Why Celebrities Run Away From India To Get Married Abroad?

Bollywood celebrities are always the talk of the town. Anything they wear becomes a fashion trend. Their statements make the headlines. And people are always fascinated by their elite lifestyle. It’s almost like people worship Bollywood celebrities in India. So much so that they love to keep track of their daily activities via social media. […]

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How To Beat Indoor Pollution This Diwali?

Diwali is the brightest Indian festival which is celebrated in every state with equal fun, excitement, and craziness. Before Diwali, the whole house is cleaned properly – some go for a new painting, wall stickers, decals, furniture set, etc. What about the polluted air that is still not clean? The air cannot be seen and […]

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How Important Is Mental Health?

Have you ever felt like having everything and yet feeling empty? This could be a possible sign of the disturbed state of mind. So, to begin with, let’s first know what mental health is. 10th October – It’s World Mental Health day today. Mental health refers to one’s psychological, behavioral, and emotional well-being. Mental health is […]

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Fun Facts To Know About Smile This World Smile Day

World Smile Day – the name itself brings a nice curve on your lips! Yes, there is a day when the world celebrates smile or laughter. A smile is the best human expression and there is hardly anyone in this world who looks odd while smiling. World Smile Day falls on the first Friday in […]

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5 Indian Movies Based On Gandhi

2nd October is an important date in Indian calendars. It is marked in red which signifies the fact it is a National Holiday. Why? Because it is the birthday of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, also known as Mahatma Gandhi. It was Rabindranath Tagore who gave this name Mahatma to him. His plan of action to gain […]

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10 Staggering Facts about World Population You Must Know

11th July is celebrated as World Population Day every year to raise awareness about global population challenges. The Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme enunciated this event in 1989. It was motivated by the public interest in Five Billion Day on July 11, 1987 – the approximate date on which the world’s population […]

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How Easily You Can Say NO to Plastic!

Beat Plastic Pollution – this is the theme of this year’s World Environment Day and India is the host country. Plastic pollution is the massive accumulation of plastic products that have an adverse effect on each and every component of the environment. From trees to human beings, wild animals to small insects – all are […]

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10 Ways to Take Care of the Environment and Make a Difference

Can there be anything more shocking and painful than seeing your entire planet drying up right in front of your eyes? We believe not. The irresponsible human acts, such as over-consumption of natural resources, deforestation, and production of the chemical waste burdens the environment and has a harmful impact on human lives as well. Every […]

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Tale of a Para-athlete Mother

This is a story of a strong woman and an amazing mother who fought with her physical deformity to emerge victorious against all odds. Suvarna Raj aged 34 years, is an inspiration for all. She is an international Para-athlete, a social worker, an activist for the specially-abled people and an accessibility counsellor. The proud mother […]

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Opening the magic box of GST Bill for divulging its pros and cons

Author: Arun Raghav GST or the Goods and Services Tax is a proposed system of indirect taxation in India which is brought to dissolve all other existing taxes into a single common taxation system for the whole country. This terminology gained much importance and public attention after the emergence of NDA (National Democratic Alliance) government […]

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The Evolving Indian Goddesses

Author: Jatin Chanana She is revered in confined temples and beaten behind the closed doors. Her voice is louder than anything but not audible to deaf ears. She is tagged with various fancy and phony adjectives and taken as a subject of scorn when transformed into a rebel. She is evolving Indian Goddesses, a seasonal […]

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