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Vaccines for Covid-19

Novel coronavirus, which emerged from Wuhan city, China, in 2019 (thus called Covid-19), caused havoc worldwide. It is a new virus, and nothing was known about it when it outbroke in various countries. However, in record time, research was conducted, which came up with some valuable measures to control the spread of the virus. Wearing […]

Sari Weaving in India

Nowadays, modern clothes have flooded the Indian market, and people often shy away from traditional garments. Though traditional clothes differ from state to state, one of the clothes remains almost synonymous with Indian culture and tradition, the handloom sari. Despite the machine-made garments that are easy and cheap, the traditional sari is still favoured and […]

The Meme coin that Elon wants to take to the moon.

The Beginning. Dogecoin created as a joke based on a popular meme featuring a Shiba Inu (a Japanese breed of dog). By IBM software engineer Billy Markus from Portland and Adobe software engineer Jackson Palmer, who set out to create a digital currency that could reach a broader demographic than Bitcoin. It is an open-source, […]

MENTAL HEALTH IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

It is time to face the truth: Covid is affecting our mental health. The crisis is having an adverse effect not only on our daily life but also on our mental health. At times, conditions might aggravate, and the individual must seek a physician’s help. This is no time to shy away or to hide […]

Exercise and Covid-19

Exercise plays an essential role in maintaining a healthy and hygienic lifestyle. Exercise has also been known to boost our immunity and keep diseases away. Now, new research has found out that exercise can make Covid-19 infection less severe. However, it doesn’t guarantee you that you won’t get affected by Covid-19, nor does it says […]

Indian Traditional Dance Forms

It’s international dance day today, 29th April! Dance has always been a passion for many to wipe out stress, feel relaxed, show creativity, entertainment or recreation, and exercise. India has its own age-old forms of dance in a different region that differ from each other. In fact, India may have hundreds or even thousands of […]

Assam Earthquake 2021 Analysis

On 28th April 2021, a moderately severe earthquake hit Assam and parts of north-east India. The 6.4 magnitude Earthquake had epicentre at Dhekiajuli in Sonitpur district of Assam, and the focal point was 17 metres below ground level. The epicentre is located just 80 km northeast of Guwahati, the largest city in north-east India. The […]

Mobikwik’s Data Leak

There is inconclusive evidence, but netizens and independent researchers have claimed that data of more than 100 million users of Mobikwik are on sale on a hackers forum. The leaked data contains private data like Aadhar card, credit card and mobile phone numbers linked to Mobikwik’s wallet. The claim was first made by an independent […]

ICC T20 Cricket World Cup to Shift from India

The covid-19 pandemic situation in the entire world forced ICC and cricket boards of different countries to cancel or postpone many tours and tournaments. One big tournament that was postponed was the T20 Cricket World Cup that was to be held in Australia in December 2020. Last year in August 2020, ICC confirmed that India […]

Covid-19 Vaccination Drive

Originated in Wuhan, China, in the year 2019, coronavirus Covid-19 caused havoc throughout the world, causing deaths to millions of people and severely damaging the lives of many. Covid-19 shows no signs of fading away from most countries in the world anytime soon. Thus the need of the hour is a vaccine that can protect […]

PRONING PROFITS AND PAYBACKS

The battle with Covid-19 is increasing endlessly. And you can’t do anything to save their lives once it becomes out of control. And for that, we need to be aware of the to-do list and don’t list. One of them from the to-do list is the PRONING position. What is proning?Proning is a positioning in […]

Oxygen Express Amid Rising Covid-19 Cases

The second wave of Covid-19 has hit India very hard. Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is seen in a large percentage of affected persons. SARS patients need oxygen supply for survival before their immune system becomes resistant to the disease. As a record number of SARS patients are admitted to hospitals, hospitals are facing a […]

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Coping with corona

We are once again in the same war with corona. If we look back we earthlings have already gone through many wars. We daily face wars that are within us. War of getting the first rank in schools, war of topping the college, getting into dream college and then getting the best package. Every day […]

RESISTANT TOWARDS VACCINATION-

On one side, the second wave has started waving India in a significantly worse manner. And on the other side, some people are resisting vaccination. They don’t want to get vaccination due to some reasons, in which 80% are irrelevant and rumours.Let’s watch out for the reasons below-IT CANNOT PROTECT US FROM BEING CAPTURED, SO […]

ROLE OF SCIENCES FOR PEACE AND DEVELOPMENT – TODAY AND TOMORROW

What exactly do peace and development refer to? Peace in today’s world can very well be described as a sort of abstract utopian concept longed for, ie a common goal and state of rest. This is clearly contradicted and humiliated in today’s world with the ongoing thirst and hunger for power, territory, and capital. At […]

Second Wave of Covid-19 Pandemic

Just when it seemed that Covid-19 was about to bid Goodbye from India, minor breaches in Covid-19 protocols lead to a more destructive second wave of Covid-19. Started in around the second half of March 2021, it spread rapidly in some states of India like Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Madhya Pradesh. At a time […]

Past Tense – Part 3(Symptoms)

Before you Start – Do read Part 1 and Part 2 of the story. Day 11 –After disposing of, the letter, I started my search for suspicious things. But everything was so quiet and straightforward. The staff worked like nothing ever happened. It was impossible to differentiate between who was the part of the experiment […]

Past Tense – Part 2(The Letter)

Before you Start – If you haven’t read part 1 of this story, then first go and read it – Past Tense Part 1(Experiment of Will)’ Anisha and my favourite room was the kitchen. During our teenage years, whenever we will meet, at her or my house. We would end up looking for new recipes […]

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The Cost of being Poor!

We are ending an era of consciousness that has been very destructive. Now it’s deteriorating by the plethora of means and entering into an accession process which is nothing but a global shift of consciousness into a far more heart-centred, a balance to move back into our heart centred awareness and humanity previously got disconnected […]

FOCUS ON BEING FIT?

“Health is wealth” is not a phrase but a whole lesson one should know. One should always focus on BEING FIT. In today’s scenario, we see people struggling with a severe health issue. So, what do you think? What’s the reason behind it? Simple! We are not taking our health seriously, sorry! Good health, seriously. […]

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