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What will be the impact of AIMIM's entry in the politics of UP?

the Bhagidari Sankalp Morcha consists of small parties doing politics of different caste particulars. With the arrival of Asaduddin Owaisi on this front, the possibility of a breach in the Muslim vote bank has also increased. Asaduddin Owaisi has announced that his party will contest 100 assembly seats in Uttar Pradesh.

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Don’t Lose Hope If You Lost Job During Covid, Here Are Earning Options For You

When we lose a job or employment, it becomes tough to make both ends meet and maintain family, especially in a pandemic situation. In this article, we will discuss a few earning options for you.

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How safe are you after the vaccine?

Addressing a press conference, ICMR Director General Balram Bhargava said that vaccines reduce the risk of infection and prevent death and severe infection.

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Explained: How and why oxygen therapy is important

Huge demand for oxygen has underlined its importance in Covid-19 management. What happens in the body that leads to some patients needing oxygen therapy? What is the protocol for such therapy?

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‘Is Tagore an outsider in UP? For Tamil Nadu, is Subhash Chandra Bose an outsider? Everyone knows (our) CM will be from here… people have decided’: Amit Shah

As he criss-crossed Kolkata, Tehatta, Krishnanagar, Barrackpore and Khardaha in rallies and roadshows on Friday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah spoke to The Sunday Express in the final burst of a high-octane campaign where the stakes for his party and incumbent TMC couldn’t have been higher.

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Vivek: a comedy icon who promoted critical thinking and social change

Vivek suffered a cardiac arrest on Friday, following which he was rushed to a private hospital in Chennai

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Here is the reason why the CBSE class 12 exam was not canceled? Latest updates students should know

I am glad that the exams have been cancelled/postponed. This is a great relief for lakhs of students and their parents, Kejriwal tweeted

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Why the Indo-Pacific has assumed significance for Germany and its European partners after the pandemic

These three Asias are increasingly at loggerheads. Geopolitical rivalries threaten free trade. The fight against the pandemic is mutating into a systemic competition between democracy and authoritarianism.

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Shubh Muhurat for Holi And Holika Dahan: Date, Timings

Holi festivities begin with Holika Dahan on the previous night (Phalguna Purnima Tithi). Read on

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Kavya Chopra becomes the first female to score 100 percent: JEE Main 2021

Kavya's mother Shikha Chopra told that Kavya was good at maths and loves computers. “If she clears JEE Advanced, she might opt for computer science engineering from IIT-Bombay," said Chopra.

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Mullaperiyar Dam, the oldest Indian dam: know what went wrong

Situated on the Periyar river, Kerala, the oldest Indian dam, Mullaperiyar dam is back in the limelight. On Friday, the Supreme Court granted the liberty to serve on the Standing Counsel for the State of Kerala notice, in a plea filed seeking termination of lease deed between the States of Kerala and Tamil Nadu in relation to Mullaperiyar dam.

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The story of two Patna's: Divided by distance, united by love

The state of Bihar is celebrating its 109th foundation day. Every year, on March 22, Bihar Diwas is observed with much fanfare to commemorate the historic day when the state was carved out from Bengal Presidency in 1912.

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India now comes in the top 20 happiest countries in the world

Due to the distressing events in 2020, the Happiness Report in 2021 looked at the negative and positive effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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200 million doses of Sputnik V Covid vaccine

Stelis is the fourth Indian company to partner with RDIF for Sputnik V and will be the third manufacturer of the Russian vaccine here.

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World's highest, tallest, largest: some new entrants from India

India is a glorious land, the land where civilizations were born, where talent flourished, the land that the World follows and looks up to.

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Tracing the incredible journey of a Karnal girl: Kalpana Chawla

Kalpana was born on 17th March 1962 in Karnal, Haryana. She came from a place where education was a luxury for girls at that time.

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Mumbai Local Train is Planning to Reduce/Extend Timings For General Public?

Travel by local trains, a lifeline for millions of people living in Mumbai and surrounding satellite towns, was severely restricted after the coronavirus outbreak in March 2020

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Lockdown is not the right strategy at this stage! - Expert

From what we are observing, it does appear to be a second wave. That is not an incorrect description. The magnitude and speed of the rise in new cases is in fact comparable to the first wave.

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Digital response to COVID-19: Aarogya Setu

With more than 170 million downloads so far, Aarogya Setu App has become the most successful digital response, aiding social distancing in the fight against this pandemic

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi : A movement that made both Salt & Indians 'Self Reliant' a century ago

Breaking the shackles of slavery and shaking off the yoke of British colonial domination, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi chose namak satyagraha to start the civil disobedience movement. Salt Satyagraha or Dandi March was initiated against the salt tax that was imposed by the British Government in India.

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उड़ीसा में जंगल जल रहा है, कोई बात क्यों नहीं करता?

सिमलीपाल फॉरेस्ट रेंज का वन थर्ड भाग, 21 में से 8 रेंजस जलकर राख हो चुके हैं, लेकिन क्या आपने ये स्टोरी कहीं सुनी या देखी. जी नहीं. क्योंकि क्या ही फर्क पड़ता है.

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CISF Raising Day: All you need to know

CISF Raising Day is celebrated every year on March 10 in India. CISF or Central Industrial Security Forces was instituted in the year 1969 with a motto to provide integrated protection to the Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs). Keeping into consideration the evolving demands of the dynamic nature of security, the force has been re-oriented and updated.

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Relief efforts to Migrant Workers during Covid Period: Covid in India

The government took immediate steps in the Covid period to provide relief to the migrant workers which involved setting up 20 Control Rooms all over the country and also intervening to ensure over two lakh workers were paid their due wages.

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Floriculture Industry Flourishing in India

Union Minister Hrashvardhan launched CSIR Floriculture Mission on 4 March,2021

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Indian sports women who broke the glass ceiling in Olympic Games

Indian sports has seen a massive rise in the number of its female athletes shining on the world stage. The past two decades have completely changed the Indian sports landscape and now there’s no stopping for our sportswomen.

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SC, will you marry her? "During the hearing of a rape case last week: Women's Day

The Supreme Court on Monday said it is an institution that has the “highest respect for women” while clarifying its “Will you marry her?” remark during the hearing of a rape case last week.

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In the Cup Of Elections, E. Sreedharan is Looking Similar to LK Advani

It is Sreedharan who had already projected himself as BJP's chief ministerial face even before the BJP leaders' official statements came out

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Women's Day 2021: Some security tips for your Facebook and Instagram accounts on this day

On social media platforms, harassment and safety is a major concern for women.

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Rickshaw Puller Turned Writer Who Inspired Many With His Speech In This Year’s Jaipur Lit Fest.

In his late 20s, disenchanted with the Naxalite politics that had once appealed to him for its promises of equality, when Manoranjan Byapari decided to start life afresh, the only work that he could find was that of a rickshaw puller.

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100% electrification by 2023 : Indian Green Railways

Asia's largest railway network and India's national carrier, Indian Railways, is set to move to renewable energy by 2030. In the process, it aims to achieve full electrification by 2023. This step is taken to minimise the carbon footprint by reducing the number of trains running on diesel. Hence, the entire rail network will run with electric locomotives. The transformation plan for rail has been announced by Railway Minister Piyush Goyal in his address at Maritime-India Summit 2021.

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Automobile industry continue on its early gains post-Covid 19?

The automobile sector is regaining turf lost due to the Covid-19 pandemic. But can the automobile industry capitalize on the recent gains for a longer haul tells two of our very eminent automobile experts Avik Chattopadhyay and RK Dhawan?

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Multiple Surveys Say: India Inc Set to Give Above Average Salary Hike, Bonus to Employees in 2021

“In order to reward our employees in a more timely manner for their hard work and high performance, we are moving to a quarterly promotion cycle for billable employees at the Senior Associate level and below, starting in Q2 2021,”

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Employment Big News: Know about various government job opportunities in leading organizations

‘Employment News’, a flagship weekly job journal of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. The journal brings the latest update on job vacancies, job-oriented training programs, admission notices of the premier organizations in the country.

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India aims to emerge as a leading blue economy of the world: PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated ‘Maritime India Summit 2021’ through video conferencing today. Minister of Transport of Denmark Mr. Benny Englebrecht, Chief Ministers of Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh, Union Ministers Dharmendra Pradhan and Union Minister of State (I/C) for Ports, Shipping and Watwerways, Mansukh Mandaviya, were also present on the occasion.

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New guidelines for online content: Classification on the basis of Age

To regulate the content online, the government of India has recently unveiled new guidelines for over the top (OTT) and social media platforms. The set policies are to keep an eye on web content and empower social media users.

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Code of Ethics for online news, OTT platforms, and digital media

Amidst the growing concern regarding social media abuse, the Government of India has recently released the guidelines for over-the-top (OTT) and social media platforms

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Good Show for AAP in Gujarat: Gujarat Local Body Election Results 2021 LIVE Updates: BJP Takes the Lead

Gujarat Local Body Election Results 2021 LIVE Updates: The results of local body elections in 27 districts of Gujarat, which includes 81 municipalities, 31 district panchayats and 231 talukya panchayats, will be announced today. The ruling BJP, which earlier won the polls held for six municipal corporations, is anticipating a victory in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state where assembly elections are due early next year.

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Corona virus: Auto-rickshaws and bike taxis recover faster, cabs behind

There was a time when people using e-mobility apps preferred cabs to bike taxis and autos. It seems to be the other way now, according to data available on transportation in the time of Covid.

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Nurse (P Niveda) who gave the first dose of Coronavirus vaccine to PM Narendra Modi: know about Sister P Niveda

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took the first dose of Covaxin, India’s homegrown coronavirus vaccine developed by Bharat Biotech and Indian Council of Medical Research, at All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Delhi.

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Social Media guidelines issued by the government was the need of the hour

A lot of discussions have taken place on this issue within Parliament for bringing some guidelines for Social, Digital, and OTT platforms. The Supreme Court at least twice in past has asked the government about the progress on guidelines.

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Hero of Kabul: Major Laishram Jyotin Singh

Major Laishram Jyotin Singh hailed from Manipur and was born on May 14, 1972. Singh was commissioned in the Army Medical Corps in February 2003. He was granted permanent commission in April 2007 and posted with the Indian embassy in Kabul in February 2010.

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A flight beyond international borders: migratory birds travel several miles to visit India every winter

Nor rivers, neither the gusts of winds or the borders can stop them, birds travel far and wide fluttering their wings to their heart’s accord. With the commencement of a fresh winter spell in the Indian subcontinent, the country welcomes vibrant and chirpy birds who travel several miles to reach India in the months of September-October.

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10th century Buddha Vihar discovered in Jharkhand’s Hazaribag

As per the evidence found in Hazaribagh, it appeared that the Buddhist structures were built during the Pala period, said an archaeologist with the ASI.

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‘MBA is not employable’: Academicians demand curriculum overhaul

The MBAs were once useful for the network they provided a student, but that is now available on the internet. Outdated curricula and limited emphasis on pedagogical training, especially in the tier-II management colleges is making many question the relevance of an MBA

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that I sleep about 6 hours a night - I tried less, but overall productivity declined.

Billionaire Elon Musk is the richest person in the world. As CEO of aerospace company SpaceX, electric car company Tesla and neurotechnology company Neuralink, as well as the founder of The Boring Company, which constructs tunnels, Musk has a lot to manage each day.

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Letting go of stale opinions and learning to rethink

Discover the critical art of rethinking: how questioning your opinions can position you for excellence at work and wisdom in life.

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Do you know about this biggest negligence behind road accidents in India?

Road Safety in India is distracted from mobiles. Road safety is worse to the extent of negligence. Aggressive driving is also a big reason. Which city is better? Let's see

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Non-Judgment

There’s always tomorrow. And whether the day was good or bad, there are a million effects which can arise from one event. Good and bad are affiliated. As Krishna said, "Life is a cycle of ease-misery".

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome ; Even after resting, there is continuous tiredness, so do treatment

Do you feel tired all day despite having a good sleep and healthy diet? Although tiredness is often associated with a nutritional diet, lack of physical activity, and poor lifestyle, persistent tiredness can be a type of syndrome.

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New Labor Code: Work only four days a week, three days off

Companies can get discounts like reducing the number of working days to 4 days a week and giving medical checkup facility to the employees free of cost through state insurance.