Miscellaneous

Leisure Miscellaneous

Increasing Population: Boon or Burden – Vaishnavi Musunuri

For many, an increase in population means a decrease in resources, land, and employment. But a few argue that population increase can be a boon for a country to develop its economy. This is where the concept of demographic dividend comes in. The United Nations Population fund defines Demographic Dividend as “the economic growth potential […]

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Miscellaneous Team Reflections

Teacher’s Day – Anzar Malik

“True teachers are those who help us think for ourselves.” ~ Dr SarvepalliRadhakrishnan Teachers’ Day in India is celebrated every year on September 5th to mark the birthanniversary of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. He was a former President of India,scholar, philosopher, and Bharat Ratna recipient. As an educationist, he endorsededucation and was a prominent envoy, academician, […]

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Save Environment, Save You – Yash Dahima

Imagine, you wake up one day, get ready to go to work, grab your car keys and oxygen cylinderon your back, put an enormous mask on, and leave your house. On the way, you see nochildren on the streets, no birds chirping, no dogs, no trees, no parks, no lakes, only humansand cemented buildings. Looks […]

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Eid-ul-Fitr: Sacrifice, Acceptance, Forgiveness – Megha Vyas

Eid-ul-Fitr, a symbolic occasion of embodying the spirit of praying for acceptance of the good deeds, forgiveness for the sins and relief from sacrifices made by the people, is observed during the holy month of Ramadan. It is the festival of breaking fast after a month long fasting from dawn to dusk, that is observed […]

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Books Miscellaneous

World Book Day – Gautam Gogoi

“One glance at a book, and you hear another person’s voice, perhaps someone dead for 1,000 years. To read is to voyage through time.” Carl Sagan The developed and fast-paced world of today, with all its development, technology, and prosperity, could not ever be imagined without the existence of books. Even one of the greatest […]

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Miscellaneous

What if…? – Deeksha Burugadda

Imagine a clean world that does not have war, poverty, or hunger. Fancy a universe that lives in binary- yin or yang, good or bad, black or white. There is no gray area, no room for errors or imperfections. This world in your head has a house for you, a job, pure air, freshwater, food, […]

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Miscellaneous Team Reflections

HOLI: The Day Painted in Colors – Vaibhav Pharate

Holi is well recognized as the festival of colors. The festival that demystifies the true vibrance of joy and happiness through every smiling face with a pallet of colors it carries. It is one of the most important festivals in India. However, in the era of social jargon, this festival is also celebrated in Nepal, […]

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International Women’s Day – Mohd. Ali Dashti

International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8th, is a day to celebrate women’s social, economic, and political achievements, reflect on progress, and urge gender equality. For more than a century, International Women’s Day has focused attention on issues impacting women worldwide. Today, International Women’s Day belongs to everyone who thinks that women’s rights are human […]

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MAHASHIVRATRI : CELEBRATION OF SHAKTI! – Sneha B Hosmath

Mahashivratri, “The Great Night of Shiva” is the most significant event in India’s spiritual calendar. Mahashivratri, in the month of February-March, is the most spiritually significant of the twelve Shivratris that occur in a year. This festival is celebrated throughout India and is one among the widely celebrated festivals in our country. It is said […]

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It’s Republic Day! – Mohammad Adib Aslam

  January 26th, a seed of hope was sown which emerged out as the strong stem of a united nation. It is a significant day  for the country’s political history as it is the day when the country formally adopted its constitution in 1950. It replaced the Government of India Act (1935) as the governing […]

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