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8 Indian Art Forms That Have Survived Generations

India is a land of rich cultural heritage and a home to a variety of art forms. Being culturally diverse and distinct, a variety of art forms have evolved over the years. Passed down from one generation to another, Indian art forms are still alive

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IIT Bombay Students Go On Indefinite Hunger Strike

On July 4, around 150 students of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay went on an indefinite relay hunger strike to protest against a hike in fees. The agitation began on July 3 (Monday), with a march on the campus. This is the second protest initiated

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GST Leading To Increase In Demand Of B.Com Grads

B.Com is considered as the entry level degree for accounting and finance related jobs. Usually, there is an oversupply of such graduates and only a few of them (around top 5-10%) find good jobs. Whereas, the rest have to go either for specialized trainings or higher

EBRP: Not a Fan Club, but an Emotion!

EBRP Football Fest: As the day unfolded Founded in the year 2006, a decade old fan club of a century old Football Club, East Bengal the Real Power or EBRP as it is abbreviated, is more than just a fan club. They started their journey

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Rahane Equals Tendulkar’s Record

Ajinkya Rahane continued his rich form with yet another half-century in ODIs. Rahane is making the most of the opportunity at the top of the order and has so far scored fifty-plus scores in all the four ODIs against West Indies in the ongoing five-match

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School Days

From being that noisy nursery student to the matured PCM student,  school life has always been full of joy. Do you remember, when you had entered your school premises for the very first time,holding your parents hands tightly, how much tensed you were then? You

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Pakistan To Ban Tehreek-E-Azadi, Jammu and Kashmir (TAJK)?

Pakistan to ban the terrorist group Tehreek-e-Azadi, Jammu and Kashmir (TAJK) after India raised the  issue at the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). India claims that TAJK is the front of the 26/11 mastermind Hafeez Saeed’s  Jamaat-Ud-Dawa (JuD). According to the website of the National

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The unorthodox spin bowling: A rare art

The Art of ‘Left Arm Leg –Spin’ has been an obsolete Art in the recent years in the field of cricket. The origin of ‘Left Arm Leg –spin’ originated during the 1933 old Trafford test match between England and West Indies, a West Indian left-arm

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10 Reasons Chocolate’s Good for You

You read that right! The smooth, sweet, irresistible guilty pleasure can be part of a healthy diet! There’s a reason that chocolate inspires gotta-have-it cravings for so many of us, perhaps more than any other food. It’s good for you. Researchers have found that Phytochemicals

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3 Reasons You should Watch MOM-The film.

Sridevi, who marked her return to Bollywood with the critically acclaimed 2012 film ‘English Vinglish’, is all set to rule the silver screen once again. This time around, the star will be seen in the thriller title ‘Mom’. The film written and directed by Ravi

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Anti Hunger Activist wins Queens Young Leaders Award.

Anti-hunger activist Ankit Kawatra got selected for prestigious Queen’s Young Leaders Award with 60 others from all 53 Commonwealth countries. He will be honored by Queen Elizabeth II at a ceremony to be held in the Buckingham Palace, United Kingdom. Queen’s young leaders award celebrates

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What is GST ? Its impact on India

At the stroke of midnight, as the world slept, India woke up to one of the biggest tax reforms since Independence. The new GST tax regime is expected to transform India into one single market. “Today at midnight, we will decide India’s future course,” Prime