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Hardik Pandya Reveals

Hardik Pandya, the Indian cricketer, who has taken giant leaps from being an IPL cricketer to making his Test debut in Galle, has come a really long way. Battling several financial difficulties at home, he and his brother Krunal have established himself among the talents

7 Cool Websites We Are All Crushing On

With the growth and popularity of Facebook in the recent years, many startups got a tremendous boost as well. These websites and pages provide us with the latest news, gossips, humour, advice and light reading that we all look forward to in our leisure times

The lesser known story of Narayana Murthy

  Nagavara Ramarao Narayana Murthy, more popularly known as Narayana Murthy, is the co-founder of Infosys, a multinational corporation that provides services pertaining to technology, engineering, consulting and outsourcing. Narayana Murthy was not born with a silver spoon in his mouth; in fact, he had

Is Greg Chappell Back ?

“Ravi Shastri is behaving like Greg Chappell”. I have heard people saying this since the news about Ravi Shastri asking to replace Zaheer Khan with Bharat Arun as the Bowling Coach.” Since the prestigious Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) had appointed Ravi Shastri as the Coach

Facts Behind The Indian Dance Forms

Dance is a of the form of art which has consequently selected postures and sequences of human movement. This movements have certain aesthetic values along with symbolic values. Dance forms are categorized on the basis of choreography. It has been accepted as one the many

RBI to Launch New Notes Soon

After  the RBI board meeting happened in the month of march, the central bank decided to launch new notes! Yes, the government will be launching new notes very soon. In fact the printing of those notes will start after the month of June.   According

The Next Era Of Indian Cricket Team

Once the ‘Great Wall of Indian Cricket’, Sir Rahul ‘Jammy’ Dravid said about Young Indian players – “My advice to young players is that, they also should take the Ranji Trophy very, very seriously, because I think without playing consistently successful domestic cricket, it is

10 Incredible Facts About Jagannath Temple, Puri

The name of Puri certainly has a high recall value across the world for being the land of Lord Jagannath which is famous for its annual Rath Yatra. Being one of the four great ‘Char Dham’  pilgrimage sites, the Jagannath Temple, Puri, is an important Hindu

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

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

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

Vedika Breaks Another National Record

Maharashtra girl, Vedika Amin smashed yet another national record on day 3 of 33rd Glenmark Sub Junior Aquatic Championships. With a timing of 37.40 sec, Vedika broke the record of Monique Gandhi set in 2010. Kareena Shankta also from Maharashtra won silver clocking 38.31 sec.

Letters of a Biddy

Dear Homo Sapiens, We meet every day but still, we are far from each other. As far I know HUMANS are the best creations of GOD. I have seen you all from very close but could not dive into your emotions. Being the cleverest of

Nostalgia Of Kolkata: The Indian Coffee House

Staircases with the graphic art walls full of posters and slogans, hefty wooden doors that have passed the test of time and a smoke trapped rendezvous of gala cacophony give way to the brew of nostalgia. 15, Bankim Chatterjee Street, Kolkata-73 –is the official and

Music Education In India

In today’s age, music has occupied a big part of our life. Every person we know is fond of music. But did we ever think that music can be a subject to study? Music education has been in low light because of the lack of

Dear Everyone

Dear people of Indian society, Enemies of peace, propagators of depression and anxiety. You are manipulator, murderer, killer. You kill our dreams year after year. No, really, don’t you feel the slightest bit of shame? Expecting medals in the Olympic game! When you yourself are