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World Environment Day

World Environment Day

Environment day is celebrated worldwide on 5th June consistently every year and one theme is selected for every environment day. Environment means Plantation and to save Trees, Water and Energy Conservation, To Control Pollution, To Stop use of Plastic and Cleanliness. The Environment Day was first celebrated in 1974 in U.S. and later became recognized … Read More

Tarot Numerology Predictions for this Week | 27th- 2nd June, 2019

Manish Mallviya ,Predictions Celebrities Numerologist,Tarot Reader

Tarot Numerology Predictions for this Week | 27th- 2nd June, 2019

01,10,19,28 who have a birthday …There can be some problem in work with the lack of money, there is a problem in the job, if you try to get out of such negative thinking like nothing will happen, then you will get a good result. It is not a time to be passionate and soft in the relationship even … Read More

Clean India Mission prioritises behavioural change

K V Venkatasubramanian

Till three years ago, millions of people across India, mostly the rural population and many in urban regions, were nonchalant about performing their early morning rituals, particularly relieving themselves anywhere out in the open. They were unconcerned about hygiene, and diseases that could afflict them. Parents were exposing their children to grave… Read More

India leap to High-Speed Corridor for Holistic Progress

G.Srinivasan

As India will commemorate its diamond jubilee in 2022 to mark its 75 years of Independence, the NDA government has pulled up the socks to ensure that a decade-long dream of having the first bullet train in India realized. The first step in this direction is taken on September 14 in Gandhinagar, Gujarat when the visiting Japanese Prime Minister Mr. Shinzo Abe and… Read More

Hindi beyond Official Language status

Priyadarshi Dutta

September 14 is observed as the Hindi Day. It was on this date in 1949 that the Constituent Assembly adopted Hindi in Devanagari script as the official language of the Indian union after a long and animated debate. Part XVII of the Constitution comprising Articles 343 to 351 deals with the subject. The Article 343 (1) declares the official language of the Union… Read More

Patel: Life, Message and His Eternal Relevance

Guru Prakash

“Work is worship but laughter is life. Anyone who takes life too seriously must prepare himself for a miserable existence. Anyone who greets joys and sorrows with equal facility can really get the best of life.”

This statement can easily be mistaken as a thoughtful musing of a spiritual saint who has renounced the world, and has dedicated his life to a greater … Read More

Sardar Patel – Man who United India

Aaditya Tiwari

Sir  John  Strachey, a British Indian civil servant used to address his civil servants-in-training by saying, “The first and most important thing to learn about India is that there is not and never was an India.” Historian David Ludden in his book Contesting the Nation: Religion, Community, and the Politics of Democracy in India writes ‘the… Read More

Sardar Patel’s Economic Ideas

Puja Mehra

Sardar Patel dominated Indian politics from 1917 to 1950. First, he was at the forefront of the freedom struggle. Then, after Independence in 1947, as Deputy Prime Minister, he held the crucial portfolios of Home, States and Information and Broadcasting. The ‘Iron Man’ and a founder of modern India, he restructured the Indian bureaucracy after the transfer… Read More

Rashtriya Ekta Diwas, 2017 to celebrate Sardar Patel Birth Anniversary

Deepak Razdan

Iron Man of India’s freedom struggle, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, lent his steely strength to India’s consolidation after Independence, in full measure. A new nation was born. The challenge of protecting its unity was evident. With amazing skill, the Sardar accomplished the task, and became Architect of the Unified India. On 31st October, therefore, the … Read More

Dedicated soul: Sister Nivedita, an inspiration to today’s India

Archana Datta Mukhopadhyay

“I doubt whether any Indian loved India the way Nivedita loved her”, said Bipin Chandra Pal, the great freedom fighter. Tagore called her the “Lok Mata’, for her self-sacrificing services to India. Miss Margaret Elizabeth Noble, was rechristened as Nivedita, “the dedicated” by Swami Vivekananda.

Inspired by Swamiji’s fervent call for upliftment… Read More

Ro-Ro Ferry Service & Its Impact on Transportation and Logistics

Amitabh Kant

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s launch of the first of its kind, state of the art Ro-Ro Ghogha-Dahej and subsequently Hazira project (in phase-2) marks the beginning of a radical transformation of the transportation and logistics sector in India. The logistic costs in India are extremely high and tapping the full potential of waterways will provide a huge … Read More