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The Unlikely Fashion Phenom

The Unlikely Fashion Phenom

In the heart of Uttar Pradesh, in a small village called Baranwa, a star was born—not in the sky, but on the vibrant feeds of social media. Nancy Tyagi, a name now synonymous with self-made success and sartorial brilliance, began her journey with dreams as vast as the fields that surrounded her childhood home. Nancy,…

From Freedom to Religion

From Freedom to Religion

Vinayak Damodar Savarkar was born on May 28, 1883, in Bhagur, near Nashik, in Maharashtra. He was a nationally renowned politician and activist, and also a powerful writer. He was also a valiant freedom fighter in his early days. He is known for his extreme rightist views and also for his contribution to India’s freedom…

Fire in Delhi’s Childcare Centres  

Fire in Delhi’s Childcare Centres  

Over the past two years, Delhi has recorded 66 incidents of hospital fires, with 30 occurring in 2022 and 36 in the preceding year, as reported by the Times of India. The most recent conflagration on May 25th resulted in the tragic deaths of seven infants at a private neonatal hospital in East Delhi’s Vivek…

Goa is a State of Mind

Goa is a State of Mind

On 30th May 1987, Goa, situated on the south-western coast of India, was granted statehood, which made Goa the 25th state of India. Goa holds the title of India’s smallest state in terms of area. Goa is a state with only two districts -North Goa and South Goa. Its capital is Panaji and Vasco de…

Grains of Concern: The declining nutrients in our daily food 

Grains of Concern: The declining nutrients in our daily food 

We consume pulses for our nutritional intake, yet the question arises: do pulses truly offer adequate nutrition? This concern extends beyond pulses to wheat, rice, fruits, vegetables, and even millet, often hailed as a superfood. Alarmingly, the nutritional content of these staples has declined. It’s commonly assumed that a diet of ‘healthy foods’ will ensure…

Caring for the Silver Generation

Caring for the Silver Generation

The most populous country on the planet, India, is home to more than 1.4 billion people. Recently, India has witnessed a sudden change in its demographic. More and more people are crossing the age of 60 every day, and the elderly population is rapidly growing. According to the ‘Senior Care Reforms in India’ report of…

The Dirty Path to Well-Being 

The Dirty Path to Well-Being 

“Don’t get dirty!” used to be something parents said a lot, feeling upset when they saw their kids get their nice clothes dirty. It didn’t matter if the kids were running around in fields, climbing trees, or catching little frogs; their clothes would always get dirty by the end of the day. Nowadays, many parents…

The Fizz on Energy Drinks

The Fizz on Energy Drinks

In a world that never sleeps, energy drinks have become the go-to solution for millions seeking a quick energy boost. But beneath the allure of instant vitality and heightened alertness lies a question of safety. Are these vibrant cans a harmless pick-me-up or a health hazard in disguise? Energy drinks have surged in popularity, with…

The Wide World of Maritime Jobs: Your Exciting Career Awaits at Sea

The Wide World of Maritime Jobs: Your Exciting Career Awaits at Sea

The maritime industry offers a wide range of well-paying and adventure-filled careers aboard ships and at sea. From cruise liners to cargo carriers, tankers to tugboats, maritime jobs enable you to see the world while gaining excellent technical skills, job stability, and rapid career advancement. Why Choose a Maritime Career? Maritime careers offer adventurous professionals…

‘No One Can Pressurise You Today’: Aircel Founder 

‘No One Can Pressurise You Today’: Aircel Founder 

In the twilight of the 20th century, 1999 marked a digital dawn in India with the advent of mobile phones. State-owned enterprises like BSNL (Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited) and MTNL (Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited) began their services in the domestic sphere. At the same time, private sector giants like Reliance ventured into the mobile service…