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How New Year is celebrated across the world?

Jan 5, 2017
Gregorian calendar has attained validity across the globe and according to this calendar; almost all the countries of the world celebrate New Year at an interval of 364/365 days on 1st of January every year. There are different beliefs and methods with regard to celebration of New Year in different countries.

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Why India is Unique Country in the World?

Dec 23, 2016
Currently India has 29 states and 7 union territories. Each state & UTs have their own language, clothing, cuisine and look. India is tagged as the mother of so many inventions like algebra, number zero, shampoo, chess, value of pi and diamond mining. India has nearly 90,000 types of animals including over 350 mammals, 1,200 bird species and 50,000 plant species.

Karun Nair: 11 Facts about India's Youngest Second Triple Centurion in Test

Dec 20, 2016
Rajasthan born right handed batsman Karun Nair made 303 runs in test match against England and became only second Indian who scored a triple hundred in tests after the legendary Virender Sehwag. Nair is the youngest Indian test cricketer who hit a triple hundred. This young talent has played 3 test matches, 2 one days and 64 T20 matches for India.

List of Triple Centuries in Test Cricket: Latest GK 2016

Dec 19, 2016
In Test cricket triple centuries scored on 30 occasions by 26 different batsmen from eight of the ten Test-cricket playing nations. No player from Bangladesh or Zimbabwe has ever scored 300. In this article name of all the players who scored the triple century is given.

What is GDP and how it calculate India’s Income

Dec 17, 2016
An Overview of the GDP of a nation is crucial in understanding the economy of that nation. But, do you know how GDP is defined and how can it be an insight to the Economy of a nation? GDP stands for Gross Domestic Product which helps to calculate the aggregate production; hence it works as economic indicator as well.

Five interesting facts on the Roald Amundsen’s first South Pole expedition

Dec 14, 2016
By the end of the 18th century, the scientific revolution had given way to the "Age of Reflection" that resulted discoveries and expeditions. It was Roald Amundsen; a Norwegian explorer who reaches the geographic South Pole and became first man on the South Pole.

Roemer’s Determination of Speed of Light

Dec 7, 2016
Do you know that in 1676, the first successful measurement or determination of speed of light was made by Olaus Roemer and became the first person to prove that light travels at a finite speed? His method was based on observations of the eclipses of the moons of Jupiter.

7 Landmark Court Cases that changed Indian Laws

Dec 1, 2016
To cope up with the changing nature of the society, Indian Constitution also goes through a transformation. In our country, there are some cases that have created a landmark and helped in generating new laws. Due to which not only Constitution is amended, but also change the view & opinion of the people. This article deals with 7 cases of court that paved the way to change the laws in India.

What is Cyber Crime and how it is increasing day by day

Nov 18, 2016
Cyber Crime is an unlawful act where the computer is used as a tool or target or both. These days Cyber Crime is a fast-growing area of crime. Apart from other countries in India also the rate of incidence of cyber crime is increasing day by day. Main focus in this article is what cyber crime is, how it is increasing, types of cyber crime, cyber laws, and what all measures are taken by the government to curb it etc.

5 most polluting countries in the world affected by smog

Nov 16, 2016
To ensure happy and healthy life it is necessary to live in the cleanest countries of the world which are free from pollution or at least non-polluted. As, the polluted air contains very small particles like dust, dirt, smoke, pollen etc. which can be inhaled easily and cause severe respiratory or chronic diseases and also difficulty in breathing. In this article we will see the top 5 polluting countries of the world and what all measures they are taking to curb the smog pollution.

5 Reasons How Debit Card can lead you to Fraud Transaction

Nov 11, 2016
As we all know, Fraud cases are increasing day by day via internet banking or we can say it as cyber crime which is done by means of computer or internet. Through this article I am making you aware that while using debit card make sure that you will follow these 5 safe measures to keep your account from getting hacked.

Donald Trump: From Billionaire Real Estate Mogul to 45th President of USA

Nov 11, 2016
Donald John Trump will be the 45th president of USA. At the age of 70, Trump will be the oldest person to assume the US presidency. During his career, Trump has built office towers, hotels, casinos, golf courses, and other branded facilities worldwide. Teetotaler trump is the owner of net wealth closer to $4 billion.

Rs of 500 and 1000 Note Ban: Is this the first time in Indian History?

Nov 9, 2016
PM Modi’s announcement regarding the ban on Rs 500 and 1000 Notes has come as a surprise for all of us. But, this is not the first time that the Indian government has taken such a bold step to tackle the menace of black money. We list down the earlier instance, when the government has demonetized high-value currency.

5 Scientists from Ancient India

Nov 3, 2016
You will be surprised to know that a lot of scientific knowledge was evolved in ancient India, so many years ago. During this period Science and Mathematics were highly developed and Ancient Indians had contributed immensely. Ayurveda is the indigenous system of medicine that was developed in Ancient Period. Even the science of Yoga was also developed as an allied science of Ayurveda. In this article we will see the contributions of some scientists of ancient India.

Haryana Day 2016|Haryana Swarna Utsav - Facts at a Glance

Nov 1, 2016
Haryana is situated in North India which is one of the 29 states in India. On 1st November 1966 it was carved out of the former state of East Punjab on linguistic basis. Haryana is celebrating 50 years of statehood on 1st November 2016. The State Government is organising a daylong event in Gurugram which will also be attended by Prime Minister Narender Modi. Some highlights of the event as well as about Haryana are mentioned in this article.

Interesting Facts about Supreme Court of India

Nov 1, 2016
Supreme Court is the apex court in India which came into existence on 26th January, 1950 and is located on Tilak Marg, New Delhi. It is a Constitutional body which is laid down in Part V of the Chapter V of the Constitution of India from Articles 124 to 147. It consists of Chief justice of India and 30 other Judges designated by the President of India and the retirement age of Supreme Court Judges is 65 years. Here are some interesting facts related to Supreme Court of India.

Amazing facts on “Achievements of India”

Oct 28, 2016
Earlier Indian was famous as the leader of spiritualism in the whole world but now India is going to be the leader of the business as well. The size of Indian economy (in terms of GDP Nominal) is $3444 billion which make it the 6th largest economy of the world. It’s amazing to know that NASA has 36% scientists from India.

Top 10 most intelligent people on Earth

Oct 25, 2016
Without geniuses History can’t be created. Persons like Newton, Thomas Elwa Edison, Leonardo da Vinci, Galileo Galilei etc are still alive due to their methods, ideas and formulas. There are also people who have gained fame and achieved in small age with their mind-boggling IQ levels. Here are 10 most intelligent people on earth those who have created history.

15 amazing Science facts that will blow your mind!

Oct 24, 2016
Sometimes we stuck into various thoughts and different ways of thinking and need to blow our mind to think outside the box. These 15 amazing facts about science will make you think that science is not only we read in books but more than that which really fascinates you.

Why Uniform Civil Code is necessary for India?

Oct 21, 2016
Uniform Civil Code is defined in our Constitution under Article 44 which states that it is the duty of the state to secure for the citizens a Uniform Civil Code throughout the territory of India. As, Uniform Civil Code would put in place a set of laws to govern personal matters of all citizens irrespective of religion is perhaps the need of the hour and ensuring that their fundamental and Constitutional rights are protected.
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