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No stone left unturned for Tokyo Olympics

No stone left unturned for Tokyo Olympics

-Pullela Gopichand (Chief Coach of the Indian badminton team) The surge of confidence among India’s athletes is real as they fine-tune their preparations for the Olympic Games in Tokyo next month. The mix of immense self-belief and the nervous excitement among India’s elite sportspersons is there for all to see, …

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Catch the Rain: Where it falls, when it falls

Jal Shakti Abhiyan -2: An Amalgamation of Technological Intervention and Community Participation

– Rattan Lal Kataria  (Minister of State for Jal Shakti and Social Justice & Empowerment) As a child, the onset of monsoons brought much-needed succor from the dry and harsh summers. Playing outdoors was no less than walking on a sizzling hot clay oven – often giving blisters on feet. …

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Eminent Sikh Scholar: Singh Sahib Giani Joginder Singh Vedanti

Eminent Sikh Scholar: Singh Sahib Giani Joginder Singh Vedanti

– Kulwant Singh Ankhi (PRINCIPAL) Former Granthi(priest and Sikh scripture reader) and former Jathedar of Sri Akal Takhat Sahib, Giani Joginder Singh Vedanti had been a prominent grammarian and explicative exegete of Sri Guru Granth Sahib. He taught efficiently a large number of religious studies students. He had been a …

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Will The Pandemic Make Human Beings Better?

Will The Pandemic Make Human Beings Better?

– DEEPSHIKHA (Academician) Human beings have faced a great number of challenges like world wars, epidemics, pandemics, natural calamities, and many sorts of atrocities in the name of power, race, and religion. The human race has been able to exist and thrive post all these occurrences. The same can be …

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Protest against Farm Laws – Status and future

Protest against Farm Laws – Status and future

Dr. Pyara Lal Garg (The writer is former Registrar Baba Farid University and Social Activist) Mahan Panchayat at Jagraon was so well attended and peaceful with the tens of thousands of participants listening to the future plans of the struggle with enduring patience, that the farmers’ Unions’ leadership really got …

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The constitution of India: Bedrock of Growth and Stability

The constitution of India: Bedrock of Growth and Stability

– Om Birla (Lok Sabha Speaker) After Independence, India adopted its Constitution on 26th November, 1949, which is a historical date. Today is the 71st anniversary of this important historical event that lays the foundation of independent India. The Scholars like Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, …

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Farmers adamant, problems multiplying

Farmers adamant, problems multiplying

The indefinite agitation of farmers has started creating problems for state residents, who have no role in passing the latest Farm Acts. But ironically the agitation has failed to create even a minor problem for those, who are responsible for Farm Acts and are sitting in New Delhi. The adamancy …

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