India’s all-rounder Deepti Sharma was recently felicitated by the West Bengal Government’s Department of Youth Services and Sports for her performance in…
The world is now following what Indians are practicing for ages. A common way of greeting people in India, Namaste has been derived from two Sanskrit words- Nama, meaning bow and te, meaning you.
In the report “Best Countries for raising Kids,” India ranks 59th. Moreover, a report released by Indian Railway states that around 16,457 children were rescued from trains and railway stations from across the country in 2019.
Internet was made to make our lives easier and it has succeeded in its mission. But with every passing day, and with every new invention, with every new source code for a program, Internet is taking over our lives.
To show the diversity of the country, Aarsha Mukherji did something that would eventually make her viral over YouTube and other social media sites, she sung in 22 languages!
A GHI score has been calculated for all the countries on the basis of the proportion of a country’s child population that is undernourished, share of children under five years of age who have insufficient weight for their height or whose height is not commensurate to their age, and the mortality rate of children of under five years of age.
In a diverse country like India, the officials say, the same parameters cannot be used for measuring the stunted growth as anthropology differs for children from state to state.
“Cater to the existing consumer and simultaneously figure out how to please potential users. Do not mess up what’s unique about you and your content.” – Tinaz Nooshian
“We never went back to RS Pura, even though my Nana always expected to return to his home. In fact, he didn’t even bother to carry any of his belongings with him when he left.” Shakuntala Gupta
The official data shows that every year approximately 1, 22,844 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer and 67,477 died from the disease.
The study conducted by two travel bloggers, Asher and Lyric Fergusson, found South Africa as the most dangerous place for solo women travellers.
Introduced in the year 2016, ‘Police Didi’ campaign aims to reduce the number of crimes that happen online.