The new DUTA leadership has to take a pledge before the voters to not belie their hope and not breach their trust writes, Nachiketa Singh

If the leadership fails to deliver this time, then the day 26/11 will be once again sadly remembered as a black day in the history of DUTA, worse than what happened to Mumbai on the same day in 2008. Continue reading The new DUTA leadership has to take a pledge before the voters to not belie their hope and not breach their trust writes, Nachiketa Singh

Nawab Wajid Ali Shah’s private zoo : An extravaganza

In his new ‘capital’, the beautiful township of Metiyaburj lovingly referred to as Chota Lucknow, Wajid Ali Shah sustained his incredible collection of rare animals. It gradually went on to be one of the finest zoological gardens in the world. For the residents of Calcutta as well as the painters and visitors from abroad, the menagerie was like a mesmerizing dreamland. Continue reading Nawab Wajid Ali Shah’s private zoo : An extravaganza

Kushal Garg from Delhi Government school student creates history by getting 700 marks out of 720 in NEET 2021

Kushal’s father is a matriculate (10th pass) and works as a Carpenter and mother is housewife being Senior Secondary (12th) passed as Sisodia mentions in his tweet. Continue reading Kushal Garg from Delhi Government school student creates history by getting 700 marks out of 720 in NEET 2021

Syadvada: The theory of conditioned prediction forming one of the pillars of Jainism’s seven-valued logic

Syadvada is the theory of conditioned prediction whose first part is derived from the Sanskrit word syat meaning “perhaps”. This theory along with six others forms the basis of the seven-valued logic system of Jainism. Continue reading Syadvada: The theory of conditioned prediction forming one of the pillars of Jainism’s seven-valued logic