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Here’s a quick way to catch up with all things you may have missed – we bring you everything, from the bizarre to the beautiful! All interesting articles in a Minute’s Read!

Gujarat Cricketers prefer IPL over voting ...

Can you believe that most of the celebrated cricketers from Gujarat decided to stay away from voting in the General Elections 2019? As reported in various media publications, most cricketers from Gujarat preferred the cash-rich franchise cricket t...

Dance of Democracy

From April 11 to May 19, 2019, India will celebrate the festival of Democracy. Being the largest democratic country in the world, voters from all across the country are proudly participating in this festival. The most joyful picture was captured f...

Dilemmas of Political Inclusion and Exclus...

We are living in a world which is made of structures. Some structures are made of contents which we know as atoms and other structures that we make after becoming collective atoms i.e. the body of the self are called social structures. We, human b...

Not so Royal after all!

The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) seems to have lost its royalty as well as fire to put forth any challenge et al! At least that’s what has been apparent so far in the ongoing 12th edition of Indian Premier League (IPL). Despite being dotted w...

Law is Static

Unitedworld School of Law’s Professor Debarati Halder is all set to celebrate 20 years of her enrollment at the Bar Council. Here is what she has to say: “Couple of years ago, a veteran lawyer in Tamil Nadu mentioned that Law is never ...

India retains top spot in remittances: Wor...

India has retained its position as the world’s top recipient of remittances in 2018, global lender World Bank said in a report on Monday, according to the agency Press Trust of India. Remittances is the money sent back home by a country’s national...

Chinese villagers install over 1000 street...

A village in China has installed over a 1000 street lights along one single road of 3 kms. According to local reports, the villagers in Taojia village have put up the street lights only to “rip off” the government. Taojia village is part of the Xi...

Indians are the biggest believers of the ‘...

A survey by the World Economic Forum (WEF) of over 10,000 adults in 29 countries shows that Indians, more than any other nationality, believe it is common for someone in their country to start poor, work hard, and ultimately become rich. People in...

Light pollution a cause for concern in India

Light pollution can come in forms such as glare, light trespass and sky glow in addition to over-illumination and clutter. The damaging effects of light pollution on human and ecosystem health are being increasingly acknowledged worldwide. With ou...

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