Your Rights. My Rights. Our Rights.
The world celebrated Human Rights Day yesterday. It is an important day by all accounts, for it recognizes the essential need to treat all human beings the same. In a world being torn asunder increasingly by strife, conflict, war, discrimination, this day serves as a timely reminder to look at human beings with the same lens of dignity and respect. As is stated in Article 1 of Universal Declaration of Human Rights – All human beings are born free and…
The Constitution of India is the fundamental document which runs as the essense of the Indian nation state. Called Bharat Ka Samvidhaan in Hindi, it is the supreme law of India. An understanding of the Constitution is imperative if you are to understand the framework which governs Indian polity, economy…

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Mnemonics – this rather tricky to pronounce word contains the key to unlocking memory strengths. Have you heard of this word? Do you know some interesting mnemonics? What? You have no idea what mnemonics are? Well, you most certainly do. Let’s tell you how! Mnemonics are one of the most…

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A child is a naturally curious being. They go around the world in wonder, apprehending things, forming ideas, giving names, and even interacting with the environment without fear. It won’t be wrong to say that childhood is a journey brimming with creativity and curiosity! The faculties, skills, conditioning and thoughts…

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        ‘I am proud of being an Indian. I am part of the indivisible unity that is Indian nationality.’ Born on November 11, 1888, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad was the first Education Minister of India. He was a visionary personality who served to lay down the foundations…

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