Author: Shubham Somkuwar


Shubham Somkuwar was born in 1996 in the orange city of Nagpur, Maharashtra. He considers his faith and family to be the most important to him. He has a degree in Business Administration which he aspired for after dropping out of engineering and now pursues a degree in post-graduation in English literature. He is a business aspirant for the stability of mental health and has been through a psychological disruption after being diagnosed with Schizophrenia a couple of years ago. He has witnessed his recovery by attending a paper with a pen and plans to take it ahead in life.

NASA reveals a 50-year-old moon sample

Good things are said to come to those who wait. In early February, NASA began tapping into one of the few unopened Apollo-era lunar samples to learn more about the Moon. And prepare for a return to the surface, believing that 50 years is the proper amount of time. When the United States led the world to the Moon’s surface during the Apollo mission, it was the zenith of human space exploration. The missions were so ground-breaking that they continue to provide useful information about the lunar surface. The Apollo missions to the Moon returned 2,196 rock samples to Earth.…

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Congressmen get "overconfident", intend to meet with the governor before the results

The counting began at 8 a.m. today in Goa, following a single-phase of voting. Early indications suggested that the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) was leading by 7 seats in the 40-seat Goa assembly, outnumbering the Indian National Congress (INC) party, which had 3 seats, the Trinamool Congress (TMC), the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), and others. In the 2022 elections for the Goa State Legislative Assembly, about 11 lakh individuals will be eligible to vote. There are 9,590 disabled people, 2,997 senior citizens, 41 sex workers, and nine transgender people among them. Congressmen have reportedly tried to sneak in the governor’s…

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AAP leading the vote count in Punjab

The counting of votes in the State Assembly elections started at 8 am on March 10, 2022, and has been a stressful situation among the parties and candidates. A total of 1,304 candidates including 93 women and two transgenders lined up for the election. The first round of counting in Punjab has seen Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) with chief ministerial candidate Bhagwant Mann overtake Indian National Congress (INC), Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), and others in the State Assembly Elections of 2022 by 14 votes. The state recorded a voter turnout of 71.95…

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