Author: Somashekar N

Hey friends, there are many ways to reveal oneself, but the best way is by "THE WAY WE WORK / ACCOMPLISH A TASK", each of us have a purpose destined, to attain satisfaction and that's what describes our "SOCIAL IDENTITY". And most importantly regardless of our tramp in the journey the intensity of relishment post success is attributed to our "STABILITY - STEADINESS - CONFIDENCE". 🙏😇.

“Health is Wealth” is just a proverbial phrase in the jargon, but in a sad reality of maladministration it is reverse read as “Only the Wealthy can afford Health”! Without any frivolous slag, diving into the topic, there is a huge health crisis lurking beneath the social inequality in developing and underdeveloped nations like India and South Africa. Status of health infrastructure and services in India The concerns of improper health services rarely surfaced in India prior pandemic, and this is very disreputable for a vigilant nation like India to elude the ground reality by hiding the stats. The heat…

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Statues serve as historical mannequins that manifest the contemporary tradition, culture, and even notable achievements of great personalities of any particular era. The world has evolved over this fundamental principle over time. These showcase infrastructures were very relevant at one point in human civilization when there was no technology to reflect the aesthetic features of a particular civilization, and they were economically planned to avoid a splurge of resources. Mainly because most of such historical mannequins were carved monoliths rather than alloyed or metal casts, and very importantly most of them were moderately sized, (with a few gigantic structures). But…

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NEP (New Education Policy) 2020 is estimated to revolutionize the Indian age-old education system to meet up the growing challenges in the dynamic world. The policy primarily focuses upon:- The creative potential of each individual. Access to the highest-quality education for all learners regardless of social or economic background. Making education more experiential, holistic, integrated, inquiry-driven, discovery-oriented, learner-centered, discussion-based, flexible, and enjoyable. Without overelaborating the age categorization of the students and the exact details of the curriculum yet to be introduced, there are critical areas to be analyzed and addressed to effectively achieve all the above-stated objectives. Education in India…

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Moscow and Myanmar met out of conflict and the suspicion existed only until the ties strengthened. Equally, China weaved its roots into the nation finding a common interest. The trio has common challenges in terms of geopolitics and regional affairs. The grounds of shared interest All three nations mutually support one another in defending the human rights violations in their territories against the Western sanctions by enhancing their economic and military cooperation. Sanction blanket over Moscow, Beijing, and Myanmar Relentlessly the trio have committed human rights violations to snub the voice against democracy and are involved in money laundering the…

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SSB in relation to the Armed forces is de-abbreviated as Services Selection Boards, in a crude sense they evaluate the candidates’ knowledge, intelligence, psychology, and physical endurance for selecting a suitable one. They assess the prevalence of 15 OLQs (means Officer Like Qualities) divided under four categories as:- Planning and organizing. Social adjustment. Social effectiveness. Dynamism These are derived by subjecting the candidates to various testing procedures which most of the defence aspirants are aware of. The applying aspirants have a range of entries like NDA, CDS, INET, AFCAT, SCC-Jag, SSC-Tech, and NCC and even there are opportunities for below…

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Dalits – “They are the members of lower caste in the Indian caste system.” This is the meaning of the word in Google dictionary. The word traces its origin from the Sanskrit language which implies Dalita meaning “divided, split, broken, scattered”. Hence, the semantics of this word reflects the inequality in our society. The origin of Dalits in the Indian caste system The concept of categorizing humans based on their professions arose from the Early Vedic Period (1500 – 600 BC), where there were three major classifications:- Teaching profession:- Brahmins. Administration:- Kshatriyas. Agriculture and Business:- Vaishyas. But there was no categorization like upper…

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Goshalas and Cattle raring share a deep historical links to native to Indian tradition since ancient times, in the modern era, Raja Rao Yudhishter Singh Yadav was one of the prime personalities to establish Large scale Goshalas in India as early as the 19th century. At present, there are 1800 registered Goshalas all over India. These Goshalas works as a shelter house to rescue stray cattle, and disabled/derelict cattle and groom them. Concerns of Cattle in India India ranks first in global milk production contributing to 23% of the global milk industry. The race to sustain the position certainly forces the…

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Media technically means the plural form of medium, this according to the laws of Physics works as a carrier of signals from the source to the destination, this is the nature of the medium in its virgin form. In the view of an intellectual mind which certainly refers to humans, the exchanging entity has customized forms, this can be a carrier of script/audio / visual information, which refers to the print & electronic media in the present context. Media and the Human society The primitive stages of human society disseminated information in the form of wall paintings, rock carvings, and…

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Wildlife experts allege that train and road accidents are the second highest cause of wildlife death after poaching Recently a Vande Bharat train traveling from Mumbai (Maharashtra) to Gandhinagar (Gujarat) collided with a cattle near Atul station (Gujarat). However, the machines face zero net injury as it gets repaired immediately, and mainly these Vande Bharat trains are designed to minimize the cost of the damage due to such accidents. Specifically the replaceable nose cone in the front portion made of fiber-reinforced plastic mitigates the collision impact saving the cost up to ₹10,000 – 15,000 per piece and they are replaceable within…

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Drones can provide standoff, which can enable terrorists to conduct multiple attacks nearly simultaneously, rapidly magnifying their overall effect. A terrorist attack is meant to create an atmosphere of fear to influence a target audience which can be a civilian population or government to force or impose political change. The usage of Drones in Terrorism Between 1994 and 2018, more than 14 planned or attempted terrorist attacks took place using aerial drones. Some of these were:- In 1994, Aum Shinrikyo attempted to use a remote-controlled helicopter to spray sarin gas, but tests failed as the helicopter crashed; In 2013, a…

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