• Small Aim is a Crime, Work for a Great Vision

    Small Aim is a Crime, Work for a Great Vision0

    It was on July 27, 2015 a great visionary named Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, Bharat Ratna, People’s President and accomplished missile scientist entered glory. One year is over since his separation from India. What he left behind is his legacy his Vision 2020 for which he wanted co-operation from everyone and sweat to

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  • Sky Is No Limit

    Sky Is No Limit0

    Indian students have set their sights high. They are venturing into uncharted territory where no student has gone before – space exploration. The Indian Space Research Organization is collaborating with academic institutions as part of its Small Satellites project for a decade. Today the students design, fabricate, test and deliver small satellites to the premier

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  • Nourishing Souls

    Nourishing Souls0

    Realizing the significance of a river as the life sustaining force, the Hindus worship it in the form of Pushkar or Pushkara once in every twelve years. It is believed that gods and sages take holy dip to purify the rivers so that pilgrims would be relieved from all sins, and perform rituals to departed

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  • Nourish body, mind and soul

    Nourish body, mind and soul0

    December 11, 2014, is a red letter day for Yoga practitioners and enthusiasts around the world. It was on this day, the United Nations proclaimed June 21 as the International Day of Yoga after it was endorsed by a record 175 member states.

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  • Hobbies

    Hobbies0

    For years, graphic design and learning new software regarding was my hobby. I spent hours and hours on the weekends learning new software that was fun to draw and illustrate . I used to often help my friends When I took my hobby and made it my full-time job, there was a hole of sorts in my life.

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  • The new age Drones

    The new age Drones0

    A drone, in a technological context, is an unmanned aircraft.

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