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Monthly Archives: August, 2020

Blue Skies

When I look up hoping to see heaven,

Splashes of blue paint fill my eye, staring and gazing hard I only see the

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Kolkata – The City of Joy

The city of dreams, the city of unhindered zeal and fervour, Kolkata is the heart of India. It is a magnificent...

National Education Policy – A Needed Update

The new NEP has come!! It is a very inspiring thing for me as a child and I am sure that it’s the same for you...

The current American flag was designed by a high school student. It started as a school project for Bob Heft’s junior-year history class, and it only earned a B- in 1958. His design had 50 stars even though Alaska and Hawaii weren’t states yet. Heft figured the two would earn statehood soon and showed the government his design. After President Dwight D. Eisenhower called to say his design was approved, Heft’s teacher changed his grade to an A.

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The Simulation Argument

Visualize a civilization. This civilization is constantly growing and advancing, to the point where they have such...

America’s Hope – Joe Biden

Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee for the 2020 election is running against the...

A Glimpse Into The Life of Percy Jackson

Hello, welcome to the next article on Greek Mythology. In the last article, we discussed the older and ancient...

Scotland has 421 words for “snow” Yes—421! That’s too many fun facts about snow. Some examples: sneesl (to start raining or snowing); feefle (to swirl); flinkdrinkin (a light snow).

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Integration of the Indian States

Many of us do not know this, but the map of India was not what it is today on 15 August, 1947 when India became independent....

The Unsung Women of India’s Freedom Struggle

As we celebrate the 73rd year of Indian Independence it is important not to forget the contribution of our freedom...

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