The labour laws and COVID-19

Corona warriors are fighting at there peak. But still many of us can't understand what's the meaning of stay home. It is true fact that India's literacy rate is very low. Most of population is illiterate but do we know what is the worst part?…

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The Great Pyramids of Giza

The pyramids of Giza, are one of the seven wonders of the world, every year attracting tons of tourists to Egypt, just to visit and see the magnificence of the structure and see how it was built. The pyramids are masonry structures built by the…

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The US-China Rivalry: What does it mean for India?

In this global world, no country is free from the consequences of any event in the international arena. These implications are especially deep-rooted when two major powers are involved. The US-China cut-throat competition has become a hot topic. After two years of the trade war,…

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Construction After Lockdown

In the era of this Economic slowdown, unemployment, and national lockdown, when the complete world is continually working day and night for saving their citizens from the wrath of Pandemic COVID-19, we, civil engineers and contractors, do have some pertinent questions. Will the Construction Business…

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Girls & Boys Locker Room

The recent social media outburst on "Girls and boys locker room" and the constant blame game attacking each other genders without understanding the difference between right and wrong or evaluating the situations has become quite toxic. While some people actually come out and support each…

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Opening alcohol shops during the lockdown: A boon or bane

As India walked into the third phase of the lockdown some walked into purchasing their first non-essential commodity. Ever since the outbreak of the coronavirus began most economic activities came to a standstill. All kinds of shops except the ones which sold items essential for…

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China – The Super Power

From being home to the world's one-fifth population to Global leader in enormous production of Renewable energy, China has been about to emerge as a Superpower in upcoming decades. The major reason for its super aura is its mega robust infrastructure; be it geopolitically, militarily…

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How the COVID-19 outbreak led to the collapse of the oil industry

For an industry already facing a decline in terms of revenue and declining investor confidence regarding the future of the energy sector, the CoVID-19 pandemic was the last thing that the oil industry needed. The ferocity with which this pandemic has hit the global oil…

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Japan: Understanding the postwar agility

Amongst the many nations taking part in the second world war, the most devastatingly ravished by the aftermaths of the cruel war was Japan. The economy of Japan which was ravaged by the ruins postwar quickly rose from the ashes after World War 2. Japan…

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Stubble Burning – A Virtual Catastrophe

  From the clang of notification on mobile to the large hadron collider, we have unleashed every minuscule mystery of nature, Indians, in meantime, have lacked somewhere in the middle of a thick blanket of smog across North India in last winters. Smog yonder was…

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