Category: History

Category: History

How to use aarogya setu
April 24, 2020 Animal & Creatures, Education, Entrepreneurship, Environment, Family & Community, Finance, History, Jobs & Education, Medical, Music, Nature, Other AG TRICK

How to use Aarogya Setu App ? photo collected:twitter page  Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi recently launched Aarogya Setu App. Which App track your Covid-19 pandemic history. Aarogya Setu App is the best online platform for fight against COVID-19 in India. India has launched Aarogya Setu App developed by Ministry of Electronics,

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What Makes Android The Best As A Mobile App Development Platform?
March 21, 2020 Business, City, Education, Environment, History, Information Technology, International, Other, Social Media, Technology Priya Saha

The year was 2008 when the smart mobile came into our world. This innovation literally revolutionized almost everything we used to do. The advent of the application world also made our lives infinitely convenient. You will find a never-ending source of applications, both entertaining and educational, to keep you updated and entertained throughout the day.

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What Are the Solutions to Political Polarization?
March 21, 2020 City, Environment, History, International, Nature, Other, Politics, Religious Priya Saha

What drives political polarization? Is it simply disagreement over the great issues of the day? Not necessarily. Recent research by the More in Common Foundation found that more than three-fourths of Americans support both stricter gun laws and a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants brought here as children. Roughly the same number of Americans agree “that

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What Are the Solutions to Political Polarization?
March 19, 2020 City, Education, History, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Life, Nature, Other, Politics, Relationship, Social Media Priya Saha

What drives political polarization? Is it simply disagreement over the great issues of the day? Not necessarily. Recent research by the More in Common Foundation found that more than three-fourths of Americans support both stricter gun laws and a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants brought here as children. Roughly the same number of Americans agree “that

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Colourful Holi Decoration Ideas for Your Home!
February 24, 2020 City, Culture, Family & Community, Fashion, Health, History, Hobbies & Leisure, Home & Garden, International, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious Priya Saha

Holi is the festival of colors in India, welcoming the spring season (summer) the people & streets are awash with the Colors and Joyfulness! Holi decoration, therefore should also be colorful! Now it’s a time to bring the charm of the colors to your home too! To decorate your home for festivals such as Holi

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How to Get Out of an Abusive Relationship and Start Afresh
February 13, 2020 Beauty, Business, Environment, Family & Community, History, Life, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious, Sports Priya Saha

When you meet someone to whom you are romantically attracted, most people don’t ever think for a minute that the relationship will turn abusive. Most of us hope to live a fairy tale love story and ride off into the sunset deeply in love. Unfortunately, that doesn’t happen for a lot of people. Many find

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Ways to Improve Your Parenting Skills (Psychology-Backed)
February 13, 2020 Business, City, Education, Environment, Food, Health, History, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Life, Medical, Nature, Other, Relationship, Religious, Science, Spiritual, Travel Priya Saha

There is no such thing as a perfect parent. Parenting is hard. It takes a great deal of effort to be even a decent parent. My husband and I are raising our three children ages 6, 6, and 7. Yes, I have my hands full. Twin six-year-old boys and a seven-year-old girl keep me on

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How to Figure Out What Motivates You at Work
February 13, 2020 Business, City, Education, Entrepreneurship, Family & Community, History, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Jobs & Education, Life, Relationship, Technology Priya Saha

Work is called work for a reason. No matter how passionate you are about a certain field, you are inevitably going to run into aspects of your career that you are not fond of. If you are in a current position because of the money or security it provides, you may be even more impacted

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Ways to Stay Positive During the Dark and Cold Winter
January 30, 2020 City, Environment, Health, History, Life, Nature, Other, Social Media, Spiritual, Sports, Travel Priya Saha

“In the depths of winter I finally learned there was in me an invincible summer.”Albert Camus “If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.”Anne Bradstreet  Up here in Sweden the winter is dark, cold and often comes

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Rohit Sharma overshadows Kane Williamson’s heroics in a breathless encounter at Hamilton
January 30, 2020 Business, City, Entertainment, Environment, Gaming, History, Hobbies & Leisure, International, Other, Social Media, Sports Priya Saha

Wow!! Just Wow! Is there a better love story than New Zealand and Super Over? Somehow they managed to tie the game even from the winning positions and then lose it off the last ball. They needed 2 runs to win off four balls and then Kane Williamson gets out and all goes wrong for

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