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New Education Policy of India 2020

The Education Policy of India was dated to medieval times and it was not doing any good to students. Students were just passing from schools and colleges, and after that, they were just confused and had no idea what to do with their lives. The schools and colleges were just making...

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Top 10 most powerful leaders of the world

“The challenge of leadership is to be strong but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not a bully; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humour, but without folly.”- Jim Rohn.Leadership is like a skill or art more than just science.  A dedicated...

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Game of Conspiracies: U.S, Russia and Taliban

The U.S president “Donald Trump” has been part of many conspiracies since his venture began in the white house. But these are high times when the U.S is fighting with the coronavirus and became the worst-hit country by the pandemic with over 3.2 million and 136k deaths. The...

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Can The World Trust China?

The world has seen China’s uncanny attempts to rise as the world super-power over the decade and playing the victim card every time someone pointed a finger towards them. In the current times when the Coronavirus pandemic is uncontrollable around the world and everybody is blaming...

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The Planet Earth VS The Year 2020

JanuaryIran vs. USAOn 1st January 2020, people around the world were happy and excited about the New Year, everyone was taking resolutions to do things this year, which they always wanted to do. While others were already breaking the resolutions by doing the exact opposite of what...

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The Global Economic Impacts of COVID-19

COVID-19 also known as Coronavirus, is a global pandemic, With over 7.4 million suffering and more than 400 thousand people dead around the world, this disease is still not in the slackening phase. The world economy might be on the brink with all the lockdowns imposed by governments....

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