7 things done by Narendra Modi government – Report of Modi Work

Narendra Modi

Love him or hate him, one can simply not ignore Mr. Narendra Modi. Being a resident of one of the most fucked up nations was not enough, being the prime minister of it brings another set of unimaginable challenges. He’s one of the most influential people and ranked no. 9 in the Forbes List MOST POWERFUL PEOPLE 2018, and his work has affected everyone, from the rich businessmen to the poorest of the families. Being one of the most popular politicians in the world, despite being 68 years old, he’s…

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A step towards legalizing Marijuana | Marijuana legalization


Legalizing Marijuana 2018 Millions are coming together to celebrate the marijuana legalization as Justin Trudeau decriminalized possession, consumption and growth in the Maple Country. Canada, taking pride in being the second country, on 17th October, while Uruguay being the first, certain other nations like New Zealand, Mexico, The Netherlands, Italy are likely to follow. The new law has as many supporters as it has concerned authorities, which are going against its promotion, productivity and availability. Rules: The Canadians are limited to up to four plants per residence, not person; and…

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Internships are pretty crucial from the point of view of the employers. They value internships for the sole reason that internships provide practical knowledge to the students. There is a huge difference between what is taught in school and colleges and how those theoretical concepts are applied in real complex business situations. In most of the cases, internships are paid or offer incentives equivalent to payments. They hone your necessary time management and networking skills. They help you in laying the basic foundation of your career. Some internships even offer…

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nipah virus

A rare and deadly virus called Nipah virus has emerged in the state of Kerala and has created havoc in the lives of people living in the affected areas of Kozhikode, Malappuram, Wayanad and Kannur. Karnataka and Himachal Pradesh are also on alert. Nipah virus has claimed 12 lives including Lini Puthussery (a nurse attending to the Nipah patients) and has put at least 40 others in quarantine so far, prompting global concerns as World Health Organization (WHO) has listed the infection as a ‘public health risk with epidemic potential’. Countries…

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The Royal Wedding of Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex to an American former actress Meghan Markle substantiates the evolution of British royal family and transformation of their beliefs over the years. To begin with, this wedding not so very long ago would have been impossible. Meghan, who was born and raised in Los Angeles, is biracial and was previously married to another man who is still pretty much alive- which is something that strongly opposes the old traditions of the Church of England and their motto of ‘marriage means forever’.…

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87 million people affected- Facebook privacy scandal widens


If you haven’t been living under a rock since the past few weeks, chances are that you would be familiar with the Cambridge Analytica scandal and the heat that Facebook is taking because of the revelations in the light of the scandal. An estimated 87 million people across the globe have been affected by this privacy breach including the CEO of Facebook. Even though Facebook might be in the centre of the most important privacy breach scandal, other social media platforms are also under close scrutiny because of the abundance…

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China’s first space station Tiangong-1 will crash on Earth ‘soon’!


China’s first ever prototype space station Tiangong-1 is inferred to crash on Earth between March 30 and April 2. Tiangong-1 was launched into space in September 2011 and it settled into an orbit lower than the International Space Station. This prototype serving as an experimental platform was launched to demonstrate orbital docking capabilities. Tiangong-1 actually did accomplish its mission. In early November of 2011, it made its first-ever docking when Shenzhou-8 visited this space station and when Shenzhou-10 visited Tiangong-1 in 2012, it marked the end of the space lab’s…

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Are we ready for drive less car | Uber’s automated car accident

Do you remember all those science fiction stories when you were a kid? We all fantasized about many scientific things, especially robots, doing all our work or a car driving itself and taking us wherever we want and much more hanging in our imagination. All those are no more fantasies but they are on their final way to reach the destination of reality. And driverless cars are one of them. In this era, where everything is turning automatic, the top companies like Audi, BMW, Ford, General Motors, Volkswagen and Volvo…

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Cape Town runs out of water leads to DAY ZERO

Now that Holi is done and we have wasted gallons of water again (kudos), let me bring to your attention the concept of “Day Zero”. Day Zero is the date that Cape Town in South Africa will shut off the municipal water supply to all the taps and water outlets leaving almost 4 million residents with no running water. Schools and hospitals will be exempted from this. It’s the first time in our history that a major city has had to cut its water supply due to the scarcity of…

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Facebook came up with a new unit of time – Flick!

Well, there could be more than one meaning for a particular word, right? So, let’s see.. what all ‘flicks’ has for us till now. “Watched Black Panther recently, it was a great flick!” Is it this flick going all over Facebook? Nope. “When my mom is around, I pretend to be studying as I flick through the pages” So, is it this one? Naaaah. Before you start feeling irritated, let me just get started with what exactly is this next big thing! Flick is nothing but a new unit of…

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