UP gov presented a new population policy

According to a UN estimate released in 2019, the country will overtake China as the world’s most populous country by 2027. As a developing country, now is a critical time to address this issue.To bring change, Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, presented a strategy targeted to stabilizing the population and decreasing maternalContinue reading “UP gov presented a new population policy”

First women empire in 144 years, Marija Cicak

The world is heading in the direction of giving both genders an equal opportunity. Females are also producing amazing results in their fields which is causing societal transformation. We may also remark that progress toward gender equality is gradual and constant. One such movement had been encountered a few days before. Marija Cicak, the chairContinue reading “First women empire in 144 years, Marija Cicak”

Indians are inviting third wave

After surviving the second wave, can we expect with Indian that they are serious about this pandemic. The answer is given by the pictures of tourists flocking to Mussoorie, Nainital, and other parts of Uttarakhand while flouting Covid-19 safety norms going viral on social media, raising concerns among authorities amid a third wave scare, theContinue reading “Indians are inviting third wave”

A lake vanishes, an alarming situation

A vast ice-covered gigantic lake disappeared. In a matter of days, it is raising concerns among scientists about the seriousness of climate change and global warming. The incident on the Amery Ice Shelf in East Antarctica in 2019 was only seen on satellite pictures. According to scientists, an estimated 21 billion to 26 billion cubicContinue reading “A lake vanishes, an alarming situation”

New plant species named after Indian goddess name

India discovers new plant species in Antarctica, the species has been called Bryum bharatiensis by biologists from the Central University of Punjab. The Hindu goddess of learning, Bharati, is also the name of one of India’s Antarctic research outposts.The discovery is notable because it is the first and only plant species discovered by the IndianContinue reading “New plant species named after Indian goddess name”

Women’s privacy, honour, and safety are in big threat

In era of digitization, the privacy is everyone’s first priority. In case of women the concern increased. But what if someone step in your privacy and use your photograph without your consent. A case is registered by Special Cell of Delhi police on creating an app name “Sulli Deals” on a popular platform GitHub. ThisContinue reading “Women’s privacy, honour, and safety are in big threat”

Sherni ‘the reality that animals are suffering’

Today I watched a movie named “Sherni”. Starring Vidya Balan, the plot of the film comes with the story which somewhere shows the harsh reality, rudeness, and selfishness of humans towards the animals. The fight between man and animal is not something new. In the story, the deep, gloomy jungle transformed into a battleground forContinue reading “Sherni ‘the reality that animals are suffering’”

India is among top three countries in cyber crime

India is the first country in the world to develop a white list instead of a blacklist for telecom equipment, ranking 10 out of 194 countries on the Global Cyber Security Index 2020. Cyber security is a worldwide issue that no single country can tackle on its own.“The plan would holistically encompass the whole ecosystemContinue reading “India is among top three countries in cyber crime”

The world is not equipped to cope up with emergency

Warren Buffett, the American billionaire, has stated that he believes another pandemic is on the horizon, one that might be much worse than COVID-19. The CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, remarked in an interview with CNBC’s Buffett & Munger: A Wealth of Wisdom that, while certain circumstances are controllable, the world as a wholeContinue reading “The world is not equipped to cope up with emergency”

Majority believes essential to prevent inter-religious marriage

Most Indians, regardless of faith, believe they have religious freedom, appreciate religious tolerance, and view respect for all religions as fundamental to the country’s identity. According to a nationwide study of religious attitudes, behaviors, and beliefs done by Pew Research Center, a non-profit located in Washington, DC, the majority of people in each of theContinue reading “Majority believes essential to prevent inter-religious marriage”