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- Book Reviews
Inside The Heart of Hope by Rishabh Puri – Book Review“In foolishness, I have gained wisdom. By falling, I have risen. In rebelling against God, I have accepted him. By stammering, I have learned to speak. And by hating, I have learned to love.” These handful of words sum up the book’s motive perfectly. Published by Srishti Publishers and Distributors, Inside The Heart of Hope ..
False Securityby Ayushi Nagalia All colonies, societies and even individual houses hire night and day guards keeping in mind the safety of all their residents. Usually, two guards are appointed, one works during the day and the other works during the night. However, it is not unusual to not hear guard whistles at night and yet ..
The Story of Uttarakhand AndolanBy Nitin Chandola Uttarakhand Andolan was not only the demand of the separate state of Uttarakhand but was also a big war against the ignorance of Uttar Pradesh and Delhi governments. Though, the demand at first was to separate the Himalayan range dominated provinces, later with change in objectives of the natives of the region, ..
Editorial, September 2016Finally!! Here is our first issue on social topic “Slums of Doon”, after four successive issues related to art and culture. Society shapes the future of upcoming generation and insures the legacy which they pass on to their children. The hygienic and well planned lifestyle can make life easier hence, sustainable development in developing cities ..
Ground Reality of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in UttarakhandBy Kushagra Mittal The twenty-first century, oldest civilization, world’s largest democracy, and second-most populated nation. What comes to your mind when you read such eye-catching adjectives for your country? Is it ‘developed’, ‘literate’, ‘superpower’? The reality is indeed very far from it. In spite of being the world’s largest democracy and second most populated nation, ..