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'It Took Me 150 Hours': Hyderabad Law Student Engraves Entire Bhagavad Gita on 4,042 Rice Grains

A law student from Hyderabad has written the Bhagavad Gita on 4,042 grains of rice as part of her recent project on micro art. Ramagiri Swarika said that she worked for almost 150 hours to create the beautiful masterpiece. "In my most recent work, I have written the Bhagavad Gita on 4,042 rice grains which took 150 hours to finish. I work with various products to create micro arts," Swarika was quoted by ANI. Swarika who doesn't use a magnifying glass for her artwork, also does milk a........

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Elon Musk's 2 Rules For Learning Anything Faster

Learning is one of the overcommunicated but underleveraged tools of the common entrepreneur. Everyone talks about methods of learning, but few people find realistic and authentic techniques that actually yield a net profit in the information and application categories. Elon Musk has broken through that barrier with learning techniques that have proven successful not just once, but time and time again. A good argument could be made that Musk has leveraged his learning by becomin........

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APJ Abdul Kalam birth anniversary: Here are five scientific contributions of 'Missile Man'

From being the people's President to spearheading the development of the most significant Indian missiles, late President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam has contributed to the development of the country in different spheres. As an aerospace scientist, Kalam worked with India's two major space research organisations - Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). While, his work in the development and operationalisatio........

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Auction Theory explained: Why Nobel Prize in Economics went to Paul Milgrom, Robert Wilson  

Paul R Milgrom and Robert B Wilson jointly won this year's Nobel Prize in Economics. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced the winners of the Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 2020 -- as the Nobel Prize in Economics is officially called -- in Stockholm on Monday. American economists "for improvements to auction theory and inventions of new auction formats.........

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The Inspiring Story of Manasi Joshi - TIME Magazine's Next Generation Leaders

Indian para-badminton star Manasi Joshi has been featured on the cover of Time Magazine's Next Generation Leader. The 31-year-old had announced herself on the big stage last year when she won gold at the BWF Para-Badminton World Championships, beating compatriot and world no.1 Parul Parmer in the women's singles SL3(standing/lower limb impairment/minor) final. Her feat was in the by PV Sindhu's gold but social media took it upon itself to . Manasi's tryst with the sport of badminton started when she was just 6 years old, playing with her father retired scientist from Bhabha Atomic ........

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Grand Salute! This Elderly Odisha Man Has Been Teaching Children Without Fees For Over 75 Years

An old man from Odisha has been teaching children under a tree without charging a single penny for over 75 years now. Nanda Prasty, the old teacher, teaches not only little children but also the elderly at night. He suggests kids be sent to primary schools after completing class 4 to further complete their education. His passion for teaching has led him to a 75 years hiatus from earning a professional livelihood. Instead, he preferred educating young kids from the........

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'Planet is dying', India's 8-year-old climate crusader warns

When 8-year-old Indian climate change activist Licypriya Kangujam is older, she wants to launch a solo mission to the moon to research ways to save planet earth. One of the world’s youngest climate change activists, Kangujam was influenced by the images of the devastation caused by the Nepal earthquakes in 2015 that killed some 9,000 people and destroyed one million homes. As a four-year-old, she h........

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191 Best Telugu Quotes | Success Quotes in Telugu - QuoteSove

Here are the best collections of Telugu quotes inspiring you to life motivational and successful in life ఎప్పుడూ తప్పు చేయని వ్యక్తి కొత్తగా ప్రయత్నించలేదు........

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55 Best Bhagat Singh Quotes Socialist Revolutionary - QuoteSove

Here are the best collections of freedom fighter and Socialist Revolutionary Bhagat Singh quotes, Inspire to you proude to be Indian.........

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51 Best Lord Shiva Quotes and Sayings - QuoteSove

Get here the best collection of lord shiva quotes and saying. Shiva is also is known as Mahadev, mahakal, Adiyogi Shiva, the great god. On the festival of........

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91 Best Self Respect Quotes Inspire to Achieve Your Goals - QuoteSove

Here is the best collection of self respect quotes, Know your value self-respect is more than important to others respect. Be self respect you can easily........

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Why Swami Vivekananda Would Vouch For Core Hindutva Politics

Crafty articles which misuse the goodness of Hinduism and the universalism of Swami Vivekananda, only to provide fodder for malefic forces looking to swallow the country and its ethos, deserve a prompt and determined rebuttal. Such ‘intellectuals’ should know better that we are a land of truth seekers, not ignoramuses who can’t see beyond the veil. Recently, a leftist web-portal published an headlined 'Vivekananda would have opposed any Ramakrishna Mission collaboration with the BJP' because the 'notion of religious pluralism espoused by the org........

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Meet The Navy's First Women Combat Aviators To Be Deployed On Warships

Sub Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi (right) and Sub Lieutenant Riti Singh (left). In a move that will redefine gender equality in the Indian Navy, Sub Lieutenant Kumudini Tyagi and Sub Lieutenant Riti Singh will be the first women combatants who will operate as specialists on board Navy helicopters which operate from the deck of warships. Though women have been deployed as logistics and medical officers onboard Navy fleet tankers, they have not........

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As the great statistician CR Rao turns 100, a look at his extraordinary career

In the mathematical community, a CR Rao anecdote is a staple, but the one that crops up most often is from the celebrated statistician’s visit to Iran for a conference. On that trip to Tehran, Rao’s suitcase got misplaced on the flight. The airlines assured him that they would trace it and deliver it to his hotel at the earliest. True to their word, the next day, Rao received a call: “Mr Cramér Rao, we found ........

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Bihar man, who dug 3-km canal for 30 yrs, gets tractor from Anand Mahindra

Laungi Bhuyian, who is profoundly known as 'canal man' of Bihar, had never even dreamt of owning a tractor, but thanks to businessman Anand Mahindra who recognized his self-less service to the society. Bhuyian spent 30 years carving out a three-kilometer-long canal to take rainwater coming down from nearby hills to parched fields of his village Kothilawa in Lahthua area of Gaya district. Kothilwa, the village of Bhuyian, is surrounded by dense forest and mountains, about 80 km away from Gaya district headquarters. This village is marked as a refuge for M........

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Meet India’s Youngest Pilot: She Got Her Pilot's License At 16 Years Old

Ever since we were little, most of us have been fascinated by aeroplanes . Whether it was the sheer excitement of flying on one or just glancing up in the sky when you’d hear engine roar.  Some eventually get past the fascination whereas some push this to the limit by actually becoming a pilot. However, She shared in an Interview with TOI, how she got fascinated by the profession, “I got fascinated by pilots. As I grew up, my fascination only increased and I finally lan........

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The 65-yo Postman Who Trekked 15 Km Of Forests Daily But Never Failed To Do His Job

65-year-old D Sivan, calls himself an ordinary man living a simple life. Until about a month ago, the Coonoor resident and former postmaster would follow a routine that remained unchanged for 35 years. At 10 AM, he would begin the journey to the Hillgrove Post Office, his workplace, which is approximately 10 kilometers from Coonoor. While he would ride on a local bus for the first 4 kilometers, he covered the rest of the distance on foot, walking through several tea estates, and finally reach his destination at noon.........

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27-YO Man Invested Rs 10K to Grow Mushrooms. He Now Earns a Lakh Every Month

A job at a reputable company, with a salary to lead a decent life — this is the dream for any young professional. However, for 27-year-old Mahesh Kumar, a resident of Lingampally, a suburb in Hyderabad, the dream soon turned into a life of drudgery. As the ennui grew, Mahesh began to seriously consider leaving the job, and starting a business where he could not only earn more money, but also make his own rules. After some deliberation, he quit his job in 2016, to start his own business related to agriculture, more specifically, mu........

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'Always Dreamt of This Day': Tea Seller's Daughter Tops IAF Academy, Receives President's Plaque

With hard work and perseverance, one can achieve anything and a shining example of it is 23-year-old Aanchal Gangwal, who is now a flying officer of the Indian Air force. Notably, Aanchal comes from a humble background as her father Suresh Gangwal owns a small tea stall at Neemuch district of Madhya Pradesh.Despite all odds, the small-town girl fought all obstacles to become one of the 19 women officers who were commissioned by the Indian Air Force (IAF) a........

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This Bengaluru Man Will Convince You to Grow And Eat Weeds, And They Are Delicious!

Artist Suresh Kumar G has been making the most of the lockdown in his garden. The 47-year-old resident of Bengaluru not only tends to the fruits and vegetables but also looks after the weeds. For long, we have believed that weeds are undesirable and unwanted plants. But, not Suresh. “A lot of us unknowingly get rid of weeds that grow in our gardens, thinking that they deter the growth of fruits and vegetables. But, if you look at traditional cuisines, weeds have been used to cook dishes. The reason is they are not only edible but also have numerous health benefits,” informs ........

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