Category Archives: India

Team DPIFF announces its Tourism Partners for Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards 2022

Preparations for DPIFF 2022, India’s most prestigious award ceremony are in swing with full vigor. Six venerated States Tourism are associated with Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards 2022 to embark the grandest celebration of Indian Cinema & to commemorate 75 years of Independence – Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. The main aim of Team DPIFF is to create a profile ... Read More »

Who’s the winner? Team Men vs. Team Women in the Teachers’ Battleground

Why do we see more female teachers in our schools? – An Indian Perspective –          Inputs given by Mrs. Damayanti Bhattacharya, the Principal of JML School & Bloomingdales Pre-Primary It is rather evident that women are significantly over-represented in the profession of educators. As per the data from the Education Department, more than 80% of all teachers in kindergarten through high school are women. The gender imbalance ... Read More »

General Secretary Com. Venu P. Nair: A Sturdy Pillar of the National Railway Majdoor Union

General Secretary Comrade Venu P. Nair is a man of sheer focus and dedication who has served for many years in the National Railway Majdoor Union (NRMU) (CR/KR). His interests always lie in representing and protecting the interests of the permanent and contractual workers of the Central Railway. Being the General Secretary of the NRMU (CR/KR) brings a lot of ... Read More »

Tips on How to Protect Crops during winter

During winter, crops are mostly damaged by frost and other hostile weather conditions. During this season, the quality and production of both fruit and vegetable crops can get affected, thereby, causing heavy losses. Since, leaves, flowers, and fruits tend to dry out, the dryness can also cause outbreaks of bacterial diseases. These can emerge in the form of spots that ... Read More »

Why You Shouldn’t Burst Firecrackers During Diwali

Firecrackers are synonymous with Diwali celebrations and it’s difficult to imagine the festivities without them. Most of us grew bursting firecrackers every Diwali, and as such it has been ingrained deep within us. However, times have changed and there’s considerable evidence that pollution resulting from bursting firecrackers is harmful for our health. As kids we were unaware, but as adults, ... Read More »

The end of monogamy as we know it and the rise of open couples

In the last year we have witnessed a significant shift within our community. Being an extramarital dating app, Gleeden is mostly used by individuals who are married or in a long-term relationship seeking for adding some spice into their love lives, being this either a real-life affair or just a virtual flirt. And even though the majority of our users ... Read More »

May Day: Celebrating the spirit of human endeavor

Every year on May 1, a public holiday is observed in most countries to celebrate the hard work done by the working class, which keeps the world and its machinery going. Newspatrolling notes that the International Workers’ Day, as it is officially referred to, is a major celebration for socialists, communists, anarchists and people associated with the international labor movement. ... Read More »

Here’s Why Crop Management & Protection is Must

For millennia, humankind has been formulating and maintaining numerous techniques to preserve their agricultural production against pest infestation. But over the years, the boom in the population (As per the FAO, the world population is anticipated to achieve 9.1 billion by 2050), rapidly growing urbanisation, and aggressively progressing climate change have impacted agriculture massively. Not only has the cultivation land shrunk, but ... Read More »