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Current Affairs – June 2019News

Current Affairs – June 2019

India BSP–SP alliance called off After analysing the Lok Sabha 2019 election results, the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) leader Mayawati
Current Affairs – May 2019News

Current Affairs – May 2019

India INS Ranjit decommissioned after 36 years of service The Indian Navy’s frontline missile destroyer, INS Ranjit, was decommissioned (removed
Current Affairs-April 2019News

Current Affairs-April 2019

India Gagandeep Kang becomes first Indian woman Fellow of the Royal Society Dr Gagandeep Kang became the first Indian woman
6 Essential Tips to Revise MathsCBSE News

6 Essential Tips to Revise Maths

Maths is more than just a subject that you learn in school. It is a life skill that you learn. It
A Quick Guide for NEET 2018 aspirantsCBSE News

A Quick Guide for NEET 2018 aspirants

It is that point of the year again when the students are busy with their textbooks and guides, concerning notes
15 Indian Women Scientists We Should Be Proud ofCBSE News

15 Indian Women Scientists We Should Be Proud of

On 24 September 2014, two hundred and ninety days after the Mangalyaan (Mars Orbiter Mission) probe was launched, its successful
Current Affairs – March 2019News

Current Affairs – March 2019

India 2019 Lok Sabha election The 2019 Lok Sabha elections will be held in seven phases from 11 April to
Current Affairs – February 2019News

Current Affairs – February 2019

India Pulwama Terror Attack A vehicle-borne suicide bomber attacked a convoy of over 70 vehicles carrying security personnel on the
Current Affairs – January 2019News

Current Affairs – January 2019

India Parliament passes National Council for Teacher Education (Amendment) Bill, 2018 The Parliament passed the National Council for Teacher Education
5 Reasons Why the Finnish Education System Is One of the Best in the WorldJan-Mar-2019

5 Reasons Why the Finnish Education System Is One of the Best in the World

Until the 1950s, Finland’s situation was much like India’s — struggling to overthrow the last vestiges of its colonial, fractured