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    ISRO's C51 mission is just the beginning; greater milestones to achieve

    India's Polar rocket PSLV C-51 carrying Amazonia-1 of Brazil and 18 other satellites blasted off from this spaceport in the first mission of the year for ISRO. At the end of a nearly 26 hour countdown, the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle PSLV-C51 lifted off from the first launch pad of the Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SHAR), over 100 km from Chennai. However, the future has a bigger picture in store for Indian space arena.

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    Raja Bhoja Parmara : Reminiscing the legacy

    The auspicious date of Vasant Panchmi marked the the Jayanti of Raja Bhoja, the King who built Bhopal, who was part of the Parmar dynasty. His reign stretched from 1000 - 1055 AD. A valiant king who had to fight many battles with his rivals Chalukyas, is credited for expedition against Masud Salur, Mahmud of Ghazhnavi and rebuilding of the Somnath Temple

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    PUBG Mobile in India : Too near yet too Far…

    PUBG is back and back with a bang. The company has finally decided to do away with the Chinese link, and the Korean Mothership Krafton has formed a new company PUBG Mobile India Pvt. Ltd which has been registered by Ministry of Corporate Affairs, however the green signal from MEITY is still pending. PUBG India will be different from its Global counterpart.

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    To 'who' is Left asking questions on employment and industrialisation in Bengal?

    Using deceit and deception is a part of politics. Anyone not doing so in today's era due to some moralistic, altruistic or nihilistic reason will fail miserably. But CPM asking big questions on employment, industrialisation, and income opportunities in the state of West Bengal is ironical, considering the party they should be asking these questions is actually CPM themselves.

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Corona Health Update

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    The second wave is all set to hit India-how scared should we be?

    While the western world already saw an unabated rise in COVID-19 cases last winter, India seems to have arrived in the red zone now. In its highest daily spike of 2021, India reported 46,951 fresh Covid-19 cases in a single day pushing the overall tally to 11,646,081. Experts are already of the opinion that there's no reason we should not expect a second wave following the trajectory of infections in other countries.

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INDIA

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    India makes it to the list of vaccine superpowers; China staggers to find a place

    Recently, Dr Peter Hotez, Dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Boston has hailed India as the rescuer of the world. He has applauded the incredible patience and vigour with which not only has India rolled out vaccines for its own people but also has managed to send out millions of doses to other countries. On the other hand, the Peruvian scandal makes us question the future of mankind.

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WORLD

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    Third wave of COVID-19 hits Europe: deep fear lingers

    Excerpt: With 20,000 people dying per week in Europe-an indelible indication of the lethality officially proves that the extent of infection has gone more dangerous this time. Meanwhile, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Director-General Shekhar C Mande on Sunday warned that the Covid-19 crisis was far from being over and allowing a "third wave" by lowering our guard is fraught with grave consequences

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