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'Optical Rocket' Created with Intense Laser Light

Physics professor Donald Umstadter at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln recently did an experiment about the plasma electrons in the paths of intense laser light pulses. They were almost instantly accelerated close to the speed of light. He stated that the new application might be called an "optical rocket" as it showed an enormous amount of force ...
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Wild Animals Were Traded And Captured in Ancient Mesoamericans

According to a new study, from the Maya city of Copan, in Honduras, Mesoamericans routinely captured and traded wild animals for the ritual and symbolic purposes. The study was published on 12th September, 2018 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE. Wild animals such as puma and jaguar were used by ancient Mesoamericans for many purposes. It includes ...
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No More Holidays

School days are some of the most important days of our lives. These are the days that help us shape the future that we want to see for ourselves. Each year on a average consists of about 6000 waking hours out of which on a average students in India spend 1000 hours in school. According to experts the more instructional days help children learn bett ...
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Air Force Grants $7.2 Billion Contract for 22 Global Positioning System Satellites

On September 14, 2018, Friday, the US Air force declared to grant a 7.2 billion dollars contract to Lockheed Martin so as to manufacture 22 global positioning system satellites. Secretary of Air Force Heather Wilson remarked that the new range of GPS Satellite shall prove to be more resistant to interference and electronic attacks. These satellite ...
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Lancet Lauds Indian Prime Minister’s Healthcare Initiatives

Lancet, one of the world’s best known medical journals has time and again played a key role in reframing people’s political views concerning medical services. In the year August 2014, the journal published “An Open Letter for the People of Gaza,” criticizing Israel in the wake of the 2014 Gaza conflict. Sir Mark Pepys, ex-He ...
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‘Joyful Saturday’ – A Government of Rajasthan Initiative

We all know that in today’s competitive world, students are highly burdened by academic pressure. They are taught around 8-9 subjects. They have to bear the pressure of assignments, homework, projects etc. In doing all of this the real childhood gets lost. Children these days have hardly time to play and live life. They are stressed more tha ...
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The Ideal Example of a Government Run School

We all know about the deteriorating standards of the government schools in India. The common characteristics of a government school are shaky buildings, broken furniture, poor power supply, and quite often no teachers. But there is an exception to everything in the world. One such exception is a govt. school situated in Guali village in Kotpad bloc ...
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India To Participate In PISA 2021 After HRD Approval

HRD has finally decided to end its boycott of the examination after not having been participated in Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) since the year 2012. PISA was introduced in 2000 by OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation Development). It was set up so as to test the learning levels of 15-year old children in the field o ...
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Dengue Fever – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Among the various diseases, Dengue fever is one that takes most of the lives every year. It is a mosquito-borne viral disease occurring in tropical and subtropical areas. It is caused by four different viruses and spread by Aedes mosquitoes. The various symptoms of this fever are: dengue shock syndrome (DSS), dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF), sever ...
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8 Myths Busted About Project Based Learning

Project Based Learning or PBL has a lot of advantages but some myths about it keep us from learning its full potential. Here are some of the myths:   Myth #1: Project Based Learning = Student Doing Projects PBL focuses on students learning through the projects and not the other way around. Students are taught to learn skills like planning, ...
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