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The Liking for Coffee

We all love coffee. Don’t we? There are various types and methods by which coffee is consumed such as Espresso (Short Black); Double Espresso (Doppio); Short Macchiato; Long Macchiato; Ristretto; Long Black (Americano); Café Latte; Cappuccino etc. The taste of coffee is naturally bitter. Bitterness is a natural warning system to protec ...
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Schools at Closure in Gujarat

It is heard that 2,500 ‘non-viable’ private secondary and higher secondary schools in the state of Gujarat are to be closed. A survey was conducted by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) recently where several schools with students below an average number were identified. As a result of the survey, it was ...
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Surat for Migrants

There have been attacks on laborers from North India states especially in Surat, Gujarat. As per Tarachand Kasat, Vice-President, All-India Textiles Traders Association, Surat has around 7-8 lakh workers from North India working in Gujarat industrial sector. Currently, Migration is an important and critical topic in the state of Gujarat following r ...
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Digital Change in Education Sector

As 2019 approaches, the technology trends are expected to disrupt, shift and change the way you do business. The primary purpose of Education Sectors and Institutions is to provide education to children and young people in educational settings. Education develops in students a perspective of looking at life and helps them build opinions ...
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Children’s Day with Google

Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of India. 14 November, birthday of Jawaharlal Nehru, is celebrated as the Children’s Day in India. Children used to call him Chacha Nehru. He was known for his love and affection towards children. Till 1964, 20 November was celebrated as Children’s Day, which was observed as the universal Ch ...
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Treatment for Chronic Pain Revealed

Recently, a research has been conducted by the UNC School of Medicine. The researchers targeted on one region of the brain with the help of weak alternating current of electricity. This helps in increasing the naturally occurring brain rhythms of that particular region and decreases largely the symptoms that are closely related to chronic lower bac ...
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Delhi’s Air Pollution Contributes More to Sickness of Residents

On 13th November 2018, The National Green Tribunal (NGT) had hit out at the state and centre government for failing to control the situation of deteriorating air quality in Delhi and said that it was a state of health emergency in the national capital. Whereas, the usual political blame game continued with leaders blaming other states and similar e ...
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Ozone Layer Recovering

The Ozone Layer is the protective layer of Earth. The Ozone shield is a region of Earth's stratosphere that absorbs most of the Sun's ultraviolet radiation, found in the lower portion of the stratosphere. It contains high concentrations of ozone (O3) in relation to other parts of the atmosphere, although still small in relation to ot ...
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The Fast Growing Economy

Today, world’s economy is growing at a fast pace. A change in the methodology to calculate gross domestic product is partly why India’s data is puzzling and encouraging economists to find a workaround. In 2015 and 2018, India's economy became the world's fastest growing economy. India topped the World  ...
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Biggest Known Prime Number Found With More Than 23 Million Digits

A collaborative computational effort has revealed the longest known prime number. At more than 23 million digits in length, the new number has been given the name M77232917 for short. Prime numbers are separable just without anyone else's input and one, and the scan for ever-bigger primes has since quite a while ago involved Mathematics fans. Be t ...
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