Author: Sakshi Jain

Anish Bhanwala: India’s youngest ever CWG gold medalist

In teenage years every kid has probably just one goal to excel in their studies and get marks and get into a good and reputed college. They spend their Evenings playing video games or surfing the internet or hanging out with friends. Though there are some who have a different passion for sports. School going sports persons life is no less than that of a superhero, juggling two things at a time that are equally important for them studies and sports, one being education and one being there passion. They have to skip exams or classes to participate in...

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Rajeev Poddar: ordinary man with an extraordinary vision

There are a few people in this world whose life story fills you with lots of motivation and determination over the course of hearing that story. One such man is Mr. Rajeev Poddar, a teacher by profession who teaches accounts and economics to high school students in Calcutta, teaching 500  students every year. He’s not just a teacher, but an inspiration to many. Crossing all the hurdles which life set up for him, he has successfully created a niche for himself. From being a stock market trader to forming “Knowledge Capsule” to help the students with Current Affairs, he...

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Stephen Hawking, Visionary Physicist has left a lot of inspiration for us. Read this Article to know all about his work and inspiration!

Regarded as one of the most brilliant theoretical physicists and cosmetologist in history, Stephen Hawking, his work on the origins and structure of the universe, from the Big Bang to black holes, revolutionized the field, while his best-selling books have appealed to readers who may not have Hawking’s scientific background. Hawking was born on 8 January 1942( 300 years to the day after the death of ‘astronomer’ Galileo Galilei) in Oxford, Oxfordshire to Frank and Isobel Hawking, both his parents attended the University of Oxford, Hawking had two younger sisters, Philippa and Mary, and an adopted brother, Edward. In 1950,...

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A missed nobel prize : Narinder Singh Kapany

First, it was Jagadish Chandra Bose at the turn of the century, Then Satyendranath Bose, G N Ramachandran, E C George Sudarshan and then Narinder Singh Kapany overlooked at the time of awarding of the Nobel prize in physics. Considered as the father of fiber optics on a global scale, Dr Narinder Singh Kapany’s research in the 1950’s led to the development of fiber optics and he was the first person to demonstrate the transmission of an image through a bundle of glass fibers. Born to a Sikh family in Moga, Punjab, on October 31, 1926, and studied at...

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Sridevi: The Brightest Star in the Bollywood Universe

On 24th February 2018, the world lost one of the biggest stars on this planet but a husband lost his wife, daughters lost their mother. The brightest star in the Bollywood was lost. Sridevi was an actor par excellence she acted every role that she played, be it the crazy crime reporter Seema in Mr India, a middle-class Indian housewife ‘Shashi Godbole’ trying to find her place in her household in English vinglish or a mom ‘Devki’ trying to avenge her daughter in mom. Being a 90s kid I have grown up watching a lot of movies in which...

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