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From Samsung To LG, 12 Famous Brands & Their First Products.

Sony, Samsung, Colgate, all these brands have become household names. Along with being famous, they are also a symbol of trust. But how did they get there?Well, today we are bringing to you some of the most famous brands and the products they started with. 1. Sony was founded in 1946, its first product was […]

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World’s Longest Train: Swiss Rail Company creates World Record

The Rhaetian Railway company, in Switzerland, has claimed the world record for the longest passenger train. The train ran a 1.9-kilometer-long or 1.2-mile-long carrier composed of 100 coaches along the Albula/Bernina route from Preda to Bergün, according to an Associated Press report.  The train ran on the scenic route which is famous for having 22 […]

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End of an Era: Serena Williams and Roger Federer changed tennis forever. So will their retirement.

Williams, 40, and Federer, 41, have both announced in short succession their plans to retire, leaving the tennis world without two iconic competitors who were among the best the sport has ever seen and whose appeal eclipsed the game. Williams announced on Vogue magazine’s website that she would retire after this year’s U.S. Open, saying […]

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Equality in School

Women Heroes

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ORIGINS OF EARTH DAY

In the decades leading up to the first Earth Day, people were consuming vast amounts of leaded gas through massive and inefficient automobiles. Industry belched out smoke and sludge with little fear of the consequences from either the law or bad press. Air pollution was commonly accepted as the smell of prosperity. Until this point, […]

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Sea Dragon: 180-Million-Year-Old Fossil of a Giant Sea Creature Discovered in the UK

Scientists have discovered a large sea creature’s fossilised remains from the bottom of a lagoon in England. Colloquially referred to as sea dragon, it is the only most complete fossil of the ancient sea creature obtained from the UK. The remains of the ichthyosaur—large extinct marine reptiles—were found in the Rutland Water Nature Reserve. A […]

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National Science Day: Know the man behind this celebration

India celebrates National Science Day every year on February 28, but do you know why we do that only on this date? Actually, it was on February 28, that a great Indian scientist discovered something so spectacular that it not only brought laurels to this country and him, but changed the way we looked at […]

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India’s Wonder Woman Kalpana Chawla

There are a few people in history who are loved and respected unconditionally for generations to come. Kalpana Chawla is one such person. This Indian-American astronaut is a role model for not only the women around the world but all the other people who desire to be an astronaut. She was the first India-born woman […]

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Parakram Diwas: Let’s celebrate the most enigmatic hero of our country

As India celebrates the 125th birth anniversary of one of the most charismatic leaders of our country, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, the government has decided to commemorate this day as Parakram Diwas. From now on every year January 23 would be celebrated as Parakram Diwas to honour Netaji’s “selfless service” to the nation. Let’s know […]

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These Ice Age drawings are more than 12,000 years old

A mastodon, giant sloths and huge horses… These are not the images from the new Ice Age movie but real drawings found on walls in the Columbian Amazon area.  British and Colombian archaeologists discovered a large display of ancient rock art. The rock art found in the Amazon rainforest carries images of the area’s earliest […]

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