MeT Predicts Snowfall In Kashmir On December 9, 10

Srinagar- Weatherman on Saturday said that there was a possibility of light to moderate snowfall in Kashmir from December 9 to 10. “As per today’s model analysis, there is possibility of light snow over plains and lower reaches, light to moderate snow over middle and higher reaches during 9th December (evening) to 10th December (evening) particularly … Read more

15 Books Everyone Should Read At Least Once

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Article by: Aayushi Gupta [15 Books everyone should read at least once] Have you ever tried to pick your next read and felt overwhelmed by the sheer number of choices? With approximately 130 million books in the world and more and more coming out every day, it is increasingly difficult to decide what to read … Read more

International Scholarships for Indian Students: The ultimate guide

Scholarships for Indian Students If you happen to be an Indian student seeking opportunities to study abroad, then you’ll be pleased to know that international scholarships for Indian students are offered by many governments, organizations and specific universities. Below is a diverse selection of international scholarships on offer to Indian students, divided by funding type and desired place … Read more

‘23.8% children use smartphones while in bed, 37.15% losing concentration’

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New Delhi, Mar 23: Around 23.8 per cent of children use smartphones while they are in bed before going to sleep and 37.15 per cent of children have experienced reduced levels of concentration due to smartphone use as per a study, Parliament was informed on Wednesday. Minister of State for Electronics and IT Rajeev Chandrasekhar told … Read more

Burzahom archaeological site: Great History I

The is taken from Burzahom and the origin of Kashmir from Ganaie. Please Go to Ganaie for full article The Burzahom (3000 BCE to 1000 BCE.) is an archaeological and UNESCO World Heritage site located in the Valley of Kashmir which dates back to 3000 BC and 1000 BC. It coexisted with the Indus valley civilization (3300 – c. 1300 … Read more

MCC adds new rule in Cricket

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Cricketers will not be allowed to use saliva to shine the ball while the rarely used but entirely permissible “Mankad” method of dismissing batters will not be listed under unfair play in new laws approved by the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). Cricketers have used the age-old method of shining one side of the ball with … Read more

Vikings, human sacrifice and bad hygiene: Early Islamic descriptions of Russia and Ukraine

BY: Shafik Mandhai Editor’s note: The excerpts and accounts found in this article are based on translations of works by Ibn Fadlan and other Muslim writers published in “Ibn Fadlan and the Land of Darkness: Arab Travellers in the Far North” (Penguin Classics). They include descriptions of ritual abuse and murder that may be distressing … Read more