History of Ayodhya–City of Faith

History of Ayodhya–City of Faith

Ayodhya is a city in the State of Uttar Pradesh, India. It is the headquarters of the Ayodhya District and Division. Zahir ud-Din Muhammad Babar found Ayodhya. He ordered it to be built 500 years ago. It took two years to assemble the structure. They completed it in 1529, the year before he died. They form the word Ayodhya derivative of the Sanskrit verb Yudh, ‘to fight, to wage war’. The Yodhya is the future passive meaning ‘to be fought’, the whole, therefore, means with a negative prefix “not to be fought” or in English “invincible”

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Unknown facts of raw agent Ravindra Kaushik-Black tiger

Unknown facts of raw agent Ravindra Kaushik-Black tiger

There are lots of unsung Indian heroes who stand up and fight and have given everything to our country but they never get noticed or we can say they never got the credit for their sacrifice. Some get the spotlight and some stay in the dark and contribute just as much as the others. One such remarkable story is of Ravindra Kaushik aka Black Tiger, who went undercover for RAW (Research and Analysis Wing) at a very young age. Ravindra Kaushik was born on 11th April 1952 and brought up in Sri Ganganagar, a small town close to the Pakistan International Border.

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Does Whatsapp file a case against the government in the supreme court?

Does Whatsapp file a case against the government in the supreme court?

WhatsApp has sued in Delhi against the Indian government seeking to dam regulations coming into force on Wednesday that experts say would compel Facebook’s (FB. O) messaging app to interrupt privacy protections, sources said. The case asks the Delhi supreme court to declare that one of the new IT rules could also violate privacy rights in India’s constitution since it requires social media companies to spot the “first originator of information” when authorities demand it, people conversant in the lawsuit told Reuters.

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GOVERNMENT OF INDIA'S NEW GUIDELINES FOR SOCIAL MEDIA COMPANIES

Will social media giants obey Indian government guidelines?

The day has come! India has taken its first step in controlling BIG TECH. Particularly those into Social Media. But wait! Don’t get the wrong idea from whatever else you’ve been reading. India hasn’t decided to ban social media per se. That’s just sensationalizing what really happened. Something we’re not going to do here. So let’s actually find out why such headlines are popping up everywhere.

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The mystery of nine unknown men of king Ashoka

The mystery of nine unknown men of king Ashoka

The world is full of wonders and marvels that have never failed to leave people inexplicably puzzled, whether it is a secret society that works behind closed doors such as Illuminati or something as perplexing as the Bermuda Triangle. There are several unexplained mysteries in the world, as today we will try to shed some light on a very mysterious story of Emperor Ashoka’s secret society that may or may not be controlling the world today.

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What is an oximeter and how does it work?

What is an oximeter and how does it work?

The second wave of COVID-19 hit hard on the nation. It truly tested out our medical infrastructure and gloriously displayed its flaws. But amid all this, everyone is trying to do the very best they can to protect themselves consciously. One such measure is the use of a device called an “oximeter,” whose function is to tell you your blood oxygen concentration and because COVID is a respiratory disease. This device plays a huge role in protecting yourself amid this pandemic.

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What are the top 10 ways to improve morning routine

What are the top 10 ways to improve morning routine?

A Good Morning routine sets the mood for the rest of the day. It basically sets the productivity tone. In fact, a good morning routine that leads to productivity is a science that you can implement in your life. It keeps you active throughout the day. What is a good morning routine? The answer is no one can tell you what makes the best morning routine for you but you. It is because everyone is different with preferences, styles, and biological terms.

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