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Empowerment Alone Can Help Our Women

Provide a Safe Space When it comes to women empowerment, safety comes first. Though the society has been pretty much aware about gender equity yet it has been seen lacking in practical terms. Safety is the basic right for every woman despite of location, education, background or religion. It serves …

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The Bold and Beautiful Woman!!!!!

The Bold and Beautiful Woman!!!!! We have all met a woman who left a lasting impression in our hearts. She could be your mother, sister, friend or aunt. Read on to know in whom the author met her bold and beautiful lady. Most of the people I know call her …

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Benefits of Network Automation

Network automation is the process of automating the configuration, management, testing, deployment, and operations of physical and virtual devices within a network. Every day network tasks and functions are performed automatically. Using a combination of hardware and software-based solutions, large organizations, service providers, and enterprises can implement network automation to …

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Are the Indian Girls Safe?

I am expounding on the foul play looked by the ladies in our nation in light of the fact that from the previous three-four years I have been perusing and tuning in about least 2 to 3 abominations looked by ladies consistently thus I needed to find out about where …

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Who are India’s real traitors?

It is India’s wealthy elite that is turning its back on the nation and its people, not Arundhati Roy The writer Arundhati Roy, once a national heroine for being the first Indian to win the Booker prize, today finds herself a reviled figure. The demonisation of Roy has taken just …

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Maulavi Muhammad Baqar: Hero or Traitor of 1857?

Rana Safvi explores the life of Urdu journalist Maulavi Muhammad Baqar, who recorded the siege of Delhi during the 1857 mutiny in his paper Dehli Urdu Akhbar. Suppression of the Indian Revolt by the English. Credit: Wikimedia Commons Vasily Vereshchagin’s Suppression of the Indian Revolt by the English. Credit: Wikimedia …

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