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Climate Change

Climate Describes The Average Weather of a Particular Part Of the world At Different Times of the Year The climate can shift because of natural changes either within the climate system such as in the oceans or atmosphere or outside of it such as in the amount of solar energy reaching the Earth. Volcanic activity is an Earth-based event that is considered outside of the climate system but that can have a Pronounced effect on it. An additional emerging factor is the effect of human activities on climate. Many of these activities are producing effects comparable to the natural forces that influence the climate. Changes in land use through activities such as deforestation, the building of cities, the storage and use of water, and the use of energy are all important factors locally. The urban heat island is an example of very local Climate change. Causes Of Climate Change Are Divided Into Two Types:      1)Natural Causes The atmosphere important gasses live in the rest of the 1% of dry air, t…

Richard H. Thaler

Richard H. Thaler is an American Economist And the Ralph and Dorothy Keller Distinguished Service Professor of Behavioral Science and Economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Thaler has written a number of books intended for a lay reader on the subject of behavioral finance, including Quasi-rational Economics and The Winner's Curse, the latter of which contains many of his Anomalies columns revised and adapted for a popular audience. His leitmotif is that market-based approaches are incomplete.
He is quoted as saying, conventional economics assumes that people are highly rational super rational and unemotional. They can calculate like a computer and have no self-control problems Dr. Thaler's contributions have built a bridge between the economic and psychological analyses of individual decision-making. His empirical findings and theoretical insights have been instrumental in creating the new and rapidly expanding field of behavioural economics, which has h…

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons

The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) is a Coalition of Non-Government Organizations in One Hundred Countries advocating for a strong and effective Nuclear Weapon ban treaty. Negotiations On this New Global Agreement will take Place at the United Nations in New York in 2017. ICAN was launched publicly at Two Events, the first on 23 April 2007 in Melbourne, Australia, where Funds had been raised to establish the campaign, and the second on 30 April 2007 in Vienna at a meeting of State Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons. National Campaigns have been Organized in Dozens of Countries in every region of the world. The ICAN is Made up of 468 partner organizations in 101 countries. Citation needed The campaign's staff team is located in Geneva, Switzerland, From Where it Provides On going Coordination and Management of the Campaign. ICAN operates on a partnership model. Any organization that agrees with the campaign’s aims and does not u…

Kazuo Ishiguro

Kazuo Ishiguro is a Nobel Prize Winning British Novelist, Screenwriter, and Short Story Writer. He was born in Nagasaki, Japan his family moved to England in 1960. Ishiguro graduated from the University of Kent with a bachelor's degree in English and Philosophy in 1978 and Gained his Master's from the University of East Anglia's Creative Writing Course in 1980. Ishiguro is Considered One of the Most celebrated Contemporary Fiction authors in the English-speaking world, having received Four Man Booker Prize nominations and winning the 1989 award for his novel The Remains of the Day. His 2005 novel, Never Let Me Go, was named by Time as the Best novel of 2005 and included in its list of the 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to 2005. His seventh novel, The Buried Giant, was Published in 2015. Growing up in a Japanese family in the UK was Crucial to his writing, as he says, enabling him to see things from a different perspective to many of his British peers. He has also…

Kip S.Thorne

Thorne was born in Logan, Utah on June 1, 1940. His father was an Agronomist, His mother Alison Thorne, was an Economist and the first woman to receive a Ph.D. in the Economics Department of Iowa State College. Raised in an academic environment, two of his four siblings also Became Professors. Thorne's parents were members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Mormons and raised Thorne in the LDS faith, Though he now Describes himself as atheist. Regarding his views on science and religion, Thorne has stated: "There are large numbers of my finest colleagues who are quite devout and believe in God, There is no fundamental incompatibility between Science and religion. I happen to not believe in God. He was the Feynman Professor of Theoretical Physics at the California Institute of Technology Caltech until 2009 and is one of the world's leading experts on the astrophysical implications of Einstein's general theory of relativity. He continues to do scientific …

Barry C.Barish

Barry Clark Barish is an American experimental physicist and Nobel Laureate. He is a Linde Professor of Physics, emeritus at California Institute of Technology. He is a leading expert on gravitational waves. Barish was born in Omaha, Nebraska, the Son of Lee and Harold Barish. His parents' families were Jewish immigrants from a part of Poland that is now in Belarus. Just after World War II, the family moved to Los Feliz in Los Angeles. He attended John Marshall High School and other Schools. He earned his B.A. in physics (1957) and his Ph.D. in experimental high energy physics (1962) at the University of California, Berkeley. He joined Caltech in 1963 as part of a new experimental effort in particle physics using frontier particle accelerators at the national laboratories. First Barish's experiments were performed at Fermilab using high-energy neutrino collisions to reveal the quark substructure of the nucleon. These experiments Were among the first to observe the weak neutral c…

Rainer Weiss

Rainer Weiss Is an American physicist, known for his Contributions in Gravitational Physics and Astrophysics. He is a professor of physics Emeritus at MIT and an adjunct professor at LSU. He is best-Known for inventing the laser interferometric Technique which is the Basic operation of LIGO. He was Chair of the COBE Science Working Group Rainer Weiss was born on September 29, 1932 in Berlin, Germany, the son of Gertrude Loesner and Frederick A. Weiss. His mother, a Christian, was an actress. His father, a physician, neurologist, and psychoanalyst, was forced out of Germany by Nazis because he was Jewish and an active member of the Communist Party. The family fled first to Prague, but Germany's occupation of Czechoslovakia after the 1938 Munich Agreement caused them to flee; the philanthropic Stix family of St. Louis enabled them to obtain visas to enter the United States. He Made Pioneering Measurements of the Spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation, and then was co-fo…

Michael W.Young

Michael Warren Young Born is an American Biologist and Geneticist. He has dedicated over three Fecades to Research studying Genetically controlled patterns of sleep and wakefulness within Drosophila Melanogaster. Michael W. Young was born in Miami, Florida, on March 28, 1949. His father Worked for Olin Mathieson Chemical Corporation managing aluminum ingot Sales for the south eastern United States. His Mother worked for a law Firm as a Secretary. Despite no history of science or medicine in either of their backgrounds, Young’s parents were supportive of his interest in science and provided the means of scientific exploration through microscopes and telescopes. They lived in an environment close to private zoos, where occasionally some of the animals would escape into their backyard and spark Young's Scientific Interest He joined Rockefeller University as an assistant professor. From 1978 on he was involved in the University, Serving as associate professor in 1984 and later named pr…

Michael Rosbash

Michael Rosbash was born in Kansas City, Missouri. His parents, Hilde and Alfred Rosbash, were Jewish refugees who left Nazi Germany in 1938.His father was a cantor, which, in Judaism, is a person who leads the congregation in Prayer. Rosbash’s family moved to Boston when he was two years old, and he has been an avid Red Sox fan ever since. Initially, Rosbash Was Interested in Mathematics But an Undergraduate Biology Course at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and a summer of Working in Norman Davidson’s lab steered him towards biological research. Rosbash graduated from Caltech in 1965 with a Degree in Chemistry, spent a year at the Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique in Paris on the Fulbright Scholarship, And Obtained a Doctoral degree in biophysics in 1970 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology under Sheldon Penman. After spending three years on a postdoctoral fellowship in genetics at the University of Edinburgh, Rosbash joined the Brandeis University facul…

Jeffrey C.Hall

Jeffrey Hall was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in the suburbs of Washington D.C., while his father worked as a reporter for the Associated Press, covering the U.S. Senate. Hall's father, Joseph W. Hall ,He is an American geneticist and Chronobiologist. Hall is Professor Emeritus of Biology at Brandeis University and currently resides in Cambridge, Maine. Hall Spent his Career examining the neurological Component of fly Courtship and behavioral rhythms. Through his Research on the Neurology and Behavior of Drosophila Melanogaster, Hall Uncovered essential mechanisms of Biological clocks and shed light on the Foundations for sexual differentiation in the Nervous system. He was Elected to the National Academy of Sciences for his revolutionary Work in the field of Chronobiology Hall found his passion in biology. For his senior project, to gain experience in formal research, Hall began working with Philip Ives. Hall reported that Ives was one of the most influential people he en…

Richard Henderson

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has Just been Awarded To Richard Henderson Born 19 July 1945 is a Scottish Molecular Biologist and Biophysicist and Pioneer in the Field of Electron Microscopy of Biological Molecules. Henderson worked on the structure and mechanism of Chymotrypsin for his Ph.D. with David Blow at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology. This interest in Membrane proteins led to him Working on voltage-gated sodium channels as a post-doctoral researcher at Yale University. Returning to the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in 1975, Henderson Worked with Nigel Unwin to Study the Structure of the Membrane Protein Bacteriorhodopsin by Electron Microscopy. Henderson was educated at Boroughmuir High School and Edinburgh University B.Sc. Hons in Physics, 1st Class. He completed his PhD research under the supervision of David Blow at the Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology and Received the Degree from Cambridge University in 1969. He has worked at the Medical …

Joachim Frank

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has Just been Awarded To Joachim Frank. He Born 12 September 1940 is a German-Born American Biophysicist at Columbia University, New York City and a Nobel laureate. He is Regarded as the Founder of Single-Particle Cryo-Electron Microscopy (Cryo-EM)  Frank Obtained his Ph.D. from the Technical University of Munich for Graduate studies in Walter Hoppe’s lab at the Max Planck Investigations of high-Resolution electron micrographs using image difference and reconstruction Methods (1970). The thesis explores the use of digital image Processing and Optical Diffraction in the Analysis of electron Micrographs, and Alignment of images using the Cross-Correlation Function. 1998 Frank was appointed Investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI). Since 2003 he was also lecturer at Columbia University, and he joined Columbia University in 2008 as Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics and of Biological Sciences.
In 2017, He Received the Nobel Prize…

Jacques Dubochet

The Nobel Prize in Chemistry has just been awarded to Jacques Dubochet, Jacques Dubochet Born 8 June 1942 is a retired Swiss biophysicist. He is a former researcher at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, Germany, and an honorary professor of biophysics at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. From 1978 to 1987, Jacques Dubochet was group leader at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Heidelberg, then part of West Germany. From 1987 to 2007, he was professor at the University of Lausanne. In 2007, at 65 years old, he retired and became an honorary professor at the University of Lausanne. During his Career, Jacques Dubochet Developed Technologies in cryo-electron microscopy, cryo-electron tomography and cryo-electron microscopy of vitreous sections. These technologies are used to image individual biological structures such as Protein Complexes or virus particles. At Lausanne he took part in initiatives to make scientists more aware of social issues. Duboch…

The Sport Elephant Polo

The World Elephant Polo Association Established the governing rules for Elephant Polo in 1982 the association has its headquarters at the Tiger Tops Jungle Lodge in the Royal Chitwan Park in Nepal, which is where the World Elephant Polo Tournament played every year on a grassy airfield in Megauly. This tournament is played within a small circuit of Nepal and Thailand. Elephant Polo originated in Meghauli, Nepal. Tiger Tops in Nepal remains the headquarters of elephant polo and the site of the World Elephant Polo Championships. Elephant Polo is a Variant of Polo Played while riding elephants. It is played in Nepal, Sri Lanka, Rajasthan (India), and Thailand. England and Scotland regularly field teams. Equipment consists of a standard polo ball and six to ten foot cane (similar to bamboo) sticks with A Polo Mallet head on the end. The pitch is three-quarters of the length of a standard polo pitch, due to the lower speed of the elephants. Two people ride each elephant; the elephants are st…

United Nation And Its Agencies

The United Nations is an International Organization founded in 1945.  It is currently made up of 193 Member States. The mission and work of the United Nations are guided by the purposes and principles contained in its Founding Charter. The UN also Provides a Forum for its members to Express their views in the General Assembly, the Security Council, the Economic and Social Council, and other bodies and Committees. By enabling dialogue between its Members, and by hosting negotiations, the Organization has Become a mechanism for governments to find areas of Agreement and solve Problems Together. Specialized Agencies are autonomous organizations working with the United Nations and each other through the coordinating machinery of the United Nations Economic and Social Council at the intergovernmental level, and through the Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB) at the inter-secretariat Level. The Specialized Agencies are listed below. 1.International Civil Aviation Organization The Inte…

Madia Gond

Madia Gonds or Madia or Maria are one of the endogamous Gond tribes living in Chandrapur District and Gadchiroli District of Maharashtra State, and Bastar division of Chhattisgad State India. They have been granted the status of a Primitive tribal group by the Government of India under its affirmative action or reservation programme. The Madia Gonds are strongly affected by Naxal activities. The Madia Gond use the self designation Madia, and call the area where they live Madia Desh. They Speak the Madia dialect of Gondi.The Shifting Agriculture of madia is Known As Jhoom. A study mentions living Megalithic practices amongst the Madia Gonds. One of the findings of The Bench Mark Survey done in 1997–1998 : 91.08 % of Madia Gond Families lived Below Poverty Line. Madias today are doctors, teachers, government employees and Naxalites. Performance of school going Madia children is on par with other children of Maharashtra state, a Madia girl student has figured in the merit list of Candidate…

The Paris Agreement

The Paris Agreement Paris climate accord or Paris climate agreement, is an agreement within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) dealing with greenhouse gas emissions mitigation, adaptation and finance starting in the year 2020. The language of the agreement was negotiated by representatives of 196 parties at the 21st Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC in Paris and adopted by consensus on 12 December 2015. As of October 2017, 195 UNFCCC members have signed the agreement, 168 of which have ratified it. In the Paris Agreement, each Country Determines, plans and regularly reports its own contribution it should make in order to mitigate global warming. There is no mechanism to force a country to set a specific target by a specific date, But each target should go beyond previously set targets. The Paris Agreement strengthens the global climate effort by requiring all countries to set climate goals and by establishing new mechanisms to hold countries account…

World War II

World War II was one of the great watersheds of 20th-century geopolitical history. It resulted in the extension of the Soviet Union’s power to nations of eastern Europe, enabled a communist movement to eventually achieve power in China, and marked the decisive shift of power in the world away from the states of western Europe and toward the United States and the Soviet Union. The devastation of the Great War (as World War I was known at the time) had greatly destabilized Europe, and in many respects World War II grew out of issues left unresolved by that earlier conflict. In particular, political and economic instability in Germany, and lingering resentment over the harsh terms imposed by the Versailles Treaty, fueled the rise to power of Adolf Hitler and his National Socialist (Nazi) Party. After becoming Reich Chancellor in 1933, Hitler swiftly consolidated power, anointing himself F├╝hrer (supreme leader) in 1934. Obsessed with the idea of the superiority of the “pure” German race, wh…

U.S Presidents Club

The Presidents Club may be unofficial, but it is not a metaphor or a figure of speech: the fraternity of presidents has a history, rules, taboos, resentments, partnerships, days of mourning and thanksgiving. At a time of deep political division, the club is a place where members from both parties come together to get work done, rewrite their own histories, sometimes compete and squabble and fight—but also remind us of what political the Presidents club became an actual fraternity, an abiding alliance between sitting and former Presidents born of the experiences they had shared, the mistakes they avoided and the opportunities they seized. Presidents can do more together than apart, and they all know it, and so they join forces as needed, to consult, complain, console, pressure, protect, redeem.
 Washington has referred to the Senate as “the world’s most exclusive club.” But Americans were reminded last week that presidents have a club of their own, albeit one that rarely meets. With onl…

Dakshinayan Abhiyan

‘Dakshinayan Abhiyan’ a Movement That sprung up last year through a Collective Desire to Forge Solidarity between all Progressive forces, will hold a national convention in Goa from November 18 to 20. Dakshinayan Abhiyan has Appealed all the Citizens including scientists, writers, professors, teachers and students to attend the meeting scheduled to be held on Monday, 7th August 2017 at Conference Hall of Goa Union of Journalists, , Shrama Shakti Bhavan, Patto – Panaji at 5:30 pm. to press for demands to allocate at least 3% of GDP to scientific and technological. A Constant drumbeat broke through the Murmuring of Hundreds of Voices, old and young, men and women. Margao, the Cultural capital of Goa, had spent the last few Weeks preparing to host hundreds of visitors from all over the Country. For three days in November, the Dakshinayan Rashtriya Parishad was to Organise the biggest demonstration. Describing Goa as the most suitable place for the convention because of its immense cultural …

Censorship in India

Censorship in India, which Involves the Suppression of speech or Other Public communication, raises issues of freedom of speech, Which is protected by the Indian constitution. The Constitution of India guarantees freedom of Expression but Places certain restrictions on content, with a view Towards maintaining communal and religious Harmony, Given the history of communal Tension in the nation. According to the Information Technology Rules 2011, objectionable content includes anything that “threatens the unity, integrity, Defence, security or sovereignty of India, friendly relations with foreign states or public order". In 2017, the Freedom in the World report by Freedom House gave India a freedom rating of 2.5, a civil liberties rating of 3, and a political rights rating of 2, earning it the designation of free. The rating scale runs from 1 (most free) to 7 (least free).
Film censorship Becomes Necessary Because a film Motivates thought and action and assures a high degree of attent…

Shobha De

Shobha De was Born As Shobha Rajadhyaksha to a Saraswat Brahmin Hindu family. in Satara, Maharashtra, India and brought up in Girgaon, Mumbai, India. She started her career as a model along with Zeenat Aman. De is best known for her Depiction of Socialites and Sex in her works of fiction, for which she has come to be Known as the "Jackie Collins of India" She began a career in Journalism in 1970, During the course of which she founded and edited three magazines—Stardust, Society, and Celebrity. Stardust magazine, published by Mumbai-based Magna Publishing Co. Ltd., was started by Nari Hira in 1971 and became popular under the editorship of Shobhaa De. In the 1980s, she contributed to the Sunday magazine section of The Times of India. In her columns, she used to explore the socialite life in Mumbai lifestyles of the celebrities. At present, she is a freelance writer and columnist for several newspapers and magazines. Shobhaa De runs four weekly columns in mainstream newspapers,…

The Huffington Post

The Huffington Post was founded by Andrew Breitbart, Arianna Huffington, Kenneth Lerer, and Jonah Peretti on May 9, 2005. It has an active community, with over one million comments made on the site each Month. Prior to The Huffington Post, Huffington Hosted the Website Ariannaonline.com. Her first foray into the Internet was the Website Resignation.com, which called for the Resignation of President Bill Clinton and was a rallying place for Conservatives Opposing Clinton. In August 2016, Arianna Huffington Stepped down from her longtime role as editor-in-chief to pursue other ventures, and in December of that Year Was officially succeeded by Lydia Polgreen.  Approximately June 2007, the site Launched its First local Version, HuffPost Chicago. The Site offers News, Satire, Blogs, and original content and covers politics, Business, Entertainment,Technology, Popular media, lifestyle, Culture, Comedy, Healthy living, Women's interests, and local news.
The Huffington Post Was launched on Ma…

The Telegraph

The Telegraph is widely regarded as a National "Newspaper of Tecord" and it Maintains an international Reputation for Quality, Having Been Described by the BBC as Being "one of the world's great titles". The paper's Motto, "Was, is, and will be", appears in the editorial pages and has featured in every edition of the newspaper since 19 April 1858. The Telegraph, is a National British daily Broadsheet Newspaper Published in London By Telegraph Media Group and Distributed across the United Kingdom and Internationally. The Daily Telegraph and Courier was founded by Colonel Arthur B. Sleigh in June 1855 to air a personal grievance against the future commander-in-chief of the British Army, Prince George, Duke of Cambridge. Joseph Moses Levy, the owner of The Sunday Times, agreed to print the newspaper, and the first edition was published on 29 June 1855. The paper cost 2d and was four pages long. Nevertheless, the first edition Stressed the quality and I…

Baiju Patil Photographer

Baiju Patil City Based photo-artist the prestigious Sanctuary RBS Wildlife Award 2009 in the individual category. Baiju received the award at a programme held in Mumbai. He had sent five pictures for the contest out of which three were selected. His picture of egrets resting on the trees in the night was critically appreciated. "The picture is special because it was taken at night near a waterbody in Aurangabad District. He used the low-shutter Speed Technique to Capture the Birds Sleeping," Baiju has been in the field of photography for the last 11 years and has organised photo exhibitions of birds and animal shot by him travelling to different parts of the country. He is a recipient of a number of state, national and international awards. Baiju Book Named WILDSCAPE Has Been launched Recently at Raj Bhavan in Mumbai by the hands of  Governor of Maharashtra Dr. K. Shankarnarayan and Business Tycoon Mukesh Ambani, published by M.D. of prestigious printing media house Lokmat Mr. …

Cable News Network

Cable News Network (CNN) is An American basic cable And Satellite Television news channel Owned by the Turner Broadcasting System, a Division of Time Warner. CNN was founded in 1980 by American media proprietor Ted Turner as a 24-hour cable news channel. Upon its launch, CNN was the first television channel to provide 24-Hour news Coverage, and was the first all-News Television Channel in the United States. The Cable News Network was launched at 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time on June 1, 1980. After an introduction by Ted Turner, the husband and wife team of David Walker and Lois Hart anchored the channel's first newscast. Burt Reinhardt, the executive vice president of CNN at its launch, hired most of the channel's first 200 employees, including the network's first news anchor, Bernard Shaw. Since its debut, CNN has expanded its reach to a number of cable and satellite television providers, several websites, and specialized closed-circuit channels such as CNN Airport. The company ha…

Tom Alter

Tom Alter, the son and Grandson of American Presbyterian Missionaries who First Came to India in 1916, grew up in north India in the towns of Rajpur and Mussoorie, and studied at Woodstock School. It was while teaching at a school in Jagadhri, Haryana in the early 1970s that Alter picked honed his Hindi and fell in love with the movies, in specific Indian cinema. In that era television was not common in India and so most people went to the movies, often several times a week. After graduating from FTII, Alter headed straight to Bombay and soon got his first break in the Dev Anand starrer Saheb Bahadur (1977) directed by Chetan Anand. However first release was Ramanand Sagar's Charas. This was followed by roles in Ram Bharose, Hum Kisise Kum Nahin, Parvarish. He dubbed for actor Jeevan for the innocent person of the twin roles played by Jeevan in film Amar Akbar Anthony. Alter was fluent in Hindi, Urdu and was knowledgeable about Indian culture. He could also read Urdu and was fond of…

Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey Born Orpah Gail Winfrey 29 January 1954 is an American Media Proprietor, talk show Host, actress, Producer, and philanthropist. She is best known for her talk show The Oprah Winfrey Show, which was the highest-rated television program of its kind in history and was nationally syndicated from 1986 to 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. Dubbed the "Queen of All Media" she has been ranked the richest African-American, the greatest black philanthropist in American history, and is North America's first multi-billionaire black person. Several assessments rank her as the most influential woman in the world She entered Tennessee State University in 1971 and began working in radio and television broadcasting in Nashville.She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama. Oprah Winfrey in 1998 received an Achievement Award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. In 2011 Oprah Winfrey received a Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award from t…

What Is Triple Talaq

Triple Talaq, Also Known as Talaq-e-Biddat, Instant Divorce The Second one is Khula. This is a Divorce which is at the ‘Request’ of the Wife. In this Case the Woman Has to make an offer of divorce to the man. The man must accept the offer with consideration, which often means the woman, has to give back the Meher Taken During Marriage. After These two steps, a Khula is granted. Muslim Man to legally Divorce his wife by Uttering Talaq (Arab word for divorce) thrice. It also permitted the Muslim community to initiate a divorce through various means such as verbal, written or even Electronic Form. Islamic law recognises two kinds of talaq namely talaq al sunna which works as per the dictates of Prophet Mohammad and Talaq-ul bidat which is an innovation born out of the strict dictates of the prophet. Talaq ul bidat appeared in the second century when Omayyad rulers found laws proposed by the Prophet were too strict. Several Muslim majority nations have banned triple talaq.
Nikah is essential…

Warli Paintings

The Warli tribe is one of the Largest in India, Located Outside of Mumbai. Despite being close to one of the largest cities in India, the Warli reject much of contemporary culture. The style of Warli Painting Was not recognised until the 1970s, Even though the Tribal style of art is Thought to date back as early as 10th century A.D. The Warli Culture is Centered around the concept of Mother Nature and Elements Of Nature are Often Focal points Depicted in Warli Painting. The Tribe has Been Using Basic Materials for painting like rice paste with water and gum for the white Paint and a Bamboo stick that has been Chewed on that serves as a brush. It is this simple charm that has attracted Designers like Anita Dongre and James Ferreira to use the paintings in their collections. Invented Way before the age of cell phones, smileys and Emoticons, Warli paintings don’t just pull at your Heartstrings thanks to their rustic charm, they also tell a vivid story. Such is the Charm of this ancient a…

The Dawn Newspaper

DAWN is Pakistan's oldest and most widely read English-language newspaper. One of the country's three largest English-language dailies, it is the flagship of the Dawn Group of Newspapers, published by Pakistan Herald Publications. It was founded by Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah in Delhi, India, on 26 October 1941 as a mouthpiece for the Muslim League. The first issue was printed at Latifi Press on 12 October 1942. The newspaper has offices in Karachi (Sindh), Lahore (Punjab), and the federal capital Islamabad, and representatives abroad. As of 2010, it has a weekday circulation of over 109,000. The CEO of Dawn Group is Hameed Haroon, and the Current editor of Dawn is Zaffar Abbas. On 24 March 2016, it Became the first newspaper to oppose the resumption of the death penalty in Pakistan Dawn began as a weekly publication, published in New Delhi in 1941. Under the instruction Mr. Jinnah, it became the official organ of the All India Muslim League in Delhi, and the sole voice of …

Special Investigation Team

The Special Investigation Teams or SIT Are a specialized team of officers in Indian law enforcement consisting of personnel trained to investigate serious crimes. The SIT is formed when the existing investigative agencies are not perceived to be able to conduct a proper investigation in the matter. The sole purpose of SIT is to conduct free and fare investigation and bring the culprit to justice. SIT on any case can be formed by the Supreme Court of India, Central as well as state government.
However all full-time SIT investigators are Former law enforcement personnel or have worked for law enforcement agencies. The SIT claims to be dedicated to maintaining one law, ensuring equal Justice before the law among both the police and the public. Their goal is to ensure that the Criminal law is Applied appropriately to police conduct, as Determined through independent investigations, increasing Public Confidence in the Police services.