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From A Delivery Boy To An Auto-Driver And Now A Pilot, Here's Shrikant Pantawane's Inspirational Story!

From A Delivery Boy To

Nagpur's Shrikant Pantawane, an auto-driver and son of a security guard, started working early in life as a delivery boy to support his family's dwindling finances. Later he took to driving an auto to make ends meet. At a very young age Shrikant was burdened with responsibilities and he would balance both his job and studies to support his family. 

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अकबर के 10 वर्षों की सफलता को महाराणा प्रताप ने केवल 1 वर्ष के अंदर मिटा दिया था!

अकबर क 10 वरष क

आज महाराणा प्रताप की जन्‍म जयंती (9 May 1540 – 29 January 1597) है। इस देश के कांग्रेसी और वामपंथी इतिहासकारों से अच्‍छे तो विदेशी इतिहासकार कर्नल जेम्‍स टाड हैं, जिनके कारण हमें मेवाड़ का वास्‍तविक इतिहास का पता चलता है। अकबर ने 10 वर्ष लगाकर मेवाड़ के जिन क्षेत्रों को विजित किया था, महाराणा प्रताप ने अपने पुत्र अमर सिंह के साथ मिलकर केवल एक वर्ष में न केवल उन क्षेत्रों को जीत लिया, बल्कि उससे कहीं अधिक क्षेत्र अपने राज्‍य में मिला लिया, जो उन्‍हें राज्‍यारोहण के वक्‍त मिला था।

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Innovation And India’s Role In The Knowledge Economy

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Dear friends, let me share with you "Innovation ecosystem to empower Indian innovations". I will discuss about few instances of Indian innovations.

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She Works As Maid In Five Houses, And She Still Managed To Secure 84% Marks In Class 12 Exams

She Works As Maid In Five Houses and she still managed to secure 84 marks in class 12 exams

17-year-old Shalini will certainly provide inspiration, motivation and optimism to lot many people who face challenges in their life.  Shalini has scored 84 per cent in her Class 12 exam (in the science stream). Her result may sound ordinary, but her journey has been quite extraordinary.

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Fifteen Indian Inventions And Discoveries That Shaped the Modern World - Part 1

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According to the celebrated American author of The Story of Civilization, Will Durant, "It is true that even across the Himalayan barrier, India has sent to the West such gifts as grammar and logic, philosophy and fables, hypnotism and chess, and above all numerals and the decimal system.

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