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The First Citizen of India

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When Shri Ram Nath Kovind filed his nomination for the post of first citizen of India in 2017 backed by the ruling NDA coalition, it took India by suprise. When the expected candidates were some hard core right wing leaders like L K Advani, Murali Manohar Joshy, the BJP played a master political stroke by placing quite a low profile dalit personality to post and hence countering the arguments that they were anti-minorities. He soon began to be regarded as the Pratibha Patil (Former president who excercised nominal powers and was humiliated a rubberstamp president) of NDA.With Shri Ramnath Kovind in office for less than a year its yet to confirm on that premonition.

He with great alacrity approved the disqualification of 20 Members of Legislative Assembly of Delhi(for holding office of profit which is common among many MLA’s of different parties) who are from the Aam Aadmi Party which…

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Corporate Profile: Bristol-Myers Squibb — Supplierty News

Company Name: Bristol-Myers Squibb (Latest News) Industry: Pharmaceuticals Description: Bristol-Myers Squibb manufactures prescription pharmaceuticals in several therapeutic areas, including cancer, HIV/AIDS, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, hepatitis, rheumatoid arthritis and psychiatric disorders. (wikipedia) Links Supplier Diversity Website Small Business Website Register with the Company (Access Supplier Link) Category Opportunities Tier II Reporting Tier II Program? Yes Frequency: Quarterly…

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“In my walks, every man I meet is my superior in some way, and in that I learn from him.”…

One with all randomly

Facts World

Facts is something we don’t know. There is curiosity to know new things, gossips, news, etc around us. Lets look on some random facts which will increase your knowledge.

1. Sprout Paper

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One of the most popular national daily newspaper “Mainichi” in Japan circulated an entirely recyclable newspaper. It had plant seeds embedded in the news print. After reading you could plant the newspaper directly into soil and it would grow it.

2. Broccoli

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Broccoli is man made vegetable. Even though it was made over 2000 years ago. By farmers breeding different types of Cabbage.

3. Smile

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Studies have found that Smiling is 69% more attractive than wearing makeup. So girls be happy and smile because real beauty lies in your smile.

4. Spices and Herbs

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The difference between herbs and spices: Herbs come from the leaf of the plant, while spices come from other parts such as…

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Rosemary Gilliat’s Arctic Diary

Library and Archives Canada Blog

By Katie Kendall

In June 1960, photographer Rosemary Gilliat (later known as Rosemary Gilliat Eaton), along with journalist Barbara Hinds, travelled across the Arctic. Northern Affairs Canada and the National Film Board of Canada sponsored her journey. Her assignment in Iqaluit (formerly Frobisher Bay, Nunavut), Kuujjuag (formerly Fort Chimo, Quebec), Kangiqsualujjuag (formerly George River, Quebec), Killiniq (formerly Port Burwell, Nunavut), and Cape Dorset (Nunavut), was to take photographs of life in the north. During this period, Gilliat kept an extensive diary of her travels, describing the people, places, ways of life, events, and even the flora and fauna she encountered.

A colour photograph of two women fishing on the banks of a water body. They are standing on rocks and there are ice floes in the water. Rosemary Gilliat (L) and Barbara Hinds (R) fishing (MIKAN 4731485)

As a practicum student at Library and Archives Canada (LAC) this term, I read the diary in full, taking note of important dates, people, places, and events. This will help improve the archival descriptions of Gilliat’s…

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Buddha

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Born

c. 563 BCE or c. 480 BCE

Lumbini,Shakya Republic(according to Buddhist tradition)

Died

c. 483 BCE or c. 400 BCE (aged 80)

Kushinagar,Malla Republic(according to Buddhist tradition)

Parents

Gautama Buddha(c. 563 BCE/480 BCE – c. 483 BCE/400 BCE), also known asSiddhārtha Gautama,Shakyamuni Buddha, or simply theBuddha.

The Buddhist tradition regardsLumbini, in present-dayNepalto be the birthplace of the Buddha.He grew up inKapilavastu.The exact site of ancient Kapilavastu is unknown.

It may have been eitherPiprahwa,Uttar Pradesh, present-day India,orTilaurakot, present-dayNepal.Both places belonged to the Sakya territory, and are located only 15 miles apart.

Gautama was born as aKshatriya, the son ofŚuddhodana, “an elected chief of theShakya clan“.

His mother,Maya(Māyādevī), Suddhodana’s wife, was a

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