Why Teachers’ Day is celebrated on September 5 And Talk About How Teachers Influences Our Life. Read Here!

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Today the whole is celebrating Teachers days all across the nation. Let us remember the great scholar, philosopher, teacher and former President, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan on his Birth Anniversary.

The First Vice President and second President of independent India was born into a Telugu household. He has also penned down a book titled ‘The Philosophy Rabindranath Tagore’. He held a master degree in philosophy and was very well known in the field of Indian philosophy. He had a long spell of teaching at Chennai’s Presidency College and Calcutta University. Also from the duration of 1931-1936, served as the Vice-Chancellor of Andhra Pradesh University. He was also invited at Oxford to teach Eastern Religions and Ethics in 1936, a position he held for 16 years.

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Every year on 5 September since 1962, Teacher’s Day is celebrated on his birthday to remember his work. The day holds a special place in the hearts of the Students and teachers alike as functions are held for teachers in various in the institutes ranging from schools and college. To make the day special for the teachers, students perform spoofs and even perform for their gurus. The main purpose is to remember and remind the crucial role teacher’s play information on students’ lives and careers.

Teachers instill values, principles, and ethics in us, and these teachings shape us to the person we become in the future. They also play a crucial role in society as they help to shape the mindset of the future generation of the country. Educators help hone the skills and character of the students which wills to become a law-abiding citizens. The real gift for teachers is when students become a good human being, successful in their respective careers.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji had a special message for the teaching community on the occasion of Teacher’s Day. He captioned, “शिक्षक दिवस के अवसर पर सभी शिक्षकों को हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं। Teachers Day greetings to everyone. India pays tributes to Dr. S Radhakrishnan, an exceptional teacher, and mentor, on his Jayanti.”

#MithaliRaj’s bids adieu to the T20Is but isn’t just the turning of a page. It is the beginning of the end of a book .

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Indian Women Cricket Captain Mithali Raj is named to reckon with it and her record is testaments to them. She has represented the country in 263 matches and scored 6613 runs at an outstanding average of 51.81. In Test cricket, she has 50 plus batting average and has a double hundred to her name.

Her batting average in T20 cricket is also commendable and an average of 37.52 and the highest score of 97* with 17 half-centuries from the 89 T20Is. She has been playing for India for 18 years now. Also hold the record of being the youngest to score a hundred in women’s ODIs at the age of 16 years, 205 days.

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 Mithali Raj took a very tough decision to pick up one between dance and cricket. And she picked up cricket as her profession and rest is history. She was quoted saying that, “I would definitely admit that dance has helped me a lot in my initial days as a cricketer because I didn’t have to work much on fitness then because dancing for hours is fitness (regime) in itself. And it helped me a lot in my footwork.”

 Her decision to retire from international T20s came as a shock to the entire nation and Indian cricket will never be the same.  She has captivated us for two decades. Former Captain of Indian women team has been out o favour ever since the controversy that too during the 2018 ICC Women’s World T20. If reports are to believe Team Management had complained about her bad attitude and was dropped for the crucial semi-final match Vs England women’s team. She had also blamed then-coach Romesh Powar and CoA member Diana Edulji of showing partiality in an official complaint letter to BCCI.

 During a recent interaction with media shed a light on decision od retiring from the shorter format and was quoted saying that, ” I had already discussed the issue and also shared it with the coach and selector during the New Zealand tour in January. Even before we got into the T20I series against England, had spoken to them as I could see that I wouldn’t be figuring in the next T20 World Cup”.

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“I am planning for the ODI World Cup as there is a year-and-a-half more to go there is a year-and-a-half more to go. We have enough time to prepare for it as I am one of those players who invests a lot of time in preparation. I want the 2021 World Cup to be my swansong. That is what I am looking at and am working towards it. After T20 World Cup finishes every board will be preparing for the ODI World Cup so that period will be a busy one. That’s why this is the time for my preparations to get going”

 Hyderabad Cricketer has been an inspiration for a generation of women cricketers and torchbearer for the sport in our country which is given confidence to girls to take up the sport as a career.

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 Also, there is great news for her fans as Viacom18 Motion Pictures has acquired the rights to make a biopic on her journey and was quoted saying that “I am extremely happy on this association with Viacom18 Motion Pictures. Hoping that this movie inspires more people, especially young girls to take up sports as a career.”

 Viacom18 Motion Pictures released a statement and was quoted saying that “We are proud to be collaborating with the young and inspirational Mithali Dorai Raj, a name single-handedly responsible in bringing about a shift in the way women’s cricket team was perceived in our country.”

Virat Kohli Is India’s Most Successful Test Captain and Makes Awe-inspiring Statement on Captaining India!


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Cricket is one of the most loved sports in India and is played every nook and corner of the country. In recent times we have seen the eruption of Twenty20 Cricket began in August 2005 between Australia and New Zealand. But the sports got the attention of the cricket lovers was during the first Twenty20 Cricket World cup when Southpaw Yuvraj Singh lit the stadium alive by hitting Stuart Broad for 6 Sixes in a memorable match of India’s victorious campaign. It has given tough competition to the Test format.

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Test cricket is still valued and respected by the players as it provides unlimited opportunities for real-time performance against their counterparts. Players have to fight it out with every ounce of what they have till the sunsets. The longer format tests a player’s determination, patience, approach, and level of preparedness for the highest level.

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ICC has taken a positive step by conceptualizing the World Test Championship to make Test cricket popular among the fans buzz by introducing a world title to be won by the team. For the first time we spectators got to see the players wear jerseys with their names and numbers on it, as in the limited-overs formats. The inaugural ICC World Test Championship edition will see top nine Test teams — Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and the West Indies.


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During the media interaction with the media, Virat Koli spoke about his views on ICC introducing ICC World Test Championship edition and was quoted saying that, “We are awaiting the ICC World Test Championship with great enthusiasm as it adds context to the longest format of the game,” Kohli said in an ICC media release. Test cricket is very challenging and coming out on top in the traditional form is always highly satisfying. The Indian team has done well in recent years and will be fancying its chances in the championship.”

Indian Cricket Team under the leadership of Virat Kohli played superbly against West Indies to win the series by 257 runs at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica to complete a 2-0 whitewash over the hosts. The win gave Virat Kohli and boys their first series triumph in the ICC World Test Championship and taking them to the top of the table with 120 points. Virat Kohli has broken another record by becoming India’s most successful Test captain by surpassing former India skipper MS Dhoni’s record with his 28th Test win.

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Virat Kohli now has the most Test wins as India captain (28 wins in 48 matches), who is followed by MS Dhoni (27 wins in 60 matches), Sourav Ganguly (21 wins in 49 matches) and Mohammad Azharuddin (14 wins in 47 matches).


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The series was more fruitful as the team worked in tandem and achieved the desired result. The bowler’s department consisting of Ishant Sharma (2/37), Mohammed Shami (3/65), Jasprit Bumrah (1/31 in 11 overs) and lone spinner Ravindra Jadeja (3/58) maintained a tight leash on the opponent batsmen.

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The tour also marked the finding of new talent in Hanuma Vihari and Ajinkya Rahane who found it get back in form. Vihari emerged as the leading run-getter in the series with 289 runs, including a ton and two half-centuries. Rahane, India’s vice-captain, went on to score 271 runs, consisting of a century and two fifties, in the four innings he played in the Caribbean Islands.

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Former West Indies fast bowler legend Ian Bishop during the post-match presentation, reminded Kohli of his record and was quoted saying that, “Being the most successful Test captain? It’s a by-product of the team we have. Our bowlers are amazing. Shami was great, Ishant bowling his heart out, Jadeja bowling a long spell. Captaincy is just a ‘C’ in front of your name. It’s a collective effort.”

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 The skipper further added, “Pretty comprehensive again. Played really good cricket over four days. Getting a result in the manner that you want is crucial. Were in some tricky situations. Took a lot of character from the boys collectively. For us, it’s just the start of the Championship. Whatever’s happened in the past is irrelevant. Look forward to keeping continuing playing good cricket.” 

See Video – South Africa’s Former Cricketer Jonty Rhodes Inspiring With His Intense Fielding Routine!

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Cricket is one of the most loved sports in our country and India’s cricket fan-base has been many times multiplied over time. It is played in every nook and corner in our nation. Though there has been a change of wind in recent times as other sports such as football, basketball, wrestling, shooting have increased admiration but still, cricket remains the most viewed sport in India. Over the years we have seen India producing elite cricketers Kapil Dev, Sunil Gavaskar, Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman, Harbhajan Singh, M S Dhoni, and Virat Kohli have caught the imagination of the nation.

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A Cricketer is more or less judged on his statistics and average, but there is one who cannot be judged on these lines and brought a revolution in the fielding department. Yes, you have guessed it right, we are talking about none other than the great South African cricketer Jonty Rhodes who is worth far more than the story those numbers tell.

He began his international career as a batsman but with sheers dedicated and hard work went on to become a top-class international player. He brought about a new dimension to fielding which capitulated him to become recognized as the best fielder in the world raised the world standard in the field. The South African first caught the eye of the world was during the World Cup of 1992 at Brisbane.t, Rhodes picked up the ball and dove full length with the ball in hand towards the wickets and knocked them all down to run-out Inzamam in spectacular fashion. This led to South Africa to win the game by 20 runs. 

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During his career held the world record for most dismissals by a non-wicket keeper in a one-day international, post taking five catches vs the West Indies in the Hero Cup in Bombay in 1993/94.

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Post retiring from the sport, Jonty on a regular interval can be seen interacting with the budding cricketer and giving them valuable insights. These days South African cricketer along with Ryan Maroon is conducting training sessions in Sri Lanka in which we can see 50-year old was involved in a drill where he captivated with his extreme fielding routine.
 Ryan Maroon uploaded the video of the session and wrote, “He maybe 50 years old but he still has it! Been another amazing chapter mentoring and coaching 500 plus amazingly talented and gifted cricketers over this past week in Colombo – Kandy – Negombo with ama sports”.


 Alex Nishantha who is the coordinator of the program was quoted saying that, “This will be the first time Jonty (Rhodes) will come on such a mission to Sri Lanka. He has been a part of the Sri Lanka coaching unit in the recent past, but during the upcoming camps, he will mostly focus on youngsters, while we also receive inquiries from First Class cricketers as well. He will be willing to have anybody on board, who are eager to learn and perfect their skills”.

Rhodes had recently been in the news for applying for the role of India’s fielding coach, but he was not in the top three, with R Sridhar retaining his position. The selection committee revealed that Sridhar had pitched in with a good performance in his tenure, and replacing him would have been harsh. 

 Recently South African legend had applied for the role of India’s fielding coach role but his name did not feature in the 3-man shortlist as MSK Prasad-led selection which was met with a lot of criticism amongst the fans and cricket fraternity alike. But he took not been selected in his stride and was quoted saying that “I am sure my interview was not as good as the one with the incumbent coach because he has been there for the last couple of years. Players have worked with a plan. And you can see the progress as it just doesn’t happen. I am expecting that from an interview point of view – he kicked my butt.”

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Why Do So Many Fans Across The World Fall In Love With The Manchester United?

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Manchester United is one of the most reputed clubs in the Premier League and based in Old Trafford, England. It’s not necessary whether you’re a football fan or don’t know the first thing about it, Manchester United is one club you surely must have heard of. The club boast of royal fans following across the world and royalty matched by none. The Club has produced great players with superb skills who enthralled the football fans whether played for the club or while representing their country. Red Devil reign over its opponents and the ever-growing fanbase makes it one of the most followed clubs in the world.

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The club was formed in the year 1878 and was known as Newton Heath L&YR Football Club. The team was represented by Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Company in which there the team’s player worked. The club was purchased by Glazers for £790million almost 14 years ago .

The one accident which brings tears down the eyes of every fan is the Munich Air disaster in which 7 members of the Manchester United team known as the Busby Babes were among 21 people killed when their plane crashed on take-off. The players who lost the life on this tragic tragedy was Eddie Colman, 21, Liam Whelan, 22, David Pegg, 22, Mark Jones, 24, Geoff Bent, 25, Tommy Taylor, 26, and team captain Roger Byrne, 28. Pegg, Taylor, and Byrne were England internationals, while Whelan had represented Ireland. 


To pay homage to the players, the club stopped the clock at Old Trafford Stadium remains permanently frozen at 3:04 p.m. on Feb. 6, 1958. The solitary word beneath it is Munich. Those fortunate to escape with their lives, started from the scratch to rebuild the squad and bring back the glory days and under the manager Matt Busby to former record scorer Bobby Charlton, while the likes of Albert Scanlon and Dennis Viollet also continued their careers at the top. He doing so went on to become some of the most legendary personalities in the history of Old Trafford.

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Under Sir Alex Ferguson during the 90s and 00s changed the course of the event by achieving the impossible and becoming the biggest name in world football. In the 1998–99 season, Manchester United entered the history books by becoming the first-ever English team to win the Treble. The Boss has won armfuls of silverware in his 1500 matches in charge of the club. During the successful career with the club has gone on to win 22 major domestic titles, two European Cups and the Cup Winners’ Cup of 1991 during his reign. He has been honored with a statue at Old Trafford for his achievements with the club and a road near the stadium renamed to Sir Alex Ferguson Way. Also, the club valued his important that he has played for the club by honoring in 2011 when the Old Trafford’s North Stand was rechristened as Sir Alex Ferguson Stand on the 25th anniversary of his appointment.

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Manchester United has over the years has produced world-class players such as of Sir Bobby Charlton, Denis Law, George Best, Mark Hughes, Roy Keane, Eric Cantona, Peter Schmeichel, Gary Neville, Paul Scholes, David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Cristiano Ronaldo, Wayne Rooney, Edwin Van Der Sar , Nemanja Vidić,Rio Ferdinand, Antony Martial, Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford to name a few.

 Manchester United has been home to some of the top players of the game has ever seen and the club’s legacy of producing top players is one of the major reasons for its popularity and makes it one of the most iconic clubs in the world.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the current Manchester United manager following a spell as the caretaker manager taking over from José Mourinho. At the end of the last season the manager was quoted saying that I’m under no illusions that this is not going to be plain sailing,” Solskjaer said. ‘It’s going to be hard, as I said before it’s survival of the fittest and also the survival of the best and that’s how ruthless we have to be.”

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the current Manchester United manager following a spell as the caretaker manager taking over from José Mourinho. At the end of the last season the manager was quoted saying that I’m under no illusions that this is not going to be plain sailing,” Solskjaer said. ‘It’s going to be hard, as I said before it’s survival of the fittest and also the survival of the best and that’s how ruthless we have to be.”

 “We need players who are going to be able to take us forward and that means the culture in the dressing room.

“We are under no illusions that it’s going to be hard work and there’s going to be some tough decisions made by me, Mike (Phelan) and the club.”

 This season (2019 – 2020) started on a good note with an emphatic 4-0 drubbing of Chelsea. But post that everything went downfall from the managers when Man United had been held to a 1-1 draw at Wolves and were defeated to Crystal Palace at home last Saturday. The major concern is penalties not been converting into goals by the top players such as Paul Pogba at Wolves and Marcus Rashford at home to Palace.

 Wish best of luck to Manchester United in the absence of Anthony Martial and Luke Shaw for Saturday’s Premier League trip to Southampton.

National Sports Day: Let Us Take A Look What Happened When Major Dhyan Chand Met Adolf Hitler!



On the occasion on National Sports Day, let’s remember the maverick Major Dhyan Chand who was a beacon of hope and changed the way we see sports in our nation today. He was popularly known as ‘The Magician Of Hockey’ & ‘The Wizard for his uncanny hockey talents.

 Today we celebrate 114th birth anniversary of one of the greatest hockey players in the history of the sport, Dhyan Chand was born on August 29, 1905. He created history through his goal-scoring ability and went on to won three Olympic gold medals in 1928, 1932 and 1936 respectively. The Hockey legend has been bestowed by the Government of India awarded Chand India’s third highest civilian honour of Padma Bhushan in 1956. To honour his stature and numerous records his birthday is celebrated as National Sports Day in India every year.


He was born to mother Sharadha Singh and father Sameshwar Singh. His father was in the British Indian Army, and he also played hockey in the army. At the 16 years of age, he joined the Indian Army as Sepoy. His friend’s ha nicknamed him ‘Chand’ as he used to practice hockey before dusk under the moonlight. If reports are believed Hockey authorities in the Netherlands once broke Indian hockey legend Dhyan Chand’s hockey stick to check if there was a magnet inside.

Dhyan Chand had outrageous skills on the field and his natural ability to find the back of the net which was unmatched. This led him to his selection in the Indian Army team at the age of 20 and was part of the New Zealand tour in 1926, the team won 18 out of 21 matches out of which drew two and lost one. This led to Dhyan Chand Ji to be promoted to the rank of Lance Naik on his coming back to India.


The Wizard played army hockey tournaments and regimental games between 1922 and 1926. He made his debut with the Indian national hockey team made on 17th May 1928 his Olympic debut against Austria, winning 6–0, in which Chand scored 3 goals. Dhyan Chand scored the most number of goals at the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics and a total tally of 14 goals.

 At the Los Angeles Olympics, Chand played alongside with his brother Roop and went to score 25 out of the 35 goals by India. During the Berlin Olympics, Chand once again was selected without formalities. Chand top-scored with 3 goals, Dara scored 2 and Roop Singh, Tapsell and Jaffar one each to defeat Germany in the finals for 8-1.

The match was attended by the top brass of Nazi officials such as Hermann Goering, Joseph Goebbels, and Adolf Hitler came to support their ‘superior Aryan team’ against defending champions India. Hitler, it is believed, was so upset that he left the stadium even before the match came to the closure. Post seeing his performance Adolf Hitler himself offered Dhyan Chand the citizenship of Germany along with a post of Field Marshal in German Army, which he refused.

 The legendary cricketer Don Bradman had fondly remembered watching Dhyan Chand play in 1935 and was quoted saying that, “He scores goals like runs in cricket.” Olympian and former Indian field hockey player hockey  Zafar Iqbal tells ThePrint, “He was an exceptionally humble man. I met with him twice in the Indian Airlines colony in 1978 as he stayed with his son Ashok. Dhyan Chand was such a grounded person that once we traveled together to his ancestral home in Jhansi in the 3rd class of railways and we were standing during most of the journey as there was no space in the unreserved coaches.”

 He scored over 400 goals in his career, from 1926 to 1948 and retired from the army at the age of 51 in 1956. He held the rank of Major at the time of his retirement. Chand’s autobiography, Goal!, was published by Sport & Pastime, Madras in 1952.


But the sad part is that this legendary personality is getting lost in the history books and it’s up to us to keep him relevant and share his stories among the next generation. One question which I bother me a lot that we in India say we are sports-loving nation but we don’t watch all the sorts and only one bias towards one sport. Also if our team loses we start abusing the players instead we should support them and wholeheartedly.

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But the sad part is that this legendary personality is getting lost in the history books and it’s up to us to keep him relevant and share his stories among the next generation.

One question which I bother me a lot that we in India say we are sports-loving nation but we don’t watch all the sorts and only one bias towards one sport. Also if our team loses we start abusing the players instead we should support them and wholeheartedly.

Shaliza Dhami: Meet First Woman Air Force Officer To Become Flight Commander of Indian Air Force!

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Father of the nation, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi played a crucial role in empowering women in the society and fought for their rights and social evils such as child marriage and dowry system to name a few. To quote Gandhi Ji, “It is good to swim in the waters of tradition, but to sink in them is suicide”. He was also quoted saying that “The wife is not the husband’s slave but his companion and his help-mate and an equal partner in all his joys and sorrows – as free as the husband to choose her path.” Also advocated that Women have equal mental abilities as that of men an equal right to freedom.

This gave wings to the movement of women empowerment and inspired the next generation. We have been blessed to born in a nation where we have many great women who bring us the hope that every girl has the potential to achieve whatever she wants to. They have risen to the top in their fields and are not only reminders of the legacy that they leave behind, but also guiding light of hope for future generations.

In recent past we have been inspired by life journey of determined women from across India, make their presence felt in varied fields and their stellar achievements bring laurels to the nation. Such us Kalpana Chawla, Hima Das, Arunima Sinha, Mithali Raj, Sania Mirza, Saina Nehwal, Priyanka Chopra, Mary Kom, Indra Nooyi to name a few.


Today let’s talk about another inspiring of Wing Commander Shaliza Dhami who created history by becoming the Flight Commander of a flying unit. As per the ranking goes Flight Commander is the second in the command of the unit.

The brave Air Officer has been serving the Indian Air Force for the past 15 years and has been flying choppers. She achieved feet by becoming the first woman flying instructor of the Air Force and is also the first woman officer to get permanent commission of the flying branch.

She took over as Flight Commander of a Chetak helicopter unit at Hindon airbase in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. Chetak is a single-engine turboshaft, light utility helicopter with a capacity of 6 passengers and a maximum speed of 220 km/hour.

A representative of the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) was quoted saying that, “The helicopter is suitable for commuting, cargo/material transport, casualty evacuation, Search and Rescue (SAR), Aerial Survey and Patrolling, Emergency Medical Services, Off-shore operations, and underslung operations.”

 After a long journey of fighting stereotypes to be included in combat roles, women are getting their due. Here we would like to remind a few memorable moments which showed how times are changing for the good and continue to inspire generations to come. :-

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In July, 2018, IAF had decided that it will induct women as fighter pilots.

In May, Flight Lieutenant Mohana Singh scripted history by becoming the first woman IAF pilot to become operational on Hawk advanced jet aircraft.

On 19 February, Avani Chaturvedi had become the first Indian woman to fly MiG 21 Bison, solo.

This comes after a had-fought legal victory was achieved in 2010 when a high court verdict granted women officers the right to permanent commissions.

Renowned sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture honouring PV Sindhu in his signature style!

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Renowned Sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik  is an extraordinary artist who has created niche in the heart of the whole nation through his magnificent sand sculptures. He has achieved an unique feet by introducing sand art in India. Post which there was no looking back for the artist and went to make looking at his beautiful pieces of sands artwork. Another fact which leave you dumstruck and appreciate this maverick that he has not received any formal teaching and educated it all by himself.

He hails from Puri city of Orissa and was motivated towards this form of art since childhood. He put is heart and soul in mastering the art form and went on to make hundreds of sand sculptures in the process. His pure commitment let him to become the first and world-famous Indian sand artist with huge list of achievements and awards credited to his name. He went on represent India in events held in foreign countries such as UK, China, Japan, Holland, US, France, Italy and many more where his art has been highly praised.

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Renowned sand artist Sudarsan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture at Puri beach of Odisha congratulating badminton player P V Sindhu on winning the #Gold medal at #WorldBadmintonChampionshipat which was held at Basel, Switzerland. He wrote,”My SandArt at Puri beach with message Congrats #Badminton Queen @Pvsindhu1 for winning the #BWFWorldChampionships2019 and scripting history.”

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Padma Awardee Sudarsan Pattnaik had recently won the prestigious People’s Choice Award at a sand sculpting festival which was held in the U.S.  In the art form he highlighted the message of combating plastic pollution in oceans. Post winning the accolade was talking to the media and was quoted saying “This is a very big award and honour for me in the US. This award is for India, which is also doing a great deal to beat plastic pollution and raise awareness on this very important matter.”

PV Sindhu creates history by becoming the first Indian shuttler to win the World Championships title


The ace badminton player, P.V. Sindhu is known for creating history in the records books ever since in 2016, when she went on become the first ever Indian  women to win the silver medal in Rio Olympic 2016 Women’s Singles Badminton event. Post which there has been no looking back under the tutelage of Pullela Gopichand.


Yesterday PV Sindhu achieved another milestone by becoming the only player to be a defending women’s singles medallist at the Olympics, Worlds, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games at the same time. PV Sindhu defeated Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara in straight games 21-7, 21-7 the first Indian to win badminton World Championships at Basel, Switzerland.

Post Winning the trophy, she was quoted saying that, “Finally, I have become a National champion!” she exclaimed. Then suddenly, she and with her, the rest of India was wide wake. “Sorry, sorry, World Champion!” she laughed, as she repeated the words, slowly and deliberately, lest it slip away. “World Champion…” Also dedicated the win to her coach, “I dedicate this award to my mom, it’s her birthday today. Happy Birthday, mom.”

The Unknown World

The World Is Lke Intoxicated Drink.
More U Hav it.
More U Get Lost In It.

Lfe Is Too Short For Having Endless Enemies,
Dat Wen In Troubled Atmosphere,
U Don’t Even Find Single Friend,
Who U Can Call & Ask For Help,
Don’t Take The Road Less Traveled ,


Its Road Of Deceit, Betrayal & Other Negative Vibes!!

In Order To Overcome This Nasty Circle,

They R Two Ways: –

U Become Part Of The Chain Of Inner Demons Circle,


Fight Ur Odd … Stand Tall For Ur Principles ,

In Simple Terminology – Perform Or Parish,

In Common Man’s Words—

They R Many Ppl Who Walk On The Earth!


Only Few Extraordinary Individual !

Find Their Name Engraved In History.

They R In True Sense Called ‘Legend’,

Other Comes Under Category Of Extra!!

Lets See Where Does Barren Existence Take Us

May Ur Soul Be True As Ever!!!