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Journey to USA : Through the eyes of a student

Posted on Sep 21, 2018 in Travel

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The much anticipated trip to the USA began on 9 May 2018. The trip involved a 3.5 hours flight to Dubai and then a connecting flight to Florida, USA, which was a 15 hours long flight. It was a tiring journey but it was worth it when we landed in the USA. Read more to …

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Small but Big – Singapore the island country

Posted on Sep 14, 2018 in Travel

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So, you probably have questions like – ‘How is Singapore so clean?’, ‘What strict rules are followed here?’, ‘How is it so developed and safe?’ and ‘How is it so small but still better than India?’. I have all the answers you seek. Read on. Singapore is a sovereign city-state and island country in Southeast …

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Orlando : Gateway to all things Fun

Posted on Aug 01, 2018 in Travel

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We were all looking forward eagerly to our visit to Orlando, as we were excited to visit all the major tourist attractions in the city. As we entered the city we were greeted with beautiful palm trees and perfectly laid clean brick roads. Orlando city is an excellent example of a well-developed city. The city …

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10 Ways to stay hydrated while Trekking

Posted on Jan 25, 2018 in Travel

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Trekking is a highly favored activity among youngsters. It is an activity that demands a lot of physical as well as mental fitness. It is important to keep yourself well hydrated while trekking as it takes up a large amount of energy. So, the mantra you need to adopt while trekking is Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate!!! …

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6 Ways to Re-Purpose empty bottles while traveling

Posted on Jan 22, 2018 in Travel

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It is often seen that humans disrupt the habitat of the forest. Tourists throw garbage like empty bottles in surrounding areas, thus affecting the beauty of the environment. It is important to teach little explorers to recycle items like empty bottles and dispose of their trash in ways that do not have a negative impact …

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How to observe the Blood Moon (lunar eclipse)?

Posted on Jan 17, 2018 in Travel

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Eclipses are one of the most beautiful celestial events to watch, both with unaided eyes or with optical instruments. There are eclipses of the Sun and Eclipses of the Moon. While one needs to be very careful while watching a Solar Eclipse, Lunar Eclipses are absolutely safe to watch. Go through this article to find …

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Meteor Showers – How to observe them

Posted on Oct 17, 2017 in Travel

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Imagine yourself entering a dust field and when you get out of it, your face is full of the yucky muck. A meteor shower is caused when the Earth enters such a dust field left behind by comets/asteroids. Dust/small rocks enter the atmosphere of the Earth in large numbers and on entry they burn up …

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Why are Science & Technology important?

Posted on Dec 30, 2016 in Travel

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Can you imagine a single day without reading the news or travelling in a vehicle or drinking clean water. Can you imagine a day without electricity or without medicine when you fall sick. Can you imagine not wearing clothes or shoes and going on a hunt for animals in the jungle every time you feel …

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WHEN PHYSICS AND ADVENTURE MEET

Posted on Dec 26, 2016 in Travel

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 “Science is organised knowledge. Wisdom is organised life.”                                                                                               …

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