Paradox

Paradox:An apparently self-contradictory statement, or one that seems in conflict with all logic and opinion, yet ,lying behind the superficial absurdity is a meaning or truth.Some of Donne’s poems are extended paradoxical argument, full of witty comparisons and unexpectedreversals, as, for instance, ’Death, Be Not Proud. Paradox: The child is father of the men. There … Read more

The Heinous Practice of Vani

The Heinous Practice of Vani, Every culture is amalgamation of certain norms, values, customs and taboos. This culture collectively represent the mindset of the local population and their position in social life. Culture is the system or a way of life , which is shared by the large number of people. All the nation has … Read more

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence Something interesting is going on in the 21st-century working environment: The more innovation we have in this advanced age, the more we robotize tasks and trust machines to assume control over duties, the more we understand the importance of feelings. Emotional intelligence is our capacity to recognize feelings in ourselves as well as … Read more

Power and Corruption

power and corruption

Power and corruption are two related concepts, and they have been tested as a unified theme in all genres. Power is tested in books on many different levels, from the power of other people to power over life or death itself. And with any kind of power comes the power and corruption, often regarded as … Read more

Mythology and Literature

Mythology and literature

The connection between Mythology and literature is one of trust. Although texts cannot be turned into fables and Mythology cannot be reduced to Literature, none of this can be done on its own: mythology has always been an “essential element of literature”. It does more than just preserve the intricate design of the world’s fictional … Read more

Spanish Flu

The Spanish flu influenza of 1918, the deadliest pandemic in history, infected an estimated 500 million people worldwide – about a third of the world’s population – and killed an estimated 20 to 50 million victims, including about 675,000 Americans. The Spanish flu of 1918 was first identified in Europe, the United States, and parts … Read more

Meer Taqi Meer

Meer Taqi Meer

Meer Taqi Meer’s real name was Muhammad Taqi and pen name is Meer. The great Urdu poet Meer Taqi Meer  (1722 / 23-1810) was born in Akbarabad, now Agra, into a very poor family. His father, a religiously devout man, wanted him to follow the path of devotion and found Syed Amanullah, a young man … Read more

5G technology 2020

5G technology 2020,the first mobile phones were made available in the 1980, Telecommunication providers have been investing in mobile networks to expand coverage, improve services, and attract more users. First-generation networks supported mobile voice calls but were limited in coverage and capacity. To address those limitations, providers developed second-generation 2g mobile networks, then third-generation 3G, … Read more

Life Principles

Life Principles

Life Principles, Everything we do in life is a decision – most of us realize that.Everything we do not do is a matter of choice. Every day we choose to do the same things that will never bring us closer to the real life we ​​want. If our standard of living is shaped by the … Read more

Palestine

palestine

Palestine was a term that was used until 1948 to describe the area between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River. Throughout history, the empires of Assyria, Babylon, Rome, Byzantine, and Ottoman ruled over Palestine at the same time. After World War I, Palestine was annexed by the United Kingdom under the auspices of 1922 … Read more