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Fighter Movie : Story, Directed By Siddharth Anand

 It should be an action film, there should be some crazy villain from Pakistan, the hero should be our soldier, there should be some painful feelings, along with one or two sizzling songs...that's it. This is the latest box office formula of Hindi cinema. It is true that action films are the highest-grossing film category worldwide, but the film 'Fighter' is more of a show reel of the Indian Air Force than a masala film. This film shows that if the Indian Air Force is determined then how dare these crazy people from the neighboring countries even think of looking at India. The film 'Fighter' will be compared to Tom Cruise's films 'Top Gun' and 'Top Gun Maverick', people who have seen Kangana Ranaut's 'Tejas' will also find similarities with it, but this film is of Hrithik Roshan and Deepika Padukone. And, these two factors are enough to watch the film 'Fighter' in theatres. Yes, the fans of both will definitely be disappointed

Crying Benefits: Not only laughing, crying is also beneficial for health

 Introduction: Crying is not considered a good habit in our society, often seeing a crying man, it is said how he is crying like a child. Which means that crying is associated with children. At the same time, children cry a lot on small things, but as soon as they grow up, they first leave their crying habit.  Apart from this, men are given special advice to control their emotions and not cry at all. But do you know that controlling your emotions and not shedding tears is very harmful to us? Therefore, sometimes crying with tears can be extremely beneficial for our health , Tears are often seen as a sign of weakness or vulnerability, but in reality, they are a natural and important part of the human experience. Crying serves a vital purpose beyond just expressing sadness; it has numerous physical, emotional, and social benefits that contribute to our overall well-being. In this blog post, we'll delve into the science behind tears and explore the various ways in which crying can be

All Birds Find Shelter During A Rain

 Abdul Kalam Azad's poem "All Birds Find Shelter During a Rain" encapsulates the timeless wisdom of seeking refuge during life's storms. In this blog, we'll explore the profound themes of resilience, unity, and the pursuit of sanctuary portrayed in Azad's poetic masterpiece. Understanding the Poem: Azad's poem metaphorically likens the rain to life's challenges, highlighting the instinctual behaviour of birds seeking shelter amidst adversity. The imagery of birds finding refuge speaks to our innate desire for safety and protection when faced with difficult circumstances. Resilience Amidst Adversity: One of the central themes of the poem is resilience—the ability to endure and overcome hardships. Azad illustrates how birds, despite their vulnerability to the elements, display remarkable resilience by seeking shelter during the rain. This resilience serves as a poignant reminder of the human capacity to persevere in adversity. Unity in Diversity: Another

If we are not free, no one will respect us By Abdul Kalam Azad

 If we are not free, no one will respect us By Abdul Kalam Azad In the tapestry of human experience, the notions of freedom and respect hold profound significance. They are not mere abstract concepts but fundamental pillars upon which the edifice of society stands. However, their relationship is more intricate than often acknowledged. This blog delves into the symbiotic nature of freedom and respect, exploring how the absence of one jeopardizes the other and why nurturing both is essential for individual and societal well-being. In the intricate tapestry of human existence, the relationship between freedom and respect is a foundational principle that resonates deeply with the aspirations of individuals and societies alike. Abdul Kalam Azad, a visionary thinker and advocate for human rights, encapsulated this profound truth in his assertion: "If we are not free, no one will respect us." In this contemplation, we delve into the wisdom of Azad's words, exploring their implic

Valentine Day Week : The Tests Of Lovers Are Starting From Today

 Valentine Day February is the month of love. Romance is mixed with a cool breeze in this month as Valentine's Day is celebrated in February. Saint Valentine, the Roman priest, sacrificed his life while advocating love, after which Valentine's Day started being celebrated as the day of love in his memory. Valentine's Day is celebrated on 14th February. Saint Valentine was hanged on this day. Before dying, he had donated his eyes to the blind daughter of the jailer, that is, even while saying goodbye to the world, he gave the message of love. However, one day is not enough for love, so the lovers dedicate the entire week to love. The celebration of love starts a week before Valentine's Day.  The days of love celebrated throughout the week are called Valentine's Week, every day of which allows for promoting love, expressing love to the crush and strengthening the relationship. The date sheet for Valentine's Week has arrived. When does Valentine's Week start in

Aadhaar Card Users Warnings: Remember These Things

 History of Aadhaar Card: Inception (2009) The Aadhaar project was introduced by the Indian government in 2009 with the primary aim of providing a unique identification number to each resident of India. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) was established to oversee the implementation of the project. Unique Identification Number  Aadhaar aimed to address issues related to identity verification and enable targeted delivery of various government welfare schemes. Each Aadhaar card is associated with a unique 12-digit identification number that is linked to an individual's biometric and demographic data. Biometric and Demographic Data Collection Aadhaar enrollment involved the collection of biometric information such as fingerprints and iris scans, along with basic demographic details. This comprehensive data set was intended to ensure accuracy and prevent duplication in the issuance of Aadhaar numbers. Gradual Implementation The Aadhaar project was rolled out in a phas