Yuvraj Pokharna

Yuvraj Pokharna is an Engineer turned Educationist and Social Activist from Surat who keeps a keen eye on contemporary issues including social media,politics and Government Policies.

Convocation ceremony conducted by OPJS University

OPJS University (Om Parkash Jogender Singh University) is a Private University located in the Churu District of Rajasthan, India. This University is spread over 32 acres of land surrounded by Aravali Hills in pollution-free, lush green, and eco-friendly environment. The....Read More

GAP associates becomes the first realtor to have a RERA approved project inside Dholera SIR

Gujarat-headquartered GAP Associates Pvt. Ltd., one of the fastest growing infrastructure development companies in Western part of India, has recently launched “GAP Industrial Park” inside Dholera SIR -– India’s first Greenfield, IGBC certified and Platinum-Rated, Futuristic Global Industrial Smart City.....Read More

Viral Shah oozes major multi-tasking goals

Well acclaimed director, writer and entrepreneur Viral Shah has always been in the news for all the right reasons. His 2020 directorial 'Golkeri' created a stir all around. He is a multi-tasker and is quite successful in every sphere he....Read More

Avani Soni rolls up her sleeves for her next film ‘Ghelo’

Casting has always been one of the very tough yet underrated elements of a film production. But with the advent of digital platforms, we have got to know a few of the most talented casting directors working in the business.....Read More

NEET 2021: All things you must know about the exam

Students are still eagerly waiting for any updates regarding the NEET 2021 examination however even after the months of delay authority didn’t have confirm the dates for National Eligibility Cum-Entrance Test 2021. As per the previous schedule of NEET examination,....Read More

Book Beat- Saffron Swords: Centuries of Indic Resistance to Invaders

"History is always written wrong, and so always needs to be rewritten” – this quote by philosopher George Santayana holds true, especially in the Indian context. For decades, academic history textbooks featured a one-sided and distorted narrative; stories of resistance....Read More

Book Beat: Kasheer – A diabolical betrayal of Kashmiri Hindus

Kasheer – A diabolical betrayal of Kashmiri Hindus, by Sahana Vijayakumar: With the abrogation of Article 370, Kashmir heralds a new chapter in her history. However, vested interests continue to impede the returning of normalcy in Kashmir with their misinformation....Read More

Book Beat : Unbreaking India: Decisions on Article 370 and the CAA

Unbreaking India: Decisions on Article 370 and the CAA, Unbreaking India Sanjay Dixit:- To start off with the gist of the book, Unbreaking India is based on the nullification of Article 370 and enactment of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA)....Read More

7 Entrepreneurship Tips by Harish Pednekar

Those who call themselves entrepreneurs know that there are two kinds out there: some who use the word as an excuse or an explanation, and actual entrepreneurs that are taking steps forward to find success in the business world.  Regardless....Read More

Each effort counts! Kohlapur-based businessman uses daughter’s wedding as opportunity to spread awareness about farm laws

Amid escalating tensions between farmers and the Centre, people like Lalit Gandhi, a businessman based out of Kolhapur, are trying to educate people on the merits of these laws. Instead of organizing a musical evening a day prior to his....Read More

JEE Main 2021 application form in December? Check Exam Dates & Revised Syllabus

National Testing Agency (NTA) might release JEE Main 2021 application form for January session in December. The ongoing Covid 19 pandemic & sharp rise in the Covid cases all over the country has forced NTA to postpone the application process....Read More

New education policy for the commons of Bharat

Ever since 29 July, when the new National Education Policy (NEP) was announced, a lot of public intellectuals have been going hammer and tongs against the BJP-led NDA government. One such person, a teacher at Delhi University and president of....Read More

Do the lackeys of west fear Indic renaissance that NEP may bring?

Ever since 29 July, when the Modi government announced the new National Education Policy (NEP) 2020, a lot of ‘woke’ people and self-professed intellectuals and elites have had complaints of pyrosis and literate diarrhoea. So much so that their hatred....Read More

The New Education Policy : Where it gets right

“What is it that wrongs us? We produce the CEOs that lead multi-million dollar firms globally. We can lead GOOGLE, can’t create one?”, many of us have been ruminating about these questions.  With the declaration of the New Education Policy,2020,....Read More

JEE Mains 2020: Preparation tips for JEE Mains

The second attempt of JEE Mains 2020 is now scheduled for September 1-6. The admit cards are to be released by August 15. For a JEE Main 2020 aspirant, it directly means a gain of extended time to prepare for....Read More

Surat shows the way to fight a pandemic

Extending their support to people facing hardships, especially the migrant labourers during the nationwide lockdown, residents of Surat in Gujarat have donated food packets worth Rs 100 crore so far. Known as “laghu Bharat” (mini India), the city houses workers....Read More

Covid-19 will transform global politics like never before

Last month, Thomas Friedman wrote in his New York Times column that world history should henceforth be divided into B.C. and A.C. — “Before Corona” and “After Corona”. It’s far too early to make any sweeping pronouncements on how the....Read More