NEET Preparation Strategy I – Questioning the Question

Applying critical thinking to the material you have studied can help better retention and understanding. Retention based on clarity of thought about a concept will always be much better. One skill which is a potent tool for diving into critical thinking is the art of questioning? When you start solving a sample question paper, then,… Read More NEET Preparation Strategy I – Questioning the Question

Does Language Dictate Your Quality of Thinking?– The Secret Unearthed

‘The quality of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts’ Marcus Aurelius ‘The quality of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts’ is not only a profound statement by Marcus Aurelius but also reveals the secret behind achieving a good life which each of us desire. ‘The quality of not being… Read More Does Language Dictate Your Quality of Thinking?– The Secret Unearthed

Bacteria – ‘Forever Young’: The mystery called suspended animation.

Have you ever imagined what would happen if someone is kept in a deep freezer? Why someone? he can be your enemy. In a Hollywood flick, “Forever Young”, starring Mel Gibson which was released in 1992 has an interesting story to tell. The movie is a science-fiction drama about a cryogenic or cryonic freezing experiment… Read More Bacteria – ‘Forever Young’: The mystery called suspended animation.

Ex – parte orders of the Maharashtra State Information Commissioners – hit by delegation of statutory powers and violation of principles of natural justice

The right to information is a fundamental right protected under Article 19(1) of the Indian Constitution and the Right to Information Act 2005 is to streamline this right. However, looking at the recent orders/decisions/procedures of the State Information Commissioners (SIC) of Maharashtra, one is compelled to conclude that there is either lack of display of… Read More Ex – parte orders of the Maharashtra State Information Commissioners – hit by delegation of statutory powers and violation of principles of natural justice