Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 1 week ago
To answer this question we have to go back into the time where there was no matter and time or anything at all, yes I am talking about the time before the big bang(Technically there was no ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 1 week ago
If it's all time then we must take many things into considerations, like overrall performance, consistancy. Here is my team of 15 squad.Ofcouse many people can do bowling as well, some are very good ... read more
Answer - by Deepak Purti
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Deepak Purti, Liberal-Secular-Hufflepuff
Answered 1 week ago
You cannot post on Instagram from PC by going to www.instagram.com ; the desktop version only allows you to go through your feed, like, comment, follow, etc.You can neither post photos nor create ... read more
Answer - by Dr Tapas Priyaranjan
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Dr Tapas Priyaranjan, Ex Aiimsonian, Doctor, MBBS
Answered 1 week ago
Criminals are made when situations and teachings compel them to. Sometimes it's pretty easy to mould the minds of innocent kids with ideas of crime being completely legal. When they grow and start ... read more
Answer - by Pritesh Pawar
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Pritesh Pawar, Helping Businesses to Flourish Online | Digital Marketer
Answered 1 week ago
I am kind of a person who avoids installing mobile apps as long as they have a web version. However, it is impossible to post on Instagram from a PC browser.At least that is what I thought.Some ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V

What is photostress in human eye?

I recently saw a forwarded video on WhatsApp that photostress (due to usage of cellphones) damages the retina and causes blindness. I would like to know whether this is true, if there is any research that indicates the same or contradicts the claim.
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 1 week ago (Edited 1 week ago)
A scientist received Nobel prize for inventing blue LED light bulb. The reason why this is a huge achievement is because blue light saves electricity and gives greater brightness. It is estimated ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 1 week ago
I will like to add only one more things, the fellow author @Pradeep-singh already wrote some of the common points,My basic point is, if we want to break any kind of social or psychological or any ... read more
Answer - by Pradeep Singh
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Pradeep Singh, Mechanical engineering Student
Answered 1 week ago (Edited 1 week ago)
No it's not wrong. And It's not a question about being right or wrong. But one should follow societal norms in which they are living. If you live in a society where something like this is/are ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

How would human life be a hundred centuries later when all the power structures we built have been dismantled?

How would a person's wealth, power or status in a society be determined? Any other aspects that you think would have changed?
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 1 week ago (Edited 1 week ago)
We will move towards ancient or normal life style again, just like a cycle will get completed. Let us see the trend, scientist discover item "X", then after few years, scientist says due to "x" we ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu
From what I had read, the scheduled castes had to ties brooms on their back and walk the roads so as to clean the streets they walked on during the Peshwa era. Another 1 i had read about was women of ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu
I don't have such a technical answer. What I do have is experience. The TV in the living room is 32 inches, around 5-6 feet viewing distance. We wanted to buy 1 for our bedroom. The viewing distance ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu
As long as it is consensual, I don't think it is wrong. 2 young people curious about their bodies and it's pleasures, nothing wrong in that. Just don't record these acts, and don't expect a virgin ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu

I believe it already happened in the past, in Sikkim. I don't recall all the details now, my memory is giving up on me.

Answer - by Mahesh Kumar

What are the reasons behind failure of Amit Shah's political strategy in Maharashtra elections?

What happened to so called "chanakya neeti" of him? Why he failed to show his skills in Maharashtra? Shouldn't BJP keep the word of CM post to Shiv Sena? Hasn't BJP broken the mandate?
Not one of them comes firmly to Chanakya. At best you can compare these politicians to Machiavelli. I will tell you what Chanakya would have done if he was in place of Amit shah.Let’s assume Ajit ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

What do you think about criticism of Ayodhya verdict by prominent persons ?

Is this criticism substantial or just to oppose the verdict ? One major argument is that title is given to those who demolished the mosque which is a criminal act and other is that court should presumed that if there is mosque then namaz must be done
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
Whatever I have researched over this topic, I found couple of things.Supreme court's decision was not only(in my opinion) based upon faith, it was based upon the physical avidence, ASI report. If ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu

Do you have some interesting article to post?

I actually wanted to share P V Narasimha Rao's interview on Babri Masjid demolition. I didn't know any other way to do so.. other folks can share links to interesting articles too
https://blog.mdnalapat.com/interview-with-former-prime-minister-p-v-narasimha-rao-2f6997d2f03aIn my opinion, the best prime minister we've ever had and the original Chanakya of Indian politics, P V ... read more
Answer - by Asheesh Gupta

Absolutely.

Infact Indian education is highly subsidised in every govt organisation and so they all should be hiked.

Answer - by Asheesh Gupta

With in 70 years of independence India has reached Mars. Can you say the same for USA which I assume is your favourite country. Than on what basis you are saying India's progress is slow?

Answer - by Asheesh Gupta
An Indian common man (or a woman) has very little knowledge of the concept of democracy. On top of that when it comes to Indian context they only know to criticize everything what is happening in ... read more
Answer - by Asheesh Gupta
Indian democracy is bad!!!! How many democracies have you lived in to make that conclusion?The democracy as practiced in India is the closest you have to a true democracy. I think you think that if ... read more
Answer - by Asheesh Gupta

Do atheist believes in power of nature?

What atheist thinks about laws of nature and power of nature, do they think nature as an supreme entity or just a biosphere.
And why not?As an atheist I totally believe in the power of tornadoes, volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunami, etc. We think Nature is neither an entity nor a woman nor a man nor a supreme power and no ... read more
Answer - by Asheesh Gupta

Why in modern world we are seeing feminism and why they have become more of antimale and inherit the masculine approach?

Why people treat women and men as separation species? It is because we have seen the competition among them Aren't we fools?
The first part of your question is confusing or wrong, I can't say which. Feminism has always been there not just in modern world. I think now since we have internet you hear it more often. As to why ... read more
Answer - by Dr Tapas Priyaranjan
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Dr Tapas Priyaranjan, Ex Aiimsonian, Doctor, MBBS
Answered 2 weeks ago
Truth is Indian Common man is Intrested in Listening to Political conversations of politicians. They are enthusiastic in entertainment element out of it.Sadly, the last man of India or the 50th from ... read more
Answer - by Shihab Saheer

Don't you think that Maharashtra's governor should resign on the moral grounds?

https://www.indiatoday.in/amp/india/story/maharashtra-governor-should-resign-on-moral-grounds-says-rajasthan-cm-ashok-gehlot-1622185-2019-11-24?__twitter_impression=true

He should.

But who cares about moral grounds now.

It's all about power and the greed of power preceeds any post you hold and sanctity it has.

Answer - by Shihab Saheer
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Shihab Saheer
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
The more money you have. The more MLA's you get. Thank you electoral bonds :-p. Everything is for sale in our democracy people's consensus doesn't and wouldn't matter to a political ... read more