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Murtaza Cyclewala 32 minutes ago

What do you understand by term "secular"
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Psych Ultra an hour ago

Barrett M82 .50 cal no question the AWM is not even 50 caliber get out of here with PUBG knowledge
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Yogita Ingle an hour ago

Citizens are free to reside and settle in any part of India.
This right allows lakhs of people to migrate from villages to towns and from poorer regions of the country to prosperous regions and big cities.
For example, a person who belongs to Assam wants to start a business in Hyderabad. He may not have any connections with that place or people there, he may have not seen it ever. Yet as a citizen of India, he has the right to set up base there.

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Yogita Ingle an hour ago

Work Done = The Change in Kinetic Energy
= 1/2mv2 - 1/2 mu2

The Mass of car = 1500 kg

Intial Velocity = 36 km/h
= 36 × 5 / 18
= 2 × 5
= 10 m/s

Final Velocity = 72 km/hr
= 72 × 5/18
= 5 × 4
= 20 m/s

Work Done = 1/2 mv2 - 1/2 mu2
= 1/2 m(v2 - u2)
= 1/2 × 1500 ( 20 × 20 - 10 × 10)
= 750 ( 400 - 100)
= 750 × 300
= 225000 J

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Yogita Ingle an hour ago

(1) Freedom of speech and expression allows an individual to take part in public activities.
(2) Freedom of speech and expression includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontier either orally, in writing or in print, in the form of art.
(3) Mass media is an instrument for exercising the freedom of speech and expression which is important for a democratic society.
(4) Freedom of speech is not the freedom to hurt or harm others in the political arena or in the society.
(5) The betterment of society depends on the right exercise of freedom which should not be taken away from us in any guise, rhetoric or policy.

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Yogita Ingle an hour ago

Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) : Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is a serious form of pneumonia. Infection with the SARS virus causes acute respiratory distress (severe breathing difficulty) and sometimes death.

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Vinesh Kumari 4 hours ago

Apple minig in hindi
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Yogita Ingle an hour ago

Life of Pi is a Canadian philosophical novel by Yann Martel published in 2001.

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The government of India has taken a number of steps to combat poverty. Some of them are: 1. National Rural Employment Guarantee or NREGA According to this employment is assured for 100 days in a year for every rural household in 200 districts. 2. National Food for Work Programme or NFWP This scheme is open for the rural people who are willing to do manual unskilled work. They are given food grains in lieu of wages. This scheme has been implemented in 150 most backward states. 3. Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana or SGSY It grants bank credit and government subsidy to poor families who are organized into self help groups. This gives them a chance to rise above the poverty line. 4. Pradhan Mantri Gramodaya Yojana or PMGY The states are given assistance for basic services like primary health, rural shelter, primary education, rural electrification and rural drinking water. 5. Antyodaya Anna Yojana or AAY According to this scheme subsidized food is provided to millions of the poorest families.
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A voter list is a detailed record of every person who is registered and eligible to vote.
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Dietrich Brandis, a German expert, was appointed the first Inspector-General of Forests in India. His ideas and achievements for the management of forests are stated in the points below (i) He formulated new forest legislation and helped establish research and training institutions. The Imperial Forest Research Institute at Dehradun was founded by him in 1906. (ii) He set up the Indian Forest Service (IFS) in 1864 and helped to formulate the Indian Forest Act of 1865. (iii) He took an interest in the forest flora of North-West and Central India and Indian trees. (iv) He was among the earliest expert in India to formally link forest protection with local people.
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Venus is often named as Earth's twin because both worlds share a similar size, surface composition and have an atmosphere with a complex weather system. The figure on the right compares Venus and Earth spacecraft images. The surface of Venus is shown in orange as radar images while the atmosphere is reproduced on near true colors as it would be seen by the human eye. The upper clouds are brightest in the blue and ultraviolet wavelengths making Venus a white-blue colour planet. Both planets have almost the same size and density and Venus is only a 30% closer to the Sun than Earth. Both share an interesting geological evolution with old volcanoes in Venus and some of them could still be active. One of the biggest misteries of Venus is why its surface is so young on geological time-scales. It is interesting to remark that there is almost no water on Venus' atmosphere. There are many more differences between both planets. Whereas Earth rotates in about 24 hours Venus rotates in the contrary sense (retrograde rotation) in 243 days. The orbital period of Venus is 225 days so that a Venus year takes less than a full day. The combination of these two periods results in the Sun appearing from the West and dissapearing over the East with a day-night cycle of 117 days. The atmosphere of Venus is 90 times more dense than that on Earth and it is made of 96.5% of CO2 and a 3% of nitrogen. This means that both planets have the same amount of Nitrogen on their atmospheres. Surprinsingly the CO2 on Earth is stored on calcite type rocks and if we would convert the CO2 on these rocks into atmospheric CO2 it would amount to the same amount of CO2 that there is on Venus' atmosphere. Because of the denser atmosphere and the chemical composition Venus experiences an inmense green-house effect that raises the temperature over the surface to more than 470ºC. Green-house effect on VenusThe figure on the right illustrates the basics of the greenhouse effect on Venus. Long-wave radiation from the Sun is mainly reflected at the upper cloud deck and partially absorbed by the atmosphere but part of it reaches the surface and heats the lowest atmosphere. The hot surface cools down emitting short-wave radiation that is absorbed and re-emitted by the green-house gases of the atmosphere impeding cooling of the planet and originating the high temperatures at the surface. Figure extracted from here. Clouds are common on Earth but they cover completely Venus' atmosphere. They are made of sulfuric acid droplets at 50-70 km above the surface and at temperatures comparables to Earth's surface temperatures. They are extremely reflective making Venus the most reflecting body in the Solar System.

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