The Biography of Netaji Subhas Chandra कोलकाता
The Biography of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose (23 January 1897 - Unknown) was an Indian nationalist whose defiant patriotism made him a hero in India, but his attempt during World War -II to rid India of British rule with the help of Nazi German and Imperial Japan left a troubled legacy. At last, it is told that in which airplane, he was travelling, had been crashed and he died at a hospital in Japan, but this story has a lot of mystery. At last, the Indian National Army also known as Azad Hind Fauj (made by Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose) won the battle. The Government of India has agreed to name the date of birth of Netaji as ''Parakram Divas". The British Raj has also told that they were not feared of any one else other than Netaji, but I am not telling it to hurt anyone's fellings but just the fact. One day, we will surely know, what happened to our respected and beloved freedom fighter Netaji.
Hope you liked my article. If you liked than hit the like button. Today only this much friends.
Thanks for Watching
Other News by This Author
Gliese 667 Cc - It is an exoplanet orbiting within the habitable zone of a red dwarf, Gliese 667 C, which is a star of a triple star system, Gliese 667, which is 22.18 light years away in the constellation of Scorpius. Now, the planet has the surface like Mars and because of the triple star system we can see different stars from it. It is one of that planets where life is possible. It is 3.7 times bigger than the Earth. It's ESI (Earth Similarity Index) is 0.85. It is present in the hot inner edge of the habitable zone than the Earth. It absorbs 90% of light from it's star, as the Earth
does. It is tidally locked.
Other News Kolkata
Fashion designer Dr Priyanka Mallick is The First Indian Women Buy Land in Mars.
World Famous Fashion Designer Dr Priyanka Mallick is the First Indian women land owner in Mars. On December 2020 she buy a 1acer of land in Mars from International luner Registry lunerEmbassy. Few months ago Her Name in the boarding Pass of NASA. In their future Mars mission july 2026 her name will be write on Mars land. Recenty she also joined GATES NOTES (Bill gates Foundation). She is a international business women has three fashion brands and many international e commerce stores.she is also Member of UNITED NATION, UNESCO. & Also British fashion Council, London, CFDA, USA
From international luner Register
Priyanka Mallick's interview
She dedicated her all success to her her husband Prof Dr S Banerjee
Other News India
So here i will give u one true tip to get ur bellyfat down i wot say in how many day but this three things will definitely help u in reducing ur bellyfat
1 no sugar intake
2 eat only when u hugry
3 count ur calories n eat
you all will be surprised while seeing the result in few days trust ur self n u will reach at ur point ..
Influencers or not?
“So what do you do for a living?”
“Actually I’m an influencer. I have 2 million followers on Instagram.”
“So what do you do?...”
We live in a society where knowledge and altruism are overpowered by followers.
“You’re distributing masks to the poor? You’re so boring. She just uploaded a picture wearing a mask and got 10 thousand likes on it.”
These days popularity, followers, social media etc. are so widespread that if you lack in that department, you’re instantly considered a nobody.
We see several so called "influencers" upload videos and photos of themselves supporting a cause when in reality they have no idea what it is about. Everybody is doing it why not join in on the trend?
They fail to realise that a cause that is concerned with the lives of fellow human beings is NOT a mere trend for you to follow and gain engagements.
This influencer world may seem like a cockaigne but it can cause anxiety.
These influencers only show the side they want others to see. They want you to see how happy they are with all their designer items, how beautiful Hawaii was last summer or how sunshine and rainbows their relationship is but what we don’t see is the harsh reality.
We’re a generation that is more concerned about bad hair days than mental health.
We’re a generation that will click the like button on a girl eating cake and will completely ignore a video of an artist promoting his artwork that took him hours to create.
We’re a generation that will take no notice of their country’s social distancing rules and attend their friend’s party.
The question still remains unanswered, what is the point of having a million followers when you can’t even "influence" the lives of a handful of people towards the right direction?
Ask yourself a question, are you really going to follow a bunch of selfish people or are you better than that?
Other world news
Faf understands the significance of anti-GBV stance taken by Proteas women - News24
Former Proteas captain Faf du Plessis understands the significance of the anti-gender-based violence stance taken by the women's team.
- Former Proteas captain Faf du Plessis understands the significance of the anti-GBV stance taken by the women's team.
- The women's team played in black against Pakistan at Kingsmead on Saturday in solidarity with GBV victims.
- Du Plessis also said Pakistan will be difficult to beat on their own patch.
12 271 new Covid-19 infections, as total climbs to 1 404 839 - News24
The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases has increased to 1 404 839, with 12 271 new infections recorded in the past 24 hours.
- As of 23 January, 1 404 839 confirmed cases of SARS-CoV-2 have been recorded in South Africa.
- 12 271 new infections were recorded in the last 24 hours.
- 498 new Covid-19-related deaths have been recorded, bringing the death toll to 40 574.
- Gauteng: 378 656
- KwaZulu-Natal: 299 740
- Western Cape: 264 648
- Eastern Cape: 190 084
- Free State: 73 324
- Mpumalanga: 59 291
- North West: 54 366
- Limpopo: 53 942
- Northern Cape: 30 788
- KwaZulu-Natal: 46 542
- Gauteng: 28 359
- Western Cape: 26 480
- North West: 13 338
- Free State: 9 544
- Mpumalanga 6 945
- Limpopo: 6 810
- Northern Cape: 4 408
- Eastern Cape: 4 347
- Eastern Cape: 10 029
- Western Cape: 9 739
- Gauteng: 7 597
- KwaZulu-Natal: 7 302
- Free State: 2 610
- Limpopo: 1 023
- Mpumalanga: 867
- North West: 863
- Northern Cape: 544