All you need to know about, Kulbhushan Jadhav

Kulbhushan Jadhav; an Indian national who has been arrested in Baluchistan, Pakistan on charges of terrorism and spying on 3 March 2016. Pakistan government stated that Jadhav was serving the Indian navy and then commissioned to the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), but according to the statement of Indian Ministry of External Affairs, Jadhav got […]

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TEAM MEMBERS

“A brain needs to exercise positive thinking and imagination for a healthy mindset.” Nandini Goel “If you express your raw emotions; you attain mental peace and happiness.” Kajal Gautam “Healing takes time, and asking for help is a courageous step.” Sagun Jain “What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, and more unashamed conversation.” […]

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TALK AND HEAL

‘Mental Health’ and ‘Relationships’ is an inevitable part of life. But no one exactly understands the pain in the healing process though everyone goes through it. So, as a team of 11 individuals who are emotionally strong and are ready to serve for its literacy, Nanidiction takes an initiative where people can put forward their […]

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WHY GUNJAN SAXENA IS TOPPING THE CONTROVERSY CHART?

Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil girl, a dharma production movie, directed by Sharan Sharma with a star cast of Pankaj Tripathi, Jahanvi Kapoor, and Angad Bedi. It was released on 12 August 2020 on Netflix. The movie reflects the journey of a former flight lieutenant Gunjan Saxena who dreamt of being a pilot and how her […]

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Travelling with Responsibility in North East India

“Don’t destroy what you come to enjoy” – Anonymous Travelling has become an exclusive trend, providing refreshing new sights, thrilling experiences and memory of a lifetime. The purpose differs according to the perception on how one travels – leisure, business, adventure and education. Nevertheless, it gives us the opportunity to be engaged in an activity […]

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MENTAL HEALTH: FACTS AND SELF HELP METHODS

Facts collected from: The Economic Times As indicated by an estimate by the World Health Organization (WHO), mental illness makes about 15% of the complete infection over the world. A similar estimate recommends that India has perhaps the biggest populace influenced from mental illness. Subsequently, WHO has named India as the world’s ‘most depressing nation’. […]

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