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Literacy Will Break All Shackles

“Literacy Is A Foundation To Build A More Sustainable Future For All.”– Irina Bokova, Director-General, UNESCO Source: un.unesco.org The word literacy has acquired new meaning during the past few decades, and it no longer just means being able to read and write. Now literacy also means to be able to read...

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The Indian Currency

The currency has existed in India from as early as the 6th century BC. Coins were circulated in the ancient period, and this tradition was followed exclusively during the medieval as well as the Mughal period, until the introduction of paper currency in the late 18th century. The Indian currency is called “Rupee”...

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Rare Things about The Mahabharata

You must know a lot about Mahabharata but there are still such facts which you are not aware of. We at PencilText have listed below few rarely known facts about Mahabharata. Take a look! Source: Mensxp.com 1. Abhimanyu, the son of Arjun and Subhadra, was said to have born with the soul of the demon Kalyavan, whom lord...

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The Lady Luck has Sunk

The Newtown creek, a publicly owned tanker of the New York City was sunk at the Pompano Beach of South Florida on July 23rd July. The 324-foot tanker, built in 1967, and christened later as the Lady Luck was sold to Shipwreck Park, Inc. in a public-private endeavor, sponsored by the city of Pompano Beach and Isle...

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Now Plastic Roads Too..?

Plastics are synthetic substances derived from petrochemical sources, to be modified according to needs, proving to be a cheap substitute for certain things. But what was developed as a boon earlier has become a bane in today’s world. Incessant use of plastic now poses serious problems related to health and...