Precedence edition

Precedence edition

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  • Posted On : Sep 26, 2020
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Enlightening with humor:


297K subscribers on youtube and approx 520K followers on social media Saloni is one of the most popular comedians on the digital Platform. Famous from the characters like Nazma Aapi, Aadarsh bahu, Desi aunty, Padma Shri Kangana, etc, Saloni has created a distinct identity in the digital entertainment world. Always vocal on the current issues through her humor, Saloni is surely enlightening yet entertaining her audience. In Precedence, Read an exclusive interview with Saloni Gaur where she talks about her journey and how with the hard work and commitment she created her brand. continue reading


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Escaping the reality :


India has been worst hit by Coronavirus and the numbers are still rising constantly. However, handling the current Pandemic situation is not only an issue for the government. There are many obstacles the government has to deal with. From GDP, unemployment, migrant workers, entrance exams, reopening of the economy, etc. are some of the issues where the government is receiving backlash. In focus, read more how the Modi government is receiving criticism on various issues and how the government is escaping the reality. continue reading


A century-old idea:

In these challenging times of pandemic and conflict with the neighboring country, a campaign like Make in India, 'Aatmnirbhar Bharat', Vocal for locals is need of the hour. However, the concept of Make in India and Aatmnirbhar Bharat' is not new to India. The new frame of the self-sufficient nation has re-evolved the concept of the swadeshi movement, the non-cooperation movement, etc introduced by the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi. Let's find out how Gandhi's ideologies from over a century ago still stand strong for the 'New India'! In focus, on the occasion of Gandhi's birth anniversary read more this century-old idea - Gandhi's Make in India continue reading


For a better tomorrow:


In 2011, the UN declared 11 October as International Day of Girl Child. This day is observed to recognize women's rights and the number of challenges faced by the females of our society. It focuses on the need to empower women in the right way because under optimum situations women have the potential and caliber of changing the world. In Focus, read more about the challenges and issues surrounding the girl child. continue reading


The era of connectivity:


The new-age technology is constantly outdoing itself and bringing some mind-blowing innovations to us. The latest exhibit of ever-improving technology has been brought to us with the 5G network connectivity which will revolutionize the digital scenario in the country! 5G or the fifth generation is the most recent upgrade of the existing LTE (Long-term Evolution) network. In Focus, read more about the 5G network and how it going to change the way of connectivity. continue reading


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Rising Indian political influence:


The current generation has witnessed the surge of Indo-Americans in every facet of American life. Be it politics, entertainment, business, or healthcare, we have Indians serving in important positions in all. This year Kamala Harris is the running mate of Joe Biden from the Democrats, giving a tough competition to Trump in getting Indo-American support. In edge, read more about the rising Indian political influence in American politics. continue reading


Tribute to the legend :


On 31st August, Shri Pranab Late Shri Pranab Kumar Mukherjee, the 13th president of India, took his last breath on August 31st, 2020 at the age of 84. He was a visionary man who stood by his ideologies. He served the country in various positions in the government and contributed a lot to society. With his demise, a void has been created in Indian politics and he will forever remain one of the most important leaders of this country. In edge, read our tribute to the legend - Shri Pranab Mukherjee continue reading


75 years of Benevolence:


United Nations is an international organization that came into force on October 24th, 1945 by a 51-country committee to maintain international peace and security. October 24th is celebrated as the United Nations day since 1948, as an occasion to commemorate the founding day of this organization. The year 2020 marks the 75th year of the UN coming into force and making the world a better place altogether. In edge, read more about the United Nations and its impact on the world. continue reading



Created by: Team Precedence
Edited by: Megha Sharma