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Rohit Sardana- An asset to the Nation

Rohit Sardana, an Indian news anchor, media person, activist, son, husband, father, a friend of many and enemy of none, and a good person.



Rohit Sardana

Rohit Sardana, an Indian news anchor, media person, activist, son, husband, father, a friend of many and enemy of none, and a good person. How a person can play so many roles so efficiently and with exceptional grace? Rohit Sardana had shown all these by his deeds and his nature.


Rohit Sardana was an Indian News Anchor, editor, and columnist who had lived his life with dignity, social service, and modern thoughts.

A boy born on 22 September 1979, Kurukshetra. The land where the epic battle of Mahabharata took place, a place where Lord Krishna preached Bhagwat Gita to Arjun. Isn’t it obvious from this, that a person who was connected to such a holy place, which has a conspired Historical past, must have an intriguing nature?

Yes, The boy is none other than Rohit Sardana. He was born at a place called Kurukshetra, Haryana, India. And maybe this was the reason for his clever and sharp mind that he was very good at debating. After realizing this facet of him, he might think of pursuing his Degree in psychology.


Mr. Sardana had a Degree of Bachelor of Arts in psychology. Maybe He was more into people’s mind than in their appearance. This was the quality that separated him from others. He completed his academic work from 2000 to 2002 by finishing his Master’s Degree in mass communication from Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology. Which led him to work in real-time news studios to interact with different personalities and audiences.


After completing his education, from March 2002 to July 2003, Mr. Sardana worked as a copy- editor in order to start his career in the field. As a trainee copy- editor, he was exposed to the technical features of a real-time studio which includes Anchoring, Copywriting, Editing, Production, and Post-production work.

Along with this, he had contemporary work going on side by side as an Assistant Producer at Sahara Samay from 2003 to 2004. This was his first step to the media industry where he actually studied the functioning of a 24-hour news channel.


After this, He joined Zee news in 2004 as an executive editor, anchor, news presenter, and host for different and famous programs. As he was very good at debating, asking questions, researching, and awareness, He was given a show called Taal Thok Ke at Zee News itself which discusses contemporary issues in India. He also worked as an anchor for the ETV network and akashvani.

From 2004 to 2017, Mr. Sardana worked for Zee News and had made many friends. He was like a revolution for debate programs. He took ‘n’ numbers of interviews, debates, and reviews. With his friend Sudhir Chaudhary, who is the host of India’s Famous show DNA, he shared seats in common shows. In those days, they had a common group of their colleagues named as Zee News No. 1 team.


But in 2017, Mr. Sardana thought of moving forward in life and decided to shift from Zee News to Aaj Tak. In Aaj Tak agency, He had Hosted a very well-known program called Dangal which is actually a Hindi Debate show. As I said earlier, Mr. Sardana was very polished in his Debating format. This was his fortè which helped him grow more.

The Dangal Show on Aaj Tak has been compared to Radio Rwanda. He was criticized for demonizing Muslims, encouraging Jingoism, and strengthening the Hindu-Muslim binary through his show. He was considered to be a part of the pro-government media establishment in India and was also criticized for subservience towards Narendra Modi and the ruling BJP.

With his Debatable nature, he had exposed many politicians, heads of different religious groups. Due to this, he was also trolled sometimes or his biased nature by opposite audiences.

Mr. Sardana also hosted Karmakshetra, where MPs were assessed and he himself created its Report on the work of MPs for their respective constituencies in order to 2014 Indian General Elections. Rohit Sardana was also a recipient of Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Puraskar by the Government of India, in 2018.


When his career was at its zenith and he was becoming a famous TV News Anchor. Meanwhile, he got married to Pramila Dixit, who herself is a journalist at Aaj Tak, writer, blogger, and activist. Mr. And Mrs. Sardana both were happy with their two daughters and parents.

But As everything has an end, after all, Rohit Sardana’s story came to an end.


On 30th April 2021, where it was common for all people to get contagious with Covid-19 for a long time, Mr. Sardana died of Cardiac arrest after testing Covid positive. He died at Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India. While his cremation happened at his birthplace i.e. Kurukshetra.

After testing corona positive, Mr. Sardana went for a city scan on the 24th of April whose reports were not so good but not very bad as well. He had an infection in his lungs. But after four days when He found it difficult to breathe, his wife Pramila forced him to go for an accurate check-up and to get hospitalized as soon as possible. But it was very late by then. On the 29th of April, again scanning done which was shocking as it showed most infections in the lungs.

And on the other day i.e. on 30th April, there was a news that a News Anchor is no more. A person helping others through his social media and television to stay strong, protective, to provide the needful like Plasma, Remdesivir, Oxygen Cylinders through his contacts is now dead.

On his untimely demise, many famous personalities like President Ram Nath Kovind, PM Narendra Modi, and other ministers expressed their condolences. Not only political leaders, but Bollywood stars like Kangana Ranaut, Riteish Deshmukh, and many more even news channels turned their emotions for the first time on National Television. Most of them claimed that Age of 41 is not the age of heart attack or demise. Some shared their griefs.

Zee news where Mr. Sardana worked for 13 years, gave him a tribute while other anchors showed their condolences.

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5 Tips to Motivate Students For Ongoing Board Exams

Exams are one of the important milestones in a student’s life. Students need motivation for board exams to pump their confidence and vanish exam fear.



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Lakhs of students are appearing for class X and XII Board exams in India every year. These exams are one of the most important milestones in a student’s academic life. Along with this students needs motivation for board exams to pump their confidence and vanish the exam fear. This is why the stress caused during these exams is best addressed than avoided.

The urge to pass these exams with a good percentage can sometimes impact the mental health of the students. They might end up worrying about the exam when they should be focusing all their efforts on revisions.

Exam stress can reduce their self-confidence levels, leading to poor performance and outcomes. Hence, it is very crucial for teachers to boost the morale of the students.

Here is what a teacher has come up with some key tips to motivate the  students right before exams:

Understand Students’ Interests

It is a good practice for teachers to know the strengths and weaknesses of the students. Teachers can know their students better by conducting unique sessions centred around “get to know you” discussions. These kinds of sessions can be held on a monthly basis. Activities like clubbing students with similar interests into groups, and assigning writing or speaking tasks can help in increasing students’ enthusiasm for the subject.

Important To Give Feedback

One-to-one mentoring can be of great help for students to gear up before the exams. This can be an opportunity for the students to clarify all their individual doubts and understand the concepts better. They could also open up about the challenges in studies during these interactions. By providing personalised feedback, teachers can better understand each student’s capability. However, the onus remains on the teachers to encourage the young learners to speak during personal mentoring sessions.

Encourage Collaboration and Competition

Be in touch with students. Teachers should encourage the idea of collaboration and competition by pairing up students. They should be encouraged to justify their ideas or articulate an answer while working in pairs. This fosters peer correction and effective analysis of their own progression. Teachers can promote teamwork and this will help the students to learn from each other. Such activities will also expose them to a diverse set of ideas.

Schedule Regular Breaks

Exhaustion remains one of the biggest reasons for students’ demotivation right before any exam. The ability to think rationally is impaired on a greater scale when a person is tired and studies for long hours without taking timely breaks. It is advisable to have regular breaks during study sessions to strike the right balance between studies and recreation. Hence, teachers should help students prepare study timetables which have regular intervals in between.

Exercise a Little

Stress can be a major contributor to underperformance during exams. It is a proven fact that regular exercise keeps both the mind and body healthy. Practising simpler exercises like meditation or yoga can make the students’ mind feel more relaxed. This will help them to stay composed and concentrate better.

Keeping students’ motivation for board exam peaked during Board exams is of utmost paramount. It is easy to motivate them if they have achievable goals, take regular breaks, revise concepts in advance and perform exercises.

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6 indoor plants and their upkeep

While almost all green plants can be kept indoors, some plants need more attention than others. Here best indoor plants for home in India.



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While almost all green plants can be kept indoors, some plants need more attention than others which can be cumbersome if you have a busy schedule. But that doesn’t mean you can’t surround yourself with greenery. Let’s look at some best indoor plants for a home in India.

Rubber tree plant

It is fairly easy to maintain but is fussy when it comes to the amount of water it needs. Here is what you need to know if you have this plant. Rubber plants are rainforest specimens. While they need consistent moistness, they don’t want it to be soggy. Ensure that the pot the plant is in has adequate draining holes.

Use a dish under the pot lined with pebbles to catch extra water. This will keep the roots from sitting in water but provide the humidity as the water evaporates.

Croton plant

Its beautifully patterned leaves can brighten any space. Now that the rains are here in full force, it is important to ensure that you take care of all your plants. Overwatering can lead to root rot. An important thing to keep in mind is that the pot is well-drained. There is moisture in the air, overwatering will harm the plant. Croton also needs at least six to seven hours of sunshine but excess heat will damage its leaves. Try and keep the plant either East or West facing to make sure that the leaves don’t lose their colour.

English Ivy

It looks pretty and while it may look like it is an easy plant to look after, it is not the case. Like any other plant, this plant too will rot and its leaves will turn brown if you overwater them. Before you water it, check the soil. If it is moist, don’t water it. Make sure that the soil is loose and is kept in a well-drained pot. The plant grows in bright light but it is away from direct sunlight. It is a beautiful plan that can be kept inside the home; potting it in a hanging basket is an excellent way to enjoy the beauty of this plant.


The delicate curled leaves that unfurl into long, lacy fronds look pretty. Go into the forest and you will find ferns carpeting the floor. They also make a great houseplant. They can grow in any kind of pot — clay to hanging baskets to ceramic and don’t require full sun to thrive.

But Indian weather is different. A plant that may live happily in any other environment needs a lot of care here. They love moisture. During the rainy season make sure you don’t overwater the plant or the roots will rot. You can even spray water on the leaves to lock the moisture in. You can keep this plant in the bathroom or even the kitchen.

Green Aralia

One of the most important things to keep in mind if you have a green aralia is that it has to be kept away from cold drafts and windows during the winter months to ensure that it thrives. It needs a feed once every other month during the spring. During the summer months, the plant needs liquid fertiliser. However, be careful if you buy this plant; it is mildly toxic to humans and pets. Ingestion can lead to gastrointestinal irritation, nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea.

They are best as landscape plants. While watering aralia which is indoors, deep water is only when the soil is nearly dry. One of the most important things to keep in mind if you have a green aralia is that it has to be kept away from cold drafts and windows during the winter months to ensure that it thrives.

Pitcher plant

It is not always possible to ensure that the plant that you bring is going to live. Hence, it is important to take care of it properly. Let’s take the pitcher plant. So how does one take care of it if one wants to keep it indoors even if it is a carnivorous plant?

Depending on the species, some require full sunlight and those that originate in the floor of the rainforest may need filtered light. It requires moist soil, and keeps the potting soil moist, but not soggy. Allow the pot to drain thoroughly after watering and never let the pot stand in water or the roots will rot.

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Mother’s Day 2022: Significance, history, and importance

Being a mother is a full-time job and gets no appreciation-one day where their worth is truly appreciated. Here’swhy we celebrate mothers day.



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Most of us know that Mother’s Day is celebrated every second Sunday in May. But did you know why we celebrate mothers day? The whole idea behind Mother’s Day is to honour the mother of the family, to celebrate motherhood, maternal bonds, and the important role that they play in shaping society.

Why we celebrate mothers day?

It is said that the need to celebrate this day arose in the 1900s. Back then a daughter – Anna Jarvis, daughter of Ann Reeves Jarvis – to honour the sacrifices made by the mothers made for their children started this holiday.

It is said that Jarvis organized the first Mother’s Day service of worship and celebration at Andrews Methodist Episcopal Church in Grafton, West Virginia, the US which serves as the International Mother’s Day Shrine today.

Did you also know that different countries celebrate this day in different months? Some countries celebrate this day in March. Mother’s Day in Egypt is celebrated on March 21, the first day of spring in the northern hemisphere. In Georgia Mother’s Day is celebrated on March 3.

In some countries, the date is adopted to signify religion, like Virgin Mary Day in Catholic countries. Other countries selected a date with historical significance. For example, Bolivia’s Mother’s Day is a fixed date, commemorating a battle in which women participated to defend their children. Or in Russia where it is celebrated as International Women’s Day instead of Mother’s Day.

In India, the concept of celebrating Mother’s Day is new. This could be because we have traditionally been respectful of our mothers and have been revering them for generations.

We didn’t need to set a single day aside for them. But then, we (Indians) tend to ape the West and what the West does needs to be done back home.

Irrespective of how and when Mother’s Day is celebrated worldwide, children go out of their way to make this a special day for their mother. Lunches, treats and gifts are part and parcel of this day’s celebration.

What can you do? Here are some mothers day 2022 gift ideas

For the foodie mom

If your mother is a foodie a last-minute gift can be a meal subscription box that speaks to your mom’s interests. The subscription boxes are becoming popular across India as they select the finest and latest products every month and ship them across to their clients.

As a gift, you can opt for ingredients, or complete meals, including gourmet food and global cuisine. Innovative subscription boxes share recipes and exquisitely packaged boxes that can be used as a collector’s item.

If your mother is all about fitness

If your mom has been looking to shed some weight, a gym membership is a great gift! There are several gyms in each city that offer membership. This would help your mother work.

If your mother is all about looking good

A woman’s body goes through many changes, and protein is quintessential to cope with it. One can gift herbal products to the mother for that perfect skin that will keep her young at heart forever!


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