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For the new generation, looks matter the most! and for that they usually use DSLR cameras to click pictures because DSLR gives amazing photos and due to which there fan following increases. So, today I will try to give a brief about what camera really is.


Basically a digital camera is a deice use to capture pictures without the use of films. Unlike the conventional camera, the digital camera does not rely on mechanical and chemical processes.

Since the images that a digital camera captures is in electronic form, it is a language recognized by computers. This language is called pixels, tiny colored dots represented by ones and zeros that make up the picture that you just took. Just like any conventional cameras, a digital camera is furnished with a series of lenses that focus the light and creates the image that you want to capture. The difference here is then; a conventional camera focuses its light on a film while a digital camera focuses the light into a semiconductor device that electronically records the light. Remember the built in computer, it comes in here and breaks this information to digital data resulting to all the features of the digital camera.

Another feature of the digital camera is that it has a sensor that converts light into electrical charges. A charge coupled device or CCD is an image sensor that is found in a digital camera. While other low-end digital camera use complementary metal oxide semiconductor or CMOS as an image device, it can still become better and more famous in the future but most engineers do not believe that it can replace the CCD for higher-end digital cameras.

The price of a digital camera nowadays have been depreciating, one of the main reasons of this is because of the introduction of CMOS image sensors, this is because CMOS sensors are less expensive and are easier to manufacture than CCD sensors. A CCD and CMOS sensor works the same way at first, by converting the light electrical charges into photosites

. Simply putting it, is to think that a digital camera works in such a way as thinking that the millions of tiny solar cells, each of which forms a part of the whole image. Both CCD and CMOS do this task using different methods.

When shopping for the best digital camera, take note of these key features.

Image quality. Check the resolution of the camera. The higher the resolution, the more thou will be able to enlarge your picture without the grainy or the out-of-focus effect that we all want to avoid.

Lens. Choose a digital camera with better digital zoom. The digital zoom of the camera will enable you take the pixels from the image sensor and incorporate them to make an image.But taking a good lens can weigh your pocket because lenses are very much expensive. So,keep your budget in your mind while taking lens.

Power. Always opt for rechargeable batteries, they can always come in handy, plus you don’t waste as much money on the disposable ones.

Options. So you can brag to your friends how good a photographer or artist you are. Or choose the one that gives options that best cater to your lifestyle, so you won’t ever whine how you never get the right pictures.

Memory. If you’re a photo freak, be sure that you have enough memory in your camera to take all the wacky, freaky, funny and just about any photo you can. Think 512MB if you’re a photo junkie and takes pictures of just about anything.Vlogger

Computer Interface. Always make sure that it is compatible with your PC, laptop, palmtop or whatever your local picture printer software is, you don’t want to go running around the whole state or the country looking for a computer that’s compatible with your digital camera, wont you?!

Physical. If you are going to be bringing it everywhere, choose a handy and portable digital camera. This way, it won’t always feel as heavy and bulky as those cameras that you see professional photographers are always dragging on their neck. Don’t they ever get tired of that?!

These are just the basic things you have to look for in a digital camera when you buy one. A digital camera is so great that it is quickly replacing all conventional cameras in the market, with all its technology and portability, truly the digital camera is the future of cameras.

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Knowledge will give you a power,

But good character will give you



How to succeed in our life : A true story based

a man named Samar khan lived in a village. He belonged a poor family. But he loves his family. When he 10years old he had a brilliant brain. He also became first in his class.every teacher who read him also fan him.when he passed his 10th class exam he faced an accident. Story continued....follow me

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Actor Ranveer Singh says there was a time when he thought he would never make it big in Bollywood as he had no filmy connections.

"I had a struggle period, my first realization of becoming a mainstream actor was perhaps a bit far-fetched. It was in the 10th standard. I sort of realized that my dream - after all - may not come true because most of the people around me were from a filmy lineage," Ranveer said.

The actor looked back at his struggle in his initial days in his acting career during an episode of "Starry Nights 2. Oh!". The episode will air on Zee Cafe on Sunday, read a statement.

"I thought to settle for something which seems within my reach. So, I decided to join a university in America for further studies and I was late to register for classes due to procrastination only to find out that the acting class for non-majors had a slot empty, so I enrolled myself in," he added.

"I was told to perform on my first day by my instructor and everybody loved the performance, and that is when I realized I am a performer."

Ranveer, who made his debut in 2010 with the film "Band Baaja Baaraat" as a raw Delhi boy, proved his mettle in the various roles in films like "Ladies vs Ricky Bahl", "Lootera", "Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela", "Gunday", "Dil Dhadakne Do" and "Bajirao Mastani". He added more power to his star status with "Padmaavat" and "Simmba".secure.”

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Kartik Aaryan, who is riding on the success of back-to-back hits, is a hot favourite right now, with filmmakers queuing up outside his door. However, his journey has not been easy and he has witnessed his fair share of struggles.

In an interaction with Humans Of Bombay, Kartik revealed that he realised his acting dreams after watching Shah Rukh Khan in Baazigar. “I was born in the small town of Gwalior. My parents were in the medical field & I was going to do engineering. But in 9th grade, I saw Baazigar & I knew I wanted to be on the other side of the screen,” he said.

To set his acting career in motion, Kartik decided to shift base to Mumbai and go to college there. “Luckily I got into a college in Navi Mumbai. I stayed in a hostel & searched for auditions. I had no contacts, so I’d type keywords like, ‘Actor Needed’ on Facebook. I’d travel for 6 hours 3-4 times a week for auditions. At times, I’d be rejected from outside the studio because I didn’t ‘look the part’. But I still had hope,” he said.

Kartik revealed that he did not even have the funds to get a portfolio made. “I had limited finances. I couldn’t even afford a portfolio—I’d crop my face out of group photos to send to agents! All the while I’d skip college to give auditions & my parents didn’t know about any of this,” he said.

It was an advertisement for an audition that led Kartik to bag Pyaar Ka Punchnama. “They liked me & auditioned me many times. My final audition script was the monologue that then became my identity! Finally, when I got the role, I was at Andheri station & immediately called my mom! She couldn’t believe it! After 2 & a half years of struggle, what I had imagined as a possibility, was now a reality.”

Despite Pyaar Ka Punchnama being a sleeper hit, Kartik was not immediately inundated with offers. “I stayed in the same flat with 12 boys till my third film! At the time, my mom was adamant I finish my degree, so while shooting, I gave my exams—& people in the exam hall were clicking photos with me! But I understood that she wanted my future to be secure.”

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Mridul Madhok is one of the famous Tik-Tok stars as well as a Dancer, Choreographer, Actor, Model, and YouTuber. He became famous since he started uploading videos on TikTok. Mridul is also known for his eye-catching pictures on social media, a muscular body, and fashionable looks.

TikTok star Mridul Modhak was born on 19 January 1991 in Delhi, India. His age is 28 years old (as in 2019). Mridul completed his schooling from Delhi Public School. Currently, he lives in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

Some Interesting Facts & Information of Mridul Madhok

Mridul wanted to become an actor since his childhood. He used to perform many acts in his school drama and won various awards.He started his career as a TikTok star by making small videos in duet. Later, when he gained popularity, he began to create independent content. He uploads videos regarding beauty, health, and self-hygiene tips and tricks. Currently, he has 7 million followers on TikTok.

After becoming famous, he started receiving offers for brand endorsement from various brands like Mamaearth beauty product, mCaffeine products, Candere by Kalyan Jewellers, etc.He has a YouTube channel named Mridul Madhok on which he has 542k subscribers. Here also he uploads similar videos.In November 2019, he appeared in his first Punjabi music video ”Kaala Jadu”.

Mridul is also a dancer and a choreographer by profession.

He also runs grooming classes.

As a model, he is also a fitness freak guy. He has a muscular body, and he never skips his exercises and gym.

Apart from acting, Mridul also loves to travel. He visited various countries but his favourite holiday destination is Switzerland.

He is a bike lover, and his favourite bike is Harley Davidson.

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Prince-The Desi Rapper launches his art logo.

Delhi: Prince , who turned a year older on on Feb22 , launched his art logo yesterday .

This logo is re- launched as per sources and this logo was designed by prince itself.

Also to be said prince is going to launch his new track soon. And is planning for multiple tracks ahead.

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As Prince-the desi rapper comes up with a new music series, the rapper talks about its unique format and the state of independent music in the country.

Rapper Prince went from an independent artist to become one of the artists in Pollywood and now he is ready to with new upcoming projects . In an interview on the sidelines of the event, the rapper candidly discussed money, achievements and rap as a genre in India.


How did you come up with the idea of making a series around music?

That was the result of collective brainstorming and my team found it very interesting. I wanted it to be different from all the other formats available on television.

Every culture and every city has a different vibe. We have shot in Delhi-Ncr with kk-the rapper and tushar azad which gave the song a unique new feel.

Does money motivate you more than personal satisfaction?

Money is a resource for me and it is needed to make music. If I need to make music, I need a laptop which again comes for a cost and so are stage shows. Most of the time it is personal satisfaction, but sometimes money does motivate you.

How do you pick up your hook lines?

My lines are witty in nature and I love to be surrounded by people who are witty. I usually pick up lines from conversations and I try making them simpler.I used it because I realised that it can be relatable for many people.

Do Indians take rap seriously as a genre?

As an art form, it is is not taken seriously and it is still seen as somewhere inferior. To evolve as an art form, it will take time because it is in a small zone and it will grow slowly and then people will take it seriously. It was the case with stand up comedy also but now people take it as a serious profession. With the rise of Kapil Sharma people started taking stand up comedy seriously and many comedians are getting work. People did not take contemporary dancers seriously but Remo (D’ Souza) sir is changing that perception now as he has given many people a platform to perform.

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Your startup’s name is one of the first things potential customers will encounter. It’s often the first impression they’ll have of your brand. So it’s important to choose a name that’s not only catchy and memorable, but one that represents your brand well.

There are a few things to keep in mind when choosing a startup name. It should be easy to pronounce and spell, brevity is key, and it should be relevant to your brand. You should also avoid using jargon or inside jokes that only a small group of people will get.

Choosing the perfect name for your startup is a big decision. But with a little thought and planning, you can come up with a name that’s not only perfect for your business, but one that will help it thrive.

Your startup's name is one of your most important branding decisions. It will be one of the first things people learn about your company, and it can impact everything from initial investment to customer acquisition. When choosing startup names, you should consider its meaning, how it will look on marketing materials, and whether it will be easy to register and trademark. To get started, reach out to our team of branding experts for help choosing the perfect name.

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How Is Defense Sector Fueling Biocomposites Sale?

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According to the 2022 World Population Review, the world military expenditure stood at $1.917 trillion in 2019. As per this report, governments of the U.S., China, Saudi Arabia, India, the U.K., Germany, Japan, Russia, South Korea, and France spent $750 billion, $237 billion, $67.6 billion, $61 billion, $55.1 billion, $50 billion, $49 billion, $48 billion, $44 billion, and $41.5 billion, respectively, on their defense sectors. Governments around the world are increasing their military expenditure to address geopolitical tensions and ensure national security.

In an attempt to ensure security, countries are focusing on creating sturdy military aircraft, which can be made from biocomposites. Thus, the surging need for new and advanced military aircraft will help the biocomposites market prosper in the foreseeable future. Aircraft manufacturers use wood-plastic composites in military aircraft, due to their high thermal, chemical, and mechanical strength. Owing to such advantages, these composite materials have become an essential part of the airframe structure of a military aircraft.

Additionally, the surging need for lightweight materials in the automobile industry to develop fuel-efficient vehicles that adhere to the vehicle safety standards of governments will also increase the consumption of biocomposites worldwide. Nowadays, automobile OEMs are increasingly using natural fiber composites in doors, windows, dashboards, and driver cabins to reduce overall vehicle weight. In addition, automakers use wood-plastic composites in rear shelves and trims for trunks, headliners, spare wheels, interior trim for doors, and seat bases.

Apart from the automotive and aerospace industries, the construction, medical, packaging, and consumer goods sectors also use biocomposites to reduce environmental degradation. In comparison to synthetic composites, natural composites have higher fiber content, lower environmental impacts, and lower cost, owing to which end users are shifting from plastic composites to biocomposites. Natural composites help mitigate air pollution and solve landfill issues, owing to which researchers and scientists are actively working toward deriving composites from natural sources.

In the years gone by, end users have preferred structural biocomposites over non-structural variants, due to the superior load-bearing property of the former. Structural biocomposites are used in the construction of stairs, furniture, roof systems, and framing components. Biocomposites used in these application areas are produced by Meshlin Composites ZRT, Jelu-Werk J. Ehrler GmbH & Co. Kg, Tecnaro GmbH, Alpas SRL, Green Bay Decking LLC, MCG Bio Composites LLC, Universal Forest Products Inc., and Flexform Technologies.

According to P&S Intelligence, the APAC region led the biocomposites market in the last few years, owing to the rapid industrialization in regional countries. Additionally, the burgeoning use of lightweight materials in the automotive and aerospace industries will also encourage the use of biocomposites in the region. Besides, the rising need for non-toxic, moisture and thermal resistant, and biodegradable materials in the construction sector will also propel the use of such composites in APAC countries.

Thus, the increasing demand for military aircraft and the surging use of lightweight materials in the automobile sector will facilitate the consumption of biocomposites, worldwide.

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Hamari Pahchan, is a Delhi based NGO that puts forth a platform to aid the marginalized of our society.They provide a variety of opportunities to the underprivileged people so that they can create their own Pahchan (identity).their focus spans over multiple areas like education, menstrual health awareness, unemployment and hunger. Since its inception in 2015,they have helped educate 11250+ children, help 2000+ women with employment opportunities, distributed 10,000+ menstrual hygiene kits and 1500+ corona kits.their relentless efforts have helped us in becoming one of the best NGOs in Delhi. Their projects like the Drishti Project (Educating Children), Sukhad Project (Awareness regarding menstrual hygiene for women, distribution of health kit), Skill Development (Providing employment opportunities to the underprivileged) and initiatives like COVID-19 aid, have proved immensely beneficial to a lot of people. Their team works with a will to elevate people’s lives, fulfil their dreams and make them self-reliant which will further accelerate national growth and push the Atma Nirbharta initiative to new heights.


“they believe that every person matters and every person should acquire worth in the society. Thus, they provide a platform for everyone to polish their talent and make India worth living. They are creating a society where everyone can make their own Pahchan”.


Prevention of all kinds of exploitation and community intervention to make the issues of gender-based violence visible in the society and urging people to stand up, be vocal and intervene to express their feelings.

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About Hamari Pahchan NGO

Hamari Pahchan is an NGO that gives a platform to deserving people from across the society. The team is filled with a will to contribute towards the society at large, focusing on making people happier and filling them with chances of success.


Selected intern’s day-to-day responsibilities include:

Creating a fundraising campaign- you will be given the list of causes on which we are working currently. You need to select one of the causes and create a supporting campaign

Promoting it on social media and on WhatsApp- You will broadcast the campaign on personal chat to all your contacts and ask them to contribute. There is no target for the same

Call for Volunteers- You need to circulate the messages regarding the volunteering opportunity and forward the details of the interested candidates.

Raise awareness about the cause you have selected

Have relevant skills and interests


1 Week




Part-time allowed



Flexible work hours

Additional Information

LoR shall be granted to exceptionally well-performing candidates

My experience:-

My name is priya kumari. I belong to jamshedpur. I am a BCA student in Netaji subhash university, jamshedpur. I am in second year.

Before this I worked in some social groups such 1) zomato feeding India chapter-jamshedpur.

2) Animal welfare.

3) jamshedpur queer circle.

And , I am also a part of 7 days charity drive internship and, it is very flexible, enjoying this social work a lot, exploring new things, learning new skills and communication.

I also got a selection certificate and I would like to share with all of you.

I am very pleased to be a part of social change as I am following my one of the hobbies.

i really hope that this NGO is bringing change and evolution and, we all must be the part of the internship and this NGO.

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Global Hepatitis Drugs Market Set to Exhibit Unprecedented Growth in Future

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The increasing prevalence of different types of hepatitis types, including hepatitis B and C, is one of the major factors propelling the demand for hepatitis drugs across the world. An article published by the Hepatitis B Foundation says that hepatitis is one of the leading causes of mortality in the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), almost 1 million deaths are caused every year by hepatitis B and the numerous complications associated with it in the world, and nearly 500,000 deaths are caused every year across the globe, because of hepatitis C.

The other major factor powering the surge in the demand for hepatitis drugs is the soaring number of government initiatives and incentives being enacted throughout the world for promoting the development of different types of drugs for hepatitis. In addition to this, many government organizations and firms such as the WHO, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), American Liver Foundation, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are taking various measures for encouraging diagnosis, promoting the development of drug therapies, and helping the healthcare service providers to offer tailor-made solutions to patients.

Due to the above-mentioned factors, the global hepatitis drugs market is predicted to register huge growth over the next few years. In simpler terms, hepatitis refers to the condition that arises because of the inflammation of the liver. There are drugs available for different types of hepatitis in the market namely hepatitis A, hepatitis B, and hepatitis C. Out of these three, the drugs for hepatitis C recorded huge demand in the past and this trend is expected to continue in the coming years as well, as a result of the high prevalence of this type of liver infection.

The major trends currently being witnessed in the hepatitis drugs market are the rising number of collaborations and partnerships happening amongst the leading hepatitis drugs producing companies in the world. There has been a massive rise in the number of collaborations and partnerships amongst the major hepatitis drugs producing companies over the last few years for accelerating and streamlining the various drug development processes. Additionally, most of the companies are collaborating with each other in order to develop novel solutions for the treatment of hepatitis infections.

Across the world, North America observed huge demand for hepatitis drugs in the past and this trend is also predicted to continue in the coming years. This is mainly attributed to the presence of a large geriatric population in the region. In addition to this, the governments and private organizations in many North American countries are taking numerous measures and initiatives for increasing the public awareness about hepatitis infections, their severity, and treatment and this is massively boosting the demand for hepatitis drugs in the region.

Therefore, it can be said with full confidence that owing to the rising incidence of hepatitis infections, soaring geriatric population, and the increasing awareness amongst the masses regarding hepatitis infections and their treatment options, the demand for hepatitis drugs will shoot-up across the globe in the coming years.

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by Naripireddy Anu Ramya, currently working as an intern in Hamari Pahchan NGO.

“The future belongs to those who learn more skills and combine them in creative ways.” - Robert Greene. Skills are very important if one wants to be independent because skill earns livelihood. Here, I would like to highlight the importance of skill development and initiatives taken by Hamari Pahchan NGO.

According to Periodic Labour Force Survey data 2019-20, 86.1% of those between 15 and 59 years had not received any kind of vocational training. India has an advantage of demographic dividend because of its vast population, it has a high scope of providing skilled manpower to the labour market. But unfortunately, only 4.7% of the total workforce in India had undergone formal skill training. The Government of India has taken initiatives like Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana, SANKALP and STRIVE to improve relevant skills in the workforce.

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 About Hamari Pahchan NGO

  • I am an intern with the Hamari Pahchan NGO right now, and I really enjoy it, as my mentors support me in any manner they can. Their mission is to assist many women who wish to provide financial support for their families and children whose parents are unable to pay for their child's tuition. As many events are arranged to support them, they assist them in gaining experience and confidence. Being a part of this NGO makes me very grateful.
  • Hamari Pahchan NGO, based in Delhi and directed by international chess player Tarun Mathur (Founder) and his wife Mrs Anjli Mathur (President), has developed a new measure of teaching and learning for the underprivileged children.
  • Tarun Mathur has a different vision of providing resources and education to underprivileged children. He wants to bridge/cover the gap between a public school student and a government school student.
  • Really hardworking organisation with project based of real society issues.It an amazing NGO with full of passionate people.The place is full of positive energy.working as a student intern for humari pahchan has taught me new things and also made me more aware of the evils of today`s world.
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