37 Matching Annotations
  1. Dec 2021
    1. Indian Medical Council Act, 1956 was amended and Section 10D was inserted to empower the MCI to conduct NEET. Moreover the review petition against this judgment was allowed in 2016 and the Supreme Court ordered the conduct of NEET from 2016 itself.

      NEET implementation

    2. In any case, the field is occupied by the central law namely Section 14 of the National Medical Commission Act, 2019 that provides for NEET.
  2. Aug 2021
  3. Jun 2021
  4. May 2021
    1. Prof. Christina Pagel on Twitter: “So Hancock confirms that B.1.617.2 (‘India’ variant) is now dominant in England. Harries says we must remain ‘vigilant’. What does vigilant even mean? That we watch very carefully as a new, more dangerous, variant takes over cos it was so fun last time? Yeah, I’m pissed off” / Twitter. (n.d.). Retrieved May 28, 2021, from https://twitter.com/chrischirp/status/1397951741283405825

  5. Jan 2021
  6. Dec 2020
    1. Look at filmmaker Anubhav Sinha’s last three films. He went for Muslim minority story (Mulk) then he went to do a Dalit-related, anti-caste-related story in Article 15, and now he has gone for domestic violence (Thappad). He has touched religion, caste and gender.
  7. Sep 2020
  8. Jul 2020
  9. Apr 2020
    1. Wheeler-Howard Ac

      The Wheeler-Howard Act, also known as the Indian Reorganization Act, aimed to protect Native people’s religions and lifestyles in a radical shift away from assimilation policies, and represented an open admission that allotment was a mistake. Tribes were required to accept or reject the IRA by referendum; the establishment of tribal self-government was to be decided the same way. When a majority of adult tribal members approved the IRA, they could then write a constitution, which had to be approved by another majority vote and the Secretary of the Interior. Tribes who approved the IRA could then elect a tribal council.

  10. Sep 2019
    1. Sunday, 14 October. In the morning, I ordered the boats to be got ready, and coasted along the island toward the north- northeast to examine that part of it, we having landed first at the eastern part. Presently we discovered two or three villages, and the people all came down to the shore, calling out to us, and giving thanks to God. Some brought us water, and others victuals: others seeing that I was not disposed to land, plunged into the sea and swam out to us, and we perceived that they interrogated us if we had come from heaven. An old man came on board my boat; the others, both men and women cried with loud voices–“Come and see the men who have come from heavens. Bring them victuals and drink.” There came many of both sexes, every one bringing something, giving thanks to God, prostrating themselves on the earth, and lifting up their hands to heaven. They called out to us loudly to come to land, but I was apprehensive on account of a reef of rocks, which surrounds the whole island, although within there is depth of water and room sufficient for all the ships of Christendom, with a very narrow entrance. There are some shoals withinside, but the water is as smooth as a pond. It was to view these parts that I set out in the morning, for I wished to give a complete relation to your Highnesses, as also to find where a fort might be built. I discovered a tongue of land which appeared like an island though it was not, but might be cut through and made so in two days; it contained six houses. I do not, however, see the necessity of fortifying the place, as the people here are simple in war-like matters, as your Highnesses will see by those seven which I have ordered to be taken and carried to Spain in order to learn our language and return, unless your Highnesses should choose to have them all transported to Castile, or held captive in the island. I could conquer the whole of them with fifty men, and govern them as I pleased. Near the islet I have mentioned were groves of trees, the most beautiful I have ever seen, with their foliage as verdant as we see in Castile in April and May. There were also many streams. After having taken a survey of these parts, I returned to the ship, and setting sail, discovered such a number of islands that I knew not which first to visit; the natives whom I had taken on board informed me by signs that there were so many of them that they could not be numbered; they repeated the names of more than a hundred. I determined to steer for the largest, which is about five leagues from San Salvador; the others were some at a greater, and some at a less distance from that island. They are all very level, without mountains, exceedingly fertile and populous, the inhabitants living at war with one another, although a simple race, and with delicate bodies.

      Question #2

  11. May 2019
    1. In short, the Indians ask for assis-tance, technical and financial, for the time needed, however long that may be, to regain in the America of the space age some measure of the adjust-ment they enjoyed as the original possessors of their native land.

      The wording here is not entirely clear to me... what is "Some measure of the adjustment they enjoyed?"

    2. We insist again that this is not special pleading. We ask only that the United States be true to its own traditions and set an example to the world in fair dealing.

      Here is the problem! "We ask" Instead of "We demand"

    3. Consider whether the following excerpts from the Declaration of Indian Purpose should be read as blatantly milquetoast or latently radical and how the authors attempted to transform Indian politics into a Cold War imperative.

      This document is a criticism of the Declaration of Indian Purpose, and seeks to re-analyse and re-examine how Indian Interests and rhetorical/political strategies have evolved in the past 20 years.

    4. Challenges came from conservatives who feared its critical edge would be seen as un-American and ardent nationalists who believed that it did not go far enough in demanding sovereignty.

      Calling out the opposition and it's motivation. Explaining where the challenges for Native Americans are coming from, and posturing politically.

    5. Declaration of Indian Purpose’

      Framing this 1961 document in relation to the previous 1944, canonizing these with a shared Native American History within an explicitly recognized narrative. This is the framework that the author chooses to present this message.

      https://americanindianmovementehs.weebly.com/ "The Declaration of Indian Purpose is a book concerning the founding of the National Congress of American Indians in 1944. - 64 Indian tribes met in Chicago to emphasize "the right to choose their own way of life" and "the responsibility of preserving their precious heritage."

  12. Apr 2019
    1. Avvatar India is one of the best supplement company in India which manufacture whey protein at its own plant. The entire process of protein powder manufacturing is completed within 24 hours and ensured its freshness. This protein powder helps to complete the need of protein which our body required.

  13. Apr 2018
    1. Here, Marjorie is likely referring to a Navajo rug. She mentions explicitly using these rugs as gifts frequently, as in her May 12, June 6, and June 19, 1924 letters.

      In each case, she alludes to these rugs only briefly, possibly suggesting how obvious to her their potential as souvenirs and "unique" decor was.

  14. Jan 2018
  15. Nov 2017
    1. Trending Videos Top YouTube Channels Marketing Guides Guest Blogging Video Marketing YouTube Marketing Facebook Video Marketing Tips & Tricks YouTube Analysis Infographics Video Marketing webinar Video Trends Branded Content YouTube Series Online Video News YouTuber Interviews Platforms Facebook Vine Instagram Netflix YouTube Industry Insights Entertainment Beauty & Cosmetics Lifestyle MCN Resources More Vidooly Product Updates Video Technology Social Video Online Video Streaming Video Production Weekly Roundup Video Marketing YouTube Marketing Facebook Video Marketing Tips & Tricks YouTube Analysis Infographics Video Marketing webinar Video Trends Branded Content YouTube Series Online Video News YouTuber Interviews Platforms Facebook Vine Instagram Netflix YouTube Industry Insights Entertainment Beauty & Cosmetics Lifestyle MCN Resources More Vidooly Product Updates Video Technology Social Video Online Video Streaming Video Production Weekly Roundup _pe.subscribe(); HomeVideo TrendsYouTube Series Most watched Indian Web series on YouTube. Akshay ChandraNovember 22, 2017YouTube Series If you look back 10 years from now, almost every engineering or management student was thorough with western telly soaps like “How I Met Your Mother, FRIENDS, The Walking Dead, Mad Men and Breaking Bad.” Ask them about Indian television soaps and you will be judged on your watching habits and T.V series you like. It was and it is obvious that millions of young Indian millennials don’t have anything to watch on Indian television except watching mother-in-laws who loves overthinking and daughters-in-laws who are classified as typical Indian women from the 19th century. With this age-old scripted clone shows of one another, who needs television right now? If these shows still generate viewership from adults between the age of 30 to 65, what are Indian millennials are watching now? The rise of Netflix in India paved the way for various competitors trying to create content that is inclined towards young adults and millennials of India. Amazon Prime came up with some fresh web series like Inside Edge featuring established actors like Vivek Oberoi. But the one platform that stood out of the competition luring young viewers in India was YouTube. This year, YouTube reported a massive surge in India with 180 million monthly active users on mobile devices alone where handsets account for 80% of total watch time. Since 2011, YouTube has worked with regional studios to help them get a wider distribution. In 2014, content creators from Mumbai including TVF and AIB were making waves on YouTube and gaining traction. We can say that TVF is the pioneer of Indian Web series on YouTube. A large portion of this content was a mix of Hindi and English, which proved to be popular in the metropolitan cities including Mumbai, New Delhi, and Bengaluru. Thus, in order to check the effectivity of these Indian YouTube web series, Vidooly took the responsibility to check the total viewership of every YouTube web series ever uploaded on YouTube platform. After documenting more than 130 + Indian web series playlists on YouTube, here are the most watched Indian web series on YouTube aligned as per their viewership. Channel TitleWeb series Title Viewership BeingIndianMumbai On41,070,790 Shitty Ideas TrendingMen The Real Victims36,864,336 TheViralFeverVideosTVF's Permanent Roommates31,322,645 YFilmsSex Chat with Pappu & Papa30,310,109 VB On The WebTwisted28,082,221 YFilmsBang Baaja Baaraat25,112,907 YFilmsLadies Room24,832,571 VB On The WebMaaya22,193,313 East India ComedyEIC Vs Bollywood21,677,800 TheViralFeverVideosTVF Tripling19,297,772 Purani Dili TalkiesPDT Bewadey18,853,230 Dice MediaLittle Things18,556,856 The TimelinersThe Aam Aadmi Family18,275,268 Purani Dili TalkiesPDT GyANDUpanti18,102,590 YFilmsMan's World17,877,347 NOTE: You have to understand the difference between a sketch and a webseries in India. A web series is a series of scripted or non-scripted videos, generally in episodic form, released on the Internet. Most of the playlist we jotted down have “Webseries” in their title. A sketch, on the other hand, is a short form of video without any continuation. For example, YouTube channels like Filter Copy, BB Ki Vines, and Ashish Chanchlani Vines are the pioneers of the short form of comedy sketches. Also, we avoided the content that was posted on TV first followed by their YouTube channel. Bindas YouTube channel possess. The ranking is based on overall viewership and not average views per episode. HERE ARE THE INSIGHTS The most viewed web series playlist – Mumbai On | YouTube channel – BeingIndian YouTube channel with most web series – TheViralFeverVideos | 12 web series Most disliked Indian YouTube web series – What If | YouTube channel – SnG Comedy Most liked and engaged Indian YouTube webseries – EIC Outrage | YouTube channel – East India Comedy Most watched Indian Web series on YouTube. 2017-11-22T17:32:09+00:00 2017-11-27T17:57:10+00:00 Akshay Chandra People Also ReadBranded content on Webseries – YouTube IndiaIndian web shows in 2016 – Beginning of a new era of entertainment in the countryAnalysis of All TVF Original Web SeriesSacred Games- The First Netflix Original Series from India13 Indian Web Series that you can Binge Watch for Free on YouTubeSex Chat with Pappu & Papa Finale Review + Web Series AnalysisYouTube Red originals – Ghostmates (2016) with T-pain and SmoshWill online video eventually kill TV in India? Comments comments indian web series on youtubeAkshay ChandraContent SpecialistBeing an artist, movie buff and a media enthusiast, content writing is my career train. I am a proud alumni of Symbiosis Institute of Media Communication (Pune) and currently working for Vidooly. All about online video(function() { if (!window.mc4wp) { window.mc4wp = { listeners: [], forms : { on: function (event, callback) { window.mc4wp.listeners.push({ event : event, callback: callback }); } } } } })(); Name Email address: Leave this field empty if you're human: Follow us (function() { var cx = '000567304743394344014:ijucnstgltm'; var gcse = document.createElement('script'); gcse.type = 'text/javascript'; gcse.async = true; gcse.src = 'https://cse.google.com/cse.js?cx=' + cx; var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(gcse, s); })();  powered by Learn More Beauty & Makeup (3) Blogs em português (1) Blogs en Español (66) Branded Content (9) Entertainment (54) Facebook (21) Facebook Video Marketing (8) Industry Insights (55) Infographics (12) Instagram (5) Lifestyle (2) MCN Resources (9) Netflix (3) Online Video News (68) Online Video Streaming (3) Periscope (1) Platforms (22) Social Video (3) Tips & Tricks (89) Video Marketing (122) Video Marketing webinar (2) Video SEO (8) Video Trends (30) Vidooly Product Updates (23) Vine (2) Weekly Roundup (15) YouTube (10) YouTube Analysis (19) YouTube Marketing (27) YouTube Series (11) YouTube Success Stories (7) YouTuber Interviews (10) Insights The Late Show with Stephen Colbert wins the 100 days of Trump – Full Report May 3, 2017 How Airline safety has evolved through Video Marketing November 17, 2017 Vidooly Predicts Ittefaq’s box office collection November 2, 2017 VIDOOLY YOUTUBE MONTHLY REPORT – 2017 September 21, 2017 YOUTUBE INDUSTRY ANALYSIS – DUBAI September 7, 2017 The Late Show with Stephen Colbert wins the 100 days of Trump – Full Report May 3, 2017 How Airline safety has evolved through Video Marketing November 17, 2017 Recent Top 10 Best Netflix Original Shows To Binge-Watch In 2017 Branded content on Webseries – YouTube India Most watched Indian Web series on YouTube. Top 10 Richest YouTubers Of 2017 Top 10 Bollywood Celebrities On Instagram How Airline safety has evolved through Video Marketing What to do when you don’t have YouTube CMS? Top 10 YouTube Channels For Watching South Indian Movies Dubbed In Hindi Top 10 Indian Fashion Brands On Facebook Top YouTube Channels For Pet And Animal Lovers Introducing Brand Safety Tool from Vidooly MOST POPULAR FACEBOOK VIDEO PUBLISHERS IN INDIA – 2017 Vidooly Predicts Ittefaq’s box office collection YouTubers who became Authors in 2017 Top 10 Halloween Costume DIY Ideas How Vidooly powered Mindshare to win bronze in media research 8 Youtubers who became singers in Bollywood Automate YouTube CMS reports through Vidooly’s report automation tool Most Popular Twin YouTubers 10 Indian YouTubers who made it to Bollywood Follow us About Tips & Tricks Best practices for your Video SEO A complete guide to YouTube copyright laws Annotations and Cards Your Guide for a successful Vlogging career if(!(window.ga&&ga.create)){(function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){(i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o),m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m)})(window,document,'script','//www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js','__omGaTracker');}var qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj,qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj_poll=function(){var r=0;return function(n,l){clearInterval(r),r=setInterval(n,l)}}();!function(e,t,n){if(e.getElementById(n)){qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj_poll(function(){if(window['om_loaded']){if(!qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj){qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj=new OptinMonsterApp();return qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj.init({"u":"14563.496447","staging":0,"dev":0,"beta":0});}}},25);return;}var d=false,o=e.createElement(t);o.id=n,o.src="https://a.optnmstr.com/app/js/api.min.js",o.async=true,o.onload=o.onreadystatechange=function(){if(!d){if(!this.readyState||this.readyState==="loaded"||this.readyState==="complete"){try{d=om_loaded=true;qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj=new OptinMonsterApp();qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj.init({"u":"14563.496447","staging":0,"dev":0,"beta":0});o.onload=o.onreadystatechange=null;}catch(t){}}}};(document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0]||document.documentElement).appendChild(o)}(document,"script","omapi-script");var h765myb6jy5osojj,h765myb6jy5osojj_poll=function(){var r=0;return function(n,l){clearInterval(r),r=setInterval(n,l)}}();!function(e,t,n){if(e.getElementById(n)){h765myb6jy5osojj_poll(function(){if(window['om_loaded']){if(!h765myb6jy5osojj){h765myb6jy5osojj=new OptinMonsterApp();return h765myb6jy5osojj.init({"u":"14563.406954","staging":0,"dev":0,"beta":0});}}},25);return;}var d=false,o=e.createElement(t);o.id=n,o.src="https://a.optnmstr.com/app/js/api.min.js",o.async=true,o.onload=o.onreadystatechange=function(){if(!d){if(!this.readyState||this.readyState==="loaded"||this.readyState==="complete"){try{d=om_loaded=true;h765myb6jy5osojj=new OptinMonsterApp();h765myb6jy5osojj.init({"u":"14563.406954","staging":0,"dev":0,"beta":0});o.onload=o.onreadystatechange=null;}catch(t){}}}};(document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0]||document.documentElement).appendChild(o)}(document,"script","omapi-script");(function() {function addEventListener(element,event,handler) { if(element.addEventListener) { element.addEventListener(event,handler, false); } else if(element.attachEvent){ element.attachEvent('on'+event,handler); } }function maybePrefixUrlField() { if(this.value.trim() !== '' && this.value.indexOf('http') !== 0) { this.value = "http://" + this.value; } } var urlFields = document.querySelectorAll('.mc4wp-form input[type="url"]'); if( urlFields && urlFields.length > 0 ) { for( var j=0; j < urlFields.length; j++ ) { addEventListener(urlFields[j],'blur',maybePrefixUrlField); } }/* test if browser supports date fields */ var testInput = document.createElement('input'); testInput.setAttribute('type', 'date'); if( testInput.type !== 'date') { /* add placeholder & pattern to all date fields */ var dateFields = document.querySelectorAll('.mc4wp-form input[type="date"]'); for(var i=0; i<dateFields.length; i++) { if(!dateFields[i].placeholder) { dateFields[i].placeholder = 'YYYY-MM-DD'; } if(!dateFields[i].pattern) { dateFields[i].pattern = '[0-9]{4}-(0[1-9]|1[012])-(0[1-9]|1[0-9]|2[0-9]|3[01])'; } } } })(); var qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj_shortcode = true;var h765myb6jy5osojj_shortcode = true; /* <![CDATA[ */ var cbExt = {"cbLb":"on"}; /* ]]> */ /* <![CDATA[ */ var cbScripts = {"cbUrl":"https:\/\/vidooly.com\/blog\/wp-admin\/admin-ajax.php","cbPostID":"10570","cbFsClass":"cb-embed-fs","cbSlider":["600",true,"7000","on"],"cbALlNonce":"dea4f43ffe","cbPlURL":"https:\/\/vidooly.com\/blog\/wp-content\/plugins","cbShortName":null}; /* ]]> */ /* <![CDATA[ */ var mc4wp_forms_config = []; /* ]]> */ (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&appId=291438624314629&version=v2.3"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); var omapi_localized = { ajax: 'https://vidooly.com/blog/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php?optin-monster-ajax-route=1', nonce: '2bb14a7a63', slugs: {"qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj":{"slug":"qyklgrlpwx4vbyoj","mailpoet":false},"h765myb6jy5osojj":{"slug":"h765myb6jy5osojj","mailpoet":false}} }; var addthis_share = addthis_share || {} addthis_share = { passthrough : { twitter: { via: "vidoolydotcom" } } } <script> (function(i,s,o,g,r,a,m){i['GoogleAnalyticsObject']=r;i[r]=i[r]||function(){ (i[r].q=i[r].q||[]).push(arguments)},i[r].l=1*new Date();a=s.createElement(o), m=s.getElementsByTagName(o)[0];a.async=1;a.src=g;m.parentNode.insertBefore(a,m) })(window,document,'script','https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js','ga'); ga('create', 'UA-47459989-1', 'auto'); ga('send', 'pageview'); var addthis_share = addthis_share || {} addthis_share = { passthrough : { twitter: { via: "@vidoolydotcom" } } } 9 6 Nice! Highly is now on.Tap text to make a highlight.Tap off or scroll to keep it. - I'm back Ask Us Anything Highlighting Learn How to Highlight Map Highlights are marked along the length of the story. Click the map to jump between highlights, or use these keys: Next JK Back D Everybody that highlighted this story. Summary Just the highlights. A Share directly or post socially. S 20 People 89 Highlights Profile Eric 17 Highlights Profile Ben 11 Highlights Type ! to start highlighting. Your cursor is a Highlighter now. Shifty Page Highlights don't work on pages that change a lot, like this one. Sorry about that. So many stories here! Visit a single story to highlight it. Jump To Previous J K Next Save your highlight. Join Sign In Signed In Andrew's highlights Your highlights will appear when the publisher's page loads completely. Highlighting is possible as soon as the page loads completely. Possibly Personal Information Highly is disabled here for your privacy. ? username's highlights aren’t all visible here. All are visible in the Summary (click to view) 1/8 of username's highlights are visible on this page. When you don’t see the full story, Highly can’t show every highlight. Maybe the text has been changed or deleted. Or maybe the story... … requires a subscription? Sign In, then Look Again. … is on multiple pages? View as Single Page, then Look Again. … is truncated? View More, then Look Again. Look Again for Highlights View Summary Posted by @covrter Sent to 2 Trouble Sending Share Draft Saved Visibility Update Failed Something's amiss. Copied Hightlight text copied! Make a Highlight to Copy Caution This site has been reported to contain fake news. Tip: tap text to highlight faster. 1. Tap text to make a highlight2. Tap off (or scroll) to keep it Nice highlight!Make one more. Bravo!Come on in. It's synced to your collection.Tap here to see it. You've blocked highlights here. HIGHLY Highlights Here Start with the important parts, then dig in (or don't). Top highlights now appear on stories. Click any highlight to see it in context. Learn more, or turn this off in Options. OK This is a situation where we can really get ahead of the government in setting clear expectations for record retainment and disclosure.1! Block Site ESC or Scroll to Close 6 2m Highlights by Highlights won’t appear here, and highlighting is disabled. Undo Edit Blocked Sites … Report … Thanks for reporting this site. We’ll look into it. Sign In to Save Your Blocked Sites Close Highly Chrome Profile Sign Out Eric 123 Highlights 123 Following 123 Followers On Off Show Hint when Text is Selected On Off See Top Highlights as You Browse On Off Keyboard Shortcuts How-To Ask Anything & Send Feedback Privacy & Terms ©2017 Highly Inc. Version 3.9.1 Unlisted Highlights Share with care. Unlisted Highlights Share with care. Secret Highlights Only Teammates Can See Secret Highlights Can't Be Tweeted Your highlights on this story are Secret. Please make them visible before sharing. OK Please Sign in to Share Highlights Slack Twitter Facebook Email Link You need a highlight to share Please go back and highlight something. Ok Preview Text Goes Here Guest's 7 highlights Highly Slack Twitter Facebook Email Link Share 1 All 3 Correct those emails, please. To: Send ↵ This Link Only Works for Teammates ⌘C to Copy To: Send ↵ Choose TeamsPlease select a team before sharing Secret highlights. The selected team can’t see these Secret highlights. Slack communication error. Please Re-Connect Slack Add or Join a Team About Highly for Teams To: Send ↵ Switch to email? You don't follow anyone by that name. Saving Your Highlight Highlight to share. Welcome! You can now save and share highlights, right as you read. Visit Highly to unlock more social and productivity tools. Follow Friends’ Highlights Stay on Top of Popular Stories Reference Saved Highlights Visit Highly Now or Continue Highlighting Guest's [ Highlights Count ] highlights Most watched Indian Web series on YouTube. , , Make a Highlight No highlights yet. Building Tweet Permission Problem Try re-authorizing our app. Connect Twitter Problem Unable to send tweet at the moment Try Again Tweet readable, beautiful, fav-able highlights. Connect Highly never posts without permission. My highlight (7m story). www.highly.c... Making Highlight Image Error fetching highlight image. Try Again 140 Undo Jump HIGHLY Crowd Control Some highlights aren’t for everyone. Choose Public, Secret or Unlisted. OK Crowd Control is Enabled crowd control Some highlights aren’t for everyone.Get options with Crowd Control. $2 Monthly $20 Yearly Checkout Also Available for Teams Crowd Control Crowd Control ? Get Visible to All Public Unlisted Secret Add a Team HLogin My Highlights HOptions … Block Site … ?How-To !Hide 0 0 View all highlighters of this story. You're the first to highlight this – nice! Select text to add highlights of your own. Guest 0 0 Public Saving Highly -1 Highlight Error: you've been signed out. Sorry about that. Please Sign In Again Highly is having trouble saving highlights right now. 500: Internal Server Error Reload Page & Sign In Again A New Version of Highly is Ready Sorry, this version isn't supported anymore. Highly will auto-update within the next few hours. You can update manually, too. Window → Extensions → Check “Developer Mode” → Click “Update extensions now” Update to Continue After updating, refresh this page to start highlighting. This update is required. Questions? Email or Tweet us. Or click the Highly Button ↑ Highly is ON. You've got a crisp new highlighter. Let's go use it. Go! Tip Type ! to continue. When you're reading, and you get that “yes, this!” feeling, press the highlighter key on your keyboard. Boom! You're holding your highlighter. Next Make 2 highlights below. Any place, any length. Shares that'll be read, anywhere. Highlight This Highlighting the internet is as easy as it sounds. Start by highlighting some words right here, on this page. Highlight anything that makes your eyes light up. Highlight to summarize a long-read for friends, share “the money quote” with the world, or amass ideas that move you. Reading alone is ok, but reading together is wonderful. Follow friends on Highly to see for yourself. You're a highlighter, now. You wield a magical marker. Ready to strike out into the wild? I'm Ready Ready! Go forth, highlighter in hand. Here's a good story to start with. Continue Tour You can highlight anything you can read. Use the address bar to go find a story. ↑ 010000AddThis Sharing SidebarShare to FacebookFacebook, Number of sharesShare to TwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedIn, Number of sharesShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to StumbleUponStumbleUponShare to PocketPocketShare to Google Bookmark

      If you look back 10 years from now, almost every engineering or management student was thorough with western telly soaps like “How I Met Your Mother, FRIENDS, The Walking Dead, Mad Men and Breaking Bad.” Ask them about Indian television soaps and you will be judged on your watching habits and T.V series you like.

  16. Jul 2017
  17. Jun 2017
  18. May 2017
    1. Mackenzie Highway
      The Mackenzie Highway is the longest in the Northwest Territories. It begins at the Northwest Territory and Alberta border and ends at Wrigley, Northwest Territory. It is approximately 690 kilometers or 429 miles long. About 280 kilometers are paved while the rest of the highway is covered with gravel (Government of Northwest Territories, n.d.). The construction of this highway was ongoing between the 1940s and 1970s. In 1945, the Canadian federal government and the government of Alberta signed an agreement to build an all-weather road that would replace the existing Caterpillar tractor trails from Grimshaw to the Great Slave Lake of Hay River (Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Center, n.d.). As time passed and focus shifted to fossil fuel collection, the motivation behind further construction of the Mackenzie Highway was in “anticipation of a major oil pipeline development along the Mackenzie River valley” (Pomeroy, 1985). The intended use of the highway was to enable the pipeline developers to haul construction materials throughout the area. During its construction, many chiefs of the Indian Brotherhood opposed the completion of the Mackenzie Highway. There was additional opposition voiced from the people of Wrigley who also did not support further construction of the Mackenzie Highway (Cox, 1975). 


      Cox, B. (1975). Changing Perceptions of Industrial Development in the North. Human Organization, 27-33.

      Government of Northwest Territories. (n.d.). Transportation Highway 1. Retrieved from Government of Northwest Territories: http://www.dot.gov.nt.ca/Highways/Highway_System/NWTHwy1

      Pomeroy, J. (1985). An Identification of Environmental Disturbances from Road Developments in Subarctic Muskeg. Arctic, 104-111.

      Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Center. (n.d.). Historical Timeline of the Northwest Territories. Retrieved from Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Center: http://www.nwttimeline.ca/1925/1948_MackenzieHighway.htm