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Mewar the new ‘laboratory’ of communal politics

Mewar has been a place of reverence for India for its tales of valor and sacrifice from Rana Sanga to Maharana Pratap. Till the rise of Hindutva in the country, Maharana of Mewar used to head the Vishva Hindu Parishad also as descendents of Mewar family were regarded as ‘Hindu

Jaipur lad wins the TravelMole Media group APAC 2017 awards

Tushar Khandelwal, the Jaipur born youth’s Tokyo based company Voyagin has been adjudged as the best tours and activities website for the TravelMole Media group APAC 2017 awards. The ITB Asia 2017 Travelmole is a coveted award of the tourism industry of Asia and Pacific. This award is given

Sachin Pilot : Chasing a mirage in Thar Desert

Born on September 7, 1977, Sachin Pilot is one of the saleable sound-bite from congress for daily sops like news dramas along with Scindia scion Jyotiraditya, if prime time television is not chasing Rahul Gandhi and Arvind Kejriwal. Sauvé, sophisticated, well mannered- at least publicly, Sachin Pilot hails from

Khurki – Proud of Gorkha

One could go on and on about the historical and genealogical evolution of the blade form, but I will keep it brief and try and keep this restricted to the purely physical reasons why this is an extremely versatile and deadly design. The blade doesn't have a cross guard for the

India deploy hundred battle tanks at China Border in Ladakh

Tipu Sultan, Maharana Pratap and Aurangzeb are surveying the vast open valleys hugging the mountain ranges of eastern Ladakh, ready to counter any threat from China, which lies just across the border. If you are wondering how the three rulers, separated by hundreds of years, have come together, Kunwar Rajeshwari

Reliance Jio is lead sponsor of largest ever Olympic contingent of India

Reliance Jio, the digital services arm of Reliance Industries Limited has won the rights to be the ‘Principal Partner’ of Indian Olympic Association, sponsoring the largest ever Indian Olympic contingent bound for Rio Olympics Games 2016. This is yet another key milestone in the company’s endeavour to empower and support

Tejas is now part of ‘Flying Daggers’

The Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) "Tejas" inducted into No. 45 Squadron of Indian Air Force (IAF) today. No. 45 Squadron, also called the "Flying Daggers", was last equipped with MiG 21 Bis Aircraft and operated from Nalia. It's motto is "Ajeet Nabha". The Squadron will operate from

Congress calls 7th pay commission ‘worst’ in history

Congress today said that recommendation of seventh pay commission are 'worst' in the history of CPC. and needed major surgery to make it acceptable to the employees (Including Armed forces) and meet their expectation up to some at some extend now the employees (Including Armed forces)are dejected. The cabinet has

MRSAM successfully test-fired

A Medium Range Surface-to-Air Missile (MRSAM) was successfully test-fired today from the Integrated Test Range off Odisha Coast. The MRSAM is jointly developed by DRDO and IAI of Israel for the Indian Air Force. The missile guided by a Radar system and on-board avionics successfully hit a Pilotless target

US Green Building Council Launches LEED Lab in India

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) announced today the launch of LEED Lab in India, a multidisciplinary immersion course that utilizes the built environment to educate and prepare students to become green building leaders and sustainability-focused citizens. LEED Lab, which is already being offered at international universities in Latin America, the

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