Kashmir’s Old Capitals

  Around 26kms for Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir, near the Jhelum river is a monumental jigsaw puzzle in stone. The place with an array of stones is called Parihaspora (the city of stones) which is one of Kashmir’s most marvelous ancient township built by a well-known king Lalit Aditya in the 8th century BCE.

INDIA-NEPAL BORDER DISPUTE

  Indo-Nepal relations have been exceptional since ages with cooperation and trust. Both Indians and Nepalese people can work and stay without a passport in either of the nations, which has emboldened the bond between the two nations and established a grip which has been a catalyst for the inter-cultural connection for people living on

THE YAMUNA

  The Yamuna: India’s most polluted riverThe Pandit stands on the bank of Yamuna and exclaims that the river is a part of the Hindu culture, and its condition is pinching every Hindu’s heart all across the world.“The Yamuna is considered as the holiest river in India and its condition is currently in the worst

RELIGION UNDER THE MUGHALS

  Religion under the Mughal EmpireWe the people of India refer India as to Hindustan. The name Hindustan can be traced from two major instances, the first being when the Mahmud of Ghazni was attacking the northern portion of India and they were resisted by the Pal Clan of the Hindushahis who lived between the

JIO-FB 2020

  Amid the deleterious Coronavirus and the crashing world economy, with falling stock markets and lost jobs across the big corporate ventures, one of the biggest tech giants of the United States and the richest businessman of India have joined their hands presenting a Jugalbandi to the world. Facebook recently became the largest minority shareholder

वाम के जंग की फसल

वाम के जंग की फसल काटी कांग्रेस ने, वाम का अंत हो गया, वाम का अंत हो गया। सोवियत रूस खत्म हो गया तो फिर वाम का साथ क्यों दें। ऐसे आम सवालों पर चिंतक और राजनीतिज्ञ बहुत संतुलित और बौद्धिक जवाब देते रहे हैं। लेकिन पिछले दिनों प्रसिद्ध अर्थशास्त्री प्रभात पटनायक ने हंसी-हंसी में

COMMONOMICS-1

COMMON-OMICS: The term used to define common man economics. He sits in dark and dingy corners of streets, with smoke erupting from the pot he boils his tea in, with all his belongings set mannerly on his Thela and his eldest son shredding ginger with utmost concentration as if he is developing the latest cutting-edge

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