8 articles found for Nuclear Deal
The success of the Republic Day in India has always been typified by the big missiles, handsome parades and extravagant show of culture. But this time the ‘Air Force One’ steals the spotlight and presents the diplomatic success of the event like never before. The leaders two biggest democracies of the world are looking forward to forging what President Obama calls one of the defining relationsh...Read More.
Thirty-five years ago, in September 1968, when the Research and Analysis Wing was founded with Rameshwar Nath Kao at its helm, then prime minister Indira Gandhi asked him to cultivate Israel's Mossad. She believed relations between the two intelligence agencies was necessary to monitor developments that could threaten India and Israel.The efficient spymaster he was, Kao established a clandestin...Read More.
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) "National Volunteer Organization" or National Patriotic Organization is a right-wing charitable, educational, volunteer, Hindu nationalist,non-governmental organization. It is the world's largest voluntary non-governmental organization. Their help to Anna Hazare and Arvind Kejriwal during India against corruption movement is hidden to none.Narendra Modi,the cur...Read More.
The happenings at JNU reflect how immature the entire country is. For sure our country is divided internally, as it was in the past and this will surely lead to a breakdown again if measures are not taken.Read More.
The most haunted place on the earth…the hall of terror!!! A place where you look up in irritation, down in desperation but not sideways for information. The students seem glancing nervously as it as they wrestle with seemingly impossible questions. Only place to witness the silence even in the presence of forty students. It is the only time indeed when a student starts chanting and remembers Hi...Read More.
A final year engineering student died at the National Institute of Technology in Durgapur on the 19th of November due to lack of proper medical facilities on campus. Prosenjit Sarkar was a 22-year-old received student pursuing B. Tech in Electrical Engineering at NIT Durgapur. After two days of continuous headaches, finally culminating with him being unable to complete his semester paper last W...Read More.
With the rise of the India Against Corruption movement and the Aam Aadmi Party as a a "non-corrupt" political party, we take a look at some of the biggest scams in the history of India. Some of the names are well heard of. And some not,still in the list. Why not check out for yourself. Hopefully, the situation will change with time. Let the revolution begin.Read More.