“Elections are a festival of democracy” – Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India Eight states in India will be going for elections in 2018 (Tripura, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Karnataka, Mizoram, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan). These assembly elections are vital as they will set the course for the general elections in 2019. There are talks of a … More Tripartite Arbitrium – 2018
Age of Empires II (AOEII) was released in the year 1999 and it revolutionized real time strategy gaming for the years to come. It gathered some of the greatest civilizations which existed in the history of the world and put them in your computer. It is you who explore and reigns the Empire. Which may … More Age of Empires II – A timeless classic
The morning of 23rd January 2018 was chilly, with slow yet cold winds. The temperature reached almost 5 degree Celsius and the heads of some of the most powerful states in the world in the city of Davos were wrapped in warm clothing as they moved about attending different meetings and conferences. The atmosphere was … More Charismatic India at Davos
In a watershed moment in Indian history. On 15th August 1947, India gained independence from the British Raj. A long and hard battle was finally won. Immediately after we gained independence the work on our constitution began. It took 2 years, 11 months and 18 days to formulate the constitution and in another watershed moment … More We the people of India, do solemnly resolve to…
Rani Padmini is a legendary 13th-14th Century Rajput Indian Queen and was considered to be one of the most beautiful princesses of the Singhal Kingdom (Now Sri Lanka). Ratan Sen was a Rajput ruler in Chittor (Now in Rajasthan) and after proving his bravery to her, won her hand in marriage and brought her back … More Padmavati – The Conflict Review
The Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail Project (MAHSR) was announced in 2017 in the bilateral talks which took place between India and Japan earlier this year. The project involves construction of Hinakasen, colloquially referred to as a ‘Bullet train’ corridor between the city of Mumbai and Ahmedabad, cutting the travel time between the two cities and … More Why does India need the Bullet Train?
The Government of India announced that it will be deporting almost 40,000 Rohingya Muslim refugees who are living in the country ‘illegally.’ Though India is not violating any international laws by doing so, even then; the decision is saddening. It is a valid point that, legally India has no obligation to keep the refugees in … More Settle the Unsettled