No Day Shall Erase You: Unknown Stories of September 11 2001 Attacks

was a watershed moment in the history of the world.

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The Diva On Roads: India’s Love with Premier Padmini

Fiat 1100- D (Delight) or Pad or Padmini, or Bombay’s Kalli-Peeli is emblematic of Indian enterprises that stood firm on their legs during an era of strict licensing and state control. Almost 4-decades long journey of Padmini from the 1960s made it synonymous with a family luxury car in the yesteryears. Today, well remembered as […]

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Collaboration Horizontale: Shaving Heads of French Women Who Romantically Collaborated with Nazis

June 6, 1944, is a significant date in the events that led to the end of the Second World War as the Allied forces comprising of the United States, the Soviet Union and Britain landed on Normandy Beach to liberate France from the German Nazi rule. Village after village, town after town, city after city […]

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Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh: He Who Chose Shadow

Philip Mountbatten married then-princess Elizabeth in 1947 and their marriage became the longest royal union in the history. Just as the Queen is the longest-serving monarch, Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh was the longest-serving Royal Consort in British history. He did not have any role in his wife’s official duties, but he provided her […]

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Widows of Vrindavan: Banished by Tradition, Abandoned by Families

The Mahabharata is one of the two highest revered epics from Ancient India that forms the lifelines of billions of India who see it as source of spiritual fulfillment. Mahabharat chronicles the unimaginable powers of Lord Krishna and his love towards the beloved.  The Great Battle did take place in Kurukshetra but to trace Krishna’s […]

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