One Belt One Road: The Chinese Expressway of Global Economic Dominance

In the 21st Century, China has seen itself as a leader of the Developing World. In the early years of Communist China its leader Mao Zedong presented the country as a champion for the developing world and provided like-minded regimes with both military and development assistance. In the 1970s, following Mao’s death, China focussed its […]

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Newsg8r at helm of changing tech-media landscape in India

Mumbai, Maharashtra:  The vibrant start-up landscape in India is making strides in every business. The latest disruption in the news media landscape is around the corner and Newsg8r is leading that charge. It comes with a promise of digital newsroom automation backed by smart technologies. Mohandeep Arora, CEO  & Founder of Newsg8r talked candidly about […]

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Crusades: The war between Christianity and Islam for Jerusalem

The first crusade set the whole ball rolling for two centuries of war between the world’s two most practiced religions. Christianity and Islam were at the gates of each other to conquer land and enslave men, women, and children. Medieval Europe was under a strong influence of Christianity. People believed in religious values and words […]

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Rohi Villagers Pay a Heavy Price for the Construction of Jewar International Airport

Rohi Village in the Jewar District of Uttar Pradesh has been at the centre of a feud between the local villagers and Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) over the construction of the proposed international airport in Jewar. Rohi village has been acquired by YEIDA completely and will be razed for Phase 1 of the […]

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On-Road to Sangam

  Having traveled 965 Kms throughout the Hindi belt of North India. I enter Allahabad and surround it with my tributary Yamuna from three sides (North, South, and East). This is often the foremost divine place on my 2525 KM course. In Allahabad, my tributary Yamuna and another mystical river Saraswati merge into me to […]

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