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APJ Abdul Kalam: 13 things you should know about his life

1. APJ Abdul Kalam’s father Jainulabudeen was a devout Muslim and close friend of Hindu religious leaders and the school teachers at Rameshwaram. 2. Dr. Kalam was a scholar of Thirukkural, in most of his speeches, he quotes at least one kural. 3. The Bharat Ratna was conferred on Dr. Kalam by K....[ View full story ]

Pandit Deendayal brain behind Nationalistic politics in India

1. Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya was born on Monday September 25, 1916, in the village of Nagla Chandraban in Mathura District. His full name was Deendayal Upadhyaya, but he was called Deena by the family. 2. He lost his father Shri Bhagwati Prasad when he was less than three years old and his mother...[ View full story ]

Are Bassi’s attacks on AAP part of a larger plot?

When I heard about a month ago that there is an opinion in Delhi that favours toppling the AAP government, I argued with myself that this can’t be true. Delhi Police Commissioner’s B.S. Bassi’s increasingly aggressive tone vis-à-vis the AAP and its politics make me wonder if I may be wrong after all....[ View full story ]

How Rupee devaluated against Dollar from 1947 to 2014?

Check out how rupee devaluated against Dollar and especially during the Congress-led governments at the center. Jawaharlal Nehru Lal Bahadur Shastri Indira Gandhi First Term[ View full story ]

Weekly wrap: Profit booking kept Nifty under pressure

After a flat opening, the markets were under pressure as of the higher level profit booking. Nifty on Friday closed at 8521 down around 68 point. According to a report, country’s manufacturing sector growth for July has declined both in terms of monthly and yearly basis. The yearly SBI composite index, an indicator...[ View full story ]

15 points from ‘England’s Debt To India’ prove that Tharoor is right

15 points from “England’s Debt To India” prove that what Dr Shashi Tharoor said about British rule in India is True. Dr Shashi Tharoor raised some points at the Oxford Union about British rule in India. He pointed out that how British exhausted India resources for British Empire gain. We present 15 points...[ View full story ]

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