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  • Does Bhai Dooj still hold the same relevance as before?

    India is the country of festivals! May it be Holi, Eid, Rakshabandahn, Diwali or Bhai Dooj… in India, every festivity is celebrated with a lot of energy, excitement and all the taam jhaam, as we usually call it. Bhai dooj is one such festival that is celebrated on the last …

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  • After Durga Visarjan & Diwali, now this Hindu festival is going to be ban

    The year is 2017 and the Hindus, are confronted with an unprecedented attack on our culture and our traditions and our very civilization itself. 70 years of the Secular State have achieved what a thousand years of Islamic invasions could not. Hindus are banned from celebrating their festivals in the …

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  • 8 Indian ambitious projects that did us nothing good

    A lot of people are feeling dejected about where this country is headed, and to be frank, they ought to. Indians have vested their faith, life, and money in this country, only to see their hopes go up in flames. In the past two decades or so, it is safe …

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  • 5 sparkling days of Diwali……the glittering festival of lights

    There is a reason that Diwali or Deepawali is the most popular Indian festival. The scintillating festival stretches beyond cultures and religions, embracing and enveloping all. From detailed, long poojas for the religion enthusiasts to the night long card parties of Diwali do’s for the younger, chic lot, from ebullient, …

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  • Places you must visit in India in November before you plan out your vacation

    Yes, November is often a short holiday month mostly in the beginning of the month hosting Durga Puja, Dusshera and many more holidays lie in this month. We bring you some amazing places and experiences you would like to have it in our must-visit places in November in India. In …

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  • Dear Chetan Sir, Thank You for not enrolling to the school of intellectual authors…and more!

    Dear Chetan Sir,  Hard for me to process that I am, in fact, writing to you. Though your literature doesn’t find a reader in me,  you earned oodles of my admiration by lending voice to my thoughts.  Agony swelled up my heart and my mind filled with detest, as I …

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  • 5 Amazing Guinness World Records that Indians Hold

    India has come a long way. From being known as the land of snake charmers, to being a force to reckon with, in various verticals; India today is regarded as one among the best! India and Indians have also made their presence felt in the Guinness Book of World Records. …

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  • Kashmir- It is not just about destination, But also about the people you fall in love with!

    They say if there is heaven, then it’s here, in Kashmir! And you start realising this once your flight hovers over the stunning snow-clad Himalayan peaks, it almost seems surreal. Written and spoken about umpteen times, Kashmir’s beauty has maintained its demeanour even after years of political volatility. But as …

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  • Nehru- The brain behind most, if not all our dilemma

    This article is all about calling the massive ancient lie of our nation and exposing with specific historical inputs that how Jawaharlal Nehru was not a democrat but a self-styled authoritarian who is behind most, if not all our huge troubles. Jawaharlal Nehru can aptly be defined as the most …

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  • 5 bizarre rituals of India

    Here we have compiled a list of Bizarre Traditions in India which are performed here for many years to fulfilling wishes and Rain. Most of Indian Believe in Supernatural activities of God who fulfil people wishes when they make God Happy by Performing Tradition. 10 Bachelor Boys are beaten by …

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  • 3 Weird news of the week

    Weird news can come from anywhere. Not a week goes by without a news report discussing goats being arrested for vandalism, or parents scaling school walls to help their kids cheat on an exam. Tracked down here is some of the funniest news from India for you to enjoy. Mother-Daughter …

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  • How India’s ‘Operation Arjun’ made Pakistan surrender

    Pakistan had upped the ante. In a desperate bid to help terrorists infiltrate into the Valley and position them before the winter set in, the Pakistan army had resorted to ceasefire violations on a daily basis. The several warnings and requests fell on deaf ears. Then came Operation Arjun. This …

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  • Why I am not Voting for Modiji in 2019, and why you must neither

    Seeing that social media has lately transformed into a war zone for the left who try to prove their gallantry by hitting the keyboard hard, we thought of providing these cyber warriors with some ‘food for thought’ and reasons why we must not vote for Modi in 2019. On the …

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  • Spend an October night in huts between the white sand deserts

    However, the Bhuj city has a railway station with trains coming from many major cities like Mumbai, Ahmedabad etc. You will have to arrange a vehicle or take a cab to reach Kutch from Bhuj.

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  • Valley of Flowers – The beauty of Uttarakhand

    A perfect place to laze around the umpteen number of Himalayan waterfalls, streams, and paddocks and let the beauty of the place sink in.

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  • Few of the fascinating facts about India

    On this day, Kalam was visiting Switzerland. It is known that Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam is widely popular as the people’s president in the country.

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  • This place is known as the ‘Niagara of India’

    Drinking water can also be obtained from the falls, and interestingly enough, the water here is believed to possess medicinal properties, owing to the numerous herbs that grow in its path.

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  • Breaking News of Today!

    The trustees - Augustine F. Pinto, his wife Grace Pinto and their son Ryan Pinto - had on Monday filed the application seeking anticipatory transit bail to move an appropriate court in Haryana.

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  • This trekking place is beyond the seventh heaven in the Himalayas you just can’t miss

    From Dharamshala, there are regular local buses to McLeodganj every half hour, plying from 7 am to 8 pm. You can also take a shared cab to McLeodganj or Dharamkot.

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  • This is Asia’s ‘Cleanest Village; and it is in India

    Some of the best tourist attractions and best places in this village are Roots village, Mawlynnong Village, Jingmaham Living Root Bridge, Mawlynnong waterfall and many more places they should visit.

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  • This woman has uplifted thousands in Rajasthan for over 45 years

    This children’s home gradually increased in size from 4 to 183, destitute and orphaned children, without any discrimination of caste or creed.

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  • Visit the Scotland of India: Coorg

    Plan your trip now and enjoy the gorgeous hill stations famous for their deep gorges, pristine waterfalls, peeking brooks, scented plantations, abundant nature and mesmerizing views.

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  • ‘Mera Bharat Mahan, 100 mein se 99 Beimaan!’

    In the list of most corrupt Asian countries, India is ahead of Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar and even Pakistan. The article, however, praises Prime Minister Narendra Modi's honest fight against corruption.

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  • Human Shields & Rape threats: Are we surrendering to a dangerous vigilante culture?

    When people opposed the hanging of Nirbhaya’s rapists, they were standing against the barbaric act of imparting death sentences and not defending rape.

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