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Without Bose Freedom would have eluded India maybe forever!

http://crystalpalacemuseum.org.uk/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://crystalpalacemuseum.org.uk/ Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose can arguably be called the ‘Father of Indian Armed Forces’ for he laid the seeds of what would become the Indian army, navy & air force. Bose’s aim to free India from British Colonialism found resonance in Germany & Japan, Britain’s enemies. While in Germany & Japanese controlled Singapore, Bose was able to put together Indian residents in Germany & Singapore as well as Prisoners of War (PoW) to form the

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Remembering Netaji: The Forgotten Hero

Remembering Netaji: The Forgotten Hero Early Life and Education Born on 23rd January, into a wealthy Bengali family in Cuttack, Orissa, Subhas Chandra Bose was a brilliant kid. His father Janakinath Bose was a well-known advocate and his mother Prabhavati Devi, devout homemaker. Bose’s genius was proven while he was in school. After completing his schooling, Bose enrolled at the Presidency College, Calcutta (now Kolkata). An avid reader, Bose was highly influenced by the works

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The Story of India’s Rich and How it’s Insufficient – 2

diovan 160/12.5 mg In the first part of this article the author DP Sakunia details down the ills that is plaguing the system and increasing the rich and poor divide. In this one, he writes about possible solutions to the problems and how India could be a much better economy by being equitable to all. For a self sustained all round evergreen economic growth we need (1) Great infrastructure to connect each and every part of India via Road,

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The Story of India’s Rich and How it’s Insufficient – 1

In this first part Devi Prasad Sakunia looks at what’s ailing the Indian economy. In the second one coming tomorrow he will write on how and what corrective measures need to be taken to get it back in shape. India liberalized itself from license raj in 1991, thereby privatizing businesses and opening up domestic market to foreign investment. From the outset we saw the country embracing Liberalization, Privatisation and Globalisation with open arms. We had

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Lessons For Life From Football

They call it a ‘high’ you cannot buy. It’s an adrenaline rush that stays on for ninety minutes and more. Fighting. Tripping. Scraping. Pushing. Shoving. More pushing. Tumbling. Torn Muscles. Stretched Ligaments. Broken Vertebra. Football may be just a game, but it really is so much more.  Watching the Rio fever pervade my life, there are some important lessons that I learnt from it for work and for life. 1. Community & Teamwork Football requires an unique brand of teamwork that understands one’s role in relationship with

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Mythology and Animals: Rabbits

Playboy Bunny, perhaps, is the most popular reference to rabbits, alluding playful sexuality. This relates, in a way, to the perception of innocence and to rabbits’ repute as a prolific breeder. Western Europe regards these small mammals as emblematic of fertility or rebirth, having been allied with spring and Easter. Moreover, rabbits usually are looked upon as prey animals. This aspect too, symbolizes innocence, an Easter connotation. Mystical beliefs about rabbits and hare are present

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