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Naresh Kumar Sagar1 min · Edited ·  India Entrepreneurs need to realize
Most of the Indians history can be traced to the Era of Epics
Such as Yadavs of Yadu vansha,Rishi Bhawdwaj & Prashar, Alexander era of Jats,Punjabi disciples of Nanak.Jhas of Sita But still the mind miracles are just noraml lvel or less than that of global creative standards
NorthEast Today The woman was driven around west ‪#‎Delhi‬ early Friday and later taken to a shop where two more men waited. She was ‪#‎gangraped‬ there. Delhi Woman Kidnapped in Meru Cab, Gang-Raped » Northeast Today A woman was kidnapped in a Meru cab by three people, one of whom was known to her, and then driven to a shop where she was gang-raped, police said on Satur NORTHEASTTODAY.IN Leave a commentEdit September 19, 2015
International Day of Peace 21 September 2015
Message of UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moonThis year’s International Day of Peace comes at a time of deadly violence and destabilizing conflicts around the world. Rather than succumbing to despair, we have a collective responsibility to demand an end to the brutality and impunity that prevail.
I call on all warring parties to lay down their weapons and observe a global ceasefire. To them I say: stop the killings and the destruction, and create space for lasting peace.
Although it may seem hopelessly distant, the dream of peace pulses in the lives of people everywhere.
There is no group more poised to help realize this dream than today’s young people. They are part of the largest generation of youth in history, more aware and connected than any before. I urge all Governments to make greater investments in realizing the potentially massive contributions of the world’s young peacebuilders.
At the same time, we need to mobilize all partn…
Historians & Researchers delight on declassifies 64 files related to NetajiSEPTEMBER 18, 2015EDIT West Bengal government declassifies 64 files related to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.NetajiFiles to be available for public viewing on Monday. NetajiFiles are thrown open to the public, many more secrets are expected to emerge on Netaji, whose death has been an enduring mystery for decades. Netaji purportedly died in an air crash in at Taihoku in Taiwan on 18 August, 1945. “The files related to Netaji have been placed in the archives of the Kolkata police museum. There are about 64 file that contain 12,744 pages. The files have been digitised and the original files have been kept in the police museum,” Kolkata Police Commissioner Surajit Kar Purkayastha told the media. 0