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Slippery Carpet or Tight Rope Walk?

By Suresh Rao / May 15, 2022

Anand Mishra, writes in DHNS, New Delhi, MAY 15 2022, 22:42 IST  UPDATED: MAY 15 2022, 22:48 IST (pic) Credit: PTI Photo SENIOR COGRESS LEADERS GREET SONIA GANDHI (Congress President)  Facing the twin challenge of arresting Congress’s decline in most states and the need to recapture power at the Centre, Udaipur Nav Sankalp Declaration. Read more…

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Maldives President issues decree to ban ‘anti-India-protests’

By Suresh Rao / May 15, 2022

Nirupama Subramanian writes in The Indian Express-   (Photo) for illustrative purposes. Copyright is with Indian Express. Amid the “India Out” campaign that has been roiling Maldives for months, its President Ibrahim Mohammed Solih, issued a decree on Thursday banning protests against INDIA, citing a threat to national security. More on this@ Maldives issues decree…

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INDIA MOURNS DEMISE OF UAE PRESIDENT

By Suresh Rao / May 15, 2022

wionnewsweb@gmail.com (Wion Web Team) – Yesterday 9:50 pm – India has declared a one-day state mourning on Saturday (14-05-22) as a mark of respect to UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan who died on Friday (13-05-22) at age 73. In a communication issued by the Union Home Ministry to all states and union territories on…

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How are President and Vice President picked in India?

By Suresh Rao / May 15, 2022

Excerpts from the writings of Swati Mathur at Times of India website… (pic) Copyright provided by the Times of India NEW DELHI: Months before elections for the President and Vice President, murmurs within the opposition camp suggest that a contest is certain, unless the ruling NDA comes up with a surprise candidature that puts the opposition…

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Buddha Birth Celebrations… Lumbini Nepal

By Suresh Rao / May 15, 2022

Image above is a recent map of NEPAL. Lumbini is at the border between India and Nepal. Interestingly, even Janakpur where Sita (wife of Rama) was born, is also at the border between India and Nepal; Janakpur can be located inside NEPAL now.  NEPAL and INDIA share lots of common spiritual history and ancient geography.…

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Niels Bohr, Danish physicist, contributed to architecture of an Atom

By Suresh Rao / May 15, 2022

Niels Bohr (photo image from 1922) ——————————————————————————————— In 1922, Niels Bohr, the Danish physicist, made foundational contributions to the structure of an atom, the smallest stable unit, of a physical substance. He won a Nobel Prize for developing the ‘Bohr model of atom’ in which he proposed that energy levels of electrons are discrete and…

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LOVE IN TOKYO!

By Suresh Rao / April 29, 2022

Chidanand Rajghatta writes in the Times of India dated 29-04-22, on this. ‘The relentless US effort to cajole New Delhi into its sphere of influence will continue with yet another meeting between President Joe Biden and India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Quad summit in Tokyo in May. The White House confirmed on Wednesday…

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Euro currency hits a 5-year low against USD as Russia halts gas supply to Poland, Bulgaria

By Suresh Rao / April 28, 2022

© Shutterstock.com for illustrative purposes. Carla Mozée – Writes in Business Insider (India)  The euro (shared European currency in many countries of Europe) has slipped to its lowest level against the US dollar since 2017 after Russia suspended gas shipments to parts of Europe, highlighting concerns that euro-area ties to Russia will hurt its economic growth. More on this…

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Rajeev Chandrasekhar sees $one trillion economy boost in India by 2025 from Electronics and IT development

By Suresh Rao / April 27, 2022

   (pic) Rajeev Chandrasekhar, Union Minister of State, Electronics, IT, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Rajeev Chandrasekhar (MOS GOI) is seeing green shoots in Emerging Digital Technologies in India to generate $1 trillion in economic value for India by 2025. He foresees fulfilment of the $5 trillion economy ambition of PM of India; Rajeev foresees his…

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India’s Covid fightback a learning lesson in Overseas Universities

By Suresh Rao / April 27, 2022

© Provided by The Indian Express  “India’s Covid Fightback has become a learning lesson in overseas Universities”,  says Dr. Preetha Reddy,  Senior Vice President, Apollo Hospitals at the XLRI 66th Annual Convocation held at Jamshedpur Jharkhand India. — Dr. Preetha Reddy, Sr VP, Apollo Hospitals, was key note speaker at the 66th annual convocation of…

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