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COVID 19 Pandemic Highlights Importance of Sustainable Cohabitation
Farooq Wani | 23 Apr , 2020 2 comments
COVID 19 Pandemic Highlights Importance of Sustainable Cohabitation

The COVID 19 pandemic has brought the entire world on its knees and no nation, irrespective of highly developed, technologically advanced or economically prosperous has remained unscathed. And despite all the boasts of spectacular advances in the field of medical sciences, a microscopic virus is today holding the human race to ransom. With the...

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Remembrance at the War-Memorial: Ideation and Emergence
Lt Col R S Bangari | 28 Mar , 2020 0 comments
Remembrance at the War-Memorial: Ideation and Emergence

“Remembrance at the War-Memorial” is sculpted to be a “visual experience” to share some common human emotions rising upon encountering tremendous personal grief and loss, and the consequent struggle to overcome with hope for a better future. It began to take shape from a particularly poignant moment during the War-Memorial ceremony at...

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Defining Moments for Mankind: Combating the Outbreak of Coronavirus  
Manvi Hindwan | 27 Mar , 2020 5 comments
Defining Moments for Mankind: Combating the Outbreak of Coronavirus  

These  are  difficult  times for  mankind, the outbreak of Coronavirus that started in December 2019  can  turn  into  such  a pernicious pandemic in a matter of just 3 months is a matter of grave concern. What began as an outbreak in Wuhan, China, has now become a worldwide threat to humankind as a whole!  Recently, the number of cases has...

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Jammu and Kashmir: Things are moving smoothly but the danger is far from over
Col Jaibans Singh | 06 Mar , 2020 2 comments
Jammu and Kashmir: Things are moving smoothly but the danger is far from over

This time of the year, in 2019, witnessed great tension between India and Pakistan. The immoral terrorist attack on a CRPF convoy at Pulwama, Kashmir, on 14, February, elicited a strong riposte from India.  Indian Air Force carried out a very successful air strike on a terrorist camp at Balakot, deep in Pakistan territory on 26, February. More...

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Understanding the Political Perspectives of the Jammu and Kashmir War (1947-48)
Understanding the Political Perspectives of the Jammu and Kashmir War (1947-48)

“On 12th and 13th December 1948, the Indian Air Force bombed a Pakistani military stores and ammunition dump at Palak, situated between Kotli and Mirpur. These activities appeared to have added a new dimension of reality to the already existing Pakistani fears of a major Indian offensive…… A counter-offensive to disrupt the Indian line if...

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