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The Study Group Deliberations (The Reason For Change in PT) (1986 to 1991)
The Study Group Deliberations (The Reason For Change in PT) (1986 to 1991)

It’s for the benefit of all and APTC officers in particular that, I wish to recall from memory the thought, which went behind giving endurance training its due importance to further develop the aerobic and anaerobic energy pathways that, exclusively contribute to improving cardio respiratory endurance and include it in the construct of the...

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Reality check: Why the West risks dragging itself – and the world – into a nuclear nightmare
Kanwal Sibal | 07 Mar , 2024 3 comments
Reality check: Why the West risks dragging itself – and the world – into a nuclear nightmare

EU nations are pledging more lethal weapons to Ukraine while refusing to accept Moscow’s insistence that it harbors no intention to attack NATO into their comfortable war narrative. This could be a serious misjudgment Any serious and objective non-Western observer of geopolitics would be baffled by the conduct of European nations in the...

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Afghanistan- Where Lies the Problem?
Neelapu Shanti | 04 Mar , 2024 0 comments
Afghanistan- Where Lies the Problem?

For the past three decades, the people of Afghanistan have been facing the ordeal of war and instability. Taliban came to power by the power of the gun in 2021, replacing the elected Government. Since then, the Afghan people including women and children have been forced to live under the shadows of fear and violence. Under the present Taliban...

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The Polish-West Ukrainian Conflict over East Galicia in 1918−1919
The Polish-West Ukrainian Conflict over East Galicia in 1918−1919

The eastern portion of Europe and the end of WWI The end of WWI resulted in significant changes concerning the political boundaries of Central, East, and South-East Europe. For the reason of the extent of these changes and the newly born regional wars over the land distribution that erupted in several mini-regions in the eastern portion of...

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China playing new Border games close to Mount Kailash
Claude Arpi | 29 Feb , 2024 2 comments
China playing new Border games close to Mount Kailash

Western Tibet has a rich historical background, particularly in proximity to Mount Kailash, near the trijunction between India, Nepal and Tibet. It is the case of Purang/Taklakot and a place called Toyo, located a few kilometres away, which have gone down in history for the epic battle between the Dogras of Gen. Zorawar Singh and the Tibetans...

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