Archive for: January 2015

NAMOBAMA Zamana Aayega

Enter the United States of Amer-India.

We are living in truly transitional times, a fact amplified by the just-concluded visit of the US President Barack Obama to India. The Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi left no pebble unturned in his endeavor to make the US Presidential visit a mesmerizing momentous and memorable event. With unprecedented focus on personal chemistry, PM Modi and Pres Obama succeeded in making history on multiple fronts. For the statistically inclined, it is important to inform that the Indian head of government and the US head of state have met on no less than 10 occasions during four formal summit opportunities in the last four months. Continue Reading..


Sundeep Bedi
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Sundeep Bedi

Royal Insignia of the Delhi Sultans and Mughals : Taj / Crown

Crowns have been associated with Royalty since the beginning  of the establishment  of monarchy in the West.
However, the Muslim kings wore turbans and the Hindu kings wore pagdis (turban). The first Muslim ruler to use a crown was  Abd al-Aziz ibn Musa ibn Nusayr first Governor of Spain in 8th c. He married the widow Egilon, the wife of the last Visigothic king, Roderic and under her  influence used it at first privately then in public. But slowly it became popular and the crown of the Fatamids of Egypt was called Taj Sharif and was studded with Precious  stones and jewels. The crowns of the Sultans of Delhi was round in shape, protruding out at the forehead. Continue Reading..


Rana Safvi
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Rana Safvi

A study of Real Madrid’s new recruits

An age-old criticism from football experts all around the world is that Spanish side Real Madrid do not concentrate on youth talent and instead splash the cash for established stars, in a bid to put together a team of ‘Galacticos’. Yes, this criticism has been proven accurate time after time, and the football world has seen various exciting talents wasted in Madrid. Continue Reading..


Saurav Roy
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Saurav Roy