Archive for: April 2015

Can India and China Be Friends?

Perhaps, if they begin to focus on the economics rather than the geopolitics.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit China in May in what will be a significant foreign policy event for New Delhi. Modi will be seeking a solution to the nagging boundary dispute between the two countries and geopolitics should dominate the prime minister’s itinerary. Tensions have long clouded relations between the two Asian powerhouses, but they need not dominate Modi’s visit. If India and China want to find a way to collaborate, the answer may well lie in economics. Continue Reading..


Mohamed Zeeshan
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Indian Cricket Carnival

The eighth edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) is underway and this summer has been brilliant with 8 teams competing for the title. The tournament will see the teams playing 60 matches in 11 venues for 47 days. The teams have restructured after the auction and this is how they look: Continue Reading..


Tarun Srikanth
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Auschwitz: The Horror Revisited

May 1940 the Nazi Germany built what would be known in history as one of its biggest concentration and extermination camp.  Located in the upper province of Silesia in Germany, Auschwitz consisted of 22 barrack buildings. It covered an area of 40 square kilometers at its core and several hundreds of kilometer consisting of numerous branched camps. At its peak in 1944 it housed 135 thousand prisoners accounting about 25% of the total prisoners in the Nazi camps. Continue Reading..


Devika Soni
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Devika Soni