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December 18, 2018
Places to visit on new year

Making resolutions, additions/deletions in your bucket list or finding new goals – that’s what usually surrounds the coming of new year. And, there’s a lot that goes into it – new aspirations, new responsibilities, and new horizons to touch. Whew! Take a mental break from all the upcoming hustle bustle and prepare yourself for the big year ahead in advance. Rejuvenate and shed off all the tiredness by hitting any of the below-mentioned places. Start [...]Read More

December 2, 2018
Top Surfing Destinations in India

  Do you know the word surf originated from India? The country has about 7,000 kilometres of coastline spread mostly across its southern tip. However, despite having so much surfing treasure, India is not exactly a country which is known for its surfing habits. But, once you test the water in surfing, it’s practically a love at first ‘dive’. Most of the prime surfing areas are pretty much undiscovered, so, you’ll have plenty of time [...]Read More

November 30, 2018
6 Best must-visit spots for Paragliding in India

  Ever thought of flying like a free bird in the endless sky, feeling the adrenaline rush in your veins? Well, if yes, then we must tell you that you can fulfil this fantasy of yours and turn it into reality. Introduced in India in the 1990s, Paragliding is one such adventure sport that allows you to soar high in the sky and feel the wind slipping beneath you as you go higher. Unlike people [...]Read More

October 27, 2018
Places to Visit in November

Mildly cool breezes, clear skies, a subtle chill, and a more welcomed sun. Rings any bells? Well, this is the time when the month of November – naturally charged with the air of festivity and undertones of autumn- dawns upon us. It is perhaps the best month to get out of your cosy abodes and see the nature settling in the new season. Places look effortlessly extra-beautiful and there are plenty of places to visit [...]Read More

February 3, 2018
Goa Carnival-2018

Are you bored and tired of living a mundane life? Are you planning to spend some time with friends and go on a long holiday but due to a shortage of leaves are unable to do so?. I would suggest you to go Goa this year and attend the “Goa Carnival”. The Goa Carnival is a festival that lasts for 4 days. It is going to begin on 10th February this year and will end [...]Read More

November 4, 2017

It has been about 5 years since the Nirbhaya incident. A young girl was brutally assaulted and raped in the national capital. The nation rose up, united in its protest, bringing to light the spate of crime against women in the country. Much has been done since then to keep our girls and women safe and yet we seem to have failed them miserably when we take a look at the statistics of crimes against [...]Read More

February 12, 2017
India’s Role in World War II

Few Indians today would be aware that India contributed 2.5 million volunteer soldiers to fight for the Allies during World War II (WWII), and 1.5 million soldiers during World War I (WWI). These extremely brave soldiers came from very humble and poor backgrounds but they fought ferociously on land, at sea, and in the air. In both the wars, the British Indian Army raised the world’s largest volunteer force, a feat not known by the [...]Read More

February 11, 2017
The Ghazi Attack - Movie Review

One of the least sung branches of the glorious Indian Armed Forces is the Indian Navy. The sheer courage, professional skills, patriotism and sacrifices of the officers and sailors of our naval force are no less significant than those made by our air warriors and our men in olive green. They are not as frequently highlighted, though, due to the constant clamour coming in from the northern frontiers. Our men and women in white spend [...]Read More

December 28, 2016

On 8 November, 2016, Prime Minister Narendra Modi shocked the country by withdrawing high denomination notes (INR 500 and INR 1000) as legal tenders. The move was made with an intention to unearth the black money stashed by tax evaders, drug cartels, traffickers and other illegal entities. New INR 500 and INR 2000 notes were introduced but the move has caused much pain to the common man and a number of sectors in the country [...]Read More

December 6, 2016
December Fairs and Festivals

December is not just a wait for the year to end. It is the month when India gears up to celebrate the best of art, culture and festivities. Here are some of the top fairs, festivals, and celebrations held across the country this month. Hornbill Festival Dates: December 1 – 10, 2016 Where: Kisama Heritage Village, Kohima, Nagaland Named after the bird sighted in this part of the country, the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland is [...]Read More

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