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Is there a Life after Death?
by Jaipal Singh
For centuries, an enigmatic and metaphysical question if there is life after death, has baffled philosophers, scientists and common people. All of us experience at one time or other in our surrounding how the death brings a radical change in the body. In a moment, the person loses consciousness, memory, experiences and above all the very personality that one represented all along during life. Read On

Indians to Prove the Origin of Zero in India
by Dr. Rajen Barua
The Indian origin of zero and the modern numerals with the decimal system have always been a matter of immense national pride for all Indians. India's great contribution of the numerals with the decimal system to the world of mathematics.... Read On

The Neighbourhood Bully
by Proloy Bagchi
How naïve Nehru was! Soon after independence he asserted India needn’t have an army. He proclaimed there was no use for an army in India as the country had no enemies. This he stated even as the state and non-state actors from across the newly drawn borders were attacking in the North in strength to grab Kashmir. Read On

War Cry of The Bullish Neighbour
by Jaipal Singh
Almost two-and-half months of the standoff at Doklam ..., the two countries mutually reached an agreement to de-escalate and withdraw their troops from the standoff site of the disputed territory at tri-junction traditionally owned by Bhutan. Read On

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