Water sports that can push adrenaline on Goa beaches

March 4, 2018

1. Yatch in Goa To witness the beauty of the ocean and to relax & chill out in the peaceful surroundings of the Arabian Sea, experience a Yatch ride in Goa to collect some magical moments of your life. Goa has some of the best options to cruise on the Arabian Sea while enjoying activities […]

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Coorg Adventure Camp

February 26, 2018

The Adventure things White water River rafting Nature Camp Trekking Rock climbing Kayaking Sailing Water skiing Para sailing Para gliding Speed Boating Getting in Nearest railway station is Mysore, from there its approx 100 km. You can travel from the Mysore Suburb Bus stand by the state-government buses that ply between Mysore and Madikeri (and […]

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The Pro Kabbadi

February 3, 2018

India’s most popular inner wear brand will be bringing its latest Television Commercial (TVC) to promote its association with Pro Kabbaddi league. The new TVC that has a youthful feel to it focuses on how Frenchie appeals to every male across all age groups, making every woman fall, rather fight, for a Frenchie Man. With […]

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Steve and Warner IPL 2018

January 24, 2018

Australian superstars Steve Smith and David Warner have been handed over one-year bans by Cricket Australia. The duo will also not be eligible to lead the national team until the next two years according to a sanction. Opener Cameron Bancroft, on the other hand, has been slapped with a ban of nine months. Indian Premier […]

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Bali – The Island of Gods

January 13, 2018

Bali is also popularly known as the Island of Gods, it is a captivating and mystical land. Some other synonymous names for the Island of Gods are – Dawning-of-the-World, Last Paradise, Centre-of-the-Universe etc. It is also known to be Indonesia’s spiritual heart as it promotes a satisfying balance in between the environment, human being and […]

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Football Stories

January 8, 2018

Big day for Big Sam Sam Allardyce gets his international debut against Slovakia, a team England recently failed to beat in Euro 2016. Expectations are high with England tipped as favourites to take the lead of a group where Scotland and Slovenia will hope to defy the odds and create an upset. After crashing out of the […]

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The Virtue Of Selfishness

December 7, 2017

Overview The provocative title of Ayn Rand’s The Virtue of Selfishness introduces an equally provocative thesis about ethics. Traditional ethics has always been suspicious of self-interest, praising acts that are selfless in intent and calling acts that are motivated by self-interest amoral or immoral. Ayn Rand’s view is exactly the opposite. This collection of nineteen […]

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Guerrilla Warfare Movements

November 17, 2017

The real origin of modern guerrilla warfare can be found in Mao Zedong and the Chinese Civil War. Beyond creating an actual theory for which you could base how to fight a guerrilla war on, Mao Zedong’s victory in the Chinese Civil War and those that came afterwards signified the fact that guerrilla warfare had […]

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Travelling to Nagaland

November 13, 2017

Nagaland is connected to the rest of India by rail, bus and air services. The closest railway station is at Dimapur, 74 kms away from Kohima , you can get taxi to Kohima in front of the station. The airport is approximately 68 km to Kohima about 2.5 hours drive away. Almost all trains and […]

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The Capital By Karl Marx

October 6, 2017

How to Read Marx’s Capital 1. Capital appeared a century ago (in 1867). It retains all its freshness and is more relevant and actual than ever. Bourgeois ideologists, whether they be ‘economists’, ‘historians’, or ‘philosophers’ have spent the greater part of the last century trying to refute it. They have declared the theories of the […]

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