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Raman Maharshi and the most important question in life

Raman Maharshi

India is an amazing country and unique in several aspects. For example, in every age great spiritual personalities appear who are aware of their true nature and act as guides to the truth. One such outstanding personality in recent times was Raman Maharshi, who left his body in April 1950 at the foot of Arunachala Hill in Tiruvannamalai. His teaching …

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ISRO making India proud since its inception

ISRO

With 95 spacecraft missions including 3 Nano satellites and a Micro Satellite, 65 Launch Missions including Scramjet-TD & RLV-TD, 9 ‘student’ satellites, 2 Re-entry missions and most importantly, 237 Foreign Satellites of 28 countries ISRO is undoubtedly the pride of India. The ISRO was established in 1969 and its success stories are far outnumbered than its failures. The organisation has propelled the country into an …

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Open Letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi By Major Gaurav Arya (Retd)

Major Gaurav Arya

Here is an insightful open letter by Major Gaurav Arya (Retd) to Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding national security, geo political threats and a lot more #MajorGauravArya #adgpi #IndianArmy Respected Pradhan Mantri ji, As I write these lines, I am fully aware that you may never read them. Also, I have nothing new to say. You have the nation’s intelligence …

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A great, living, ancient tradition – THE KUMBH MELA

The Kumbh Mela

During the Kumbh Mela in Haridwar in 2010, a young Frenchman exclaimed, “Oh, it must have been so different then” when he came to know that I was in 1986 at the Kumbh already. “No, it was not”, I realised. It was very much the same. It may have been the same for centuries. Here is my description of the …

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Following Ram, The prince of Ayodhya

Maria Wirth

“Where you are from? Do people there also know about Ram?” Some boys had discovered me sitting at the back of a shrine at the outskirts of Chamba near Tehri and typically for Indian kids, who are never shy, had asked this question. “No, where I am from people don’t know about Ram”, I replied. They looked disappointed. Only then …

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East to North and Everything in Between

Delhi and East India

‘It’s Delhi so don’t trust anyone’, ‘always lock your cupboard when you go to bathe’, ‘come back by six every night’, ‘NO clubbing’, ‘no skirts, short dresses and NO shorts’ and oh so many. I think many others like me get this too, when they go out to a new place, a new state. But trust me, it honestly is in extreme when you …

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Pashtun Long March, long suppressed Pashtuns raise their voice

Pashtun spring

Pashtun Long March was organized by the Pashtun Protection Movement, formerly known as Mehsud Protection Movement, which was led by Manzoor Pashteen. The movement started after the encounter of Naqeebullah Mehsud, a Pashtun model who resided in Karachi. Naqeeb was linked to terrorists groups without any evidence and killed by Rao Anwar. In response, Naqeeb’s tribe started a march to …

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And then came ‘The Internet’

And then came internet

Remember the times when we would be chased around the house after coming all dirty and sweaty after playing in the grounds for a long time and also for passing study hours? Ah! Honestly those were the days. No matter how tearful and hurt we were after those whacks and ear-twistings, it has made us a little more disciplined than the kids of this …

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Umar Daud Khattak, Mission Commander, Pashtunistan Liberation Army in conversation with Shaurya Ritwik

Umar Daud Khattak

Umar Daud Khattak is a warrior and Mission Commander of Pashtunishtan Liberation Army fighting against the illegal occupation of Pakistan from past many years. He is in list of most wanted by Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI. In an interview with The Charticle’s Founding Editor Shaurya Ritwik in Kabul, Afghanistan he talked about his Free Pashtunishtan movement, Pashtun history, Pakistan army’s atrocities in Balochistan, Pashtunishtan and …

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