Discovered In The Sands Of China

They have been discovered quite some time ago, as the Mummies were literally dug out of the hot sands of the Chinese desert. However, Archaeologists did not possess much of […]

Transition Towards A Sterile World?

The tendency to work from home has increased in the post-COVID-19 world, with various organisations encouraging employees to work from their respective places of stay. Although this policy has many […]

Walled In From Different Sides

Many Afghan Army officers had received training from the Officers Training Academy (OTA), situated in the southern Indian city of Chennai. OTA is a training establishment of the Indian Army […]

From US To India Via Germany

It was seen that Germany introduced a rule in August 1939. The Nazi Administration asked parents to register the names of their children – under the age of three, who […]

A New Frontier Of War

Ajit Doval, the National Security Adviser (NSA) of India, recently triggered a controversy with his comment that the Civil Society might become the reason for threat to National Security. Speaking […]

Diagnosed!

Physicians identify diseases by carefully noticing the symptoms, and this process is termed Diagnosis. Dr Kyle Merritt, a doctor in the Canadian Province of British Columbia, recently diagnosed a 70-year-old […]

Setting The Scene

The Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) – the premier intelligence agency of Pakistan, operationally responsible for gathering, processing, and analysing information relevant for national security from around the world – has been […]

Bound & Preserved

The dignity of a leather-bound book is somewhat different. Even in the age of e-books, ownership of Leather-Bound books is considered to be a special sense of pride for book-lovers. […]

Divide et Impera

If you cannot get along with them, divide them… this seems to be the present position of the recently-appointed Administration in Tehran after President Ebrahim Raisi and his Foreign Minister […]

Contribution Digitised

More than a century after the World War I (July 28, 1914 – November 11, 1918), the British Historians paid a rich tribute to the soldiers from Undivided Punjab Province […]