This excerpt from our exclusive East India Company Series article titled Noble Motives focuses on the puzzle of the disappearance of the EICs and their reemergence as modern day MNCs (Multi National Corporations). The East India Company (the "Company") was one of the institutions created...
The below excerpt from Globalised Terror in a Liberalised World where we examined the Mumbai Train Blasts – A Sequel to The Madrid Train Bombings Of 2004 traces the evolution of the modern day Intelligence Agencies to the crusades and the religious wars...
This excerpt from The Hunt For The Treasure Of Vijayanagara Empire details the centuries old plan of the East India Company to loot the hidden treasures of the Indian kingdoms. A massive eviction of tribals is taking place in the...
This excerpt from the History Of Narco-Terrorism In India explains the roots of Chinese distaste to India which has a far-reaching foreign policy implications to India today and which also laid the foundation for the destruction of American society. The British reasoned that rather...
For sometime now there is a huge debate brewing on regarding intolerance in India effectively creating a schism between the various sections of Indian society. While each group is busy voicing their fears or anxiety accusing the other of ruining...
East India Company’s trade was divided into many parts and a particular family owned each part. They were given full control over a nation under consideration. They developed local industrial/business house, through which they exploited the independent nations. So for people of...
In the first part of this East India Company Seires: Noble Motives we examined the origin of these EICs, their motives and the motives of Multi National Corporations (MNCs). In the second part Glorified Commodities we examined the commodities EICs dealt...
It was more than seven decades ago that the United States dropped the world’s first atomic bomb on Japan, obliterating the city of Hiroshima, killing 140,000 people and ushering in a new era of nuclear conflict.  Today President Barack Obama...
A parliamentary panel has expressed its deep concerns over the continued incidents of mishaps involving aircraft of the Indian Air Force, resulting into loss of precious lives and huge money. In its latest report, the Standing Committee on Defence...
India continues to remain the world's largest arms importer, accounting for 14% of the global imports in the 2011-2015 timeframe. The latest data on international arms transfers released by a global think-tank, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), also shows...