Tag: GreatGameIndia

How IT Boom Made Bangalore Unlivable

New research shows the dark side of the IT Boom, how lakes and trees have disappeared and how IT boom made Bangalore unlivable. A recent study by T V Ramachandra of the Centre for Ecological Sciences titled Insights to Urban Dynamics through Landscape Spatial Pattern Analysis says urbanization has reduced

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IRNSS – India’s Strategic Guardian Of The Sky

On 11 May 1998, India surprised the world with its Operation Shakti (Pokhran-II) nuclear test, which was completely hidden from US spy satellites. This was a feat as the US spy satellites are capable of taking even a snap of wristwatch of Indian soldiers. When India felt the importance of secrecy

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26/11 – What Really Happened At Nariman Chabad House

The 26/11 Mumbai Attacks of 2008 were as we have reported earlier a sequel to Spanish Train Bombings of 2004 which were coordinated with a high degree of sophistication. However, during the Mumbai Attacks there were 2 parallel and distinct operations that were carried out. The attack on Taj, Oberoi, Trident, Leopold and Nariman

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Mind Control Through Television Series Part II: Violence In Media

In the first part of this Mind Control through Television Series we established the scientific basis for mind control by television and saw how multinational corporations use this psychological warfare for their vested interests. In this part we will see how Entertainment Violence impacts our children and alters their Learning

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The Great Game & The Partition Of Syria

Almost 69 years ago India was divided just as Syria is being divided today. Just how many countries were divided even after the end of World War II in the name of ‘Balance of Power’ into various ‘Spheres of Influence’? When the borders were drawn the conflicts were drawn with

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Why India Remains The World’s Largest Arms Importer?

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 India’s arms imports remain three times greater than those of

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Vijay Mallya

Vijay Mallya And The Sanctuary Of Oligarchs

How was Vijay Mallya allowed to leave India? How does a business baron who owes banks thousands of crores of rupees get to leave the country as a defaulter in spite of court proceedings under way; a consortium of 17 banks asking for his passport to be impounded, and former

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Quarterly Geopolitical Analysis Jan-Mar 2016

In the last two months two seemingly innocent and unnoticed events happened within the borders of the subcontinent with far reaching political and geopolitical implications. The first of the two events was the acceptance for first time by the Prime Minister of India regarding the Russian captivity of Subhash Chandra

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