Russia has lost an empire and not yet found a role. Only the Russians themselves can decide what that should be, and it will take some time. The new Russia will certainly not arrive this May 9, when Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin celebrates the 70th anniversary of the end of the Continue Reading
The quake, which struck at 11:56 a.m. local time on Saturday, April 25, occurred at a depth of 9.3 miles — considered shallow — in the Kathmandu Valley, which has suffered major earthquakes in the past, most recently a magnitude 8.1 event in 1934. Dharahara, a tower dating back to Continue Reading
In the 1960s the number of tanks and lakes was 280 and less than 80 in 1993. Until 1895 unfiltered water was supplied from tanks like Dharmambudhi (present day Bus station), Millers tank (Area opposite Cantonment railway station), Sankey and Ulsoor tanks . Can you believe that !!??? So what happens if we loose our lakes or have them polluted ?
The yantra is as fundamental to a divine being as oil is to the oil light or as a body is to a living person, which is utilized for different purposes. for example, to reduce the evil impacts of the nine planets, to achieve great wellbeing and success, to improve Continue Reading
As a year comes to a close, we look back with gratitude at all the learning opportunities that this wonderful world have given us in last years and decades. We had faced challenges together and emerged stronger with the experience. May we continue to collaborate and work together to help Continue Reading
INTERFAX – ATOMPROEKT JSC (an integrated company of VNIPIET and SPbAEP design institutes) will make an engineering and economic comparison of natural draft and ventilation cooling towers; in the future, this will help to select an optimum option for building power units at the Ruppur nuclear power plant (NPP) in Continue Reading
This is the title of an interesting report that has recently been published by b2b-compliance, a German provider for business information and compliance. They have analyzed the ownership structures of the Top 50 Indian websites according to the Alexa ranking of August 2013. The approach goes beyond the companies that Continue Reading
A major reason of worry for India’s dual political dynasties (alias Bharatiya Congress & Co.) as AAP heads for a landslide victory in Delhi with its candidates leading on 67 seats. A year after he had resigned as Delhi Chief Minister the AAP convenor will be taking oath as the Continue Reading
Global oil prices have fallen sharply over the past 7-8 months, leading to significant revenue shortfalls in many energy exporting nations, while consumers in many importing countries are likely to have to pay less. India imports 75% of its oil, and analysts say falling oil prices will ease its current Continue Reading
The WTO launched on 4 February 2015 an invitation to young economists to submit papers for the 2015 WTO Essay Award for Young Economists. The Award aims to promote high-quality research on trade policy and international trade co-operation among young economists and to reinforce the relationship between the WTO and the academic community.