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The nation is one in paying tribute to the valiant soldier who died in service of the country. His heart beat, amidst a mountain of snow, gave rise to a billion plus hopes. 114 more words

Making for India

Besides Tata and Mahindra, several other firms that have jumped into the arms race such as Larsen & Toubro, HCL, Reliance, Rolta, Bharat Forge, Titagarh Wagons, Pipavav Defence and… 178 more words

Punj Lloyd

Hospital closed for cleaning

The hospital at Ascot Racecourse closed down for a deep clean. Meanwhile, various young locals were off to face danger. One, John Durban Smith, was the elder son of a distinguished retired admiral who advised the government on naval gunnery. 97 more words

Life On The Home Front

Increased Nuclear Activity In North Korea.

On January 6th, 2016, The US Geological Survey reported a 5.1 magnitude seismic event permeating from a nuclear test site in North Korea. The North Korean media quickly reported the event as its first successful hydrogen bomb test. 254 more words


Three killed in Air Force plane crash

Three people were killed on Wednesday when a military plane crashed into a residential area in Indonesia’s East Java province, officials said. 172 more words