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Join us @ GPO 12-Noon on Republic Day

The Citizens’ Initiative for Republic Day was created in 2010 to achieve two ends: to mark in every year the anniversary of the Proclamation of the Irish Republic and the beginning of the revolution which sought to create a progressive republic of equals; to establish by the will of the citizens April 24th as a new national day to be known as Republic Day. 322 more words

Hamburguers and the hardest race in the wind

Sixty two years ago, some guys in Natal had a crazy idea. They decided to start a road race. But they wanted to make the race the hardest race in the world. 700 more words

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Jaipur: Nahargarh Fort and Republic Day

Good morning everyone,

So in the last post I wrote about time, well there’s a caveat to my description of Indian time.  If a monument says it’s closing at 5 p.m., that’s exactly what time it’s going to close.   1,170 more words


Mizo super model contest a ni lo, March past zawk a ni

March Past inelnaa lawmman dawn hnuhnung ber chu 2015 Republic Day a ni a, lawmman pakhatna kan dawng. Middle school, High School leh Higher Secondary School leh Integrated Training Centre contingent 12 zingah Nuchhungi English Medium School chu pakhatna a ni. 226 more words


Guyana: Thousands celebrate Republic Day and Mashramani

Thousands celebrate Republic Day

February 24, 2015 | By KNews | Filed Under News

Thousands of Guyanese turned out yesterday to celebrate as Guyana observed its… 574 more words


How Royal Enfield won over the Indian motorcyclist—and now looks unstoppable

In 2000, some seven years after Eicher Motors took control of Royal Enfield, India’s most iconic motorcycle maker was considering shutting shop.

It took some convincing by Siddhartha Lal, a member of the Lal family that controls the company (and a diehard Royal Enfield fan, pictured above), before Eicher’s board agreed to give the motorcycle manufacturer one last chance. 617 more words

INDIA First Republic Day Celebration Video

Curious to know how it look like the First Republic Day of India on Jan 20 1950. Here’s the Video of some rare pictures resembling this auspicious event.