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Was Accession Fair & Legal ?

Was Maharaja Hari Singh dithering in deciding whether to join India, Pakistan or stay independent in 1947? The way Quit Kashmir call was initiated and projected by National Conference leadership surely cultivated bitterness in the mind of the ... Kashmir Observer, 2 days ago

Nehruvians discredited modern India's builder

The usual suspects have already begun to grumble over the Modi Government's decision to observe Sardar Patel's birth anniversary as National Unity Day. The Iron Man of India deserved this honour decades ago The Narendra Modi Government's ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago

Speech to mark Cliffoney National School's Centenary, Cliffoney, Co. Sligo, Wednesday, 22nd October 2014

Speech by President Michael D. Higgins To Mark Cliffoney National School's Centenary Cliffoney, Co. Sligo Wednesday, 22nd October 2014 A Easpaig Doran [Bishop Doran], A Dhaoine Uaisle, A dhaltaí, Is mian liom buíochas a ghabháil ...
 Aras an Uachterain1 week ago

Mintoff's Delimara country house sold for €250,000

Mintoff family reaped €830,000 in compensation from government after construction of Delimara power station outside country home James Debono Dom Mintoff's residence in Delimara, known as l-Gharix, has been sold to Silvio Cassar, a 33-year old ...
 MaltaToday1 week ago

WW1: Why the homefront was nothing to write home about

1914 saw German agents rounded up, food rationed and the invention of sex Business As Usual was the sign in the window of Harrods in autumn 1914. The slogan caught on, encapsulating the legendary stoicism of the British in times of trouble. ...
 Scottish Daily Express1 week ago

Art Deco 1920s house 'like something out of a Hollywood movie'

PITTSBURGH - Richard Silvers grew up admiring the palatial white mansion at 1830 Beechwood Blvd. in Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill, never imagining he might live there. But fate intervened, and when the home came up for sale in 2002, he and his wife, ...
 Miami Herald2 weeks ago

Delhi University students archive historical facts about campus buildings

The University of Delhi is working to make history of the institution, its linkages with the first War of Independence in 1857 and the British Raj, available to the people in the form of brochures and short films. A team of six students of B.Tech. in ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago

Former IRA commander Martin McGuinness admits he 'likes' the Queen The Telegraph

Paul Faith - PA Queen Elizabeth II shaking hands with Northern Ireland's Martin McGuinness Martin McGuinness, the former IRA commander and Northern Ireland deputy first minister, has admitted he "likes" the Queen and admired ...
 Auto.ru.msn.com2 weeks ago

Prince William an image of his parents?

by Duncan Barry A number of people interviewed by this newsroom who happened to be in the vicinity, or specifically flocked to yesterday's events in Vittoriosa attended by Prince William, said that the prince resembles both his late mother, ...
 Malta Independent Daily1 month ago
Hindustan Times

The tumbler trap

THE TUMBLER TRAP Fish poachers deploy many an ingenious method but this one was startling. On a ramble through the Shiwaliks, I came across a boy and a man placing steel tumblers in a gushing rivulet near Nanakpur village on the Pinjore-Baddi ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
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