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The Revamped Indian Passport May No Longer Be A Valid Address Proof!
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The Revamped Indian Passport May No Longer Be A Valid Address ...

The history of passport dates back to approximately 450 BC when King Artaxerxes I of Persia issued a letter to an official named Nehemiah for travelling beyond his country to Judea, the modern day Israel. Since then, the passport has been considered as a ... Trak.in, 4 days ago

How power was transferred in the Mughal empire

The cardinal rule for Mughal princes was 'Ya Takht, Ya Takhta' (the throne or the funeral pyre).The princes went to battle against their brothers, even their father, to become emperor, points out Syed Firdaus Ashraf.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com On the Gujarat election trail this week, Narendra D Modi likened Rahul Gandhi's elevation as Congress president to the passing of the crown from one Mughal emperor to his son, meaning a perk of dynasty. History, however, makes it clear that ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

THE IRANI CAFES OF MUMBAI

One of the most important must-do activities in Mumbai, is a visit to the city’s famous Irani cafes. It has been said often and in many different ways that “There is no bigger culinary celebration of Mumbai’s cosmopolitanism than the city’s many Irani ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

'The Broken Key' to release in Italy

Veteran actor Kabir Bedi's next international film "The Broken Key" will be releasing in Italy on November 16.Kabir, who earlier featured in international films like "The Bold and the Beautiful" and "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time", took to Twitter on ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
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The Rohingyas are not ISIS

'If India adopts a punitive and unforgiving stance against the Rohingyas, it will be courting disgrace,' says Amulya Ganguli. IMAGE: Hamida thought she and her family would be safe if they fled the violence in Rakhine state, Myanmar. Members of the Rohingya community, Hamida, her husband Nasir Ahmed and two young children risked it all, leaving their home behind, when they took a boat to Bangladesh. The journey ended in tragedy when the boat capsized. Hamida survived, but her 5-week-old infant ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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