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  • Cisco doubles down on India as Chambers departs
    Cisco doubles down on India as Chambers departs
    For the first time in two decades, Cisco has a new CEO this week with Chuck Robbins taking over on Monday for the retiring John Chambers. In his last public appearance as CEO, Chambers spoke to attendees at the Indian Institutes of Technology...
  • The Color of Our Sky
    Interview with Amita Trasi, author of The Color of Our Sky
    Today's guest is Amita Trasi, author of the women's fiction suspense, The Color of Our Sky. Amita was born and raised in Mumbai, India. She has an MBA in Human Resource Management and has worked with various International corporations for...
  • China predicted to be dominant economic power by 2050
    China predicted to be dominant economic power by 2050
    China will soar in the economic stratosphere in the next 35-years. Russia may have more to worry about than the U.S. supply European countries with oil and natural gas which they dominated the last few decades. It was announced by the Economic...
  • Shaytan
    Interview with David S. Arthur, author of Shaytan: A Journey Into Evil
    Our guest today is David S. Arthur, author of the new fantasy thriller, Shaytan: A Journey Into Evil. David is an American novelist with a taste for international adventure and ancient history. THE KINGDOM OF KEFTIU: A MYSTERY OF THE ANCIENT WORLD...
  • StudyMantra Technologies: Changing the Face of Online Education
    StudyMantra Technologies' creative, innovative and humanitarian way of education
    A newer, more creative way to learn Online, StudyTriangle by StudyMantra Technologies, announced its official launch a half an hour before midnight on June 29, 2014. The company, based in India, announces a brand new mobile app available for...
  • Bootleg booze kills more than 100 in India
    Bootleg booze kills more than 100 in India
    More than 94 people living in Mumbai’s Malad slum district have died from drinking poisonous moonshine last week, to Deputy Commissioner Dhananjay Kulkarni, who added that another 45 have been hospitalized after falling ill immediately....
  • The Pacific Rim: How Naval Power will redefine Asia in the 21 Century.
    The Pacific Rim: How Naval Power will redefine Asia in the 21st Century.
    The definitive attributes of naval power and its validity in the 21st century is quintessentially the same comparison as armor to World War I and World War II. The concept of a superpower is the ability to project strength indefinitely in a...
  • Poster in India condemning violence against women
    Indian Mobile App Strives to End Violence Against Women
    The 2012 gang rape in Dehli gave the world a glimpse at the horrific violence women face in India. Unfortunately, crimes against women remain a persistent problem throughout the country today.Women often fall victim to honor killings, domestic...
  • Spy pigeon
    Spy pigeon? Pigeon accused of spying for Pakistan jailed in India for fowl play
    A "spy pigeon" was captured and jailed in India, accused of being an unwitting agent pigeon provocateur for the Pakistan government. That’s bird, James bird. Forget satellites and drones, Pakistan is evidently going old school...
  • Tanishq Abraham: Meet 11-year-old college grad, who already has three degrees
    Tanishq Abraham: Meet 11-year-old college grad, who already has three degrees
    Tanishq Abraham, an 11-year-old boy from California, put on a black gown and tasseled cap. No, Tanishq was not playing dress up. This pre-teen was graduating – not from high school but from college.Writes NBC News: “Tanishq Abraham is...
  • foot print on the moon
    India ends Russian space partnership and will land on the moon alone
    The Russian space program has been beset with a number of accidents and delays, calling into question its long term viability. That fact seems to have been a factor in India’s decision to pull out of a partnership with Russia for a mission...
  • Raped nurse dies after spending 42-years in coma
    Raped nurse dies after spending 42-years in coma
    Aruna Shanbaug, 68, a former nurse who has remained in a coma for the past 42-years after she was raped has died in the very same hospital where she was attacked.Shanbaug had been a junior nurse about to be married to a medic at the hospital, but...
  • PFI
    Oops, Jihadid it again; Islamists mistakenly cut off Catholic teacher's hand
    Thirteen members of the Islamic Jihadist group The Popular Front of India (PFI) have all been found guilty of kidnapping, assaulting and lopping off the hand of a university professor in Southeast India. As reported by The Independent (of London,...
  • His Holiness the Dalai Lama
    A Tibetan has been shot at in Dharamsala, India
    Dharamsala, India is where His Holiness the Dalai Lama has lived in exile ever since he left Tibet when the Communists invaded Tibet in 1950. The exiled government of Tibet has also located itself in Dharamsala, India. Feelings of security for...
  • Goa Marriott
    Room Report: Goa, India Marriott Resort and Spa
    Arrival Experience: Following a small security check, guests wander into the open-air lobby to find a wafting breeze from the gorgeous sea views billowing through their hair. The local seashell chain necklace given as a greeting at the Marriott...
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