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Tricks That Go A Long Way

By Grandmaster shifuji Shaurya Bhardwaj A mentor to the Commandos of India Shifuji Shaurya Bhardwaj teaches us five unarmed combat, self-defence techniques Who said women arent capable of being physically powerful? Debunking the age-old myth, Grandmaster Shifuji Shaurya Bharadwajs demonstrated a series of self-defense techniques at Trio World Academy recently. All it takes is being … Continue reading Tricks That Go A Long Way

DIVIDED WE FALL

By Shalabh Raizada | December 21, 2014 There is a ‘hero’ and there is a ‘villain’. There is action and there is passion. There are twists and turns. And there are cameras. No, it’s not a Bollywood flick; it is just Indian politics. Most people seem to be living in a movie which does not … Continue reading DIVIDED WE FALL

Goods and Services Tax

Indian economy … which is famously growing ahead, breaching all new peaks , now awaits for a compelling and energetic turn-around in its taxation framework , gst – which has inbound ability to help government of india to enhance revenues and maintain the democratic consensus.   There has been lot of eagerness on the implementation … Continue reading Goods and Services Tax

How to Prepare for That One Annoying Subject

BY SHALABH RAIZADA• JANUARY 05, 2015   With semester exams just around the corner, here are some ways how to prepare for a subject you have not studied in the entire semester.   1. Chill Okay? Lambi Saas Bharo Pehle Toh. You are not the only one struggling through that one particular subject that drains … Continue reading How to Prepare for That One Annoying Subject

Benefits of Sutra of Golden Light

Lama Zopa Rinpoche says :   ‘This text is very precious; it brings peace and happiness and is very powerful to stop violence. It gives incredible protection to the country from violence etc. By hearing this text, one’s karma gets purified. This text increases success and, especially for leaders like kings or presidents, brings success … Continue reading Benefits of Sutra of Golden Light

Aryabhatta the Indian mathematician

Aryabhatta, also known as Aryabhatta I or Aryabhata (476-550 AD), was a famous Indian mathematician and astronomer, born in a place called Taregana, in Bihar (though some people do not agree with the evidence). Taregana (also spelled as Taragna) which literally means songs of stars in Bihari, is a small place situated nearly 30 km … Continue reading Aryabhatta the Indian mathematician

How I Made A 3D Printed Tardigrade (Water Bear)

One of my most recent collaborations was with designer Kostika Spaho and we worked together to create a 3D printed Tardigrade figurine and bring it to market. In this post I’ll walk you through the design process from 3D model to sale and share my tips for 3D printed success. I first became fascinated with … Continue reading How I Made A 3D Printed Tardigrade (Water Bear)

Why India Needs the Women’s Reservation Bill

Nine out of ten parliamentarians in India are men. 1. Introduction It has been 65 years since India attained independence and guaranteed fundamental rights to its citizens. Both men and women were guaranteed equal political, social and economic rights; but then why only 11% of women are the elected representatives of India which boasts of … Continue reading Why India Needs the Women’s Reservation Bill

India’s 100 Smart City Program – TECHNOLOGY PLANNING AND ANALYSIS Posted by Shalabh Raizada on January 10 2015

We have been hearing the term “smart city” ever since the Information Technology revoluza hit India in the late 1990s. First it was Hyderabad, which was often referred to also as “Cyberabad”, and then there was Pune. What’s common between these two cities? They have both become regional IT Hubs, with several call centers, back … Continue reading India’s 100 Smart City Program – TECHNOLOGY PLANNING AND ANALYSIS Posted by Shalabh Raizada on January 10 2015

Shifting Trends in Indian Currency – From PAPER to PLASTIC

Bank of India (RBI) has decided to introduce plastic currency, whose life span would be 4 times the normal currency notes and would be difficult to imitate. The apex bank has initially decided to introduce 100 crore pieces of Rs. 10 polymer notes, for which it has floated a global tender.   revoluzaHistory – First … Continue reading Shifting Trends in Indian Currency – From PAPER to PLASTIC