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USA- Cost of an Unending War in Afghanistan and Before: A Lesson to Learn

Started Aug 20, 2015 0 Replies

In one of the biggest military engagement USA is involved in after second world war is in Afghanistan.The War in Afghanistan began on 7 October 2001, as the armed forces of the…Continue

Global Media in Days of Information Warfare -An interview of Prof Steven Beebe by Ratnesh Dwivedi

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In the days of mediatization when it is mostly media which sets agenda and information war fare decides public perception ,it is very important for common news consumers to understand how good or bad…Continue

On Set of BRICS , SCO and EEU ,a Great Outcome is All Set to Change World Dynamics by Ratnesh Dwivedi

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While BRICS and SCO countries were discussing a powerful economic collaboration among partner countries in first week of July 2015 and world was watching the outcome of these two meeting another…Continue

How ISIS is expanding in Indian Subcontinent?

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This summer, as ISIS surged into Iraq and the conflict in Syria finally boiled over into its neighbor, Al-Qaeda was somewhat marginalized from the public-policy debate. While al-Qaeda remained an…Continue

 

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Will India Make it with a Manned Mission : India's Space Efforts

With Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announcing on 72nd Independence Day that India will send a manned mission in Space by 2022 ,most of pioneer nations in Space Race have started thinking if India will make it? Indian Space Science program was pioneered by none other than Vikram Sarabahi who is regarded as father of Indian Space research.It all started like a film story when in 1970s US Space Agency announced that it had funding for a large Space Project under which it was ready to rent a…See More
Sep 9
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Will India Make it with a Manned Mission : India's Space Efforts

With Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announcing on 72nd Independence Day that India will send a manned mission in Space by 2022 ,most of pioneer nations in Space Race have started thinking if India will make it? Indian Space Science program was pioneered by none other than Vikram Sarabahi who is regarded as father of Indian Space research.It all started like a film story when in 1970s US Space Agency announced that it had funding for a large Space Project under which it was ready to rent a…See More
Sep 9
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Vymaanka Shashtra (Aeronautics) in Ancient India and According to Maharishi Bhardwaaja

The Vaimānika Shāstra is a Sanskrit text on aeronautics obtained by psychic channeling and automatic writing. It makes the claim that the vimānas mentioned in ancient Sanskrit epics were advanced aerodynamic flying vehicles, similar to a rocket.DEFINITION OF VIMANAThe word “Vimana” originates from the Sanskrit words Vi-Mana, ‘Vi’ meaning ‘Bird’ and ‘Mana’ meaning ‘like’. The interpretation will be ‘like bird’. Owing to similarity with birds, it is named ‘vimana’. The word ‘andaja’ as related to…See More
Aug 27
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Vymaanka Shashtra (Aeronautics) in Ancient India and According to Maharishi Bhardwaaja

The Vaimānika Shāstra is a Sanskrit text on aeronautics obtained by psychic channeling and automatic writing. It makes the claim that the vimānas mentioned in ancient Sanskrit epics were advanced aerodynamic flying vehicles, similar to a rocket.DEFINITION OF VIMANAThe word “Vimana” originates from the Sanskrit words Vi-Mana, ‘Vi’ meaning ‘Bird’ and ‘Mana’ meaning ‘like’. The interpretation will be ‘like bird’. Owing to similarity with birds, it is named ‘vimana’. The word ‘andaja’ as related to…See More
Aug 27
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Gold-India's Quest for Pride

Gold-India's Quest for PrideWhen I visited China this time my hosts asked me to tell them two latest Hindi movie's name which they can watch and I told them about 'Neerja' and 'Gold'.In my opinion both movies are an attempt to fight against odds and circumstances.While 'Neerja' is a story of a daughter, a wife and a working lady who gives away her life while balancing and adjusting between family and work but when it comes to saving the life of passengers of aeroplane she is aboard she fights…See More
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Emergence of BRICS Nations in Post Globalization and Post Unipolar World

Today when BRICS Summit is ending in Johannesburg it becomes quite relevant to discuss what BRICS have achieved and what it is set to achieve in post globalization era where we are living in a Multipolar world. Emergence of China,Rise of India,Stability in Russia,Economic reforms and stability in Brazil and South Africa has put these countries in the league of developed countries and together they are another world all set to give a boost to economy,eradicate poverty,right to education and…See More
Jul 28
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One Nation,One Poll: Will it Bring Election Reforms in India?

In India almost every month one or the other state is setting tones for an election. The cost which is incurred during campaign process is very high. Current Indian election system is hampering in the growth of India as well as in policy making also. Moreover, the procedure is also very time consuming and chaotic.After One Nation, One Tax, PM Modi is all set to build consensus on an ambitious reform called: One Nation, One Election (Lok Sabha & Vidhan Sabha elections held at once). Former…See More
Jul 18
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Indian Apex Court Uphelds Land Mark Judgement on Nirbhaya Gangrape Case

Hon Deepak Mishra,Chief Justice of India, today got an entry in the chapters of history by retaining the land mark judgement of Death Sentence to four accused in Nirbhaya Gang Rape case, an incident in India which shook all four pillars of political system along with Public in last few years.Hon Deepak Mishra who has been previously criticized by his fellow judges and opposition had tried to bring impeachment against him has recorded a score and has shut the mouth of opposition by passing and…See More
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India Leaps Big with Her Past Colonial Ruler

This is very natural to be emotional when premiers of a Nation which ruled another For 200 years meet on the invitation of former. With an open heart, clear vision and tough stand on terror Indian Prime Minister Narendra Midi paid state visit to meet England's Prime Minister Theresa May to discuss variety of issues and close multiple deals. World News Tomorrow Corporation's Asia Bureau Chief kept a close eye on this meeting and issues discussed during meet. He writes:At the invitation of Prime…See More
Jul 9
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CIA's Linguistic Terminology is Poor in Using the Term 'Militant' for 'VHP' and 'Bajrang Dal' in India?

Yesterday Indian Socio-Political Circle was shocked to learn that World's Most Famous and Largest Secret Agency has termed India's two outfits as 'Religious Militant Outfits' .Being born in a town which is home to activities of both outfits and due to my Journalistic instinct I some how felt to understand if CIA's linguists are correct in terming both outfits.1-According to Cambridge Dictionary,Militant means active, determined, and often willing to use force. Even extremists are described in…See More
Jun 27
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CIA's Linguistic Terminology is Poor in Using the Term 'Militant' for 'VHP' and 'Bajrang Dal' in India?

Yesterday Indian Socio-Political Circle was shocked to learn that World's Most Famous and Largest Secret Agency has termed India's two outfits as 'Religious Militant Outfits' .Being born in a town which is home to activities of both outfits and due to my Journalistic instinct I some how felt to understand if CIA's linguists are correct in terming both outfits.1-According to Cambridge Dictionary,Militant means active, determined, and often willing to use force. Even extremists are described in…See More
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Ratnesh Dwivedi transferred his skills of media industry in to his passion for writing and teaching. He has seen changing face of Indian media as a struggler and budding media professional.Later he switched in to academics and love to be categorized as a prolific writer,analyst and academician. He has been teaching to graduate and post graduate students of Media and Communication in Indian Universities and Institutions for past twelve years,though he specializes in Broadcast Journalism. He has been associated with Amity University,where he led a project to set up Community Radio Station and TV Studio apart from his teaching assignment.He is widely published academician in the field of Media and Communication with nearly 30 publications and presentation in countries like Russia,Ukraine,Kazakhstan,Germany,Slovinia,Chzeck,Britain,USA and India with nearly 7000 citations,which itself is a record. He has authored three books.The Story of an Intern is a reportage book of struggle of an Intern in big bad media world,while The Cosmic Mask is a compilation of nine space fiction stories which he self published with an Amazon company.Third one is an academic book. His fourth book on US Intelligence and Cost of War is in print. He is Charter member of Bush Center,Texas,Chapter Member of Internet Society,Virginia, Institute of English Studies,University of London .He is member with world's largest media professionals organizations like ECREA,Brussels and RTDNA,Wash,D.C.He is also member with intelligence think tank Mission Essential,Virginia,and Carnegie Council's Global Ethics Network,NY,USA.He has attended workshops of NASA and conducts NASA's essay contest in Indian Schools.He has participated in an online course conducted by NSTA and NASA.He is India Editor of a Georgia,U.S.A. based science magazine S.T.E.M.He serves as Contributing Analyst with Wash D.C. based think tank Wikistrat. He lives in New Delhi with his wife and son.

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Will India Make it with a Manned Mission : India's Space Efforts

Posted on September 7, 2018 at 7:48pm 0 Comments

With Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announcing on 72nd Independence Day that India will send a manned mission in Space by 2022 ,most of pioneer nations in Space Race have started thinking if India will make it?

Indian Space Science program was pioneered by none other than Vikram Sarabahi who is regarded as father of Indian Space research.It all started like a film story when in 1970s US Space Agency announced that it had funding for a large Space Project under which it was ready to…

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Vymaanka Shashtra (Aeronautics) in Ancient India and According to Maharishi Bhardwaaja

Posted on August 27, 2018 at 12:08am 0 Comments

The Vaimānika Shāstra is a Sanskrit text on aeronautics obtained by psychic channeling and automatic writing. It makes the claim that the vimānas mentioned in ancient Sanskrit epics were advanced aerodynamic flying vehicles, similar to a rocket.

DEFINITION OF VIMANA

The word “Vimana” originates from the Sanskrit words Vi-Mana, ‘Vi’ meaning ‘Bird’ and ‘Mana’ meaning ‘like’. The interpretation will be ‘like bird’. Owing to similarity with birds, it is named ‘vimana’. The word…

Continue

Gold-India's Quest for Pride

Posted on August 19, 2018 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Gold-India's Quest for Pride

When I visited China this time my hosts asked me to tell them two latest Hindi movie's name which they can watch and I told them about 'Neerja' and 'Gold'.In my opinion both movies are an attempt to fight against odds and circumstances.While 'Neerja' is a story of a daughter, a wife and a working lady who gives away her life while balancing and adjusting between family and work but when it comes to saving the…

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End of an Era in Indian Politics

Posted on August 16, 2018 at 1:40pm 0 Comments

India keeps losing its stalwarts of Indian politics this year. First J.Jayalitha of AIADMK in Tamilnadu then K. Karunanidhi of DMK in Tamilnadu and Somnath Chatterjee of Communist Party in W.Bengal and now India's most popular Prime Minister after Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru and Mrs Indira Gandhi, Atal Bihari Vajapayee who was admitted in All India Institute of Medical Sciences today at 05;05 PM in New Delhi.

Atal Bihari Vajpayee is regarded as a great orator who gave India a strong opposition… Continue

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