Ziro Festival of Music 2015 : The Journey of My Life

The Ziro Festival of Music is one of the best outdoor music festivals in India. It’s held in Hong Village in Ziro Valley, Arunachal Pradesh which is home to the Apatani tribe. The local Apatani people here claim Hong Village as the 2nd [...]

The Syrian Migrant Crisis

Iraq and Syria has been the most hostile place on earth ever since the advent of ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and Levant) or ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) or IS (Islamic State) as it is called. ISIS started engaging in a guerrilla war [...]

Anatomy of National Register of Citizens (NRC)

Illegal infiltration has been the most serious issue for the Indian states bordering Bangladesh but the worst victim of them have been Assam. The Government has now sought to update the NRC (National Register of Citizens) so as to identify the [...]

Sania-Hingis Pair Wins Womens Doubles at Wimbledon, Creates History

Indian Tennis’s poster girl Sania Mirza created history on Saturday night by becoming the first Indian female player to win the Wimbledon Grand Slam Women’s Doubles Title as she and her veteran Swiss partner Martina Hingis won the [...]

Ambubachi Mela in Kamakhya Temple

Ambubachi Mela is an annual Hindu Festival held at the very famous Kamakhya Temple, atop Nilachal Hills in the city of Guwahati in the Northeastern state of Assam. This age old festival is celebrated during the monsoon season in the Assamese [...]
Worlds First Solar Powered Cricket Stadium

Bengaluru’s Chinnaswamy Stadium: World’s First Solar Powered Cricket Stadium

This is inspired from the Dreistamstadion in Freiburg Germany which was the first fully power soccer stadium in world. Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) has been claiming of this achievement and is promoting it in different forums. [...]
Solar Energy and The Future in India

Solar Energy and The Future in India

Solar Energy or solar power have been a great source of alternative/clean/non-conventional energy source since the past few decades worldwide and in this regard India wasn’t much too far behind. As such things were rolling at its own [...]