Dissimilar to forceful key plans brought about the significant conflict with India in Ladakh’s Galwan valley in June 2020, the most recent India-China engagements in Tawang on December 9 appear to have political computations or stresses on Beijing’s part over Tibet and Taiwan. In Ladakh, there is presently a deadlock between the Indian and Chinese soldiers. There could have been a few withdrawal to a … Continue reading Why Is China Dead set On Annihilating Binds With India and Most Different Neighbours?
BRIC – alternatively known as the “big four” is an acronym that refers to the newly advanced countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China. Goldman Sachs was the first to introduce this acronym in one of their reports in 2003, stating that by the year 2050 these four economies would be wealthier than most of the current major global economic powers. Some sources have also … Continue reading BRIC – The Big Four
Though India has been emerging as a hotspot for new ventures and start-ups, but it holds the symbol of being notoriously bureaucratic and a red-taped structure in the global market. India may be home to many of the largest global outsourcing and IT consulting firms, but attracting American-style entrepreneurism here has been slow or rather sporadic. The frustrations of setting up or doing business in … Continue reading Trying to do it the “American way”, in India!
The word Kumbh means a pitcher and Mela means fair in Hindi. The Kumbh mela is the biggest mass held in the Hindu religion where pilgrims gather to bathe in a sacred river. It is the world’s largest religious gathering and there is practically no scientific or statistical method of predicting the number of pilgrims that might turn up for the congregation. This year, approximately … Continue reading Planning a pop-up megacity at the Kumbh Mela