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Colonel Ajay Ahlawat
June 4, 2018 | | Post a Comment

We all as part of our school curriculum must have studied about solar energy talking about only eight minutes and 20 seconds to travel to earth. But what we all were not prepared for was the utilization of this energy. However, with technological advancements being made on a daily basis, we can say that India has never been this well prepared to receive this energy, as its now. Part of

Colonel Ajay Ahlawat
May 29, 2018 | | Post a Comment

It was in the year 1796 when the East India Company decided to raise the first European-styled native/Indian cavalry regiment in the Army of Bengal. Well, that marked the birth of the modern-age Cavalry in the Indian Army. Back, then, India had been divided into three presidencies – Bengal, Bombay and Madras, and each had its own army. “Once the first cavalry was formed, it was followed by the formation

Colonel Ajay Ahlawat
May 25, 2018 | | Post a Comment

Strange are the ways of nature. At a time when Sariska Tiger Reserve is trying its best to shed away the memories of the controversy, that witnessed the elimination of the entire tiger population belonging to the Tiger Reserve, with the birth of two cubs in April, this year, Rajasthan’s coveted Ranthambore National Park is mourning the death of two of sub-adult tigers. The two 13-months-old male tiger cubs were