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Friday, February 15, 2019
You think your information is always in safe hands, just as told by the government officials? No, it is not in safe hands. Just like how so many cases of money launderings have come into picture, there’s a lot of cybercrime happening out there, going unnoticed. In the recent...
In the light of current events and rise in petrol prices, lets have a look into the story of how the petrol prices are decided and everything involved. "India has 30 billion in unexplored oil reserves. We are never again a hydrocarbon-poor nation. After the current state of oil and...
A legacy of the Yugoslavian war has passed the Suez and is sailing towards its graveyard at Alang, a nondescript town in Gujarat, India. This ship, the Clemenceau, was a French aircraft carrier, serving the NATO fleet, led by the USA. The ship was a damaging substance, asbestos,  a...
Worldwide oil prices have fallen sharply over the years, prompting noteworthy income deficiencies in numerous energy-based economies. From 2010 until mid-2015, world oil costs had been steady, at about around $110+ a barrel. In any case, since July 2015 to 2017 costs have divided and have now plunged beneath...
From the beginning of civilizations rivers and agri (culture) are the most important things for mankind in defining their social life and spiritual progress.  The reductionist science never understood this for long time but efforts are made from the beginning of scientific enquiry to give a holistic look towards...
In 2009, Jairam Ramesh, the Minister of Power in a written reply to a question in Lok Sabha, stated “After issuance of the letter of intent, RIL did not come forward to sign the Gas Sale and Purchase Agreement (GSPA) and sought major changes in the draft GSPA. In...