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German Translation of a Book on Indian Ancient Wisdom

A book on Indian wisdom, which has been formally prefaced by NASA Chief scientists and authored by the researcher Shri Salil Gewali of Meghalaya,...

A Book Edited by the NASA Chief Scientist Launched by the Governor of West Bengal

By Dr. Naresh Goswami, Dibrugarh, Assam  A world-acclaimed research-based book entitled 'Great minds on INDIA' (Bengali version) ---- authored by a Northeast-based writer and researcher Shri Salil Gewali, has...

Exclusive: Why Gorkhaland for Gorkhas?

- by Salil Gewali One scholar from Punjab recently wrote on his Facebook wall -- “While our brave Gorkha soldiers are shooting the dreaded terrorists in...

EXCLUSIVE: Cricket- A Fair Game or Farce!

- by Salil Gewali Any sports are for recreation, for the inner rejuvenation. It is intended to add joy and happiness to life. It is...

Exclusive: Angry Farmers and Distressed Leaders

- by Salil Gewali If we want to see the worst in someone, then sweeten the person up by frequently giving him money. It is...

Exclusive: Fall of the Draconian Roar of NDTV?

- by Salil Gewali  June 08, 2017: In the democracy, everyone is answerable to the Government. For any perceived misdeeds or infringement of laws by any person/ persons...

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