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This Pic of Bhutan’s King Chopping Onions and Chillies is Trending

This is the same country that uses the concept of ‘Gross National Happiness’ to measure and encourage the happiness quotient among citizens.

This Photo Of Bhutan’s King Cooking For Children Is A Lesson In Humility We All Need To Learn

This picture of Bhutan's King Jigme Wangchuck is currently trending on Facebook.

This picture of Bhutan’s King Jigme Wangchuck is currently trending on Facebook.

  1. Bhutan’s King was pictured subverting protocol and chopping vegetables.
  2. He did so to help prepare a meal for students of a school in Mongar.
  3. The photograph was tweeted by Harsh Goenka, chairman of RPG Enterprises.

He trended earlier this year after planting over one lakh trees to celebrate the birth of his son and now, Bhutan’s King Jigme Wangchuck has found social media fame once again...

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Daughters Recreate Their Mothers’ Wedding Photos

Mother’s Day is celebrated on May 8, 2016 and people all over the world celebrate this day to appreciate a mom’s hard efforts. Happy Mother’s Day to our super hero!

Someone has rightly said that, “Mothers hold their children’s hands for a short while, but their hearts forever.” We all know mothers prayers for her children is one of the most pure love that one can find in this universe. This love consist of wisdom, grace, strength and several other things that a mother gifts to her children.
A mother is every child’s best friend and before a child actually faces a trouble in life, a mother is always ready with her basket full of solutions to make her children feel absolutely relaxed...
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More than 1,020 families hit by 1984 riots to be given Rs 2 lakh

In this file photo, 1984 riots victim families are seen participating in a peaceful demonstration in support of their demands in New Delhi. — Tribune file photo

1984 anti-Sikh riots: Rs 2 lakh grant for riot-hit families

 As many as 3,325 people were killed in the 1984 riots, with Delhi alone accounting for 2,733 deaths.

 Home Minister Rajnath Singh has approved reopening of a scheme for providing a rehabilitation grant of Rs 2 lakh each to 1,020 families, who were affected by the 1984 anti-Sikh riots and migrated to Punjab from different parts of the country.

The decision was taken following a recommendation of Justice (retired) G P Mathur Committee set up by the government in December 2014 to look into grievances related to the 1984 riots.

 A home ministry official said that these cases will be reopened only for a limited period of six months from the date of sanctioning of the ...
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Not afraid, have nothing to hide Sonia Gandhi on Augusta Scam

Not afraid, have nothing to hide Sonia Gandhi on Augusta Scam

‘What Was Government Doing For 2 Years?’ Sonia Gandhi On Augusta Scam

 With the BJP making it clear that it will target Sonia Gandhi in Parliament over alleged corruption in a deal to buy 12 helicopters for use by top politicians, her party, the Congress, has decided to retaliate with equal aggression.

“I have done nothing wrong. The government is there for two years, an inquiry is there. Why don’t they complete it as early as possible…and impartially?” asked Mrs Gandhi today after the scandal topped parliament’s agenda today...

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Records Prove Kohinoor Wasn’t Gifted to the British

The Kohinoor was never a gift: It was taken by force

The diamond came to Britain thanks to dubious legality but very clear immorality.


Well I’ve heard of a news cycle, but seriously! The Kohinoor story seems to be astride some kind of Ducati superbike.

On Tuesday afternoon I was called into a BBC television studio to discuss the Indian government’s decision not to seek the return of the diamond. The reasoning given for this, as reported by the media, was: “It was gifted to the East India Company by Maharajah Ranjit Singh.”

It was a short sentence containing a world of weirdness. The first part was wildly inaccurate. The second part was… well frankly supernatural and I can deal with the latter quickly and cleanly...

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