Book Review: The CIA’s Secret War in Tibet by Kenneth Conboy

There are several books written on secret wars and espionage conducted around the World. Most of the books, I believe, represent some element of truth but could also be just among several books that provide an alternate perspective on what happened at a certain place at a certain time. I am not sure under what… Continue reading Book Review: The CIA’s Secret War in Tibet by Kenneth Conboy

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Book Review: The Lightning And The Sun by Savitri Devi

It is a well admitted fact that the Nazi regime was cruel and led to mass destruction and anarchy until its end with World War II. Even if we have been trained over the years to listen, read and learn one-sided stories on the Nazi saga with well crafted allied vs axis propaganda in books,… Continue reading Book Review: The Lightning And The Sun by Savitri Devi

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Book Review: India, A Short Cultural History by HG Rawlinson

Indians do not know their history. European historians who eventually put Indian history on paper did not get over their biased thought process to bring neutrality in their theories, thoughts and information presented. HG Rawlinson’s book is mostly a compilation of Indian history from other books written in the past. The good thing is that… Continue reading Book Review: India, A Short Cultural History by HG Rawlinson

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Book Review: India, What Can It Teach Us? by Max Muller

Max Muller was a Sanskrit scholar and Orientologist who rose to fame with his translation of the Rig Veda and several other Sanskrit literatures from India. He was part of a small group of Historians who sometimes defined and in other times redefined India’s past based on theories that they felt were justified by archaeological… Continue reading Book Review: India, What Can It Teach Us? by Max Muller

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Recent Developments In Taxation Law Agreements Between India And Switzerland

Recently, India entered into a revised double taxation avoidance agreement with Switzerland. A debate ensued in the Lok Sabha with leaders such as L.K. Advani asking for clarification on what benefits the agreement will truly provide to India. The terms of the agreement are confusing indeed and there is no clear sense of the benefits… Continue reading Recent Developments In Taxation Law Agreements Between India And Switzerland

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