Cape Town: An Affair To Remember…​

By: Anoop Sood Indians are the new emerging class of “great international travelers”- large in numbers, e​asy spenders and moving around in hordes.​ Nations vie with each other to market themselves as preferred destinations for these “great Indian tourists” and tour operators are delighted to grab the business opportunity.​ Bollywood has served as an effective marketing tool. It was famous producer director Yash Chopra who first started shooting movies in Switzerland. Today movies are shot in every country, East Europe being the latest to join.  And the Indians are everywhere. Switzerland, France, Austria, England,…

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Increasing Human Activity Causing Degradation in Himalayan Region Expanding Green Cover Key to Water Crisis

By: Rakesh Lohumi, Sr. Editor-ICN Group After the famous South African city of Cape Town the worst-ever water crisis in India’s premiere hill station of Shimla this summer has raised serious concerns over the growing threat to water security. The unprecedented shortage of water in the erstwhile British summer capital is a pointer to the problems being faced by mountain dwellers due to severe degradation of the ecologically fragile Himalayan region. Increasing human activity in the world’s tallest mountain ranges has started taking its toll in states and state like…

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“Lock-Down-And-After?“

By: C.P. Singh, Editor-ICN Group  PART: 15 Our Country is a conglomeration of so many tradition believing people. So many languages. So many ways of life being opted by the civilians here. Every three hundred kilometers change the language , change the social norms , celebrations and even the festivals.Whatever be the diversities they all are having one thing in common that is they all are Indians . They use different foods , daily dresses and likes and dislikes .Agriculture is also different in various regions and they grow different crops…

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AFRICA: An Example Of Wounded Culture And Economy

By: Subhashini, Asstt. Editor-ICN NEW DELHI: It is known that the development of language as a medium of expression is the key factor of communication and is also responsible for the growth of a culture as well as education. History itself is the witness in case of Africa, where language originated initially. It is accepted in almost every part of the world that the language of Egypt influenced the Greek and Latin languages; even though these two languages are Indo-European. On a broader scale, the roots of most of the European languages…

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AFRICA: An Example Of Wounded Culture And Economy

By: Subhashini, Asstt. Editor-ICN NEW DELHI: It is known that the development of language as a medium of expression is the key factor of communication and is also responsible for the growth of a culture as well as education. History itself is the witness in case of Africa, where language originated initially. It is accepted in almost every part of the world that the language of Egypt influenced the Greek and Latin languages; even though these two languages are Indo-European. On a broader scale, the roots of most of the…

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