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A Trip to Sinhagad Fort, Pune

Sinhagad Fort is a popular tourist destination in Pune.  Apart from historical significance and the fort remains, Sinhagad is a highly preferred trekking spot. The fort is hardly an hour’s drive...

Rest in Peace, Om Puri (1950-2017): Acting & Controversies

Om Puri, gifted actor and a celebrated figure in India’s parallel cinema movement, passed away yesterday, that is on January 6, 2017. He was 66.An actor with unconventional looks, Puri made his ...

Was He Equally Good as a batsman, as a Wicket-keeper and as a Captain?

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is arguably the best Indian Cricket Captain ever. Dhoni’s recent decision to step down as India’s ODI and T20 captain bring back many memories. One persistent, content...

I Support Building A Grand Shivaji Maharaj Statue in Arabian Sea, Do you?

Some people say why waste taxpayers money on this, some say we better utilise these funds to preserve the forts which were build by Maharaj. Then few argue that it is only a political move, and part o...

Demonetisation Journey: Rule Changes During Implementation

The demonetization drive had lead to a slow, snail-paced transition to cashless transactions. Meanwhile, here is a chronological document of the demonetization drive in December 2016: Dec 1-Dec 7 Use ...

One Day Trip to Visapur fort

Malavli is a popular weekend destination for Punekars. Located enroute to Lonavala, Lohagad is the more popular of the two fort remains located at Malavli. But Visapur is the more mysterious, alluring...

Looking for Quiet and Serene place? Visit Vembanad Lake Kerala!

Vembanad is quite simply, India’s longest lake. It is a staggering 96 kms in length and 14 kms wide in width. It is also less popular than Alappuzha and this is surprising becasue this lake is a...

Punekar going to kerala For Vacations? Don’t miss Varkala

Before we proceed to Varkala, here’s an insight to Kerala. Early December to February end is probably the best time to visit Kerala. You wouldn’t be hounded by Kerala’s infamous humidity as much...

Why Anil Bokil is now Opposing the Demonetisation move?

Anil Bokil, a member of the ArthaKranti Sansthan, is the man behind getting the ban on Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. Anil had met Narendra Modi a few months back and suggested that the PM should study the...

How common People can contribute to make Demonetization Implementation successful

On 8th of this month, Prime Minister of India Mr. Naredra Modi, made a historic announcement of discontinuing old Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes. The move is so critical that it is similar to changing the b...

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