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Resorts and Attractions in India

The highest mountains of the Earth are the Himalayas (the highest point in India is Mount Nangaparbat; 8126 m), the sacred river Ganges, the tropical forests of the Western Ghats with rich flora and fauna. According to Phonejust, India is considered quite a popular country for tourists. You can travel to this country year after… Read More »

India Reform of 1935

The reform of 1935 was strongly opposed by the Indian Congress, which nevertheless ended up deciding to participate in the elections of January-February 1937; rightly so, because they marked his great success. Congress refused, however, to establish ministries in the seven provinces in which it had a majority if the governors had not declared that… Read More »

Increased Interest in the Arctic Part III

8: Asia and Arctic research In the media, before the meeting in Kiruna, the Asian countries were often described as newcomers to the Arctic and polar regions. That’s not right. Several Asian states have extensive experience in polar research. Research stations in Antarctica were established by Japan in 1957, China in 1985 and South Korea… Read More »

What is BRICS? Part II

According to whicheverhealth, BRICS emphasizes its openness to the outside world. China’s historical experience is unequivocal in this respect: In periods of openness, things have gone well, while in periods of introversion, things have gone badly. India opened up around 1990 and is phasing out more and more of its subsidies and safeguards. For Brazil… Read More »

What is BRICS? Part I

10 years ago, the term BRIC was launched – Brazil, Russia, India, China. In 2009, the BRIC countries met for the first time – as part of a regular cooperation – with Russia as host. The second meeting took place in Brazil in 2010, and this year it was China’s turn. South Africa was also… Read More »

What is BRICS? Part III

6: The BRICS countries in the geopolitical picture According to topbbacolleges, the BRICS countries are too different to represent any collective political weight. They do not constitute an economic and political bloc. Apart from increasing contact with each other, the common denominator is solid domestic challenges . The Chinese have minority problems, among other things.… Read More »

Human Rights Part I

The idea of ​​the rights of the individual and the need to limit the power and abuse of power of the ruler and the rulers is not entirely new. It has grown over several hundred years, but has especially gained momentum in the sails after 1945 – not least the last two to three decades.… Read More »

Beach Exoticism with Spicy Goa

Goa’s relaxation oasis is a great place to start your exploration trip to India. Goa, a paradise for backpackers and a haven for hippies in the 1960s, Goa is now also a destination for line travelers due to its exoticism, beaches and shopping opportunities. Exotics for the first time A traveler to Goa for the… Read More »