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Brexit: A look at the long history of the struggle for unification of Europe

Jun 26, 2016

Brexit: A look at the long history of the struggle for unification of Europe

The project to make a European Union is the oldest in the world. The British exit from the union is the latest episode in this project. #World #France #didyouknow #Europe #Germany #Rome #history #Britain #United Kingdom #Istanbul #UK #Hitler #Napoléon #Alexander #Crusades #Brexit #Julius Caesar
Naqvi takes a dig at Congress, says 80 percent of country's history has become one family's saga

Mar 21, 2016

Naqvi takes a dig at Congress, says 80 percent of country's history has become one family's saga

Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi claimed that 80 percent of the country's history, before and after Independence, has become the saga of a single family. #Politics #Congress #BJP #history #TheySaidIt #Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi
Was Netaji wronged by the powers that be, and does he even matter to Indians?

Jan 24, 2016

Was Netaji wronged by the powers that be, and does he even matter to Indians?

Of all the major figures in India’s independence struggle, none captures the imagination as much as Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose does, in his military uniform, with his Indian National Army that almost managed to free India from the British yoke, with Japanese help. #India #ConnectTheDots #history #Indian National Army #Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose #Netaji Bose #Declassified Files
A day after finding ancient city, archaeologists unearth 2500-year-old temple in Raipur

Aug 27, 2015

A day after finding ancient city, archaeologists unearth 2500-year-old temple in Raipur

Merely a day after the ASI unearthed a city near Madurai around 3,000 years old, archaeologists have found a temple in the Rajim town of Raipur. #India #NewsTracker #history #Chhattisgarh #temple #ASI #Raipur #city #Archaeological Survey of India #Mauryan empire #Rajim
Ghana petrol station blast, flooding leave estimated 150 dead | Reuters

Jun 05, 2015

Ghana petrol station blast, flooding leave estimated 150 dead | Reuters

ACCRA An explosion at a petrol station in Ghana's capital and flooding caused by torrential rains killed around 150 people, President John Mahama said on Thursday, marking the worst disaster to strike the West African country in more than a decade. Around 96 people who sought shelter from floods overnight at the state-owned GOIL ( GOIL.GH ) gas station near a busy downtown intersection were killed, authorities said. Thousands more were made homeless in the citywide flooding, officials said. #history #Africa #Fire #President #accident #People #city #station #the-station #filling #people-at-first #president-john