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Jobs in Kolkata the cultural hub of India

10th January 2012
Kolkata or Calcutta, capital of west Bengal was earlier known as the commercial capital of the East. In the times of British Raj, the city served as the centre of political activities in the country, because of which one can still find a number of politic... Read >
Author: marketingnaukri

International School Education in India

14th November 2011
“Education should be exercise; it has become massage" – Martin Fischer The above quote is a minimalistic expression about condition of majority of Indian schools. It is still under a strong impression of old and outdated educational system of the Briti... Read >
Author: ibschoolindia

Indira Gandhi Memorial High School Kolkata

16th September 2011
The capital of India during the British Raj until 1911 Kolkata served as the capital of India but then due to the geographical disadvantages and growing nationalism in Bengal the capital was shifted to New Delhi. The city is noted for its vibrant politica... Read >
Author: OSA WebmasterTwo

How to find best and top schools in Ajmer

25th August 2011
The golden sand dunes and the sound of tingling bells were typical of the great deserts of Rajasthan known as Ajaymeru from which the city of Ajmer derived its name. Surrounded by the Aravalli Mountains and formerly the province of British India called Aj... Read >
Author: Khare

Kanpur and Bithoor – Hearts of Uttar Pradesh

21st July 2011
Kanpur: Kanpur is ninth most populous city and is largest within the state of Uttar Pradesh. Kanpur has its own historical, religious and commercial importance. Kanpur is home to the globally famous IIT. It is the second largest city of the Hindi-speaking... Read >
Author: Ayush Aggarwal

Little Fairy Public School in Kingsway Camp Delhi

24th May 2011
In pre-independent India, the newly-appointed officials of the British Raj were posted at Kingsway Camp. The route that the kings took often passed through the camp of the British officers and it eventually came to be known as "Kingsway Camp", meaning the... Read >
Author: osawebmaster8

History of Darjeeling Tea

24th September 2010
The history of Darjeeling Tea is intertwined with the history of Darjeeling built over 150 years from the time of the British Raj. Knowing a brief account of the creation of such precious treasure facilitates greater understanding and appreciation. The Br... Read >
Author: DarjeelingTeaXpress

Golden Triangle holidays - Explore the legacy of India

25th August 2010
For any excursion to India to be meaningful, touring the Golden Triangle circuit is a must. Covering Delhi, Agra and Jaipur, tourists get to see the splendid Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Hawa Mahal and many other historical monuments that offer fascinating insig... Read >
Author: Finley Kieran
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