By Dr. DK Hari and Dr. Hema Hari 12-year old Ajai and his grandfather are having a conversation about Vishu, the Malayalam New Year’s Day. It is quite an insightful dialogue that sheds light on the various aspects of this special day. Come and enjoy some very interesting facts about Vishu! Hello Ajai!
With countdown already begun to commission indigenous aircraft carrier 1 as INS Vikrant in August 2022, the Indian Navy will conduct flight trials of Rafale-Maritime fighter at Shore Based Test Facility at INS Hansa in Goa on January 6 onwards as part of its exercise to identify the best warplane
Air power theorists have for some years broadly agreed that the days of manned aircraft are over, since too much planning, equipment and survival systems are needed to protect human crewmembers. Around the turn of the century, it was believed that the current, fifth generation of manned fighters – America’s
How Tejas Mark 2 is evolving into a bigger, powerful fighter With the Indian Air Force (IAF) having ordered 123 Tejas fighters (six squadrons) and foreign air forces evaluating India’s home-grown light combat aircraft (LCA) for acquisition, the Tejas Mark 1 is evolving from a light fighter to a bigger
According to a YouGov poll in 2016, 43 percent of British citizens thought the existence of the British Empire was a “good thing,” while only 19 percent disagreed. It’s a myth that British imperialism benefited one of its richest colonies, India when on the contrary it drained all its wealth and
Lalitaditya’s glorious reign proves to the world that Kashmir, the land of Rishi Kashyap, was and has always been an integral part of India, besides being the centre of excellence in science, art, literature, and architecture. Hence the claim of the naysayers, that Kashmir was never an integral part of
Fusion reactions make the stars shine and give the hydrogen bomb its terrible destructive power. Fusion research started in the 1950s when scientists realized that controlled thermonuclear fusion reactions in the laboratory would open a path to unlimited and safe nuclear energy. As a result, many countries began building fusion