Agni V India First Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) Launched

Agni II, III and V Missile Range

Agni V (ICBM) Launched from Wheeler Island on Thu, April 19, 2012 India had successfully launched Agni V, a new nuclear-capable missile from Wheeler Island off the coast of Odisha. India’s Agni-V missile has a range of 5000 kilometers and was successfully test fired at Wheeler Island on Thursday, April 19, 2012. Agni V is India’s first Inter Continental Ballistic Missile or Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) and has a longer striking range that could strike main cities of China like Beijing and Shanghai. Ranges of Missiles Agni II, III and V:…

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Sikhs have won their fight for wearing turban in France at the UN

Sikhs Won Battle Against French Regime For Turban Ban at the UN Sikhs have won their fight for wearing turban in France at the UN. The government of France has accepted that refusing a 76 years old Sikh for making his ID Card because he was wearing turban was a step taken towards hurting religious sentiments. They have apologized for their act and even told Ranjit Singh that he will get his residence card. The United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC)  has expressed its support for a Sikh man in…

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Eradication of Polio From World and India-Ist Morning of Polio Free India

13 January, 2012 will be historic day for India; reason first morning of polio free India (Bharat). Last one year no polio case has been reported in India. The United Nations and leading world organizations celebrated India’s first polio free year. This is a milestone in the eradication of polio from India and the World too. Earlier it was assumed that India will  be the last country that will be polio free. But our neighbouring countries Pakistan, Afghanistan and African part Nigeria are still fighting with thsi disease. After small…

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India Finally Becomes 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup Champion

Mahendra Singh Dhoni ‘s helicopter shot becomes the final ball of the World Cup. The 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, the tenth Cricket World Cup, now belongs to India. Hurray!!! It’s a time to celebrate the Dussehra & Deepavali as India is again the World Champion after 1983. India finally wins the 2011 Cricket ICC World Cup Championship. There were the tears of joy in the eyes of Yuvraj, Harbhajan, Tendulkar and others. It was a Dream Come True not only for all Indians but also for the Little Master,…

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India Won United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Non-Permanent Seat After 19 years

India Gets Non-Permanent Membership of UNSC After 19 Years After a gap of 19 years India was elected as a non-permanent member to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). India got 187 votes in its favour out of 192 member UN General Assembly. This is the highest number of votes received by any country for getting a non-permanent seat into the UNSC in the past five years. Germany, South Africa, Colombia and Portugal also get the non-permanent seat along with Inida. Though its a non-permanent seat and term will be…

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India launched indigenous swine flu vaccine

In just over a year since the first case of swine flu was taken in account, there are over 1500 deaths reported in India. With aim of reducing dependency on importing swine flu vaccine, India was developing indigenous swine flu vaccine and had launched its first indigenous swine flu vaccine on 3 June, 2010; to fight H1N1 virus. This homemade swine flu vaccine was commenced by Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad. Zydus Cadila is the manufacturing company of the first indigenously developed H1N1 virus fighter- the Vaxiflu-S. Vaxiflu-S is priced…

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