Sandeep Bamzai
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New Delhi
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DISEQUILIBRIUM: Scripting a trend

India has always been a nation where household savings were predicated on a model of thrift.

Freedom Files: Aundh had constitutional democracy before India

Aundh was one of the first princely states to put down the drawbridge in terms of constitutional reforms and empowerment of the people.

Disequilibrium: PHULPUR - LAST STAND

The Modi-Shah combine have shown that they have more feints up their sleeves than those in classical Swiss watch movements.

Freedom Files: Offensive & Defensive

Out of a total of 565 States, there were actually only about 40, which had gone some sort of relations with the British Paramount Power with regular Treaties.

Cut & Thrust: Feeding the frenzy

The little guy is always going to have a slingshot and someone is going to pay for it — Vietnam and Afghanistan characterise this bloody guerrilla war — where the heavy hitters were roiled brutally

Freedom Files: MASTERS OF THE GAME

As the bugle was blown on de-colonisation and the exit of the British from India, there were few in India who understood the nuances of the British brain in India.

Disequilibrium: Blunting the tip

The Mandsaur firing could have been a rallying point for the rabble masquerading as opposition in India.

The Mischief Mongers

As the Indian National Congress dragnet began to swoop down on the Princely States with Jawaharlal Nehru at its vanguard, the Order which walked all over its subjects living a life of great opulenc

Freedom Files : HOW FEUDAL RELICS WERE RUMP OF THE EMPIRE By June 1945, as the Second World War was winding down, like gravity, big events had begun to pull the globe in different directions.
Cut & Thrust: Keep vested interests out People train to prevail — in the street, in the alley, in combat, on the field, in the ring and a zillion other places.

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