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Krishna Kant

Krishna Kant Sharma, is a New Delhi based Technology professional with extensive experience in IT, Telecom & Digital domains .He has varied experience,having worked with the Central Government as well the private sector. His interest areas include Politics, Military Strategy, Technology & Gender Rights. He is also an avid sportsman & a keen philatelist.

Touching the skies with glory: Women officers in Indian Air Force in reality vs movie world

To make the movie more dramatic, the movie makers have ended up casting aspersions on Indian Air Force and strayed far from truth

Here is how to use the Internet of Things to combat global pandemics like Novel Coronavirus outbreak

Internet of Things could be used as a major tool to fight the spread of such pandemics and contain it with minimal economic loss

Himalayan Blunder : When India gave up on Tibet and what it needs to do now

During Rajiv Gandhi's 1989 visit to China, Deng Xiaoping had suggested: "Let both sides forget the unpleasant period in our past relations and let us treat everything with an eye on the future."30 years have since passed, however, the future is yet to arrive in India, Tibet and China relations.

India, Tibet and China: The Eternal Triangle

India needs to stand together with the Tibetan people who have reposed their faith in India’s leadership for the last 6 decades and fight for the diplomatic rights of the Tibetans which are acknowledged in the 1961 UNGA resolution.

Dateline Pulwama: India no longer hostage to Pakistan’s Nuclear blackmail

The Indian air strike on Balakot is clear proof of India losing patience with terrorism emanating from Pakistan soil

The World and Hinduism: 33 stamps that depict the glorious roots of Hinduism, while we dabble in ‘secularism’

Stamps present just the opportunity to showcase the glorious heritage of Hinduism

Pakistan’s Philatelic brazenness: Waging a proxy war against India one Stamp at a time since 1954

Pakistan had released a Miniature Sheet of 20 stamps on July 8 this year to commemorate ‘Kashmir Martyr’s Day’.

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