The Conference of Speakers and Presiding Officers of the Commonwealth (CSPOC) is about the association of the Speakers and Presiding Officers of the National Parliaments of the independent sovereign States of the Commonwealth.
In April 1956, the Government of India gave its approval for the creation of Naval Aviation wing for the Indian Navy and acquired an aircraft carrier ex-HMS Hercules, along with two aircraft squadrons of Hawker Seahawk for its air wing.
16 Punjab (Patiala) is an embodiment of the martial spirit and personal valour, representing the warrior traditions of military service. Its history represents the legacy of honour, courage and devotion to duty, distinguishing itself in all fields of endeavour.
The occult has always held a fascination for the human mind. Whether it is deemed an art or a mathematically accurate science, the fascination remains. We always wonder what are the basic characteristics we process and what we reveal to the world,
Bhai Jeevan Singh, popularly known as Bhai Jaita Singh, assumed as significant place in the history of Sikhs in India. He was born on 13th December 1661 at Patna in the house of Bhai Sada Nandji and Mata Premoji.
Shri Bhausaheb Hiray was born on 01st March 1905 at Nimgaon, a small village in Nashik district. He had his primary education at his village and moved to a nearby town to pursue high school studies. After graduation he did his L.L.B.from Vadodara.
C.Subramaniam was born on January 30, 1910 in a village called Senguthaipalayam in Pollachi. Son of Shri Chidambara Gounder, he had his early education in Pollachi and completed his graduation a the Presidency College, Chennai obtaining the B.Sc. degree in Physics. Later, he did his law from Law College, Chennai.
C.V.Raman Pillai is considered a pioneer in the field of Malayalam journalism. He worked with many Malayalam and English dailies. The gifted Pillai edited news papers and wrote novels and plays in Malayalam. His sharp and incisive pen first brought forth the news paper “The Kerala Patriot” (1882), followed by the “Malayali” in 1886, “Vanchiraj” in 1901...
In 1860 Bishop Harding and the Cathedral Chaplain founded a Grammer school in Bombay followed by a Girl’s School and a Choir School. In 1866, Bombay Scottish Education Society was formed. The Society put up a beautiful building and named it after its donor.
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