Author Archives: Tarun Rattan

Using blockchain to settle foreign exchange transactions

Wells Fargo is collaborating with HSBC to optimize settlement of foreign exchange transactions and reduce settlement risk. — Read on stories.wf.com/using-blockchain-to-settle-foreign-exchange-transactions

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देव शब्द रूप संस्कृत भाषा में

 

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संस्कृत में गिनती

संस्कृत हिंदी English 1 प्रथमः एक One 2 द्वितीयः दो Two 3 तृतीयः,त्रीणि तीन Three 4 चतुर्थः चार Four 5 पंचमः पाँच Five 6 षष्टः छः Six 7 सप्तमः सात Seven 8 अष्टमः आठ Eight 9 नवमः नौ Nine 10 … Continue reading

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संस्कृत लकार

संस्कृत भाषा में लकार कुल दस होते हैं। लट् लकार (Present Tense) लोट् लकार (Imperative Mood) लङ्ग् लकार (Past Tense) लृट् लकार (Second Future Tense) विधिलिङ्ग् लकार (Potential Mood) आशीर्लिन्ग लकार (Benedictive Mood) लिट् लकार (Past Perfect Tense) लुट् लकार … Continue reading

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I shall not live in vain…

 

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Book Review – The Patient Assassin by Anita Anand

  The Patient Assassin: A True Tale of Massacre, Revenge and the RajAnita Anand5 of 5 stars This is the fascinating story of Sardar Udham Singh who patiently but meticulously planned the assassination of the culprits of Jallianwala Massacre at … Continue reading

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Book Review – Whereabouts by Jhumpa Lahiri

  Whereabouts by Jhumpa Lahiri3 of 5 stars What is the point of writing this book? Life in modern world is at best empty and barren, the rampant virus has exacerbated that loneliness in the last couple of years. But … Continue reading

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Book Review – Stranger to History by Aatish Taseer

  Stranger to History: A Son’s Journey through Islamic LandsAatish Taseer5 of 5 stars   Aatish Taseer was conceived of a whirlwind affair between a Pakistani Muslim politician and an Indian Sikh Journalist. And life can never be simple born … Continue reading

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Don’t Rush Me, Please

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How Pakistan’s A.Q. Khan, father of the ‘Muslim bomb,’ escaped Mossad assassination – Israel News – Haaretz.com

Abdul Qadeer Khan, who died this week in Islamabad, got Pakistan the bomb, stole and sold atomic secrets, profited from a shady global proliferation network, helped Iran go nuclear, aided Qaddafi’s reactor ambitions – and still passed away from natural … Continue reading

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