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    • » THE irony of the Indian IT sector is best illustrated by The Financial Times, in a descriptive reportage which said the new draft telecom policy was announced by the Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal on a day the CBI raided the residence and offices of a forme
  • » Current Issue
    • CURRENT NEWSCelebrated Hindi writer Dr Narendra Kohli said: Don't get distracted by meaningless talks on violen......
      » Colleges of professional studies The carriers of a new vision
      » Games Pakistan plays China crosses the tipping point in regional hubris
      » Tech savvy terror outfits mushroom overnight By Rajeev Sharma
  • » Special Reports
    • » The open letter by a group of 14 eminent citizens to the United Progressive Alliance government
      » In all humility and due apology I dare say that the Hon’ble Supreme Court’s recent verdict ordering dismantling tribals’ own self-defence movement, with little but much needed aid of the Chhattisgarh State Government, is flawed. The Hon’ble Supreme Court
      » Is India growth story in doledrums ? Ficci underlines slowdown fears By Ravi Shanker Kapoor In its recently released September report, ‘Economy Watch,’ the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (Ficci) has once again underscored the
  • »The Moving Finger Writes
    • THE MOVING FINGER WRITESIndia’s foreign policy dilemma By MV Kamath Of late three issues have suddenly come out in the open: US-Pakistan ties, US-India ties and Sino-Indian ties. All three are plainly inter-related and have become more inseparable than ever. To start with
  • » Thinking Aloud
    • THINKING ALOUDWhen our good friend and Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi was fasting in Ahmedabad, some of us far away in Pune were going through a book published in 1996, that is, fifteen years ago, which had predicted with almost pinpoint accuracy the course of ev
  • » News RoundUp
    • NEWS ROUND-UP-7Another victory for Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti DU removes blasphemous essay on Ramayana from history textbook By Pramod Kumar
      » Samskrit Bharati adopts modern technology to spread Sanskrit
      » Flood relief by Uttkala Bipanna Sahayata Samiti
      » Sixth Guru Golwalkar Kavya Samman conferred on Shiv Om Ambar
      » RSS Karyakarini Mandal meeting in Gorakhpur The annual meeting of the RSS Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini Mandal
      » Sewa Bharati dedicates more houses to flood victims in Karnataka
      » ABVP asks KBC to correct misleading description
  • » A Page from history
  • » Religion
    • OBITUARYBharatiya Vidya Bhavan director, Sanskrit Scholar, Padma Shri Dr Mathoor Krishnamurti is no more
  • » Bookmark
    • BOOKMARK-8The new energy war with oil as weapon By Dr R Balashankar The Quest: Energy, Security and the Remaking of the Modern World, Daniel Yergin, Allen Lane, Penguin Books Ltd, Pp 804 (HB), £ 30.00
      » Masters and savage beasts of Lashkar By MV Kamath Storming The World Stage: The Story of Lashkar-e-Taiba; Stephen Tankel; Hachette India; Pp 352, Rs 550.00
      » Japan in need of love lessons By Dr Vaidehi Nathan Lovesick Japan: Sex, Marriage, Romance, Law, Mark D West, Cornell University Press, Pp 259 (HB), $29.95
      » The dark secrets of drug menace By Dr Vaidehi Nathan Drugs and Drug Policy; What Everyone Needs to Know, Mark AR Kleiman, Jonathan P Caulkins and Angela Hawken, Oxford University Press, Pp 234 (PB), $16.95
      » The visual and beyond: Picture and image By Dr Vaidehi Nathan An Anthropology of Images: Picture, Medium, Body, Hans Belting translated by Thomas Dunlap, Princeton University Press, Pp 207 (HB), $ 39.95
      » A helpbook on rich Naga culture ABC of Naga Culture and Civilization: A Resource Book, Nandita Haksar, Chicken Neck, Pp 263, Rs 1250.00
      » In this compilation of articles by the author, one gets the impression that he is pro-separatist as he admits in the preface itself, after expounding on his various visits to Jammu & Kashmir
  • » At Liberty
  • » Readers' Forum
    • READERSSix crore for furnishing President’s car, Rs 32 for aam aadmi per day It been rightly said that man is a ‘social animal’. If we remove this word ‘social’ then man is just an animal who is just bothered only about himself and nobody else. In a country whe
  • » Kids' Org
    • KidsMangal Pandey is remembered as the first freedom fighter and martyr who woke up the Indian masses to fight for the nation. He gave a sparkle to the First War of Indian Independence. But the British termed it as the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 as it was a mass re
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