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Economics
No need to panic, no time for complacency
By Vivek Dehejia
the only way to get India on to a high growth trajectory in any sustainable fashion is to press ahead with supply-side or structural reforms that boost the potential or long-run level of GDP
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Indian economy: From policy paralysis to investment paralysis
By Anil Padmanabhan
The legacy of bad debts or what Arvind Subramanian, chief economic adviser, describes as the twin balance sheet problem (because it affects the books of both companies and the banks who extended the loans) is not something that can be resolved overnight.
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Legacy of the Past: A Complex Economic Puzzle-2
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A long term strategic vision and collaborative approach by External Affairs Ministry and Ministry of Commerce and Industry are needed to leverage on Bharat’s foreign relations and convert it into tangible benefits in foreign trade.
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Legacy of the Past: A Complex Economic Puzzle
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India's Economic EMERGENCY?-2
By Vivek Kaul
Money that we're paying for a better, stronger economy...is almost thrown down the drain through these loss-making public sector enterprises.
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Politics
Hindu festivals at crossroads
By Satchitananda
In this modern Kurukshetra, as Hindus, we are faced with a tough question – Do we forsake the symbolism in Hinduism or dig deeper to find its roots? Or should we let these forces digest and destroy us by being a passive observer?
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Rent Seekers Of Rail Bhavan: If Modi Wants To Transform Railways, He Must Tame Its Bureaucracy First
By Ajoy Chakraborty
Earlier, there was settled belief that ‘adjustments’ could be made up to very top, but with ministries off bound from the agents, the apple cart has been upset.
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Western Indologists – A Study in Motives: Part 4
By HINDUPOST STAFF
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The descendants of the German savages of yesterday could not reconcile themselves to the ancient glory of India.Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyaya
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Western Indologists – A Study in Motives: Part 2
By HINDUPOST STAFF
The French scholar Louis Jacolliot, Chief Judge in Chandranagar, wrote a book called “La Bible dans L’Inde” in Samvat 1926. Next year an English translation of it was also published. In that book the learned author has laid down the thesis that all the main currents of thought in the world have been derived from ancient Bharatiya thought. He has called Bharatvarsha ‘the Cradle of Humanity. ..,
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Literature
From the Immortals of Meluha to Immortal India – in conversation with Amish-3
By Shruti Bakshi
There was a tradition of Shastrarth, of debate. And open debate. Which is why we were one of the most successful societies for most of Indian history. We don’t teach enough of the great debates of ancient India like the debates of Shankaracharya ji and Mandana Mishra ji. Who has studied this in modern india?
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From the Immortals of Meluha to Immortal India – in conversation with Amish-2
By Shruti Bakshi
There’s no substitute for hard work, there’s no easy money, but there are many more opportunities which allows people to chase their dreams and not just follow the herd.
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From the Immortals of Meluha to Immortal India – in conversation with Amish-1
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“Right and left is a French approach. Using a right and left distinction in India in my mind is the stupidest thing,”
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Anthology Of Muktakas: A Treasury Of Literary Gems
By Suhas Mahesh
लक्ष्मीवन्तो न जानन्ति प्रायेण परवेदनाम् । शेषे धराभरक्रान्ते शेते नारायणः सुखम् ।।
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From Macaulay To Shantaram
By Gautam Mukherjee
Ethnicity was now chic, and the big fat Indian wedding bested most. Consumerism grew hip. Colonialism went camp. It’s the tradesmen who use the front entrance now because they are the ones who keep people in business.
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Culture
Ayodhya Is Lord Rama’s Birthplace, Say Historical Works In Persian, Urdu, Arabic
By Meenakshi Jain
From Persian works of the Medieval era to sanads issued by Mughals in the eighteenth century, ‘Muslim’ sources that acknowledge the disputed territory as Ram Janmabhoomi, for instance, have seldom been cited in mainstream discourse.
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Nandivarman II – The Forgotten Pallavan Emperor From South East Asia
By PAANCHAJANYA
This article (published in HT) has not only fallen flat in presenting facts by comparing the grandeur of dharmic Cholas with barbaric Mughals but has also pointed out the shallowness in the knowledge of Bharatiya history possessed by our native historians.
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When China Loved India
By Mona Mehta
India’s most significant export to the East — Buddhism — reached China via the Silk Route, sparking a cultural renaissance. Indic cultural emissaries were no diplomats; they were Buddhist scholars like Kumarajiva who journeyed from India to China 1,600 years ago, and whet the Chinese appetite for Indic knowledge.
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Space and Cosmology in the Hindu Temple
By Subhash Kak
The primary Vedic number is three, representing the tripartite division of the physical world into the earth, the atmosphere, and the sky and that of the person into the physical body, the pranas, and the inner sky.
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Buddhist heritage of South-East Asia
By Benoy K Behl
The philosophy of Buddhism, was accepted with open arms whenever it went. It is a philosophy which looks always beyond the material aims of life to the eternal.
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Science & Technology
Designed to last 6 months, India's Mangalyaan completes 3 years in Mars orbit
By Zee Media Bureau
The country had on September 24, 2014 successfully placed the Mars Orbiter Mission spacecraft in the orbit around the red planet, in its very first attempt, thus breaking into an elite club.
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Harnessing Solar Power From Where There Is No Night—Space
By Srikanth Ramakrishnan
To quote Neil Armstrong, “Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man’s desire to understand.”
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Scientific Studies Are Shrinking The Gaps Between Plants, Animals And Human Beings
By Aravindan Neelakandan
“the seeking and shrinking of the plant, its pleasure and pain, its sleep and its wakefulness and all that strange life...is then a sub-mental...has precisely the same initial reactions as the mental, but is different in the constitution of its self-experience..”
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What We Knew About The Genome
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Scientific American could see the value of the work done by Indian scientists which the left-dominated Indian media either under-reported, or worse, negatively reported.
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Genome Editing: The Benefits And The Ethics
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India is the worst sufferer of anti-biotech activism, whereas neighbouring Bangladesh has gone ahead with a variety of GM crops to improve its agriculture.
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Youth
Kids in a Village Were Not Going to School. Till These Three Girls Did Something Incredible!
By Shreya Pareek
“When the girls came to learn tailoring, we started teaching them simultaneously. Many parents opposed us and asked why we were schooling them when they had been sent to learn tailoring. We would tell them that even tailoring requires some measurements and calculations and basic education is necessary for that,” Tabassum says.
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Reduce divide between science and spirituality: Amma
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"Segregating science and spirituality has been the greatest crime against humanity in the past century. These two main branches of knowledge that should have gone hand in hand were divided and practitioners were either labeled as modern scientists or representatives of religious faiths," she said.
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Dying at 22 is too steep a price for being ‘the best’
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young men who are literally killing themselves in jobs that pay big bucks, but extract a gigantic price. Yes, Indians today can lay claim to being the best-educated, highest paid ethnic group in America. But, at what cost?
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11-year-old Indian-American genius graduates from college
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Tanishq Abraham,11, a native of Sacramento, California, graduated from American River College in Sacramento (ARC), California, alongside 1,800 students.
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Building a young nation of character
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India’s vast youth population is its demographic potential dividend, but only if equipped and enabled with this seven dimensional intelligence.
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Women
'Judges with daughters are more understanding'
By Pallavi Saluja
The first lady chief justice of the Delhi high court reflected on her career as lawyer and judge
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This Amazing Woman Has Been Training India’s Special Forces for 20 Years without Compensation!
By Sanchari Pal
From babies to boardrooms, today’s women can juggle several roles with panache. But there are some women who do more than this, going beyond the challenges of their personal lives to be of service to a larger cause. The amazing Seema Rao is one such woman and this is her story.
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Meet Lalitha Kumaramangalam, The NCW Chief Who Openly Supports Ban on Triple Talaq
By Rakhee Bakshee
reactions, supportive or otherwise, haven’t deterred her from speaking out. In fact, recently, she has openly declared NCW’s support to the Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan’s call for a ban on triple talaq.
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What a Hindu feminist thinks about Western feminists
By Gariema Agarwal
The biggest difference between the Western way of living and sanatan dharmic way of living is that the former looks at most issues in a very outwardly/ superficial way.
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Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Aandolan is a Fight for Shariah, Not Women’s Liberty
By Tufail Ahmad
the cause of Islamic Reformation in our era has to be subject to human condition, with the premise being that the human condition must change if it becomes an obstacle to democratic values such as gender equality, irrespective of religious beliefs.
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Health
Robots Made From DNA Could One Day Transport Medicine Inside Your Body
By George Dvorsky
"We successfully programmed complex behaviour in DNA robots and compartmentalized each task using DNA origami," said Thubagere.
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The Pranus Africanas tree bark is used by locals to cure fevers, malaria, wound dressing, arrow poison, stomach pain, purgative, kidney disease, appetite stimulant, gonorrhea and insanity.the tree is believed to totally cure prostate infections, including cancer
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Say Goodbye To Cholesterol, Blood Glucose, Lipids And Triglycerides With This All Natural Remedy
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New Study: Go Vegan and Help End World Hunger
By Joe Taksel
It takes about 13 pounds of grain to produce a single pound of meat.
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Body Of Doctor Who Linked Vaccines To Autism, Found Floating In River
By Carol Adl
“He did NOT kill himself! He was murdered for who he was speaking against, what he knew, and what he was doing about it. He was brilliant kind compassionate doctor with amazing abilities to heal. He was taken. Stopped. Silenced.
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Sports
BCCI vs Lodha Committee: Is the SC-appointed panel a friend or foe of Indian cricket?
By Prakash Nanda
And that is the fact that one Indian rarely tolerates and appreciates another Indian’s success or any success story. In this case, it so happens that cricket is the sport in which India is excelling; so one has to pull it down. This is the only way one can explain the Lodha Committee’s rationale of equating the cricket in Mumbai with the cricket in Agartala.
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India's Gift to the World
By Yvette RamRani Rosser
The Dharma has gone to the West and is now coming back to Mother India in the form of people like prolific authors such as David Frawley and Robert Svaboda, as well as the Grammy award winning kirtan walahs and musicians Jai Uttal and Krishnadas, both devotees of Shri Neem Karoli Baba Maharaj-ji.
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Yoga classes in school do not violate religious freedom, says U.S. court
By PTI
the San Diego court ruled: “While the practice of yoga may be religious in some contexts, yoga classes as taught in the district are, as the trial court determined, ‘devoid of any religious, mystical, or spiritual trappings.’”
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Raina emerging as one of India's key players at World Cup
By By Julian Linden, Reuters
"When the team needed me the most and when you deliver it's the best feeling," he told a news conference on the eve of Thursday's quarter-final against Bangladesh.
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The Leander Paes way: First rule of doubles is to know yourself
By FP Sports
"The first thing is to know yourself really well. If you know yourself really well and you're honest with yourself about your strengths and more importantly your weaknesses, then you choose a partner whose strengths are your weaknesses," said Paes.
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