Man, Mind and Spirituality
by Dr. Rama Rao Vadapalli V.B.
Faith came into being with Man thinking deeply of matters relating to Birth and then the inevitable end, Death. The immediate insight was that everyone born should die one day. Death has always been defying understanding and it shall remain an enigma forever. Read on
Nehru's Indecision Cost India Two Winnable Wars
by Proloy Bagchi
Aroop Raha, the Indian Air Force chief recently articulated his disappointment that the country’s air power was not fully utilized during the first war with Pakistan in 1948. Read On
From Square One and Back
by K.S. Subramanian
The problem of Jammu and Kashmir is like the proverbial thorn in the flesh and refuses to leave the ailing bodypoltik. It was handed down on a platter from 1948 when Jawaharlal Nehru made the fatal error ... Read On
Dark Side of the Moon
- Who Demolished Babri Masjid?
by H.N. Bali
The very mention of PV Narasimha Rao conjures up the ghost of Babri Masjid and India’s brigade of self-styled secularists focus on what happened on December 6, 1992 when the Kar Sevaks climbed atop the domes of the so-called Babri Masjid, which actually was then nothing more than an abandoned historical monument since no prayers were ever offered there after the supposedly miraculous appearance of statues therein. Read On
Judgmentalism - Its Cause, Effect and Remedy
by Dr. Frank S. K. Barar
It is seen that in all professions there is a tendency in its members to criticize each other. The medical profession is no better or worse than other professions. Read On