Humour in Poetry
by Padmaja Iyengar
Let me first of all confess that I just don’t qualify as a poet because I have absolutely no technical knowledge of poetry writing. From the serious business of banking where my mind was ....
Indo-Pak War? Strange Response to Sharif Warning!
by Rajinder Puri
Pakistan Prime Minister Mr. Nawaz Sharif more or less echoed this writer’s warning repeatedly given in these columns. I wrote that the biggest threat to world civilization today emanated from nuclear weapons. The most dangerous spot for possible nuclear attack is South Asia where two nuclear powers, India and Pakistan, face each other ... Read On
Upaasana - Intense Sadhana
by Dr. Rama Rao Vadapalli V.B.
Upaasana, committed, continuous, intense worship, is essential either to know or to reach God. If there is no such desire, there is no need for upaasana. Eeshwar does not desire anybody’s praise. He has compassion for everyone in equal measure. Read On
Sumatran Tiger Faces Extinction
by Proloy Bagchi
We in India would seem to be lucky. Despite frequent reports of tiger deaths due to poaching, negligence of the forest staff and due to natural reasons, we still have around 1700 tigers in our protected forests and their population, from all accounts, is increasing. Read On
in Indian Democracy
by Dr. Gopal Singh
The dramatic emergence of the Aam Aadmi Party on the recent political landscape has signaled that the Indian Democracy is beginning to mature. I realize that this is a big claim. There are myriads of questions about the future of AAP that need to be answered. But, at the same time there are several opportunities ... Read On
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