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by Rajinder Puri  
During the election campaign Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi was asked by a TV interviewer whether he would hold talks with Pakistan amidst continuing terror attacks. Mr. Modi said that one cannot talk under the sound of gunfire.  Read On 
A Wizard of Small Things
by Jaipal Singh
While the Prime Minister Modi was addressing the nation from the rampart of Red Fort on 15th August on the eve of the sixty-eighth Independence Day for the first time, the thought came to my mind that I am also among those fortunate Indians who were born in the post-independent India. Read On

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The Sixty Eighth Day  
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We − and my reference is to the universal human “we” − are fond of telling stories, and we can’t resist seeing ourselves as actors at the center of narratives we construct. Understandably, our natural perspectives are subjective, and our first inclination is to adopt a vicarious stance − to sympathize with one or another actor in a story, and to believe the messages of our senses. Read On  

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