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Sonia-PM Rift Ideological!
by Rajinder Puri
After books authored by former bureaucrats recounting conditions within the UPA government hit the stands, vindicating what many observers had opined earlier, common wisdom ascribes personal motives to Mrs. Sonia Gandhi for curbing the authority of Prime Minister Mr. Manmohan Singh. The most common reasons attributed to Mrs. Gandhi are that she wanted to facilitate corruption by her ministers to fund her party, and that she wanted to facilitate the induction of Mr. Rahul Gandhi to the Prime Minister’s post. Neither reason stands the scrutiny of the actual situation. Read On

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Sackcloth and Ashes:
Why for Modi Alone?

by H.N. Bali
In the good old, days of the Old Testament when miracles used to happen, sackcloth and ashes were symbolic of debasement, mourning or repentance. Someone wanting to show his deeply plaintive heart would often wear sackcloth, and smear his body and head with ashes. Sackcloth was a coarse material usually made exclusively of black goat’s hair, and that made it extremely uncomfortable to wear. And the ashes were symbols of both desolation and ruin. That’s how David mourned the death of Abner, the commander of Saul’s army, and Jacob also demonstrated his grief by wearing sackcloth when he thought his son, Joseph, has been killed. Read On
Man, Mind and Spirituality
by Dr. Rama Rao Vadapalli V.B.
Faith came into being with the sensitive and sensible Man thinking deeply of matters relating to Birth and then the inevitable end, Death. It started with an immediate insight that everyone born should die one day. Death has always been defying understanding and it shall remain an enigma forever. Read On  

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