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The Climate Change: Tracing Inception of its Scientific and Political Discourse

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By Prashant Kumar Sharma The climate change issue has become a significant part of the global discourse today. Climate change poses an ‘existential challenge’ to the entire humanity. This could lead the greatest environmental threat facing the planet. Moreover, this daunting challenge is often described as the ‘defining challenge of our age.’ However, there is [...]

May 4th, 2017 | Posted in COLUMN,culture,development,economy,education,environment,governance,health,International,literature,politics,social,spiritual,states,Top Story,youth forum | Read More »

Federal Competitiveness – a paradigm shift in center – state financial relationship

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Dr. Kumar Bijoy Article 1 of the constitution declares that India, that is Bharat, shall be a Union of States. Part XI of the Indian constitution defines the power distribution between the federal government (the Centre or union) and the States in India. This part is divided between legislative, administrative and executive powers. The financial [...]

April 3rd, 2017 | Posted in Business,culture,development,economy,education,governance,health,International,literature,Opinion,personal finance,politics,social,states,Top Story,women empowerment,youth forum | Read More »

Kejriwal: Can he emerge as a hero ?

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Dr P Pullarao The greatest writer William Shakespeare 500 years ago made the date March 15 a very famous.  He called it the “Ides of March“, because an astrologer had predicted that the great Roman Emperor Julius Caesar would be assassinated that day and he was assassinated that day. Now  March 15 is becoming an [...]

February 4th, 2017 | Posted in COLUMN,culture,development,economy,education,governance,International,literature,Opinion,politics,states,Top Story,youth forum | Read More »

Two ‘Surgical Strikes’ that Fooled Indians!

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Dr. Charles Dias On 30th September 2016 Central Ministers and military officials of India claimed that on 29 September 2016 India had conducted “SURGICAL SRTIKES” against militant launch pads across the   LINE of Control in Pakistani-administered   AZAD KASHMIR, and inflicted “significant casualties”. Indian media reported the casualty figures variously from 35 to 50. Pakistan rejected India’s [...]

February 3rd, 2017 | Posted in COLUMN,culture,development,education,governance,International,literature,Opinion,politics,social,states,Top Story,youth forum | Read More »

Predicting to the Unpredictable: Donald Trump’s Policy in South Asia

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Prashant Kumar Sharma and Jigme Wangdi Mr. Donald Trump, a ‘casino owner,’ who does not care about being ‘politically incorrect,’ whose election defied all logics and predictions by astrologers and soothsayers, won the US presidential election “without securing the popular votes,” as Ambassador Rajiv Dogra says, became the 45th President of the United States of [...]

January 30th, 2017 | Posted in COLUMN,culture,development,economy,education,governance,health,International,literature,Opinion,politics,social,states,Top Story,youth forum | Read More »

Tax Terror and Upliftment of the Economy

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Manish Gadia Any government is dependent on taxes, whether it is direct or indirect, whether it is on small base of people or large base of people or society. There is an absolute need to levy taxes whether it is paid voluntarily or forcefully and collected by the govt. The govt’s duty is to collect [...]

December 26th, 2016 | Posted in Business,COLUMN,culture,development,economy,education,governance,International,literature,Opinion,personal finance,politics,social,states,Top Story,youth forum | Read More »

The Age of ‘De-s’ and De-monetisation

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Birinder Pal Singh With the advent of modernity new age of ‘de-s’ has set in. All traditional institutions and processes have to be de-codified and de-constructed. The first one to come into being and function is de-mystification, a project of modernity and the modern science based on the new premises of reason and rationality. These are [...]

December 20th, 2016 | Posted in Business,COLUMN,culture,development,economy,education,entertainment,governance,International,literature,Opinion,politics,social,states,Top Story,youth forum | Read More »

Demonetization could spark a new digital economy in India

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By  Manish Gadia Everybody is talking about Demonetization now a day, some are in favors of the decision and some are against the decision. But the maximum people, I found that they are in favor of the decision, those who has paid their taxes properly and those who are poor or salaried class persons or [...]

December 3rd, 2016 | Posted in Business,COLUMN,culture,development,economy,education,governance,International,literature,Opinion,personal finance,politics,social,states,Top Story,youth forum | Read More »

Dileep Padgaonkar- End of a time

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Bitter truth by Anand Had it not been for Dr. Virendra Mishra our consulting National Editor- Hindi, I would not have met (DP ) Dileep Padgaonkar. On 22 November 2014, I flew to Delhi just to meet this man.   After waiting an hour in the lobby of TajMansing without response on phone from him, [...]

November 29th, 2016 | Posted in Business,COLUMN,culture,education,entertainment,film,governance,International,INTERVIEW,literature,Opinion,politics,social,states,Top Story,youth forum | Read More »

RELEVANCE OF THE CONSTITUTION IN PRESENT TIMES

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ABHISHEK RANJAN Last year, the Government decided to celebrate 26th November as Constitution Day as on this day in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India. The date is very pious to the idea of India and reminds of the great struggle by our countrymen to achieve freedom and a constitution [...]

November 26th, 2016 | Posted in culture,development,economy,education,governance,International,literature,Opinion,politics,social,spiritual,states,Top Story,women empowerment,youth forum | Read More »

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