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Win the Hearts of People by Treating them as Family

Author – Dr. Shalini Agam Today man has become materialistic, practical, self-centered, envious and dishonest. He is not even able to be honest in his real (blood) relations. If human understands the importance of life and value of love, then many difficulties will themselves get served and his life would become ideal. The way we choose […]

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नई व्यंजना

तुम जो कहना चाहोगे विगत युगों में कहा जा चुका : सुख का आविष्कार तुम्हारा? बार-बार वह सहा जा चुका! रहने दो, वह नहीं तुम्हारा, केवल अपना हो सकता जो मानव के प्रत्येक अहं में सामाजिक अभिव्यक्ति पा चुका। एक मौन ही है जो अब भी नई कहानी कह सकता है; इसी एक घट में […]

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हमारा देश

इन्हीं तृण फूस-छप्पर से ढँके ढुलमुल गँवारू झोंपड़ों में ही हमारा देश बसता है। इन्हीं के ढोल-मादल बाँसुरी के उमगते सुर में हमारी साधना का रस बरसता है। इन्हीं के मर्म को अनजान शहरों की ढँकी लोलुप विषैली वासना का साँप डँसता है। इन्हीं में लहरती अल्हड़ अयानी संस्कृति की दुर्दशा पर सभ्यता का भूत […]

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Learn from rishis of Rigvedic era, Parrikar tells DRDO scientists

Invoking mythology and the deeds of “rishis“ (great sages) of ancient times, defence minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday asked DRDO scientists to overcome anger, jealousy , internal politics and tussles to ensure they can deliver cutting-edge weaponry to the armed forces in time. The sages of the Rigvedic era were “probably great scientists“, and defence […]

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Twist in the tale: E-book sales dip, print is back

Many Digital Subscription Services Shut, Few Buying E-Reading Devices; Publishers Invest In Paper Again Five years ago, the book world was seized by collective panic over the un certain future of print. As readers migrated to new digital devices, e-book sales soared, up 1,260% between 2008 and 2010. Print sales dwindled, bookstores struggled to stay […]

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Ravindra Nath Tagore’s Geetanjali

INTRODUCTIONA few days ago I said to a distinguished Bengali doctor of medicine, `I know no German, yet if a translation of a German poet had moved me, I would go to the British Museum and find books in English that would tell me something of his life, and of the history of his thought. […]