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Does India not realise how immense the suffering

Where am I?...I don't know

I am being persecuted
Author: Taslima Nasreen - Published 13-02-2008 12:58 GMT-0000
Where am I? I am certain no one will believe me if I say I have no answer to this apparently straightforward question, but the truth is I just do not know. And if I were to be asked how I am, I would again answer: I don’t know. I am like the living dead: benumbed; robbed of the pleasure of existence and experience; unable to move beyond the claustrophobic confines of my room. Day and night, night and day. Yes, this is how I have been surviving.
Mita

Lifestyle agenda

Steps for Individual & Collective Suceesss, Socio-Econo & Riligo – Political Guidelines
Author: Gyan Pathak - Published 10-01-2008 05:33 GMT-0000
Mita, Lifestyle agenda, Steps for Individual & Collective Suceesss, Socio-Econo & Riligo – Political Guidelines is a recently published book authored by Narendra Agarwal and published by Aasra Publications (India), (AsraPublications@rediffmail.com).
The general therory of love - I

The idea of love: From simple joy to salvation

Why and how we love at all
Author: Gyan Pathak - Published 22-11-2007 07:47 GMT-0000
Among all the emotions we have, the only means left with us is Love, through which salvation is possible, if it is possible at all. This is the only hope, this is the only silver line, and this is the only ray which we heavily count on.
Challenges to Indian Economy

Unprecedented influx of capital and burgeoning foreign reserve posing threat

Per capita availability of food declining, External threats continues
Author: gyanpathak - Published 12-11-2007 12:30 GMT-0000
The greatest challenge India is facing today is on the external front due to unprecedented influx of capital inflows and burgeoning foreign reserve. Appreciation of the rupee against dollar is also enumerated as a problem by Finance Minister of India, Mr P Chidambaram, in his speech in the Editors' Conference.
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PROFITEERING AND THE POLITICS

Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 10:53 GMT-0000
The real intentions of the government are now clearer than ever before. It only wants a “reform-oriented” regime, more properly a market economy for this country.
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CLEANING THE JUDICIARY

APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES AND DISPOSAL OF CASES
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 10:45 GMT-0000
In one of the recent reports the department (Law and Justice) related Standing Committee of the Parliament found faults in the Collegium of the Judges who failed to appoint the vacancies in various High Courts and the Supreme Court. It noted that the Committee on Home Affairs examined the subject in detail in its Eight-fifth Report on Laws Delay: Arrears in Courts. That Committee was, inter alia, of the view that the delays in judicial appointment was a matter of serious public concern and pointed out that the failure to fill up judicial vacancies promptly could not be shielded or defended in the name of judicial independence.
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WHY NOT EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL

IT'S DICHOTOMY MR PRIME MINISTER
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 09:21 GMT-0000
There has been much ado about unemployment in this country but nobody seems to be serious enough to tackle this problem. “Employment for All” became election plank in many elections, but never became part of our planning except in the Eighth Five Year Plan, and was abandoned midway by the then Finance Minister Dr Manmohan Singh who is now our Prime Minister.
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TOWARDS A COMMON CIVIL CODE

POLITICISING THE ISSUE IS THE REAL DANGER
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 09:17 GMT-0000
“It is a matter of regret that …Pariament is still to step in for framing a common civil code in the country. A common civil code will help the cause of national integration by removing the contradictions based on ideologies,” objerved the Chief Justice of India
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SIKKIM AFTER SINO-INDIAN PACT

IMPLICATIONS OF OPENING TRADE THROUGH NATHU LA
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 09:14 GMT-0000
The 'flower of the mountains' Sikkim has traditionally been considered strategically important for India as it lies astride the shortest route from India to Tibet. This mountain state is bounded on west by Nepal, on north by Tibet, on east by Bhutan and on south by an Indian state West Bengal. Therefore, implications of opening trade through Nathu La pass are obvious.
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THE QUESTION OF RIGHT TO STRIKE

THE SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENT NEEDS REVISION
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 09:09 GMT-0000
The question of right to strike has been settled by the Supreme Court in its various judgments implying thereby “ no trade union, political party, or organisation can resort to strike.” It has been declared illegal.