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Arthashastra delights US envoy Verma

Opens Renovated ORI | Talks Of Chanakya’s Relevance Today Times of India, 1 month ago

Vaimanika arthashastra

I was critical of Arun Jaitley's first budget on a number of grounds. He had provided Rs 1 billion for Ultra-Modern Super Critical Coal Based Thermal Power Technology. This technology is pretty standard; it does not have to be worked on. Public-private ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago

Kautilya's Arthashastra and Pakistan

Arthashastra, an ancient Indian treatise on statecraft, was written by Kautilya, also known as Chanakya, around 300 B.C. Kautilya was a key adviser to Chandragupta Maurya who ruled from 322-298 B.C. The treatise, which was meant to advise a king how ...
 The Nation Pakistan2 months ago

Using India's Temple Gold For Shoring Up Economy: Learning From Kautilya's Arthashastra Analysis

By IDSA By P. K. Gautam India's appetite for gold leads to an annual import of about 800 to 1,000 tonnes of the precious metal. This import of gold is a principal cause for the country's chronic trade imbalance. Many Indian temples and ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago
The Nation Pakistan

RAW, terrorism and SAARC

The ominous rightward shift in the Indian politics reflected by the landslide victory of BJP, a right-wing Hindu nationalist party, in the elections held last year under the leadership of Narendra Modi carried dangerous portents for Pakistan.
 The Nation Pakistan1 day ago

Nationalism seen in elite terms

The central premise behind an embodiment of a nation focuses on the establishment of an order of dharma. It is this distinctive character of Indian nationalism that historian Partha Chatterjee ignores while he places the Gandhian thought outside the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 day ago
Bangalore Mirror

What's your beef, Mr Naqvi?

By: Gauri Lankesh Union Minister Mr Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi has ordered all beef-missing souls to take a hike to Pakistan. Inherent in his statement is the widely held belief that, in India, only Muslims eat beef, that the practice of eating beef ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 day ago

The Pakistani tax base

May 22, 2015 Pakistan is a great country and a blessing for us. Pakistan's tax base is one of the many challenges surrounding us. We often hear in our daily routine that Pakistan's tax to GDP ratio is low and is falling. This is a ground ...
 Business Recorder5 days ago

Goa's three-time doctor-CM used 'hypothermia' to overcome opponents, says biography

Panaji, May 20 For three-time Goa chief minister and veteran surgeon Dr. Wilfred De Souza, hypothermia, a surgical principle where body metabolism is deliberately pulled down to aid surgery, was also a favoured ideal political philosophy. De ...
 ProKerala.com6 days ago Goa's three-time doctor-CM used …  Yahoo! India6 days ago

PM must read his Chanakya

A LL the senses these days are filled up with thoughts, comments and report cards of the Narendra Modi- led governments first anniversary in power. But as the prime minister returns home from visiting his 19th country in the past year, he might do ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago
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