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Environmentalist T. Rajyalakshmi passes away

KAKINADA: President of Kakinada Brahmo Samaj, marine scientist and veteran environmentalist Telikacherla Rajyalakshmi, 85, passed away at her residence here after a brief illness late on Thursday.Bein... The Hindu, 1 week ago

Do you even know the story of National Anthem?

What is now the National Anthem of the Republic of India is the first stanza of a five-stanza Brahmo Sangeet or psalm. It was composed by Tagore on December 11, 1911, in adulation of Para Brahma Every time the National Anthem is in the news, as ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 days ago SC order on national anthem in cinema halls is first corrective step in the right...  Hindustan Times6 days ago

Lecture: Work as Worship: Emerson's Emancipating Religious and Political Journey

This new lecture series is named for a member of the first class (1862) of Washington University in St. Louis . Eliot, the son of the university's founder, William Greenleaf Eliot , graduated from Harvard Divinity School in 1865 and entered the ...
 Washington University in St. Louis14 hours ago

India Conquered: British Raj and the chaos of empire: Review

12:50 am FOLLOW US: Title: India Conquered: British Raj and the chaos of empire Author: Jon Wilson Publisher: Simon & Schuster, 2016 Price: Rs 799/- Pages: 564 Unmasking the Raj The Great Nations of Europe Had gathered on the shore Theyd ...
 The Freepress Journal4 days ago

Jotirao Phule's ideas of social democracy still relevant

Jotirao Phule was born in 1827 in Satara district of Maharastra and he died on November 28, 1890. He was one of the great architects of modern India whose founding vision of social democracy against Verna is highly relevant till today. He wanted to ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Kids' day out at 'dangerous' JNU

New Delhi, Nov. 21: When Class VIII pupil Ashutosh Ranjan's parents learnt his school was organising an excursion to JNU, they were aghast. "Mother asked, 'Why?' Father said it's a dangerous place: people kept fighting there. He asked why our ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago
DNA India

Book Review: Daughters Of Jorasanko

Book: Daughters Of Jorasanko Author: Aruna Chakravarti Publisher: Harper Collins 344 pages Rs: 271 The world may not know of Jorasanko, but to Bengalis it's the epoch of extraordinary creative output now known in history as the Bengal ...
 DNA India1 month ago

150th Anniversary of a Translation

In the 15th century CE a literary phenomenon occurs in eastern India that becomes very prominent by the 16th century. Poetic versions of Vyasa's Mahabharata appear in Bengali, Oriya and then in Assamese — a remarkable synchronicity indeed. Kobi ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

Uniform Civil Code to national reform

08:11 am FOLLOW US: The right thing can sometimes be done for the wrong reason. Sometimes, too, the least offensive of several bad options must be chosen. India faces both dilemmas in ensuring that its 200 million Muslims enjoy the full fruits of ...
 The Freepress Journal1 month ago

Gangadhar chetty road: This Tamil-inhabited road is now on a spiritual journey

The Gangadhar Chetty Road runs along the Ulsoor Lake, stretching from the Begum Mahal Circle to St John's Road, with deviations to Haudin Road, Aga Abbas Ali Road and Annaswamy Mudaliar Road. It was once dominated by the Tamil community. The ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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