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Chanakya's chant

Chanakya who lived in the 4th century BC, was an adviser and prime minister to the first Maurya emperor Chandragupta (circa 340-293 BCE) and was the chief architect of his rise to power. He has been considered as the pioneer of the field of ... Financial Chronicle, 4 weeks ago

Art and faith on hills yonder

Chandragiri is a lesser-known hillock near Shravanabelagola in Hassan, replete with historical and architectural monuments dating back to the 8th century. A majority of the 800 inscriptions from 600 CE to 1800 in Sharavanabelagola town are found in ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Pakistan: Irreconcilable Struggle Until Socialist Revolution

This article looks at the situation in Pakistan, and describes on the one hand the effects of decades of rule by an inept and corrupt ruling class that has proven incapable of developing the country and on the other, highlights the immense work done ...
 In Defence Of Marxist15 hours ago

Descendants of Lord Rama in the war of Mahabharata

Previous Next Use ← → keys to navigate The astronomical dating of the events in the two great historical texts of the ancient world, Ramayana and Mahabharata indicate that Ramayana took place at around 5000 BCE, while Mahabharata took ...
 Speaking Tree3 days ago

Talking heads

I have written in these pages earlier on the subject of the Bharat Ratna, that fragile peepul leaf in bronze, which so many want conferred on so many others but, in fact, covet for themselves — by proxy. I can only imagine the following ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago
Business Standard India

T N Ninan: The law without limit

No fewer than 218 coal mining leases have been declared illegal, some dating back to 1993. Scores of other iron ore and manganese ore mines have been shut in four states (Karnataka, Goa, Jharkhand and Odisha) - on court orders again, or on the basis ...
 Smart Investor2 weeks ago

India's Elephants Are Celebrated as Icons but Tortured in Reality

What do you think would be the best birthday gift for someone who's in jail and shackled 24/7? How about Freedom? And what if we offered this gift to the embodiment of the Birthday God, Lord Ganesh? Ganesh Chathurti falls on August 29 when Indian ...
 Huffington Post Canada2 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

State government wakes up to ancient mathematician Bhaskaracharya's bday

The mathematician, said to be the father of differential calculus, turns 900 this year This year, when the first Indian Manjul Bhargava won what is dubbed the Nobel prize of mathematics, the Fields Medal, is also the 900th anniversary of one of the ...
 Bangalore Mirror3 weeks ago

Upcoming Bihar museum to be a pride for Biharis

PATNA: The construction of the new Bihar museum is in full swing. The state government has now started looking for a competent, international-level fabricator firm for displaying exhibits on the basis of quality and cost-based solution (QCBS) ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago
The Express Tribune

Qalambaaz: In search of the perfect screenplay

15 screen­writer­s will be shortl­isted, of which five will procee­d to join the mentor­ship progra­mme Bilal clarifies that the platform does not promise funding for filmmakers, but guarantees a final product that can be sold as a ...
 The Express Tribune3 weeks ago
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