CLAUDE ARPI Philosopher Jean-Jacques Rousseau said once: Nothing is so gentle as man in his primitive state, when placed by nature at an equal distance from the stupidity of brutes and the fatal enlightenment of civil man. Jawaharlal Nehru ... The Statesman, 1 month ago
in Tibet Author : Michael Buckley Publisher : PanMacmillan,Rs595 This well-documented work delves deep into issues which are bound to get hotter with time, writes CLAUDE ARPI André Malraux, the famous French Philosopher and General ...New Delhi Pioneer, 4 days ago
Often when I meet a new Indian friend, who is not aware of my background, he exclaims: "So many years in India! but why, why? I can't understand! My dream is to go to the States or Europe and you are living in 'this' country!" Claude Arpi, who was born a Frenchman, looks back on his 40 years in India. Forty Years is a long time! On December 20, 1974, after more than two-and-a-half months on the road, travelling from Paris to South India, crossing Italy, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Turkey, Iran, ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'It is certainly time for New Delhi to open up. Not only should it go ahead at full steam with the roads to the LAC, but the government must also allow tourists to visit these stunningly beautiful areas of Indian territory,' says Claude Arpi. China is unhappy about India's plans to build a road on the southern side of the McMahon Line in Arunachal Pradesh. A couple of weeks ago, Hong Lei, the Chinese foreign ministry spokesman, stated 'The boundary issue between China and India is left by the ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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