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Musical on Emperor Ashoka leaves students, guests at Ridge Valley School spellbound
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Musical on Emperor Ashoka leaves students, guests at Ridge Val...

Going down the annals of history, Gurgaon's Ridge Valley School were given a cultural treat through a musical based on Emperor Ashoka at an annual day function held here over the weekend.The musical saga - Ashoka, the Changemaker recounted the legend of King ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Business Standard, 2 months ago

Limits of Non-Violence

BY THE TIME the last cannon and matchlock were removed from the battlefield at Khanwa in March 1527, ancient India and its ideas had been long gone. At Khanwa, key kingly qualities described as essential by political theorist Kamandaka, too, had disappeared.
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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How Modi wasted the chance to give India achche din

From banking reform to financial reconstruction, the bullet train, Navi Mumbai airport, choosing a new medium fighter aircraft to be made in India... time is running out for Modi.How could a leader as energetic and astute as Modi have left it for so late, asks Shekhar Gupta. History tells us there are two kinds of conquerors: One who consolidates after a victory and settles down to govern, improves the lot of the people, and remains content within the empire. The second is the constant ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Of Mughals, Taj Mahal and 'traitors'

The British were in India for over 300 years, but they never became Indians.The East India Company sent all its loot back to London and the British empire continued that tradition.On the contrary, the Mughals did not send a single rupee outside India.So by what yardstick does one call them traitors, asks A Ganesh Nadar.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Babur was an invader and an outsider, but his successors were Indian. Almost all of them were born in India and died here.   Unlike ...
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