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Sri Lanka: Karaikkal Fishers Take The Lead?  Analysis
Eurasia Review

Sri Lanka: Karaikkal fishers take the lead?

By N. Sathiya Moorthy In a move that was waiting for long to happen, community leaders from a dozen hamlets in the Karaikkal enclave of the Union Territory of Puducherry have decided to penalise their errant fishermen, crossing the ... South Asia Monitor, 1 month ago

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Desirable desires

We are often given the message that desires lead us into danger and unhappiness. The moment one desire is fulfilled, we focus on yet another desire, and it goes on, with no end in sight. And all of these desires only result in our being born on ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Eurasia Review

Sri Lanka-India: Fishermen Talks On Track, But Core Issues Remain Analysis

By By N. Sathiya Moorthy* Independent of the success or failure of the third round of bilateral fishermen association talks between India and Sri Lanka held in Chennai on March 24, 2015, it would be remembered for a few things. The joint ...
 Eurasia Review2 weeks ago

Saints day out

The Kapaliswara temple of Mylapore is ancient enough to have been visited and extolled in verses by the saint Tirugnansambandar. But what is even more interesting is the fact that it conducts the annual festival or Brahmotsavam with one day ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Fascinating story of Sarada Devi

Comment · print · T T T+· T- S. S. M. Sundaram presenting a discourse at Tamil Isai Sangam in Madurai.— Photo: R. Ashok Students of Rani Lady Meyyammai Achi Music School performed a music concert, along with their gurus Malathy, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Afghanistan: A 'regional strategy' for India

Aryaman Bhatnagar 07 March 2015 Analysis The visit of Mr. S Jaishankar, India's Foreign Secretary, to Kabul this week came at the fag end of his trip to all the other South Asian neighbouring countries. During this brief visit, he met ...
 Observer India1 month ago

Nothing else matters

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Saints have sung of their love for God in verses that are moving, and which fully capture their spiritual experience, said K.Sambandan, in a discourse. Arunagirinathar said that the joy one ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Language not a barrier

R.S. Manohar drama troupe performing a scene from "Thirunavukarasar" at the Music Academy in Madras on August 24, 1994. M.N. Rajam. R.S. Manohar drama troupe performing a scene from "Thirunavukarasar" at the Music Academy in Madras on August 24, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Silicon India

The Lesser-Known Beaches of India: Unexplored Yet Exotic

BENGALURU: It is summer time. Well almost! With the heat sinking in slowly. It is time for sundresses, lemonades and more importantly the Beach. Nothing can be more refreshing than the cool sea breezes that gently brush our faces. Everyone has their ...
 Silicon India1 month ago
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