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Dalai Lama: India is the only country that can combine modern and ancient education

Dalai Lama: India is the only country that can combine modern ...

The spiritual leader was addressing the National Teachers' Congress. Photograph: Courtesy National Teachers' Congress The National Teachers' Congress (NTC), which was attended by thousands of teachers from India and global universities, heard from the Dalai Lama. The Tibetan spiritual leader was the guest of honor at the second edition of the NTC, which concludes today.   Addressing an audience of teachers from 22 states and global universities, the Dalai Lama said, '21st century ..., 1 week ago
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Dalai Lama rues 'too much westernisation' of modern India

The Dalai Lama has rued that India was 'neglecting' the ancient knowledge and heading towards the western culture, while also stressing on the importance of ancient knowledge and science of the country.Addressing a gathering in Uttar Pradesh's Varanasi, the ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago India, China have to 'live side by side': Dalai Lama  Mathrubhumi2 months ago

The Priyanka Chopra speech that caused India's latest outrage

The star was chosen to deliver the Penguin Annual Lecture. Priyanka Chopra delivered an address on the theme 'Breaking The Glass Ceiling: Chasing a Dream' at the Penguin Annual Lecture in New Delhi.Photograph: PTI Photo.   Priyanka Chopra may have had a dream run all the way from Bareilly to American showbiz via Bollywood, but says she is 'greedy' and doesn't want anyone telling her she can't have it all. The 35-year-old actor was invited by Penguin Random House to deliver an address ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Priyanka Chopra to address 1,500 youngsters at ‘The Penguin Annual Lecture’  Bollywood Hungama1 month ago

I don’t think there will ever be a war in the Himalayan region

Swedish journalist and researcher Bertil Lintner , author of the recently released China’s India war, Collision course on the roof of the world, on the India-China war of 1962, explains how Mao Zedong initiated the hostilities to draw attention away from ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

When the incredible woman in today's Google Doodle told us her story

Homai Vyarawalla, India's first female photojournalist, gave this interview to a year before she died. She was 97 then. Homai Vyarawalla biking to assignments with a sari sailing behind her and equipment bags on her shoulders was a familiar sight in New Delhi.Photograph: Photo Division/Government of India.   'Homai Vyarawalla may have caught some of the 20th century's most prominent figures in her lens, but from the 1940s through the 1960s in New Delhi, she was a familiar ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Fortis case: Panel indicts hospital, to be booked for negligence

A panel probing the allegations of overcharging against Gurugram's Fortis hospital found 'several irregularities' including protocols not being followed in a case related to the death of a 7-year-old girl who died of dengue. Following the indictment by the panel, Haryana Health minister Anil Vij said a first information report will be lodged against the private hospital while the licence of its blood bank will be cancelled.   In addition, the Haryana Urban Development Authority will be ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Gurugram: 7 year-old dies of dengue in Fortis Hospital, family billed Rs 16 lakh

A Gurugram hospital charged the family of a seven-year-old dengue patient, who later died, almost Rs 16 lakh for 15 days in the ICU. The family of the deceased, Adya Singh, alleged that the doctors continued her treatment in the ICU, in full knowledge that ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago Seven-year-old dies of dengue, family billed Rs 16 lakh  Sify2 months ago

'Isn't death inevitable?' she asked

Pupul Jayakar, her friend of long standing, remembers her encounters with the woman people loved and disliked in equal measure in that fortnight before her tragic death.   I went to see Indira Gandhi on 13 and 15 October, I arrived with a tape recorder; now she was not speaking to me alone, but to history. I was to be her ambassador, representing her to an unknown future. She spoke at length of her childhood and her growing up. Towards the end of that morning I asked her what she ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Not bothered with someone else's stand on Arunachal: Nirmala Sitharaman snubs China

Rebuffing China's objection to her visit to Arunachal Pradesh, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today said the northeastern state is an Indian territory and the country is not concerned about someone else's opinion on it. On Monday, China had objected to ...
 DNA2 months ago
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