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Reflections: Of past glories

Greece brings to mind the late Nani A. Palkhivala’s fear that a nation that had peaked once would never be great again. He was speaking of India but my expensive hotel clinging to the mountainside above the Aegean Sea in the Greek island of Santorini ... Deccan chronicle, 2 months ago

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Make sure your building is structurally stable

Carrying out corrective repairs to old buildings under expert supervision, will ensure that an appropriate solution can be worked out to save precious lives and to preserve national assets Every monsoon, collapse of a few buildings in Greater ...
 Money Life1 week ago

Bapu wrong yet again

With the change of regime at the Indian Centre, things that never happened before are beginning to happen. A venerated Shankaracharya who has to his credit sound, secular-humanist wisdom, exemplified especially during the dark days of communal ...
 Kashmir Times2 weeks ago

The Great Expectations

कोशपूर्वा : सर्वारम्भा II The launching of all programs depend first and foremost on the resources of the treasury. (Arthashastra, Kautilya) Therefore, for a robust economy, a progressive ...
 CAclubindia2 weeks ago

If judges are effective, the Bar will be effective - In Conversation with Senior Advocate and

A hot cup of filter coffee greets me, as I begin the interview with one of the legends of the Bar, K Parasaran. Moving from Chennai to Delhi to take up the post of Solicitor General, he was made the country's Attorney General in 1983. Turning ...
 Bar & Bench3 weeks ago

Chipping away

In last week's Spectator, Hugo Rifkind, a distinguished journalist in his own right, but also the son of a more distinguished Scottish Conservative and former foreign secretary, spelt out the travails of having a politician as a parent. Apart from ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

1st Indians to win ICC moot: NLU Delhi overtakes NLIU in historic double whammy, proceeding to Man Lachs world

MPL 5: Where Indian mooting matters NLU Delhi became the first Indian team to win the ICC Trial moot at the Hague, Netherlands, while the law school's Manfred Lachs team picked up the Asia Pacific trophy. Added to the best memorial and honourable ...
 Legally India1 month ago

Getting the Police to register a crime

It took former Central Information Commissioner six months to get copy of the DGP's proposal on conducting a Crime Victimisation Survey, which would help judge performance and stop police from refusing to register complaints Citizens are upset when ...
 Money Life2 months ago
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