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Reviving the Glorious past

NORTH INDIA Neemrana Hotels: Fakirs of the Heritage World “Heritage,” says Aman Nath, founder and co-chairman of Neemrana Hotels loftily, “has to be handled as a 'custodian', not as an owner. That would be taking it at the most obvious level of Maya - ... The Financial Chronicle, 3 weeks ago

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Ignite your minds! Kalam to India's youth

Two years ago, on July 27, A P J Abdul Kalam was delivering a lecture at the Indian Institute of Management-Shillong, when he collapsed and passed away soon after.India's beloved President -- there has been no other who has influenced the nation as much -- never stepped back from inspiring people to be the very best that they could be.In this excerpt from Pathways To Greatness -- a book he completed just a few months before he passed away -- President Kalam outlines his expectations from ...
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Caution before Trump-Modi meeting

Washington D.C.: If the first twelve hours are any indication, India is playing the D.C. game with caution. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's arrival in the city was at 9 p.m. on Saturday with no raucous Gujarati and Punjabi expats dancing and singing at the ...
 Sify1 month ago
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The former child slave fighting slavery

When Rani Hong was 7, she was taken from her family and sold into slavery. At an age when she should have been enjoying her childhood, she was subjected to treatment that left her close to death. IMAGE: Rani Hong, the activist fighting human trafficking, says India must join the fight against slavery.Photograph: Kind courtesy Rani Hong/Facebook When Rani Hong was just seven years old she was taken from her family and sold into slavery. At an age when she should have been enjoying her ...
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He went to Harvard Business School to help India's farmers

Siddharth Tata's Purple Chilli helps vegetable farmers earn an income 365 days a year. A day in the life of desperate Indian farmers IMAGE: After graduating from IIT-Madras, Siddharth Tata worked with McKinsey & Company for four years. It was here that he got a chance to do consulting work in the rural and agricultural sector and found his calling. Photographs: Kind courtesy Purple Chilli   When Siddharth Tata graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras -- living up to ...
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Defeating Diarrhea: integration is the solution

Tomorrow, July 26, at 3On the occasion, Dr. Ganguly, advisor for the Translational Health Science and Technology Institute and Former Director General of the Indian Council of Medical Research, will deliver a keynote address, "Why we should continue to ...
 Business Standard1 day ago

Freedom Files : HOW KASHMIR WAS POUCHED

As the Afridi raiders stormed down the Muzzafarabad Road making their tryst with Srinagar, burning the Mahura power station effecting a lights out in Kashmir Valley, Maharaja of J&K Hari Singh knew that the end game had begun. Fate always a seductress, ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

FREEDOM FILES: NOTHING HAS CHANGED

Kashmir Valley remains a sore, 70 years after independence, still being coveted by Pakistan. It is an unfinished business of Partition. Much has been written about the complexity of sub-nationalism and how the people of the Valley want to remain autonomous.
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago NOTHING HAS CHANGED  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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3 money lessons from yoga

Make yoga your way of life and enjoy the unconditional and uncountable benefits leading to better physical and financial health, says Harjot Singh Narula The spirit of yoga is being celebrated globally today as International Yoga Day. Originating from the Sanskrit 'yuj', Yoga is a mind and body practice with origins in ancient Indian philosophy. Yoga is a way of life and offers numerous health benefits to an individual practicing yoga through peaceful amalgamation of body, mind and soul. But ...
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Every tree has a story to tell...

During our childhood, trees were one of the few things that always held a special place in our hearts. They came alive as characters in many bedtime stories - benevolent and gracious. The urge to carefully preserve every fallen leaf between the pages of books ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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