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About 22 results for "theosophical society of india"

Theosophists meet in Chennai amid legal row

CHENNAI: Eight months after a contest for the presidentship of Theosophical Society (TS) between its American and Indian representatives, the matter is now in the domain of the judiciary. "This may be the first time in the history of TS, founded in ... Times of India, 1 month ago
New Indian Express

Pluralism: Freedom with riders?

India has not been kind to people who have taken the path less travelled -- be it MF Hussain or Salman Rushdie and more recently Perumal Murugan. Even while we have social media that has boosted freedom of expression and creativity, there is a rider ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago

Madras miscellany

It's Republic Day today, but to me today is the day a united India was born, the day when the whole country became a political unity, which it wasn't on Independence Day, when several princely States were still deciding what to do. Leading India ...
 The Hindu5 days ago

Lions Club facilitates open heart surgery in India

THE Vice-President, Dr Mohamed Gharib, Bilal has pledged the government's continued collaboration with the Lions Club of Dar es Salaam (Host) and Regency Medical Centre for sustainable performance of Heart Babies Project, which supports open heart ...
 Daily News TSN1 month ago Tanzania: Lions Club Facilitates Open Heart Surgery in India  AllAfrica.com1 month ago

2 Bihari cops from 'Bharat' make it big in 'India'

It may be an interesting coincidence, but the fact is that two Biharis from, what Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi loves to call, Bharat have made it good in India and occupy crucial positions as heads of two most prestigious agencies ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Nehru, the real architect of modern India

Jawaharlal Nehru (Photo PTI) The Nehru era, which started in the 1930s, came to an end with the last election in India. Those who came to power following the elections are not particularly interested in Pandit Nehru's legacy. They are trying ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago

Firdous Bamji's Character the Soul of Indian Ink

San Francisco — Tom Stoppard premiered his drama Indian Ink in London in 1995 and presented the American premiere of the show with director Carey Perloff at the American Conservatory Theater here 15 years ago. Now, the acclaimed playwright has ...
 India-West1 week ago

Madras miscellany: The Father of the Congress

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Lithograph of Fort St. George A.O. Hume Mdras University TOPICS It's Republic Day today, but to me today is the day a united India was born, the day when the whole country became a political unity, ...
 The Hindu4 days ago

Matter of Faith

The uproar over attempts to reconvert Christians and Muslims through "ghar-wapsi"reminds us of a formidable past, when conversions and re-conversions, both by force and allurement, were a recurring event. Drawing upon the paradoxical history of ...
 The Statesman1 week ago
Bangalore Mirror

The Irish Connection: Cousins and Kuvempu

By: Chandan Gowda ​Kuvempu, the pen name of KV Puttappa (1904-1994), the legendary Kannada writer had set out to become an English writer in his teens. He published The Beginner's Muse, a slim volume of seven English poems in 1922, while he was ...
 Bangalore Mirror2 weeks ago
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