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The global tax avoidance industry

Sunday, 22 Oct 2017 | Gautam Mukherjee | in Agenda

Black Money And Tax Havens Author - Prof R Vaidyanathan Publisher - Westland, Rs 350 Scholarly research on the percentage of black money in India and the implications of the same, a topic that has intrigued economists for almost a decade, has been made layman-friendly by Prof R Vaidyanathan, writes GAUTAM MUKHERJEE Prof R...

Journey from despair to hope

Sunday, 22 Oct 2017 | SHWETA DUSEJA | in Agenda

Wild Embers Author - Nikita Gill Publisher - Hachette India, Rs 499 With powerful poems about female rebellion, Nikita Gill deals with engagement of the individual with the cosmic forces and takes the reader from anguish to action, writes SHWETA DUSEJA Nikita Gill, a sensational poet in the world of social media, takes her...

Malaise in the Japanese society

Sunday, 22 Oct 2017 | Rajaram Panda | in Agenda

The main cause of this malaise is that in an extremely homogeneous society, with a deeply fixed mindset of conformity, people with different opinions are often singled out and attacked, often leading to suicides, writes Rajaram Panda Is Japan a happy country? The image that Japan evokes to an outsider is...

Why we resist change

Sunday, 22 Oct 2017 | Miniya Chatterji Lilaramani | in Agenda

We are creatures of habit; traditions are expected events and daily routines become automatic. But change, even for a good cause, jolts us in uncomfortable ways. Change in our life perpetuated by external agency makes us feel as though we have lost control on our territory At first it is shock,...

Oddlyenough

Sunday, 22 Oct 2017 | Agencies | in Agenda

Kangaroo tries to enter phone repair store A kangaroo’s attempt to stomp into an Australian cellphone repair store failed after it bumped into a glass door. Daisy’s Phone Repairs last Monday shared surveillance video of the kangaroo hopping up to the business before running into the clear barrier. “Had an unusual...

Meditation and higher Consciousness

Sunday, 22 Oct 2017 | Sant Rajinder Singh | in Agenda

By focusing our attention at a point between and behind the eyebrows, we come in contact with a current of light and sound, which leads us from physical to higher consciousness, says Sant Rajinder Singh If we examine the ideas that occupy the impossible dreams of humanity today, we will gain...

The Indian school

Sunday, 22 Oct 2017 | Pramod Pathak | in Agenda

The common refrain in India these days is that the millennials have lost connect with their sanskars, the Indian value system. Well, it may be about the conventional generation gap where each generation wears a holier than thou attitude. But, that apart, there is a bigger question. It is about...

Astroturf | Cleanliness of mind and environment

Sunday, 22 Oct 2017 | Bharat Bhushan Padmadeo | in Agenda

Taking cue from the previous issue, it becomes incumbent upon us to gather up all our strengths as would be called for by varying energy dynamics of nature. With a raised work spirit thus, we shall be able to successfully work upon opportunities likely to unfold in emerging times,...

Hypocrisy around the Indian economy

Sunday, 22 Oct 2017 | alok kumar choudhary | in Agenda

Terming demonetisation and GST as wasted efforts is not fair. The Government during the announcement of these seminal reforms never claimed there would be immediate benefits The state of the economy is much in discussion these days. The discussion over the economy started when the GDP figures pointed to a slowdown...

Organic food from North-East States The Untapped Potential

Sunday, 22 Oct 2017 | Arpita Mukherjee | in Agenda

Though the Central Government has launched several schemes to develop the country’s organic agricultural hub, what this region needs is brand building and marketing Untouched by the Green Revolution, much of the North-East India continues to be “organic” with limited use of chemical inputs, and farmers practicing traditional methods of farming....


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Charges filed against 592 in PMT 2012 case

24 Nov 2017 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday filed a charge-sheet against 592 accused persons, including promoters of three private medical colleges from Bhopal - JN Choksey, chairman of LN Medical College, SN Vijaywargiya of People's Medical College and Ajay Goenka of Chirayu Medical College - and one from Indore - Suresh Singh Bhadoriya of Index Medical College, in the MPPEB scam. In the charge-sheet, four MPPEB officials, three persons...

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