Far from the glamourised avatar of James Bond that the Indian audiences grew up loving, our intelligence agencies, especially the Intelligence Bureau professionals, are a demoralised lot, writes Kumar Chellappan Every time the Government of India announces the name of the new directors of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) and the Research...
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Economic development's overall target is expansion of people's capabilities. But most important of all development goals is the inclusive growth. And in Prayagraj, people claim, ‘Everyone is enjoying these changes. These are public goods and hence all persons irrespective of caste, religion, groups are entitled for these fruits of development.’ May...
All actions on our part are primarily guided by cause-effect chain, the implication of which gets stretched on to the successive life after death. We are thus born with Karmic imprints carried over from the past birth. These imprints are there in the form of thought-seeds parked in our memory...
Whenever anxious, seek the perfect answers from Almighty. Anyone can approach Him and He shall respond in His own ways; we just have to be receptive to His message, writes AJIT KUMAR BISHNOI Everything changes in this material world, some slowly and some fast; such is the nature of this material...
The Gita is the summary of factors which serve as essentials for maintaining good work-life balance, and the Mahabharata shows how those principles are applied in real life, writes Dr Asha Goswami Krishna, through his teachings in the Gita as well as his addresses to the chief fighters in the Mahabharata...
Girish Raghunath Karnad was a writer, screenwriter, actor, movie director, polyglot, but a playwright above all. He used the language of myths and history in a way modern India had never seen, bringing to fore issues about women, children, and power. His craft deftly subverted meanings of stories that had...