Monthly Archives: December 2010

‘ABC’ of dated journalism

By Atul Cowshish The media in India is truly bipolar. And thanks in no small measure to Madame Niira Radia, the fact is now evident to the lay reader and the ‘aam’ viewer, who no longer has to suffer from … Continue reading

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Altaf Hussain- The X-factor In Pakistani Politics

Altaf Hussain, the London based leader of the Mohajirs in the Sindh province, is not known to be an old man in a hurry but he appears to be testing the nerves of fellow Sindhi, Asif Zardari and his dapper … Continue reading

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US spy agencies paint grim picture of Afghan war

By Bill Van Auken Two reports produced by US intelligence agencies sharply contradict the American military’s claims of success in the nine-year-old war in Afghanistan. The National Intelligence Estimates on Afghanistan and Pakistan were recently presented in secret to members … Continue reading

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B’desh: Factory fire, police killings fuel discontent among garment workers

By W.A. Sunil and John Chan Tensions remain high in the Bangladeshi garment industry as a result of Sunday’s bloody crackdown by the Awami League government, in which police fatally shot four striking workers, followed two days later by a … Continue reading

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Between Hate And Hope- Musings of an Indian

By Prof Surinder Bhatnagar Ajmer based scholar & Hindi Poet I love India and my heart bleeds when it is injured. Bharat celebrated Dipawali, its age old festival of lights – the day of Ram’s return. Restless like any human, … Continue reading

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How A Master Works….

By Jilpallivar Madhav Rao* Here Master means a Perfect Master. It is only in human form Jivatma (embodied soul) gets realisation after exhausting all sanskaras (impressions) accumulated so far. In realisation, the soul is conscious of its godhood and has … Continue reading

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