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The Rotary Journey: To S. Korea and Japan – 6
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The Rotary Journey: To S. Korea and Japan – 6

An accidental Memorial for Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in Tokyo The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” —St. Augustine [Continued from Jan. 8] When I decided to go to Japan for the second time with my Rotary friends, I had one special interest — that was to…

Pet Talk
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Pet Talk

In this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka speaks about fracture in animals and lumps on animal’s skin By Maneka Gandhi What is a fracture and how is it caused in animals? Fracture is a broken bone. Any one of the bones in the body can be broken, but it is commonly the legs. Fractures can result…

When midgets hijack Democracy
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When midgets hijack Democracy

By T.J.S. George Small men in big chairs are usually dangerous. It isn’t just the Napoleon Complex: the tendency among short men to be overly assertive to make up for their lack of height. A politician who occupies a chair too big for him gets not only overly assertive but also contemptuous of others and…

My childhood fascination for Chittor
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My childhood fascination for Chittor

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem, MD Last Friday I wrote about my recent visit to the fortress town of Chittorgarh at Rajasthan and my very disappointing experience with the guide there who instead of guiding my family and me around the historically important sites was only hell-bent on narrating the storyline of the recently released…

Pet Talk: January 23,2019
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Pet Talk: January 23,2019

In this week’s Pet Talk, Maneka talks about feeding schedule for dogs and importance of getting dogs sterilised By Maneka Gandhi How many times a day should I feed my dog for its healthy development? Most people recommend feeding dog twice a day, once in the morning and once in the evening. I prefer three…

MLAs for sale, again and again
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MLAs for sale, again and again

By T.J.S. GEORGE What a curse democracy has become. It truly is bludgeoning of the people by the people for the people. With no stops. Look at the cabinet circus in Karnataka. Look at Devendra Phadnavis fighting ally-turned-enemy Shiv Sena. Look at Yogi Adityanath still struggling to figure out whether governance is animal or vegetable….

New Vidhana Soudha : Eagleton Golf Resort ?
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New Vidhana Soudha : Eagleton Golf Resort ?

The nataka in Karnataka is never-ending. With BJP sending their folk to Gurugram and a few Congress MLAs and independent MLAs hiding out in Mumbai, the political nataka is playing out like a Shakespearean play — there are dubious characters and shrewd manipulators. The only difference being, in a Shakespearean play the audience is enjoying…

A Tryst with Rani Padmini of  Chittor
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A Tryst with Rani Padmini of Chittor

By Dr. K. Javeed Nayeem From Udaipur which was our base, a day long excursion took my family and me to the fortress town of Chittorgarh, about a hundred-and-twenty kilometres North-East of it. Chittor was once the capital of the Mewar rulers who after the advent of field artillery shifted their base to Udaipur which…

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