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3-D image of India
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3-D image of India

Scientists and technologists are coming up in tandem as it were with innovative devices and methods to make the life of people change at an unprecedented pace in a baffling range of human activities. Not many days pass between two successive such advances that one gets to read about in periodicals or hear from keen…

Why acquire qualification?
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Why acquire qualification?

Pundits delivering discourses both before their usual audiences and while appearing on the small screen telecasting programmes with spiritual slant can be commonly heard referring to the oft-quoted line from the sacred text of Bhagavadgita stressing on the appropriate implication of the classification of human beings into four identities based on their vocation, ostensibly to…

To eat or not to eat
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To eat or not to eat

The saying that an army marches on its feet may sound strange in our times, given the dominance of air power in waging wars, remote-controlled missiles that hit targets after cruising thousands of kilometres and, not to forget, robots and crew-less flying machines. The similar-sounding expression “An army marches on its stomach,” attributed to Napoleon…

Magnificent men, winsome women
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Magnificent men, winsome women

Societies all over the world stand identified and classified in myriad ways helped by many characteristics, some handed down through the process of natural selection into races and the rest contrived by humans dictated by expediency at different times over centuries. The case of India’s current estimated 1.3 billion headcount falls into a special slot…

Culture at crossroads
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Culture at crossroads

Many a public speaker, addressing an audience comprising a mix of diverse backgrounds, finds it fascinating to dwell on the land’s glorious past, not forgetting to lament in impressive rhetoric about the current decline in the values of life carefully nurtured and guarded by past generations. Some semblance of the ways of life traced to…

Footwear for fair-sex foot-soldiers
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Footwear for fair-sex foot-soldiers

Sculptures adorning the land’s places of worship in virtually all regions across its length and breadth by artisans whose identity is sadly lost in antiquity have almost preserved their original image over centuries but for the uncultured act of iconoclasts as recorded by chroniclers at different periods in the long history of the sub-continent. While…

Voting janatha, ruling junta
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Voting janatha, ruling junta

The question mark next to the middle term in the caption for this column is intended to raise issues connected to the role of the land’s masses, specially the literati and intelligentsia, expected as well as required to be played by them (or not played by all who have a duty by their motherland) in…

Emerging enterprises, entrepreneurs
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Emerging enterprises, entrepreneurs

Going by the description of the term entrepreneur, namely “an individual who, rather than working as an employee, runs a small business and assumes all the risks and rewards of a business venture, idea, or goods or service offered for sale” at one end and “The entrepreneur is commonly seen as a business leader and…

Adjusting after accepting
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Adjusting after accepting

India of ancient times, the then Bharatavarsha, much more in geographical area than that of the country after, and even before partition, has played host to scholars seeking knowledge at its zenith, a feature narrated in the history of Nalanda University, which is said to have on its rolls a 2,000-strong faculty and 10,000 students…

Attiring attractively
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Attiring attractively

If somebody writes a detailed account of the origins and the current scenario of humans attiring themselves, it should make a highly enjoyable as well as informative read. Believers may favour visualising the Biblical characters Adam and Eve roaming about in the Garden of Eden totally unattired, until the moment of biting the forbidden fruit….

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