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“We are Indian by Nationality, Independent  without any Foreign Domination”: Rev. Dr. Joseph Mar Thoma
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“We are Indian by Nationality, Independent without any Foreign Domination”: Rev. Dr. Joseph Mar Thoma

India is a Secular State with no State Religion. But religion in our country is characterised by a diversity of beliefs and practices. Apart from the world’s four major religions — Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism — which gave birth in India, the two non-Indian religions include Islam and Christianity.  However, when it comes to…

Why let religion destroy India ?
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Why let religion destroy India ?

By  T.J.S. George What’s happening to our country? A huge and diverse land of 135 million people, 29 states and 22 scheduled languages, yet we are caught in a single obsession — religion. All discussions, all decisions, all policies are shaped by religion. Sabarimala is on the edge of civil war. “Hindus are losing their…

Pay and then demand
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Pay and then demand

By N.K.A. Ballal, Retd. Sr. Vice-President, ITDC An email from an Indian in the UK: My salary in UK is 61,000 pounds per annum without tax. (61,000 x 80 = INR 48,80,000). I pay 40 percent tax on my salary. 48,80,000 – 19,52,000 = INR 29,28,000 balance. Then 700 pounds per month as house rent,…

West Asia Mess. Where Is India?
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West Asia Mess. Where Is India?

By T.J.S. George, Donald Trump’s impetuousness often gets boosted by his ego. This makes him a dangerous player in conflict situations. West Asia, already on edge with clashing ideologies, has been brought closer to war by his eccentric pull-out from the Iran nuclear deal and all-out backing to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s (MBS)…

Why do neighbours dislike India?
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Why do neighbours dislike India?

By TJS George Major political shifts are taking place in India’s immediate neighbourhood — all of them inauspicious to India. In Maldives, Nepal, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, local sentiments have found expression in ways unseen before. There’s a new geopolitical game being played out there, and India is not a player. Is Delhi uninterested…

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