This August 15, we celebrated our 62nd Independence Day. A comment made by a judge hearing a case recently haunts me, he said, “Even God may not be able to save this Nation…”. How did we reach such a hopeless stage so soon? Six decades is not a very long time in the age of a nation. But in a relatively short period of time, we have plumbed such depths. How did this happen?
Blogging on the internet is the latest craze these days. The term blogging is derived from ‘web logging’. A blog is an online personal diary and gives you the hitherto unknown potential of expressing yourself to the world at large, without having to give away your identity. There are hundreds of blogging sites on the internet these days.
In the past few years, our society has split like atoms. There are hundreds of regional political parties, but these have no definite divergence of views on economic policies, which matter the most.
"Our vision is to create a prosperous, but not wasteful, society, an economy that is self-sustaining in terms of its ability to unleash the creative energies of our people and is mindful of our responsibilities to both present and future generations."
What’s common between Olga Morozova and Nathalie Tauziat? Quite honestly, no one remembers who they are. Let’s just flip around and ask — Chris Evert Lloyd and Jana Novotna? Aah, everyone knows! Famous tennis players. Everyone has heard about them. What not many know or remember is that the latter two met the former two in various Wimbledon finals over the past three decades and emerged victorious.
Today China is in the news because of the Olympic Games in Beijing. It has been in the news since over a decade because of the unprecedented economic and social developments that are taking place in the ancient country.
For many years now, I have been studying the phenomenon of mid-life transition, particularly among high achievers. It is a complex issue in itself and far less understood than the concept of teenage transition.
The rate at which the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) lends to banks was duly raised by 50 basis points and the proportion of cash deposits that banks need to keep with RBI rate was hiked as well. This is the third time in less than two months that these two rates have been raised in a clear signal by RBI that it will do whatever is needed to prevent inflationary expectations from taking root.
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