Carpe Diem

5 Golden Rules to follow to lead a peaceful life which I learned in Art Of Living Courses : Accept people and Situations as they are! Nobody wants being told what to do. And, situations. They are going to present themselves. Good or Bad. If it's good why would you want to change? And, if … Continue reading Carpe Diem

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week 51

Sunday, December 17, 2017 Week 51 : Sun, Dec 17, 2017 Mon, Dec 18, 2017 Tues, Dec 19, 2017 Wed, Dec 20, 2017 Thur, Dec 21, 2017 Fri, Dec 22, 2017 Sat, Dec 23, 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 11 , 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 11 , 2017   a) Crunch time at WTO: On farm subsidies As leaders at the World Trade Organisation’s 11th biennial Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires seek to define the future contours of multilateral global trade, the challenges the U.S. has mounted on the institution are impossible to ignore. Notable … Continue reading THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 11 , 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 12 , 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 12 , 2017   a) A massive victory: On Left Alliance landslide in Nepal Given Nepal’s mix of the first-past-the-post system and proportional representation, the final picture of its new Parliament may take some time to be clear. But it is already evident that the Left Alliance is on course … Continue reading THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 12 , 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL:DECEMBER 15, 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL:DECEMBER 15, 2017 Looking for balance in power A month after India was part of the ‘Quad’ discussion on the sidelines of the East Asia Summit in Manila involving Japan, Australia and the U.S., New Delhi hosted foreign ministers of Russia and China this week. The Russia-India-China trilateral held its 15th meeting in … Continue reading THE HINDU EDITORIAL:DECEMBER 15, 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 16, 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 16, 2017   a) Stalemate at WTO: On U.S. obstructionism The 11th biennial ministerial conference of the World Trade Organisation ended in a stalemate, with countries divided along industrial and developing lines. India is seeing the outcome as a partial success; none of its “offensive” interests were achieved, but its … Continue reading THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 16, 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 5, 2017

THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 5, 2017   Miles to go before… In its August 12-18, 1990 issue, the now defunct Sunday magazine ran an interview with Rajiv Gandhi, months before his assassination in 1991, with the introduction that while “face-to-face it is impossible not to like Rajiv Gandhi,” in his public interactions he tended … Continue reading THE HINDU EDITORIAL : DECEMBER 5, 2017