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How Farsighted Was Statesman Vajpayee? His Handling of This Crisis Set The Standard

  Instead of succumbing to immense pressure from his ministers and media, he used the occasion to open a new chapter in India’s history.


 On March 20, the then United States President George W Bush announced America’s patently illegal invasion (based on a lie that Saddam Hussein possessed Weapons of Mass Destruction, and not sanctioned by the United Nations) of Iraq along with the “coalition o Read more...

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Pune IPS Officer Refuses Bouquets, Asks for Books. The Reason Will Warm Your Hearts!

 The proactive IPS officer, who is regularly invited to give talks in schools, had a prominent role to play in bringing the number of police personnel who die due to Improvised Explosive Devices (IED) down to zero.

 

 Knowledge is power, and keeping this thought in mind, Sandip Patil, the newly-appointed Superintendent of Police (Pune rural), has made an off-beat request to his well-wishers.

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Can You Perform Headstands Twice a Day? This 99-Years Old Grandmother From TN Can!

    Mrs V Nanammal, 99, from Tamil Nadu, has been practicing yoga all her life, teaching successive generations too. Practice yoga for better health, she says.


 Yoga, the ancient Indian art form of twisting and stretching one’s body towards health has unfortunately disappeared from the lives of Indians over the last few generations. In a one-to-one with yoga maestros Mrs V Nanammal and her son Mr V B Read more...

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Mistake in PAN Card? Here is How To Correct Them Both Online & Offline!

 I find the task of filling out official forms most daunting. One mistake and it stays there for posterity. However, if you have made an error filling out your PAN card form, fret not, you can make amends by doing the following.


In this article, we explain how you can correct the mistake(s) made in your PAN card.


Making amends online


1. If you wish to make the changes online, then you need to visit the offici Read more...

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Shocked By Famine, This Inspiring Hero Transformed Villages Across Ten States

 He spent a year and a half travelling all over the country, studying the work of voluntary agencies and formulating his plans.


 Mr. Sanjit Roy popularly known as “Bunker” Roy, was born in 1946 in an upper middle-class Bengali family. He was educated at elitist institutions like Doon School and St Stephen’s College (Delhi) where he had a distinguished academic career. He was also a three-time Squash Ch Read more...

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