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Posts for June, 2012
ramandeepkaur | 29 Jun 2012
The Mimãmsa view of comparison or Upamana differs from the Nyãya view. According to Nyaya, comparison is the knowledge of the relation between a word and the object denoted by that word
Vinod Anand | 28 Jun 2012
Caleb Ryan | 28 Jun 2012
The article is about the proposed joint entrance for IITs by union government and the concerns of professors in IITs about taking away their autonomy.
NARAYANAN SIVARAMAN | 19 Jun 2012
Merely to announce goals is not planning if measures are not put into operation, which will move resources in the required directions.
Vinod Anand | 17 Jun 2012
Assam Government has extended the term of the One Man Inquiry Committee headed by Additional Chief Secretary to the Government of Assam Jitesh Khosla.
Satyam Shivam | 17 Jun 2012
'We deserve to know what tests were conducted and what the results were. AERB owes a detailed explanation to the people of India and the region,' PMANE said. 'Why did it accept an RPV with welds, when the agreement explicitly mandated a weld-free RPV?' PMANE asked.
Narendra Ch | 17 Jun 2012
A new dimension has been added to the speculations about who will be India's next President. Mamata Bannerji and Mulayam Singh must have taken everyone by surprise when they suggested the names of APJ Abdul Kalam, Dr Manmohan Singh and Somnath Chatterjee, former Lok Sabha Speaker as their choice for the top post.
Vinod Anand | 16 Jun 2012
This is a 'poetic essay' based on Mirza Waheed's article in the Outlook magazine on the mass killings in Kashmir. The title is quoted from Mirza Waheed's article title.
Ananya.s.guha | 15 Jun 2012
A pledge taking ceremony took place at a place adjacent to In Orbit Shopping Mall; we lit up candles and took pledge: 'I Surya (name of the participant) today on June 10, 2012 take pledge to play a role in conserving the incredible environment. I will plant trees, save water and foster sustainable development.' Hundreds of people standing on the balcony of the shopping mall, and plying on roads watched the noble cause, and showered praise. Some took photograph and did video recording too. Mantu Kalita did photography, while Sandeep Tiwari was instrumental in video recording of the event.
Rajiv Azad | 14 Jun 2012
In 2011, 20 Chakma students were discriminated and denied admission by a school in Arunachal Pradesh's Changlang district. Five non-Chakma students from a school were given admission, but 20 Chakma students from the same school were refused admission.
Tejang | 13 Jun 2012
If the reactor is hot-commissioned, it will be virtually impossible to subject the vessel to a detailed inspection. This will lead to destruction of evidences of the crimes. From a safety perspective, the IAEA-mandated study of pressurized thermal shock (PTS) has to be done before commissioning the reactors at Kudankulam.
Narendra Ch | 12 Jun 2012
While resolving disputes the concept of Joint Resource Development, if put into effect, can nurture collaboration among the states which may establish a conflict-free relationship and sharing of resources in the South China Sea.
I.Yaipharemba Singh | 10 Jun 2012
The Egypt Tourism Authority is looking ahead to gain the confidence of people about their safety and well-being in Egypt, especially after the political turmoil in 2011. Adel El Masry, Director, Egypt Tourism Authority, speaks to 'Bureaucracy Today' about the strategies of the ETA so as to draw a large number of tourists from India and how the Indian authorities are aiding them in this mission.
In England, in the year 1904, a great revolutionary, Shyamji Krishna Verma announced a scholarship for those students who would study in London and would take a pledge that they would not serve for the British Government in India, but work for the liberation of the country. I
Rowdy Rathore is a crowd pleaser that knows exactly who its audience is. For die-hard fans of Akshay Kumar, this mass masala entertainer is a treat to watch. This is not a film that will stay in mind for long, but it's worth a one-time watch.
Mazhar Nawaz | 04 Jun 2012