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Posts for July, 2012
The Muslim majority Bangladesh had a devilish design to make lower Assam a predominantly Muslim region and annex it by inciting civil unrest. India will not let that happen.
Brigadier CHITRANJAN SAWANT,VSM | 27 Jul 2012
No worker would want to work in an environment that's not positive. No company would want to unnecessary harass an employee - yet in the incident that set off one of India's worst industrial incidents - a caste aspersion played the trigger in igniting the turn of events that lead to one man losing his life and many getting badly injured.
Dharamveer Paul | 20 Jul 2012
Before talking about an improvement in the allocation of resources we require certain ethical premises on which judgments of better or worse are to be raised. In the West they have usually been of a libertarian character: nothing is good for society unless it is held to be good by the individuals who form that society.
As we know, there are three values (gifts) of economic life: Freedom, Justice and Care. Let us briefly look at the economic perspective of gift: In economics gifts have also received some attention too. It will come as no surprise that most economists have done so within their conventional framework of explanation, that is, by explaining gifts both in terms of exchange and in terms of utility maximization.