Manu Maharaj, the greatest law giver mankind has ever seen has prescribed ten pillars of Dharma. Among them the last two are: Satyam, Akrodho. The Truth and absence of anger are as important pillars of Dharma as the other eight ones that we may imbibe in other writings later on.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi came out on the streets of Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, just to say Namaste to common men and women around. He was in for a pleasant surprise. Those who saw him out on the road greeting people thronged to where he was and their number swelled in no time.
General Dalbir Singh, new Army Chief, is a son of the soil. Born in a village in district Jhajhar, Haryana, Dalbir was a seven year old boy when the Indo-China war took shape in 1962. On returning from the village school, he would sprint to the chaupal to keep himself abreast of the war news from the front.
I love Narendra Modi for his sterling qualities. He is like a lighthouse to a floundering ship in the uncharted ocean. He is always beaming with energy. He exudes self confidence when chips are down and fights his way out of the Chakravyuh, notwithstanding evil personalities encircling him.