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Gurgaon MLA Sukhbir Kataria is using various ways and means to put pressure on the RTI activist OP Kataria to withdraw his case against the MLA. In a recent incident Gurgaon police with many constables and SHO entered his home to arrest his wife that too without any warrant. According to Rakesh Kataria, a close family friend of OP Kataria, this incident was just a stunt to put pressure on the activist to withdraw the case against the MLA.
Rajat Bhatia | Jun 21,2012
This is flash fiction on the absurd and the absurdities in life. Ever since he was born he had a habit of staring, simply staring right since his birth. In fact, at the time of his birth the doctor called him the staring baby. Believe it or not he simply stared. But he had only one eye. That eye was shut and in effect he was staring with one eye...
Ananya.s.guha | Jun 20,2012
Man is creative. Man loves society and friendship. When two persons talk, friendship develops. Only mad people speak in monologues. Facebook encourages gossip mongers but sometimes the gossip reaches literary height, and adds new meaning to friendship.
Dr. Ratan Bhattacharjee | Jun 19,2012
This is a reflective essay on my tryst with Manipur. Everytime I think of Manipur I think of a land desecrated by violence over the last three decades, but also a land that can, in very good measure, boast with head held high of its talent in sports, literature and the performing arts. And whenever I go to Imphal, mainly for official work, the fort of Kangla speaks of an ancient kingdom, history and people.
Ananya.s.guha | Jun 19,2012
Earlier, the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha had signed a treaty with the state government to accept the recommendations of a higher committee. But after the one-man committee report was published, the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha planned a bigger movement, and decided not to contest elections.
Dr. Ratan Bhattacharjee | Jun 18,2012
Indian diet is very poor and lacks in essential contents of vitamins and minerals. As compared to many developed countries, and even some developing countries, our per capita per day consumption of fruits is one of the lowest (46 gm), being much below the minimum daily requirement (85g/person/day). Among various fruit crops, grape (Vitis vinifera L.) is one of the important fruit crops grown - not only in India but on the entire planet. Grapes play a vital role in meeting our nutritional needs. Consumed as fresh or in processed form, they provide essential ingredients such as sugars, acids, tannins, vitamins, minerals, and etc., which in turn, plays a major role in meeting food and nutritive security within us and our country.
DR PARTHA PRATIM PAUL | Jun 18,2012
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