Archive for: November 2014

This time, for real.

We think of our world
to be similar to a museum.
We’re all allowed to look,
but forbidden to touch. Continue Reading..


Sukriti Lakhtakia
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Sukriti Lakhtakia

A bold road ahead in Vietnam for India with the dragon breathing fire

29 October 2014. Tremendous homework and backdoor diplomatic analysis and thought have probably gone into the eventual decision to initiate bonhomie between India and Vietnam. The front door opens into the business profile for the friendship, but will probably end up balancing the friendship between China and Pakistan that threatens any attempt at developing good relations with our northern neighbor. There is also the very carefully thought out strategy to highlight and flag the defence understanding between India and Vietnam. This could not have been arrived at in a casual manner. The mandarins in the foreign office would have worked out the entire range of pros and cons before swinging this game into action. Continue Reading..


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Savyasachi Babu

Mind it! A diary of vagrant journeys within the mind – 3

Start changing small actions and create new habits to conquer oneself.

Our immediate environment around us has been chosen or created by ourselves. Sometimes we do this selection mindlessly, and on most other times, we choose our action-initiators or inhibitors deliberately. Let us examine a simple example. We choose to watch TV at night. This is done mindlessly because others are doing so, and that seems like the only time to watch TV during the day as you are busy through the day. But, we also choose to watch some specific TV programmes, and we choose specifically the late hour until when we would watch TV. This is done specifically. Continue Reading..


Dr. Bharat Bhushan
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Dr. Bharat Bhushan