Mahatma Gandhi's teachings relevant in modern society: Bali's governor
Mahatma Gandhi is like a candle as he enlightened the world and scarified his own life, the Governor of Bali has said, underlining that the peace icon's teachings are still…Continue
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Contemporary Indian history cannot complete without a mention of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, his work and vision. He was a fearless leader, deft organizer, great freedom fighter, administrator, statesman and a visionary. His role in nation-building remains extraordinary till date and will remain so for all times to come. Sardar Patel’s sharp political acumen enabled him to accomplish the impossible and he worked tirelessly for his motherland till his last breath.
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Students and Mahatma Gandhi
Question: Students’ strike – right or wrong?
Mahatma Gandhi’s answer: Whilst have pleaded for the removal of restrictions on the speech and movements of students, I am not able to support political strikes or demonstrations. Students should have the greatest freedom of expression and of opinion. They may openly…
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The topic, Quality Assurance in Education and Research, comprising of four words, is quite important and it is one of the vital subjects being discussed extensively these days all over the world. Why so? Before knowing and analyzing this, it would be appropriate to get familiarized with the meaning of and the spirit behind the four words that make for this heading.
Education: A lifelong process, purpose of which is to realize what already exists within; to develop…Continue
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A New Paradigm, Agenda and Programme…Continue
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Mahatma Gandhi – Poverty and Simplicity
There is a proverb in India that reads “Even at times of poverty, one shall not lose integrity and honesty”. The life of Mahatma Gandhi depicted the true spirit of this saying and stands as a strong exemplar for the poorest of the poor to lead a modest life. Even in the days of oppression and subjugation, he voluntarily led a simple life and preached the millions of people…Continue
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Graphic novel on Mahatma Gandhi launched
The life and times of Mahatma Gandhi is now out in a vividly detailed and interesting new graphic novel.
"Gandhi: My life is a message" was written by Jason…Continue
Mahatma – Swaraj
Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma….
Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma…!
Shone on this Earth
Abstaining all the lushly wreath
Mahatma Gandhi Mahatma…!
A Guru for the service of nation
A Guru for life’s spiritual portion
Served the world with the light of perfection.
Ignoring the verve of worldly pleasure
Bequeathed us with our own treasure
Aaa…Aaa... Swaraj! Swaraj!…
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Peace [Shanti in Sanskrit] –a word signifying the state of harmony in a holistic perspective, calls for peak of human dynamics and proactive co-operation of all fellow-beings. Bliss, calmness, serenity and tranquility are the words synonymous to it.
Thomas Stearns Eliot [1934-65] –a US born eminent English lyricist, social critic, Nobel laureate  and composer of famous poem, The West Land, wonderfully opines that Shanti is the state to accord understanding…Continue
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Liberation of Self and Society
By Sudarshan Kapur…Continue
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In the Field and in the Academy: An Outsider's Observations
By Thomas Weber…Continue
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Bapu's idea: All individual rights flow from one's duties…
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PRICELESS GANDHIJI’S CHARKHA AND LAST WILL ARE NOW PRICED
Indian media are reporting without regret that Gandhiji’s charkha has been sold in an auction in London for 1,10,000 pounds and Gandhiji’s last will has also been sold for 20,000 pounds in the auction.
It is sad and distressing that there was no report of any protest by any political party in India about Gandhiji’s priceless charkha and last will…Continue
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Living with Differences – Some samples from the life of Gandhi
When he was in London, his close friend thought that if Gandhi persisted in his objections to meat-eating, he would remain a duffer, and never felt at home in English society. He was afraid lest that would muddle his head, fritter his life away in experiments, forgetting his own work, and become a crank.
The friend had planned to take him to a restaurant evidently…Continue
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A daily’s bold move against bribery!
One regional daily newspaper in the state of Tamilnadu, “Dinamalar” has come up with a new section on every Monday in its portal, (http://www.dinamalar.com/bribe.asp) that calls for registration of Government employees to openly declare a pledge of “I love my country. To perform my duties, I shall never receive bribe!” Those employees and officers interested to set…Continue
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