In Russian novelist Leo Tolstoy's famous story, How Much Land Does a Man Need? , a peasant is told he can have all the land he can traverse in a... ...http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/H0XJWGf4vrcdLXaEDnv1TL/How-much-land-does-a-nation-need.html
On a sunny winter afternoon in Yasnaya Polyana, Russia, Vladimir Tolstoy, a great-great-grandson of Leo Tolstoy and an adviser on cultural affairs... ...http://timesofindia.feedsportal.com/c/33039/f/533917/s/44a7db52/sc/7/l/0Ltimesofindia0Bindiatimes0N0Cworld0Crest0Eof0Eworld0CIn0EPutins0Enationalist0ERussia0Ea0ETolstoy0Eas0Ecultural0Ediplomat0Carticleshow0C466495410Bcms/story01.htm
These days when I read the newspapers, I feel transported to the medieval times, where homes and places of worship were looted and burned, where... ...http://www.newindianexpress.com/columns/The-Crossroads-of-Conversion/2015/03/22/article2724154.ece
When Twitter launched in the summer of 2006, it was a small idea with grand ambitions. Today, of course, the social network's popularity is a much... ...http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/tech/internet/internet-performance-company-dyn-helping-twitter-and-linkedin-grow-sets-eyes-on-india/articleshow/46595520.cms
The words of Leo Tolstoy - Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself - befits well so far as improving the... ...http://www.merinews.com/article/change-in-thoughts-through-education-can-only-improve-womens-conditions/15904938.shtml
Russia is an incredible nation and...
Russia is an outstanding country and...