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Tolerance as a duty is a pre-requisite to making India

If democracy is to survive and thrive, duties have to be as important as rights and tolerance must be the foundation of public and private life, says Rajni Bakshi. A hundred years after he landed......

US lawmakers laud Hindu foundation report

The third annual human rights report of the Hindu American Foundation -- the leading US-based Hindu human rights group made of up largely second-generation Indian-American professionals including......

'Obama and Modi can build on what Bush and Vajpayee began'

'Barack Obama saw Manmohan Singh as a person who deeply cherished a strong Indo-US relationship, but who was unable to ultimately deliver on that promise because his party never supported......

Good/Bad/Ugly: What will Obama's visit be like for India?

'The real test will be in defence-related deals, for instance the Javelin anti-tank missile: Is the US willing to co-develop something with India, on terms that will support the 'Make in India'......

We were the survivors. We are the survivors

25 winters have passed. More will pass, but the fight will go on. In spite of successive governments’ unwillingness to sincerely reverse ethnic cleansing of Kashmiri Hindus and provide them......

Bill Gates on his concern for education

In 1948, the United Nations proclaimed education to be a fundamental human right. According to Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, that right includes free and compulsory......

'India must resolve policy paralysis to revive the economy'

Calendar 2014 has been one of the best years for the Indian equity market, which has gained not only on foreign flows but on hope that the new government at the Centre will resolve ‘policy......

US keen to have a bilateral investment treaty with India

Holding that transparency, predictability and upholding the rule of law are essential for better ties, a senior American diplomat said the US is keen to restart work on a Bilateral Investment......

Building an influential policy making institution

A reformed Planning Commission should reflect the diversity of Indian debate, says Suman Bery. I was privileged to be the director-general of the National Council of Applied Economic Research in......

Food Security Bill: A few pertinent questions

On Tuesday, foreign institutional investors sold Indian paper heavily and the 30-share Sensex crashed 590 points, or 3.18 per cent. They were spooked by the passage of the Food Security Bill by the......

Review: PK, a mixed bag of spunk and sentimentality

When PK works, it does with great merit. When it does not, it sermonises, says Sukanya Verma. Among showmen and whiz kids, game changers and auteurs resides a genial filmmaker, a fairy......

'Investing in girls is about the smartest thing you can do'

Over Dosas in Mumbai, Oscar winner Megan Mylan tells Vaihayasi Pande Daniel why she chose India and girl empowerment as the subject of her new documentary. Image: Megan Mylan (centre) with her......

WADA Exec Committee supports 'whereabouts' clause

The Executive Committee and Foundation Board of the World Anti-Doping Agency have endorsed the current system of athlete whereabouts requirement, rejected by the Indian Cricket Board, at its......

Second West Indies v England Test abandoned

The second Test between West Indies and England was abandoned after 10 balls on Friday because of the state of the outfield at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium. Match referee Alan Hurst told a news......

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Q. What is Integrity, and why it must be part of our lives ?
:  A. it brings respectabilty to the self anf self respect is the foundation leading you to get respect from others....so protecting one's own integrity...... more

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chitrasahgal
Q. Which religion changes its stand from something being wrong once and then deciding that it is right? The answer is obviously an emphatic \'NO\'\'\" Having said this has any religion I repeat has any religion condoned homosexuality which is now legalised?
Chitrasahgal:  A. I dont think any religion has acknowledged the recent verdict of the Delhi high court on legalizing homosexual acts among consenting adults holding...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/which-religion-changes-its-stand-from-something-being-wrong-/17236088/answers/15017893

gem mina
Q. Is unlimited freedom the root cause for all problems in India? Blasphemy is considered freedom of expression here and goes unpunished. If any one commits treason that is freedom of action that rarely get any punishment. Your views?
Gem Mina:  A. Well, I have many reservations against the fundamental rights recognised by the constitution of India, Dr. B.R Ambedkar incorporated most of the...... more

http://qna.rediff.com/questions-and-answers/is-unlimited-freedom-the-root-cause-for-all-problems-in-indi/15015219/answers/16609671

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