Encourage Sports Culture

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On Sports Day – August 29, 2011

http://in.jagran.yahoo.com/epaper/index.php?location=49&edition=2011-08-30&pageno=8#id=111719873571315640_49_2011-08-30

Indian should extend its citizen’s constitutional right to vote to an active postal ballot system

August 29 is celebrated as the ‘National Sports Day’ in memory of legendry hockey player Dhyan Chand. On this day the Government must initiate steps to rejuvenate the national game and restore it to its golden past Today, we celebrate National Sports Day in the remembrance of ‘Hockey ke Jadoogar’ Dhyan Chand. I am a … Continue reading

March Of A Billion Aspirations

http://m.timesofindia.com/PDATOI/articleshow/8714721.cms

The only country that damns its own currency

http://www.dnaindia.com/india/analysis_the-only-country-that-damns-its-own-currency_1509401

Birth Rights & Wrongs: Population stabilisation is essential

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/features/policy/birth-rights-wrongs-population-stabilisation-is-essential/articleshow/7203550.cms

The success of Jan Lokpal Bill

Published in Hindustan Times | August 16th The lokpal bill is being seen as a panacea for the ills of our society. But it would be effective only if all facets of corruption are understood and addressed. Apart from the enforcement of any legislation, we must understand its preventive and educative aspects. At present, we … Continue reading

How distributive justice has led to unwarranted repercussions

Published in Financial Express | August 14th The Indian tricolor represents the supreme spirit of sacrifice, perpetual peace and continual prosperity for our nation. The chakra in between stands out for speed, dynamism and change. Our Independence Day with the unfurling of our national flag and the celebration that follows make us sit back and … Continue reading

Why corruption cannot be dealt with overnight

Published in Sunday Tribune | August 14th Looking beyond the Jan Lokpal Bill In its current avatar, the draft Jan Lokpal Bill is only a part of the answer. In order to be effective, it needs to incorporate preventive and educational aspects as well UNFORTUNATELY the curse of ‘corruption’ pervades all societies and no country … Continue reading

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