Saturday , 23 March 2019


HTC Incredible S

By Chandrakant
The HTC Incredible S wasn’t love at first sight for me. That may be because it is just another ‘droid, or it is simply down to the horrible name. Nokia may bore you to death with robotic naming convention, but on the other hand, HTC blurs the line between creativity and hilarity with phones such as HTC Hero, Trophy, Rider, Flyer, Dream and Chacha. However, I can’t seem to get my hands off this phone - banal nomenclature notwithstanding. The device may not look stunning, but it blends subtlety with out-of-the-box design cues.

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The Less Known Side of B R Ambedkar

By R C Rajamani

It may surprise many to know that Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar, celebrated as the "Father of Indian Constitution," found economics closest to his heart and got his doctorate for a thesis on "The Problem of the Rupee". He was a Professor of Economics in Mumbai’s Sydenham College in the early 1930s.

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When Enough is Enough

By Mário Cabral E Sá

It is a pity that the wise and humanitarian words of Justice Krishna Ayiar no longer resonate in the corridors of court rooms; "Bail and not jail should be the rule". Of course, he had a proviso for special cases, but those had to be spelt out in the order.

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The Impact of Decision on MOI

By Tomazinho Cardozo

The leaders who unsuccessfully led Bharatya Bhaso Surokxa Manch (BBSM) with the sole aim of preventing giving grants to primary schools in English medium have forecast that Indian National Congress will be politically marginalised in the state of Goa due to its decision to provide grants to primary schools in English medium also along with Konkani and Marathi.

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Envy and Compassion

By Sadhguru

Questioner: Envy and compassion seems to be such contradicting feelings and emotions. It’s easy to feel compassionate for somebody as long as they are suffering, but as soon as that turns you feel envious of that same person. What would you like to say?

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