Saturday , 16 February 2019
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Right to Information:Some Reflections

By Dr Saumitra Mohan

As they say, information is necessary to ‘form, perform, conform and reform’. It is so basic to any aspect of human existence, be it learning or acquisition of knowledge, performance of one’s duties or any activity, compliance to any rules or laws and reform in any system subsequent to revelations of deficiencies discovered and changes required.

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Life Begins at Hundred

By A C Tuli

Why is it that only a small percentage of the population of human beings on our planet lives to be centenarians while others die when they are still in their 60s or 70s? One explanation of this phenomenon is that there are certain geographical factors which contribute to human longevity.

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Sikhism and Diwali

By Dhananjaya Bhat

Most of us are aware of the fact that the Sikh community celebrates Diwali exuberantly, especially in the Golden Temple at Amritsar - their most sacred shrine. There on the day of Diwali, in addition to nagar keertan (a street procession) and an akhanda paath (a continuous reading of Guru Granth Sahib), Diwali is celebrated by a grand fireworks display.

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Distortion Breeds Misunderstanding

By A V Chirputkar

The Navhind Times’ dated September 19 carried the article ‘Inter-faith dialogue time to turn the wheel’ written by Mr Syed Ali Mujtaba. The title was really fascinating and the topic most timely. The Marathi daily ‘Gomantak’ dated September 18 published an article by Mr Zaheer Ali on the interests of the Muslim community which was also revealing.

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Arresting Ill-effects of Tourism

By Tomazinho Cardozo

Come November and the tiny state of Goa particularly the coastal belt of Goa will be bustling with tourists and tourism related activities. Goans particularly those directly or indirectly involved in tourism activities welcome this season with open arms because it is their only time to make a fast buck.

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The Auspicious Festival of Dasro

By Vinayak Khedekar

asro is observed as an auspicious festivity in Goa. In most of the villages, it is celebrated with traditional gaiety. People carry the palanquin of local deities to the boundaries of their villages and worship the Apta tree.

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Bearing Children Consciously

By Sadhguru

Emotionally, psychologically, bearing children is not an instinct; it is a trick that you play. Physically it is an instinct, but emotionally and psychologically it is a trick, it’s a ploy that you are creating to extend yourself.

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The Fast and the Restless

By Marilia Priyanka Fernandes

Ever since his marriage and the birth of his son, Rishi’s life is one big mess. He can’t manage to do any job well. His boss has begun doubting whether he should have given him a promotion. At work he misses all his deadlines.

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