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Balance of Life

By Catherine Pulsifer
Mary and Susan were friends for years. They grew up together and attended the same schools. They were now both in their 40’s, and both had great careers.

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Lady Judge

By Tripti Nath
The former Chief Justice of Jharkhand High Court, Justice Gyan Sudha Mishra, established an instant rapport with poor, semi-literate and tribal women from the remote villages of Jharkhand recently when she took a dispassionate look at social disparity.

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Incredible India – Dalhousie

By Ratnakar S
As a hill station, Dalhousie is something that really does not make you go ga ga over it. It does not have the exotic charm of a Dharamshala, nor the sheer majestic grandeur of Darjeeling.

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Giving Sports a Boost

By Kennedy D’Silva
Policies are guides to action that reflect procedures which when adhered to, fulfill the best interest of any organisation or nation and the purpose for which it exists.

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India Tourism Making the Right Impression

Subhadra Jalali, an ophthalmologist from Hyderabad found Kolkata’s Victoria Memorial enchanting but was inconvenienced for lack of restrooms. “The only one available for the tourists  was outside the main gate and in the scorching heat it was a long walk.

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Cricket : Modiplied & Modified

By Ambikanand Sahay
Mortals are known for their short memory. More so in this cricket-crazy nation where even a Sachin Tendulkar is, during one of his rare lean patches, advised by masses, media and self-styled experts to retire from the game once and for all unceremoniously.

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