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  • Jun 20, 2008 23:52 IST

    UPA should go ahead with the Indo-US nuclear deal despite Left's opposition?

    UPA should go ahead with the Indo-US nuclear deal despite Left's opposition?

  • Oct 22, 2011 02:33 ISTInner Voice

    Happiness quotient

    Human beings can distinguish between good and bad because of their consciousness, and when in trouble they can find a way out. No one likes to live in misery and suffering, far less human beings, whose consciousness can find means of relief. Shrii Shrii Anandamurti writes.

  • Oct 22, 2011 20:22 IST

    The many classes in the middle

    India does not have a middle class in the traditional sense. What it does have is a highly heterogeneous consuming class, whose members are bound only by their disposable incomes and an aspiration to consume. Rama Bijapurkar writes.

  • Oct 23, 2011 23:40 ISTInner Voice

    Be good, do good

    Vedas teach man to lead practically a pure and pious life full of philanthropy and fellow feeling, benefaction and benevolence. This is the only way to salvation. “Be good and do good” is the gist of Vedic philosophy. The doctrine of “be good, do good” is based on the “doctrine of truth.” LR Sabharwal writes.

  • Oct 25, 2011 00:33 ISTInner Voice

    A life full of rituals

    Rituals are not and can’t be redundant. They are an essential part of one’s life. In fact, for most of us, rituals are a way of life, a means to sustain ourselves — in good as well as bad times. PP Wangchuk writes.

  • Oct 25, 2011 02:21 ISTInner Voice

    A good life wish

    Life never ceases to alternately surprise and distress us. There are times in life when you think the worst is over. At that precise moment, the invisible magician pulls another rabbit out of his hat, reminding you that it’s just the way the karma cookie crumbles. Shalini Rai writes.

  • Oct 26, 2011 01:51 ISTinner voice

    Lead, kindly light

    Deepawali, which literally means a row of lights, significantly falls on 'amavasya' - that is the darkest night of the 'kirshan paksha'of the Kartik month.

  • Oct 28, 2011 00:02 ISTInner Voice

    A bond of love

    Bhaiya Dooj is a unique concept in Hindu terminology to cover the usual affinity of man vs woman as created by God himself, supposed to bring one near the other. It is on this day that brother-sister affinity is exhibited in its quantum and quality of love in its purest form. RL Pathak writes.

  • Oct 29, 2011 22:54 IST

    Don’t occupy, include

    The Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protest in New York and its various manifestations across the globe have barely made an impact in India or Asia. Rashesh Shah writes.

  • Oct 29, 2011 23:00 IST

    Control the excesses

    Awave of protests against the excess of capitalism has started in the US and has subsequently spread to many other nations and raised a concern in India as well. NR Bhanumurthy writes.

  • Oct 30, 2011 23:14 ISTInner Voice

    Break the cocoon

    The condition of almost every human being in the world today is such that he/she has feelings of insecurity and is scared and cocooned.

  • Oct 31, 2011 23:36 ISTInner Voice

    One world, one God

    A 'sapling' planted and nourished by 'God himself' in 1936 has now grown into a beautiful tree with its branches spread across the globe. That was the message put out by the Brahma Kumaris to celebrate its Platinum Jubilee, recently. PP Wangchuk reports.

  • Nov 01, 2011 00:59 ISTInner Voice

    A bond of love

    Bhaiya Dooj is a unique concept in Hindu terminology to cover the usual affinity of man vs woman as created by God himself, supposed to bring one near the other. It is on this day that brother-sister affinity is exhibited in its quantum and quality of love in its purest form. RL Pathak writes.

  • Nov 01, 2011 23:28 ISTInner Voice

    Problems are unreal

    In life, something that stops or bothers you is a problem. Everyone has similar problems like those of relationship, job/finance, health, and lastly big worries about the country. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar reports

  • Nov 02, 2011 23:49 ISTInner Voice

    The easy way to God

    Gautam Buddha said that the single factor responsible for bringing us to earth repeatedly is "attachment;" if and when attachment is transcended one achieves liberation.