“Nothing too much” is the golden rule – The Law of Temperance.
Rajahmundry,East Godavari District,Andhra Pradesh, India is my native place. I spent only a few years of my life and yet those few years have connected me to the traditions of India and have inspired a sense of Nationalism. I take pride in the fact that Kandukuri Veeresalingam Pantulu garu is a native of Rajahmundry. He still lives in our collective memories.
KOSOVO-A TINY, ECONOMICALLY STAGNANT BREAKAWAY PROVINCE OF SERBIA James Palmer is a student in the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, U.S.A.(firstname.lastname@example.org) In a guest editorial titled ‘ U.S. blunders by recognizing Kosovo independence’ that was published in The Detroit Free Press on Monday, March 31, 2008, he had …
What is good for America should and is good for the world.
CHANAKYA, KAUTILYA OR VISHNU GUPTA – INDIAN STATESMAN AND PHILOSOPHER ‘CHANAKYA NITI’ : Chanakya could be described as the pioneer economist of the world. He is known for his shrewdness, astuteness and diplomacy. He may have been influenced by Zoroastrians who had arrived in India from Persia( present day Iran). He became a counsellor and …
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NEHRU, NKRUMAH, NASSER, SUKARNO, TITO-THE FOUNDING LEADERS OF NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT THE INITIATIVE OF FIVE : The term ” Non-Alignment ” was coined by Indian Prime Minister Nehru during his speech in 1954 in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The first official Non-Aligned Movement Summit was held in September 1961 in Belgrade at the initiative of Yugoslav President …
We can win Peace when we are prepared for War.
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Field Marshal Sam Hormusji Framji Jamshedji Manekshaw belonged to the Parsi Community which had arrived in India from Persia. I started my military career while Sam Bahadur was the Indian Army’s top Commander. He led Indian Armed Forces to a great victory during Indo-Pak War of 1971. This military experience has helped me while I had participated in Security and Intelligence Operations conducted at Strait of Hormuz, Persian Gulf while serving in the Land Forces of Sultanate of Oman.