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March 29, 2009




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Vol. LX, No. 38, NEW DELHI, MARCH 29, 2009


Editorial
Global Economic Crisis and India's Geopolitical Concerns
By R Balashankar

THE world order seems distinctly moving towards multi-polarity. This possibility was discounted for long. It was granted that the centre of gravity was shifting from where it traditionally was for the last 500 years?from Europe to Asia?but it was predicted, encouraged by the success of globalisation, that the world will remain uni-polar at least for another three decades, with the US remaining the sun around which like satellites all other countries will revolve.
THINK IT OVER
Old Age: Should it be so dreadful?
A Hindu Perspective

By MSN Menon

NO. It can be pleasant. It can be happy. But it is all in our hands. If it was dreadful to most of men, it was because men failed to make life happy. The search for justice began with Plato.
Readers? Forum
India is bogged down by its inept government (Organiser, 1-3-2009);
?OP BATRA, C-517, Yojana Vihar, Delhi

Application of sham secularism in India has reached a maniac stage. Its appliers are an enamoured but an insensitive lot, totally unconcerned about the well-being of the common man.





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