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Happiness: How to Attain it?
by Dr. Frank S. K. Barar
Happines is a positive mental or emotional state of well-being ranging from a feeling of contentment and satisfaction to intense joy. A variety of biological, philosophical, religious, psychological, and economic approaches have been applied to identify sources of happiness. Read On

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Who Took the Less-traveled Road ...

by H.N. Bali
In times of crisis - and the year 1991 in Independent India’s history was such a crucial time when we had to pledge our gold reserves to get desperately-needed IMF loan - the person at the helm needs to be visionary to see the opposite side of the risk coin, the one that lands face down after you flip and which represents opportunity, competitiveness and growth. And that man was P V Narasimha Rao. Read On

Angkor Vat and The Wonder that was India
by Rajesh Talwar
Cambodians are so proud of their Angkor Vat heritage in which Hindu temples coexist with Buddhist temples in this ancient city of temples that for ordinary people the line between Hinduism and Buddhism is somewhat blurred. Read On

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