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Critical Analys: Mahatma Gandhi & Higher Education

Tuesday, 11 September 2007, 11:36 am | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

Mahatma Gandhi in his article titled ‘National Education’ published in Young India on 1 September, 1921 has written that it might be true regarding other countries but in India where 80% of the population is occupied with agriculture and 10% of ... More >>

Dialogue-Process In China-Taiwan Tension

Tuesday, 4 September 2007, 1:25 pm | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

The law passed by China's National People's Congress in March, 2005, under which its army has been legally empowered to attack Taiwan if it declares independence, has created a very complicated, serious and bewildering situation. On the one hand ... More >>

Mahatma Gandhi on Problem of Communalism

Monday, 3 September 2007, 11:57 am | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

Communalism is one of the most serious problems that India has to face after her freedom from colonial rule in the mid of 20eth Century. This problem, which has existed among the followers of two principal religious communities- Hindus and Muslims – ... More >>

Sore Need of Trust for Productive Results

Monday, 3 September 2007, 9:55 am | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

After the historical nuclear deal betwixt India and the United States, the outcome of the recent visit by Japanese Prime-Minister Shinoz Abe in New Delhi can be a matter of concern for some countries for their own different reasons, and particularly the ... More >>

Communists In India Need Introspection

Friday, 31 August 2007, 11:29 am | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

Generally I should have no reason to question the integrity and patriotism of the Indian Communists. Rather, I should admire them when they talk of downtrodden and raise issues related to commonmen on the one hand, and express their confidence in ... More >>

Gandhi: The Mahatma

Thursday, 30 August 2007, 1:33 pm | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

It was in seventies I had an opportunity to discuss a little about Mahatma Gandhi with my teacher for the first time. What conversation I had about is now lost in the abyss of time. But later I always wondered – why an international political ... More >>

Indian View Of Peace: Buddha and Gandhi

Tuesday, 28 August 2007, 4:25 pm | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

India, the land of ancient culture and civilization, holds a comprehensive, extraordinary and unique place in context to peace. Thousands of years ago the message of peace conveyed by this country had a deep impact on the entire world. The main reason behind ... More >>

Life Hiinayaana Buddhism In Practice Today

Monday, 27 August 2007, 11:26 am | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

To make human life worthy, prosperous and peaceful, different philosophies and thoughts have been propounded through the ages, of which Buddhism occupies a prominent place. It is well evident from the fact that approximately five hundred million people all ... More >>

Reverence For All Life: Cosmic Consciousness

Monday, 27 August 2007, 10:36 am | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

It has been depicted, most beautifully and clearly, in the first line of a Shloka of Jinavangmaya that ‘SAVVESI JIVIAM PIYAM, i.e., life is dear to all.’ Every living being, to a very intense and significant extent, has the will to live. This ... More >>

Relevance of Gandhism in the Modern Polity

Monday, 27 August 2007, 10:09 am | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

Presently a big portion of the world happens to be under Democratic system of Government. Theoretically, this system stands out to be the best up to now. This is a truth. It is the best because people are connected with it directly or indirectly at every ... More >>

Relations Between India and China

Sunday, 19 August 2007, 7:06 pm | Dr. Ravindra Kumar

India and China are two big countries not only of Asia but also of the world. They are two neighbouring counties and both have also preserved their five thousand years old cultures They are agricultural countries and a great majority of population is ... More >>