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Bhagawad Gita, the fanaticism, education and secularism

I have not been following the recent debate of incorporating the ‘mandatory study’ of the Hindu religious text Bhagavad Gita in its entirety, but with my little understanding of the issue I directly plunge into proposing my opinions. Firstly, the … Continue reading

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Industry-education: Connected via a disconnect

ITEC‘s convention on bringing in awareness about frauding IT companies brought out some interesting paradigms, to look at a seemingly straightforward problem of frauds and cheats. Of all the reasons discussed on the lines of labour-capital friction, to the lawlessness … Continue reading

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