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Ram Van Gaman: Where Ramayana Is Not Just A Story, But Is Actually Alive

The bestselling author and his producer-director recall their travels through Chitrakoot, shooting for a TV show on the Ram Van Gaman trail
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What Failed Rebellion Tells Us About Ashok Gehlot's Clout On Rajasthan Congress

Several MLAs from the Ashok Gehlot camp told Outlook that numbers were by large exaggerated by the media reports and that not more than 65 MLAs took part in the parallel meeting that was convened at Shanti Dhariwal’s residence.

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National Games Have Their Place, They Are Preparation For CWG, Asian Games Or Olympics: Harmeet Desai

Harmeet Desai, Gujarat’s men’s singles TT gold medalist, says the National Games are important for players to get a feel of multi-discipline...

National Games Diary: Bihar Rugby’s South African Mentor, And Doctors On The Sidelines

We get a peek into what has suddenly made Bihar a rugby prospect, and how a team of young physios and doctors is at hand to address injuries and...

National Games Hall Of Fame: Richa Mishra, Rehan Poncha Among Top Performers

The National Games 2022 will see athletes competing in 36 disciplines including non-Olympic events like kabaddi, kho kho, lawn bowls, mallakhamb,...

Latest Issue: 03 Oct 2022

Now that the Ayodhya dispute has been settled in favour of the Hindu side, the focus is back on the Places of Worship Act, 1991, which threatens to open a Pandora’s box. Groups representing Hindu gods are now eyeing waqf lands, thereby threatening the secular character of the country.

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2022-10-10

2022-10-10

Ram is the most common name in India, of people and places—even occurring as prefixes and suffixes. In this issue, we dig through the numerous iterations of...

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Is The Digital Era Resurrecting The Essence Of Bharat Or Blending It Into Global Culture?

Is The Digital Era Resurrecting The Essence Of Bharat Or Blending It Into Global Culture?

Sanskrit as the most ancient, sacred, and scientific language, needs to be re-assimilated, and re-endorsed by the masses to strengthen Indian culture:

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