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Today’s paper 15th June

Sunday’s news papers are overlooked but I assure you they are very important , Hindu’s piece on International relations is wonderful. Do read the open page.

The Hindu

Others

  • 5 Principles for Iraq[optional read]
  • Angelina Jolie made dame
    • Dame (title), a female title of rank, equivalent to ‘Sir’ used as the title of a knight
    • Daniel Day-Lewis Receives Knighthood

    • Indian scientist professor Tejinder Virdee, one of the founding fathers of the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) which ultimately led to the discovery of the Higgs Boson has been accorded with an honorary knighthood

 

 

Today’s Paper 12th June India

Today’s paper is not having such a great articles , Both the lead articles in Hindu and IE are advice articles to PM Modi. The Science section in Hindu is a must read. Mrunal bhai has released Person in news articles do read them.

Today’s Paper 11th June India

Today The Hindu and Indian express have very good articles related to International relations,dealing with Pakistan and China.A wonderful article on Urbanization.And two articles related to India health care.

The future of Wikipedia WikiPeaks?

IN 2012, after 244 years in print, Encyclopedia Britannica became online-only. Now a group of German fans of Wikipedia, an online, user-generated encyclopedia, are raising money for a move in the opposite direction.

Politics in its place by Pratap Bhanu Mehta

This article is Focusing all our attention on the state, we miss our own deeper failings of social trust.

One is tempted to remind them of M.G. Ranade’s eloquent warning:

“You cannot be liberal by halves. You cannot be liberal in politics and conservative in religion. The heart and the head must go together.You cannot cultivate your intellect, enrich your mind, enlarge the sphere of your political rights and privileges, and at the same time keep your hearts closed and cramped. It is an idle dream to expect men to remain enchained and enshackled in their own superstition and social evils, while they are struggling hard to win rights and privileges from their rulers.Before long these vain dreamers will find their dreams lost.”