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India: From core to periphery- A journey of hope
Now when the world is busy in celebrating the sense of hope that India generates in global politics in terms of potentially playing a leading role, this article will focus on the sense of hope that India generates for its own people.
Sania Mirza makes India proud. Again.
In the early years of her career, Muslim scholars criticised her for wearing a short skirt while playing the game. A fatwa was issued by a group of Muslim clerics demanding that her attire was “un-Islamic”.
Love wins
Putting an end to years of LGBT campaigns and bitter legal battles, the US Supreme Court ruled in favour of same-sex marriages on Friday, June 26, thus legalising gay marriages across all 50 states, 11 years after it was first legalised in Massachusetts.

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Editorials 
From the desk of managing editor: 28 August
“Life must be a challenge. Only then is it exciting. In an obstacle race, you are forced to surmount all the obstacles: to jump over the hurdles, go through the barrels, crawl under the rugs, climb over walls.
From the desk of managing editor: 21 August
It is important that when we passionately start to pursue any single goal we make space for play. It was not for nothing that we were taught “all work and no play…”
From the desk of managing editor: 28 August
“Life must be a challenge. Only then is it exciting. In an obstacle race, you are forced to surmount all the obstacles: to jump over the hurdles, go through the barrels, crawl under the rugs, climb over walls.

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Readers say 
From the Form to the Formless (1926 - 2011)

God incarnates from the state of Atma (Universal Absolute Consciousness) to the state of Deha (Body), to play a specific role as a part of HIS Cosmic Drama.

Dhoni: The man who defied logic
Mahendra Singh Dhoni, an unorthodox cricketer from a small town Ranchi to the most powerful man of cricket worldwide, retired from Test cricket after the Melbourne Test.

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