Archive for Tag Archives: ' bhagawati'
Listening to people speak, I have often wondered why so many make random, commonplace statements and query them at the same time. Their voice ups and the sentence becomes a [...]
Reported widely by various media, Matthieu Ricard, a French Tibetan Buddhist monk was declared the happiest man on Earth by a group of scientists at the University of Wisconsin.
A recent article by Nicholas D. Kristof in the New York Times finally addresses the fact that common chemicals in our environment “may be even more harmful than previously [...]
Julian Assange has been in the news almost on a daily basis, ever since top secret US military reports and innumerable diplomatic cables were leaked by him two years ago.
More than fifty years ago, on April 27, 1961, John F. Kennedy gave a speech before the American Newspaper Publishers Association, in which he warned the press about the secret [...]
H.G. Wells was a fearless, outspoken and prophetic writer; 'The Time Machine' is among the many books he authored. His most consistent political ideal was the 'World State'.
The Badische Zeitung, a regional newspaper in Baden-Wuerttenberg in Germany, published on June 6, 2012 a very positive report about a recent concert given by Deva Premal, Miten and [...]
Subtitle: “He called himself Bhagwan and in the end Osho. He was at first the sex– then the Rolls Royce Guru. 22 years after the mystic’s death his ideas live on in hundreds [...]
The last active nuclear reactor in Japan was switched off on May 5th and thousands of Japanese marched on the streets to celebrate this event, shaking "koinobori", carp-shaped [...]
Philip Gould, Baron Gould of Brookwood (30 March 1950 – 6 November 2011) was a British political consultant and former advertising executive, closely linked to the Labour Party.
Crop circles have fascinated the general public for decades. A quite mind-blowing accurate depiction of the planetary alignment on December 23, 2012 keeps us wondering...