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Saffron; a wounderful medicinal, aromatic plant

Saffron; a wounderful medicinal, aromatic plant

Dr. R. D. Gupta The saffron (Crocus sativus) also known as Zaffron, Kum Kum and Kong in Urdu, Sanskrit and Kashmiri, respectively is grown in Spain, Iran, parts of China and India. In India, Jammu and Kashmir is the only State where its cultivation is done in the Valley of Kashmir on a large scale […] Read more

Sovereign India shackled by lawmakers

Sovereign India shackled by lawmakers

Jamwal Mahadeep Singh Better to perish fighting for freedom then to be a prisoner all the days of life, this might have been the sensing of population, who scarified their present for our future. But the freedom of our country brought with it a unique fraternity of ‘public servants’ disguised as ‘lawmakers’ that just believes […] Read more

Analysis of including Article 35A in the Indian Constitution

Analysis of including Article 35A in the Indian Constitution

Prof.Bhim Singh, Sr. Advocate The latest controversy has been brought on the horizon by the politicians and the media vis-à-vis the mandate of Chapter-III in the Indian Constitution regarding the scope of Fundamental Rights incorporated in Article 12 to Article 35 of the Indian Constitution. There is no dispute on the fact and law that […] Read more

Pak elections and the aftermath!

Pak elections and the aftermath!

Dr. Nutan K. Resutra Besides IIFA 2018, the only other thing that was watched with a mixture of interest and concern in the Indian Sub-Continent was the election scenario in Pakistan, less of former and more of the latter. Let me admit it frankly: I am not a political analyst, or an expert on Indo-Pak […] Read more

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Hostile Bhakti

Hostile Bhakti

The beauty of Indic thought lies in its ability to synthesise seemingly irreconcilable ideas. A case in point is the idea of Vidvesha Bhakti, hostile love. The object of all enterprises of all living beings at all times in birth after birth... Read more

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