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Britney Spears Is Coming-back! By Pradeep Thakur
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Not long ago, most of the entertainment world had written Britney Spears off as a celebrity flameout. But in June 2010, Spears was ranked sixth on Forbes list of the 100 Most Powerful and Influential... More > celebrities in the world; she is also ranked as the third most powerful musician in the world. According to concert trade publication Pollstar, “The Circus Starring Britney Spears” tour grossed more than $130 million. Spears took in still more from tour merchandise and another greatest hits album, “The Singles Collection.” She really made $64 million last year (June 1 2009 to June 2010). The lead single “Hold It Against Me” of her upcoming album, premiered on January 10, 2011, set the record for most radio plays in one day in the United States, and was expected the track to sell over 400,000 copies in the US its first week. So, it is very clear now that Britney Spears is coming back—slowly but surely—on the path to achieve her lost glory.< Less
ANNA HAZARE: The ‘Gandhi’ of 21st Century By Pradeep Thakur
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He calls himself a "fakir" a man who has no family, no property no bank balance, and wears only khadi. Anna Hazare starts an agitation; every leader from Mumbai to Delhi sits up and takes... More > notice. His small frail body has taken several blows from the countless agitations, tours and hunger strikes he has undertaken since he came in public life in 1975. Today, Anna Hazare is the face of India's fight against corruption, and regarded as "The Gandhi of 21st centry', because countrymen feels that he is fighting for to realize Gandhijee's drem of SWARAJ and sustainable economic development based on MODEL VILLAGE. Anna Hazare has soldiered on relentless, from one battle to another in his war against corruption. He fought from the front to have Right to Information (RTI) implemented. He is now fighting for the implementation of the Jan Lokpal Bill.< Less
Kabir's Poems By Pradeep Thakur
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Kabir is a very important figure in Indian history. He is unusual in that he is spiritually significant to Hindus, Sikhs, and Muslims alike. Kabir openly criticized all sects and gave a new... More > direction to the Indian philosophy. Kabir touches the soul, the conscience, the sense of awareness and the vitality of existence in a manner that is unequalled in both simplicity and style. Kabir’s Poem is the adopted selection of the best of his 100 Poems; originally the “Song of Kabir”, translated by Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, the great author of Gitanjali and the first non-European Nobel laureate by earning the 1913 Prize in Literature.< Less
ANNA HAZARE: The ‘Gandhi’ of 21st Century By Pradeep Thakur
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He calls himself a "fakir" a man who has no family, no property no bank balance, and wears only khadi. Anna Hazare starts an agitation; every leader from Mumbai to Delhi sits up and takes... More > notice. His small frail body has taken several blows from the countless agitations, tours and hunger strikes he has undertaken since he came in public life in 1975. Today, Anna Hazare is the face of India's fight against corruption, and regarded as "The Gandhi of 21st centry', because countrymen feels that he is fighting for to realize Gandhijee's drem of SWARAJ and sustainable economic development based on MODEL VILLAGE. Anna Hazare has soldiered on relentless, from one battle to another in his war against corruption. He fought from the front to have Right to Information (RTI) implemented. He is now fighting for the implementation of the Jan Lokpal Bill.< Less
The Recognition of Shakuntala (Abhijnanasakuntalam) By Pradeep Thakur et al.
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The legend of the exquisitely beautiful Shakuntala and the mighty king Dushyant is a thrilling love story from the epic Mahabharata, which the great ancient poet Kalidasa retold in his immortal play... More > Abhijnanashakuntalam. The play was the first Indian drama to be translated into a Western language, by Sir William Jones in 1789. In the next 100 hundred years, there were at least 46 translations in twelve European languages. But translation by Arthur William Ryder (March 8, 1877 – March 21, 1938), a professor of Sanskrit at the University of California, Berkeley, is the best one, adapted in this book.< Less
ABHIJNANSAKUNTALAM (The Recognition of Sakuntala) Improvised Edition By Pradeep Thakur et al.
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The legend of the exquisitely beautiful Shakuntala and the mighty king Dushyant is a thrilling love story from the epic Mahabharata, which the great ancient poet Kalidasa retold in his immortal play... More > Abhijnanashakuntalam. The play was the first Indian drama to be translated into a Western language, by Sir William Jones in 1789. In the next 100 hundred years, there were at least 46 translations in twelve European languages. But translation by Arthur William Ryder (March 8, 1877 – March 21, 1938), a professor of Sanskrit at the University of California, Berkeley, is the best one, adapted in this book.< Less
ABHIJNANSAKUNTALAM (The Recognition of Sakuntalam) Improvised Edition By Pradeep Thakur et al.
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The legend of the exquisitely beautiful Shakuntala and the mighty king Dushyant is a thrilling love story from the epic Mahabharata, which the great ancient poet Kalidasa retold in his immortal play... More > Abhijnanashakuntalam. The play was the first Indian drama to be translated into a Western language, by Sir William Jones in 1789. In the next 100 hundred years, there were at least 46 translations in twelve European languages. But translation by Arthur William Ryder (March 8, 1877 – March 21, 1938), a professor of Sanskrit at the University of California, Berkeley, is the best one, adapted in this book.< Less
ABHIJNANSAKUNTALAM (The Recognition of Sakuntala) Improvised Edition By Pradeep Thakur et al.
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The legend of the exquisitely beautiful Shakuntala and the mighty king Dushyant is a thrilling love story from the epic Mahabharata, which the great ancient poet Kalidasa retold in his immortal play... More > Abhijnanashakuntalam. The play was the first Indian drama to be translated into a Western language, by Sir William Jones in 1789. In the next 100 hundred years, there were at least 46 translations in twelve European languages. But translation by Arthur William Ryder (March 8, 1877 – March 21, 1938), a professor of Sanskrit at the University of California, Berkeley, is the best one, adapted in this book.< Less

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