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Published: Mon, 20 Nov 2017 19:30:04 GMT

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Confessions of a vegetarian of sorts
'When you are a vegetarian who isn't terribly fond of cottage cheese, choices become somewhat limited, but I have never understood why everyone also conspires to gang up against the vegetable eater?' asks Kishore Singh.



Of Indira, Of India!
'It is from her that present-day political stalwarts continue to draw lessons on testing the limits of Constitutional democracy, and whose slogans even her party's staunchest opponents imitate even after over 30 years of her death,' says Veenu Sandhu.



Never forget the Heroes of Rezang La
'Why isn't the story of the valiant 13th Kumaon a part of every child's textbooks?'



Let soldiers be soldiers, General Rawat
'When the government says the army will make a bridge, what does it mean?'



No chemo, she said
'It takes massive courage and clarity to choose quality over time.'



India will always remember Indira with gratitude
'She preserved national unity against great odds.'



Indira's greatest triumph was not Bangladesh
'According to me, her finest hour was in 1983-1984 when she neutralised a combined US-Pakistan-British conspiracy to Balkanise India by creating an independent Sikh State of Khalistan,' says Colonel Anil A Athale (retd).



Ever celebrated a Virtual Diwali?
'I sat in the grass with avatars or 3D digital bodies controlled by others, reminiscing about phuljharis and chakhris, gazing up at fireworks programmed earlier in the day,' says Ashish Sharma.



Why cash flow analysis is essential for India Inc
Cash flow-based analysis should throw up businesses better able to survive the transient effects of a working capital crunch, says Devangshu Datta.



Know what Modi's real problem is?
'Today the real issue facing the Modi government is not about investment, credit and money supply and all those things economists like to talk about.' 'It is whether your average citizen has confidence in the government not to do something utterly whacky,' says T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan.