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Moving forward on coal - Shyam Ponappa, Business Standard
Only 2 Indian institutes make it to top 300 in Times ranking - Kalpana Pathak, Business Standard
India, US extend 2005 defence pact for 10 yrs - Financial Express
Jet Airways, DGCA dispute lands pilots in trouble - Roudra Bhattacharya, FE
The Government has dished out the right growth appetisers - Ritika Mankar Mukherjee & Saurabh Mukherjea, Business Line
Markets’ rational complacency - Nouriel Roubini, Project Syndicate
Few teachers, lesser data - Anurag Behar, Mint
Karnataka tax dept issues notices to Amazon sellers - Mihir Dalal, Mint
India, US to set up Investment Initiative - S Rajagopalan, Pioneer
Global nuclear vendors’ India plans runs into Japanese hurdle - Anil Sasi, IE
Govt has ho business to be in business, says Modi - Vikas Dhoot, ET
A tale of two realities - AK Bhattacharya, Business Standard
Tata Motors: The car dream that turned sour - Krishna Kant, Business Standard
Modi, Obama discuss trade; US extends defence pact by 10 years - Nayanima Basu, Business Standard
NDA lights up Sivakasi's Diwali - Kumar Chellappan, Pioneer
Govt should compensate banks hit by coal block ruling: RBI - Economic Times
The e-Visible hand for a Digital push - Tushar Poddar, Economic Times
Fire burn, cauldron bubble? - Swaminathan S Anklesaria Aiyar, Economic Times
Modi’s CEO diplomacy to soon set the cash register ringing - Vikas Dhoot, ET
Top ten reasons for inflation decline - Surjit S Bhalla, Indian Express
Puducherry, Meghalaya top growth chart - Mahendra K Singh, Times of India
500 Indian cities to get US wash - Chidanand Rajghatta, Times of India
Jeff Bezos, Satya Nadella, now Mark Zuckerberg: America comes to India - ET
Modi, Obama bond over business, talk deeper ties - Yashwant Raj, HT
India should tap into US expertise in education, food processing and defence - Jyotsna Suri, Business Line
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An Englishman's description of “Hindoo” society, as he saw it in the early 1790s, when colonial system had not begun to extract and ravish the land and its indigenous frameworks, makes a fascinating reading of our collective self and capacities. In his “Sketches of the Hindoos” (1790, 1792), Q Craufurd, for example, noted that where the “destructive hand of the conqueror” had not fallen, the Hindoos, under their “native sovereigns” were “governed on principles of the most just and benevolent policy. In those countries (local principalities) the lands were highly cultivated; the towns and their manufacture flourish; the villages were composed of neat and commodious habitations, and filled with cheerful inhabitants; and wherever the eye turned, it beheld marks of the mild protection of the Government, and of ease and industry of the people.” Craufurd saw this especially in the southern parts, a region which had remained relatively insulated from invading hordes.
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