Archive for May, 2011

AN EXHILARATING TRIP TO DHARAMSHALA

May 22, 2011
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I have just returned from an exhilarating trip to Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh). Some time back H.H. the Dalai Lama had come to my residence at Prithviraj Road, New Delhi. He had suggested then that I visit his place at Dharamshala some day.   I had been wanting for long to visit this place which he has made his home ever since he along with tens of thousands of other Tibetans have been forced to flee Tibet. As I had mentioned in one of my earlier blogs, I had last met the Dalai Lama at Rishikesh during the Kumbh Mela in 2010, and I had been deeply impressed by his innate goodness and more so, by his childlike simplicity. So, when a fortnight back, my Lok Sabha colleague and our party’s Youth Wing Chief Anurag Thakur invited me to come to Dharamshala on 17th May to watch an IPL cricket match … Continue reading AN EXHILARATING TRIP TO DHARAMSHALA

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धर्मशाला की आनन्ददायक यात्रा

May 22, 2011
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मैं हाल ही में धर्मशाला की आनन्ददायक यात्रा करके लौटा हूं। कुछ समय पूर्व प.पू. दलाई लामा नई दिल्ली के पृथ्वीराज रोड स्थित मेरे निवास पर आए थे। तब उन्होंने सुझाया था कि कभी मैं उनके स्थान धर्मशाला आऊं।   मैं वहां जाने की काफी दिनों से इच्छा रखता था जिसे उन्होंने तिब्बत से निर्वासित होने के बाद अपने सैकड़ों तिब्बतियों के साथ इसे अपना घर बनाया है। जैसाकि मैंने अपने पूर्ववर्ती ब्लॉग में लिखा था कि दलाई लामा से मेरी अंतिम भेंट सन् 2010 के कुंभ मेले के दौरान ऋषिकेश में हुई थी और मैं उनकी सहज अच्छाईयों और उससे भी ज्यादा उनकी बालसुलभ सादगी पर गहराई से प्रभावित रहा हूं। अत: जब लोकसभा में मेरे सहयोगी और हमारी पार्टी के युवा मोर्चा के अध्यक्ष अनुराग ठाकुर ने 17 मई को बंगलौर और पंजाब के बीच खेले जाने वाला आईपीएल क्रिकेट मैच धर्मशाला में देखने को आमंत्रित किया तो … Continue reading धर्मशाला की आनन्ददायक यात्रा

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1989 : A TURNING POINT IN POLITICAL HISTORY

May 16, 2011
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Francis Fukuyama is a bright political thinker but many disagreed with him when in 1992 he wrote a book titled “The End of History and the Last Man”, in which he observed:   “What we may be witnessing is not just the end of the Cold war, or the passing of a particular period of post-war history, but the end of history as such: that is, the end point of the mankind’s ideological evolution and universalisation of Western liberal democracy as the final form of human government.”   In the context of the last round of Assembly elections in our country whose results have been announced last week, the most significant result is the end of CPI (M) rule in West Bengal.   The left front led by CPI (M) has been in office in West Bengal since 1977. No other party has had the good fortune of ruling any … Continue reading 1989 : A TURNING POINT IN POLITICAL HISTORY

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