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    The higher and truer Hinduism is also of two kinds, sectarian and unsectarian, disruptive and synthetic, that which binds itself up in the aspect and that which seeks the All. The first is born of rajasic or tamasic attachment to an idea, an experience, an opinion or set of opinions, a temperament, an attitude, a particular guru, a chosen Avatar. This attachment is intolerant, arrogant, proud of a little knowledge, scornful of

  • Cruel betrayal: Cricket’s heart breaks Down Under

    Sydney : Being Australia’s cricket captain is widely seen as the second most important job in the country behind prime minister. Many would argue it holds even more prestige.

  • Ball tampering ways: Mint, mud & teeth

    New Delhi : Teeth, zipper, mint and add sandpaper to it now, the desperation to extract reverse swing in unfavourable conditions has driven international teams to find bizarre ways to tamper the ball.

  • How can convicted  persons decide on candidates, asks SC

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Monday wondered as to  how convicted persons, who are barred from electoral politics, can decide candidates in polls and ensure maintenance of probity in public life.

  • Maya hints at SP-BSP tie-up in 2019

    Lucknow : Clearly indicating that her ‘friendship’ with the Samajwadi Party would continue, BSP president Mayawati on Monday met the party’s coordinators to apprise them of “new strategy” to defeat the BJP in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, party leaders said.

  • Michael Clarke bats for Smith

    Sydney : Former captain Michael Clarke urged a furious sporting public today to forgive Steve Smith over the cheating scandal that has plunged Australian cricket into crisis.

  • Sunrisers to wait & watch: Laxman

    Hyderabad : Amid doubts over David Warner’s participation in the Indian Premier League, Sunrisers Hyderabad mentor VVS Laxman on Monday said the franchise would wait for Cricket Australia’s decision on the player, who finds himself embroiled in a ball tampering controversy.

  • INX media case: SC extends protection to Karti till April 2

    New Delhi : The Supreme Court on Monday extended the interim protection against arrest to Karti Chidambaram, granted by the Delhi High Court in the INX Media money laundering case, till April 2.

  • YSR Cong MPs to quit over special status to Andhra

    Amaravati : All MPs of the YSR Congress Party (YSRCP) will resign immediately if Parliament is adjourned sine die without an announcement over the issue of special status to Andhra Pradesh, a party leader said on Monday.

  • Sponsors ‘deeply concerned’ over scandal

    Sydney : Cricket Australia was under mounting pressure to act decisively from key sponsors on Monday who voiced “deep concern” over a cheating scandal that has rocked the sport and damaged its reputation.

  • Arcelor moves NCLT over Essar bid

    Mumbai : ArcelorMittal has challenged the committee of creditors’ last week decision to reject its bid for Essar Steel on technical grounds at the Ahmedabad bench of the NCLT, the company said in a statement on Monday.

  • Pervez Musharraf

    Security issues sees Musharraf postpone his return to Pak

    Islamabad : Pakistan’s former dictator Pervez Musharraf, ordered to appear before a special court in a high treason case, has postponed his return to the country citing security concerns, according to a media report on Monday.