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January 2015 Question of the Month: What are the top risks and ethical decisions for 2015?

Posted by Carnegie Council on January 6, 2015 at 5:36pm 1 Comment

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Happy New Year GEN Members! Carnegie Council will be continuing its “Question of the Month” series where we ask GEN members from around the world to share their thoughts and engage in cross-cultural dialogue on some of the important ethical questions facing the globe.

This month we want to hear your predictions for 2015. What do you think will be the top risks and ethical decisions facing the international community in 2015? Comment below to share you…

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Rage in the Jungle, Raj on the Street by Kailash Tripathi-an interaction

Posted by JAYASREE ROY on January 25, 2015 at 6:05am 0 Comments

'Rage in the Jungle, Raj on the Street ‘-is a thriller that seeks to look at the problem of terrorism prevailing in India from a different dimension, looks at the judicial loopholes prevailing in India and it’s far reaching effects.

The book blurb says-

'Rage in the Jungle, Raj on the Street’ , is a story that captures the essence of a group of people caught in a strange predicament. Political activist Neema unwittingly puts her family a widowed mother, old husband, a little daughter - in jeopardy, while pursuing Buddha, the encounter specialist, for his false encounters. Buddha, with his dogmatic belief in an extreme definition of patriotism, was tempted to stage false encounters on a terrorist couple. Chased by his pursuers, he finds himself in an awkward place, which he must have not dreamed of in…

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Pirates of Bollywood by Kalyan C. Kankanala-an interaction

Posted by JAYASREE ROY on January 24, 2015 at 1:31am 0 Comments

This book is a gripping tale of suspense and thrill set in the backdrop of Indian film industry.

What the book blurb says about the book?

A Tale of Piracy and Conspiracy



"Kill Piracy, Save Creativity." Shan, the biggest film producer in Bollywood, launches a first of its kind revolutionary offensive against pirates. It echoes all over India and begins to gain momentum. The pirates are pushed against the wall and brought to their knees everywhere, from courts to streets. Inspired by the overwhelming start, Shan presses ahead for the kill, but the pirates swiftly re-group and launch a vicious counter attack.



Arjun, a gifted and socially conscious Intellectual Property lawyer, acclaimed for his single handed victory in a highly publicized pharma patent case, visits Bombay to…

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City of nine gates by Pankaj Rajput

Posted by JAYASREE ROY on January 24, 2015 at 12:47am 0 Comments

For ages, human soul has searched for the true identity. The quest has always targeted towards transition from the ignorance to the truth, from darkness to light and from death to immortality! When that journey ends, human soul discovers the inner self. Self knowledge is all encompassing. Throughout the ages this quest led men to leave all other physical attractions of life like a snake sheds its skin. Siddhartha had left everything –his loving wife, his adorable son, his kingdom all, in attraction of being Bodhisatta. To this man no external light was required as the eternal light within his mind was capable of showing him the way in the darkest of paths. When you discover who you are you get the realization that thee- I have the power within me. No earthy attraction can bind you-you are the power above all powers. This is self realization when no more vices can be committed by him, anger, lust and all other hindrance no more can influence you. This is inner…

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CIA insider explains al Qaeda's "great victory"

Started by Ratnesh Dwivedi Jan 19. 0 Replies

Mike Morell, the former acting director of the CIA, says that while the U.S. has been able to decimate al Qaeda's leadership, the group has still managed to grow and carry out attacks. cr471-rose-morell-pretape-mike-isoframe10225.jpg CBS News senior…Continue

Why can't we just get along?

Started by Precious Ropafadzo Chiduku Jan 12. 0 Replies

Is it too much to ask for? That we be at peace with each other and just thrive to develop our planet and everything else far beyond. Please read the article below and let me know what you think...…Continue

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