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"A human being should always be ready to prepare a second line defense in life and make it hard."
A Hindi language journalist who used to work in Navbharat Times, a leading newspaper in India, one day when the newspaper suddenly closed, he had no job then he started work in one of India's largest English newspaper Hindustan Times. He learned English and achieved success in spite of all the troubles.
The book “Muslim Siyasat” is based on the historical evidences of Hindu-Muslim conflict between the years 1885–1947 during the freedom struggle in India in which the role of hundreds of known and unknown Muslim personalities have been focused responsible in making of modern India and for the partition too. The demand of power on the basis of religion, caste and creed as well as reservation use to damage a country have been highlighted in this book very w
Deep Narayan Singh (1875-1935) of Bhagalpur district in Bihar was one of the inveterate travellers and best dressed Indian in 19th century. Besides engaging in public life, he travelled-both India and abroad and stayed many years in Europe. His travels abroad covered a period of not less than fifteen years. He was well informed Indian. It was no till 1920 that he met Mahatma Gandhi and he suddenly adopted Gandhian ideology. He donated his entire pro
This is the story of a journalist who used to work in one of India’s leading Hindi dailies. One fine day, the paper decided to shut shop, causing him to lose his job. Wandering aghast and worried in search of employment, the man chanced upon an opportunity to work with a well-reputed English newspaper. Not wanting to let it go, and also to save face, he geared up and learnt English and succeeded in his mission of becoming a reporter for them!