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published, the volume-2 after a year’s gap. Not to forget its ten different pre-1914 drafts. The Life Divine is the nucleus around which massive discourse will be woven like an expanding galaxy.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Baba Ramdev and Varun Gandhi adorning the headlines today indicates bankruptcy of politics in the country. Kumbh Mela and Mayawati's mala are pointers as to how people in
Monday, March 15, 2010
- The most common feature is spread (Joe Perez). Instead of replying to the point, just mention three or four additional facts and figures, every time.
- Drop an anecdote or recount what you had heard from Mr. so and so. And the aura of authenticity is unmistakable.
- An apt quotation is like a bomb. Hurl it and the opponent is instantly demolished.
- Replying to one person but simultaneously targeting several others is economy. Using metonymy comes handy here so also many other slants and codes.
- A rambling account by giving vent to too many things especially when one is provoked or sulks.
- Hijack the discussion by introducing more juicy and volatile topics.
- Delay in responding a query also kills zeal; either a dignified silence or a condescending poise.