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Sudhir K Singh

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A Consulting Editor of Sirf News, Sudhir K Singh is a senior journalist, columnist: Mostly an independent journalist since 2010; was senior editor, The Equator Line (TEL), The New Indian Express; associated with the Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Research Foundation; counsellor for LanXess, Edelman; chief of bureau (Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh), Asian Age; senior assistant editor, The Times Of India; resident editor/edition-in-charge, TOI Patna; launched TOI Calcutta edition before being appointed ex officio chief of bureau, Madhya Pradesh; special correspondent, The Pioneer, Calcutta; deputy news editor, Business And Political Observer; corporate communications manager, Guest Keen Williams; edited and reported for The Statesman in Calcutta; wrote cover stories and did book reviews for the paper's Sunday magazine, Miscellany; began journalistic career with The Telegraph

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World Hindu Economic Forum: Business secrets...

WHEF founder Swami Vigyanananda says the Hindu worldview of looking askance at materialism and downplaying the importance of money (or filthy lucre) is partly responsible for the lack of muscle as a community

CEI, body using spiritual tools for...

The organisation could scarcely have come so far so soon without Guru Lahiri's 'samagra samriddhi mahasadhana' — a spiritual tonic for composite enrichment, not confined to financial betterment — says the CEO of CEI

Gaur: Vajpayee Of Madhya Pradesh BJP

It was from Govindpura that Gaur began his working life as a contract labourer in the local textile mill, simultaneously pursuing his studies

Hindu Docility Hinders Hindutva Even In...

An otherwise minor incident in the Jhalawar district of Rajasthan assumes significance for the sheer meekness with which a large Hindu crowd submitted to a political strongman

Raja and Maharaja felled in brutal...

Digvijaya Singh had to lose Bhopal for the sake of ideology while defeating Jyotiraditya Scindia in his hitherto impregnable bastion Guna was equally sweet for the Sangh

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