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Satish Bagal
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has been civil servant; teaches management; loves literature, history, philosophy;
has been civil servant; teaches management; loves literature, history, philosophy;

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This is a Book Review of "Deng Xiaoping and Transformation of China", an important biography of Deng Xiaoping written by Ezra Vogel. I wrote it as a Blog and published it today.
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Ezra Vogel : Deng Xiaoping and Transformation of Modern China
Professors at the Harvard
University are often foremost in exploring new subjects for writing books;
accordingly, during the last decade the Harvard University saw a frenzy of book
writing on China. Much of this resulted in a fairly good number of books on
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Steven Pinker's important argument about how Violence in Human History is Diminishing.
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Steven Pinker :Degenerate Past, Idyllic Present
      How
many times, during the last week, did you suffer from the anxious feeling: why
in general things are going from bad to worse? How many times were you beset by
a nasty thought that people are becoming disagreeable, dishonest and nasty as
compared t...
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This is book review of Milan Kundera's novel "Ignorance'
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This is a book review of Milan Kundera's novel "Ignorance"
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Book Review “Ignorance”: Milan Kundera
 Yearning to return to our native lands and original
places of abode is one of the strongest emotions that rules and drives us.  Nostalgia is thus a very noble and fundamental
emotion of human beings. But for Milan Kundera, who was born in Czechoslovakia
an...
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The Year of Lear: James Shapiro
I have never been a formal student of literature and never studied Shakespeare in class room. I read Shakespeare as I went along. And that's  greater reason  why I feel that Shakespeare is perhaps the world's greatest explorer of human nature. James Shapiro...
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