ssed and dis-turbed. Individuals can debase individuals butGovernments which base their policies on power andopportunism can brutalize whole peoples. We can-not go on piling armaments indefinitely and condi-tioning men's minds for war without exposin
ltural relations in the past and present 1961 Japan in China: her motives and aims Japan industrial power of Asia Japan, Embassy of India, Tokyo 1960 and 1961: economic and commercial conditions Japan: culture education, and change in two communities
ed all doubts in Sri Lanka about India's commitment to itsunity and territorial integrity. The once powerful Sinhala chauvinist,pseudo-Marxist and anti-Indian Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna was badly mauled inthis month's parliamentary election. The blood
a rich imagina-tion and a quick sensibility to beauty and feel-ing; and beyond all this, the magic power ofbringing to life whatever she lays a finger on."+ No. Am. 189: 776. My. '09. 420w."Painstaking volumes."+ R. of Rs. 39:507. Ap. '09. 80w."Mrs.
uildings at MAndu (1617), I, pt. i,373'Abdul Kaiim : giandson of Bahlol Khln, suc-ceeds to supreuie power at BijApur ; opposesthe Mughals with vigour, I, pt. ii, 653, 665 jattacks PatihiU (1674), XXIV, 314; makes atreaty with the Mughals (1675), I, p
liation between the Tamil minority and the Sinhalese majority. Not long ago, it stood for devolving power to provinces in a federal structure. True, the two communities have no other option except to co-exist, as they have been doing all these years.
nalities in Sri lanka. Singhalese are majoriety(70%) in Sri lanka.So following days theygot major empowermentin politics at parliment.So following days tamils left their rights in the country. specially Singhales were majoriety in Gouvernment jobs,Un
s best for me to do. There is so much misery and error inthe world which I see I could have immense power to set varioushuman influences against, by giving up my science and art, and1 See the '^ General Plan of Our Fathers have TM Us*' given in the v
anal board 52; performs,1828, as one of his chief mourners ! 55 ; voteswith the immortal 17 to keep power from thepeople 57 ; votes for party bank charters 87 ;tree banks and 137-8 ; his state pet bank system139 ; buys 3 walls of a house 147 ; on his
said that these little obstacles would not affect him. He said that although the government had the power to take away his ranks, they will never be able to take away the pride and happiness he felt every time he achieved them. He said that no matter