significance because there are NO OTHER OPTIONS, Solar and Wind renewables notwithstanding. Nuclear power with FUEL BREEDING is .. in effect .. a RENEWABLE ENERGY FORM .. that is both VERY CLEAN and AVAILABLE ON DEMAND unlike Solar and Wind energies.
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