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Year 6 Issue 66 December 2011

Socio-Political Article Regulars

968 To our Readers 970 Editorial 1062 The Fight to the Finish : Between Political Elites and the Civil Society

Science Article

1064 Embryonic Stem Cell Research : An Overview

News and Events

972 986 994 996 Nation this Month World this Month Regional News National and International Updates


1068 Compendium

Economic Terminology

1071 Topics/Issues of Current Relevance in the Banking and Financial Sector

Current Affairs

1011 Sports World 1016 Memorable Points 1018 Economic Scenario

Countries of the World : At a Glance

1073 Portugal

Annual Report 2010-11

1075 Present Scenario of Research and Development in Biotechnology : Scaling New Heights

Career News

1026 Employment and Career News 1027 Forthcoming Competitive Examinations 1028 Career Article : Preparation of Civil Services Examination Necessitates : Approach, Attention and Attachment

Profile : International Organisation

1078 European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) 1080 Current Questionnaire 1082 Trade and Industry

World Panorama

1031 1033 (i) India's Economic Diplomacy : New Directions (ii) Crisis in the Capitalist World

Question Papers Optional Papers

1084 UGC-NET/JRF Exam., 2010 : Law 1088 UGC-NET/JRF Exam., 2010 : Home Science

Great Philosopher

1035 Jean Jacques Rousseau

Other Papers

1093 Uttar Pradesh P.C.S. (Mains) Exam., 2010 : General Studies 1105 Associate Banks of S.B.I. PO Exam., 2011 : General Awareness, Marketing and Computers 1108 West Bengal P.S.C. Krishi Sahayak Exam., 2010 : General Studies 1114 SSC C.P.O. Sub-Inspector Exam., 2011 : General Knowledge and General Awareness 1117 Associate Banks of S.B.I. PO Exam., 2011 : Reasoning 1123 Bank Probationary Officers Common Written Exam., 2011 : Quantitative Aptitude 1129 Associate Banks of S.B.I. PO Exam., 2011 : Descriptive Test

Personality Development

1037 Hidden Power of your Mind

Inspiring Youth : Interviews

1039 Arindam Dakua Topper--Civil Services 2010 (32nd Rank) 1041 Shuchita Kishore Topper--Civil Services 2010 (39th Rank) 1044 Mir Mohammed Ali Topper--Civil Services 2010 (59th Rank)

Articles Indian Economy Articles

1047 India's Sugar Industry : Progress and Present Status 1049 Growth, Poverty Alleviation and Inequality

Trade and Commerce Article

1053 Aspects of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) in India : An Analysis 1130 1132 1135 1136 1140

Your Pages

Essay Contest Debate Contest Results Concentric Quiz Test Your Knowledge

International Politics Article

1058 Jasmine Revolution and Turmoil in the Arab World


By the road side, there is a caution--Be not in a hurry. It is better to be 5 minutes late here than to be 5 years early there. The caution, by implication, tells us that haste or hurry is likely to put an end to one's life. And in fact, it does happen at times. If one makes haste to cross the railway line, chances are that the train comes earlier than expected, people who try to board a moving train in a hurry, often fall down either on the platform or on the railway track. Generally, it is the habit of doing things at the eleventh hour, which makes people be in haste. A child prepares her or his school bag and is in hot hurry to reach the school, as only five minutes are left for the school gate to close. He leaves either some book, notebook or school bag and the like. The house lady is hastening to prepare food for her husband and in doing so her fingers get burnt or her saree catches fire. She pays a heavy price for being in a hurry. To what extent, haste may lend one in troubles, is clear enough for a blind man to read in this incident. A lady forgot to pick up her sleeping child, because she was in a hurry to catch the train. As good luck would have it, she realised her mistake just before the train was to move. A man could not find entry to the railway platform, as he had left the purse, containing his ticket for the journey. The same reason--he did so while he was in haste to reach the railway station in time. Innumerable incidents could be related or cited to show how persons suffer on account of making hurry. The harm done through haste is not easy to gauge, and it is rightly said that `haste is devil's work'. When the husband is in

hurry and he finds that his meal is not served, he gets furious and quarrels with his beloved wife. Both get grief-stricken and the husband is not able to concentrate on files in the office.



"I have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict justice."



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