Participation of G. Papandreou in International Seminar for Mahatma Gandhi[:]Ο Γιώργος Παπανδρέου σε Διεθνές Συνέδριο για τον Μαχάτμα Γκάντι

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The Chairman the Socialist International and PASOK Mr. George Papandreou travelled on the 29th January 2007  to New Delhi  in order to honour with his participation one of the greatest personalities of the 20th century and the historical leader of India, Mahatma Gandhi. The visit took place during the International Conference on Mahatma Gandhi’s vision …

Gandhi’s stand, that inspired so many, was a moral one[:]Ο αγώνας του Γκάντι διαπαιδαγώγηση για ανθρώπινες αξίες

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Speech by G. Papandreou New Delhi, India, 29 January 2007 Address by George A. Papandreou at the Conference “Peace, Nonviolence, Empowerment – Gandhian philosophy in the 21st Century” “Ms. Chairwoman, Your Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, dear friends, Gandhi has inspired my generation at a younger age and, as Francesco Rutelli said, this was something which …

Gandhi’s stand, that inspired so many, was a moral one[:]Gandhi’s stand, that inspired so many, was a moral one

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Speech by G. Papandreou New Delhi, India, 29 January 2007 Address by George A. Papandreou at the Conference “Peace, Nonviolence, Empowerment – Gandhian philosophy in the 21st Century” “Ms. Chairwoman, Your Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, dear friends, Gandhi has inspired my generation at a younger age and, as Francesco Rutelli said, this was something which …

THE MUSICIAN FROM NEW DELHI[:]THE MUSICIAN FROM NEW DELHI

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The Musician From New Delhi by Dennis Dinopoulos   It has five strings, but there are no grooves, nor incisions on the ‘Sarood’ to guide her fingers. The notes are sturdy bunch, initially heavy-headed. She likes to accommodate them up her sleeve, as she allow her fingers to do the searching, up down the strings, …

ON VEDIC MATHEMATICS: NIKHILAM SUTRA ON MULTIPLICAT

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Christina Apostolopoulou     The Vedas, the most ancient of the Indian scriptures, are four in number: Rg, Yajur, Sama and Atharva, but they also have the four Upavedas and the six Vedangas, all of which form an indivisible corpus of knowledge. The Sthapatya, Upaveda of Atharva, comprise all kinds of architectural and structural human …