Posted: 12.06.2006
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
The Delhi Declaration was followed by reflections and observations by Dr. Delmer T. Robinson, Shri Gulab Chand Kataria, Prof V.S Vyas, Yuvacharya Mahashramanji, Acharya Mahapragyaji, Prof. Dayanand Bhargava, Dr. Ved Prakash and Swamini Parmananda Saraswati.
Posted: 11.06.2006
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
Followed by the Samanigaan, Dr. S. L. Gandhi delivered the welcome address. The Delhi Declaration was then read out by Dr. Ashok Bapna, Organizing General Secretary of the Conference and Director, IILM Jaipur. The Declaration is as follows:
Posted: 10.06.2006
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
Shri R.L. Vajpai presented the paper titled “ Economics of Non-Violence - From Perception, Preaching to Practice ”.
Posted: 09.06.2006
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
Dr. Hema Pokharna , a biochemist by profession, presented a paper titled “ Non-violent Communication and Social Change ”.
Posted: 08.06.2006
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
Samani Mangal Pragya spoke on “ Non-violence Training as a Pathway to Sustainable Living ”.
Posted: 07.06.2006
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
“We must not believe that any economic, political, military or any other system will bring peace and prosperity to the world. Only a rising level of consciousness of humanity can bring about transformation that will make this possible”
Posted: 06.06.2006
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
“Economics is a normative social science for managing this planet, abounding in natural, human and manufactured resources in such a way so as to guarantee the basic needs of all the beings of the planet, means for sustenance, including for animals and plants a sound habitat, thus ensuring their mental, spiritual, physical and psychological well being.”
Posted: 05.06.2006
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
Dr. Shah spoke on “ Poverty and Environmental Pollution - Challenges to the Vision of a Sustainable World ”. Dr. Shah visualized sustainable development as a holistic concept encompassing not merely economic development, but also social, political and spiritual development... She mentioned that there is a social and cultural terrorism happening in the urban areas as a euphemism of developmental projects...
Posted: 04.06.2006
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
The title of Dr. M.P. Lele's paper was “ Convergence of Values: Spiritual, Political and Economic ”. He spoke in Gandhian perspective describing Mahatma Gandhi as a unique personality combining saintliness with politics. Going through a Growth-Development Model cannot result in a sustainable society. The companies and countries are judged by their growth rates and any decline in growth rate is deemed as a...
Posted: 03.06.2006
By Dr. Ashok Bapna
Prof. Shah said that he felt alarmed and threatened by the level of Global warming, a by-product of rampant industrialization. Injudicious industrialization can put a big question mark on sustainability of the world. At one point of time there may not be a world in existence. Not controlling the global warming and Green House Effect can have following adverse consequences... To sustain the world, there is no...

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