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Awanish Sharan’s story that people should know

One of the most underrated positive aspects of the advent of privatisation and commercialisation in the Indian education system is that it has brought rampant efficiency and cut-throat competitiveness in the Indian schooling system. At that the mushrooming of...

Amarnath pilgrims: Victims of sinister politics

The dastardly attack on unarmed, innocent Amarnath Yatra pilgrims mostly from Gujarat wherein seven precious lives were lost and 19 others injured at Batingu in Jammu and Kashmir on July 10 last has shaken the conscious of the people of India. However, the resilience...

Promoting the Hindu Way of Life

Cow vigilantes linked to extremist Hindu groups affiliated to the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in India have taken up the cudgel for protecting their venerable “Gau Mata” from the killers. This devotion to protect cow has contributed to rise in vigilante...

Red Terror a big threat to nation’s security

In spite of having enough resources, cutting edge technologies, manpower, sophisticated weapons and nothing too strenuous training to combat guerrilla warfare, each attack by the Left Wing Extremists leaves the security forces aghast and the all-powerful governments...

The Ghost of Spirits

If anyone asks; what is a greater threat than war, civil unrest or natural disaster, obviously, I think, any Indian without the slightest hesitation will answer “The Govern-ment”. No exaggeration or doubt about it. Take a few incidents that plagued the country in the...

Kepler’s Law of Planetary Motion

Johannes Kepler, one of the pioneer astronomers, was the first man to develop three fundamental laws of planetary motion. This discovery introduced him as an eminent scientist in the world of science. Born in Weil in Wurttemberg (South Germany) on December 27, 1571,...

Modi remains matchless

In the landslide victory, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has not only won 312 out of 403 seats in India's biggest state assembly, the most politically critical of five state elections, whose results were announced on March 11, but has also...

Human greed strengthens monster of corruption

Water water everywhere But not a drop to drink This is the story of a sailor who when thirsty cannot quench his thirst although there were water everywhere. This song is about sea waters which sailors see in east, west, north and south standing on the deck of the...

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