society

  • Modern India and The Slaughter of Science

    India is the largest democracy in the world, having a population of 133.92 crores (as of 2017). This vast population comprises of a number of people belonging to different religions, castes and tribes. This complex amalgamation of different ideologies, beliefs and

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  • My Thoughts on the Documentary "Daughter of India"

    Entire India is agog with the news that a documentary film has been made on the subject on the 16 December rape of a 23 year old girl in a moving bus in Delhi. Almost all news channels led by Arnab Goswami of the Times News have slotted special discussions and debates on this documentary, which

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  • National Daughters Day

    The National Daughters Day 

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  • Need for common language for communication in India ?

    We have seen in India there is lot of discrimination on basis of language. If you go to Andhra or Telangana then Telugu people will be preferred if you go to Tamil Nadu then Tamil speaking people are given preference. Similarly in Karnataka - Kannada speaking people and in West Bengal -Bengali

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  • North Korea- A Dangerous Nuclear Power

    The Dictator in Making 

    Whenever I read North Korean dictator threatening South Korea and America with atomic weapons I feel like laughing aloud although this is not a matter of laughing. The way Kim Jong-un leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea talks and keeps

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  • OBOR China : Reason to worry for Pakistan ?

    China's OBOR(One Belt One Road) initiative can be a reason of concern for Pakistan because in past China helped to build Hambantota port in Sri Lanka but when Sri Lankan government could not pay back the debt , China acquired the port. Pakistan's economy is also not in good shape so it will be

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  • Old beliefs and their scientific reasons

    Many of our ancestral beliefs,customs and practices have a scientific or logical explaination. Jotting down a few here. Plz add on if you are aware of any more.

    1. Should not cut nails at night:: in olden days sources of light were minimal so it was adviced to refrain from cutting nails

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  • Oneer Tm :: Provision for safe drinking water

    Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has developed Oneer TM which can provide clean filtered drinking water. This is particularly targeted for rural areas where we do not get clean and pure drinking water. The output cost of clean water will be around 2 paise / litre. It will be

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  • our language

    Is hindi official language of india 

  • Palau - The first country to ban sunscreen lotions

    According to an estimate, every year around 14000 tonnes of sunscreen lotion gets washed into the oceans when the people who use these lotions, enter into sea for swimming or fun. The sunscreen contains various harmful chemicals which can damage the Corals reef in the ocean. Palau has become

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  • Passive Euthanasia legalised in India

    Passive Euthanasia has been legalised in India in which it is legal to remove life support of Individual whi is in permanent vegetative state for very long time. Every country has different laws for Euthanasia. In India Euthanasia was legalised in March 2018 as a result of Aruna Shabaug case.

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  • Promises made by Vasundhara Raje Govt

    Vasundhara Raje's Government has promised to give money to buy mobile phone and also for internet connection in her campaign. She even went on to waive loans up to Rs 2 Lac for backward classes and promised a scooter to eligible people in her recent campaign. Don't you think that giving such

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  • Protect the Freedom of Expression on the Internet

    The internet has increased financial and creative prosperity in a way that was unimaginable in the past.

    The internet has brought great resources, allowing not only established industries more circulation channel over a wider geographical area but it has helped individuals, through

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  • Railway accident in Amritsar

    In incident has happened which has brought shame on Indian railways. Yesterday when people in Amritsar were celebrating Dussehra festival , a train run over around 60 people killing all 60 and injuring many others. This incident has again opened the debate of unsafe railway lines / crossing.

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  • Reduced poverty index in India

    According to United Nations Development Program, poor people in Indian have been reduced by 271 million. According to report by UNDP, in the decade between 2005-06 to 2015-16 , the Multidimensional Poverty Index (MDI) in India is halved from 54.7 % to 27.5 %. 

  • Relevance of Gandhian Principles in Today's Time

    Do you think that Gandhian Principles of Non-Violence , simple living, saying truth in all situation are valid and relevant in today's world ? If anyone follows this principle today , people call him fool. Some times if you tell only truth, it will bring danger to your job in corporate sector.

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  • Religions and Trees

    Can you imagine that one can relate trees to a particular religion?

    The Shiv Sena has demanded that the BMC plant trees like peepal and banyan that are holy and sacred to Hindu culture across the

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  • Reservation & Its Misinterpretation

    Reservation & its Misinterpretation

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  • Rethinking water usage

    Few days back it was all Chennai in the news for water scarcity and now the news is flowing about the floods in various parts of our country like Kerela, Mumbai Etc. Where on one hand in Chennai it was costing a lot to even have water to drink; on the other hand people are dying because of

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  • Rising stress levels in Indian private sector

    People in Indian private sector especially the IT sector are facing high stress levels. In past 6 months itself I read few suicide cases of people who used to work in IT sector. Actually the way people work in India is not ethical. People in India continuously try to pull other people down

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