Education is one thing which is very important for ones overall development and growth. It plays a vital role in shaping up a good human being with a good future. Since Macaulay introduced formal education in our country at the time of the Raj, this formal system has come a long way. From changes in the syllabus of the existing subjects to the introduction of new subjects, this dynamic field has witnessed many attempts aimed at its improvement for the betterment of the whole society. One such change which the government wants to bring in right now is the introduction of sex education.
Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh, RSS or Sangh as it is popularly known, is undoubtedly one of the most important organization prevailing in this country. With over 25,000 Shakhas around the country and a base in almost 90 countries around the world, it is the biggest non government organization present on the face of this earth. Founded by Dr. KESHAVARAO BALI RAM HEDGEWAR at Nagpur on 27th September, Vijayadashmi day of 1925, it still is growing steadily and going strong. Continue reading “An Insight into Sangh”
This June, I celebrated the 1st anniversary. Anniversary of what if you bother to ask? After many failed attempts finally I succeeded in continuing my visit to the local gym and that too for a complete year. Now that is another thing that after looking at me you will not believe, simply because my physique or lack of physique [as I should call it] shows no sign of me going to the gym, why? That’s another story. . . Continue reading “Working-IT-Out”
Everywhere in this world a situation of total chaos prevails. Around the globe a lot of people are being killed due to the terrorist activities. Everyone writes and talks a lot about global terrorism and the menace it has turned into. Everyone looks to be concerned about the innocent lives which are being lost every day in these attacks and everyone wants the world to be free from this demon.
Kafeel Ahmed is an aeronautical engineer who went to school and college in Bangalore, before moving to Britain. His brother and cousin, both are doctors, also from Bangalore. Ever heard about them? I am sure you have. In past few days we all must have heard about these Britain based Indians, who have undoubtedly make a mark in the world of terrorism. Now take your mind back to those who were arrested after the incidence of Mumbai train blasts took place. Continue reading “Saffron Brigade- A threat?”
We Indians are living in a state where religion always draw some forbidden lines, it has been creating barriers within the people, post 92 era has seen unmatched tension between muslim and hindu clergy. Operation Blue Star in golden temple saw murder of then prime minister Indira Gandhi and what followed is known by every sikh, but here i am not writing about how religion is causing arguments and anger to develop what i am about to write is a very pleasing truth.
Continue reading “Religion For Mankind”
One may say that India is a land of controversies. Wake up in the morning and first thing we need to do is getting ourselves acclimatized to a whole new scenario of disputes. I do not think that it will be any exaggeration in saying that we Indians know the art of creating controversies. One such controversy which is there in the lime light nowadays is that of ‘Sethu Samudram’. Continue reading “Do we really need Ram Sethu?”
As they say weddings in India are a very grand affair. Pegged at Rs. 50,000 crores, this industry is growing at a robust 25% . . . . . . Business worth crores of rupees is done daily during the peak season. But this is an entirely different story and m not here to discuss about all the economics involved in BIG FAT INDIAN WEDDINGS. . . . . Continue reading “Weddings. . . .”
In the recent days Indian media both electronic and print have been showing, how an American citizen Sunita Williams made a record breaking stay at international space center, media was constantly increasing it number of followers by repeatedly reporting that how difficult it was for the ship Atlantis on earth and how prayer of million Indian families made that space ship finally land on earth. NASA may not agree Continue reading “MADE IN INDIA??”
On the afternoon of May 9th, Niraj Jain, an advocate and BJP activist, led a gang of Hindu supremacist thugs from the Vishwa Hindu Parishad [VHP] in invading the Maharaja Sayajirao University (MSU) fine arts faculty, manhandling Chandramohan Srilamantula, and tearing down paintings and art installations exhibited in the annual appraisal show for final-year students. The Hindu supremacists also hurled abuses at faculty and students. The authorities at the university suspended the acting Dean of the fine arts faculty, Shivaji Panikkar.
It was year 1780 when James Hickey started the 1st ever newspaper in Indian history, The Bengal Gazette. His press was seized just after 2 years of operation for his open criticism of British policies and exposing the corrupt behaviour of the officials.
Continue reading “Press Coming of Age”
In this web of world wide web, where there are already millions and billions of websites, then who cares about another crazy site, with an equally crazy name, ‘Zhagdoo’, which must be about some or the other crazy stuff which people nowadays do on net more enthusiastically then anything else on this planet. Isn’t it? It seems like this to me atleast.
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