by kothari.hardik | Tags: Awareness, Children, Education, Healthcare, Sex Education, Society, Youth
Over the past decade,there has been a desperate need for a system to better cope the children with the rising approachability of the internet nuisance, but expert advise to reduce ignorance amongst the innocent children has found stiff resistance from the restrictive mindset of the political arena.There is urgent attempt from the politicians to ban sex education from school,basing their thoughts on the grounds of culture and traditional lineage.Let the youth take charge and address the importance of sex education for a better and healthy tomorrow.
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by admin | Tags: APJ Abdul Kalam, Culture, Government, Law & Order, Politics
It was just as I thought it would be. Amidst all the rage over frisking of our former president, A P J Abdul Kalam himself never registered a protest. From whatever I have known of him through papers, one minor brush with him at the Ahmedabad airport following his visit to Gujarat after the 2002 [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava |
१० वर्ष पूर्व भारतीय सेना ने
नया इतिहास रचा था
कारगिल, बटालिक, द्रास की बर्फीली चोटियों से
दुश्मन को उखाड़ फेंका था
३ महीने के युद्ध में
वीर जवानों ने
घर, परिवार और प्राण
वतन पर कुर्बान कर दिया था
रणवीरों के देश प्रेम ने
नवीन आयाम लिख डाला था
उनकी गाथा अभिप्रेरण का स्रोत है
शौर्य और पराक्रम से सराबोर है
अस्तित्व वतन का
सरहद के रखवालों [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Armed Forces, Batalik, Drass, History, Kargil, Leadership, Society, Wars, Youth
TEN YEARS have passed since the Indian Armed Forces fought one of the toughest wars against Pakistani intruders at Kargil, Drass and Batalik. July 26 is Vijay Divas – and commemorates this victory. It was 26 July 1999 when the last of the Pakistan Army intruders beat a retreat leaving their fallen compatriots in uniform [...]
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by admin | Tags: AK Antony, Armed Forces, Leadership, Operation Vijay, Politics, Society, Wars, Youth
It used to be an eerie landmark; the tree I saw everyday in the summer of 1999, blackened and ripped by incessant bombing at the old brigade headquarters, is green again.
But much else has withered. The legacy of the Kargil war, one of the toughest wars of modern military history — far tougher than Iraq [...]
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by rohitbegwani | Tags: Awareness, Corruption, Elections, Politics, Society
” This Politician Doesn’t Deserve My Vote ”
” All politician suck big time. – (PJ) What ? ”
” All are corrupt , inefficient and India will always remain this way – Lets Shift to America , UK etc. ”
During the past few years I have met many people who are part of the system, and my opinion about this whole system and setup has undergone a sea change. I was always of opinion that the best way to solve India’s problems is to make all the politician stand in a line and then shoot some of them, so that the rest of them start working properly. Though I still feel that it could be one of the solutions but I have also realized that leaders are nothing but a true reflection of the people they represent (Majority obviously) or as they say in Hindi , Jaisi Praja – Waisa Raja.
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by admin | Tags: Armed Forces, General VP Malik, History, Interviews, Kargil, Leadership, Wars, Youth
Mumbai: Ten years after India’s stirring military victory at Tiger Hill in Kargil, the then Army Chief General VP Malik has broken his silence.
For the first time on television, he has confessed that the high casualties suffered by the Indian Army during the Kargil War were agonising for the military leadership. The General bares his [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Events, judiciary, Justice, Law&Order, Rash Driving, Sanjeev Nanda, Society
January 10, 1999 in the wee hours of Lodhi Colony area in Delhi, a speeding BMW mows down 6 people. All 6 including three police men are killed in the accident. More than 10 years have passed and accused has finally got the punishment for his heinous crime. Imprisonment for 2 years!! The accused is [...]
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by coolabhi | Tags: Cricket, icc, IPL, MCC, Sports, T20, Test Cricket
Test Cricket has gradually moved into a phase where it has lost its eternal value.
Many hold BCCI & IPL responsible for this.
We are looking forward to gather your views about this.
What do you think? How can Indian cricket play a role in reviving the oldest form of cricket?
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Armed Forces, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Government, Kargil, Leadership, Politics, Saurabh Kalia, Society
A DECADE ago, Indian Armed Forces fought one of the toughest battles in Kargil against Pakistani soldiers and terrorists. The enemy was uprooted and it became an embarrassment for the enemy who declined to accept the bodies of its nationals.
How many of you remember the name Saurabh Kalia today? If you don’t, then for your [...]
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