by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Accidents, Government, Infrastructure, Roads, WHO
WORLD HEALTH Organisation has revealed in its first ever Global Status Report on Road Safety that more people die in road accidents in India than anywhere else in the world. This has given a dubious distinction for the country.
The report says that in India 13 people die every hour in road accidents. These figures are [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Government, Infrastructure, Leadership, mayawati, Politics, Society, Uttar Pradesh, Youth
MAYAWATI’S STATUE-BUILDING spree has been termed as a demonstration of her narcissism. Remember that Uttar Pradesh is one of the most underdeveloped states in the country. In the last assembly elections, the people of Uttar Pradesh had given their Behenji an entire term to rule them. They believed in her “Sarv Jan Hitay Sarv Jan [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Bandra Worli Sea Link, Infrastructure, Mumbai, Society
Bandra Worli Sea Link which was inaugurated last week has captured the attention of all the citizens of Mumbai. This mega project is developed by MSRDC (Maharshtra State Road Development Corporation) and HCC. The budget of this bridge shot up 4 times from initial Rs 400 crores for 16 lanes to Rs 1634 crore for [...]
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by admin | Tags: bihar, Development, Election, Infrastructure, Lalu Prasad Yadav, Media, Nitish Kumar, Politics, Society
On the morning of counting day, driving through rain and the blossoms of Laburnum and Gulmohar in Patna, I was surprised to find that the road outside Nitish’s residence deserted. For a moment I assumed the other news channels had decided to skip the early morning slightly pointless pre results dispatches, till I walked a [...]
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by falcon | Tags: Awareness, Elections, Environment, Infrastructure, Leadership, Politics, Religion, Water
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Education, Healthcare, IIT, Infrastructure, Medical Infrastructure
The recent incident at IIT was very visibly a result of blinded authorities. It had an implied reaction from the students in the form of very violent protests which led to self-resignations of the Director & the Dean. This and whatever post-incident action that is going to be delivered are very obvious reactive actions from the authorities, but a question that still finds an answer for itself is that when will the authorities of premier institutes and organisations take proactive measures towards the safety and well-being of their members?
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Crisis, Disaster Management, Healthcare, Infrastructure, Medical Infrastructure
Many steps have been taken to improve the security of the country ever since the Mumbai attack to counter similar situation in the future. It is time to introspect the weaknesses in our system and try to plug the same to avoid such occurrence.
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by nilenduvimal | Tags: 49O, Elections, Infrastructure, Mumbai, Politics, Shanghai
A fictional short story trying to portray the illusions created by our Political System.
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by admin | Tags: Employment, Infrastructure, Society, Women
Female shop assistants first made their appearance in Kurumbur bazaar after STD booths [phone booths] opened in this tiny town.
Before their advent, one did not see girls behind shop counters here. After all, this was rural Tamil Nadu, where the only two places women worked were either in the fields or as domestic help. [...]
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by Rishabh Srivastava | Tags: Awareness, Economy, Infrastructure, Politics, Society
The economists have predicted a growth rate of over nine per cent for India in the years to come. It is heartening to see that we are making progress. But one thing that I am unsure of is the implication of this growth rate.
Statistics and numbers are like mini skirts; they reveal a lot but [...]
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