Reading Anne Frank’s Diary Led To A Difficult Chat With My Daughter

Toda is the birthday of Anne Frank, born on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany. When she was only around four years old, she moved to Amsterdam in Netherlands, after Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party gained control over Germany. In May 1940, the German police trapped her Amsterdam and she lost her German Citizenship in 1941, thus becoming stateless. Then, the hardship and persecution began for little Anne and her family. They went from one place to another to hide. Her father, Otto Frank, worked until the family was arrested by the Gestapo (secret state police) on August 4, 1944. Anne kept her diary, which she received as a birthday gift, when her family went into hiding and wrote in it regularly about her emotions, suffering, and the society of the time. In 1945, Anne died in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. Otto was the only one from the “Secret Annex” (where Ann and her family were hid for over two years and she wrote her diary) to survive the war. He wa

Nitish Kumar and the Politics of Bihar

 This is a clear hint for the BJP, by Nitish Kumar when he decided not to send RCP Singh to the Upper house. RCP Singh is in the Modi cabinet from the JDU. However, the decision of the Nitish Kumar not to be a part of the Central ministry certainly gave thousands of talking points to the political analyst. What will be the impact on the current JDU-BJP government led by Nitish? Is something new political formation on the way to come? On the other hand, this is just for RCP Singh to understand, that only one can be boss in one party, and in the JDU Nitish is the Supreme leader. There is much news circulating in the media about the uncomfortable relationship between Nitish and RCP. Some time ago, RCP had a free hand to run the government or party. However, for some time RCP is no more Nitish's favorite for deciding crucial strategies. At the many stances, RCP did not play any role in Nitish's or JDU agendas in Delhi durbar. During the collective demand by JDU and opposi

Ghulam Muhammad Jula : His cortibution for Peseant&Farmer

    Ram-ram and last salam to this tall man of integrity, Ghulam Muhammad Jula never compromised with the ethos & ethics of farmers. He was a close associate of Mahendra Singh Tikait and his fight for farmers' rights. He died at the age of 85 years on 16 th May. Ghulam Muhammad leadership was for building the farmer's movement evident when he was second in command. His leadership was not recognized as Ghulam deserve based on his work and commitment. He was disappointed with the top leadership of BKU during 2013 when they were silent or in many cases supported the communal agenda of the BJP, the Gulam Muhammad decided to disassociate with the BKU and started his group of peasants and fathers, but he never stops giving his solidarity with the larger struggles of farmers. Ghulam Muhammad Zola had also started a separate organization Bharatiya Kisan Mazdoor Manch. During the farmers’ agitation after the violence by outsiders, when Gulam Muhammad saw the tears of Rakesh Ti