Broadly speaking there are no difference between #BJP and #Congresses
on vision for better India, after congress supported the quota bill in the
parliament despite the fact that, this is unconstitutional and Supreme Court had
categorically set the 50% cap for the reservation. This is unfortunate to see
the substandard debate in the parliament on the 10% of reservation. Government
has failed to give any substantial evidence/ data, why they are pushing
reservation for economically weaker section of the so called “upper caste”?
It’s interesting to observed, most of the political party supported this weak
argument of the government. Even, BSP and SP supported this argument of the government.
Only RJD opposed this move in the parliament, but their voice was not heard because,
they don't have numbers in the house. Most importantly, Both parties from UP
like SP and BSP given free ride to BJP on this move, this might be strategic move
by #Bua-Bhatiga, to stop BJP for gaining edge in UP.
Birsa Munda was an indigenous leader and a folk hero, belonging to the Munda tribe who was behind the Millenarian movement that arose in Jharkhand during the British Raj. This made him an important figure in the history of the Indian independence movement. Birsa Munda is named with great respect as one of the freedom fighters in the Indian struggle for independence against British colonialism. His achievements in the freedom struggle became even greater considering he accomplished this before he turned 25. Birsa’s devotion to his people was such that he was almost revered as God by his followers. By the time he was in his 20s, his activities in present-day Jharkhand had already begun to worry the British establishment to a considerable extent. He was finally caught by the British on February 3, 1900, when he was only 25 years old. He died soon afterwards under mysterious circumstances on June 9, 1900, at Ranchi Jail. Indigenous people from the rest of Asia or Africa hav
I was shocked by the news, our dear friend Jerome is no more. He died due to a heart attack yesterday in the morning. He was a real friend and comrade for his buddy. He was one of the most popular alumni of Tata Institute of Social Science, Mumbai. I had my first meeting with Jerome at India International Center, ( IIC) New Delhi. That was in 2008, programs were being organized by a group of organizations to discuss the issues like the cultural and social aspects of development. That was the beginning of our friendship, which never ended. No, matter, where we were based during these times, but we were constantly in touch. Over the years we have developed a great understanding to share and discuss anything on the earth. I have knowing many people, I can not claim, all of them are my friend but we tried to understand each other. There are two kinds of people on this brink. One is socially oriented and the second is socially committed. Here I am not diminishing one from the o
Institution should be above from individual in the democratic society. In the recent time, there are many instances in the country, the individual misuse the Institution for instance, then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi suspended the fundamental rights of the citizens during emergency, and the justification being made by then government, this major was for controlling the anarchy. This does not mean, we will except the versions of the Indira’s Government, off course, that one of black sport on our democracy. In the recent time, many actions or justification being made by the government on their work or functioning of the government, this is needed to do this. That was necessary to control that. In the any mature democracy, there are other two pillars for working hand in hand for success of democracy, like Media and Judiciary Unfortunately, the reputations of the Media one of the pillar of Democracy is almost in the coma for the quite long time, one can understand, In the 2