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Posts for September, 2017
His Holiness Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swamy has initiated an ambitious "The Statue Of Equality Project" dedicating to the great icon of Equality, Sri Ramanujacharya Swamy.
Narendra Ch | 19 Sep 2017
Disappointed persons are seen everywhere but they are reluctant to do any work given to them to earn money and some of them are seen in pitiable condition, physically so weak that it looks that they are just killing the time and counting for the end of the days in their life.
HARISH DIDO | 18 Sep 2017
Political parties have been raising the issue of transparency in politics from time to time. But in the name of action, the results come out as just a big zero.
ANJAN KUMAR SAMAL | 18 Sep 2017
Rajan, 25, is the son of my friend who has started working with an NGO that is trying to improve computer education and computer-mediated education in rural schools.
Dr. Lalit Kishore | 18 Sep 2017
We in India have come a long way from what is called a "male dominated society". Undoubtedly, there are areas where women are browbeaten but this does not deny the fact that men are more "preyed on" in Indian society.
Piyush sharma | 17 Sep 2017
Think for a while, as to how the parents bring up their children right from the day they are born. But when the incidents like the one at Ryan School in Gurugram are reported, one can well imagine their plight.
HARISH DIDO | 16 Sep 2017
Immediately after China's backing off from Doklam after an imbroglio that lasted for over two months, Indian Army Chief General Bipin Rawat gave a public statement saying that India hence forth must prepare itself for a two frontal war on its northern and western borders, highlighting the nexus between China & Pakistan.
Brigadier Arun Bajpai (Retd) | 14 Sep 2017
In our college days we have been taught that India is a welfare state but the way the present government is working has shattered my entire notion of "welfare state".
Vikas Upadhyay | 13 Sep 2017
Sometimes change is not the spice of life but the act or process through which the entire position is changed from the existing one, is called a change.
HARISH DIDO | 11 Sep 2017
Death remains death, doesn't matter how it approaches us, although, its impact on family and society varies with the way we die. Death may approach us in different forms and ways like in the form of natural ways of dying means senescence, by accidents, due to illness, suicide attempt due to mental disorder, by genocide due to differences of opinion/ideology, war inflicted due to varied reasons and murder to silence the voice of opposition.
Haider | 10 Sep 2017
There might be number of incidents in one's life but some are very important and memorable and sometimes I feel like penning them down for others to read to make this planet Earth happier as I believe that we always write and speak for others otherwise there is no necessity to speak or write.
HARISH DIDO | 09 Sep 2017
Colonel (Retd) Bhaskar Sarkar | 04 Sep 2017
Yes, we have seen that change is the law of nature. In the process of nature, every moment something is happening. Everything is changing its position even of fraction of second. The long span of line on planet earth has travelled from uncivilized living to civilize. A man, besides tremendous amazing developments almost in every sphere, has even stepped on the moon.
HARISH DIDO | 03 Sep 2017
Farmers, soldiers and labourers are absolutely three gigantic pillars on which a nation's prosperity stands and depends. No country in this world can prosper by neglecting these three prime forces towards any nation's socio-economic development.
ANJAN KUMAR SAMAL | 03 Sep 2017