Campuses-Now and then

Nearly 40-45 years back, sometimes students and teachers protested or went on strike. They were always afraid of police or authorities. Times have changed. A few months back, the nation saw a protest by a few hundred people at Shaheen Bagh near Jamia Milia University but police and the authorities were afraid to act. Were […]

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A world of Godmen lovers

Why does the world love Godmen? Looking for easy solutions to the intricacies of life, people are lured by the tricks used by crafty Godmen and God women. They claim to tell the true meaning and purpose of life. Media, police and authorities expose very frequently the fake Godmen, it is shocking at the blind […]

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Open schools in parts

After the lockdown phase, now Unlock India Phase is going on and being discussed widely. The government is very open to suggestion and adopting democratic ways. Human Resource Development Ministry, now renamed as Ministry of Education, has asked the state government and union territory authorities to take the suggestions and feedback from the parents about […]

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Link our rivers: India is heading for a grave floods and water crisis

India is a nation of rivers. All the ancient cities and ancient Indian civilization plus rich cultural heritage are linked with the rivers. All the great ancient Indian scriptures were also connected with rivers. Soor Das produced his immortal verses at the bank of river Yamuna at Mathura. Goswami Tulsi Das created ageless “Ramcharitmanas” at […]

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Love thy mother-tongue

This year results of UP Board were a shocker. Hindi answer sheets were a shocking eye-opener about the poor grip of students over their mother-tongue. They wrote Hindi words in English words in the Devanagari script. Apart from this, they were pierced with poor comprehension, wrong grammar and incorrect punctuation. Riddled with these nearly 8 […]

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Convert disaster into opportunities

Students, teachers, labourers, guards etc. have found new jobs ever since the breakdown of the Covid-19. Ram Singh, a small farmer in Bulandshahr district’s Halpura village, used to earn Rs. 250 a day as a guard at a construction site in Delhi. After the lockdown, his earnings have increased. Now, he is selling vegetables in […]

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Disintegrating Marks

Exam and admission season is going all over the country. It is shocking every admission seeker has scored in the eighties and nineties. There was a time when scoring 65% meaning, a big achievement for a student and he was treated as brilliant, and if he touched the seventies, then he was compared with Swami […]

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Open Book Exam is a shut case

Covid-19 has forced the educational institutions to shut down. There is a big confusion regarding the conduct of exams. The University of Delhi proposed the online Open Book Exam (OBE) for ten days for safety concerns due to the prevailing condition of Covid-19 epidemic. As usual, this has created more confusion and controversy about the […]

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ENCOUNTERS: A NECESSARY EVIL

Brothers and sisters of India, a very natural question comes to the mind, why police do the so-called fake encounters? The simple answer is that such outlaws failed not only the nation but the entire system, especially the justice system. As they were not honouring the human rights of the citizens, then why the police […]

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