Right to choose and right to reject among Tribes

Let there be faithfulness to each other until death. This, in short, should be known as the highest duty of Husband and Wife. So let husband and wife ever strive doing all their duties; that they may no be separated from each other, wander apart.

Supplement your journey to fitness with Almonds, this National Day of Sports!

Every year, we celebrate National Day of Sports to honour and commemorate the spirit of legendary sportsperson, Major Dhyan Chand who is regarded as the nation's greatest hockey playerever. The day was instituted to educate India’s youth on the importance of being fit and healthy, by practicing sports and other physical activities.

Vocal for Local- Another JUMLA or Fundamental Master Stroke

Recently in an address to the nation our Worthy Prime Minister has given a new narrative to the nation and that was BE VOCAL ON LOCAL means that India should work towards being AATAMNIRBHAR. Now the First and Foremost question that arises is when PM took over the reigns of our Country the first thing that he came up with is MAKE-IN INDIA , precisely it was announced on 25.09.2014 .

Decline of education and research in private universities

 Educational institutions are very important for development of any nation but mushroom growth of private colleges and universities run by education mafia are instrumental to decline the standard of education and research. Government has handed over education in private hands without taking into consideration that it can adversely affect the standard of education and research.

Online education never a substitute for traditional education: Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal

Bharatiya Shikshan Mandal’s General Body Meet was virtually organized on 25 & 26 July 2020. Two resolutions on the challenges of online education and education for self-reliant Bharat were passed in this two-day meeting to revolutionise and promote the present Bharatiya education.

Impact of Lockdown on Manufacturing Industry and its after effects

 The coronavirus outbreak is causing widespread concern and economic hardship for consumers, businesses, and communities across the globe.

Black Lives Matter: If we kill men...with whom will we live???

But when you say, Black Lives Matter (or the others) MORE than the lives of police officers, you are wrong.

More reforms required to unlock farm sector; ordinances welcome

The Union Cabinet has approved amendments to the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 to benefit farm sector and also two new ordinances aimed at freeing farm- trade from restrictions and put in place a legal framework to protect farmers’ interests when it comes to selling of their produce. These are: The Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Ordinance, 2020 and The Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Ordinance, 2020.

India 2020: The story of marching millions

Despite the hazardous journey, these workers march on with nothing but faith in their hearts. Whenever the history is written, it will be the story of out marching millions. Nobody in our diverse and cultural rich country wants a reality check.

Bhushan Kumar's T-Series presents ‘Normal Days’!

Life in the lockdown world has been challenging and demanding on everyone. It has in all probability, left no human being untouched. Forced to live in conditions we have never experienced before, it has left us all thinking hard on the true essence of life. 

The staggering impacts of COVID-19 on Higher education

The corona virus pandemic is expected to have a huge impact on global education. Let us now throw some light on the staggering impacts of Covid-19 on education globally with special reference to Higher education. Over a billion students globally are unable to attend schools and colleges due to measures to control the spread of corona virus. As per UNESCO data of 27th March 2020, about 1.6 billion students are affected by closure of schools and colleges globally.

How to rein domestic violence: A lockdown plight

In the wake of Covid-19 ravaging the economy, the country inhabiting more than 1.35 Crores people is simultaneously facing a social crisis. Movement restrictions aimed to stop the spread of the coronavirus during the nationwide lockdown have escalated the incidents of atrocities against women at home more frequent, more severe and more dangerous. This is primarily due to orthodox setup of families, unemployment and lost of income.

The fiscal package is more about putting people's own money into their hands than actually boosting crippled economy

The Central government has announced an economic package which is supposedly about 10 percent of India's gross domestic product (GDP). GDP is a measure of the economic size of a country. India’s GDP is around Rs 200 lakh crore. That's how the 10 percent of that works out to Rs 20 lakh crore, which is the size of the government’s economic package.

Hope and fear

New Delhi [India], May 21 (ANI): Ricocheting between hope and fear, love and hate, wins and losses, wanting to nurture and also separate, in these dichotomies we find ourselves dealing with the pandemic panic. The struggle is everywhere, it is ours to embrace and deal with, it is of our making, it will require our collective mindfulness if we want honest closure.

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