Thursday, October 21, 2021
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G Indira

Author of the book: The India I Know and of Hinduism. Publications in -charge Pragna Bharati Organisation, Hyderabad. Academician and free-lancer

Tamil Nadu’s decision to scrap NEET-exam is irrational

The Tamil Nadu Govt. is going ahead to scrap totally medical entrance examinations in the state. Instead, they would like to take the finals of class-XII marks, as the standard for selection.

Reiteration of teachers’ role on Teachers Day- with respect to NEP

In the new NEP there is ample scope for teachers to ask thought-provoking questions to elicit answers and encourage students’ creative/critical thinking.

Shri Mohan Bhagwat ji’s statement- Hindus and Muslims in India share the same DNA- caused ripple effect

The RSS is perceived to be the organisation of the majority Hindus. However, the meaning of Hindutva encompasses all.

Twitter has become too big!

Following the rules Google, Facebook, Instagram already published in this month, that in itself is a big step. But Twitter has not.

Third wave of COVID-19 is easily preventable

In all likelihood, if people follow the precautions of wearing a mask, maintaining social distance and using hand sanitizer and if sixty percent of the country is vaccinated, there may not be a third one.

The BJP has to be watchful of Mamata’s recalibrated secularism

Mamata is a died-in-the-wool secularist, as the definition of “secularism” in India is: appeasing minorities.

Freedom of temples from Govt- Pros and cons

The government is happy to give away temples to Hindus because it is a huge burden on them to manage. It can rather be free. But the Hindus have to come out with a frame-work, as to how they manage their temple-affairs before taking over.

Independence @ 75- Prime Minister Modi’s leadership qualities

Narendra Modi yet again makes India shine by commemorating India’s 75 years of Independence.

Rahul Gandhi is wrong in blaming PM Modi for promoting Udhyogpatis (Businessmen)

Whenever Rahul Gandhi comes out of holidaying from abroad, his pet project seems to be casting aspersions on Prime Minister Modi.

Illogical demands of protesting farmers

The progressive reforms should not be held hostage, as a few farmers are agitating. Any reform would get some hardship to a section of people.

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