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A lawyer by qualification with a keen interest in geopolitics and theology, Karmanye Thadani is a freelance writer based in New Delhi, having co-authored the books ‘India and China: Negotiating Spaces in the Narratives’ and ‘The Right to Self-Determination of Pakistan’s Baloch: Can Balochistan Go the Kosovo Way?’. He had contributed to OpIndia as a Guest Author, back in 2015, before the 'My Voice on OpIndia' initiative had started. A staunch critic of Islamism (right-wing political Islam) and regulatory bottlenecks stifling entrepreneurship, he formerly worked as a research associate in a leading Delhi-based public policy think-tank, the Centre for Civil Society (CCS), where he did research on the access to primary education in India. He was selected to participate in the Times Now 'Youth Parliament' on Foreign Policy in 2013, which was moderated by Arnab Goswami and Maroof Raza.
"In all of us there is a hunger, marrow-deep, to know our heritage – to know who we are and where we have come...
The article discusses the possibility of reforms in the Right to Education (RTE) Act, especially in the context of strengthening the National and State Child Rights Commissions.
In his (still) short Parliamentary career, Tejasvi Surya has raised voice on various issues of both national and regional importance. This includes subjects ranging from- the use of Kannada language in banking to his views on broad Banking sector in recently completed session.
Is the constitution a strait jacket? No, it leaves a plenty of room to change and it makes no attempt to regulate every aspect of human life.
2014 से पहले मुझे बराबर मेरा माल मिलता था लेकिन जब से आपकी सरकार आई है तब से धीमे धीमे माल की कमी से मुझे जूझना पड़ रहा है। साल 2017 तो मेरे लिए इतना खराब रहा कि नशा पाने के लिए मात्र फोन से ही काम चलाना पड़ता है।
The present scenario has jeopardised the educational ecosystem to achieve its objectives. In this regard, multifront reforms are needed for the efficient functioning of the education system in the post-COVID-19 era.
Such brave souls of Bharat Mata who knows every minute of their life may become the last minute.
The NEP is an ambitious document, which is focused on the holistic and overall development of the students to make them Aatmnirbhar and to enable them to compete with the world while maintaining the Bharat centric values and culture.
You will be shocked to find who testified against Bhagat Singh in the landmark case ‘Union of India Vs Bhagat Singh’
The two men who witnessed against Bhagat Singh were Indians and their descendants enjoy a healthy social positions.