Wednesday, July 8, 2020
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Sahil Jain

Layman’s guide to CAA

No Indian, in any way, is affected by this amended Citizenship law. Indians have nothing to lose due to the passage of this bill in Parliament.

The issue of Rohingyas Muslims and if India should accept more refugees

The topic has become hotly debated in Indian and international politics of late.

The issue of Societal Pressure on kids on what they want to become

There is an urgent need to reverse this trend and allow kids to pursue their dreams without fear or feel of guilt

Agrarian crisis and reforms

Agriculture sector contributes highest in employment, however, this remains to be a neglected sector so far.

Hindu Astrology: The forgotten science

Against the popular belief of superstitious, Astrology is based on mathematical calculations, based on which planets are aligned and after which predictions made.

Islamic State: The terror machine

Has the time come when the entire world is ready to take on ISIS?

Is judicial interference in governance matters really needed?

Is the judiciary right in its interference into government duties, even if its not constitutionally power or its in public interest?

Time to review our reservation system

The proposed time frame for reservation post independence is already over. What next?

Reform the UPSC Civil Service Exam format

Civil Service which equips an individual to the highest authority, demands a complete revamp.

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Random thoughts on consumerism or capitalism

The economic idea of "Consumerism" or "Capitalism" are just modern versions of "hunting gathering" way of civilization.

Why only Hindus get hunted by Conversion Mafia?

Tolerating and ignoring hate crimes against Hinduism is a plain stupidity.

Tirukural and Modi- The strategy behind Modi’s Tamil push

Modi by his gestures is telling the Tamil population of the country that, see we India has two glorious ancient, culture-rich languages in Tamil and Sanskrit. There is no need of competition between the two, instead what is needed is taking pride in both, instead of one we have two, so we are two times prouder.

I am Assam

Floods in Assam are an annual phenomenon for various reasons that are manmade as well as environmental. What is dismaying is the abject apathy towards the state and its people during this crisis.

Lockeddown: A blessing in disguise

We are in this race where people have become more artificial and machines more intelligent, where everybody wants to win, but the irony is nobody has time to celebrate.

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How Congress is playing deaf and sightless on their own assassins

It is completely visible that how Congress along with Naxals is making the web of terror more and more wide, they are all reckless and bold enough to give successful result to whatever result they want.

Is BJP anti-LGBTQ and anti-women?

Its BJP and Narendra Modi govt that supported article 377 and feminism in India.

Mocking the mock test

We live in a MOCK world and even the air that we breath is mock air!

I am Assam

Floods in Assam are an annual phenomenon for various reasons that are manmade as well as environmental. What is dismaying is the abject apathy towards the state and its people during this crisis.

Maharashtra students unhappy with government’s silence on SSC and HSC syllabus cuts

. With the on-going struggle of the government officials to curb the spread of SARS-COV-2 in containment areas, speculations have arisen that schools and colleges in the state may not open till August or September looking at the pace of the COVID cases rising.