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Pulind Samant is Mumbai born and a post-graduate in ‘Labour Studies’ from the University of Mumbai. He has had a successful career spanning 27 years, as a ‘Human Resource Management’ professional, having worked with a number of reputed Indian and multi-national companies. He is well travelled within India as well as abroad. He is a visiting faculty with his alma mater since the academic year 2015-16. He was an ABVP worker during his graduation and post-graduation days. He writes his blog viz. ‘Let’s Think for India’, on issues in the socio-cultural and socio-political domain, since year 2010. He is a columnist with ‘Organiser Weekly’, New Delhi and his articles are published in the quarterly issues of the ‘Journal for Strategy & Diplomacy’, of ‘Forum for Integrated National Security’ (FINS), Mumbai. He had earlier anchored the editorial team as a documentation consultant, for publishing a study report on contract labour, undertaken by ‘Rambhau Mhalgi Parabodhini’ (RMP). He is a linguist, possessing professional proficiency in the languages of Hindi, Marathi & English, apart from having varying degrees of familiarity with the Indian languages of Gujarati & Konkani as well as foreign languages like French and Japanese. He is also a translator, translating books from Marathi into English & vice versa, as well as Hindi into English. He is also active on Twitter @pulindsamant.
Read how the right wing of India has succeeded in presenting the ‘right’ view to the people of India, as far as the Kashmir affairs are concerned.
Why the name is important if that’s the question then given the free run of the secular historians right from the dawn of India’s independence, made us almost forget our own history, our ancestry, our tradition, and our culture.
Most of the above changes are going to help in doing business at ease which will eventually attract investors, including FDI. Only concern is, elimination of Standing Orders and elimination of labour unions’ interference for establishments employing up to 300 workers will not go down well with people as it will hinder job security of the workers.
सुविधाओं में पलकर कोई भी सफलता पा सकता है, किन्तु अभावों के बीच रहकर शिखरों को छूना बहुत कठिन है। 25 सितम्बर, 1916 को जयपुर से अजमेर मार्ग पर स्थित ग्राम धनकिया में अपने नाना पण्डित चुन्नीलाल शुक्ल के घर जन्मे दीनदयाल उपाध्याय ऐसी ही विभूति थे।
"बीजेपी और आरएसएस के एजेंट पाए जाने पर सख्त कार्यवाही होगी। बुकिंग था कि नहीं यह जांच का विषय नहीं है! धार्मिक आधार पर भेदभाव बर्दास्त नही होगी। "नो बॉडी विल ट्राय टू डिस्टर्ब कम्युनल हार्मोनी इन बंगाल! मा माटीर मानुस! जय बंगला! अमार बंगला! सोनार बंगला! विश्व बंगला! जय कोलकाता पुलिस।"
Prima Facie, it would look like any regional linguistic movement, like Shiv Sena's Marathi Maanoos (Person) and Marathi Asmita (Pride) movement, or Tamizh Pride that Dravidian Parties project. But if we scratch the surface we will observe that it is a very smartly devised separatist movement under the guise of linguistic regionalistic sub-nationalism.
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.