Tuesday, August 4, 2020

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COVID-19 In India

Gendered social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

The negative aspect of the current lockdown is that traditional gender roles get magnified in times of crisis.

Globalization and its impact on India

in the face of globalisation, the need of the hour is to have less centralised, more competent and independent regulators and swifter resolution of disputes by the judiciary.

Narendra Modi’s PM C.A.R.E.S. – A Miscalculated Initiative?

A comparative analysis of the viability of the PM CARES and the NDRF-SDRF.

“जान भी, जहान भी”

अब देश का प्रत्येक व्यक्ति "जान भी, जहान भी", दोनों की चिंता करते हुए अपने दायित्व निभाएगा साथ ही साथ सरकार और प्रशासन के दिशा-निर्देशों का पालन करेगा।

Impact of COVID-19 on our daily lives

COVID-19 may physically be affecting those having this virus, but its affecting everyone's mental health slowly!

The threat of Chinese cyber-attack is looming over India

Cyber ​​experts believe that banning apps is just the beginning and that an outraged China could try to harm Indian cyberspace in return.

Opportunity to replace China

Indian government has already initiated various actions to attract investment from USA based companies, many European and Asian companies, those companies which are discovering alternative to China.

Post lockdown era for warriors of justice-Lawyers

The professional responsibility of lawyers increases to help common man fight against injustice done by employers, contractors and institutions.

Communist virus, expansionist China and its comrades in India

Now that the PRC made aggressive attempts as per all the three strategic designs and India lead by Narendra Modi had so far successfully stood up to the challenge, it is time for the nation to attempt a mid course assessment of the developments for the simple reason that in the context of Corona the country has 'miles to go before we sleep'.

COVID-19: An introduction to India’s inner strength

These people- our COVID heroes made supreme sacrifice as some of them even lost their lives and we should be forever grateful to them.

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Education and liberalism

Is it actually education that “makes” man liberal? Or is it the society and religion that “makes” him conservative?

Urdu script, colonial thoughts

The problem with the Urdu script is that it is not just a living reminder of the evils of invaders and slavers and worse, but it also interferes with the proper implementation of a Justice Delivery System in India, because it aims to place the delivery of Justice solely in the hands of those who can read Urdu script.

राम मंदिर निर्माण से राम राज्य की ओर

सच्चे लोकनायक के रूप में प्रभु श्री राम ने जन जन की आवाज को सुना और राजतंत्र में भी जन गण के मन की आवाज को सर्वोच्चता प्रदान की। राजनीति में शत्रु के विनाश के लिए कमजोर, गरीब और सर्वहारा वर्ग को साथ जोड़ कर सोशल इंजीनियरिंग के बल पर उस युग के सबसे बड़ी ताकत को छिन्न- भिन्न कर दिया। ज्ञात इतिहास में अनेकों पराक्रमी, परम प्रतापी, चतुर्दिक विजयी और न्यायप्रिय राजा हुए लेकिन सही शासन का पर्याय रामराज्य को ही माना गया।

Here is why Hindus must be happy with Muslim devotees expressing their will to attend the Bhūmi Pūjan at Ayodhya

Hindus must evolve from sensationalist proclivities to reason and objectivity, for only the tempered and equanimous shall lead the Hindus in this desired resurgence.

रोज़गार के अवसरों का सृजन करने वाली नीति: राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति 2020

राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति 2020 भारत को विश्वगुरु बनाने में मील का पत्थर साबित होगी पूरे देश मे ही नहीं अब पूरे विश्व भर इसकी तारीफ हो रही है, ये नीति भारत और भारतीयता को अपनी पहचान वापस दिलाएगी एवं यह राष्ट्र के पुनर्निर्माण में एक अहम कदम निभाएगी।

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Digital group chanting of Hanuman Chalisa by the Hindu IT Cell

Hindu IT Cell, a prime volunteer driven organisation for the cyber clean up of Hinduphobes and anti-nationals, has come up with a unique way of celebration with group recitals of Hanuman Chalisa with Ram Bhakts across India.

Sweeter than Jihadi, higher than installments, deeper than deep-state, all-weather loans- CPEC, a corridor to nowhere

India’s bet on Chabahar port project to reduce the importance of Gwadar has worked, although in some other way.

Striking similarities between the death of Parveen Babi and Sushant Singh Rajput: A mere co-incidence or well planned murders?

Together Rhea and Bhatt’s media statements subtly and cleverly project Sushant as some kind of a nut job like Parveen Babi, another Bhatt conjuring.

The indefinite growth of nepotism in India

Nepotism has fixed its root deep and its proliferating growth is something no one can control. This virus has spread widely in the society and no vaccines are still found.

Celebrities – a news factory

Perhaps celebs' market value depends on how popular they are, how many followers they have on Twitter, Facebook etc. So they have this compulsion to keep their visibility high, at all costs.
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