Tuesday, May 26, 2020

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Diwali

D Diwali of Indiana Zones

Diwali is not a festival for Indianas. It is an emotion. An emotion which binds one of the most complex zones of this world.

Ram, a misfit in today’s India?

How will a conversation go if I had to show Lord Ram around? “I” here represent some of the kids from the nineties and a lot of millennial kids.

Leftist agenda on firecrakers: Eco-friendly or anti Hindu?

This entire lobby who is fussing relentlessly seems to be selective on issues they want to raise voice for, in this issue they are not concerned about the environment but about their anti-Hindu agenda.

Supreme Court ban on sale of crackers: How far legally justifiable?

A practicing high-court advocate discuses the legal sustainability of the ban on sale of crackers in Delhi-NCR.

क्यों न दिवाली कुछ ऐसे मनायें

इस बार दीवाली पर हम किसी रूठे हुए अपने को मनाकर या फिर किसी अपने से अपनी नाराजगी खुद ही भुलाकर खुशियाँ के साथ मनाएँ।

Ban on Fireworks: A case of narrative fallacy

It is crystal clear that the matter of fundamental right in the Apex Court has become an entangled case.

SC banned crackers not because they were causing pollution but because there is a ‘virtual consensus’ in society for the ban!

Read on for some surprising facts about the recent judgment as given by the Supreme court itself in its own judgement over ban on supreme court.

कविता: जज साहिब से पूछ कर..

हमारे उच्च न्यायालय को आम आदमी के दो शब्द अर्पण

The curious case of crackers polluting once out of 365 days

Read the other points of this judgement

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भारतीय भाषाई विविधता पर हावी पश्चिमीकरण और हमारी दुर्बलता

संस्कृत विश्व की पुरातन भाषा है और वर्तमान की सभी भाषाओं की उत्पत्ति इसी भाषा से हुई है किन्तु आज यही संस्कृत भाषा विलोपित होती जा रही है। उससे भी बड़ी विडम्बना यह है कि हम स्वयं अपनी भाषागत परंपरा का पश्चिमीकरण कर रहे हैं। (by @omdwivedi93)

COVID 19- Agonies of Odisha Sarpanches no one is talking about

While the delegation of the collector power to the Sarpanch is being welcomed by all, the mismanagement has put an woe among these people's representatives.

The implications of structural changes brought by Coronavirus – Part 1

Many companies will move towards greater share of employees working from home with a weekly one to two day gathering for team building purposes. The IT industry in India estimates that close to 50 per cent of the country’s 4.3 million IT workers will soon work from home.

Saving the idea of India

Should Mickey (Valmiki) have not been more inclusive and given name Rehman instead of Hanuman and Agatha instead of Agastya? Such bandicoot the wrier was!

Feminism is nice, but why settle for a lesser idea?

Feminism talks about only women, Devi talks about humanity and cares for everyone equally as a compassionate mother (real gender neutrality)

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Ayan invasion theory- A myth

What’s shocking to me is that a certain section of India holds up to the AIT and consistently tries to prove it right despite many genetic/ archeological/ historical evidences. Now who is that section that I am referring to ? The “left” of India.

The problem with some of the universities in India.

These liberal scholars, sitting in universities, play a game of psychology in which they repeat same things to the students everyday about a person or ideology and instil in them the same thought process as theirs.

ABVP and RSS volunteers conduct door-to-door screening of residents in Mumbai

Volunteers of ABVP and RSS began door to door screening in slum pockets of Nehru Nagar in Mumbai, equipped with PPE sets and directed by doctors on board, and screened over 500 people in total in the last three days.