Who owns most of India?
Tried to find data for Hindu Temples but due to the Central Government and various State Government's control over them, the data is unavailable.
Sedition law: aye, nay
Given the legal opinion and the views of the government in favour of the law, it is unlikely that Section 124A will be scrapped soon. However, the section should not be misused as a tool to curb free speech.
Increasing learning gap
The narrowing of distance between school, home and community is a welcome step and needs to continue even after schools reopen.
Reports make inaccurate claims of the benefits of raising the legal age for women’s marriage
An SBI Ecowrap report has made several inaccurate claims regarding the potential benefits of raising the legal age of marriage of women.
National Education Policy 2020: A policy for new India
The policy places a welcome emphasis on a holistic, learner centered, flexible system that seek to transform India into a vibrant knowledge society, rightfully balancing the rootedness and pride in India as well as acceptance of the best ideas and practices in the world of learning from across the globe.
सार्वजनिक संपत्ति के प्रति विमुखता क्यों ?
इसी बीच लोगो ने एक बहुत ही विकट अवधारणा बनानी शुरू कर दी कि राष्ट्र निर्माण का सारा दायित्व केवल सरकार का है। लोगो का मानना था कि यदि ब्रिटिश सरकार हमारी सारी परेशानियों का कारण हो सकती है तो हमारी खुद की बनाई सरकार इन सब परेशानियों का निवारण क्यों नही हो सकती है।
प्रजातंत्र और अराजकता
प्रजातांत्रिक व्यवस्था के दो मुख्य स्तम्भ हैं, कर्तव्य एवं अधिकार और यह व्यवस्था सुचारु रूप से चलती रहे ,इसके लिए इन दोनों स्तम्भों के बीच संतुलन होना बेहद आवश्यक है।
Is the Govt doing enough for us or has it let us down in these challenging times?
It is high time we start focusing more on concentrating our resources towards building well-equipped hospitals at taluk and district levels rather than coming up with more ‘world-class’ hospitals in cities.
Article 370 and 35A revoked and some rumors spreading like wildfire
Article 370 and 35A do not target any caste, creed or religion. There is no seizure of land from people living there. All it seeks to do is to provide them with same rights as the rest of India enjoys.
South India and the metamorphosis of identity politics post 2019 elections: Is it time for decentralization?
Why should the decision of the construction of a subway in South India be taken some 1000 miles away in Delhi?