Archive for category Current Affairs
India is a land of mysteries. Indians are a mysterious people. Look at the land of 24 Tiranthkars and Mahaveer Swami. Now look at the Republic of 24 Opposition Parties and one Prime Minister. Rise or fall of standards? At a time of Duniya Bandh they gave a call for Bharat Bandh on 8th December! […]
Bail to innocent citizens of India, especially in cases in which the police or others dishonestly frame him/her/them should be the norm and jail the exception.
Encourage lawful income generation and wealth creation. The individual has the first right to enjoy such income and wealth before paying taxes. Indian tax laws ought to exclude Rs.5 Crore from sale of one residential house property in her/his lifetime. Think big not petty like a foreign colonial government.
On the hit list of the enemies of any nation these days are (1) the head of the government; (2) chief of the army; (3) chief justice of the country; (4) traditions; (5) customs; (6) social and family institutions; (7) religious leaders of the majority community; (8) symbols of national pride; (9) national economic assets; […]
The Chinese President for Life Xi Jinping is so paranoid these days that he wants to throw the Chinese masses in to an uncalled-for war with so many countries at the same time. He is not able to choose the theatre of war at the moment. He is not able to convince his people about […]
The free press is more or less a dead idea in democratic India. If an occasional or accidental independent and free journalist continues to be threatened and harmed, the public is bound to rebel. The people of India don’t tolerate autocratic behaviour of officers or the ministers of any rank.. Attempts to silence are going to prove counterproductive.
Narcotics is a subject never discussed in Indian schools and families, but it has assumed dangerous proportions. Unless efforts are made to inform the public of its dangers, innocent persons will be caught unawares, as illustrated by the NCB arrests in Mumbai and the film industry coming in for unwelcome public gaze. As a first […]
The Parliament of India has passed 2 crucial legislations on 20th September 2020. Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020, and the Farmers (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement of Price Assurance and Farm Services Bill, 2020 were passed by the Rajya Sabha a few minutes ago. The Bills had a smooth sailing in […]
Mother tongue has the potential to transfer knowledge to the people by reading or listening as was proved by Poet Goswami Tulsidas more than 500 years ago. He can be considered as the innovator and pioneer in taking the risk of writing in the mother tongue when the recognized language of the elite was Sanskrit. […]
Marx emphasized the need to achieve material happiness in life. His theory of dialectic materialism was merely an extension of the ideology of Indian thinker Charvak: “live happily, butter your bread well, borrow if there be need” (Yavam jive sukham jive, rinam kritvam ghritam pivet). Both ideologies emphasize living this life without postponing it for the life in heaven. Indian communists live in a vacuum!