Why Xaverians March for ‘Akeli’

Why Xaverians March for ‘Akeli’

Sir, This is to inform you that the students of BMC department of St. Xavier’s College of Management  Technology, Digha Patna have initiated a candle march on Saturday  27th  August at 6:00 PM from St Xavier’s School, Gandhi Maidan to Gandhi Statue to support Akeli(the 12 year old rape victim who is being denied justice), together with […]

Why the attacks on Bihar’s Doctors ?

Why the attacks on Bihar’s Doctors ?

Sir, While the doctors’ associations cry foul, and blame ‘Jungle raj’ in Bihar, the sick had a harrowing day when the one-day strike called by the state branch of Indian Medical Association and Bihar State Health Services Association (BSHSA) to protest hit medical services across the state. But the doctors here have a point. Doctors […]

Film festival boosts Lifestyle

Film festival boosts Lifestyle

Sir, The Chief Justice of Patna High Court, Iqbal Ahmed Ansari, inaugurated the three-day Bihar International Film Festival on Friday. Several students thronged to the venue. The festival has been organised by the Bihar State Film Development and Finance Corporation Limited. Justice Iqbal in his inaugural address said films are the most powerful and effective […]

Aadhar: A Satanic Card?

Aadhar: A Satanic Card?

Sir There is a lot of noise Meghalaya against making the Aadhar card mandatory and linking it with government schemes. On the one hand, linking the Aadhar Card to the various government schemes is seen as a way to stop corruption. But what several local leaders in Shillong are saying is this: the Aadhar card […]

Where is our humanity?

Where is our humanity?

Sir, Delhi is the capital of India and one of the oldest cities in the world having rich cultural and architectural history. A well known Hindi phrase describes Delhi as “dilwalo ka shahar” meaning people living here are good at heart. It is considered as the heart of India. People from all over the place […]

Corruption keeps India hungry and malnourished

Corruption keeps India hungry and malnourished

Sir, India is in the list of developing countries. It gets aid from  other developed countries. There are lots of problems here, especially for the marginalised. Many people are unemployed. Many do not get enough  salary for their work. They are suppressed under the debts, owed to  rich people. Mostly their families and children suffer from […]

Blood Sacrifice: ‘Unit-ed’ for a cause!

Blood Sacrifice: ‘Unit-ed’ for a cause!

Forty One  students donated blood while 45 more have been shortlisted for the same at a blood donation camp held at St. Xavier’s Colleges (Patna, Bihar) on Thursday. The Camp was organized under the aegis of Kurji Holy Family Hospital as part of college’s effort to contribute to the welfare of the society. Blood donation […]

INDIA OFF TO RIO OLYMPICS

INDIA OFF TO RIO OLYMPICS

Sir, India is all ready for the 2016 Summer Olympics, which is going to start in two days, from 5th – 21st August, at Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. We wish them ‘Best of luck’ and hope India brings home a rich haul. India is sending its largest number of contingent this year and they have […]

Stop talking, Do Something!

Stop talking, Do Something!

Sir, According to The Central Pollution Control Board, 56 lakh ton plastics are thrown away everyday in India. A survey of 60 big cities concluded that 15342.6 ton plastic garbage is produced daily. Of this, about 60 percent (9205 tons) plastic garbage is recycled, while 6137 tons  does not get deposited in recycle bins and keeps spreading […]

Question of ‘Success’

Question of ‘Success’

Sir, Every person wants to touch the sky. Every one wants to climb the ladder of success. Every parent wants their child to succeed. But I am unable to understand when and how the meaning of success changed into earning a good salary package. How the people have started measuring success. The meaning of success […]

Experiencing a ‘ Jesuit Education’

Experiencing a ‘ Jesuit Education’

[ One of our readers,  Gaurav Anand sent in tis piece for ‘Jesuit Education Month’ I am a student of St. Xavier’s College, Patna ( a Jesuit institution). I would like to share my experience in my college. Most of the educational institutes today have become more of a business than temples of learning. Where […]

Female Green Revolution

Female Green Revolution

Sir, Maiti Aandolan which was started in Uttarakhand (Uttaranchal) in Chamauli district,  in 1994 has spread all over the world. This campaign is practiced like a festival in more than eight thousand villages in Uttaranchal. Thousands of saplings that were planted in past have now become  trees. Kalyaansingh Raavat who founded this aandolan was a […]