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‘Not in my name’ Protest

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‘Not in my name’ Protest

Sir, As an individual I am a part of this diverse culture of my country. My identity is not limited to a religion, caste, creed, clan, color etc. As a citizen of India, I’m part of a country known for values and a culture which has space for opinions, tolerance and other cultures. Our constitution […]

India has always been a Hindu Rashtra

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India has always been a Hindu Rashtra

No sir, my outrage is not ‘selective’! No violence, no mob killings anywhere and at anytime is right. Do not try to change our narrative. Do not try and pooh pooh the will of lakhs and lakhs of Indian citizens. India has always been a Hindu Rashtra. This constitution of ours was drafted and sealed […]

‘Not in my name’ : a misplaced protest?

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‘Not in my name’ : a misplaced protest?

Every year, once a year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi condemns lynchings committed in the name of cow protection. Every year, his condemnation is stronger. Responding to the lynching of Mohammed Akhlaq in Dadri in 2015, the prime minister had offered platitudes for Hindu-Muslim harmony. In 2016, after seven Dalits were beaten up by cow vigilantes, […]

Pseudo Development?

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Pseudo Development?

Sir Education is the first step towards development of oneself and the country. It is an essential basic need for every child. In Ancient times, the education system of Magadh was very well known by the other countries too. It had a prestigious, Nalanda University where many scholars completed their education. This makes Bihari people […]

Is AKU: Bihar’s ‘Pride’ running out of steam?

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Is AKU: Bihar’s ‘Pride’ running out of steam?

Sir Aryabhatta Knowledge University is supposed to be the Pride of Bihar. It has been running so many different streams like BBA, BCA, B.com, BBE and BMC. Being a student of Aryabhatta knowledge university, I would like to draw your attention to the problem we are facing. We have been waiting for the fifth semester […]

Why does Bihar Board have such poor results?

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Why does Bihar Board have such poor results?

Sir I would like to share my class 11th and 12th experience in Patna. After completing 10th from I.C.S.E board, I changed to C.B.S.E board and chose such a school where bunking was allowed. Though it is against the C.B.S.E terms yet a majority of schools in Bihar overcharge students to let them bunk. They […]

Why is State Bank of India robbing the small customer?

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Why is State Bank of India robbing the small customer?

Seema Kumari asks whether the banks are out to rob the poor and profit the rich. Bihar is one of the poorest states in India. There are many people who earn less than Rs 3000 per month. They live from hand to mouth. Some of them even don’t get two square meals in a day. […]

How some of us celebrated Mothers’ Day

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How some of us celebrated Mothers’ Day

Sir, Mothers are very special to every person. She is the one who understands the feelings of her children. She takes care of her child before and after their birth. When time comes she becomes strength and a backbone for her child. A mother sacrifices many things for the happiness of her children. She is […]

Teachers or Cheaters: what backbone?

Teachers or Cheaters: what backbone?

Sir Education is the backbone of development. It is an important tool for the upliftment of the society. These lines are universal and common to all but if we see at the ground level people are deprived of it. There are many schools and colleges that provide education to children but we cannot deny  a […]

Not the progress I voted for

Not the progress I voted for

Sir, As a liberal, intelligent, Indian male, I must place on record the utter distaste I feel when reading the news about the bad state of affairs in Uttar Pradesh. Ever since the new CM has been sworn in, (He was a  man whom nobody voted for, because he never stood for an election) hell […]

Are you exploiting your domestic worker?

Are you exploiting your domestic worker?

Sir Earlier this week, we ‘celebrated’  International Women’s Day. Everywhere,  on social media and the other platforms,  people were  discussing the achievements and  problems of  women. Through your news website I would like to turn people’s attention on those women who work as  domestic help or ‘maids’. They have become very important helpers for middle […]

Is it Women’s Day?

Is it Women’s Day?

Is it Women’s day? Too fat, too thin, too loud, too soft, too independent, too shy, too covered,too open, too girlish , too tomboy, too fair, too dark , too tall, too short, too vocal, too quiet, too orthodox, too religious and so much more to judge. The Skirt judged for being too short, The […]