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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 […]

Is this a real democracy?

Is this a real democracy?

Sir, India is a democratic country. We the people of India elect our own government and give the chosen political  party power to work for the well-being of the nation. Our constitution has given us six fundamental rights to save and protect the interest of people. There is a lot more  good about India and the […]

Why Education for All is a distant dream in Bihar

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Why Education for All is a distant dream in Bihar

THE condition of education in Bihar is not as encouraging as the state government wants us to believe. The government claims that lots of works have been done in the field of education in the state and the attendance ratio in schools has increased with every child going to school. But as one takes a […]

A Lecture on Media

A Lecture on Media

Sir In a democracy like India the media has a very significant and inestimable role. A free, frank and fearless media is extremely essential not only in a democracy but in every other forms of Government. The manner in which the news are presented keeps the people informed and in touch with what goes in […]

Rant against Smoking!

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Rant against Smoking!

Sir, Yesterday, when I was waiting for an autorickshaw near Boring Road I saw a group of boys around 16 to 20 years age dressed shabbily which they pretend to be cool, were smoking proudly. How tragic it is that about 13 lakh people in India die every year due to diseases related to smoking […]

Breastfeeding -Infant’s right to food protection

Breastfeeding -Infant’s right to food protection

Sir, Today,there are approximately 852 million people who are undernourished and many more who do not receive enough vitamins and minerals to ensure proper growth and development and to maintain basic health.Millions more are deprived of secure access to safe food and water and adequate health service. Dirty water and lack of sanitation unsafe food […]

Caught in Unreality of Reality Shows?

Caught in Unreality of Reality Shows?

Sir, The psyche of the teenagers today, to a great extent, is affected and shaped by the reality shows. Reality shows shape the mind-set of the younger generation in terms of their thinking, dreams, personality and mindset. Electronic media or new age media has influenced the mindset of the people, especially the younger generation that […]

Tests, Toxins, Drinks and Food

Tests, Toxins, Drinks and Food

Sir What is the most popular non-alcoholic drink in the world, after tea? Obviously, Coca-Cola. Wherever you go to, you will see commercials advertising it; whatever fast-food restaurant you drop in to, Coca-Cola (or Pepsi, which is actually the same regardless of what numerous advertisements claim) will be included into the majority of menus. Children […]

Winter session of Parliament to expedite GST rollout

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Winter session of Parliament to expedite GST rollout

The winter session of Parliament will start on November 16. It will be a month-long session that will end on December 16, the cabinet committee on parliamentary affairs. In its legislative push for the upcoming winter session of Parliament, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) is focusing on laws addressing social and economic issues. Besides three […]

Introduce Criminology course in Universities

Introduce Criminology course in Universities

Sir, Crime has increased manifold in recent years; yet in West Bengal, there seems to no inclination among students to study the nature of crime and ways to deal with it. It can be rightly pointed out  that an analysis of the psychology of the criminal is the key to understanding the nature of the […]

Is boycotting Chinese goods the only solution?

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Is boycotting Chinese goods the only solution?

Sir, After Uri attack and Cross LoC Surgical Strikes, China appears to take the side of Pakistan. It’s after effects are seen in newspapers, news channels and trolls on social media regarding boycotting Chinese lights for decorating the house for the festival of Diwali. I am having one question in my mind. Why can’t Government stop […]

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The Silver Lining in Life

Tell Me Your Dreams Sir – This is a novel written by Sidney Sheldon. I have read it recently and would like to present some lessons according to my view points. This novel summarizes about the life story of a young girl named Ashley Patterson. She is being used by her own father Dr. Steven […]

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