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DECOLONISING INDIA’S EDUCATION
at present a churning takes place that shakes this privileged position. There is certain resurgence of an Indian identity, and tradition and language are major aspects of it.
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The Ideology of A.G. Noorani
Noorani is a one-man Deoband madrassa, seeking a role for Islam in the Indian state in modern times. In his articles on Muslim women’s issues, Noorani, the so-called constitutional expert, emerges as intellectually dishonest
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With water levels receding, aquatic life in the Ganga is struggling to survive
"The construction of dams and hydropower plants in the downstream reaches may change this situation, as the adult Mahseer may not be able to migrate upstream to reach the Nyar for breeding.”
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HOPE BOX for Underpriviliged Kids
We have 250 Million children in India between the ages of 4 to 15 .Out of which Rural India have 175 Million and 12 million in urban slums. 60 % of these children develop musco-skeletal aches/disorders, Eye strain/Weak-eye /blurring of Vision or double vision and headaches. These health Risks are results of bad posture while sitting on floor for long hours and inappropriate illumination. Poverty and lack of awareness among parents led increase in severity.
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The ‘Shah’ of BJP’s game plan who wants to alter India’s political culture
My mother was a staunch Gandhian, a follower of his values. She did prarthana and was a strict vegetarian. She didn’t spin but – see – I am wearing khadi pants!
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Living in the United States of America: Why would anyone want to leave the comforts of the US and return to India?
Its been 3.5 years. I am not earning anywhere close to what I used to earn, in US. My lifestyle is also too far from what I was used to. But I have started a startup a year ago. Things are going good. The future looks rosy. My wife supports me in everything.
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What are some images that restore our faith in humanity?
The dog had sustained fractures in 2 places: her right hind leg and her spine. And currently she is undergoing treatment at TANUVAS.
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Madrassa in Agra Teaches Sanskrit to Inculcate Values of Tolerance
At present the subject Sanskrit is being taught by three teachers including one retired school principal belonging from Hindu community.
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Does Aadhaar serve any Public Interest?
While placing such unabashed trust on the use of Aadhaar, the government forgets to mention that no official certifies the identity or even the address associated with the Aadhaar number.
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How state investment leads to poor academic research in India
Research in India has been plagued by cases of plagiarism and fake PhDs for quite sometime.
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How to rebuild Nepal
Soon the people of Nepal, with the help of international donors, will begin the rebuilding process. They will face some of the same challenges that we faced in Haiti — and I hope that they will be able to avoid the grave mistakes made by Haitians and by the well-intentioned donors who came to our aid.
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Money to solve problems
Money cannot buy you sleep and rest. Similarly it cannot buy you warmth, love, affection.
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Indian diaspora 'great capital' for country: PM Narendra Modi at Pravasi Bhartiya Divas
PM describes Indian diaspora as "great capital" for the country and appeals to the community of over 25 million people living in over 200 countries to help transform the nation.
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Break The Backbone Sanskrit Indian Culture ,Indians Support this?
I propose that we replace her old and ancient education system, her culture, for if the Indians think that all that is foreign and English is good and greater than their own, they will lose their self-esteem, their native self-culture and they will become what we want them, a truly dominated nation.
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Wreckage From AirAsia Flight QZ8501 Found
As footage of the grim discoveries aired on televisions at the airport in Surabaya, family members of the plane's passengers screamed and broke out into tears, AP reported.
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Kiss of Lust and moral policing
They say they should be allowed to kiss on roads because it's their body and they're not hurting anybody. Tomorrow they'll say they can walk around naked, have sex on the open streets because again - it's their body and they're not hurting anyone. Right?
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RSS Sahsarakaryavah Dattatreya Hosabale visits Arnia LoC in J&K, visited houses of 5 persons died due to Pak Firing
Dattaji expressed his candolances with aggrived families
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Comment is free This awesome dissection of internet hyperbole will make you cry and change your life
We’re trying to fit in because exaggeration is the official language of the internet, a talking shop so hopelessly overcrowded that only the most strident statements have any impact.
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Modi orders officials to clean loos on Gandhi's birthday
India’s shortage of toilets costs the country more than $50 billion a year, mostly through premature deaths and hygiene-related diseases, according a study by the World Bank.
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Effective governance and three anecdotes
There is no need to reinvent reform ideas afresh. It is all there in assorted reports of the 2nd Administrative Reforms Commission.
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Nalanda University revived after 800 years, Sushma Swaraj inaugurates varsity
Nalanda University, renowned as a centre for learning till it was burnt down 800 years ago by an invading Turkish army.
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GANDHI REMIX: A new book by Rajmohan Gandhi sheds light on several new aspects of Gandhi's life and beliefs.
Rajmohan Gandhi: That is a remarkable thing that despite these timidities and cowardice, he turned out to be the man who gave fearlessness to millions and millions of people.
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Now, Jaipur Foot for limbless animals
Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samit (BMVSS) is all set to fit the amputee animals with the prosthetic limb
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Media's Love Jehad Denial
...when a practice called “Love Jehad” (LJ) came to light our media folks, as usual, denied its existence.
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RADHA BINOD PAL, THE FORGOTTEN INDIAN
Pal had the courage to stand by his convictions. He refused to let Allied political concerns and purposes, let alone the charter, influence his judgment in any way .
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Manual Scavanging still prevalent in India,says HRW
In March 2014, Supreme Court confirmed however that it is "abundantly clear that the practice of manual scavenging continues unabated."
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Exceptional iceberg to blame for Titanic disaster?
As use of the Arctic increases in the future with declining sea-ice, and as polar ice sheets are increasingly losing mass as well, the iceberg risk is likely to increase in the future, rather than decline,"
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NSA Popping the Technology Bubble
Our government's insane drive to penetrate every network in the world is making the world slam the door in our face.(Feels US experts)
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Have NGOs lost their way?
Oxfam UK’s Duncan Green recently wrote a post for his ‘Poverty to Power’ blog entitled: “What We Can Learn About a Really Annoying Paper on NGOs and Development”. Green was irritated about the Brookes World Poverty Institute paper “The role of NGOs and Civil Society in Development and Poverty Reduction”, in which Nicola Banks with David Hulme question the legitimacy of NGOs.
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Foreign funding and the Maharajas among NGOs
when the Central Statistics Office (CSO) sent people searching for these NGOs in the states, it could not trace lakhs of them. Of the roughly 22 lakh NGOs it tried to verify, only 6.95 lakh could be traced.
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14 facts about India that will blow your mind-3
Business Insider has pulled together some staggering statistics from the sub-continent that will blow your mind.
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14 facts about India that will blow your mind-2
India's 25 richest people have a combined net worth of $174.8 billion, which is about as much as Ukraine's GDP
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14 facts about India that will blow your mind
India has fascinated many. Mark Twain called it ‘the cradle of the human race’ and Albert Einstein said that without India contribution to maths ‘no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made’.
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