Monday , July 13 2020

Parth Rishik

Online Classes : Still a privilege for many in India

Online Classes

The world came to halt with the outbreak of Covid-19. Work from home became the new work environment. The unprecedented lockdown shut various schools and universities that lead to the new era of online classes. The conundrum that comes with this new era is that not all schools and universities can provide online classes, as only those educational institutions whose infrastructure is built on …

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Decoding Big labour reforms in U.P, M.P to attract foreign investments

Labour Reforms in U.P and M.P

India moves big labour law changes to limit coronavirus impact and accelerate the much needed growth engine. The move comes just days after the UP CM held a video conference with US firms to persuade them to shift from China. The Centre on Friday came out strongly in favour of structural labour reforms to spur economic growth, saying it supports …

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Kashmir, the two constitutions and exodus of Kashmiri Pandits

Kashmir and Terrorism

Few Kashmiri youths hold the ideology that Kashmir is not an integral part of India, as this ideology is formulated by people like Syed Ali Shah Geelani, Yasin Malik etc, people like them confuse the mass by saying how come an integral part of India can have its own constitution, and still not be independent. Constitution of Jammu and Kashmir …

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Kulbhushan Jadhav and the misadventures of Mr. Chandan Nandy

Kulbhushan Jadhav

Kulbhushan Jadhav is an Indian citizen and a former Navy man who has been arrested in Pakistan’s province of Balochistan on the grounds of terrorism and spy work on the behalf of Indian Intelligence Agency, Research and Analysis Wing. But the question which is highlighted is how much Pakistan’s words hold credibility, as the Indian Government has denied all the …

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Everything you need to know about RTI

RTI Act

Right to Information act came out back in 2005 replacing Freedom of Information Act, 2002. The Act was passed back on 15 June 2005 and came into force on 12 October 2005 with the ideology that every citizen of India has the right to know about its government’s policies, agencies, agendas, propaganda to the full extent that there is. It …

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Ujjwala Yojana of India’s Modi is changing life of millions

Ujjwala Yojna

Prime Minister Narendra Modi sets an excellent example to what really means “a government for the people” with the commence of Ujjwala Yojana during his first tenure that works in favour of the people below poverty line by providing LPG for cooking purposes. Even after 7 decades of freedom, we were working to achieve the basic necessities. And so far …

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Bihar Diwas celebrated in Scotland

Bihar Diwas

22nd March stand as the day of formation of state Bihar. On this very day, in 1912, British craved out Bihar from Bengal presidency. And every year this day is celebrated as “Bihar Diwas” or “Bihar Day”. While it’s really a very popular day in Bihar what is supervising is that it is also a very popular festival in Scotland, …

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Jungle Raj in Bihar : The Making and Unmaking of Lalu Prasad Yadav

Lalu Prasad Yadav

Lalu Prasad Yadav, the Bihari political phenomena who up-set the order and shook Bihar to its very core. He was like any other, born at Phulwaria in Bihar to Kundan Rai and Marachhiya Devi. A bachelor of Law and Political Science waiting for the right moment to jump in politics. And thus began the making of Lalu Prasad Yadav and …

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