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Mahatma Gandhi, the father of our nation, preached non-violence to the world. Many of today’s world leaders and successful people have looked up to Gandhiji and his principle of non-violence. But then why are his countrymen using violence as a means to voice their opinions? Several political and religious groups and anti-social elements have used violence against what they consider as not a part of Indian culture. The cases of attacks against girls going to pubs in Mangalore by Hindutva-based groups can only highlight the increasing...

Why Manmohan Singh defends silence? India has scams with almost all English alphabets A – Adarsh Scam B – Bofors Scam C – CWG Scam D – Devas-Antrix Scam E – Employment Guarantee Scheme (EGS) Scam F – Fodder Scam G – Ghaziabad Provident Fund scam H – Harshad Mehta Stock Market Scam I – IPL Scam J – Junior Basic Trained teachers’ recruitment...

It was about midday in a city. The traffic of a highway was blocked. All pedestrians had been stopped, all vehicles blocked, everything silent pregnant woman was crying out in pain, helpless in her car blocked amidst the huge traffic. In the meantime huge rally of VIP cars rushed by, all air-conditioned and veiled with curtains which were the security cars escorting...

India celebrated its Independence Day  on August 15 with profound reverence; obviously, even after 65 years have passed, a sense of huge achievement still lingers. It is wished that India continues to make great strides in all spheres of life, enabling its people to finally realise the dream of an equitable development that will actually add to the real sense of...

A wonderful article on INDIAN MEDIA..just need to rewind our clocks a bit to the time when Anna/Ramdev first started their anti-corruption crusade..Here’s an article by me who calls myself ‘aam aadmi’:- Its a bit lengthy..but real interesting…Go through it..! I read newspapers from all over the world. In countries like India (secular democracies)...

I agree this is a clichéd topic and I probably have nothing new to offer than what has already been told, written or discussed. Whether it was Anna Hazare, Lokpal, Ramdev or any other initiative – we have all stood by, watched, participated and let it die down. The issue is not that it was not successful and that corruption still persists. The issue is ‘WHY’....