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Ravi Shankar Parsad - Law-Lessness rules

It was in July 2015 that the then Law Minister, Sadananda Gowda suggested that the National Litigation Policy would be implemented soon. Two years having gone by, there is no news about the same, and ..

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Piyush Goyal - Power Full energiser

As the Narendra Modi-led National Democratic Alliance government completes three years in office, one sector which has made significant visible advances is power. Under the steward guidance of Piyush ..

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Rajiv partap rudy - unskilled ministry

India is the country with one of the youngest workforces in the world. Two third of its 126 crore population is below the age of 35 years. Demographic experts estimate that by 2020, India will become the youngest country in the world with a median age of 29. This figure is both heartening as well as frightening. It’s...

Startups challenging ecosystem

“What is your career objective? Studying and then taking up a job or studying and then becoming a job creator”? Asked the MBA teacher to the final year students of IIM, Indore. Before the students could reply, the teacher added that an IIM tag will get you a decent job with salary package ranging from Rupees 25 lak...

A touching issue

Social scientist and founder of Sulabh International Dr Bindeshwar Pathak believes that his suggestion made to the Central Government several years ago to install containers below all train toilets can provide a long-term solution to the problem of dirty railway tracks. Speaking at the Youth Conclave organised by Parli...

Vijay goel - sporting questions

Union Youth affairs & Sports Minister Vijay Goel’s son is fond of sporting activities. He likes to play cricket, football and even basketball but the minister is not at all happy with what his son is playing, rather he is concerned about his health. Surprised? A child taking part in sporting activities and the father...

Piyush goel - em-powering india

With the Bharatiya Janata Party government now in power in states covering 60 percent of the geographical area of India, Union Minister for Power, Coal and Renewable Energy Resources Piyush Goyal believes the country is better placed than ever before to usher in an era of power discipline through reduction in thefts, a...

The neo jholawallahs

Divakar Sankhla is an IIM, Lucknow and IIT, Madras passout. As he gets ready for his work, he gives a final touch to his presentation which is loaded with ‘numbers’. An hour later, he is at his work location – a small, crummy room in Sangam Vihar, Asia’s largest unauthorised colony. He is presenting before a bu...

Start up for india’s future

Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life - think of it, dream of it, live on that idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success.” – Swami Vivekanand When 24-year-old Amit Swami rejected Google’s package ...

Changing face of social media

First thing Suresh Prasad does in the morning is to check his phone. Even before he asks wife for bed tea, he updates himself on whatever has transpired in past 8-10 hours, when he was asleep. And he doesn’t do that by switching on TV news, but checking the social media first. A marketing executive with a white good...

The eye of the vedas

It is for a reason that Jyotisha is referred to as the ‘eye of the vedas’. It is a lens through which one can perceive the knowledge of the finite and infinite.A route to understand the divine forces at play and see an underlying order in the apparent chaos of life. The approach to understanding the cosmos has to b...

Charms for the charmers

BATUK MAHARAJ, a high-flying astrologer character, played by Saurabh Shukla in the film Lage Raho Munna Bhai, gives a satirical insight into superstitions and the control of an astrologer over his Powerful client. This reel character gives real life glimpses of many celebrities. Their faith and beliefs are underscored ...