In the year 1947, India got freedom from colonialism and began a tryst with the destiny. Indian Governments over the span of 70 years undertook multiple projects aiming to develop India and make it a major player in the Global economy as it had been once. India, the second most populous country in the world, … Continue reading Lack of Skills: Indian Scenario
Following a trend of giving decisive judgements, the supreme court, a few days back, citing air pollution as a reason, Imposed a ban on the sale of the firecrackers within Delhi and NCR region Up to 8th of November. While this decision was welcomed by doctors, environmentalists, it faced a huge opposition from a … Continue reading To BAN Or NOT TO BAN ; Cracker Ban in Delhi
Poverty in Children in Developing economies is a sad case and a major issue to fight. As we had discussed in the previous article of Children of poverty article on Developing economies and found that children falling into poverty might never get a healthy start in their life, can lead to a vicious cycle of … Continue reading Children of Poverty II – The Developed Economies
Poverty hits hard, lack of opportunities and facilities might stunt the personal development of many individuals who face poverty. The sad facts actually point that children being affected more than an adult in poverty. We need to know what are the issues with poverty in both developing and developed economies. How does poverty … Continue reading Children of Poverty I – The Developing Economies
It is sad to notice that after so many advances in the world of politics and science & technology, we cannot still adequately provide for the children of the world everywhere. Africa, South America, Middle East Asia and South Asia tells a sad story of brutalities over children. In recent years there has been a … Continue reading Child Mortality Rates in India and reasons behind it
On 8 November 2016, Prime Minister suddenly appeared on Television and in his historic address to the nation announced that the 500 and 1000 rupee currency notes will no longer be a legal tender. Although Indian government had gone for demonetization on two prior occasions (in 1946 and in 1978), but the scale of this … Continue reading Demonetization: what we really got in the gamble with a country’s economy?
Being called Libtard and Sickular is the new emergent phenomenon in India. A similar phenomenon has also happened around the globe of mob politics which is governed by emotions and less on actual research or information. The meaning associated with a word changes when it is used in the wrong context or inappropriate context. We … Continue reading When the meaning of words changes…