British Bias

Nothing demonstrates more convincingly than the following two incidents from the history about the British atrocities and their hypocrisy On 30th January 1972, twenty-six unarmed civil rights protesters or bystanders were shot by the soldiers of the 1st Battalion of the Parachute Regiment of the British Army, under Lt. Col. Derek Wilford, during a Northern …

Water Water Everywhere But Not a Drop to Drink…..

In July 2006 Mumbai was paralyzed by heavy Monsoon rains that left more than 850 people dead and millions displaced.The rains exposed those inherent loopholes in the urban planning that routinely bring miseries to the city dwellers in India. Yesterday Veeral Dholakia was beaten to death by the unruly police for protesting on the street …

Kalam Effect

By Vinay:   After the serial ‘salaam’ing of Mr. kalam for being silent on the issue of getting frisked and the serial slamming of the Continental Airlines for frisking him, it seems many netas are still not satisfied. One young neta from Orissa has come up with a solution; that not 31 but only 3+1 …

Time Magazine’s Report on Mahatma Gandhi When It Chose Him Man of the Year in 1931

TIME Magazine January 5, 1931   Curiously, it was in a jail that the year’s end found the little half-naked brown man whose 1930 mark on world history will undoubtedly loom largest of all. It was exactly twelve months ago that Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s Indian National Congress promulgated the Declaration of Indian Independence. It was in March that …

RASHTRIYA KRISHI VIKAS YOJANA

RASHTRIYA  KRISHI  VIKAS  YOJANA (RKVY) •        Background •          Declining investments in Agriculture •          Declining share of agriculture in the GDP •          Insufficient attention to the allied sectors •          Continued high dependence of the rural people on the agriculture and allied sectors •          Rapid growth in other sectors of the economy •          Distress in Agriculture •        …