Dr. Javed Jamil Almost all religions with few exceptional orders express severe detestation for homosexuality. Faced perhaps with their receding popularity, only a few denominations of Christianity and Hinduism have tried to reconcile with the modern approach towards the issue. Both Quran and Bible describe in gory detail about the destruction of the twin cities … Continue reading Homosexuality in perspective of Quran and Bible
By Dr. Javed Jamil Despite different natures of their issues, the market forces have brought them together because if there is anything common in them, it is the interests of market forces in them. The Lesbians, gays, transgenders and bisexuals have organized themselves into a community called LGBT; and they have developed massive networks throughout … Continue reading LGBT Not a Group of Equals: Eunuchs need sympathy, others treatment
Mockery has become BJP’s weakest tool against Rahul By Gyan Pathak As election round the corner and the way BJP ridiculing main opposition leader and congress president Rahul Gandhi seems to be digging its own grave. As the BJP ridiculing him, the congress leader is getting stronger day by day. Now it is clear – … Continue reading Ridiculing Rahul may backfire on BJP
By MADHU AGRAWAL / NEW DELHI The austerity-measures approved by new Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan which include ban on first-class air-travel by even President, Chief Justice and Chairpersons of two Houses of Parliament. He even imposed ban on use of special aircrafts for international visits by Pakistan Prime Minister. It may be recalled … Continue reading Austerity-Measures by Pakistan Should be Followed More Vigorously in India
By Syed Ali Mujtaba India’s new social justice system through lynch mob that’s making hay while sun shines, has resonance in Bihar as well. This time their target was a helpless woman who was stripped and paraded naked on the streets of Arrah town. The most conspicuous part of this justice system was the mood … Continue reading Attack on women and silence of feminist group!
Syed Ali Mujtaba Prime Minister Narandra Modi 72 Independence day speech from the ramparts of the historic Red Fort was a dam squib affair. It was just a talk the talk with no meaningful take away. Millions of Indians were expecting that he will come up with pointed achievements that have been made under his … Continue reading PM Modi Independence Day Speech a Dam Squib
By Kushal Jeena The landmark changes that the Congress President Rahul Gandhi recently made in the Congress Working Committee CWC are an indicative of his plans to expose the next generation of party leadership to the functioning of apex decision making body and at the same time retaining old guards for their reliable advice and … Continue reading CWC Reshuffle: Rahul exposes next generation to the apex decision-making body
By Dr. Prem Singh The problem of presence of illegal Bangladeshi nationals in Assam is quite complex and old. When the students movement against the Bangladeshi infiltration in Assam held in the eighties, they were supported by socialists and Gandhians of the country. Then that movement was secular and its emphasis was on Assamese citizens … Continue reading NRC in Assam: Need for Caution and Restraint
BY- MADHU AGRAWAL in NEW DELHI India is certainly a strange country where totally non-harming cows are now-a-days not allowed in urban area and streets of Delhi, the capital city of India. But harming stray dogs creating nuisance of unhygienic shit every where and usual cases of dog-bites are not removed from streets in name … Continue reading If cows can be removed from streets, why not dangerous dogs?
Syed Ali Mujtaba India has witnessed a spate of lynching incidents in recent times. Many of of such incidents are attributed to fake news that is discovered much after the damage is done. The Supreme Court of India has become agog to such frightening reality and had ordered the Centre and the States government to … Continue reading ‘Fake News’ is turning India into ‘lynchocracy’
AMN / NEW DELHI GOVERNMENT OF INDIA has prepared a policy for Eco-tourism in forest and wildlife areas, which ...
The survey was conducted on 111 cities in the country. Chennai has been ranked 14 and while New Delhi stands a ...