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I voted once again for this election!!! Frankly, I didnt care whom I
was voting for....BJP was ruled out for all the double standards they
carry...ideally congress too comes under this!!! All other smaller
parties dont matter as they sell their seats later for the winning
party who pays them well.....
What would I dream for India in next 5yrs ?(I cant dream beyond that....its too incomprehensible!!)
* Remove reservation Quota....let Merit rule....find the
right people serving right positions.....support Merit in education,
jobs, etc etc etc...
* kick all the old time
politicians..esp those who cant talk, think clearly and walk
properly.and those who are uneducated.....let them form advisory
committee and we can seek their help, if ever needed!
* Get Educated lots....
* Lobbying be made legal....atleast we know who's making how much...some transparency in the system.
all the politic aspirant candidates go through the hierchy
system..start with panchayat level....and work your way up...and Rahul
,Varun and Priyanka Gandhi....stop calling yourselves Gandhi....your
grandfather's surname was not Gandhi.....and please realize, Mahatma
Gandhi was not your legal great grand father....a quick reminder - your
grandad's surname was Gandy.....now, I am not saying this..but by
calling yourselves "Gandhi", you are creating illicit relationships
* Special section for Mayawati - a lady who slaps
NSA on someone for dividing India communally, is running her own party
on the basis of "Dalit"ism.....Lady, open your eyes before someone
whips your backside after these election results come out!!!!...my
* Get all the politicians standing for elections,
analysed by psychiatrist...:D...not a bad idea considering everyone
runs India as per their own Delusion of grandeur symptoms.....Congress
did it for 50yrs...and we are still suffering with lack of internal
*Police department....WAKE UP.....run for
5 kms everyday before coming for work....melt your bellies and develop
balls to provide security to atleast your own family....STOP heeding to
those dumb witted politicians who lack insight into terms like
democracy, secularism,progress,education etc etc....How can Bangalore
Police let Kumaraswamy conduct a meeting blocking the traffic for 5
hrs......Why didnt anyone shoot him?......and the state govnt didnt
even send any notice to him???? STOP A*** LICKING!!!!! Wake up
* I think every citizen should learn CPR technique...primarily to resuscitate our Judiciary system.....Its dead...absolutely!!!
Education please...let fathers not rape daughters...and friends not
molest their female friends!!!! and esp, to be employed in states like
Bihar, UP, Jharkhand etc etc.....where men seem to be always high on
their own testosterone levels :D
Terrorists of abt 21yrs attack India....India blames Pakistan...makes
some switft so called investigations ...instead of sentencing the
terrorist based on direct evidence available, our system wants a hindi
soap opera....to top it brings in a lawyer who might as well be a
competitor to Ram Jethmalani (who sided Indira Gandhi's
assisinator)....Just a hitch....whole world is laughing their A***
out...guess why? Pakistan is not a new problem for us...50 long years ....the same time when Congress was at the center....where is the internal security???????????
Can anything else beat this?.....yeh there is!!!! Surprised?????
attacks Parliament house....very building that represents Indian
Consittution....he gets capital punishment.....and then comes the
shocker...he gets away scott free!!!!!!!...someone spat on our faces
and went away laughing their A*** out....we watch like it was not us!!!
WE are used to it aint it!!!!! We have done it all these years and we
will continue to do so......
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Importance of Distance Education in India Asif Ahmed After independence, India had made tremendous progress in the field of education, though mostly quantitative in nature. Earlier, education was available only to the elites in society, and a large majority of poor and marginalized people remained illiterate. Political considerations have an important role in the expansion of higher education, especially at the state level. The state government experienced tremendous pressure from the public to establish more and more colleges and universities. In a democratic society, even the strong governments find it very difficult to resist such pressures and are compelled to succumb to the same. These considerations have led to fast expansion of higher education in our country, which in turn, have adverse impact upon its quality....
Posted by: Atul Kumar
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Posted by: Sudhansu Jena
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Posted by: indyacentral
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Facts about "Jana Gana Mana" - Just a thought for the National Anthem! How well do you know about it? I have always wondered who is the "adhinayak" and "bharat bhagya vidhata", whose praise we are singing. I thought might be Motherland India! Our current National Anthem "Jana Gana Mana" is sung throughout the country. Did you know the following about our national anthem, I didn't. To begin with, India's national anthem, Jana Gana Mana Adhinayaka, was written by Rabindranath Tagore in honour of King George V and the Queen of England when they visited India in 1919. To honour their visit Pandit Motilal Nehru had the five stanzas included, which are in praise of the King and Queen. (And most of us think it is in the praise of our great motherland!! !) In the original Bengali verses only those provinces that were under British rule, i.e. Punjab, Sindh, Gujarat, Maratha etc. were mentioned. None of the princely states were recognised which are integral parts of India...