Category: Strikes and Protests

Issues in India, News: My opinions, People, Philosophy, Politics in India, Strikes and Protests

United, we stand…

Power corrupts; Absolute power corrupts absolutely. There are certain political parties or some top leaders who are bent upon introducing new policies to bring about some major economic or political changes, hoping that they are taking the country to great heights. Prima facie, it may appear that he is on a new path and under …

Indian Cinema, Politics in India, Strikes and Protests

Less demands, more comforts!

While many of the national parties in India are at the mercy of regional parties, the ruling parties at the center are taking advantage of the rift in regional politics to withstand several demands put forward by farmers or employees. At times, the demands are such that if accepted, it would land the government in …

Issues in India, News: My opinions, Politics in India, Strikes and Protests, Weather

“Water Wise”

Farmers in several states in India are in the grip of unavoidable problems, resulting from water scarcity. Inadequate seasonal rains could be one of the reasons for water scarcity. Then, there maybe man made reasons too. Leading newspapers in India are providing the necessary information to overcome the problems to some extent. In short, one …

Humor, In real life, Strikes and Protests

“Sundays” are here again!

Right from our childhood days, Sundays are seen as happy-go-lucky days for the kids and the middle aged, it used to be a great relief from “Home works” and other day to day ‘strains’ resulting from several expectations. By the way, for the middle-aged, the expectations from their kith and kin to enjoy the holidays …

Issues in India, News: My opinions, Politics in India, Strikes and Protests

Silent revolutions

Those who are addicted to Newspapers, invariably skip most of the regional items (may be because they would have had a detailed version of such information through News channels every day.) Anyway, we have to bear in mind that these reports which occupy some insignificant columns are worth reading because the matters covered in these …

Facts and Fiction, Issues in India, Politics in India, Strikes and Protests

Keep your distance from Politics, please!

The involvement of University students in politics may appear to be an unavoidable practice in view of certain unpleasant developments that distract their attention from studies: But the students must realize that most of the issues are on flimsy grounds prepared by certain political parties who are of the view that their survival depends to …

Facts and Fiction, Humor, In real life, Issues in India, Politics in India, Strikes and Protests

A TIRESOME Job, Indeed!

It has become quite normal these days for politician, Trade Unions and All and Sundry to resort to demonstrations in Protest against some politics of the ruling party or, for some benefits denied by the government in power. Invariably, it could be in the form of ‘Protest marches’ which could slow down day-to-day activities and …

Issues in India, Politics in India, Strikes and Protests

Peace and Prosperity

When Indian intellectuals scholars and sports persons (notably cricket) hit the headlines, they become notable persons not only in India but in other countries as well. But, going beyond such achievements our youngsters and elders have to pay great attention to peace and prosperity without which, all our efforts to achieve top positions will wither …

Issues in India, People, Philosophy, Strikes and Protests

Old order changes, yielding place to new…

“The world is too much with us. Getting and spending, we lay waste our time.” Man became alert to this warning and began to discover new things, using his/her ‘brain power’, aesthetic sense and curiosity. “If tiny birds can fly here and there, why not we?”, mas asked himself. All these things prompted man to …

Politics in India, Strikes and Protests

No more distractions, please

Some of our prestigious universities are in the grip of chaos and confusions created by certain students and politicians, and it appears that it will take a long time to put an end to such calamities which have badly affected the morale of brilliant and ambitious students who would have worked hard to get admission …