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Jealousy is the dandruff of mind.The jealousy-dandruff creates uneasiness in the mind and troubles the others and is the root cause for several social disorders.Jealousy stops social growth and promotes individual interests.No existing system of medicine can cure this morbid except spiritual philosophy, which is highly distasteful to the persons whose attitude and life style is dominated by the character of envious thoughts.
Some times it is difficult to understand whether a person possess the element of jealousy in his/her mind because jealousy may lie behind the smirks as well as smiles.Jealousy... (more)
Amid several controversies ‘The Andhra Pradesh Reorganization Act 2014’ has been passed by the Indian Parliament and approved by the President of Republic of India for creation of “Telengana” state as 29th State of India by dividing the existing State of Andhra Pradesh. And the “Telengana” state officially comes into existence from 2 June 2014 onwards.
After 2 June 2014 the districts viz., Adilabad, Nizamabad, Karimnagar, Medak, Warangal, Rangareddy, Nalgonda, Mahaboobnagar, Hyderabad, and Khammam (excluding those Revenue villages of Burgampadu Mandal and Seetaramanagaram and “Kondreka’... (more)
Active research on Aliens comparatively is a recent phenomenon for this generation of scientists. But communications and interaction with Aliens is as old as beginning of creation for ancient Indians, but went unrecognized by the outerworld and disbelievable to modern scientists, due to its association with Hindu religion. Knowledge and secrets went unrecognized due to parochial religious acrimony for long time.
Western and American scientists still could not provide the complete knowledge to the world and, probably may not have specific perceptions on, how they are visualizing the Aliens... (more)
The changing trends in the matrimonial and family institutions in dilemmatic and confused societies like India are quite apprant when you observe the radically changing trends that are taking place in this country. The fickleness of these institutions are quite visible in recent times, when you observe the number of matrimonial advertisements in the daily news papers and internet matrimonial web sites, out of which at least 65 per cent advertisers are second or third marriage persons (except widows) irrespective of their age groups and also the increasing number of criminal cases being filed... (more)
Former Justice of Supreme Court of India and present Chairman of Press Council of India Mr.Markendeya Katju once again attacked the evils prevalent in the Indian Law making, law executing and law adjudicating bodies and the irresponsible role being played by media in the country. Speaking in the two day National Seminar on “New Channels: Morality and Reality” held by a South Indian state University at Hyderabad, on 6 April, Mr.Katju said 90% of Indians vote like cattle and sheep in electing their Legislative representatives, based their loyalties on caste and religion but not on the merit... (more)
When Law-making (Legislature), Law-executing (Government) and Law-adjudicating (Courts) bodies are protecting the women by enacting strong Anti-Rape laws and by involving themselves in the personal lives of the citizens by enacting, executing and adjudicating the laws pertaining to their Family/Post-Matrimonial lives as regulatory bodies at different levels, why all the three bodies of the state, are not reckoning it as their responsibility to interfere in the pre-matrimonial lives of the people also, to avert after marriage nuisances and after marriage and family disputes. Such as by performing... (more)
Though the Hon’ble Chief Justice of India stated that Delhi rape case is one among many, but not a unique one, a very tough Rape punishment law is enacted by Indian Parliament, keeping the sole incident of rape occurred at New Delhi, in view. No body would oppose for the tough punishment if anyone really committed the act of Rape/Sexual assault. But it is absolutely offensive if 'consensual sex' cases are twisted as 'rape' cases if relationships are boomaranged between the parties. The unique provision made in the recent rape-law in India is, the age for ‘consensual sex’ is fixed at 18 years.... (more)
The Upper House of Indian Parliament has approved the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Bill on 25th February 2013, that will facilitate the women working in organized, unorganized as well as private sectors, including the domestic maids working in homes and agricultural workers, filing sexual harassment cases against the men. Earlier the Lower House of Parliament also approved the Bill.
Hence, from now onwards a working women can lodge a police complaint against the men working in a government office, private organization, agricultural fields,... (more)
Terrorism has a very narrow connotation in the view of Law, Police, Media and Public. For them, Terrorism means unleashing violence to kill the people by using explosives and modern weapons to intimidate the public or government and to cause destruction to public or private property for political or non-political purposes. If a bomb gets blasted somewhere in Hyderabad city, or Mumbai or New York or London or Sydney, and takes away the lives of some people, it would be reckoned as ‘Terrorist activity’ by the Police and Law. So, taking away the lives of the people and destruction caused to the... (more)
India is the second largest Democracy in the world after United States of America, but, while United States is Presidential Democracy, India is a Parliamentary Democracy. Both nations have been suffering from certain merits and demerits in their political systems. As far as India is concerned, already much criticism has been spread by the print and electronic media in the past half century, on the malfunctioning of the Democratic system, corruption of Political Parties, electoral malpractices, and major economic scams done by the political parties when they had wielded power at State or National... (more)