Friday, 24 April 2015

MOVE ON.....

Sometimes its better to let things go,

Rather than crying in vain,

Sometimes its better to move one,

Rather than moaning in pain,

Sometimes we must learn to let go,

Sometimes we must learn to live alone,

And accept that something which we have always loved has gone,

Sometimes its better to not peep in the past,

Sometimes its better to tell yourself that opportunities are still vast,

We all must one day lose everything with which we have been rewarded,

Tell yourself that it was nothing but that day of yours,

Sometimes to live happy in life,

We need to let go of thing that made our problems nil from rife,

Sometimes its better to cry out once rather lamenting day and night,

I know its hard but just try to stop your inner fight,

Just believe in God, he must have done it right,

Life has not ended without it,

Stop crying and living in bits,

When one door closes, many more open up,

Whatever is good for you must one day wear you up,

Just wait for the day when you get what you deserved,

Just hope and one day your life will be revered,

So move on today if you think it is right,

One day you will surely win that consciousness' fight....


Friday, 10 April 2015

Pakistan's true colour.

Pakistan has again shown its true colors to the world. On one hand, it shows its pseudo-penchant and alacrity to end terrorism around the world and on the other hand it has released one of the masterminds behind the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

Pakistan has indeed never wanted to put a halt of terrorism and has in actuality used it as an instrument of its policy. After being crushed to victory and being abashed in the world due to its vexing things, Pakistan could find solace in nothing except terrorism and hence it resorted to giving full support and assistance to terrorism in order to hurt other nations especially India. Today the whole Pakistani army is in itself nothing but a camp of terrorists, its intelligence agency ISI holds relation with the terrorist groups in Pakistan and even the whole government is afraid of being routed up if its speaks anything against the terror groups out there. After such things, we can very well fathom the actual condition of Pakistan. Pakistan is currently a safe haven for terrorists and this thing can be easily proved from the recent incident of bail of 26/11 mastermind Lakhvi.
Though there are complete and ample proofs against Lakhvi, in not only 26/11 Mumbar terror attacks but also in many other bombings but still Pakistani courts let this terrorist out quoting that the court lacked sufficient proofs to prove Lakhvi guilty.

Actually terrorism is rampant around the world just because of nations like Pakistan. When the whole world is afflicted with the terrorism named pest, Pakistan is using it as a measure to terrorize its neighbors. In fact, even Pakistan has not been able to come out unwounded. Recent Peshawar attack on an army school and many other bombings there prove the things, but still this nation wants to promote terrorism. Isn't this disgusting!! Despite of being wounded so many times, this nation still wants to use terrorism just as a measure to give pain to India. There are so many proofs today, that Pakistan in running terrorists camps to prepare terrorists against India, there are so many evidences that almost all of the terrorists attacks taking place in India are hatched out on the land of Pakistan but still Pakistan is using terrorism in order to terrorize India and amusingly after so many things, it comes back and complains that India is the one which doesn’t want to move further on issues through diplomatic talk. Isn't this something utterly unacceptable!

Today when the whole world is bearing pain afflicted by terrorism and on the other hand there are nations like Pakistan which are busy in promoting nasty things like Pakistan. Pakistan should be ashamed on itself and must stop using this detestable activity as an instrument of policy.



Thursday, 9 April 2015

Why is India lagging behind others??

Science is in itself a miracle. The thing that can create everything out of nothing and can make anything assimilate in nothing. It’s a marvelous thing that can transform anything from rags to riches, make a mother talk to his sitting miles away from her, make people sitting abroad see their families. But actually science is a creation of innovation, innovation comes when provided a stimulus and India gives everything to the budding generation except stimulus, thus killing their innovation, no innovation leaders to no invention at all and hence we still export brilliant students, scientists and doctors but lack them here in our country.

According to 2011-12 statistics, there is much to moan and lament about the condition of science in India. The United States of America and South Korea invested 2.76% and 4.04% of their GDP respectively in their R&D industry as compared to 0.88% spent on the R&D by India. If we look at purchasing power parity too, we lagged behind the world superpowers with whom we compare ourselves regularly. India invested $36.2 Billion whereas China, the United States and South Korea had invested $205.4 billion, $429.1 billion and $58.4 billion respectively in their scientific researches, and the results too are in front of us. Previously the US dominated the world's science, but its share of publication of scientific articles dropped from 26% to 21%. China's share rose from 4.4% to 10.2%. The UK's share declined from 7.1% to 6.5% of the world's papers.
Projecting beyond 2011, the Royal Society said that the landscape would change "dramatically". "China has already overtaken the UK as the second leading producer of research publications, but some time before 2020 it is expected to surpass the US.
Today one of the biggest problems with India is that we have failed at managing our money. In things like science, where investment is a must we focused least while on some petty issues we just disburse out a deluge of money. Even after so many years of independence we people are importing outdated American, French and Russian military equipments, machines, medicines etc. and amusingly these nations have even stopped using the artilleries which we are importing. Such an appalling condition is there with our nation and still we aim at being a super power in the world. If we take a glance at all the superpowers of the world, then actually they all are product of nothing but their scientific advancements.

Today we need to make a clear choice, whether we just want to build castles in the air or are we actually determined and tenacious to become a major world power. Today is the time to think.

Jai Hind, Jai Bharat
Jai Ma Bharti

Monday, 6 April 2015

Degrading environment...

Today, our Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi inaugurated a two day conference on environmental issues in Vigyan Bhawan, Delhi and during his speech there, he certainly gave an outright message to the whole world that rather than finding the problems with the system, we should rather focus on solving the ones which exist. “That is because the world is looking at peripheral issues. I have always said the root of the problem lies in changing our lifestyles, in moving away from consumerism. A higher degree of consumerism brings with it greater exploitation of nature. Till we focus on our lifestyles, we will not be able to deal with the problem effectively, despite our best efforts”, Mr. Modi added.
Actually the problem that has devastated the whole of mother earth is of attitude of people regarding the situation that we are facing. If we look on to the past statistics (of ancient India), then we would certainly observe that the problems which we are facing today like global warming, ozone layer depletion etc. never ever existed at that time. There are basically two reasons behind all the notorious transformation through which mother earth has undergone during past 100 years or so.

The first and foremost reason is of attitude. Though most of the activist groups do quote that people are not aware of the situation or about the current condition of but actually the problem lies in attitude, because even those who are well aware of the situation still make no efforts in order to assist mother earth out of the trouble in which it is in and that too just due to we people. If we look on the statistics around the world then disappointingly only 1% of Chinese people today breathe air that is considered “good” by the standards of European Union and from this figure we can surely infer the condition of the world currently. Previously we never encountered such problems because of the attitude only. Our forefathers considered mother earth as even more crucial than any other thing, even Gods and hence they worshipped earth more than anything thereby things like degradation of soil and deforestation but today the attitude of people is just nasty and they consider earth as nothing except something that must be destroyed and nothing else must be done to it and hence today humanity stands on the verge of biggest disaster that is day by day becoming inevitable.

The next thing is of technology. Today advancement and technology are the trademark of this century and flagship of mankind, but somebody has said it correctly that nothing is constant except change. Though we have surely changed, but change has not been complete. We changed things but we never found a substitute to them. We changed ourselves in terms of technology but never thought about environment and how to upgrade it too. We changed but not for good or you can say it has been a suicidal change and surely we need to change, change not for change’s sake but change to endure.

Today we stand on the verge of the greatest disaster the whole humanity has ever seen and hence if we can’t change today then we can’t do it any other time. So just digest this inconvenient truth that now is the time to undergo overhauling.



Saturday, 4 April 2015

India's lagging school education system...

Recently  I wrote about why higher education system in India is turning day by day into a fiasco, but if we look at all the aspects then the school’s education system is in a no better situation.
India’s school education system is currently one of the worst in the whole world where students are not taught to dream or experiment but actually are taught to become a rote machine and just feed all the data of their textbooks in their mind.
There are many reasons why the Indian school education system is one of the worst education systems of the world.
Let me give you an example. Currently JEE (Joint Entrance Exam) Advanced is one of the toughest entrance tests in the whole world to get admission in an engineering institute and every year more than a million students take the test. But the main problem is that nowadays, it has become a must to take coachings for the test because in our school system the level of difficulty is almost nil while JEE Advanced is, as I mentioned, one of the toughest engineering entrance tests around the world. Today, that’s why so many coaching institutes have become famous and rich too. These institutes demand lakhs for just around one year of coaching and poor students are just not able to get coaching from these coaching institutes and thereby our school system which never endeavors to induce hard topics, calculations etc. in its syllabus is completely responsible for such deplorable condition of those students who can’t afford to pay for the coaching classes.
The next thing that is eating up whole of the system is of the lack of “good and qualified” teachers. Today India has a lot of teachers but pretty less good teachers. In fact qualified science and mathematics teachers are hard to be found all over the country. The private schools out there don’t want teachers who are good at teaching but rather have a penchant for teachers who demand less salary. Due to such scoundrel practices, the future of thousands of students is destroyed every year. It is actually a teacher who can either make you or break you, and these people just for money are ready to break and tarnish the bright future of thousands of children who are just demanding nothing except education.
Such practices are just annihilating our education system day by day and if things continue like this only then eventually, our lagging education system might be one of the biggest causes behind the downfall of this great nation. Isn’t it embarrassing that once we had Takshila University which was world’s biggest centre of learning and now we are in such a pathos condition.
 Today its high time when we realize that compromising with education is nothing short of compromising with the future of the nation and hence today we need to stand up against our poor and ineligible education system.


Friday, 3 April 2015

Delhi in tatters.

A few days back the national capital Delhi was in complete sixes and sevens. As the Delhi government had not disbursed money to the municipal corporations of Delhi (North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC), South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) and East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC)). As the workers were not paid their salaries for around two months, they resorted to protests against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi.
During the protests, a very stupid remark was given by Delhi’s Chief Minister Mr. Arvind Kejriwal that if BJP can’t control municipal corporations then they should handover that work of corporation to AAP’s government in Delhi.
This stupid and misleading statement was given to hoodwink the people of Delhi as well as the workers who were on strike and had made a mess of the whole Delhi by spreading the waste all over the roads. Currently there is a BJP rule in the municipal corporations and hence it is right that it’s the duty of the authorities to give payments to the workers, but what will the authorities do when they are themselves not given funds. Actually, it’s the duty of Delhi’s government to give funds to the municipal corporations for various purposes and the money is included in the National Capital’s budget, but the new “revolutionary” CM of Delhi proclaimed that his government will not give money to the corporations and they must go to the Central government to demand funds. Either the CM doesn’t know the procedure or he is trying to play dirty politics.
Even former Chief Minister of Delhi Sheila Dixit said that it is the sole responsibility of the Delhi government to give money to Delhi’s corporations. The sum that the central government gives to the state in annual budget is used to fund the corporations.
Afterwards too rather than conceding his mistake, Mr. Kejriwal said that center should give more money to him and it’s a BJP’s trick to stop Delhi government from doing welfare works in the state. So let me tell the newly elected Chief Minister that annual budget is not made keeping in mind that other parties’ governments in various states should suffer. Annual national budget is for the whole nation and it will never be made according to the wishes of Mr. Kejriwal. Its his problem how he will fulfill his unreal promises made during the time of election. Central government doesn’t say that electricity, water etc. would all be free.
First of all it’s the state’s government’s duty to fund MCDs (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) so Mr. Kejriwal should stop playing dirty and false politics in the state and the second thing is the promises which he has concocted and promised to the people of Delhi are so much kind of hyperbole and currently they are actually beyond imagination. So rather than passing the blame to central government now, he much understand his responsibility and if he can’t do that, he must feel free to resign.



Thursday, 2 April 2015

India's R&D needs help..

Today one of the greatest problems that the whole nation confronts is of lack of a robust and healthy Research and Development (R&D) environment in the whole nation. Even after more than half a century of independence and being counted among one of the biggest economies and rising nations of the world, still we need to export basic ammunition, choppers, fighter jets, submarines, ships and various other things. If we compare India in terms of R&D department with BRICS nations then too we fare pretty miserably spending only 0.87% of our GDP on this crucial industry as compared to Brazil which spend 1.17%, Russia 1.25%, China 1.70% and South Africa 0.93% in the financial year 2009-10.
Though the amount of money being spent in R&D industry has incremented manifold but still we continue to struggle to have a good and confident R&D industry in the nation. Amusingly people can spend Rs. 4000 crores on crackers but when Rs. 450 crores are spent on our space mission, people take a grudge at it saying the money spent could have helped the poor and the needy. Isn’t it disgusting? The sum of Rs. 4000 crores in good because it was spent on petty, low grade and cheap fun but a sum of Rs.450 crore is burden because it was spent to give an impetus to the budding scientists and to plagued Indian space system. What a pity! The thing explains it all.
One of the biggest problems that our R&D industry is facing is clearly of low expenditures by the authority on this vital sector. Our scientists have great plans, wonderful minds and ingenious set up for things, they just need investment in order to arrange for various things need and they can make much better stuff that Russians or Americans (Even American bank of our scientists who constitute 36% of total workforce in NASA). The mangalyaan mission which cost even lesser than a Hollywood film and did its work with utter perfection is a great paradigm which clearly proves that our R&D’s mettle all over the universe. But still, it doesn’t enjoy the amount of confidence and funds that its worth and this is what’s annihilation this humongously worthy industry. This is the reason why we have to approach France, Russia and America for their warfare ammunitions and other materials and those materials which they have themselves stopped using.
Today India stands on a crucial phase in life where we need to make choices, we need to decide priorities and R&D must be our top priority if we want to “Make in India” and to transform our manufacturing sector from mundane to extraordinary.”