Friday, 22 February 2013

Wake Up, India!!

Some or the other ruled over India till the date of independence. Imaginative moments of peace were always covered by the bloodshed in reality. And since the date of independence, the web of terrorism covered the whole nation. 

Why is India always the target? Tell me even a single instance when my motherland tried to harm others. What was the fault of those Indians who were killed in Hyderabad blasts? I ask those people who feel proud of killing themselves for killing others. They call it freedom. Every religion of the world teaches patience and forgiveness, then why these murders of the innocent people. If a soul can't respect another soul, then which for which respect they are craving. What kind of satisfaction is that which takes away one's life? What kind of happiness is that which enjoys others tears? Even a war is fought face to face, then why these attacks in hiding. If we are at fault, why don't they talk face to face? 

The god watches everything. People who die for killing others are not even aware of the later consequences. They give their own life and call it sacrifice. But, what kind of sacrifice is that which can't even win the praise of others? Have they seen the life after death? How can they even think of heaven for making others lives hell? Is it fair to kill those who aren't even aware of the cause for their fury? 

Just imagine the purpose of their lives, born to snatch others rights of living. I know, many people involved in such acts count the past accidents which have happened with them and proof those causes as the valid reason for their activities. For example, if we take the incidence of Gujrat riots, many people were burnt alive and many were also there who watched their families being burnt by others. And yes, out of depression and feelings of revenge, anyone can become an easy prey of such deadly groups. But, before entering into that deadly world, why not punish only those people who made you suffer? Why does the entire society be made victim? In that society, some people may be your friends who would have actually cried on your situation at that point. In such situations, people blame the administration and police and say as they didn't listen to so they chose terrorism as the last option. Ask your inner soul, should that be the answer? Look at yourself and those people who inject poison in your mind and heart just to make your feelings more poisonous in order to stand against humanity. What life are you living? Why do you make yourself devoid of the right to happiness, right to celebrate with your family, right to lead a responsible life loving others and being loved by others? Search the core of your heart, and contemplate on the things to know if those really give you happiness or you do them only to relieve your frustration. Does this gifted life hold only this much importance for you? 

And what about those who are suffering the wrath of such attacks in India or who have already lost their near and dear ones in such attacks? I can only sympathize with them but the pain they must be going through can't be understood by anyone. People, I would like to request you not to become completely dependent on the administration and the police as they are also formed of and by us. Now, it's the time for each and every citizen of the nation to become vigilant. Think of the time of independence when people were not so educated or connected to the world through globalization. If they could fight for their rights, why can not the modern Indians? How many of us read the history of a leader for whom we vote? Till now, people simply vote for the parties for whom their generations have been voting. The world has changed, haven't the parties and leaders also changed? So, why is this stubbornness? 

Wearing dhoti kurta doesn't symbolize clean politics; clarity should be in the heart. We read newspapers daily; see murders and rapes and scandals, how many of us actually give a thought to it? To avoid this, all of us have a simple escape, this is daily news, and what can I do alone? Ask yourself if you ever tried to make others think in the same direction. Without anyone taking the step to ignite this feeling, how will the fire spread? The spark is in everyone and everywhere and also visible when people gather and criticize the situation of the politics and the nation. But, whom do we criticize, none other than ourselves? Politicians in thousands of scandals with millions of bank balance sit in our parliaments. What expectation can be levied on such people? 

So, wake up, Indians! Your motherland once again needs you. Watching others dieing, don't wait for the time to let your loved ones die in the same way. Wake up!! Let's join hands and throw all such dirt out of the nation. We are the makers and being the largest democracy of the world, let's snatch our powers. Let's show the world that the tolerance of India has crossed its limits. If we can make others understand with love and patience, then can also punish those who try to check our patience. Don't forget, our motherland is the amalgamation of fighters like both Gandhi ji and Bhagat Singh. Come, whoever you are in favor of this nation and to fight against the sufferings, I will be first to encourage you and join hands with you. 

Thursday, 21 February 2013

Indian Corporate Sector Employees to get 10% Hike in Salaries

As per a survey conducted by a human resource consulting firm Aon Hewitt, people working in corporate sector of India may get a 10% hike in their salaries this year.

The survey has revealed the highest hike of up to 13.5% for pharma company employees followed by FMCG which is expected to give 12.3% of hike. In giving salary hike to its employees, India is expected to leave behind China which is considered to be the world’s fastest growing economy.

Some other sectors which are expected to give good hikes to their employees include medical devices, life sciences and consumer business. 

UK PM declines to Return India’s Kohinoor

On his visit to India, UK PM David Cameron denied to return the Kohinoor diamond when he was asked for it. The appeal to return the diamond was made by Gautam Sengupta who is the Director General of Archaeological Survey of India. The precious diamond was taken to Britain during the British rule in India when India was under its dominance. 

Declining the demand for the precious diamond, Cameron said, “I certainly don’t believe in returnism.” He also referred to a law which prevents British government from returning the items.

Kohinoor was certainly one of pride elements of India. After being taken to Britain, it was seen in the coronation crown of Queen Alexandra. Now, it is in a museum of Britain.

Will UK PM’s One Soft Statement Heal India’s Wounds of Jallianwala massacre?

David Cameron, UK’S Prime minister visited the Jallianwala massacre site and called the whole tragedy deeply shameful. The tragedy which killed hundreds of unarmed men and women including children locked inside a public park can’t even be healed or forgotten with an apology. However, the ironical part is that apology was never made. There was much hype about David Cameron’s visit to India and hope of his apologies for the incident, but in vain. India only heard from his mouth, “We must never forget what happened here.”

This statement comes as an act to woo the Sikh community for voting him. However, the response of the people to his statement has worked more towards reopening the past wounds rather than healing it.

On being criticized for not making a full apology, the PM said that it would not be correct to “reach back into history and seek out things you can apologize for.”

Sunday, 17 February 2013

Is Congress Forcing Rahul Gandhi for Prime Minister’s Role?

      Recently, Rahul Gandhi was quoted as saying that he is not interested in becoming the Prime Minister of India. Not only this, he also added that he considered Manmohan Singh to be fit for the role. While talking about his publicity for prime minister’s post in 2014 elections, he said that he was given the responsibility of vice president of Congress and that was only what he was interested in.

So, does this comment by Rahul Gandhi change the view of Congress? As per the sources, the party is still firm on Rahul Gandhi’s candidature for Prime minister’s post in 2014 elections. Whatever be the fact, but Rahul Gandhi’s role as the Prime minister of India, if he gets a chance for that, will prove the administrative role of Congress party under the Gandhi title once again.

Thursday, 14 February 2013

Will Modi’s Grand Stature Overpower Rahul’s Gandhian Connection?

After experiencing the complete havoc of administration in India in the past few years of Congress rule, the 2014 Lok Sabha elections are eagerly awaited by the people. Whether the shooting prices or the increased terrorism, the government seems to have failed in showing its capability in any of the aspects. 

The prime ministerial candidates from both the major parties BJP and Congress have been decided. The battle in 2014 elections will be between Rahul Gandhi of Congress and Narendra Modi of BJP. However, the overpowering stature of Modi which has mainly come in to focus with his progress model of Gujrat seems to be dominating even the Gandhian favour of Rahul Gandhi.

So, what can be the  favorable factors for Rahul Gandhi? The strongest point is his connection with Gandhi family and the second is that he doesn’t have any political tint apart from a few criticisms for his illogical comments. Far above all this, he is the son of Sonia Gandhi, the current president of Congress. 

The year 2012 will always be remembered for Anna’s ansan and Kejriwal’s revolts which aroused the soul of every common person. Now, India doesn’t want just a name connected with a famous personality, but a person who has become famous for his deeds. Undoubtedly, Modi exceeds in all of this and comes out as a ray of hope in these difficult times of India.