India’s 67th Republic Day

It’s 26th January 2016 and India has celebrated its 67th Republic Day…My wishes to India and all fellow Indians…. 🙂

26th January-A special day for India and Indians,as it is the day on which Indian Constitution came into effect during the year 1950 and since then India is considered a Republic and celebrating 26th January as Republic Day all over India.The Constitution of India is the way through which the Government System works,it is the law above all.

The Constitution defines itself and the Government as “for the people,by the people and of the people”,but wait let me ask a question does this happens for real,is Government really for the people,by the people and of the people?It is definitely “by the people and of the people” but not “for the people”..Before the elections they are only & only for the people..But after that we people are mere jokes for them.

Republic-In general it is a Political System where the supreme power lies in the hand of the citizens who can elect people to represent them..For that to happen we Indians are provided with “Right to Vote” a constitutional right but do we exercise our right properly or do it for the sake of doing.

So,this republic day sit back and think,think for yourself,think for the Nation and make the wise decision,because Nations future lies in our hand and we should never be casual in performing our duties towards our Nations

To Know more Kindly check out my other two posts–

And a Cartoon Strip for illustrative purpose to end with… 🙂

For the People,By the People,Of the People

For the People,By the People,Of the People

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Spread The Light

Spread the Light

Spread the Light

Don’t be ignorant…Don’t make Intolerance a Weapon to be used against innocent citizens..Stand up and Spread the light of Education..

Reservation in India

What is the first thing that comes to our mind when we hear about Reservation..To me the first thing that comes to my mind is all about Indian Railways Reservation because at some point in my life I was a dedicated and frequent traveller by Indian Rail…
But the hard truth is Reservation is such a common word in India,its kind of daily bread and butter for most of us.No matter wherever we are,reservation has to be there.Sometimes I feel sorry for my Country,even after 65years of Independence,India is still kind of handicap as for many issues and one of them is definitely Reservation.
Reservation in certain areas is definitely fine and necessary like Senior citizen reservation,Ladies Coaches in trains etc…But we Indians take few things pretty seriously and take them to a higher level and the results is we have reservations in almost every sphere.
I personally am against reservations on the basis of Caste,Creed,Community and Gender.Since our constitution provide equal rights to every citizen of India,there should be no such things.If we have to provide reservations,it should be done on the basis of economic status of person,such things are in place but not well implemented because we are so messed up with other parts of reservations…India is young so are most of the Indians,average age of India is between 30-35 years and I believe its the right time to step up above all these petty issues as because even after more than 65 years of independence we are still a developing country and the reason behind it which I believe is that we are not able to put our basics right..
So come on Indians rise above those petty issues and lets get our basic rights…

 

Farewell Bid to the Little Master-Sachin Tendulkar

The man because of whom Cricket became a Religion in India,because of whom Cricket found a new meaning in India,Yes you guessed it right “The God of Cricket” as fondly he is known–None other than Sachin Tendulkar is all set to bid farewell from all the formats of Cricket in November…A Journey of 24 years is coming to an end this November.. 😦

At 16 years of age when Sahin Tendulkar came out in Indian Jersey no one did ever imagined that he would be the one of the legend in Cricket that India has ever produced,A man of great Calmness,in the league of his own–his zeal to play Cricket is the main weapon in his success…

This is to you master for whom I came to know what Cricket is?There will always be a void,a void no one will ever be able to fill…I bow to “Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

Here are few lines dedicated to the Master of Cricket:-

Out he comes with his bat;
The Sun Shining overhead,
Blowers ready with different tactics
To get him off the track;

They simply try bouncers,yorker
Short Balls,good length to name a few,
Yet he stands tall facing them with the hue;

But the Final run is near
The last swing of his bat dear to all is here,
The void,emptiness you create is immeasurable
Still The God of Cricket
I bow to you forever

Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar

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“All my life, I have had a dream of playing cricket for India. I have been living this dream every day for the last 24 years. It’s hard for me to imagine a life without playing cricket because it’s all I have ever done since I was 11 years old,” Tendulkar said in the release issued by BCCI .

Voters Right to Reject all Candidates–Landmark Judgement By SC

On Friday one of the landmark judgement by SC powered the Voters with the Right to reject all the candidates mentioned in the Ballot Machine(Electronic Voting Machine)…I must appreciate SC for some the recent Landmark Judgement but this one is above all…Kudos to SC.. 😀

Now What the Right is all about–Read On

Supreme Court-The Highest Judicial Forum and Final Court of Appeal in India on Friday in a landmark judgement for the first time provided the option of casting a negative vote to the Voters if they find no suitable candidates.

In a democracy like India such judgement and right is very much appreciated especially at the current moment when Politics is full of Corrupted Politicians.A much appreciated judgement before the General Elections in 2014.

Supreme Court has asked the Election Commission to provide the option of “None of the Above “(NOTA) at the end of the list of the Candidate’s in Electronic Voting Machine(EVM’s).

SC said–“If right to vote is statutory right, right to reject candidate is fundamental right of speech and expression under Constitution”.

With these Power the citizens will be able to do much more justice to their votes and I believe will use this Right in for the betterment of India.

Please share the news as much as possible as everyone should know about this right.. 🙂
And here is the Highlights of the Judgement passed as appeared on Times of India

Important Things Indian Must Know..

In this post I will try to put lights on some Rules and Laws that every Indian must be aware of..In India basically there are rules for everything,but hardly they are followed,I mean in India it is quite common to break Laws and Rules and so the saying fits correctly “Rules are made to be Broken”,But can’t we Indians be little responsible and follow the rules and Laws that we know,if we follow the Rules and Laws,many things will be under control and India will be a better place.. 😀

The Rules and Laws in this post is not new and I guess most of us know about them,but we hardly use them when needed,So I urge all the Indians to know the Rules and Law and use them whenever necessary arrives but don’t use them for your own benefit…

  1. There is a rule of not riding on the footpaths but Many does that,Footpaths is meant for pedestrians and not for Bikers,So Please avoid it to get in any sort of trouble.
  2. Wearing Helmets–Many Love riding a Bike without wearing Helmet but they never understand that wearing Helmet is for their own safety and not for others,So Be Safe and Wear Helmets.
  3. Wait for the Green Signal,many a times I have seen Cars and Bikes zoomed off even before the green signal is ON,waiting for 10-15 seconds is not a loss at all and To Pedestrians,never cross the road when the Traffic is in flow and always use Zebra Crossing..
  4. Women cannot be detained or arrest by Police at Night,When a Woman is arrested it must be done by a Woman Police and a Woman can’t be called in a Police Station that has no Woman Police Officer.
  5. The legal age of Marriage in India is 18 years for Girls and 21 years for Boys.According to The Prohibition of Child Marriage Act 2006 no Girl and Boy can be forced to marry before the legal age of Marriage.According to UNICEF 47% of Child Marriages occur in India.And Without the consent of the Girl or the Boy they can’t be forced to marry even after their legal age.
  6. Use Consumer Forum for all kinds of concerns involving multinational companies, malls, banks, utility services and so on and Consumer Forum will ensure that to you get your right with dignity and respect.And Consumer Forum is really helpful(Personal Experience).
  7. Banking Ombudsman–A Senior Official appointed by the RBI of India to address grievances and complaints from customers, regarding deficiencies in banking services. It covers all kinds of banks – PSU Banks, Private banks, Rural banks and co-operative banks.
  8. If you are going to file a FIR(First Investigation Report) and the Police refuse to register it,you can make a complaint to a higher ranking officer such as the Superintendent of Police (SP), the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) or the Inspector General of Police (IGP) and can even complain to Judicial Magistrate,Policeman refusing to register FIR will face upto 1 year of jail..
  9. You can file online complaint on various issues in National Human Rights Commission–http://nhrc.nic.in/
  10. While purchasing any kinds of Good always take a Bill,it is your right to ask for the Bill as without the Bill it is only us who is in the losing side
  11. Register the Names of Domestic Helps with the Police.
  12. And Last but not least Be Indian first,leave your Religion,Community behind and stand together as Indians..

The List does not end here I will add up more as I recollect them…For the time being keep these above said Rules or Laws or whatever you call them in your mind.. 🙂