बाबा साहब अम्बेडकर की दृष्टी में मनुवाद (भाग 1)

मनुवाद आश्चर्यजनक रूप से आज भी चर्चा में है। बाबा साहब अम्बेडकर के हाथ से लिखी एक पांडुलिपि में मनु के अछूत विरोधी सिद्धान्तों का विस्तार से उल्लेख है। बाबा साहब के अनुसार हिन्दू सामजिक व्यवस्था वर्णों और व्यक्तियों के बीच की असमानता पर आधारित है। बाबा साहब अपने काल तक मनु के सिद्धांतो को… Read More »

कन्हैय्या बन रहा काला पहाड़

गार्जियन में मार्क टाउनसैण्ड की ब्राइटन से रणभूमि तक : कैसे चार किशोर जिहाद की ओर प्रेरित हुए शीर्षक से प्रकाशित समाचार बेहद भयावह है। यह उन किशोरों के बारे में है जो ब्रिटिश मूल के गैर मुस्लिम थे और जिहाद के प्रचार में डूब कर मुस्लिम बने। आइसिस के जिहाद का हिस्सा बन लड़े… Read More »

जश्न-ए-जिहादी

कन्हैय्या के अनुसार क्रांति के कारण से किये जा रहे इस्लामिक सशस्त्र संघर्ष पर दोषारोपण करना उसे झूठा बदनाम करने जैसा है यह वैसे ही गलत है जैसे वामपंथी सशस्त्र संघर्ष को दोष देना। इस्लामिक आंतकवाद को दोष देने से पहले उसके समय को समझिये और आतंकवाद करने की मजबूरी को समझिये। जहाँ जरूरत पड़े… Read More »

गद्दारों से आजादी… न कि गद्दारों को आजादी

“अभिव्यक्ति की आजादी” की आड़ में कश्मीर के आतंकवादी जेहादियों को समर्थन का साहस तभी आता है जब धन हो, समर्थन हो, और विवेक नष्ट हो गया हो । भारत में माओवादी आतंकवादी पिछले दस साल में बहुत तेजी से बढ़ें हैं। एक समय बंगाल में वामपंथियों ने नक्सलियों को कुचल दिया था। पर वो… Read More »

FREE SPEECH FOR TERROR-JIHAD

The JNU debate has outraged the patriotic people of India. They are shocked to see slogans supporting freedom of Kashmir and terrorists who wage jihad against sovereign India. The Left sees such patriotic outrage and State action as violative of its Constitutional right, i.e. freedom of speech. Since the hanging of Afzal Guru, the 9th… Read More »

Yogasana and Dog-asana

Dog and SitaRam are equal after Yogic Nirvilkap Samadhi. Egoism According to the philosophy of Yoga, the mind remains stuck in ordinary and mundane state as it is filled with impurities. First impurity according to Yogsutra is egoism. On small achievements one becomes sure of one’s greatness. One feels others are inferior creatures intellectually, mentally,… Read More »

Patanjali’s Yogasutra vs Secular-Acharyas

A debate on the true nature of yoga as professed in the Patanjali’s Yogasutra and a perspective into the Secular-acharyas approach. Yoga-Sutra Over a period of time yoga and yogasanas including pranayama (breathing exercises) have been greatly promoted across the globe. People across races, religions, languages and nationalities have practiced it, become followers and realized… Read More »

Nepal Earthquake and Human Safety

The recent Nepal Earthquake has once more drawn the attention of the entire humanity. In a matter of seconds, thousands of lives were lost and others who survived would go through an endless agony of having lost everything. The tragedy after Nepal earthquake happened because new technologies to make habitats were applied mindlessly without due… Read More »

Housing Sector in India, GDP and Growth

 The Economic Survey 2015, has focused on creation of Real Estate Investment Trust. A study by NCAER shows why policy intervention to resolve various problems currently faced by the housing sector in India is an urgent need.  The National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) has conducted a study on “the impact of investments in… Read More »

The Economic Survey 2015 and Outlook for Housing Market in India

The Economic survey 2015 has spelt out financial market stability, yet expresses concerns over tentative growth in construction and mining sector, and has identified investment in the infrastructure sector as crucial for the growth to strengthen further. According the Economic Survey 2015, structurally important economies such as China, Russia, Euro area and Japan face uncertain… Read More »

Appointment of Committees, and Option to Lease in the Land Acquisition Act 2013

A major feature of the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation, and Resettlement Act, 2013, (Land Acquisition Act 2013) is to provide for the establishment of National and State committees for reviewing and monitoring the implementation of rehabilitation and resettlement schemes and plans. To provide speedy disposal of disputes relating to… Read More »

Land Acquisition Act 2013 – Disabling and Restricting Government from Acquisition

It is noteworthy that the Land Acquisition Act 2013 (Act), has a far and wide operation. It includes: “…strategic purposes relating to naval, military, air force, and armed forces of the Union, including central paramilitary forces or any work vital to national security or defence of India or state police, safety of the people…” The… Read More »

The Land Acquisition Act 2013, Boon for Speculators

The history of acquiring immovable property goes back to the Bengal Regulation 1 of 1824, which was enacted by the British East India Company. Subsequently, there were multiple enactments by different presidencies which were replaced by the Act of 1870. This Act too was amended in 1894, and existed until “The Right to Fair Compensation… Read More »