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The forgotten Indian's. I am sorry for everthing you have to go through.

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By - Abhudai Pal  Forgotten in a month from the limelight. Financially devastated. Legs are swollen. Not in a condition to walk but walked. Left to die on roads.  Starved.  Ill treated by the people who promised them of "Acche din". The situation described above is not of foreigners. They all are Indians when P.M. of India announced nationwide lockdown beginning from the midnight of  25th March 2020.  The worst-hit were makers of modern India. Unfortunately called, “ Migrant Workers”. I always think, how “non-inclusive” and “myopic” is the decision-maker who forgot the existence of about 139 million migrant workers in India. The problem is not with the decision-maker. The problem is that I am expecting an inclusive and rational decision from a person who is an unofficial Editor of every news organization (Both print and T.V). That is a hectic job and then finding time to make an inclusive and rational decision is another tremendous work. If you think that, migration crisis

How Youth's Focus is linked with the Digital World

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By - Abhudai Pal    “I learned that focus is the key.  Not just in running a company but in your personal life as well.” Tim Cook   When C.E.O of one of the world's largest company “Apple”, says something, he must be heard and followed. The keyword in Mr. Cook's quote is “FOCUS” Oxford Dictionary defines the Verb Focus as a means to give attention, effort, etc to one particular subject, situation, or person rather than another. Thus, it is wise to conclude that Focus is a vital factor in a person’s success. FOCUS AND STATISTICAL EVIDENCE But regarding focus, my findings do not assist me in reaching a meaningful and statistically significant conclusion. Because according to a report the human focus or attention ability has decreased but BBC contradicts such a claim. On the other hand, a report suggests a positive relationship between the person screen time and his decreasing productivity. And it’s a known fact that, if you are spending time on a cellphone, chances that you a

Marriages in India and Radical feminists way to choose their partner

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By - Abhudai Pal Isn’t the youth of the 21st century, trying to balance social standards and romance, while finding their marriage partner? A college incidence from my life is helpful to understand the issue. In my college dramatics society , My teacher used to give us (a group of 4-5 students) a topic. Then we had to perform 2-3 minutes of play/improvisation after 10 minutes of preparation on that topic. That particular day the topic was  “The behavior of a husband, whose wife earns more than her”. We performed improvisation. In that short improvisation, I played the role of husband. I remember that my group kept the salary difference of 50k. In our short improvisation, we showed, how the husband refused to give money to his child and scolds him to get it from her mother as she earned more. When his parents asked him to buy medicines, he directed his parents to her wife to purchase medicines because she earns more than him. In that improvisation of 2-3 minutes, we showed the ego iss

Get some education- Vinamra Advice. A tale of a hyper-educated mind!

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By - Abhudai Pal “Dude get some education”! This was the classic dialogue, Vinamra learned in his graduation years.  His journey to reach this dialogue is interesting. Since school days, he was outstanding in academics. A helping hand for everyone, teachers favorite and possessed all the qualities of an ideal student. He was having an average number of friends. Due to his academic meritocracy, he managed to pursue his graduation from “India’s Best College” which is located in one of India’s metropolitan cities. He worked hard in college and maintained a decent GPA. After completing his 1 st semester. He returned home and like everyone else. He too had lots of things to share with his family and friends. Everything was normal at this point.   But, Next semester when he returned home, he changed a lot. His jeans were faded, hairs spiky and his small earphones turned into headphones. The guy transformed his looks. He was never into the “looking good” business but college has transformed

Architect of India's Constitution. His contributions and return gift from India

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By - Abhudai Pal Today, 14 th April 2020 is the 129 th birthday of Architect of India’s constitution Bharat Ratna Bhim Rao Ramji Ambedkar lovingly known as Babasaheb. Before telling you about the immense contribution of Babasaheb. I have a small incidence from my childhood. I was in the 7 th standard, it was 14 th April. A carpenter who was making furniture at my home asked me. “Today, you will lighten Dias? "  “No”. I said Then he asked, who are you? I sensed his intention behind the question.   “I am a human” I replied with a deliberate innocent face.  Then he understood that he won’t get to know the “thing” which he was interested in. Since then I always wondered why only a few houses lighten Dias on Babasaheb Birthday. Why my house doesn't celebrate this day? Was he just a man of few? And being the most learned man of pre-independent India. Doesn't his contributions belong to every Indian? CHILDHOOD OF ARCHITECT OF INDIA's CONSTITUTION The architect of Indi

How corona epidemic will affect the informal laborers market?

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By - Amit Kumar (Research Scholar at BML Munjal University ) Since the outbreak of corona virus, few questions, particularly in regard to the Indian economy kept bouncing in my head. Is the exodus of the informal laborers from the Industrial region temporary? Do our politicians of various states, empathetic enough to sense the pain of their daily wage workers? How this forced migration of Informal laborer will impact India’s informal Job Market? On average, minimum wages in Delhi are around 15K~16K /Month , that too with no job security. Then, it would be reasonable to assume that a worker might be able to save at most 3~5 K/Month (taking into account the high cost of living in metropolitan). If the state governments provide financial assistance of 3~5 k to migrant informal labor in the form of various schemes. In the post-COVID-19 world, this might lead to the scarcity of labor in the market for a short period. How? Since various state governments announced some support in the for

Corona in India. Politics, Religion, and Shutdown

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By - Abhudai Pal Corona in India reappeared and is causing havoc. The first time,3 cases of Corona were reported in Kerala. The Govt of Kerla successfully treated the Infected patients and till 14th Feb 2020, India was free from virus COVID-19. But, when second-time cases were reported. Since then, it is spreading continually. The major issue with this virus is that its “ Rate of spread is fast”. The virus originates from the Wuhan province in China . Since then, it has spanned the entire world.   Corona in India You can understand the seriousness of Corona in India by taking into account that it compelled the Indian government to halt the largest carrier of Indian passengers, The Indian Railways. Schools, Universities, Shopping malls, metros and potential places of the public gathering are closed in response to defeat this dreadful virus.  The shutdown in India is of 21 days from 25th March 2020 midnight and can be expected to enhance or decline as per the situation. The cost of def