role the school plays, and education in the realm of Naxals and Adivasis and their integration in to modern Indian society. 15th August 1947, sees India taking control of itself as an independent, sovereign nation. Jawaharlal Nehru instructs the new citizens of India, in his speech ‘Tryst with Destiny’ of the ‘task ahead’ which would transform India, by ‘ending poverty and ignorance and disease and inequality of opportunity’.
edited and wrote for papers like ‘Young India’ and ‘Harijan’. He also had penned his autobiography, My Experiments with truth, which is known for its literary flair. Jawaharlal Nehru stands out as another prominent leader, who had excellence in writing prose, all of them taking the budding Indian English literature of British India, to heights of excellence and merits. Nehru is however particularly remembered for his Glimpses of World History, Discovery of India and an Autobiography. Indian English
This is particularly noticeable in the case of village where women are traditionally ignored and development of women leadership at gross root level needed most. Women have been the main source of development of human capital since the inception of this universe. The leadership potentialities
Harijans in India, individuals who are at the bottom of or outside the Hindu caste hey were traditionally sweepers, washers of clothes, leatherworkers, and those whose occupation it was to kill animals. The term is also sometimes applied to the hill tribes of India, who are considered unclean by some because they eat beef. Originally called untouchables or pariahs, they were given the name Harijans by the Indian political and religious leader Mahatma Ghandhi, who worked for many years to improve
India is a plural nation, where multiplicity is as natural as sunshine and there is no substitute to democratic coexistence. In this democratic coexistence, racism and sexism are not simply biological or genetic classifications but social and political processes which still reflect on the face of Modern India. Recognizing its existence, which is so deep rooted in the social fabric of India, is the initial remedy. Nevertheless, law framers need to realize that complete minoritarianism on arbitrary
Patel. Known and feared for his shrewdness, presence of mind and clever deployment of tactics to force his enemies into submission in the political arena, Patel is also considered the best Prime Minister India never had. While his stormy relationship with India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru may had earned him some detractors within his own party, respect for invented traditions and the fierce loyalty of his supporters and followers ensured that Vallabhai was never reduced to a distant figure
Woman: God’s second mistake? Friedrich Nietzsche, a German philosopher, who regarded ‘thirst for power’ as the sole driving force of all human actions, has many a one-liners to his credit. ‘Woman was God’s second mistake’, he declared. Unmindful of the reactionary scathing criticism and shrill abuses he invited for himself, especially from the ever-irritable feminist brigade. The fact and belief that God never ever commits a mistake, brings Nietzsche’s proclamation dashingly down into the dust bin