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Nelson Mandela
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Friday, 5th July 2013,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
“ I hate race discrimination most intensely   and in all its manifestations.   I have fought it all during my life; I fight it now,  and will do so until the end of my days.” These lines were spoken by a great personality, who is now 94-years old and currently in hospital on life support. In 1991, Nelson Mandela was elected as president of the African National Congress (ANC).  read more »
Bollywood at Cannes 2013
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Wednesday, 29th May 2013,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
With Indian cinema completing its 100 years of being into existence, the largest film industry in the world has a lot of glory to bask in. The Indian film industry has got many credits and it has contributed to the world of cinema. Going global gradually, it is becoming a force to reckon with in the international market. It is evident from the increasing popularity of Indian films being screened regularly in the world’s leading cinema showcase – The Cannes Film Festival.  read more »
Spot-fixing: fans in a fix!
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Tuesday, 21st May 2013,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
The recent case of spot-fixing in IPL that came to light has shocked the cricket world, including players and fans. It is a shame in the name of a game that people have followed like a religion. Speculations are rife that there is an underworld nexus related to the spot-fixing in IPL. A number of bookies and players have been arrested in the connection and cops are investigating further to trap the kingpin of this scandal.  read more »
More Youths Opting for UPSC
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Thursday, 16th May 2013,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
  There was a time when majority of the students wanted to make a career in Medicine, Engineering, Management, Law etc. But in the last 2-3 years the figures reflect a different trend. There’s a considerable increase in number of youngsters opting for a career in Civil services. Also it is fascinating to note that many IIT and IIM graduates are opting for UPSC.  read more »
Justice done...
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Saturday, 30th March 2013,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
Albeit after 20 long years, but the long arms of law has finally caught up with the perpetrators of 1993 Mumbai serial blasts. Most frightening attacks in Mumbai's history, in which as many as 257 lives were lost and over 700 people were injured, at last got justice. The financial capital of the country was rocked by 13 car bomb blasts on March 12, 1993, sending shock waves across world.  read more »
From women to 'woe'man
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Tuesday, 12th March 2013,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
  Every year, on March 8 we celebrate International Women’s Day. On this day, everywhere on TV, roads, newspapers, social media, womanhood is celebrated and respected. But, what about the remaining 364 days? When women like ‘Nirbhaya’ and many more are brutally harassed and left to carry a status of ‘woe’man. The growing incidences of rapes, domestic violence, female foeticide, dowry and eve teasing are demanding strict laws.  read more »
Our tributes to an ardent Gandhian
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Tuesday, 26th February 2013,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
Our tributes to an ardent Gandhian   Mr. Thakurdas Bang, an ardent follower of Mahatma Gandhi passed away recently but he left behind the rich legacy which youngsters should follow. Late Mr. Thakurdas Bang inspired young generations to follow the path of Gandhi and late Jay prakash Narayan's philosophy. As an economics professor, he motivated many students to participate in the freedom struggle.  read more »
Ideal Society
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Monday, 4th February 2013,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
People of this country make up the society. So the concept of ideal society lies in its people itself. Ideal society is the one in which every single person is not only aware of his rights and duties but should strive in achieving them. Ideal society is the perfect blend of communal harmony, peace, religious tolerance, respect for one another and development in each and every field, where people need not be rich by economic conditions but rich by their thoughts.  read more »
Delhi Gang Rape Case: Sheer Brutality
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Wednesday, 2nd January 2013,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
On 16 December 2012, the humanity lost its benevolence, as a 23-year-old young girl in the capital city of the world’s biggest democracy was brutally gang-raped and beaten up. After fighting for life for many days she lost her life on 29 December 2012. That dreadful night of Dec 16 will be remembered as the black night for women’s empowerment and liberty.  read more »
Brutal gang rape in capital: Are we becoming animals?
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Friday, 21st December 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
Brutal gang rape in capital: Are we becoming animals? In the words of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru “You can tell the condition of a nation by looking at the status of its women”. The recent brutal gang rape and beating of a 23-year-old young girl in the capital city of the world’s biggest democracy shows how Indian women are vulnerable in the metros of India.  read more »
End of a musical era
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Tuesday, 18th December 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
End of a musical era The world fell musically silent as the Sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar passed away on December 12 2012. With his death, an era of Hindustani classical music came to an end. Today, many of us, especially youngsters are very much fond of listening Bollywood music, hip hop, rock, pop etc. Many of us are unaware about the treasure called Indian classical music.  read more »
Major blow to Indian sportsmen
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Tuesday, 18th December 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
Major blow to Indian sportsmen After ban on Indian Olympic Association, the suspension of Indian Amateur Boxing Federation came as a major blow for Indian sports and sportsmen. Allegations of election manipulation, corruption and political intervention in sports are certainly ruining the careers of sportsmen. Now, Indian boxers may not be able to take part in Asian Junior event in March if the ban continues.  read more »
Honour Killing: dishonoring India's Pride
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Wednesday, 5th December 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
What is happening in India in 21st century? More than 1000 people are killed mercilessly every year in the name of honour killing. The rise in cases of honour killing is a matter of concern for states like Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.  Recently, a case of honour killing that happened in Uttar Pradesh throws light on the fact that current laws and administration are not able to curb this heinous crime.  read more »
Will the Merger of PSU Banks Promote the Banking Sector?
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Wednesday, 28th November 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
Finance Minister P. Chidambaram expressed his opinion that the merger of public sector undertaking (PSU) banks was inevitable in the country. The experts have different views on this. Some of them put question mark on whetherthe merger of PSU banks will result into the growth and development of the banking sector.    While addressing the annual banking summit ‘Bancon 2012’ held in Pune recently, FM said that India must create at least two to three world-size banks, citing the example of China.  read more »
Does hanging of Kasab mean a full stop to terrorism?
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Monday, 26th November 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
On November 22, Mohammed Amir Ajmal Kasab was hanged in Pune’s Yerwada Jail. Does hanging of Kasab mean an end of terrorism or is it an event warranting celebration? We need to understand that Kasab was only a foot soldier. There is a need for an end to terrorism and naxalism which has resulted in loss of millions of innocent lives every now and then.  read more »
Tributes to Shri Balasaheb Thackeray
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Monday, 19th November 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
With the death of a cartoonist and noted politician, Balasaheb Thackeray, Maharashtra politics observed end of an era. Shri Thackeray was a central figure in Maharashtra’s public affairs for the past half a century. His followers used to call him Hindu Hriday Samrat. He carved out an identity for himself in Maharashtra. Several decades ago, he established Shiv Sena, this idea clicked speedily throughout Maharashtra.  read more »
Rural India to Embrace Internet
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Monday, 19th November 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
With the number of people from rural areas of India accessing internet rising to 73 per cent in the last two years, the rural India seems to be transforming. According to the report by Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) and Indian Market Research Bureau, Rural India is  warming up to the use of internet. The report says that rural India has 38 million claimed internet users and 31 million active internet users.  read more »
Policy paralysis to policy puncture - the LPG cylinder cap fiasco
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Monday, 19th November 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
The Government of India, in its March 2012 Union Budget had estimated the subsidy expenditure as 2.2 lakh crore rupees. In an attempt to bring the economy back to track, reduce the fiscal deficit and under pressure from the IMF and the World Bank, the UPA 2 government decided to bite the bullet and to cut subsidies. Cutting subsidies meant increase in prices of diesel, LPG, fertilizers, etc.  read more »
Will the War over Cauvery Water End?
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Monday, 5th November 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
With more than 5000 farmers from Mandya district of Karnataka trying to surround and attack the Krishnaraj Sagar dam in the first week of October, the war over Cauvery water seems to continue. The dam is the place from where 9000 cusecs of water is being released to Tamil Nadu every day, as per the orders of the Supreme Court of India. The ongoing year has proved drought year for Karnataka.  read more »
Is this the price one has to pay for being honest?
Posted by Bharatiya Chhatra Sansad on Monday, 5th November 2012,   No comment added so far.  Post comments »
In India, the frequent transfers of top officers seem to have become an unwritten rule. It’s like any officer who stands up against the odds in the society immediately receives a transfer order. Take the recent case of top IAS officer, an IIT graduate Mr Ashok Khemka. The Haryana Government issued a transfer order just because he ordered an inquiry of Smt Sonia Gandhi’s son-in-law.  read more »