Sunday, 24 May 2015



the word itself is enough to remind us about various culture and various mixtures . in this era where INDIA is dreaming to compete with the superpowers i.e AMERICA , RUSSIA , CHINA. India is striving hard to make a place in the "superpower" league  yet we are on 7TH place !!! ,.. our hopes to be in top three always ends in a fiasco , there are so many reason's behind this like economy etc etc .
well in any country the youth generation of that country have the power to bring the change in the system .

Even in our country the youth generation has made so much changes  yet the youths are suppressed by the BUG called " reservation" its not only about youth .. its just about each of the Indian who is being suppressed by this from the long ago but the young generation had faced  a lot .

i am a boy who belongs to GENERAL category and i consider it a curse . yes its a curse in INDIA if you belong to GENRAL category . we only get what is being left by SC , ST  and OBC , why we !!! why cant we forget the past and do a fresh start ?

nobody could feel the pain of a GENERAL student who do a hard toil just to get cuttoff marks in the exams like JEE  whereas the SC,ST . student could get the admission easily in those elite collage and in return what INDIA gets  ? just a ZERO :(  well reservation is not giving anything in return  to INDIA . its just eating up the resources "the real gems "  .

the bug is present everywhere from top to bottom . from plot allotment to PM's office :( well the sad part is that nobody is interested in taking care of the people who belongs to the  GENERAL category.
nobody is really concerned about the farmer who belongs to general category . there's a lot schemes for the backward casts but what about us ? what about the general category?

really !!! where the equality !!! NO equality just exist on paper or in textbooks of citizen rights !!

at least the education sector  should not be polluted by this reservation system !! because we are making our own loss by this system . our seats are being eaten by those undeserving candidates of backward casts. we could never be able to go on the zenith if we do not break this system of reservation :)

well our government can provide them the resources but why do you it their right hand's work :) its just the joke of the  equality ... but in real scenario equality is no where to be found since 1902 :) and yet no one is paying concern about it :) 

Sunday, 5 April 2015

Sleepless in Kashmir

It is just six months after the devastating floods of September 2014, but the residents of the Kashmir Valley have again been spending sleepless nights, scared that water would overwhelm their homes and lives. Though the levels in the Jhelum have fallen from the recent high, the clear and present danger that the river poses to the Valley’s residents has not abated. The unseasonal rain has once again put people at risk, even as agriculture and tourism face nature’s onslaught. And it is not as if the problem is restricted to the Valley — the Jammu-Srinagar highway remains shut following landslips and the Army averted a major disaster in Zanskar following one. All this points to a single conclusion: that this strategic region is hugely vulnerable, something that bears little repetition given what happened in September 2014. It is ironic that the State government had just submitted a Rs.44,000-crore rehabilitation package for the deluge of 2014, in which nearly 300 people died. The State’s summer capital had turned into a large lake in 2014, leaving the government and the administration as helpless spectators. Much has been written about how with unplanned urbanisation drainage channels have been choked in the Valley, creating the potential for large-scale flooding following prolonged spells of rain. In the absence of proper drainage systems, it is more than likely that the flood threat will remain. There has also been massive siltation of lakes, with many wetlands lost forever. All this information and more was hammered home in the wake of last year’s catastrophe, but the real question is: have the lessons been learnt? Are the State and Central governments better prepared today than they were last time? Will they be able to tackle the varied natural-humanitarian disasters that may lie ahead?
A Central Minister was sent from Delhi to study the situation, and one can only hope there is better preparation all round. It is fortuitous that the Centre and the State are on the same page with a BJP-PDP coalition government in power. According to Union Minister of State Jitendra Singh, the Indian Space Research Organisation was collecting detailed data on the prevailing situation, which were being shared with other agencies. The Army, the National Disaster Response Force, the police and the civil administration all need to work in tandem. At the same time, unplanned and unchecked urbanisation needs to be curbed firmly if the region and its people are to be sheltered from the threat of repeated floods. Our urban development strategies need to take a different, sustainable course.