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  • Mammootty, Mohanlal and Kerala Politics

    Mollywood super stars – Mammootty and Mohanlal have reached several peaks in their individual film career of more that three decades. Apart from their exceptional contribution to Malayalam film industry, both of them are successful businessman, environmentalist, humanitarian ambassadors and more importantly they care for the betterment of Keralites. Mammootty is a film actor, producer…

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  • Roadblocks to Women’s Reservation Bill

    The topic of Gender Equality has gained much prominence in this century. Every progressive nation is working towards achieving equality for women in all aspects of the social structure. However the reality is that women are still far behind in many areas in most nations and there are still some big roadblocks to clear. The…

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  • Same Sex Marriage & Indian Secularism

    A two-judge Bench comprising Chief Justice A P Shah and Justice S Muralidhar of the Delhi High Court made the following “thought provoking” quote while decriminalizing homosexuality among consenting adults which was earlier a criminal offence punishable with even life imprisonment. Popular morality or public disapproval of certain acts is not a valid justification for restriction…

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  • The Concept of Green Buildings

    Green Buildings are Eco Friendly Structures When the pre historic man constructed a hut for the first time using bamboo trees and coconut leaves to protect himself from sun and rain, he was starting to exploit nature for his humble needs. Apart from killing the trees he also disturbed the natural habitat of the insects…

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  • The Deccan Chargers: a deadly combo!

    It’s not easy to be classified as a champion team when you finished dead last in last year’s championship. However, the Deccan Chargers from Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) have done just that – from the zeroes of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2008 to the undisputed champions of IPL 2009, it has been one dream journey…

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  • Merit-By–Birth theory trashed

    We strongly condemn the stories inplanted in media by certain vested interests and anti social elements claiming merit by birth and insulting the majority of the people of India. One of the age old characteristics of the Indian society has been the caste system. This system was based on the principle of assigning  a caste…

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  • Veerapandyan – From Paratha Master to IAS Officer

    He achieved against all odds In the year 2000, he hit the news stands. G. Veerapandyan was the second rank holder in Geography in the Tamil Nadu State Class XII exams scoring 197 out of 200. When the newsmen went in search of him, he was busy making parathas in a road side eatery in…

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  • 10 Questions to World Leaders

    Honorable US President Mr. Obama, US Secretary of state Mrs. Clinton, UK Prime minister Gordon  Brown, Norway Minister Eric Solheim, most importantly UN Secretary General Mr. Ban ki moon, Civilians in Internment Camps behind barbed fences About quarter million civilians are in Internment Camps behind barbed fences. About 20,000 wounded are in need of immediate…

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  • Sanitary napkins for poor women

    Indian invention reaches poor African women Anyone watching feminine hygiene advertising of various brands of sanitary napkins for women is led to believe that only their product can provide comfortable and carefree life for women on those three days. The concepts of such advertisements are designed to target women in all walks of life, making…

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