WHY DID OUR PRIME MINISTER FAIL TO CREATE 1 CRORE JOBS ANNUALLY?

Unemployment in India

Has the government of India under the leadership of Mr. Modi  failed to create one crore new jobs each year in India? The plain and straightforward answer is “yes” if we go according to the statistics on job creation issued by the government of India. We get a similar result if we consider the electoral promise of “acche din,” made by the prime minister of India. Forget creation of one crore new jobs, the overall rate of unemployment is at this peak during the rule of BJP-led central government. The…

Read More

HOW IS THE DECLINE OF STARTUPS SYSTEMS FEEDING INDIA’S UNEMPLOYMENT CRISIS?

Jobs in India

2017 was not only disappointing for jobs in youth, but it was also a disappointment for the startup sector in the country with a significant drop in the number of new registrations from the year before. Tracxn Technologies Pvt Ltd., which is a data analytics firm that tracks startups, there is a mere 1, 288 new startups registered across the country in the year 2017. As compared to the year 2016, there are at least six times as many startups in the year 2017. Dubbed the silicon valley of India,…

Read More

UNEMPLOYMENT ISN’T A NON-EXISTENT PROBLEM IN 2018

Is unemployment a non-existent problem in India now? Or it is a non-existent problem cooked by the opposition? According to a recent report published in the economic times, it was reported that the Indian Railways has recently received more than 1.5 crore applications in the year for only 90,000 railway jobs. These railway jobs include 63,000 jobs in the Group D, which is a category reserved for gangman. The gangman job is to work between their defined section to patrol and to find inconsistency in railway tracks like if the…

Read More

SWATI MALIWAL: THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE WOMAN ON A HUNGER STRIKE AGAINST RAPISTS

Swati Maliwal, the chairwoman of the Delhi’s Commission for Women, amidst numerous protests all over all over India demanding strict punishment for the rapists of the brutal Kathua rape case victim. Demanding immediate implementation of a stringent law for convicted rapists of the Kathua and Unnao, the 33-year-old Swati Maliwal began her hunger strike on 13th April 2018 which ended after the strict law implemented. This post will briefly point out important facts about Swati Maliwal. Daughter of an army officer, she chooses to do social work after rejecting high…

Read More

ATISHI MARLENA – THE WOMAN WHO TRANSFORMED DELHI’S EDUCATION SYSTEM FOR A SALARY OF RS. ONE

Following an advisory from the union home ministry, the nine-party functionaries got the dismissal letter certainly. The union home ministry asserted from that the creation of these posts had become void. One of the functionaries that got dismissal letter was Atishi Marlena, who was an advisor on education to the Aam Aadmi Party led Delhi Government. A considerable controversy broke down on her dismissal as she was associated in drafting the manifesto of the party in the assembly elections of Delhi and has served as an advisor from July 2015…

Read More

INDIA NEED PEOPLE LIKE IROM CHANU SHARMILA TO RESOLVE THE NORTHEAST CONFLICT PEACEFULLY

Also known as the iron lady of Manipur, Irom Chanu Sharmila is a civil right activist who went on for hunger strike for more than 16 years against the AFSPA (special arms act followed in the area of northeast India). It started fasting on November 2nd, 2000 and refused food and water for nearly 500 weeks, which is one of the most extended hunger strike by an individual in the history of the world. He finally ended her fast on 9th August 2016 to protest the murder of ten innocent…

Read More

THE NEGLECTED INDIA: POST INDEPENDENCE STORY OF NORTHEASTERN STATES

North East India

The rail connection in the year 1947 between North-East India (Guwahati) and Kolkata was through East Bengal, which is now in Bangladesh. The rail connection between the northeast region and India (West Bengal) was cut off after partition in the year 1947. Immediately after separation, there was no rail link between northeast India and rest of India. At present, there are direct rail links between rest of India and northeast states, but the connection is extremely fragile. Floods cut off the relationship between India and northeast India very often. Isolation…

Read More

ARMED FORCES (SPECIAL POWER) ACT IN NORTH-EAST: A MISUSED POWER OR A NECESSITY

Due to partition of Bengal, East Bengal and Assam at the time of independence of India in the year 1947, some specific areas were struggling with internal conflicts. In order to control and deal with the situation in distributed regions and help to maintain law and order, the Indian army is provided with some special power under AFSPA, which is collective name given to several arms acts. It is considered by many experts as a controversial piece of legislation that vastly confer powers on the army that are posted in…

Read More

POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS TO TACKLE UNEMPLOYMENT, ARMED CONFLICTS IN NORTH EAST

Kaziranga

The Nagas started waging an armed conflict against the newly formed Indian government to establish an autonomous state in the northeast region, soon after India gained its independence on 15th August 1947. The Naga conflict is considered by many experts one of the little known and one of the longest-running armed conflicts around the world. The government of India in last 70 years has tried to tackle the Naga conflict unsuccessful through use of force, political reconciliation and other measures. Whenever the government intervened, the situation of conflict deepened. One…

Read More

THE OTHER INDIANS: WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO UNDERSTAND THE NORTHEAST CONFLICT?

The northeast region of India – Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram, Tripura, Meghalaya, and Sikkim – is still neglected and suffer a massive conflict that caused from substantial economic loss. Isn’t it a regrettable fact after 70 years of our independence? Surrounded by many countries such as China, Myanmar, Bhutan, and Bangladesh, the northeast region is poorly connected to the Indian mainland by a small corridor. There is a huge conflict associated with the north-east with the mainland that undermines the idea of prosperous and functioning democracy of great…

Read More