By - Dr. Madhumita Chakraborty   This time it was not the office cab; it was not the dress; she was not “that kind of girl”; she was not travelling alone. If anything, she had taken all the precautions that we as...
By - Tejasvini Hiremath Noise pollution is often ignored as its impact, unlike air and water pollution, is not immediate; but noise can be a
By Dr Pooja Tripathy   26/11, a date remembered in infamy, forever etched intoIndia
"SAMPADA" is different from the "Capitalism" as well as from the "Socialism" !!!!! By Bibek Kumar Anand Convener "SAMPADA

Child Beggary

By Navin Manaswi,IIT Kanpur Life is beautiful but not for child beggar. Although society is plagued by many basic problems, this problem of child beggary sensitizes us the most. A soft, simple, innocent child is so vulnerable that whole humanity...
By Dr Chandan Yadav
By Abdul Hafiz Gandhi The test of success of any democratic nation is its fair and equitable treatment to the minorities. The countries of Indian sub-continent have failed this test very often. There may be difference in degree of failures...

Society calls you

By Navin Manaswi,IIT Kanpur It is never so surprising to find beggars at temples, railway stations and many other familiar places but it has become equally acceptable to ignore them even if we feel like helping them out of pathetic...

Assam : A Divided Peace

By Navin Sharma ,Dibrugarh Assam Pragjyotishpura (Land of eastern lights) known in ancient times, and Kamrupa in medieval, Assam is the anglicized name for the State that is the bridge between the North East and the rest of India. A...