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DISRESPECTING WOMEN

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The patriachial society of which we are prideful is becoming an insane inhuman place for women community. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has made a joke of itself by exposing it's unjust character to disrespect dignity of women community.In textbook of Physical education a section of book openly says the best measurement of a female body is 36-24-36. What does this signify? What message does it give to students? Simple answer is it show the way to play with dignity of women community, openly that too via route of education.
This government at the centre has proved in every sense that they can cross any limit to flaunt image of a particular community. For me personally it is not a mistake but a planned attack on women section in accordance to principle of Manusmriti, the holy Hindu scripture. As a youth I condemn this insensitive, insane decision which is degradation of society via education.http://homegrown.co.in/article/800907/this-cbse-textbook-claims-that-36-24…

TO MAKE THE DEAF HEAR

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Bhagat Singh & Batukeshwar Dutt threw harmless bombs in Central Assembly Hall on 8th April 1929 against passage of two draconian bill.
Trade Disputes Bill
Public Safety Bill.

23rd March 2017

Why I Think India Is Letting Down Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev And Rajguru

The Martyrdom Of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev, RajguruThe year 2017 marks the 86th year of martyrdom of Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev Thapar and Shivaram Rajguru. They symbolise the best example of sacrifice to free India from the imperial clutches of British rule. We have kept them at a place in our heart, loaded with emotions. However, we have very less exposure to their visionary battle against British rule. These revolutionaries envisioned India’s future as a nation where there would be social, political and economic freedom. Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru, i.e., leaders of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association, represented one of the major currents of the freedom movement. One was led by the Indian National Congress, under the leadership of MK Gandhi. However, people like Bhagat Singh and his comrades, EV Ramasamy Periyar, Subhash Chandra Bose, were part of one current, which undoubtedly stood for an egalitarian char…