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Sautantrta Divas 2010

रोटी कपडा और मकान, आज भी इन की गुहार लग रही है, हम आज ६४थ सौतान्त्र्ता दिवस मना रहे हैं फिर भी हमारी सबसे पुराणी पुकार ख़त्म नहीं हुई है. हम आज पूरी दुनिया के सबसे बेहतरीन fashion shows aur malls वाले देशों की गिनती में आते हैं. हमारे यहाँ सबसे ज्यादा खरबपति हैं, और मजे की बात यह है की सबसे ज्यादा भुखमरी भी यहीं है. 
हम एक ओर अपना GDP देख कर खुश होते हैं तो दूसरी ओर BPL की गिनती देख कर मायूस हो जाते हैं.कितना भिन्न है आज भी हमारा देश, यहाँ आज भी सबसे ज्यादा भिन्नता है, हर प्रकार की विवशताएँ हैं, हर प्रकार की सौतान्त्र्ता है, हर प्रकार की खुशियाँ हैं और हर प्रकार के गम भी यहाँ हैं!
हमें क्या चाहिए?
हमें चाहिए की हम अपने देश की सबसे पहली प्राथिमिकता को ध्यान में रखें और इसके लिए सबसे पहले प्रयत्न करें, कोई भी देश तब तक उन्नत नहीं हो सकता जब तक ओह अपनी मूल जरूरतों को पूरी न करें, हम चाहें कितना भी तरक्की करलें कितनी भी GDP बढ़ा लें, हम उन्नत राष्ट्र नहीं बन सकते.! हमारे विचार खुले हो हमारे लक्ष्य एक हों, हम देश के लिए मिलकर सोचें और देश को ही अपना धर्म समझें, यह अब तक कहने की ही बातें न रह …

Fourth pillar of democracy Media or Journalism

What if that Kevin carter the winner of Pulitzer award for the file photo taken during sudan famine 1994 would have taken that little boy with him and would have admitted him into a hospital?

There are lot many more examples of what if like the above one? Chuhiya of bihar for UNICEF etc. What if many hundreds of reporters who are reporting about these under privileged just share a little amount of whatever they earn from showing the report in TV through TRP, web pages through their traffic and newspaper mill owners through their news sale. If a particular news of about any person who is so under privilege is shown by 10 news channels and if all the tv news channels zero ground reporter donates a meagre amount of Rupees 1000 or Rupees 500 each, that person is now richer by 5000 to 10000 rupees. And i think in a country like india, this is enough for that person to live his life for four months comfortably. Leaving all the rest favours if provided to him by many NGOs’ , news report v…

Know about Shourya Saluja who developed a cyber security curriculum

Shourya Saluja, a Class 12 student of Indus International School-Bangalore, is busy in the process of developing a curriculum for Classes IX to XII, which will create awareness about cyber safety. The 17-year-old Shourya has got the support from technology major Infosys to design the curriculum, which will be taught first in his school and later perhaps adopted by CBSE, reports Sruthy Susan Ullas of Times of India.
The three components of the curriculum will focus on different safety issues of social networking sites. "Children disclose too much information in their profiles, they upload photos and accept random people as friends just to increase the number in their friends' list. They don't know what dangers this can lead to," said Shourya. Kids will also be taught how to protect themselves from dangers like phishing messages, things to look after in a Local Area Network (LAN), internal security.

Cyberethics will be another subject and kids will be tutored on how t…