Video Script: One of biggest problems in life would be handling expectations. And I am sure some of us will be victims of expectation phenomenon. We often say that, I expected this would happen, if that doesn’t happen! We get distressed/depressed and thereby resulting in unhappiness. Here if we observe expectation is the root of misery. To be clearer, Expectation gets transformed in to a … Continue reading Handling Expectations
The recent Utkal Express train derailment, near katauli, UP, turned out to be one of the most dangerous train accident in the recent times. In this accident, 97 people were severely injured and 21 were dead. The accidents due to derailment has been becoming common in India. Last year on 26th December, the Seldah-Ajmer express derailment resulted in evidenced severe causalities of close to 40. … Continue reading India No1 In World Train Accidents List : Utkal Express Accident Adds on
There are many areas in the history that are unexplored, which portray the heroic feats of great kings in protecting this great land. One such heroic feat is “Battle of Colachel” that happened on 10th August 1741. Colachel is located between Thiruvananthapuram to Kanyakumari. This strategic naval battle was fought between Dutch navy and Travancore king Marthandavarma and resulted in defeat of the European military … Continue reading Colachel Battle : An Heroic Act Of Travancore King
Note: The below letter was the press note drafted by by Gandhiji day before his assassination. In this letter he clearly predicted the political dynamics of India. If this letter would have reached public, for sure congress wouldn’t be in a position where it enjoyed political power for many generations. This also raises doubt, if any of the congressmen who knew this might also be … Continue reading Press Note Prepared by Gandhiji Just A Day Before His Assassination
Entire Bharath was under the rule of British for more than two hundred years is a MYTH. Dont feel strange, because, the most underlying fact to note is that only 60% of the country was under colonial rule and nearly 40% was never occupied. To prove my argument right, I present you figure below, which portrays the map of Bharat before partition, the dark brownish … Continue reading Bharath Revisited-Mighty Kingdoms
Literacy in this globalized world is considered as the ability to read and write (mostly English) and hold some schooling certificate. So called degrees have become the deciding factor for one to be called as educated. Indeed today’s, so called evolving educated and democratic societies, freedom is evidenced in increased number rape cases, drunkards and drug addicts count. For suppose, say one is with hand … Continue reading Literate Society’s Illiterate Days!
Are you outsourcing Innovation? Do you feel you are running out of budgets by outsourcing innovation? Are you perplexed on how to deal with this situation? Have any plans to promote in-house innovations and not able to manage it? Then I would say that you are at the right place! We present you here a structured solution to face and win over the roadblocks in … Continue reading Want to have Innovation Ecosystem within the Organization? Go with “Innovation Bank”
Child labor has been the hot topic that is often discussed in a narrowed manner I feel. Everyone starts giving some tons of lecture series on why to say no to child labor, but they really don’t understand the key underlying intricate aspects involved in it. Source: International Labor Organization’s World Report on Child Labor 2015 As per the government, children working under age group 17 … Continue reading Say YES to Child Entrepreneurs and NO to Child labour