Local news of city Badlapur India
10 July 2020
Nowadays the growing number of corona cases are very high.
In Badlapur, daily 50 patient are increasing. as we can see the corona disease are not like others. We have to control that our social distance is not that much affectable. So avoid gathering and meeting people is the best way.
Today's new cases:25
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#AkshayaTritiya On this day, Sudama came over to his childhood friend Lord Krishna’s palace to request him for some financial help. As a gift for his friend, Sudama had nothing more than a handful of ‘poha’. Lord Krishna blessed him with more wealth than he actually asked for.
Genesis of Entrance Exams
My students as they step out of their high School they are bombarded with some insane and weird terminologies. JEE, NEET, CET, CAT, UPSC (a long and never ending list.) After sustaining all those injuries they head towards me to discuss what they actually mean. When they arrive they are confused, disgusted and nervous. Their minds are occupied with thousands of queries. To soothe the ruffled feathers and to give them a bit of oxygen I start with a simple story.
There was a King who had a beautiful daughter. Every Prince of the region had dreamt about her, had a desire to marry her. There was a deluge of proposals. The King was caught in a dilemma. He can accept only one and has to refuse the rest. But by refusing, he will be making them their foes. Any guess what will happen next in this story . As usual comes the witty Vizier of the King with a plan.
All the Princes were invited in a forest. Each one was allotted with 100 arrows. Time limit was up to sunset. If they kill a lion they would 1000 points, 500 for leopard, 300 for deer, 200 for bull and 50 for rabbit. Prince with maximum points will marry the Princess. Everyone agreed and thus King found a suitable match for her daughter and averted a calamity.
Now let us comeback to present situation. Take the example of IIT which has 10,000 seats for grab all over India. And for this there are 15,00,000 (1.5 million) aspirants. 10k students has to be accepted and 14,90,000 students has to be refused. Conditions worse than the King. So the modern day Vizier after reading the story formed an updated version of the plan called as ENTRANCE EXAM. A scientific way to say NO to 99% students without creating any trouble for themselves. And that is the crux of entrance exams.
Objects which are rare are always precious or fit into Law of Demand and Supply proposed by Alfred Marshall. In any condition when candidates are more than seats the concerned authority’s last resort is entrance exam. That’s why we don’t have entrance exams for BCom, Bsc or BA.
Inour next edition we will be discussing about
“How to crack Entrance Exams”.
The Grey Politics....
Indira, an elephant named after Indira Gandhi, died on August 11, 1983. On her demise the then Tokyo Governor Shunichi Suzuki paid tribute to the elephant saying, “She played a good role in Japan-India friendship for more than 30 years.” The present generation is not aware about this beautiful story of India and Japan due to Indira – The Elephant. The aftermath of World War II on Japan was devastating. The country witnessed poverty, unemployment and inflation. One day Pandit Nehru, who used to get innumerable letters and he used to read all such letters, was surprised to see one such letter from Japan. Being a Prime Minister, it was obvious to think that the letter could be from Japan Government for some aid as the country was totally devastated. But this letter was from school children of Japan. The children had requested something from Pandit Nehru in the letter. Nehru was amused to read their request and due to his love for children he cannot resist himself and replied them by writing a letter that he will try to fulfill their request. The Japanese school children had requested Nehru to gift them an elephant. Yes. Elephant. The reason being, during the war they had lost two elephants in the zoo, and now they were completely desolated because they had no elephants. Nehru immediately started finding an elephant and he came across a 15 year old elephant which was named after his daughter. He sent Indira to Japan as a gift to the children and wrote a letter to them saying “treat Indira as a gift not from me, but from the children of India to the children of Japan. The elephant is a noble animal, much loved in India and typical of India. It is wise, patient, strong and gentle. I hope all of us will develop these qualities.” Japan authorities sent Indira to Tokyo’s Ueno Zoo and was recognised as symbol of peace and friendship between Japan and India. After delivering the gift to children of Japan, Nehru wrote a meaningful letter to children in India saying “Grown-ups have a strange way of putting themselves in compartments and groups. They build barriers of religion, caste, colour, party, nation, province, language, customs and of rich and poor. Fortunately, children do not know much about these barriers, which separate. They play and work with each other and it is only when they grow up that they begin to learn about these barriers from their elders. I hope you will take a long time in growing up…”
Pandit Nehru was absolutely right about his views on Grown-ups. Saffron and Green are the communal colors of India. Grey too joined their club now. The recent cruel act of killing a pregnant wild elephant has triggered a nationwide outrage. After the news of the tragedy broke out, many of us felt doleful and there was a state of vexation all over the country. There was suddenly love for animals all over the nation. Caricatures of elephant spread all over the social media. A senior union cabinet minister deluded the country by tweeting that incident happened in Mallapuram district of Kerala. There was indirect communalisation of the incident by some of the dolts because Mallapuram has a Muslim majority population and then started the famous Hindu Muslim outrage all over the country. The fact is the incident happened at Palakkad and not at Mallapuram. Maneka Gandhi too expressed her views which didn’t go well with many people including Kerala CM. She is a top Animal Activist as well and must understand that such deliberate acts will show a route for perpetrators to escape.
The elephant had chewed a pineapple filled with explosive fire crackers in it which lead to her death. According to news reports, Mannarkkad divisional forest officer (DFO) Sunil Kumar stated that the firecracker-filled fruit could have been placed to kill crop-raiding wild boars. Investigations were on but with the communal spin in active mode, the judges and advocates of social media had already delivered the verdict.
This is a murder and the culprits must be booked at any cost. The only point is the density of the nation wide outrage. Imagine, instead of elephant it could have been a pregnant pig. None of us would have been cared to know what exactly lead to the death of pig because the issue would not attract national coverage. The problem is there is a tag of ‘cute’ attached to many animals and birds like elephant, cat, dogs, penguins etc and they get more love because their traits and appearances are adorable. Those animals who lack the ‘cute’ tag such as pigs and rats fall prey to human attack. In our daily life, we hit, threaten, torture and kill many animals right from rat to cows and elephant due to various reasons. But the murders never come to limelight. This particular case came to limelight because one forest officer shared a post on his Facebook page with a melodramatic narrative. The same officer would have resisted to post on Facebook the intentional killings of wild boars. No one would have known about this incident if we didn’t have have Facebook today. In villages many animals are tortured and killed because they destroy their crops. In Uttar Pradesh many stray cattles are tortured, beaten, locked up by farmers because the cattles destroy the crops and it causes loss to farmers. Even heifers are not spared. Ask any animal welfare activists or veterinary doctor and they will tell you that almost every stray cow in India has plastic and medical waste choked in their intestines. Even this is a muder by anonymous persons. It’s common practice among farmers living on the borders of Mannarkkad forests to implant pineapples with explosives like fire crackers to scare away or kill wild boars because they destroy the farms. Isn’t this a murder of wild boars? Why there is no national coverage in such cases? There was a famous case of Uttarakhand where a police horse Shaktiman died in a horrific way after weeks of struggling with a injury on its hind leg during a BJP protest in Dehradun. Accused BJP MLA was arrested and later was given bail. Many people celebrated when a female wild boar was killed by forest officers in Pathanamthitta district. There must be same love for all animals and there should not be any discrimination.
The wild animals reside and roam in their forest and they have all right to do so. It is we, the humans, who have encroached upon their forest all over the India in some or other way. Many smugglers have used forest as the place for their illicit activities. For instance, Veerappan, who used to do all smuggling activities from Sathyamangalam forest, was famous for killing elephants for ivory smuggling in addition to smuggling of sandalwoods and kidnapping of politicians for ransom. After his death in 2004, there was rise in number of tigers in the said forest. Because of his encroachment in the forest, the tigers were forced to take sojourn elsewhere. He had killed many police and forest officers. The irony of India is Vidya Rani, daughter of the man who had killed many elephants – Veerapan, has joined BJP recently and Maneka Gandhi who is a top animal activist is also in the same party. The pivotal issue is the heartless people who usurp the forest land in the name of development in collusion with politicians and bureaucrats and leave the animals homeless. We need to condemn not only the killing of elephant but also killing of wild boar and all other animals. Killing of elephant could be fortuitous but killing of wild boar is planned, calculated and intentional. But we also need to condemn and stop the communal politics that is happening around us due to the grey color.
Gaali Free India: Swachh Bhasha, Swachh Bharat
Vandana Sethhi, founder and director of Water Communications, and founder of ‘Gaali Free India’, talks to G20 about her social initiative aiming to make the society free of abuse.
Q. A Gaali-free India, Bollywood especially. How did this unique concept unfold?
A. The idea was to raise awareness so at least people would start talking about it, and hopefully, from there more people would be conscious when using such language—something that had become subconscious or even unconscious thing! In the process, as more and more people get conscientized, it may ultimately lead to an end or at least an arrest or slowing down of the use of such filthy language.
For sure, there were personal triggers—or like you would call them ‘inflection points’. Personal experiences that kind of became the final straw after which I knew I had to do something.
So, one day, while standing on a pavement in Delhi, waiting for the car to arrive, there was a young man, a boy, in fact, talking right next to me on the phone. From the context, it was clear he was talking to his girlfriend or something because he was pretty loud and oblivious to everyone around. But, every second word was a gaali—abuse in Hindi, English, and languages a multi-linguist would not have been able to identify. It went on for over 15 minutes—I mean what energy and perseverance… all for a wrong cause!
For me, each gaali spewed recklessly was one more nail in the coffin of a decent society. Something had to be done soon and someone had to it. And then I realised, I had to be that someone!
Q. Can you expound the tagline ‘Swachh Bhasha, Swachh Bharat’ to our readers?
A. The entire premise for the tag-line was that Swachh Bhasha is also a component of Swachh Bharat. Let’s not only clean up our surroundings and environment but our language and minds as well.
Q. What type of traction have you received to date, in terms of support from Bollywood?
A. Thank God for social media! Online has given us so much traction, I’m very sure we would not have been able to achieve as much as we have in such a short time if we launched this initiative say 20 years ago when social media had not yet found its feet and the internet lacked true penetration.
We’ve also tried to stay topical and newsy, because that’s the best way to grab people’s attention. So during the recent lockdown, our research showed that one big problem—and not just in India, but worldwide—was domestic abuse. The situation was leading to deteriorating mental health and precipitating violent episodes, where most often the victims were wives and other weaker members in the household.
Q. Tell us more about the mission.
A. It’s more of a powerful passion and hopes that we can one day conscientize every Indian—however hopelessly ambitious that may sound.
But yes, we have no illusions about anything changing overnight. This is a lifetime project. a project of several lifetimes. The hope is that if we start now, we can reduce the incidence for the next generation and so on.
The aim, therefore, is to conscientize as many people as we can with the objective of insulating subsequent generations from this, well, curse.
Q. Would you enlighten our readers about the process of spreading awareness regarding this mission?
A. There has been some of that, as I mentioned earlier, all thanks to social media. But sadly, not enough. It’s sad—and I say this coming from the same space and industry—that media has not taken up this issue. It’s not like they wouldn’t know what we’re doing. We live in an extremely connected world; so when media can pick up small, insignificant or sordid stories and sensationalise them, why can’t they do something for this which would actually lead to the betterment of society?
It’s a simple chain reaction… If I improve, my family improves, and progressively so does society, country, and world. Whether the world becomes better or worse… it all begins with me!
Raj Jaykumar Modak
Raj Jaykumr Modak
Raj Jaykumar Modak (born Raj Kumar Modak 5 April 1998) is an Indian film actor, Director, Model and playback singer who appears in Hindi films. He started his career as a lead actor and Short Film Director, though he was more successful in lead roles and Short Film Director. He received a Filmfare Award for the Best Performance in a Lead Role for Anamika (2019), and his new upcoming movie Baba Harbhajan Singh Biopic Movie (2020).
Raj Jaykumar Modak began his career with Short Movies 2017, then he started his own Production House The Name Of R. Production 2018 and he made many types of Short Film, After then He Started His 1st Feature Film The Name Of Anamika, Anamika Trailer was Released but Full Film not released for Covid-19 Pandemic Situation but the movie will be release after pandemic in 2021.and This Year Raj Jaykumasr Modak Started His new movie Shooting Baba Harbhajan Singh Biopic Movie
Raj Jaykumar Modak began his modeling Career Mega Model Pre. Pro , R. Brand 2017 and Royal Collection Magazine Figure . and he also very good Unplugged Singer , he started his own music production House the Name of R. music Production 2018.
Indore's Top 5 Famous debut Author's / Writer's
Top 5 Indore's famous debut Author's, Top 5 Indore's Author's. Poetry Stars.
1. Tanmay Jadhav. ( Writer Tanmay Jadhav ).
Tanmay Jadhav is a 18-year-old Youngest Writer from Indore, India. He is one of the most popular and prominent Hindi words artists. Instagram is being a trending platform for those who have talent skills and want to make adequate usage of it. One of them is Tanmay Jadhav.
Tanmay Jadha is famous for his Shayari and one of the popular Shayar in India. He has a cute look and smile.
He is commonly known as "Writer Sahab" Tanmay is also popular for his hairstyle.
Tanmay Jadhav is an Indian Author who is best known for his poetry. He has a huge fan following in India. He makes short motivation, inspiring and funny poetry's, he is very popular because of his way of speaking poetry. He is a very young age guy but he has an extraordinary talent.
2. Ankit Salgiya.
Ankit Salgiya (born 19 December 1984) is an Indian author who earned fame with her debut award-winning role in Balaji.
3. Chirasree Bose.
Chirasree Bose is an Indian beauty queen, who was crowned as Best selling books International 2019 on 19 December 2019 in Indore, India. She is the first Indian to win the title of रूह
4. Harshita Gaur.
Harshita Gaur (born 12 October 2001) is an Indian Writer who rose to fame with her youth-based Book , in which she played the lead of Sanyukta.
5. Nisha yadav.
Nisha yadav is an Indian Author who appears in Telugu, Tamil and Malayalam Books. She is the younger sister of South Indian actress Rani
Yadav married a Mumbai-based businessman Karan on December 28, 2000. On October 27, 2003, she gave birth to her son, Ishaan Yadav