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A Muslim beauty pageant to challenge Miss World

muslima Islam has always been criticized for the treatment of women in Islamic law and practice. Another criticism of muslims is that they always try to protect their identity. Most of the time, you can easily recognize a Muslim even if you see them in Siberia or in the jungles of Africa or in New York or in Pakistan. Miss World Muslimah is nothing but just another attempt to suppress women in Islam and to protect their so called identity in the world. Eka Shanti, the founder of this contest claims that it is Islam’s answer to Miss World.
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10 Reasons why Narendra Modi should become PM of India

narendra_modi_bjp The long wait is over! Finally, the BJP parliamentary board has nominated Narendra Modi as its prime ministerial candidate for 2014 general elections. He has been the chief minister of Gujarat state since 2001. 3 month back in June, he was chosen to lead the party’s campaign for the election. He is the man who helped Gujarat to become one of India’s most prosperous states. He is a corruption free,  efficient administrator and charismatic mass leader from the state of Gujarat. He has a big support base among India’s rising middle classes and business community.

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India is not a secular country!

in: India

MamataNamazad In simple words, you can define secularism as the method of separating state (politics and government) from the religion. The basic idea behind secularism is to eliminate discrimination on the basis of religion. According to Indian Constitution, India is a secular country as it prohibits discrimination against members of a particular religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth. However, there is huge difference between secularism practiced in India and western countries. The Indian secularism is actually minority appeasement.  It is a big fraud and a complete failure.

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Top Ten Teachers Day Hindi Songs

teachers-day The birth date of the second President of India, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan is celebrated as Teachers day in India. He was highly respected scholar and teacher of philosophy. He started his career as teacher and went on to become the president of India. The day is marked by the different activities of celebration, saying thanks to teachers and remembrance. A teacher moulds the overall personality of the students and helps them to become successful individuals. On the occasion of Teachers day, I am sharing the top ten Teachers day songs from Hindi Films.

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How internet has changed in last 10 years?

old-times I completed 10 years as an internet user. I still remember, in 2003, I used internet for the first time in my life. It was a small cyber cafe and I was charged 20 rupees for around an hour. The computer system was loaded with Windows 98 operating system and the screen resolution was 800*600. My friend and I were struggling to find the address of the AIEEE counseling website. The owner of the cyber cafe soon realized our ignorance and asked us to search in Google. This was the first time I heard the word called Google :-) 

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Want to restart the blog after a long break!

restart-blogging It has been almost 6-7 months, I haven’t added significant content to my blog. In this period of time, I relocated to United States. This was a period of transition, from rupee to dollar. I got strong feeling that this blog was not getting me enough returns for my hard work and time. Frankly speaking, I was sick of blogging, social media and internet altogether. I needed some change and break and fortunately I got it. Now I am fresh and up with new ideas. So the time has come to get this blog on right track. I know this is not any easy task especially after a long hiatus. It’s time to focus on new trends and latest technological developments and social changes.

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Doordarshan is still alive, here is the proof!

doordarshan-futureI don’t have television in my house but I have never missed any of my favorite shows and serials on different channels, thanks to internet. Most of the TV channels have their dedicated internet websites where you can find the videos of their programs. Some sites also allow the live streaming of the channel. This weekend, I somehow I landed on the official website of Doordarshan, the  largest public broadcasting organisation in India. Its network of 1400 terrestrial transmitters cover more than 90.7% of India’s population. 

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Revisiting the golden era of 90s

in: India

memories I always miss the golden era of 1990s. I miss that illusion of having no issues in the life. I miss that idea that biggest thing in this world was to pass tenth board exam. I miss the days when there were no mobile, no internet, no hundreds of channels, no cacophony of twnety four by 7 news channels. I miss the says when we had Mario, Doordarshan Serials, Sunday evening movies, 8:40 PM news. Yeah, I still miss those days when there was no bhaagam bhaag, when the Khan heroes were young, Madhuri was still the heartthrob of millions. Life in the ’90s was so exciting. So friends join me on this page as I am going to look back at somes of best moments of 1990s.

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Unforgettable Characters in the History of Hindi Cinema

in: Movies

hindifilms The Indian film industry will hit the century mark in coming May. This is a great landmark for Indian Cinema. This industry has not just given audiences some of the most memorable films but it has also given some of the most memorable characters. Who can forget Daaku Gabbar Singh from Sholay, Inspector Vijay from Zanjeer, Sehzaada Salim from Mughal-e-Azam. Actors like Amzad Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and Dilip Kumar respectively immortalized these characters with their powerful acting and popular dialogues. As we celebrate 100 years of Indian cinema, here are some unforgettable characters in the history of Hindi Cinema. These characters used the celluloid as their canvas to paint larger-than-life dreams that galvanized generations of millions.

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How to stop rapes in Delhi?

Rape Once again Delhi, the capital of India, is in headlines for wrong reasons, for the brutal rape and torture of a five year old girl. She was abducted on April 15 and kept hostage by her neighbor for two days without food and water and repeatedly raped in east Delhi’s Gandhi Nagar. She is the fifth minor to have fallen prey to rapists this month. Total there have been 393 rape cases registered by Delhi Police in last three months. The number of unreported rapes is without a doubt will be much greater.

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