KCR, the Chief Minister of Telangana, has already made his only one of its kind impact with the introduction of the hi-tech police patrolling vehicles in Hyderabad. He has many similar plans in the pipeline for obvious reasons as he wishes to see a ‘Golden Telangana’ in a stipulated time frame. Placed below isContinue reading “Why doesn’t KCR think of this ‘pink’ concept?”
Monthly Archives: August 2014
Isn’t eco-friendly Vinayaka a need of the hour?
The fourth day of the waxing moon according to the Hindu month of Bhadrapada is celebrated as Ganesh Chaturthi. The festival is a greatest of its kind, as it brings together people of all religious communities together. The insurrection of the Ganesh idol at homes is the customary practice. The celebrations reach culmination with the immersion ofContinue reading “Isn’t eco-friendly Vinayaka a need of the hour?”
Who said politicians don’t require any mandatory qualification?
Have you ever felt that it is iniquitous that even for a priestly job you need to have some qualification but for PM’s job, which is the highest post in India, there is no need of any mandatory prerequisite? In Indian setting there are many instances that the education minister himself/herself is an illiterate andContinue reading “Who said politicians don’t require any mandatory qualification?”
Ice Bucket or Rice Bucket: Charity requires
Ice Bucket or Rice Bucket: Charity requires no driving force! The ALS awareness drive in the U.S. has turned now into an inquisitive game all around the world. It has triggered a sort of private antagonism among the celebrities. One after another, celebrities started undertaking the Ice Bucket Challenge, clearly indicating that the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has becomeContinue reading “Ice Bucket or Rice Bucket: Charity requires”
Mother Teresa’s unswerving reminiscences
Mother Teresa, who was born on the same day (August 26) in 1910, was probably the only person who was honoured by many countries around the world. She has made the sacred land of India more consecrated with her services to the people of the country. Mother Teresa, the founder of the Missionaries of Charity, aContinue reading “Mother Teresa’s unswerving reminiscences”
Who should decide Intensive Household Survey’s success?
An intensive household survey was taken up across Telangana on a single day i.e. on August 19 in what was billed as the first exercise of its kind anywhere in India. The Telangana government took it very prestigiously and prepared all stakeholders for the ibid survey over a period of time. KCR, the ChiefContinue reading “Who should decide Intensive Household Survey’s success?”
Intensive Household Survey hints a need for cutback in census period
The Intensive Household Survey which was prestigiously undertaken by the state government of Telangana has become a grand success. Apart from achieving what the survey was intended for, it has revealed a few other facts which should be considered at an appropriate level. According to the statistics, the historic Telangana survey that covered 1.05 croreContinue reading “Intensive Household Survey hints a need for cutback in census period”
KCR, Chandrababu finds the ultimate way out
The Sunday (August 17, 2014) meeting of both Chief Ministers of Telugu States Chandrababu Naidu and Kalvakuntla Chandrasekhar Rao in the presence of ESL Narasimhan, the common governor of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana states, turned to be an imposing accomplishment. After the meeting both the Chief Ministers have equally sensed a sort of buoyancy thatContinue reading “KCR, Chandrababu finds the ultimate way out”
Can every politician answer these 6 questions?
The widely accepted definition of a politician is a person who is involved in influencing public policy and decision making. This includes all levels of the people in the political chain. Politics is not just limited to governance through public office. Political offices may also be held in corporations. In civil uprisings, politicians may be called freedom fighters.Continue reading “Can every politician answer these 6 questions?”
YouTube is prime choice for silver screen promotions
By mid 90s Indian skies were invaded by the foreign media channels, thereby rewriting the history of Indian mass media. From the other end, the Internet which is known as the eighth wonder of the world turned to be the most favorite mass medium of the contemporaries. Collectively these Satmass media (a word coined byContinue reading “YouTube is prime choice for silver screen promotions”