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A Lot of Lives = Ceasing of the Hazards [In Light of the recent Tuticorin Issue] – by Sivashruthy Namachivayam

Foreword: In a country that is a peninsula, finding a harbor is not a laborious task. One such port is Thoothukudi (Tuticorin). The place holds a special position for its multifaceted identities. The city has an excellent account of flora and fauna. The cetacean population in Thoothukudi (Tuticorin) would be a good study material for marine biologists. This… Read More »

Education for a Developed Bharat – by Sivashruthy Namachivayam

Preamble: India is not new to education. Nalanda and Taxila Universities produced notable alumnus and alumna for a progressive nation. Even the art form of Yoga was the education given by nature. Nature, being a teacher according to Wordsworth is substantiated through Indian education. With the concept of nature amalgamated with education, the students excelled. The earliest form… Read More »

The Pink Economy

Long back, our history books read to us of the feat of the people of Rajasthan, who changed the entire city of Jaipur into Pink to welcome the Prince and the Queen. The color denotes hospitality. Today, the country herself has changed pink it seems. In their economic report, the economic forum of India has come to a… Read More »

Man, The Beast

All the world being the stage is for a man to act. Obviously, it is not meant only for the man to dance and to produce his tunes. God created nature for Man to enjoy. He has prioritized other specious before man according to evolution, and religion too. The man entered the gifted world later. He enjoyed all… Read More »

Who is Very Important in a Society? – VIP Saga

Roots of Democracy Long back, Abraham Lincoln furnished the tagline, “For the people, of the people, by the people”. Even prior to this exposure, Indian kings dedicated their precious lives to safeguard the interest and lives of the public. Tamil King Karikalan is associated with the history narrating his ascendance on the throne. The ministers vested the obligation… Read More »

Blame not the Education, Folks!                                               

In India, education is a matter of ages. Some Indians can be illiterates but no one can be uneducated. Going back to the days of Gurukul, we can find the archery test held among the Pandavas and Kauravas by Drona. Only after the test, he comes to know the potential of Arjuna. After the test, he gives attention… Read More »