He is love, he is inspiration & he is Cristiano Ronaldo

Just by hearing the name of football it gives adrenaline rush to its lovers. It brings a wave of rejoice. Watching our favourite player playing, watching breathtaking matches makes our hearts to beat faster. Football has witnessed many great players from time to time. Pele , Maradona , George Best , Zinedine Zidane , Franz Beckenbauer,  Eusebio , Johan Cruyff , Lionel Messi , Cristiano Ronaldo and the list goes on. Football is world famous and one of the most playing sports. I respect the game and its players. Every player is unique and holds an important place. But my personal favourite is Cristiano Ronaldo. There are many great players but I love C-Ron more.

He is inspiring not only as a player but as a person too. He comes from a poor family and lost his dad when he was 20 years old. In 1997, aged 12, he went on a three-day trial with Sporting CP, who signed him for a fee of £1,500. He subsequently moved to Alcochete, near Lisbon, to join Sporting’s other youth players at the club’s football academy. By age 14, Ronaldo believed he had the ability to play semi-professionally, and agreed with his mother to cease his education in order to focus entirely on football. A year later, however, he was diagnosed with a racing heart, a condition that could have forced him to give up playing football. He underwent an operation in which a laser was used to cauterise the affected area of his heart; discharged from hospital hours after the procedure, he resumed training only a few days later.

His hard work and dedication is clearly visible. His passion and love for football is admirably awesome. He gives his 300% to football.

● “I am what i am. I can’t change my character. I can’t change my personality, my education. I respect people but i don’t agree. The ones who are close to me know who’s the real Cristiano is.”  He is being hated for his attitude but let’s see it from different angle. He has trained himself this way for the stardom. He is living his celebrity life the way he wanted it to be. Believing that you are great , makes you great and he is one such example of this. He has reached this level that he dreamed since childhood due to his strong mentality and strong will.

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● Mr. Popular. Either hate him or love him but you can’t ignore him.

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● His loving and caring attitude towards children.


● I don’t understand why the heck there is comparison between messi and c-ron. They are different players , they have their own unique skills and abilities. Infact there is no rivalry between ron & messi. Their fans have unnecessary over-hyped rivalry between them and self-manifested enmity against the players.

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●  Cristiano Ronaldo is not only Madrid’s highest paid player but also world’s highest paid footballer earning a massive £288,000 a week which is after tax which means he cost around £575,000 a week to Real Madrid if we count the tax Real Madrid has to pay on his salary which is around 52% in Spain.

Although he makes a lot of donations too.

He donated his 2015–2016 Champions League bonus 600000 Euros and bonus of UEFA EURO 2016 (275000 Euros).

● He played the Euro finals when he was 19 and played the sem-finals of worldcup when he was 21.

● He is not having any tattoos on his skin to be able to donate blood twice every year.

● He doesn’t drink alcohol because it reminds him of the disease that caused death of his father.

● He is a great impact on football and an achiever.

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● He is having his own Museum. Just a reminder for us so that we never forget what he has done since he was a child.

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● The humblest fan.

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● “I’m living a dream I never want to wake up from.”

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NO MATTER WHAT HAPPENS, YOU ARE A HERO AND YOU WILL REMAIN A HERO FOR US. WE LOVE YOU UNCONDITIONALLY CR7.

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Reference : Wikipedia 

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Lifeahead

“Flowers… are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Who doesn’t adore the beauty of flowers! Flowers are medicine for soul. Amazing gift of nature. But, what if few petals of flower get damaged? We will throw them and consider that there is nothing left. Let us connect this to our lives, just like the damaged petals of flowers are the hardships, pain, suffering, harm, damage, destruction, injury that we have in our life and after all these at certain point we feel now there is nothing left, everything ended and nothing could be done. But no! that is not the truth. Flowers blooms again. Similarly that damage is not the end..THERE IS LIFE AHEAD. We can start a fresh. New beginning.
What is this lifeahead? Well this is an incredible idea, an initiative of my mentor, friend, teacher.. Nidhi Sahu( Psychologist). She is a dedicated, excellent counselor. Many workshops on parenting, adolescent problems,etc are conducted by her efficiently. Lifeahead will focus on life skills. It’s a group of people who have overcame the setbacks of life and experts who will help the one’s who are going through something hard in life by some efforts in different forms. [ keeping it secret for a while] Transforming the negatives into positives. Our main motive is to uplift the souls. Even if we made a difference in one life.. that is going to be utterly blissful for us. It is Nidhi madame’s desire of her soul to keep LIFEAHEAD ALIVE AND IT IS MY SOUL’S DESIRE TO ACCOMPANY HER IN THIS JOURNEY. The seed has been sowed. It is our message .. that if someone is fighting any sort of battle, he/she is not alone. We are social beings so yes at times we need little push from someone to come out from the cage. A hand to hold on. There is nothing wrong in it. One must not forget ultimately we all are divine creations.
Hey you! Wherever you are! Whatsoever you are facing..just a simple reminder.. there is certainly LIFE AHEAD.flower-631765_960_720

Education can give a paradigm shift to thought process

IF WE WANT OUR COUNTRY’S GROWTH, WE MUST REALIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION AT OUR OWN LEVEL FIRST. THEN WE CAN HELP OTHERS, SHARE IT WITH OTHERS AND MAKE IT AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE IRRESPECTIVE OF ANY BARRIER. WHETHER SOMEBODY IS RICH OR POOR, RURAL AREAS OR URBAN AREAS, MALE OR FEMALE, A CHILD OR AN OLD AGE PERSON.

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EDUCATION IS OUR BIRTHRIGHT, IT IS NOT A LUXURY, IT IS OUR FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT.

VILLAGE COVERS UP A LARGE POPULATION OF INDIA. VILLAGE JOINTLY MAKES A SMALL TOWN, SMALL TOWNS WHEN PUT TOGETHER MAKES LARGE TOWNS. HENCE, THE LARGE TOWNS COMPRISES TO MAKE A CITY. THAT’S WHY EDUCATING POOR PEOPLE AND RURAL AREAS WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE- WILL LEAVE AN IMPACT ON THE BIG PICTURE OF INDIA. THIS IS FOR THE BETTERMENT AND UPLIFTMENT OF COUNTRY AND COUNTRYMAN. THEN ONLY PEOPLE WILL REALIZE THEIR POWER. BRINGING AWARENESS IS A BIG STEP TOWARDS CHANGE.
DO YOU KNOW WE HAVE NIGHT SCHOOLS?! A NIGHT SCHOOL IS AN ADULT LEARNING SCHOOL THAT HOLDS CLASSES IN THE EVENING OR AT NIGHT TO ACCOMMODATE PEOPLE WHO WORK DURING THE DAY.

 

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FORMER PRESIDENT AND MY FAVOURITE EDUCATOR Kalam Sahab, HE DIDN’T MISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO TEACH WHENEVER AND WHEREVER HE GOT. RENOWNED SCIENTIST IGNITED A THOUSAND MINDS, INSPIRED A MILLION TO DREAM BIG. I JUST WANT THAT WE SHOULD KEEP HIS VISION ALIVE, WHICH HE HAD FOR OUR NATION.

EDUCATING EVERY SINGLE MIND WILL OPEN UP THEIR MIND. HENCE, IT WILL INSPIRE THEM TO THINK OUT OF THE BOX AND DO SOMETHING OUT OF THE BOX. LEARNING IS A NEVER ENDING PROCESS AND LET’S ASSIMILATE THIS POWER OF LEARNING. SCATTER IT IN EVERY DIRECTION.
“ LEARNING GIVES CREATIVITY, CREATIVITY LEADS TO THINKING, THINKING LEADS TO KNOWLEDGE, KNOWLEDGE MAKES YOU GREAT”- DR. A.P.J ABDUL KALAM.
FOR NATION’S GREATNESS WE SHOULD COME FORWARD AND WORK IN THIS DIRECTION. WE SHOULD MAKE EFFORTS AT OUR PERSONAL LEVEL TO MAKE THIS SIGNIFICANT TOOL- EDUCATION REACHABLE TO EVERY CITIZEN. BRIDGE THE GAP BETWEEN EDUCATION AND PEOPLE.

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Image source : The Hindu and

Globalgiving.co.uk

 

Temporary defeat revolutionized into GLORIOUS TRIUMPH

Punjab and Haryana, these states that have been in the news for discrimination against the girl child. But a Chandigarh born girl did something remarkable and made India proud. The girl is Rukmani Riar. Things that are special about her :

She was 24 years old when in her first attempt she cracked Civil Services Examinations and acquired second position.  (2011)

She was unable to cope with the pressure of moving to a boarding school and failed in Class 6th while studying at the Sacred Heart School in Dalhousie, this story is an evidence that failures are the stepping stones to success.

Ever since I failed in Class VI, I am scared of failure. It can be very depressing. But after that incident, I made up my mind that I won’t sulk and complain. I will work hard and give things my best. I believe that if one decides to persevere and come out of that phase, nothing can stop you achieving success,’ advised Rukmani.

She did her 12th from Shivalik Public School, Mohali.

She holds a master’s degree in social entrepreneurship from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai where she consistently topped her class.

She joined the School of Social Sciences affiliated to Guru Nanak Dev University in 2005 and passed out in 2008 getting the gold medal with distinction.

She did not opt for any special coaching classes for the CSE . She said the notes prepared during graduation helped in her performance. If you are consistent and perseverant in your preparation, you can crack the exam without coaching,’ suggested the topper, who chose political science and sociology as her main subjects for the exam.

“Set your targets and work hard to achieve the desired result,” Riar said.

She wanted to carry out social service. She was fired by social service. Her father BS Riar, a lawyer in Hoshiarpur, Punjab, suggested that she should try the civil services if she wanted to make a mark at helping society. Her mother is a housewife.

 

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Rukmani wanted to become an IAS officer so that she can use her experience and training to serve the nation in a better way.

‘I always wanted to serve the nation,’ she said. And you can well believe her – she has interned with the Planning Commission of India and NGOs in Karnataka and Maharashtra over the last few years, researching and understanding various social policies and finding ways to help them make a positive impact upon society.

Rukmani loves to write poetry. She is a prolific writer . She is a believer of hard work and dedication. Her message is : consistency, hard work, and persistence is the key to success. Go for it. If I can do it, everybody else can.

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Best wishes to this hailing Punjabi Kudi.

IMAGE SOURCE : GOOGLE IMAGES

Information Source : TOI

A GREEN MAKEOVER- Your new style statement

Mother nature is not asking for help, it’s warning us by the adverse climatic changes. These are results of the human deeds. Reading and hearing frightful news concerning the environment makes me utterly depressed and at the same time they inspire me to do something. Any matter related to nature always draw my attention and motivates me to change my way of living for the betterment of environment. I am hoping that this will embolden all of you to bring the change as well. By our small changes we can make massive impact on the BIG picture.

The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones”

-Confucius

By harming our environment we are harming ourselves too. Changing our lifestyle is the prominent step towards green makeover. This is the high time to implement those 3 R’s which we were taught in school.

  • REDUCE
  • REUSE
  • RECYCLE

And now let’s look at the denouements of Stephen Hawking.

“As scientists, we understand the dangers of nuclear weapons and their devastating effects, and we are learning how human activities and technologies are affecting climate systems in ways that may forever change life on Earth. As citizens of the world, we have a duty to alert the public to the unnecessary risks that we live with every day, and to the perils we foresee if governments and societies do not take action now to render nuclear weapons obsolete and to prevent further climate change… There’s a realization that we are changing our climate for the worse. That would have catastrophic effects. Although the threat is not as dire as that of nuclear weapons right now, in the long term we are looking at a serious threat.”

Stephen Hawking’s Quote from Press conference for the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, (1 January 2007)

“The danger is that global warming may become self-sustaining, if it has not done so already. The melting of the Arctic and Antarctic ice caps reduces the fraction of solar energy reflected back into space, and so increases the temperature further. Climate change may kill off the Amazon and other rain forests, and so eliminate once one of the main ways in which carbon dioxide is removed from the atmosphere. The rise in sea temperature may trigger the release of large quantities of carbon dioxide, trapped as hydrides on the ocean floor. Both these phenomena would increase the greenhouse effect, and so global warming further. We have to reverse global warming urgently, if we still can. ”

Stephen Hawking’s Quote from ABC News interview (16 August 2006)

One of the most serious consequences of our actions is global warming brought about by rising levels of CO2 from the burning of fossil fuels. The danger is that the temperature increase may become self-sustaining, if it hasn’t done so already. Drought and deforestation are reducing the amount of carbon dioxide recycled into the atmosphere and the warming of the seas may trigger the release of large quantities of carbon dioxide trapped on the ocean floor. In addition the melting of the Arctic and Antarctic ice sheets will reduce the amount of solar energy reflected back into space and so increase the temperature further. We don’t know where global warming will stop but the worst case scenario is that the earth will become like its sister planet Venus, with a temperature of 250 degrees C and rain sulphuric acid. The human race could not survive in those conditions.”

Stephen Hawking’s Quote from the film “The 11th Hour” (2007)

One can see from space how the human race has changed the Earth. Nearly all of the available land has been cleared of forest and is now used for agriculture or urban development. The polar icecaps are shrinking and the desert areas are increasing. At night, the Earth is no longer dark, but large areas are lit up. All of this is evidence that human exploitation of the planet is reaching a critical limit. But human demands and expectations are ever-increasing. We cannot continue to pollute the atmosphere, poison the ocean and exhaust the land. There isn’t any more available.

Stephen Hawking’s Quote from the film “The 11th Hour” (2007)

“I don’t think the human race will survive the next thousand years, unless we spread into space. There are too many accidents that can befall life on a single planet. But I’m an optimist. We will reach out to the stars.”

Stephen Hawking’s Quote Daily Telegraph (16 October 2001)

Whoa! Reaching out to the stars. Well that seems a distant thing for now.

But, here are some conversions that we must do at our level first. These simple adoption of habits in our daily lives can make a difference. We should play our respective roles.

  • Turn of any lights and electronics when they are not being used.Let hair and clothes dry by themselves if possible.Set the washing mashine to lower temperatures.
  • Create a compost heap in your garden or use a compost bin. This helps recycle food waste and other biodegradable material.
  • When going shopping, make it a habit to bring your own eco-bags and say no to plastic bags as much as possible
  • Plant more and more trees. Join as many tree planting trips as you can.
  •  If possible, try carpooling to work, business presentations, events, or even to run errands. Think of ways you can reduce the number of trips you make using your car. Reduce emissions from vehicles by walking or cycling. These are not just great alternatives to driving, they are also great exercise.
  •  Use public transport, when you can, for everyday travel.
  •  Send your drinking bottles, paper, used oil, old batteries and used tires to a depot for recycling or safe disposal; all these very cause serious pollution.
  • Do not pour chemicals and waste oil on to the ground or into drains leading to bodies of water.
  • Wherever possible, separate biodegradable and recyclable waste from non-biodegradable and work to reduce the amount of non-biodegradable or recyclable waste.
  •  Reduce the amount of meat you eat, or even better become vegetarian.
  • Don’t let water run when you don’t use it. For example while brushing your teeth or when you shampoo your hair. It will save a lot of water! Run dishwasher and washing mashine only with full loads.Use environmentaly friendly cleaning/household products.You find them in regular stores and they are not even much more expensive. They won’t pollute the water with toxins.
  • Use your cellphones less .A new study has directly linked cellphones to the mass exstinction of bees. Bees are critical to our food production since they are responsible for pollinating plants.

Think of your own ways to REUSE REDUCE AND RECYCLE the resources as well.

We have read or heard all these several times some way or other way but now is the time to act .

I feel immense bliss in the lap of nature. Healthy environment makes me feel happy .

By default i have strange connection with nature. I am doing my bit and hoping that by taking consistent and positive tiny steps will lead to big results; will further lead to bigger steps one day.

Are you ready to give yourself a green makeover?!

Green makeover for us and for the planet : A new style statement.

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Source : WEB

Salute to an exemplary heroine

At ABP Live news channel, their daily news bulletin was going on and suddenly breaking news started flashing. That was results day of UPSC 2014. News- This time girls have bagged the top four positions, i was normal. They unraveled the names of toppers ,i was normal.Then they displayed the photographs of toppers, i was normal. But when i came to know that Ira Singhal is first differently abled candidate from general category who got first rank in the civil services examination : it was not normal. Her story is profusely inspiring not only for the civil services world but also for the normal world. She never glorified her special needs (she is victim of a medical condition Scoliosis ); she explained that her hands have restricted movement and her spinal cord is of S- shaped and not straight. But, she maintained that she feels normal about herself. She told that everyone has one problem or another, only thing is that her problems are more visible than others. She is very much normal than me , infact much normal than all of us. She is not a stereotyped topper. She reads a lot of novels and watches TV series of US/UK. According to her, one should study smartly by understanding and analyzing stuffs rather than being glued to books all the time.She has transformed herself into someone who is so much engrossed in learning, knowing and exploring what is around her that she has no time to bother about her physical condition or anything else.

The pragmatic Ira had some suggestions for the students : ” First get a professional degree , get a few years of work experience and then take the UPSC exam if you want to. And no matter what you do, always remember to have a life.”

She holds an MBA from Delhi University’s Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), and a B.E. in computer engineering from Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT).

Since 2010, She had cracked CSE in her every attempt (4 attempts – cracked all- secured first position in 4th attempt)

She was refused a posting because she suffers from curvature of the spine. She filed a case in the Central Administrative Tribunal, which she won after 4 years, after which she was given a post. She has also taught Spanish for a year, has been a manager in Cadbury India and a marketing intern the Coca Cola Company. She was posted as Assistant Commissioner in the Customs & Excise department of the Indian Revenue Services, but will likely move to an IAS posting soon.
Despite topping one of the toughest competitive exams in the world, she told it was just another exam. She told that an exam cannot decide who you are. Life is more that an exam. She got 99.7 percentile in CAT. She told that Maths is tough or easy depending on your perception. It’s all in mind. She felt that a better teacher can make Maths easier and fun.
She knows various languages like English, Hindi, German, Spanish.

Her interview radiated positive vibes only.Normally, these interviews of successful people are focused on their struggle and hardship. But, the interview of this brilliant lady was different. It was full of hope, encouragement and  motivation to see beyond our own problems. How she has turned her problems into opportunities was worth admiring. Her positive frame of mind is amazing. She is calm and composed. She has never back down in life when so called normal people often don’t achieve even an iota of what she has accomplished till date

As an Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer, she has to do more of office works and she always wanted to do good for the people by doing more field works. She wants to serve people and that’s why she wanted to be an IAS officer. Mr. Ravish Kumar asked whether she wanted to prove something through UPSC. It was expected she would say something like she wanted to show people that her physical condition didn’t came in way of her dream or something like that. But it was pleasant surprise when she told that she had nothing to prove. She wanted to be IAS officer as this will give her a bigger opportunity to serve people.

She hangs out with her friends like every other person. She is effortless genius of her life.She is an epitome of character and strength.

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Her message : ” While struggling through all the insecurities of life, just remember that this too shall pass.”

She never considered her deformity to be a challenge. It all depends on how big you consider it to be a problem.

“My single aim is to help society and i am not after power, money or success. I don’t lie to myself,” Ira said.

I have tremendous amount of respect in my heart for this lady .I wish Ira ma’am all the happiness and all the very best for her journey.  And i love you “meri living legend.”

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Image 1 source : The Indian Express

Source : TOI

Some excerpts are taken from web and her interviews. 

 

 

Reservation Conundrum

 

I am General category and I support reservations. Let’s shed some light on this. A general category student with three digit rank xxx in a competative exam couldn’t make it to the xyz premier institute but a reserved category student with a telephone number type digit rank xxxxxxx in the exam gets the call for admission.

IS IT TRUE MERITOCRACY? !

A reserved category person earning crores per annum needs any kind of aid? Certainly not.

IS IT EQUALITY ?! Alas!

Reservation degrades the system, be it jobs promotion,selection,admissions in colleges and so on .

The chief architect of Indian constitution B.R. Ambedkar reluctantly agreed to reservation in the belief that it would be discontinued 10 years after the adoption of the Constitution. Even he wanted “reservations to end in ten years”.

 

Document’s summary

During the process of drafting a constitution:

 

Quote:From the outset, the Constituent Assembly laid out clearly its objectives and philosophy for the new constitution. Several of the framers’ main goals, articulated in the “Objectives Resolution,” included guarantees of equality, basic freedoms of expression, as well as “adequate safeguards…for minorities, backward and tribal areas, and depressed and other backward classes.” These principles guided the delegates throughout the Constitution-making process.

The Assembly set up a special Advisory Committee to tackle minority rights issues. This committee was further divided into several subcommittees. The Subcommittee on Minorities focused on representation in legislatures (joint versus separate electorates and weightings), reservation of seats for minorities in cabinets, reservation for minorities in the public services, and administrative machinery to ensure the protection of minority rights. After extensive research and debate, the Subcommittee on Minorities drafted a report of its findings for submission to the Advisory Committee. The latter supported most of the Subcommittee’s recommendations.


From the constitution:

Quote:Significantly, Article 15, which prohibits discrimination, also contains a clause allowing the union and state governments to make “any special provision for the advancement of any socially and educationally backward classes of citizens or for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.” This language was added in 1951 within weeks of a Supreme Court decision outlawing quotas in school admissions. The speed of the amendment is indicative of the strong political support for reservations, Nehru’s personal views notwithstanding.

Similarly, Article 16, calling for “equality of opportunity in matters of public employment,” contains clauses permitting the “reservation of appointments or posts in favour of any backward class of citizens which, in the opinion of the State, is not adequately represented in the services under the State” and another allowing “reservation in matters of promotion” for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes

A separate section of the Constitution, “Special Provisions Relating to Certain Classes,” requires the reservation of seats in the “House of the People,” or Lok Sabha, and the Legislative Assemblies of the states for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. The numbers of reserved seats are determined by the proportion Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe members to the general population, based on population estimates from the most recent decennial census. The President of India and the Parliament, in consultation with the state governments, determine the list of groups qualifying as Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and “backward classes.”

Several safeguards accompany these provisions for reservation. First, the Constitution originally required the reservation of seats in the Lokh Sabha and state legislatures to end after ten years. After five amendments, the policy is now set to expire on January 25, 2010. Secondly, regarding the reservation of jobs, Article 335 of the Constitution mandates that the “claims of the members of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes shall be taken into consideration, consistently with the maintenance of efficiency of administration.” Finally, a National Commission for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes was created to investigate, monitor, advise, and evaluate the progress of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes under the schemes aimed at the socio-economic development of these groups. Another Commission was also created to investigate the conditions of the socially and educationally backward classes.


A boy born in Rameshwaram in a poor family by surpassing all the barriers hurdles with his indomitable spirit made India proud. He is legendary A.P.J ABDUL KALAM. This titan was an aerospace scientist, Professor, Author , President of India. Do he needed reservation? Obviously no. Without reservation he excelled in every field.

Barack Obama became President of USA without any Afro-American quota, same about honourable Nelson Mandela. Quotas are constitutionally illegal in the USA. [ In the past black Americans were brutally tortured ]

Inspite of slavery of 200 years we Indians have cracked milestones,created history , proved ourselves in every direction. We are capable.

Reforms are needed to bring true meritocracy in India.Amendments are must.

India will breath in fresh air of true independence when this pollutant namely reservation will be cleaned.

Reservation free India- A very long journey to go. Government, media and we common people ..three important constituents have to come together, unite and work together. “unity to be real must survive the severest strain without breaking” – M.k. Gandhi 

Be the change you wish to see in the world- Mahatma Gandhi . We must change ourselves first to bring the change.

Eventually India is “unity in diversity”

We are all ONE.

 

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Source: Document’s summary – The nirmukt free thought community