This is a sample picture of free India.
Never expect a change in next 20 years.
Even never expect a change,
if our young generation is not willing to wakeup.


Govt plans 1cr fine for cruelty to animals

New Delhi: Be cruel to your pet or any other animal at your own peril. For, an offender could end up paying up to Rs 1 crore as fine or be jailed for up to five years.

    The environment and forests ministry has proposed this hefty fine in its Animal Welfare Bill, 2011. For institutions or companies that show cruelty towards animals, the penalty would be Rs 25 crore.

2-7-2012  14,000 farmers ended life in 2011

4-10-2012  SC gives 6 mths to govt for toilets, water in schools.

In its April judgment, the apex court had quoted 2007-08 statistics to note that of the 12,50,755 schools imparting elementary education in India, 80.2% were government run, 5.8% private aided and 13.1% were private unaided. Of these, 87.2% of schools were located in rural areas.

30-9-2012  Just 3.5% of global research output from India

21-9-2012  India ranks with Africa on nutrition

18-8-2012  SC: Our legal system makes life easy for criminals

New Delhi: Our legal system has made life too easy for criminals and too difficult for the law abiding citizens, the Supreme Court said on Friday, referring to the “dilatory tactics” of the L N Mishra murder case accused in dragging its trial for the last 37 years.

18-8-2012  211 died in 6 months during clinical trials

17-8-2012  Missing kids: SC notice to Centre, states

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday sought answers from the Centre and state governments on a PIL which sought urgent action to trace 55,000 missing children fearing that they might have been forced into prostitution, begging, bonded labour or used as guinea pigs by the organ transplant mafia.

1-8-2012  30% power lost to theft, politics

New Delhi: More than 30% of the power produced in the country is lost to theft and inefficiencies in the state distribution networks as politics prevents speedy implementation of steps needed to stop the slippage.

2-7-2012  Five die every day due to fall in pits, manholes

11-02-2012  More MCD dirt: 105 ghost workers found

15-01-2012  Superpower? 230m Indians go hungry daily

1-9-2011 Only 2.77% Indians pay income tax

12-5-2011 Victims give grim reminder of unsafe roads

UN Road Safety Decade Launched With Families Narrating Their Trauma And Struggle.

“It’s been 10 years since I met with an accident while driving on a friend’s bike to college. I suffered spinal injury and my body was paralyzed from the shoulders to the feet and I continue to suffer from it even today. All my dreams and ambition have been crushed and even my family continues to suffer,” said Sharad. The 29-year-old accident victim had completed schooling from Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute in the capital and was studying at Delhi University when he met with the accident.

Road accidents cost India $20 bn every year.

One in every 10 road deaths across the globe is reported from India and every sixth road crash in the world happens here. This is in sharp contrast to India having only 1% of the global vehicle population.

27-10-2012 On Saturday, a constable was attacked in west Delhi when he was heading home after work. Constable Samandar Singh, posted at Ranhola police station, claimed that he spotted a WagonR going straight at high speed with its right indicator on. He drove towards the car, occupied by three men, and signaled them to turn off the indicator. This angered the car occupants, who cornered his Swift and forced him to step out. They then attacked him with hockey sticks and rods, the cop added.

So, when you are on the Indian roads, do not trust these traffic lights and the vehicle indicators. A traffic green light for you is meaningless if some one on the other side is violating the other red light. You need to be more careful during the early morning hours when there are fever vehicles on the road. 

The Indian culture is mixture of many cultures.
A very few respect this land.

India was a supper power in the past.



Ancient India was more Technologically advanced than the West

Vimanas- ancient flying machines of India

Ancient India's Engineering skills (Documentary)

What Billions of Indians can do? - very inspiring