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The power of “Njangalum (We too)” in Campaigns. When a group of social workers educated the young minds, they raised their hands to proclaim “Njangalum (we too)” and it has everything in it… the past, present and the future. The campaign was a CSR initiative of BPCL, promoted by Manorama and coordinated by the Department of Social Work, Rajagiri College of Social Sciences. I was lucky enough to become a group coordinator for the programme. 5 days of working with 60 social work students and engaging with more than 1000 students from 9 schools, was a new experience for me.…

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Fluid Book Review Ever came across persuasions from the family or society in choosing your career. Have you ever felt that you have chosen the wrong career? Then this book is for you. Fluid Book Review- Fluid; The Approaches Applied by Geniuses Over Centuries is a self-help book written by Ashish Jaiswal. The book has got placed on the list of National Bestsellers. Fluid unveils the confusions and dilemmas in the present education system through effective examples and case studies. The entire book revolves around the theme “Be more than what you are thought to be”. The author explains the idea of…

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Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar This time I chose the #Film Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar for my weekend classic. Such an inspiring film, well written and well-directed. A film portraying the life story of the legend with a strong idea of an egalitarian society. The man who lead a parallel freedom fight for the rights of the Dalits. Ambedkar believed that the freedom of the nation is only possible if there is unity among the nation. The caste system created ignorance in the nation and there was a big division between the haves and have not. Ambedkar being a Dalit has faced a…

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 “Don’t Look Up”-A Short Review. Brief “Don’t Look Up” is the latest Hollywood movie released by Netflix, directed by Adam McKay. It stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence in the lead roles as two astronomers who warn the World about a Comet which could hit the Earth and Destroy the entire planet. The movie emphasizes the conflict between politics and science when it comes to Apocalypse. Why should one watch this movie? The movie highlights the struggle of two astronomers to convince the world about the threat and the reaction of the whole world to it differently. This makes the movie interesting and thrilling…

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                                                SC in India The scheduled castes are the caste or race of the nation who are socially, economically and educationally backwards due to the age-old practices of untouchability and other factors like poor infrastructure, poverty and malnutrition. The constitution of India through principles of liberty justice equality and fraternity protect and safeguard the SC and ST in the nation. Constitutional provisions. The constitution of India through Article 14 consider every citizen equal before the law and Article…

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The Indian Socialism. “There is no Democracy without socialism and no Socialism without Democracy”  – Rosa Luxembourg The ideals of socialism state the social and economic doctrine of public ownership than private ownership. The Indian Constitution solemnly resolve its people to constitute India into a Sovereign Socialist Republic Nation. The principle of socialism was added to the constitution through the 42nd amendment act during the emergency period. Indian socialism promotes social and economic welfare among people and prohibits exploitation in any manner. India follows democratic socialism which has a blend of Marxism as well as Gandhian socialism and leans more…

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 The Indian Sovereignty Sovereignty makes a government independent from others and prevents external forces to interfere in government matters.  According to Coole “A country is said to be Sovereign if there exists within itself supreme and absolute power, acknowledging no superior”. India declare itself as an Independent country on 15th August 1947 and the Constitution solemnly resolve the Republic of India to be a Sovereign nation. We adopted the idea of sovereignty from the fifth article of the Ireland constitution. In India, Sovereignty began from the uppermost layer of International independence to the bottom level of self-independence. India proclaims its…

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Legal Adoption During the 2021 Pandemic The increased pandemic scenario of the country has brought another silent crisis; The illegal adoption of children. The second wave has lead to increased fatalities. A lot of children has lost their parents due to the virus and was left as orphans. There were wider requests through social media for adopting the orphan. A few Non Governmental organisation have come forward for lending help to those children. This in turn also create chances for illegal trades and trafficking of children for huge money. People may offer children instant adoption by cooking up stories on…

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Jal Jeevan Mission for “Indian Water Self-Sufficiency”. Introduction Water scarcity is non-availability of the freshwater to meet the demands of the individual. The world is presently at water stress due to the unequal distribution of climate, water pollutions, environmental hazards, depletion of the groundwater etc. Due to these reasons, two-third of the global population lives in a water crisis today and half of the world’s cities experience water pollution. India is also a country that depends on various resources for freshwater. The increasing demand for water due to an increase in population and over-exploitation of water has lead to water…

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