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Sunday, September 8, 2013


The rich poor gap is highly prevalent in Indian Economy. People are starving down for having one time meal while on the other hand; the rich people are draining their wealth for their luxurious life. They are more prone to the insecure environment and dangers to their life.

 In that case they have nothing to lose. By fair means if they try to get rid of these situations, they will fail. So they opt ways for gaining quick money not caring about others because everybody is neglecting them. They go towards the path of crime, to get rid of their troubles. 

The democratic government doesn’t bothers about them because they know if poor starts rising then the downfall of the democratic government begins too. (There is no king who has not had a slave among his ancestors, and no slave who has not had a king among his - Helen Keller). The poor remains poor and got stuck in the vicious cycle of poverty while the rich are earning millions in just a second. Now you can imagine the pathetic conditions of the poor who are struggling for their survival. If we don’t understand their problems then who will? 

            Our brothers need our help to overcome their difficulties and hardships. We cannot equalize the economic conditions for all but we can equalize the opportunities for all by reforms in the policies and by reducing the concentration of wealth. But these power resides with them who themselves would be affected due to this.

Sunday, September 1, 2013


Whistleblower is someone who exposes alleged wrongdoing which includes fraud, corruption or mismanagement in an organization.
Due to fear of death and injury, the whistleblowers hesitate to raise their voice against these corrupts. We should promote them to blow their whistles. Once Central Vigilance Commission started the initiative of reporting the wrongdoings online, the website shows displays the message that the domain is for sale. Not only this one there are many others like this.
The laws must encourage the whistleblower to take up the charge against these transgressors. They should get reward of their courageous efforts. The reforms must include the following factors- Their identities must not be disclosed, there must be facilities for their corruption, and their efforts must not affect their profession.
But what we see in this largest democracy, the authority of making laws resides with them who often break them. When it comes to the promotion of bill demanding for increase in their allowances and facilities, the lenient law makers wouldn’t require even a single minute to be satisfied with the opposition, no disputes no conflicts at all. But when it comes to these types of bill, they remain ‘hanged till death’.