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Just because reservation has been in place for a 100 years doesn't mean it's needed anymore. The point of a caste based reservation was to ensure progress of the SC ST etc.
The debate is regarding whether reservation should still be continued on the basis of caste, or should be for economically backward people, who probably have the merit but cannot afford continuing studies, or who perhaps deserve, and are more in need of the job.
Though overpopulation is a big problem today, ethically it's wrong to sterilize people for the same. It'd be like promoting the Norms of eugenetics. Who'd get to decide whom to sterilize and whom not to? Overpopulation can be controlled by family planning and other contraception methods. But forcefully sterilizing people for the sake of population control is not justified.
I'm a female and I support feminism whole heartedly. But it's true that nowadays the word 'feminism' is used much too liberally without so much of a second thought. I feel that feminism is very important in today's society, but only when the term is being used appropriately.
God's existence cannot be understood by just staring at the sky and looking for him. In the words of swami vivekananda, -
" He is everywhere, the pure and formless
One, the Almighty and the All-merciful.
"Thou art our father, Thou art our
mother, Thou art our beloved friend, Thou
art the source of all strength; give us
strength. Thou art He that beareth the
burdens of the universe; help me bear the
little burden of this life." Thus sang the
Rishis of the Vedas. And how to worship
Him? Through love. 'He is to be
worshipped as the one beloved, dearer
than everything in this and the next life' ".
God can be perceived as a presence. He needn't necessarily be in the forms we see in photographs but he does exist, just as someone who created us, and someone who's taking care of the universe every moment.
the indian education system is not at all effective. though it is trye that the cbse is trying it more objective and knowledge centric, the hard truth remains that many children in india are still studying in the state boards. moreover, the effectiveness of cbse plans is only till high school, but higher education in india is only about mugging up. I being an MBBS student know exactly how hard it is to mug so many things up, but the point is no one remembers them after the exams. So the question is, what is the point of mugging these up if they're not going to be of any help in the long run? The Indian education system needs to be more effective as not only is it a big waste of time and labor for today's youth, it is also a major reason for tge growing mental stress amongst the students.
man being a bundle of emotions doesn't mean they will sit all day smothering over anything...and for the record, Albert Einstein was a very emotional man..as we all know he once cut two holes in his door for his cat and its kitten, just to facilitate their movement...
inequality is impossible to solve...equality is utopian... there is only one simple explanation-the rich get richer,and the poor-poorer.. equality shall mean no discrimination, equal resources and facilities... i don"t know bout other countries,but in india,it is a far way to go...in other words,unachievable...