The cut-throat competition of the 21st century forces us to be on our toes. The much required need to secure a leading edge in our respective domain or the need to look different or stand apart encourages us to think out of the box. Is it possible that thinking unceasingly like this makes us turn … Continue reading #TheBlindList: An overlooked, cost effective and safe travel plan
A week ago I came across a German law regarding the education of a child. It turns out education is compulsory for every child. There are stern consequences if a child does not attend school. Homeschooling is illegal in Germany. 100% attendance is required, barring exceptions like illness or funerals etc. If parents do not … Continue reading A Right to Unemployment
Society today is an outcome of a child's learning born two decades ago. Common things most of the children learnt then, subsequently became a practice today and may become a cult or tradition in the future. If you identify a flaw with any "group of people" today and sincerely want to rectify it, you should … Continue reading When or How does a child become “caste-literate”?
These days democracy is at its best in India, we see different protests in different parts of the country. People are not hesitating at all, utilizing their rights provided by the constitution of India. By definition from Wikipedia “A protest is an expression of bearing witness on behalf of an express cause by words or … Continue reading Protests: Boon Or Bane For 21st Century India