कुछ अनुभव –किशोर

    बात कक्षा 11  की है. स्कूल के समय में स्कूल  के बाहर शिकिंजी वाले के पास खड़े थे. विपिन नाम का  एक और दोस्त और  मिल गया तो गपशप शुरू हो गयी. इतने में स्कूल का गेट खुला और उसमे से हमारे प्रिंसिपल भटनागर साहब अपने स्कूटर पर  बाहर  आते दिखे .   हमने हर अध्यापक का कुछ न कुछ नाम रख रखा … Continue reading कुछ अनुभव –किशोर

Gandhi did not dream of India that was rich or powerful, but of an India that was fair and just

He looked rather like this, 68 years ago, to his assassin. He looked straight into his eyes, quite exactly like this. Gandhi was walking, of course, not standing. And he walked straight into those three bullets. He embraced those darts, he did. With the might of his pain for others, the depth of his faith in God, he hugged them. He had fought for years … Continue reading Gandhi did not dream of India that was rich or powerful, but of an India that was fair and just

Gandhi, My Hero – Shelja Sen #GandhiRocks #HarmonyRocks

From the time I was little I remember Gandhi was my ultimate hero. I am not very sure why, but I think a lot of it is to do with the fact that I was in Gandhi house in school. There was no sorting hat (as in Hogwarts) that decided my fate but just I suppose a random teacher’s random choice. A choice that made … Continue reading Gandhi, My Hero – Shelja Sen #GandhiRocks #HarmonyRocks

Shilpa Rao to headline live music gig to celebrate Peace and Harmony on Mahatma’s birth anniversary

Mumbai, 2nd of October: If it’s about Peace, Love, Harmony, and Music, then it is at The Gandhi Peace Festival 2015 – Harmony Rocks on 2nd October, 2015 ie today! when all roads will lead to the Bandra Amphitheatre, 6 PM, onwards. In celebration of Peace on the anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday, the Bombay Rock Association is bringing together an eclectic mix of musicians and … Continue reading Shilpa Rao to headline live music gig to celebrate Peace and Harmony on Mahatma’s birth anniversary

Nagasaki Peace Declaration

At 11:02am, on the 9th August 1945, a single atomic bomb instantly reduced Nagasaki to a ruin. A vast amount of radiation passed through people’s bodies, and the city was struck by heat rays and a blast that defy imagination. 74,000 of the city’s population of 240,000 people were killed. A further 75,000 individuals sustained injuries. It was said that  vegetation would not grow for at least 70 years. … Continue reading Nagasaki Peace Declaration

Indian Judiciary in Narendra Modi’s one year- Rebecca John

Left Collective organised an event “An Evening of Protest: One Year of Modi Government” on May 23, 2015 at Urdu Ghar in Delhi. In this video, Rebecca John, senior supreme court lawyer speaks of how the judiciary has a different set of rules for the ruling elite and a different set of rules for the vulnerable and marginalised sections of society. She speaks of several … Continue reading Indian Judiciary in Narendra Modi’s one year- Rebecca John