On 27th August 2013, in the Kawal village of Muzaffarnagar district of Uttar Pradesh, two cousins were brutally killed when they objected to molestation of a girl in the family. More »
By Anang Pal Malik The National Green Tribunal was constituted following the passage of the National Green Tribunal Act of 2010. Initially the country was given to understand that the Tribunal would More »
Engineers With Rs 10000 per month Salary, Farmer Suicides, Land Acquisition Bill, And Future Of India
By Anang Pal Malik In India, average salary of an engineering graduate, fresh from college, is between Rs 15000 to Rs 20000 per month, and it is easy to hire them at More »
Modern Healthcare is a creation of man. It was not, is not, just existing in nature, nor it has naturally developed. It is an artificial construct, against nature in fact, created by men driven by need for money, and also
The Law That Will Finish Healthcare In India: The Clinical Establishments (Registration & Regulation) Act
It may not be readily conceivable that a democracy may become totalitarian. The terms look diametrically opposite. But if we note that a totalitarian State is the one that controls every aspect of citizens’ lives, and regulates their affairs to
Gaurav Prateek reviews Anang Pal Malik’s book Corruption In India: Have just finished reading Anang Pal Malik’s book “Corruption in India”, and I must say it makes a depressing read, simply because of the subject it tackles. What is surprising is
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डॉक्टर भगवान के रूप नही होते, वे भगवान ही होते है। हम मनुष्यों की सबसे बड़ी समस्या है कि हमारी इंद्रियाँ उसे साधारण मान लेती है जिसे वो रोज़ देखती, महसूस करती है, जैसे हवाई जहाज़। हवाई जहाज़ साधारण वस्तु
रुपए केवल हमें अपना सामान बेचने ख़रीदने में सहायता करने के लिए होते है, रुपए ख़ुद सामान नहीं होते है। वैसे तो सरकार को अपना काम अपनी आमदनी(टैक्स की आय) में चलाना चाहिए, लेकिन अगर सरकार अपनी आमदनी से
By Anang Pal Malik The Leftists are obsessed with profits. Marx taught them that the owner earns the profit out of the work the workers do, and so, naturally, he maximises his profit by keeping the wages only enough to
Right To Education was thought of as an obligation of the governments at the Centre and in the States to make available government schools to all children who wanted to attend a school. In itself it is a laudable objective.