Jansatta Editorial

asymmetry

During the last two years, on the one hand, Kovid-19 came as a challenge to the health system, while it also fueled inequality. During the last two years, on the one hand, Kovid-19 came as a challenge to the health system, while it also fueled inequality. Although it would not be wrong to say that …

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alternatives to music

The merging of Kathak emperor and Padma Vibhushan Pandit Birju Maharaj into infinity marks the end of an era in the art world. The merging of Kathak emperor and Padma Vibhushan Pandit Birju Maharaj into infinity marks the end of an era in the art world. With his passing, the rhythm of Indian music came …

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woman’s identity

Famous poet Jigar Moradabadi has written that ‘Even if we sigh, we become infamous, even if he kills, there is no discussion.’ This nazm shows the mirror of our society which has low status towards a woman. This line tells that whatever the case may be, the stain of slander will come only on the …

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disease of mind

What is it, if not very sad for this country, that the youth, who are called bright future of our country, are going ahead in the race of mental patients. What is it, if not very sad for this country, that the youth, who are called bright future of our country, are going ahead in …

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barrier to education

Due to the epidemic, there was a complete ban in the country, then many challenges were raised in front of the education world. Initially the children liked the captive very much, missed school and homework. But the new path of education was also paved very soon. This option was online education. That is, the teacher …

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hot bars

Defections are those hot bars, which continue to stain the democracy of our country all the time. Injuring his body and soul every moment. Party democracy has made anti-defection law, but there are so many lanes of scope in its quagmire that it has become a mockery instead of a law. There is a wave …

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fight against epidemic

To deal with the third wave, the Prime Minister has asked the states to look at practical measures. In a meeting with the Chief Ministers on Thursday, the Prime Minister clearly said that in whatever measures the states take to fight the epidemic, care should be taken first that the livelihood of the people is …

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track of accidents

Claims to make rail travel safe and convenient are made every year at the time of presenting the budget. Claims are made to improve railway tracks and strengthen safety equipment etc. But the situation is that rail accidents are not stopping. The accident of Bikaner Express is the latest example of this. However, as reported …

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