Over 120 crore people are enrolled in Aadhaar and India is adding one the size of Singapore each week to Aadhaar. Advanced countries and mostly smaller ones have it like social security numbers, and given India’s size, it should provide much greater benefits.
So what are these:
- for businesses it helps to avoid bloat in their expenses when adding new customer or employees;
- for government it prevent leakages like lakhs of ghost teachers on the government payroll;
- for individuals – once you have the Aadhaar, there is now no discrimination about who / what demographic you are;
- wherever you go in India from Kerala to Arunachal Pradesh – you would get the same experience;
- if you had faced a disaster – Aadhaar should allow to get back your identify and eventually life, and much more.
Further state-of-the-art can be made to it, and government needs to provide better education about it and how it should be used. Surely, these will all happen in time, but all in all AADHAAR IS GREAT THING AND GOOD FOR INDIA…
- 13 Feb 2018
Supreme Court has asked for the Love-Jihad issue to be fully investigated in Kerala. People – both youth and others and both educated or not are being radicalized to join Islamic terror groups in India and in the Gulf region. Several youth have been caught.
Thousands have converted to Islam – and police want to verify if voluntary or under extremist threat. Since the current LDF government came to power, nearly 200 opposition party workers or NGOs have been murdered in brought daylight with no end in sight.
Has God’s Own Country become our own Terroristan? How much worse will the situation become?
- 8 Oct 2017
In a major development, the Supreme Court has appointed a retired Supreme Court judge and asked the NIA – National Investigation Agency to probe a handful of Love-Jihad cases. Love-jihad is where Muslim men pursue Hindu, Sikh or Christian women and then convert them into Muslims and then marry them. This is allegedly a soft way to islamize more people. In light of alleged forcible conversion of a Hindu woman, and also after hearing of several other cases in Kerala, the Supreme Court took a big step in probing these alleged cases. Some say that Love-Jihad is a major social issue in several other states, cities and countries. While all are entitled to pursue personal freedoms, forced and induced religions conversions or ‘Love Jihad” to increase the Muslim population are not legally or morally acceptable.
Source: Daily Pioneer
- 17 Aug 2017
While only poor Rahul Gandhi gets blamed, but the common man in India with a lot of common sense will tell you ==> both Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi are responsible for the INCREASING SPEED OF CONGRESS MUKHT BHARAT.
So many reasons:
1) excessive corruption,
2) blatant minority appeasement – look what did and is happening in Karnataka, Kerala, Kashmir, and on and on,
3) out of touch with people,
4) no pride in the country,
5) undemocratic parties with disrespect and near abuse of for party leaders,
6) raking up unrelated old issues, and on and on.
A healthy democracy need a strong, energetic and constructive opposition. The dying Congress, India’s oldest party is certainly not the one to provide that.
Source: Business Standard
- 27 Jul 2017
All Indians should be safe anywhere in India, but SADLY HINDUS INCREASINGLY ARE UNSAFE IN THEIR OWN HINDU MAJORITY COUNTRY. This is happening in Kashmir, now Jammu, Kerala, Chattisgarh, Bengal, Tripura, parts of Assam and others parts of the North-East. Only Hindus are targeted and raped, humiliated, killed and converted. No major newspaper ever covers these things. As Tarun Vijay, a well known parliamentarian said, “the Amarnath pilgrims’ massacre proves once again that the Hindus of India are still paying heavy price for just being a Hindu”.
REALLY SHOCKING !!!
- 12 Jul 2017
Telangana does it again by focusing only on giving top education of minorities. VOTE BANK POLITICS TO THE EXTREME. They spend hundreds and thousands of crores on such things while leaving out the majority. Previous state governments in many states have done this – Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka (currently), Kerala, and the list goes on. Sadly, such lop sided focus has not led to a very educated minorities. At the same time, the majority children don’t receive proper funding or facilities.
Source: The Hindu
- 26 Jun 2017
Sujith a RSS worker was dragged out of his house by a group of 20 men and killed by a wooden plank with nails. The nails were used to tear off Sujith’s skin. In similar gruesome ways reportedly hundreds of RSS and BJP men and some women have tortured and murdered by the CPM the ruling party in Kerala – which seems like organized (and almost like state sponsored) murder of political opponents. Sadly, this is not going to stop and if anything such gruesome events are going to increase, while police under the CPM ruling dispension either looks the other way or slow plays investigation. The only thing one can say in response is the number of workers of RSS and BJP are growing even faster and there is an almost bottomless supply of workers, so these gruesome killings will not be able to eliminate them from the political landscape of Kerala. And, if the government changes, watch out for potential revenge actions?
- 9 May 2017
While India has a low birth rate of twins, Kodinhi, a village in Kerala defies that. On a visit there, it seems like every other person seems to have a twin. In fact the village has over 200 twins – and several of whom are girls. People have tried to find the reasons but none could be found. At least, this is a good thing…
- 23 Jan 2017
Investigators at the wreckage of a recent car bomb blasts in Kerala’s Mallappuram district found pen drive, photo and letter evidence pointing to PM Modi being on the assassination hit list. Police believe Tamil Nadu’s “Al-Ummah” is behind this and their grievance are Dadri, Babri Masjib, etc.
Source: India Today
- 6 Nov 2016
Kerala police have identified and nabbed the killer of the 30 year old Kerala dalit law student Jisha. She was raped and killed on April 28 when she was raped, stabbed nearly 30 times and her private parts ripped open. Police have now identified that Ami ul-Islam of Assam who had moved to Kerala is the killer based on DNA and other findings. So should such killers receive the same punishment and that too without much delay?
Source: Manorama Online
- 18 Jun 2016
Five state assembly results just came out – Assam, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. In general, Congress did very badly recording the lowest vote share. As the elections are behind us now both Congress members and the rest of the country that might still be paying attention is wondering – where will Rahul Gandhi go for vacation next and for how long? Will he take an extended vacation due to the Congress drubbing?
Source: DNA India
- 20 May 2016
PM Modi during the Kerala election campaign compared Somalia to Kerala, a country known for severe starvation and death of many of its children. PM said that infant mortality rate among the scheduled tribe community in Kerala is worse than Somalia? It is not important if one is slightly more than the other, the main point is infant mortality rates in Tribal areas of Kerala is much higher than the rest of the population and compared to a starving country like Somalia is a source of concern. Kerala government need to focus on this issue and take care of its children and citizens. Tribal leader C.M. Janu has endorsed PM’s view.
Source: Manorama Online
- 13 May 2016
A promising young 30 year old Dalit woman in Kerala was raped insider her home, and then tortured and murdered near her home – all this happened in Kerala. She was stabbed 38 times. While this is being investigated, four more cases of rape in Kerala have been reported. The big question is if the streets are not secure for women, and even the house is not secure for girls, where will they go?
Source: Bangalore Mirror
- 7 May 2016
Shri Giriraj Singh, Member of Parliament (from Bihar) recently said that families of every community should be required to limit to 2 child per family. So why is that comment viewed and reported as controversial? In addition to population control leading to a healthier population, his comment should be viewed as a way to protect and preserve the social dynamics of villages, towns and districts. If the religious balance goes haywire, it could cause several problems as is being reported in some areas of West Bengal (Malda and other border districts), or Assam or Kerala.
- 25 Apr 2016
Sujit, a 27 year old RSS worker was hacked to death at his home in front of his aging and partially disabled parents in Kannur district, Kerala allegedly by CPM Marxist party. These areas were once CPM strongholds, but with RSS increasing its presence, some people feel there seems to be nervousness leading to such attacks. For this cold blooded murder in broad daylight, there has been no outrage or outcry by the opportunistic political parties.
Source: Times of India
- 18 Feb 2016