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ItemRateNo of Students TotalBooks Distribute Payment Status 
JNV Entrance Books200306000For Students of Nearby Village maily Telgawan
Hindi Vyakaran180305400For Students of Nearby Village maily Telgawan
Hindi – English Translation166304980For Students of Nearby Village maily Telgawan
Lucent Samanya Gyan80302400
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MICR Code: 486002068,
State Bank of India, Vindhya Nagar, Waidhan, Singrauli            

Address for Sending Books directly     NH2/C3, Vindhyanagar, Waidhan,
Singrauli, MP-486885

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Peace of Worship

The Parliament passed the Paces of Worship Act, 1991 which says that the status of religious places as in 1947 will remain.

In 1937, the court had established in the Din Mohd vs. Secretary of State case matter that the premises is a property of Muslim Waqf and Muslims have a right to offer namaz there. The court had also determined how much of the disputed land is mosque’s and temple’s.

Maa Shringar Gauri Sthal in the Kashi Vishwanath temple-Gyanvapi mosque complex.

An Act to prohibit conversion of any place of worship and to provide for the maintenance of the religious character of any place of worship as it existed on the 15th day of August, 1947, and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

Section 3 of the Act bars the conversion, in full or part, of a place of worship of any religious denomination into a place of worship of a different religious denomination — or even a different segment of the same religious denomination.

Section 4(1) declares that the religious character of a place of worship “shall continue to be the same as it existed” on August 15, 1947.

Section 5 stipulates that the Act shall not apply to the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case, and to any suit, appeal or proceeding relating to it.

The law has been challenged on the ground that it bars judicial review, which is a basic feature of the Constitution, imposes an “arbitrary irrational retrospective cutoff date”, and abridges the right to religion of Hindus, Jains, Buddhists and Sikhs.

After the Supreme Court’s unanimous 2019 verdict giving the disputed land in Ayodhya to Hindus, however, the RSS sought to distance itself from demands for similar movements in Varanasi and Mathura.

Responding to specific questions on the issue, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat told reporters: “The Sangh is not associated with any movement, it is associated with human development. Because of a historical backdrop, the Sangh got associated with this (Ramjanmabhoomi) movement as an organisation. It is an exception. Now we will again be associated with human development and this movement will not remain of concern to us.”

Indian Subcontinent Politics

Unprecedented economic crisis in Sri Lanka

No dollars, no access to international markets for finance, record-breaking depreciation of the rupee, spiralling inflation, 13-hour power cuts and shortages of fuel, gas, drugs, milk powder and other essentials.

Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s slide into ignominy has been fast. 

 The Twentieth Amendment to the Constitution, removing all checks and balances on the exercise of presidential power and authority.

His government shrank the tax base and decided to turn agriculture away from chemical to organic fertiliser overnight, resulting in serious disruptions to the food supply.

N.G. Ranga

Gogineni Ranga Nayukulu

he led the historical Ryot Agitation of Andhra in 1933

First General Secretary of All India Kisan Sabha (AIKS)

Kisan Manifesto: released in August 1936,

demanded the abolition of the zamindari system and the cancellation of rural debts

Wrote book “Bapu Blesses” regarding his discussions with Gandhi

Credo of World Peasantry, Economic Organization of Indian Villages and Indian Adult Education Movement

The ghost of Thucydides

Responsibility to Protect (R2P)

Thucydides, a Greek general and historian from the 5th century BC, who superbly chronicled the Peloponnesian Wars between Athens and Sparta.

 The fine print of Thucydides’s narrative rests on the trinity of fear, honour and interest — a framework that fits most of the ongoing conflicts and less-than-war scenarios that seem to be playing out in contemporary times even if they do not conform to his classical rising power vs established power paradigm.

American realist scholar John Mearsheimer — and others like him — suggested in a provocative and Nostradamus-like piece called, ‘Why the Ukraine Crisis is the West’s Fault’ in Foreign Affairs in 2014 that “US and European leaders blundered in attempting to turn Ukraine into a Western stronghold on Russia’s border”