Recently I came across a video on one of the social media sites where a person who allegedly tried to steal a vehicle was being beaten senseless by an angry mob. I get that he tried to steal but what I didn’t get was how the mob could beat him in the most horrific brutal manner, kicking him in the face, beating him bloody. Perhaps a mob really has no mind. Or perhaps we as a people have become heartless, empathy having departed a long time ago?

(Contd from yesterday)
How can we respect ourselves if we all owcorruption, thievery, and oppression right at the base of the pyramid? We must destroy this oppressive pedagogical model that intimidates and corrupts the students from the outset. Instead, we must allow our youth to cultivate self-assurance, encourage them to intellectually challenge ideasin and out of the classroom, including their own teachers’, inspire them to inculcate inquisitive minds, and develop critical thinking. Because here is the truth: Oppression begins in the classroom.

The real women empowerment will come when we stop empowering them. The best way of giving space and priviledge for them is to stop talking about these things. This must be hard but let me throw this, “They are perfect human beings not retards.” 99.9% of the women don’t like boys helping them, because it’s not just a help but marking that women are weaker than men. If you women think that women and men have equal rights then stop shouting the slogan that, “Men and women should have equal rights.” If it should have then it had not been having but in my opinion we have been having equal rights until you said you want to have an equal right.

In 1962, US President John F. Kennedy welcomed a group of forty-nine Nobel laureates to the White Housesaying:”I think this is the most extraordinary collection of talent, of human knowledge, that has ever been gathered at the White House, with the possible exception of when Thomas Jefferson dined alone.”Thomas Jefferson was a Founding Father of America and the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, whose revolutionary ideals literally shook the world,and brought down Empiresto their knees.

Eating seasonal fruits can add natural glow to your skin .If you love to eat fruits then getting beautiful and glowing skin would be easy for you by fighting skin imperfections .  Fruits gives radiant skin and  also a healthy body .Try fruits if your skin has lost its sheen rather than lathering too many creams and cosmetics

With the passing away of Shangwang Shangyung Khaplang, in Nagaland the baton now passes on to a new generation of rebel leaders. For the first time, the control of the NSCN-K is with an indigenous Konyak. Elders like TH Muivah, the last of the old tribe, can help to leave a legacy of reconciliation for future generations.

Introduction :
Sons and daughters are a mother’s and father’s heritage but above all they are a heritage from the Lord.  These children of ours are only ours (or were if they’re grown) for a time but ultimately they belong to God as they are “a reward from him.”  Children are a gift of God.  When Esau saw Jacob’s children he asked whose they were and Jacob wisely said that they were “The children whom God has graciously given your servant”. If chidren are a blessing, then I think, they should also be thankful to their Fathers on this special day.

There is significant economic evidence that the Great Depression might have been avoided but for the “panic” that swept over the country (and the world) after the 1929 stock market crash. What should have been no more than a deep recession altered our world forever because of the prevailing “thoughts of doubt and fear.”

Since football was introduced to the people of Manipur during the fag end of the nineteenth century (by the colonial British), there is no dearth of football fan and football lover/players in Manipur. Many footballers from this hinterland have achieved their goals of becoming successful national as well as international football players who have made football as their career.

Kherepe Meme gestures with her hand animatedly. She vividly remembers and describes the Great Assam Earthquake of 1950. The epicentre of this 8.6 magnitude earthquake was in eastern Tibet along the Sino-Indian border, a few hundred kilometres from Kebali, Meme’s home for about 80 years, the whole of her life. Kebali is one of the many remote villages located near Roing, the main city of the Lower Dibang Valley district in eastern Arunachal Pradesh, about 2,500 km from New Delhi, and the furthest of India’s north-eastern states. Kherepe Meme was a young girl at the time of the earthquake, but still recalls how the earth shook violently, as if it was the end of the world.