Furtherance for the cause of Social Justice

 

Hon’ble Members of Parliament V.P.Nishad, Bandaru Dattatreya – Minister, Labour and employment, Santhosh Gangwar – Minister, Parliament Affairs and Textiles, V. Hanumantha Rao, Chairman of the Forum, Hukum Dev Narayan Dev,Ram Kripal Yadav – Minister, Drinking Water and Sanitation and Ali Anwar on the dais New Delhi – 17th March 2015

The manifestation of social justice in the form of affirmative action to the socially and educationally backward class people is yet to reach its fullest score on its implementation in the areas of education and employment where their representation remains inadequate.

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IS ATHEISM, AN OFFENCE PUNISHABLE?

Dr. Palany Arangasamy

If free thinking and rationalism cannot have their own way of deliberating and debating the virtues of secular humanism in a country, there the principle of atheism is a punishable offence. The section 295 (A) of the Indian Penal Code known as India’s blasphemy law imposes anything malicious against religion is punishable with a maximum of three years imprisonment and fine.

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‘Politics and religious ideology should not intrude into science’

Noble laureate Venkatraman (Venki) Ramakrishnan has been chosen as the President of the Royal Society, London. Dr. Ramakrishnan is the first Indiaborn scientist to be elected President of the Royal Society. Royal society of London has a long tradition of illustrious Indian Fellows with it starting with Ardaseer Cursetjee, a Parsee engineer and industrialists who became a Fellow in 1841.

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