Rekha Das is a well known face in fashion industry who was born and brought up in Guwahati’s “Pragjyotishpura” meaning “city of eastern light”. She has completed her Masters from Guwahati University and B.Ed from Delhi University. She is an educationist by profession in Army school. As said “not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love”. Here is the person Rekha das who proved this true. Love and care for societies and helping people to solve and cope their problems make her social worker. She is the General Secretary of Bharatiya Samta Samaj. She has done many fashion shows, beauty pageants and judgment of many shows. She had won the titles like MRS. INDIA GLOBAL INTERNATIONAL-2017 and has been selected to represent India in the
Eve teasing has become so normal in our society that even women tend to take it normally. Abuse, that differs in levels like from apparently “ oops, sorry” touch to fatal rapes is taken on a ride by many as the law drags the victim to still more apathetic stages. Leave alone the case of metaphysical abuse. The Google’s recent trend, the short film from Kochi – Sorry- challenges the unconventional ideas and fallacies of the society. Though the movie starts with a happy connotation of brother –sister relationship, it takes us through fretfulness in the middle and leaves us on a ‘sorry’ note at the end. Directed by Benjith Baby, the film casts Mathukutty, Benjith Baby, Nayana Anil, Aneesha Ummer and Anto James in the central characters. Mathukutty and Benjith needs a special men
-Ben Geoffrey Marriage in the ancient world was vastly different from the modern world in the way I shall demonstrate in this following article. In a day and age where many marriages/relationships are failing and marriage being redefined in many ways I think it is now necessary that we clearly think about these issues and make a clear future road map. Now I’m going to put in a quote here by Plato from his works ‘Laws’. The context here is Plato is talking about the Laws that an ideal state should legislate and concerning marriage he finally says “Let there be one word concerning all marriages:–Every man shall follow, not after the marriage which is most pleasing to himself, but after that which is most beneficial to the state.” This statement would be extremely unwelcome in the mod
-Padmavathy Manoharan Parenting a kid these days has become a tough row to hoe and neither the parents nor the children can be claimed to accept the whole blame. They both will have to share the inculpation of the fact that today's kids are being spoiled blindly. Rapid growing technologies also share equal responsibility for screwing up the children. Parents today never say the word “No” to their children. The parents who have very less time to spend for their children, want their children to have everything they ask for, so that they will be showcased as economically strong to the society. They never want their children to wait to get something they've asked for. Those days, parents used to buy gifts for their children for achieving great tasks like scoring first rank in class o
-Sharon Susan Koshy In India, discrimination against women is two-fold, sometimes, three-fold. Her identity against which discrimination is prevalent comes along with factors like caste, religion, and language, besides their gender. Individualists and egalitarians' focus on an appeal against freedom constraints tend to be concentrated on a big pot of issues which more or less tend to be related to in terms of the self. Feminists look at discriminatory charges and issues with the collective gender-lens which makes the matter close to heart as opposed to reacting against every case of violation of individual freedom. In almost all cases, it is not one particular kind of discrimination at play, but shades and colors of several others. This intersectionality that Hill Collins ...
- Ben Geoffrey Protasis – misunderstandings of the role of education in human prosperity. The masses seem to think education is a way to a better life. So having associated economic prosperity directly to education, the goal seems to be some how become a graduate. Since the end of education has been defined as getting a degree, route learning has replaced meaningful learning as popular quick means to attain this end. But knowledge gained through rote learning if it is to be called knowledge at all becomes useless in applying the knowledge intelligibly to solve real world problems(Mayer, Richard E. “Rote versus meaningful learning.” Theory into practice 41.4 (2002): 226-232.) This public disposition is reflected in our(India) spending 3.3% of GDP(in 2012) on education while only 0.8%