समय को इस सृष्टि की सबसे अनुपम और बलवती वस्तु माना गया है। जब समय यानी वक्त बदलता है तो इंसान को राजा से रंक और रंक से राजा बना देता है। इसके कहर से बड़े-बड़े राजा-महाराजा तक घबराते हैं।
The unprovoked yet violent attacks recently carried on a team of doctors and paramedics on duty in Indore and other places in the country must be condemned by all quarters in the strongest possible words. Furthermore, to set a precedent and send across a strong message, a quick and stringent action on part of the government must be taken against those erring hoodlums.
Nations around the world, and for that matter, entire humanity is going through the dreadful impact of COVID-19 syndrome. Challenges thrown by Corona are many and resources are limited. Panic amongst human beings under the sun is growing although the governments are taking adequate measures to contain this pandemic disease.
The diabolic Corona virus is creating havoc all around the world. Nations hit by this pandemic infection have declared lock downs to save the lives of their countrymen. Every human being under the sun is virtually imprisoned or caged and only birds are flying in the sky!
प्रसिद्ध कूट-नीतिज्ञ चाणक्य का कथन है कि राजा का यह कर्त्तव्य बनता है कि वह अपने राज्य में प्रजा के जीवन और सम्पत्ति की रक्षा करे। राजा से यह भी अपेक्षा की जाती है कि तमाम सामाजिक संकटों में अपनी प्रजा की वह रक्षा करे। यही नहीं राजा को अपनी प्रजा की अकाल, बाढ़, महामारी आदि में समुचित रक्षा-व्यवस्था करनी चाहिए।
World Health Organization (WHO) has declared coronavirus (COVID-19) a ‘pandemic’ as it has spread in more than 170 countries and it is affecting every sector and individuals.
Millions, Billions, Trillions
I know not.
French kiss or Indian hugs,
I know not.
Social contacts, HIV or cancer,
I know not.
Party food, roast dog meat, or fried bacon,
I know not.
I am not Celia’s Song of Jonson,
Or Dickinson’s sandal table,
I am free and bold,
Walk in hot or cold,
In Chapel, Mosque, Temple,
Gurudwara or be it Synagogue.
Any time all time
On the lock of your iron shell,
Wherein lies heaps of pearls,
Diamonds and gold,
Dipped in human blood,
I live there in the squeezed hands
Of Prince and Princess, and
Shine brightly on the clanks of wine glasses
In the hands of State Heads.
I live on the red lips of Miss Universe,
I live on cherry chins of Mistress
In her brass bed of passion of the cozy home,
I am there.
Fight me if you dare,
I have put my signature as:
‘The World is closed today’
I am out and walk proudly,
Fearless Patriarch not to be seen
And you all imprisoned in your egg shell.
It’s I: your Corona micro baby.
Now out from the punctured pink balloon,
That was thrown on the silky road of Wuhan.
I am spiky and colorless from the colored;
Rose up from a sharp and shiny nails of mortal beauty
And danced in the eyes of Maneka.
How poor that man gazing out from the window
As turtle walks shaking head
To see the clear blue sky.
‘Get in… I the COVID command you.
Don’t you see__
I am speechless,
But not hopeless and hapless
At any boundary of The Great Wall of China.
I did mine. Now you do yours.
I am not the furious fire of Amazon,
I am not high tides in the ocean of Tokyo,
I am not the deep earth crack of Latoor,
And the Hurricanes of America.
You all sleep in silence and buzz not of me
That has fallen as broken star on your earth planet.
I am your own COVID.
Madani Mohiuddin Ahmad
King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA
In the wake of the Delhi riots (Feb. 23-25, 2020), tension or mistrust between the Hindus and the Muslims was bound to rise. At the same time, however, scores of people on both sides were willing to throw themselves into the charged atmosphere to calm the situation. The need of the hour is to salute them on behalf of the nation, bring them together and empower them for the sake of peace and harmony in the community and the country.
As a child, I went to a village school where the students from different castes, creeds and religions were seated and taught together under the same roof without any discrimination. In class six, my first teacher of English, Md Ali, popularly known as Maulavi Saheb who taught me the ABC of English was from the Muslim community.
Many learned people have been quick to draw parallels between the riots of Feb 2020 and the anti-Sikh pogrom of Oct 1984. The comparison may appear to be ludicrous. However, observers with perspective and experience cannot be stopped from making relative assessments of the two tragic incidents. Both of them took place in the national capital of Delhi.
Although, Uttarakhand has given India a number of personalities whose contributions are well noted, yet among them, four highly notable, daring personalities and “jewels” from contemporary Uttarakhand State have been playing key roles in shaping the new India under Modi's leadership. General Rawat, CM Yogi, NSA Doval and former RAW Chief Dhasmana are those personalities. In fact, they are really international personalities.
Do the Biharis (along with other Purvanchalis) really matter in the Delhi Elections to be held on 8 February 2020? Can they tip the electoral balance? What will be the overall result? Here is a brief outline of the electoral scene.
It’s a matter of great pride for the people of Bihar that Jagat Prakash Nadda, a former resident of Patna has taken over the reins of the leadership of the national ruling (political) party, the BJP. An alumnus of Patna University, he actively participated in the 1974 Bihar movement. It’s there, he first honed in on his leadership abilities.