In the current era of 3G, the films occupy an underlying character which is be impersonated in the daily walks of life. ‘Taray Zameen Per' starring Darsheel Sarfary and Aamir Khan, compelled many parents to question the current educational system, Rang De Bansathi instigated a new mode of peaceful protest against the injustice and movies like Chak De India made us feel proud to be an Indian. The younger generation updates their looks by replicating the looks of the actors in movies.
The recent riots in Dhule, Maharashtra, which resulted in the death of six persons of the minority community, reflect the changing nature of communal violence in the country, human rights activist Ram Puniyani said here on Tuesday. “It shows the communalisation of the State machinery. The police launched an inhuman, one-sided attack on the members of the minority community,” he said at a press conference here.
06 December, 2012: On 7 November 2012 as the sun set to retreat from the Naikkankottai sky the world of Dalits symbolizing their toil of years, sacrifice, and aspirations was reduced to rubble and ashes by a marauding mob of the caste Hindus within hours.
Jaipur: On behalf of Popular Front of India, I convey best wishes and thanks to thousands of sisters and brothers who have gathered here from different parts of Rajasthan. In the Name of Allah, the Almighty, the Most Merciful, I declare open this historic event in this historic city of Jaipur.
Aung San Suu Kyi has chosen the path of constructive realism to achieve democracy in Myanmar.she has neither condemned the recent incidents of rioting in the Rakhine, in which the Rohingya suffered the most, nor spoken out against Myanmar’s institutionalised discrimination against the community.