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Sep 17th: Telangana’s tryst with India’s fate

September 17 is the day on which new history unfolded in Telangana. Shockingly, describing this day has now turned into a matter of serious political riffraff-stirring. However, it is surely a day of re-dedication for the general population of Telangana. Each pleased and energetic Indian in Telangana ought to commend it at any rate Sep 17th as a day of Telangana's tryst with India's fate.

Youth Congress members lathicharged

Indian Youth Congress (IYC) members protesting against the surge in fuel prices have been lathi-charged by the police in New Delhi today. Many of the protesters including Keshav Chand Yadav, National President, IYC, srinivas BV, Vice President, IYC were injured during the lathi-charge.

What to expect in the USA after leaving India for higher education

Self-help and independent research to dig up information becomes a ritual in the American life. The society is ingrained with values of being independent and the associated self-respect that is derived from getting works promptly in an efficient society of the first-world. Timeliness becomes yet another alien habit to master for people from the country of chalta hai.

Welfare schemes in Telangana – A tale of unfulfilled promises

A quick study of the budgets and audit reports of Telangana makes it clear that the poll promises made by TRS government for welfare of the people - Fees reimbursement for students, Martyrs in Telangana movement,  SC, ST, BC and Minorities welfare - have been tall claims that remain largely unfulfilled. The alacrity with which funds are allocated during the budgets when wide publicity is given to government schemes is absent when the actual implementation happens. Not only is the allocation of funds for the welfare much lower than the election promises made by TRS, but also utilization of funds allocated is dismal.