The modernization of daily life has changed the society that we live in to a great extent, but there is something about old traditions and beliefs that compels us to follow them.
The debate then finally boils down to the point where we need to question whether we are allowing religion to influence and affect our governance and laws, depleting the other tenets of personal liberty that those against the Uniform Civil Code stand for.
Inconsistent, Ineffective & Dated, Our Education System Needs Change writes our Managing Director and contributor Vaibhav Saklani.
“The fight for corruption begins with each individual fighting corruption within them. Because the problem is so deeply ingrained into the system…” Rajpal Kharola, Congress leader from Rishikesh, provides his answers to tackle corruption at a local level.
“Our Education system has its origin in the colonial era. As a system, we have failed to preserve the essence, keep pace with the times and be tolerant towards change.” Teachers speak on the prevalent dysfunctional education system in Rishikesh.
“Corruption is a grave issue in today’s day and age, and I believe that, in our country corruption trickles down from the top to the bottom. Moreover, corruption is nothing new in our country; it has been around for a long time.” Local MLA Premchand Aggarwal shares his views on how can corruption be fought on a local level.
Managing Director and contributor Vaibhav Saklani writes about the philosophy behind The Good Chronicle newspaper.