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Nationalism is the love for one’s country.  It is the feeling of belongingness to the land one is born on.  It also implies the duties of a person towards his native land and fact that he must be a part of the growth and development of his native land, without which his life is a waste.  It is the feeling of nationalism that inculcates in a person, the feelings of sacrifice.  A citizen of a country should not forget that his country, his native land that has fed him food and water, provided the basic amenities and opportunities for learning.  Feelings of nationalism have been existent at all times of human civilization.  The way we are deeply attached to our homes even after the many difficulties we face in our everyday lives, similarly the attachment to our native land is always deep seated within our hearts.  We all stand in respect to our National Anthem. We cheer the Indian cricket team at respect to our National Anthem. We cheer the Indian cricket team at the World Cup.  We eagerly await the discussion the Prime Minister and our President holds with foreign leaders and delegates.  We read the morning newspapers day in and the day out for years, just to keep a track of the events being caused in our country.

 

Love for one’s country is above all the attractions of the world.  Personal and materialistic gains hold no value before it.  It is t6he moral responsibility of every citizen of the country to contribute his best to the development and prosperity of his country.  Today our country is facing some of the worst global challenges. Even within the country some of the institutions like police force and others need to be taken to task.  All those tasks and responsibilities can be fulfilled only with the active participation and awareness of the citizen of the country.  Accidents are believed to be the curse of Gods. They befall all of a sudden when none is preconscious.  Their suddenness does much loss and devastation.  People are very much afraid of them. A house that catches a sudden fire is also one of them.  It ruins families and seldom takes several.  Lives nothing is left but ashes.  Even the rich are made pauper.  Such a happening, I had to see last night the sight of which is still fresh in my mind.

It was about midnight. I was in sound sleep in my room.  I was having a dream where my mother was calling me loudly to open the door.  In the middle of the dream, I got up half consciously and found that my mother was actually knocking at the door and calling me, out of the room.  I opened the door and came out to my mother who told me that a big kothi in the neighborhood was on fire.  I was left with no time and instantly rushed to the spot where I saw the Kothi enveloped in high flames.  A big crowed of the neighbouors and the on fire.  I was left with no time and instantly rushed to the spot where

In a related area, never give account numbers, passwords, or other sensitive personal information in reply to envy e-mail.  Such information should only be entered on secure web sites.  Internet service providers, banks, stock broker and the like do not ask personal information to be sent by a mail.  The second piece of defensive software that everybody should have is a firewall.  Firewall keeps uninvited from the internet from accessing your computer try to make internet connections.  Unless they had a broadband internet connection.  I used to tell people that they probable did not need a firewall.  Hacking has reached the point where everyone, everyone, even those with dial-up connections, needs a firewall.  MY firewall keeps a log of attempts to probe my computer.

The Five K’s : Following Five Symbols were prescribed for the Khalsa :

  1. Kesh: The Khalsas were to wear their hair and beard unshorn. A Sikh should treat his hair as a gift from God himself.  It is His trust.  To keep this God-given form intact is the first and foremost duty of a Sikh.  The hair is a symbol of faith and keeping long hair confirms a Sikh’s belief in the acceptance of God’s Will and teaches him humility and acceptance.
  2. Kanga: The Khalsas were to carry a comb in the hair to keep it tidy. They use a small wooden comb because it can be worn easily in the hair all the time. Apart from its practical utility, a comb is clearly a symbol of cleanliness. Just as a comb helps to remove the tangles and cleans the hair, similiarly a Sikh is reminded to get rid of any impurities of thought by repeating ‘Nam” (God’s name) in his mind.
  3. Kachha: The Khalsas were to wear a knee-length pair of breeches. This is special, slightly longer type of underwear and is symbolic of continence and a high moral character.
  4. Karra: The Khalsas were to carry a bracelet (karra). It is a special iron bracelet which is worn on the right hand wrist like a wedding ring which signifies a bond between the two people. The Karra is the Guru’s own symbolic ring to all his Sikhs signifying their unbreakable link or bond with the Guru as well as among themselves, belonging to the brotherhood of Khalsa.
  5. Kirpan: The Khalsas were to be ever armed with a sword. However, the Sikhs call it the Kirpan. Kirpan comes from the word “Kirpa” and “Aan”. Kirpan means an act of kindness, a favour; and defence. Thus for Sikhs, Kirpan is the symbol of power and freedom of spirit. All baptized Sikhs should wear a short of Kirpan.

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu Presented Chhatra Vishwakarma Awards and SAGY Awards

Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu Presented Chhatra Vishwakarma Awards and SAGY Awards

The Vice President of India M. Venkaiah Naidupresented the 2nd Chhatra Vishwakarma Awards to students and their mentors andSansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY) Awards to institutions at an event organized by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) in New Delhi.

Chhatra Vishwakarma Awards –

The ChhatraVishwakarma Awards are inspired by the spirit of engineering and creation patronized by Lord Vishwakarma, the ruling deity of construction practices in India. The projects presented by the team, were assessed by eminent jury of domain experts and following teams/institutions are awarded 1st position in the following categories:

Sl. No.

CategoryWinner

1.

Any other Rural Appropriate Technologies

Army Institute of Technology, Maharashtra

2.Education, Skill Initiative & Startups

Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology, Telangana

3.

Rural Craft & Livelihood, Rural Infrastructure, Tourism

Sri Venkateswara College of Engineering, Andhra Pradesh

4.

Agriculture & Food

Sri Krishna College of Technology, Tamil Nadu

5.

Water & Irrigation

Aditya Engineering College, Andhra Pradesh

6.

Sanitation & Solid Liquid Waste Management

Kalasalingam Academy of Research and Education, Tamil Nadu

Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY) Awards –

Sansad Adarsh GramYojana (SAGY) was launched in October 2014 with the aim to translate the comprehensive vision of Mahatma Gandhi of an ideal Indian village. Under the scheme, Member of Parliament adopted Gram Panchayats for its holistic progress.

The entries were scrutinized at different stages and judged by a jury of eminent experts in the field. Out of the 24 shortlisted applications, the following institutions were recommended for the Awards:

Sl. No.

Name of the InstitutionAward/Rank

1.

College of Technology and Engineering, Udaipur, Rajasthan1st2.Seethi Sahib Memorial Polytechnic College, Tirur, Kerala

2nd

3.Indian Institute of Food Processing Technology, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu

3rd

111th birth anniversary of Soviet physicist Lev Landau

Landau was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1962 for his research into liquid helium’s behaviour at extremely low temperatures

 

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Born in Baku in present-day Azerbaijan on January 22, 1908, the precocious Landau started college well before his peers. At 19, he graduated from the Physical Department of Leningrad University, and started his career at the Leningrad Physico-Technical Institute. He completed his PhD at 21, earned a Rockefeller Foundation Fellow, which allowed him to work abroad, in Germany, Switzerland, England and, Copenhagen where he worked under Niels Bohr, who was known for his work in quantum theory.