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Taking cue from the idea given by@ezsasa and which was already brewing in my mind, am using the liberty to create this thread where we could exclusively post and share our findings of updates and information that we derive from social media platforms like facebook, twitter, other forums/portals, etc. let's now keep the similar threads like 'Indian Media Watch', 'The Secular Tweet Digest', 'Political Galli Gossip', etc. specifically for their purposes (posting updates from Indian Media/tweets of the seculars/misc. political updates, respectively), else it was becoming a mish-mash and confusing to think before posting on where to post and what. here we can post our funny, serious, revealing, etc. findings from the SM. again, credit goes to @ezsasa for suggesting the idea. thanks to him!

P.S. - if mods find it not necessary, they could delete or merge this thread with any other (though please give a consideration to the above prior doing so), or make it a sticky.

so let me do the honours by posting a piously peaceful picture

 

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some of you may find this humorous. i find it lacking in the one very basic premise of being 'non-violent' as understood in the case of a nation, esp. ours.
 

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Uniform/Common Civil Code, as it's known as, would unify India's personal laws that govern matters such as marriage, divorce, maintenance, adoption and inherita...nce - drawing upon the best traditions and harmonizing them with the modern times.
Lack of this law is one of the prime reasons behind India's unstoppable population, especially in past three decades. While the majority community has strictly adhered to a very small family (Hum do hamare do), members of a particular community are allowed polygamy and very large families as a result.

Why was this law applied only on the majority community is the question Nehru never answered. Here is the conversation between Nehru and Mr. More in the parliament when Nehru was applying a Civil Code for majority community alone :-

Nehru declared: “Well, I should like a Civil Code which applies to EVERYBODY but…”
Shri More: “What hinders?”
Nehru: “Wisdom hinders.”
Shri More: “Not wisdom, but reaction hinders.”
Nehru: “The Honourable Member is perfectly entitled to his view on the subject.

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Article 44 of the Indian Constitution enshrines the directive principle that the state shall endeavor to secure for the citizens a uniform Civil Code throughout the territory of India.
A uniform civil code means that all citizens of India have to follow the same laws irrespective of their religion. It's therefore the cornerstone of the fabric of modern secular society.

The non-implementation of the provision contained in Article 44 amounts to a grave failure of Indian democracy and the sooner we take suitable action in the matter the better.
 

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Looks like doval is also being trolled :troll:
what does this refer to?

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check this - Ajit Doval's letter to the Govt's Cabinet Secretary, that NDTV is leaking out Indian Forces' secrets

 

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what does this refer to?

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check this - Ajit Doval's letter to the Govt's Cabinet Secretary, that NDTV is leaking out Indian Forces' secrets

The tweet from prabhu chawla is not visible somehow in my original post, anyways pasting his tweet below:

Prabhu Chawla@PrabhuChawla
Heard in South Block: Those who lost out to @Ajit_Doval for NSA job, are now camping in New Delhi and feeding journos against Doval.
 

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