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Scheduled Caste Professor created history in Jamia Millia Islamia

Posted on:  27 May 2016
Dr VEERAMANI.S also called as VEERAPresently professor of international Business and Corporate Laws at Centre for Management Studies, JamiaMilliaIslamia Central University, Government of India. Formerly research scholar at JNU and contested three ti


Scheduled Caste Professor created history in Jamia Millia Islamia

Posted on:  27 May 2016
Dr VEERAMANI.S also called as VEERAPresently professor of international Business and Corporate Laws at Centre for Management Studies, JamiaMilliaIslamia Central University, Government of India. Formerly research scholar at JNU and contested three ti


Russian Svetlana Tulasi,has devoted her life to Kathak

Posted on:  16 May 2015
VIDHYALYA: Svetlana Tulasi, 23, is a half-Indian and half-Russian kathak dancer from Moscow, Russia. She learned kathak from a Russian woman, disciple of one of the most prominent Kathak gurus - Smt. Urmila Nagar of Kathak Kendra University (Delhi,


FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION : Author Perumal Murugan has died': Tamil writer withdraws all published work following protests

Posted on:  10 May 2015
Hindutva groups had burnt one of his novels in December claiming it was too sexually permissive and offended religious sentiments.
A week after the police advised Tamil writer Perumal Murugan to leave his home in Namakkal following protestsby


Savita Jakhar Gandash: ,Painting Life

Posted on:  16 Apr 2015
Savita Jakhar Gandash, an artist with experience of working in India and France. My artistic work extends to Painting, Prints, Installation, Sculpture, Murals, Ceramics, Fibreglass, Metals and Crafts, encompassing virtually every artistic genre. I e


Epoch Making Revolutionary India’s greatest Social Reformer: Jyotiba Phule

Posted on:  11 Apr 2015
विद्या बिन गई मति
मति बिन गई गति
गति बिन गया वित्
वित् बिन चरमराये शुद्र ,
एक अविद्या ने किये
कितने अनर्थ

Upper Caste People threw Stone on him and his Wife, threatened them to death and Rape But even then a


Amos Bronson Alcott

Posted on:  08 Apr 2015
Amos Bronson Alcott (November 29, 1799 – March 4, 1888) was an American writer, philosopher, and educator. He is best remembered for founding a short-lived and unconventional "Temple School" in Boston, as well as the utopian community known as "Frui


Charles-Michel de l'Épée

Posted on:  08 Apr 2015
The Abbé Charles-Michel de l'Épée (November 24, 1712, Versailles - December 23, 1789, Paris) was a philanthropic educator of 18th-century France who has become known as the "Father of the Deaf".
Épée then turned his attention toward charitable


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