The second episode of ‘Satyamev Jayate’ would be focussing on ‘Child Sexual Abuse‘ as the trailers suggest. We are already seeing the impact of the first episode as many states have already started acting on the same. As they ‘Better late than never’. There are many other issues and stories that our awesome bloggers write every day. Here are some of the best from the Indian Bloggers this week.
- Who: Kiran Kumar S
What: What TV Channels Did Not Inform You In 2002 Gujarat Riots Case
Spicy: Kiran Kumar brings forward facts that must have missed your eye. He points out errors and twisting of facts done in the SIT report. Kiran has a very well researched post here. You can’t afford to miss this.
- Who: Mohan Kumar S
What: Satyamev Jayate: Opportunistic or Responsible?
Spicy: There is no doubt that Satyamev Jayate has raised many questions since its aired. Some asked, do we need a superstar to bring about a change, for the problems everyone is well aware about? Others may question about the fake/true tear in eyes of Aamir. Mohan also has some opinions about SJ. He points out his views right from when the trailers were doing the rounds, to what suggestions he has, or what he was expecting the show to reflect. Read on.
- Who: Gaurav Sabnis
What: Why EPL is Soccer and not Football: The Definitive Answer
Spicy: Q: Why can’t soccer fans in India change the fate of the game in their own country? A: They’re just taken in by the aura surrounding the brands that European soccer has managed to cultivate and export. People who follow ‘football’ and ‘soccer’ will be intrigued with this post, and for others, this will be a gripping informative read.
- Who: Bhuwan Chand
What: HAPPY BIRTHDAY MANTO… ARTISTS NEVER DIE
Spicy: Did you know about Saadat Hasan Manto? He was a short story writer of Kashmiri heritage. He died at the young age of 42. During partition in 1947, he migrated to Lahore from Bombay. He has written many short stories, which has been savored by the literary fans and followers. Know more about him here.
- Who: Tanmay Satapathy
What: Changing Faces of Primary Education
Spicy: Would you send your kid to a government school? A question posed by Tanmay in this post, raises many eyebrows. 95% of kids in government schools are from poor and marginalised sections of the society. The richer sections of the society prefer spending lakhs of rupees in other English private schools. Do you feel the discrimination is fair? State your reasons by commenting on his post.
- Who: Equateall
What: The game behind the scenes for electing the President
Spicy: The expectation of millions of common citizens of India is that we need a taint free person as the next President of India, says Equateall. Were you happy with Pratibha Patil’s work as a President? What are your views? Read this post and do leave your comments.
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