Swami Vivekananda and His Vision of True religion

By: Barnali Bose, Editor-ICN World KOLKATA: Today, as we celebrate the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, it is my sincere endeavour to present before the readers, glimpses from the great missionary’s life. Vivekananda’s full name was Narendra Nath Dutta but he was Naren to those who knew him since childhood.It is worth mentioning that his physical life of a mere span of 39 years is in sharp contrast to the scope of his achievements, perhaps unsurpassed by any other. It is indubitably wishful thinking to be able to portray even…

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ICN World : The Planting Of Green Revolution On Rouheli Soil

LUCKNOW: December 27, 2020, The power of self-reliance was recognized by India in the Corona Transition period but the ICN Media Group was already realizing its magic on a global scale.  To deliver this magic of self-reliance to world, the  wonderful, self proven and the most sensitive people, through the platform of ICN under its  ‘Rural Entrepreneurship Mission in Dr. Norman Borlaug genre, have been spreading the message of self-reliance and prosperity. Its first lamp lit internationally in Thailand, the second in Vietnam and the third in Germany. In the…

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SJVN allocated 501 MW Hydro Projects in Chenab Basin by Government of Himachal

By: Vijay Kumar Verma, Group Editor-ICN World SHIMLA: The Cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Himachal Pradesh Jai Ram Thakur has allocated 104 MW Tandi, 130 MW Rashil and 267 MW Sach Khas Hydro Electric Projects on the Chenab Basin in Himachal Pradesh to public sector  SJVN Limited. The company is already developing three Projects viz 430 MW Reoli Dugli, 210 MW Purthi & 138 MW Bardang Hydro Electric Projects in Chenab Basin. With allocation of these three Projects SJVN now has six Projects with a total capacity of 1279 MW…

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Knock, Knock: Beware! ‘The Bad Santa’- Krampus might be at your doorstep this Christmas Eve

By: Barnali Bose, Editor-ICN World An Alpine Legendary Bad Santa that horrifies children and amuses grown-ups KOLKATA : Worldwide, every year in  December, children excitedly  track the countdown to the visit of the traditional wish granter, Santa Claus,as he is popularly known. Our good old white- bearded St. Nicholas,the hero of children who traverses the four corners of the globe in a jiffy, riding his majestic reindeer-drawn sleigh is a delight for the young and old. But,in Austria, on Christmas, beware lest you meet Krampus, ‘the Christmas Devil’ who is an Anti-hero…

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Media in India : How to Face the Challenge of Credibility Crisis

By: Prof Pradeep Mathur NEW DELHI: India is a vast country which is home to different castes, creeds, and communities with their different traditions and ways of life. This diversity defines India’s socio-cultural structure and political super-structure which is the subject matter of media content writing. The media content   concerning issues of governance and development  is now a matter of intense debate  as concerns are being expressed by all stakeholders about declining standards and professional ethics of  journalism in our country. To address the issue let us have a look…

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EVEN MSP ON FOODGRAINS IS NO GUARANTEE OF FARMERS GETTING THE PRICE

By: Vijay Kumar Verma, Group Editor-ICN World SHIMLA: The Kisan Dharna continues with farmers having refused all the amendments proposed by them and accepted by the union government. They are apprehensive of not getting MSP on their produce after enactment of the three Agriculture Bills. The opposition parties mainly the congress has been fuelling the agitation on various aspects of APMC and MSP. Not long ago, in September 2020, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) chaired by the Prime Minister had approved the increase in the Minimum Support Prices (MSPs)…

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IS THE GOVERNMENT GETTING PUSHED AGAINST THE WALL BY THE COUNTRY’S LARGEST VOTE BANK?

By: Vijay Kumar Verma, Group Editor-ICN World SHIMLA: The response of Kisan unions to the amendments proposed to the three Agriculture Bills by the union government has been on the expected lines. It clearly indicates that If not in physical presence, the mindset of opposition parties appears to have creeped into the decisions of Kisan Unions or they were perhaps toeing the lines of opposition parties who too had made a similar representation to the President of India. Nothing short of withdrawal of the three “Black” Agriculture Bills is what the…

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BLACKENING OF AGRICULTURAL BILLS

By: Vijay Kumar Verma, Group Editor-ICN World SHIMLA: Thousands of farmers from various north Indian states are out to seize the national capital Delhi in order to pressurize the central government withdraw the three agricultural bills enacted earlier this year. Behind the government’s intentions to help the farmers come out of the shackles of commission agents turned money lenders by giving them freedom to sell their produce at better rates anywhere in the country, the misguided lot sees hidden agenda of the government to benefit large business houses take control over…

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Farmers’ Agitation : BJP Govt. in Catch 22 Situation

By: Prof. Pradeep Mathur NEW DELHI: The on-going kisan agitation is arguably the toughest test  the Modi government is facing in its over six and a half years in office so far. Like all governments in the past it has faced opposition to several of its policy  decisions and has seen protests and agitations against such decisions. Some of its decisions like demonetisation, GST and labour reforms  have been pretty controversial and were  hotly contested by its opponents. But the government  not only successfully  defended  such decisions but was also  able…

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ICN World : Seeds Of Green Revolution In Bundelkhand Soil

BANDA, 29.11.2020.History of the land of Bundelkhand, which has grown the martyr’s crop in the shape of Alha Udal and Rani Laxmi Bai and many more from time to time, had never experienced the reproductive pleasure of greenery like that of its neighboring provinces. India enjoyed only infinite grace on its face to suppress the enemy and the fierce and power in its huge arms that terrorize the enemy but it never looked at its weakened stomach out of continuous hunger and starvation. Neither the central Government ever placed it…

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