Sunday, October 2, 2011

Use your vote, and talk against corruption

Yes, you heard right .., You have right to talk against corruption if u use your vote, else you don't have.

We are the young people with  51 percent in 1.21 billion people (2011) raise slogans , talk much time against corruption/politicians and even go on to support good people who are active/always to awake youth.

But we don't utilize our vote, even (now everywhere people - mostly ) are educated and doesn't  vote. These people don't have any right to talk against corruption. we are making ourselves fools without voting in elections.

Get the power of voting.

Get out of the stupidity, ignorance and look the strength we have if we all vote(we are 51%), we are the future of our nation.

Q &A:
1. If u lost your Voter card, go to nearest e-Seva centre and ask for duplicate voter card. Carry your address proof( Ration card, or equivalent ...) and tell them your voter card ID number too.
Get your voter card from respective state election commission sites. Select your constituency and it gives all available names, and note down your voter card number.

2. These years our election commission is giving good opportunity like you can directly vote without voter id but showing some proofs at voting center.

3. Before every elections, election commission will provide a drive to enroll/get a new voter cards for both new voters or missed names, or lost cards.

Use your voting rights and save our own nation.

Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake
From Gitanjali (1912): Ravindranath Tagore

Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high
Where knowledge is free
Where the world has not been broken up into fragments
By narrow domestic walls
Where words come out from the depth of truth
Where tireless striving stretches its arms towards perfection
Where the clear stream of reason has not lost its way
Into the dreary desert sand of dead habit
Where the mind is led forward by thee
Into ever-widening thought and action
Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake.

Jai Bharatha matha. Jai

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Don't we realize that our ethical values fading with our manners?

My neighbor who worked(retired now) in a and is 50 at age now said that nearly 20 years back, uneducated people give so much respect to educated people, and that time educated people are very much strict in following good discipline or behavior.

Now time changes most(50% above) of people getting educated and getting graduate/master/post graduate degrees, and lacks discipline and behavior in social life. Most of the people from corporate companies claiming that people are lack of skills and good discipline.

Bribing system : With these type people sans manners or behavior or what ever that comes in the name discipline want their work to be done with higher priority and with no patience are encouraging bribe takers. Its we people encouraging bribing for our work to be done fast.

Our educations institutes give good educations sans good discipline/behavior. There is a famous idiom in Telugu language, saying "Mokkai vanganidi manai vanguna"( If we can't a bend of a small plant to proper way , never to be bended as tree).

In cities/towns, all are educated(mostly). but everywhere people behave in bad manner. In local trains or buses, or even when going by lifts in office premises also, people throng for moving fast and ignoring out coming people and baring at other service seekers.

In old times we are very much famous for our honest and behavior, don't we realize that our ethical values fading with our manners?


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