Answer - by Devender Mishra
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Devender Mishra, Just want to be Devender Mishra
Answered 2 weeks ago
Political donations are anonymous for the protection of donors, not for political parties. Suppose, if they are not anonymous. Then, in this case, each political parties know that who did not donate ... read more
Answer - by Pritesh Pawar
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Pritesh Pawar, Helping Businesses to Flourish Online | Digital Marketer
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
How to calculate TV Size for Room?To find the ideal TV size for your living room or bedroom, you must know the viewing distance.Viewing distance is nothing but the distance between the viewer and the ... read more
Answer - by Dr Tapas Priyaranjan

Don't you think that Maharashtra's governor should resign on the moral grounds?

https://www.indiatoday.in/amp/india/story/maharashtra-governor-should-resign-on-moral-grounds-says-rajasthan-cm-ashok-gehlot-1622185-2019-11-24?__twitter_impression=true
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Dr Tapas Priyaranjan, Ex Aiimsonian, Doctor, MBBS
Answered 2 weeks ago
Governor is a nominated position. It's not directly elected through voters. So, he/ she follows his own Constitutionally guaranteed duties.The events taking place before 2014 used to occur more ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
The question is related to the electoral bonds: So, the answer is, maybe it is good to have privacy to an individual, i.e public must not know, who is giving what to whom but the EC must know that ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

Why do people associate sanctity with various things? What is the psychological or sociological role of sanctity?

Historically, people have come to associate the attribute of sacredness to various ideas, symbols or items - gods, sacred symbols, national symbols, holy books like Bible etc. What is it's evolutionary, psychological or sociological perspective?
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 2 weeks ago
God or some people say it nature, it is undoubtedly true we are nothing in this whole cosmos and anyone who created it is known to be the creater or GOD, Imagine if our earth gets hits out by an ... read more
Answer - by Abhinav Rajagopalan
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Abhinav Rajagopalan, Engineer
Answered 2 weeks ago
The concept of a "common man" in India is too vague and a poor term. Primarily because you can find people in a diverse variety of occupations, tribes, having variegated sets of beliefs etc. -- so ... read more
Answer - by Shashidhar Suman
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Shashidhar Suman, B.Tech in ME from NIFFT Ranchi (expected 2020)
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
What a common man think about indian democracy?Common man think democracy is of the people, by the people and for the people but actually democracy is of the political party, by the political party ... read more
Answer - by Pradeep Singh
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Pradeep Singh, Mechanical engineering Student
Answered 2 weeks ago
In the first place it must be clear that the BHU students are not protesting for appointment of muslim professor(Dr. Firoz khan) for teaching sanskrit.Infact there are muslim professors teaching ... read more
Answer - by Mohak Shukla
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Mohak Shukla, Ph.D. Scholar, Dept. of Physics, IIT Patna.
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
“When defending Hinduism, be a Hindu.”Few recent events have allowed me to illustrate how being an assertive Hindu helps you to put forth your arguments with more clarity, command and gravitas. ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V

Write good things about your native place and city in which you are living&also what problem you faced there?

Also what can be done to improve the conditions. Write goods and bads in your city and what you are doing for the well being of that city(even if it is minuscule)?
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
My native place is the city in which I live in. That is Namma Bengaluru. It is second only to Mumbai. It is probably the only metropolitan in India which is not the capital and does not have a port ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 2 weeks ago
You know what is the solution for all communal hatred. It is to Convert the people of the other religion to your religion. If a Muslim teaches Sanskrit and if he does it well than he is already a ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V

Why people don't vote on merits and give according to their cast and personal beliefs?.....

...isn't it is pre decided so what is the use of contesting elections as we already set the prejudices. How we can change this?
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
As far as I understand, we vote based on trust. All of the candidates are unknown for us. Hence it is better to vote for the person of the same caste rather than voting to someone of an another ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 2 weeks ago
It was a great positive for British people. So positive and negative depends on where you stand. I guess that is why people say "everything has its own good and bad". Basically they are speaking ... read more
Answer - by Deepak Purti

What do you think of The Transgender Persons (Protection of Rights) Bill, 2019 which will be voted upon in Rajya Sabha?

Main points of the bill : https://www.prsindia.org/billtrack/transgender-persons-protection-rights-bill-2019
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Deepak Purti, Liberal-Secular-Hufflepuff
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
#StopTransBill2019 has been trending on Twitter India, and I really hope this helps in drawing attention of our lawmakers to the shortcomings of the bill.The transgender community of India itself is ... read more
Answer - by Pravin Patel
Impact is much higher than we think, unfortunately people depends on media only.they blindly believe what ever media is showing.media can make any one hero or villain over night ,biased media can ... read more
Answer - by Shihab Saheer

You and Me fighting each other under the labels of Sanghi and Libtard.

and them reaping the benefits from it.

Answer - by Praveen Joshi

Why do many Hindus believe that reading and understanding Hindu scriptures is solely a task for grown up old only

Many common Hindu youths and adults defer studying scriptures or do prayers daily reasoning them to be done after retirement. What's your views
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
Mainly due to 2 reasons, Because we have no time when we are young and adults, very famous statement that Krishna said that you will get me if you remembered me during your death but reality is you ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago
Media is also known as 4th pillar of democracy, so we will have the same consequence or may be in worse, if we have the biased approach in other 3 pillars. The very old word for inappropriate ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu
Indian democracy is corrupt and dishonest and open for manipulation. The political class is castiest, communal and bigotry flows through this system. However, it is a reflection of our society. The ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
I'm a common man of India. My opinion is, all politicians make black money to win elections.It's called being practical, not corrupt ;)Politics is casteist, communal and whatnot. Just as every system ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
Few things can be doneShare questions on our social media like whatsapp Twitter, insta, fb..etc.Share answers on the social media accounts whichever you like or dislike.(dislike will also work the ... read more
Answer - by Ayush

How much you rate Indian governmental institution's motto as compared to other countries motos?

Like motto of, Supreme court, army, navy, airforce, police, republic motto, colleges motto...etc
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Ayush
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
First of all, let us have a look at mottos of some of the organisations or govt. institution mentioned in the question:Indian Army - Sewa Paramo DharmaIndian Navy - Sha-no VarunaIAF - Nabha sparsham ... read more
Answer - by Pranjul Yadav
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Pranjul Yadav, IITian| CSE aspirant| Physics grad| Meditation practitioner
Answered 3 weeks ago
Bhagvad Gita is a wonderful text. Never in the human history, all the questions about existence are so wonderfully & perfectly answered. And why not, for it is the song of God.Just imagine, the ... read more
Answer - by Pranjul Yadav
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Pranjul Yadav, IITian| CSE aspirant| Physics grad| Meditation practitioner
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
kṣatriya-rudhira-maye jagad-apagata-pāpamsnapayasi payasi śamita-bhava-tāpamkeśava dhṛta-bhṛgupati-rūpa jaya jagadiśa hare“O Kesava! O Lord of the universe! O Lord Hari, who have ... read more
Answer - by Abhinav Rajagopalan
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Abhinav Rajagopalan, Engineer
Answered 3 weeks ago
My favourite political quotes are on the nature of democracy.Democracy has become a weapon of moneyed interests. It uses the media to create the illusion that there is consent from the governed. The ... read more