Answer - by Raja Babu

What is SUBPRIME and PIIGS crisis?

What is SUBPRIME and PIIGS crisis?
PIGS refers to the balance of payments crisis in a few European countries, that almost caused global economy to go belly up. PIGS refers to Portugal, Italy, Greece and Spain.Subprime is the US ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu

As far as I know, the act of rape as defined in our laws states clearly that only the man can be the perpetrator. It has no provisions to charge a woman with rape.

Answer - by Dr Tapas Priyaranjan

When "India is a secular state with no state religion", How can apex court give order to government to build a temple?

How can't it be said unconstitutional when state has no right to intervene in a religious matter.
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Dr Tapas Priyaranjan, Ex Aiimsonian, Doctor, MBBS
Answered 2 weeks ago
You are correct! India is Secular and Officially has no state Religion. But Preserving Cultural heritage and prioritising the belief and trust of almost 80% population should be the first work of ... read more
Answer - by Abhinav Rajagopalan

What modern day industries (any) are targeting in humans for their profits?

If we will watch closely we will find that each and every business/industries are using of certain component of humans, for their business which is common in all what is it?
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Abhinav Rajagopalan, Engineer
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
All businesses of modern day exploit some or the other psychological feature of humans to sell their products or services. The other answer here gives a good list. One aspect, which is particularly ... read more
Answer - by Abhinav Rajagopalan

After Ayodhya, do you think temples should be reconstructed in Kashi and Mathura?

Do you think the Gyanvapi Mosque and the Shahi Idgah Mosque should be demolished by the government to restore the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Krishna Janmbhoomi in Mathura, respectively?
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Abhinav Rajagopalan, Engineer
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
The sites hold significance for Hindus. So it is only fitting that the sites have proper, living temples over them. Not some aberrations of a past that are symbolic of the hateful ideologies that can ... read more
Answer - by Abhinav Rajagopalan
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Abhinav Rajagopalan, Engineer
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
EDIT : Read these articles which explain comprehensively the position of the protesting BHU students :- ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

What modern day industries (any) are targeting in humans for their profits?

If we will watch closely we will find that each and every business/industries are using of certain component of humans, for their business which is common in all what is it?
PR
Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
Mental stimulus. Which is, if done or use repetitively used can lead to addiction or even more greed.Let us see some prime example.Internet providers, Eg. JIO- When it came, it was free, complete ... read more
Answer - by Abhinav Rajagopalan
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Abhinav Rajagopalan, Engineer
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
I recently read through this book called “Biohistory” by Jim Penman.The book is essentially about the same old cyclical aspect regarding rise and decline of civilizations that various sages and ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V

After Ayodhya, do you think temples should be reconstructed in Kashi and Mathura?

Do you think the Gyanvapi Mosque and the Shahi Idgah Mosque should be demolished by the government to restore the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Krishna Janmbhoomi in Mathura, respectively?
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 2 weeks ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
You know I did not know that mosques have been built on demolished temples in both Kashi and Mathura until you pointed out. Now that you have pointed it out we must demolish those mosques as well and ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu

What is your view if Government linked Income tax rebate to Purchased item GST

As per my view if government linked income tax rebate to purchased item GST, then individual purchasing power will increase very much, market liquidity will increase, no lose to government, income tax revenue will come as GST collection.

That's been my suggestion a year back, i had written about it on Quora too. It's a good way to ensure the tax chori stops

Answer - by Raja Babu
Morgan Stark. She has such a small role, hardly 5-6 mins. But she adds so much depth to Tony's character. She completes Tony's life, gives him something he can't risk nor afford to lose. For me, she ... read more
Answer - by Shekhar Kumar

After Ayodhya, do you think temples should be reconstructed in Kashi and Mathura?

Do you think the Gyanvapi Mosque and the Shahi Idgah Mosque should be demolished by the government to restore the Kashi Vishwanath Temple and Krishna Janmbhoomi in Mathura, respectively?
I can't help but think that the word demolish is very purposefully chosen for the explanation of this question. I think it reflects the questioner's understanding of legal historical and ethical ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
PR
Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago
Here is my version of doha for these people. Protest Because sanskrit teacher is a Muslim. To all those intellectual and brilliant student, my version of doha, inspired from Kabir dasjiOriginal ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

Don't you think there is contradiction between the judgement on Ayodhya dispute and Sabrimala Temple issue?

In Ayodhya dispute, supreme court emphasized on "faith" and "believe" due to a religious matter while other side, in Sabrimala Temple issue supreme followed the only principle "Right to Equality".
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
Ayodhya was a title/land dispute and so it has nothing to do with religion. Sabrimala Temple issue is of different issue altogether. The primitive arguments are,Right to equality- As women are not ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu

Don't you think there is contradiction between the judgement on Ayodhya dispute and Sabrimala Temple issue?

In Ayodhya dispute, supreme court emphasized on "faith" and "believe" due to a religious matter while other side, in Sabrimala Temple issue supreme followed the only principle "Right to Equality".
No. Ayodhya was land dispute and faith had a small role in the judgement. ASI report clearly was the basis for the main verdict on ownership not residing with muslim party.In Sabarimala, the dispute ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu
RA
Raja Babu
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
If they are protesting over appointment of a muslim, then it's sheer stupidity. If the teacher is knowledgeable, competent and good, how does it matter what his religious beliefs are? Hell, some of ... read more
Answer - by Ayush
AY
Ayush
Answered 3 weeks ago
Judgements given by supreme court can be downloaded and read from following website:https://www.sci.gov.in/https://main.sci.gov.in/For judgements given by high court of respective states, you can ... read more
Answer - by Devender Mishra

Isn't it morally wrong that BJP has given tickets to disqualified MLAs to contest by elections in Karnataka?

PM talk about morality in public speeches. https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/bangalore/supreme-court-verdict-karnataka-17-mlas-disqualification-case-live-updates-6101976/
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Devender Mishra, Just want to be Devender Mishra
Answered 3 weeks ago
They are disqualified for current legislative assembly, not tainted. They are not disqualified from contesting any future election. And this disqualification does not mean that they cannot serve ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V

Isn't it morally wrong that BJP has given tickets to disqualified MLAs to contest by elections in Karnataka?

PM talk about morality in public speeches. https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/bangalore/supreme-court-verdict-karnataka-17-mlas-disqualification-case-live-updates-6101976/
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
NO. In my opinion it is the other way around. It is morally correct that they have given tickets to disqualified MLA's. Those MLA's left Congress and JD(s) respectively for BJP. Hence, BJP has a ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
AN
Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago (Edited 3 weeks ago)
Actually in the Hindu (Sanathana dharma) mythology too there are millions of Rama, Krishna, Vishnu, Brahma, etc., Illustrated in the conclusion of Ramayana:After Lord Rama's victory over Ravana, ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

When "India is a secular state with no state religion", How can apex court give order to government to build a temple?

How can't it be said unconstitutional when state has no right to intervene in a religious matter.
PR
Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago
सत्यमेव जयते नानृतम सत्येन पंथा विततो देवयानः। येनाक्रमंत्यृषयो ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
She asked me to close my eyes. I pretended to. I felt a prick on my lip. It went in blue and came out red.24 February 2010It was evening. Five boys were hurling pebbles at each other. One was keeping ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
Tom Riddle created his first horcrux even before he heard of it from Professor Slughorn: The Gaunt ring or the resurrection stone. He killed his father Tom Riddle Senior and used one of his death to ... read more
Answer - by Aniruddha Rao

Which MCU characters would be able to survive a point-blank nuclear detonation?

Assuming they are at their full power and ready for combat, but are unaware of the blast until it happens
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Aniruddha Rao, Student of Information Technology
Answered 3 weeks ago
One could assume that Thor being a God would at the very least survive.Iron man with his Mark 85 armour would be able to withstand the energy from it but he’d probably suffer severe radiation ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

Why traffic rules are mostly obeyed in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Pune, Bangalore, etc.?

In other places, traffic rules are only for name. Rarely one follows.
PR
Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 3 weeks ago
I don't think it is absolutely true but if I take your point true then, there is a reason behind it. All the cities you have named are hot cities of India. These are metropolitan cities of India, of ... read more