Answer - by Pradeep Singh

What would happen if India is declared a "Hindu Rashtra"?

What extra privileges would be granted to Hindus? Would any of the rights of Muslims and Christians be taken away? Would a Muslim or Christian still be eligible to become the Prime Minister or President of Bharat?
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Pradeep Singh, Mechanical engineering Student
Answered 4 weeks ago
The declaration of india as a Hindu rashtra will have different consequences over short term and long term.Short Term consequences if we talk about short term consequences. It will not be favourable ... read more
Answer - by Raja Babu
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Raja Babu
Answered 4 weeks ago (Edited 4 weeks ago)
Yes. I would be open about it as long as my kid is fine with it. I would personally advice my kid not to hide it, it's nothing to be ashamed of. And I would support my child's choice. I will happily ... read more
Answer - by Vir Bhagat

Can a palm tell signs about clearing the UPSC CSE?

This question was answered by me on Quora on October 30th 2019
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Vir Bhagat, Ex Nuclear Engineer, founder jyotshivirbhagat.com
Answered 4 weeks ago
Yes, definitely.For people who clear UPSC and get into the civil services and remain there for life and have a very secure life their palms and charts do stand out.I have searched the net for some ... read more
Answer - by Pradeep Singh
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Pradeep Singh, Mechanical engineering Student
Answered 1 month ago
Before coming to the question, there are some important things which must be discussed.It would be much better, if we call it Sanatan in place of Hinduism and Dharma in place of religion. Sanatan ... read more
Answer - by Vir Bhagat

What would happen if India is declared a "Hindu Rashtra"?

What extra privileges would be granted to Hindus? Would any of the rights of Muslims and Christians be taken away? Would a Muslim or Christian still be eligible to become the Prime Minister or President of Bharat?
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Vir Bhagat, Ex Nuclear Engineer, founder jyotshivirbhagat.com
Answered 1 month ago (Edited 4 weeks ago)
First the constitution of India would have to be changed and I do not think that's possible at all, but it is a fact that India is the country where the maximum number of Hindus live - around a ... read more
Answer - by Vir Bhagat

What do you think about Quora's "Be Nice Be Respectful" policy?

https://qr.ae/TWCo5l Are there any flaws in the BNBR policy of Quora? How effective is BNBR policy on Quora?
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Vir Bhagat, Ex Nuclear Engineer, founder jyotshivirbhagat.com
Answered 1 month ago (Edited 2 weeks ago)
Quora's policies are a joke. If they themselves follow their policy in letter and in spirit - then only around 500 top professional writers/editors/publishers would be able to write on their forum. ... read more
Answer - by Vir Bhagat
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Vir Bhagat, Ex Nuclear Engineer, founder jyotshivirbhagat.com
Answered 1 month ago
Shri Uddhav Thackeray was born on July 27, 1960 at 10.14 am in Mumbai. He is going to be sworn in as the CM of Maharashtra in the next couple of hours.Let me study his chart and see how his journey ... read more
Answer - by Vir Bhagat

Can the birth chart of Bollywood actor and politician Sunny Deol be analyzed?

This was answered on my website jyotshivirbhagat.com on November 2, 2019
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Vir Bhagat, Ex Nuclear Engineer, founder jyotshivirbhagat.com
Answered 1 month ago
Sunny Deol is a famous bollywood actor and son of legendary actor and son of Punjab Dharmendra.He has also recently joined active politics by winning the Lok Sabha polls in the recently concluded ... read more
Answer - by Vir Bhagat

Can the chart of former top cop and present Lt. Governor of Puducherry Madam Kiran Bedi be analyzed?

This was answered by me on my Quora profile as well as my website jyotshivirbhagat.com on November 6, 2019 and i am reproducing it here.
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Vir Bhagat, Ex Nuclear Engineer, founder jyotshivirbhagat.com
Answered 1 month ago
Madam Kiran Bedi is a household name in India and joined the IPS when there were hardly any women in the police force and being a trailblazer she paved the way for many to follow. She is truly a born ... read more
Answer - by Vir Bhagat

Can the birth chart of superstar and politician Kamal Hassan be analyzed?

This was answers on my Quora profile on November 10, 2019 and i am reproducing it here.
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Vir Bhagat, Ex Nuclear Engineer, founder jyotshivirbhagat.com
Answered 1 month ago
Kamal Haasan needs no introduction to people all over India so let me jump right into it. He has been acting in movies for decades and has recently also joined active politics, after having been a ... read more
Answer - by Vir Bhagat

Can the birth chart of the Hon'ble Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis be analyzed?

This was analyzed by me on Quora on November 24th 2019 and i am copying it here. This was when the government for mation was in turmoil.
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Vir Bhagat, Ex Nuclear Engineer, founder jyotshivirbhagat.com
Answered 1 month ago
Devendra Fadnavis was an unknown person on the national level before he became CM of Maharashtra in 2014. He has been sworn in as the CM for the 2nd time, as of yesterday.Let me take a look at his ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 1 month ago
Fellow authors have already written the structured points, I also want add couple of points.All religions are man made, no religion is God made, else it would be perfect.Hinduism doesn't fit into the ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

Can Maneka case be interpreted other way round to follow "due process of law" only to deny the right under article 21?

Can SC ,in order to deliver proper justice,interpret Maneka case such that if the law protecting the rights under Art. 21 of the accused,defies the purpose of itself,then the "due process of law" must follow to deny those rights? (eg. Hyd. rape case)
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 1 month ago
I am not able to understand the question in its entirety I feel it a bit confusing, pls make it more elaborate or optimize it. But whatever I am able to pick it, I am answering it accordingly.You ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

Can state governments constitutionally refuse to implement the legislation passed by the parliament?

https://thelogicalindian.com/news/states-against-cab/ What does the constitution say about it? Can states defy the central law?
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 1 month ago
No they can not, they have to listen what centre is saying, this is you can say problem or boon depending upon the situation, of having quasi-federal structure, or federation with unitary bias. If ... read more
Answer - by Ayush
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Ayush
Answered 1 month ago (Edited 1 month ago)
If you opt for save draft option while writing an answer, then a message: Your draft answer is saved above the question is displayed like in the picture below:Then, you just need to visit or search ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V

What would happen if India is declared a "Hindu Rashtra"?

What extra privileges would be granted to Hindus? Would any of the rights of Muslims and Christians be taken away? Would a Muslim or Christian still be eligible to become the Prime Minister or President of Bharat?
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 1 month ago (Edited 1 month ago)
I don't think anything extra can be added to Hindus. But it would mean the end of all 'minority appeasement' and holidays on non-Hindu festivals. For an example, let us take Middle east or Pakistan ... read more
Answer - by Manoj V
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Manoj V, Crush on Physics, engaged to engineering
Answered 1 month ago (Edited 1 month ago)
Hinduism is Sage-Made. There is no doubt about it. Puranas, Ramayana, Mahabharatha (narrated by a sage), Veda, Upanishad all of them have been written by ancient sages. All of these sages were ... read more
Answer - by Abhinav Rajagopalan
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Abhinav Rajagopalan, Engineer
Answered 1 month ago (Edited 1 month ago)
More accurately, it isn't a religion based around a cult figure.In a kind of a decaying society, where prosperity has led people to hanker after ephemeral pleasures; where people lose faith in the ... read more
Answer - by Shekhar Kumar
Is this what you want to happen in your life?I believe it's not so much a question about morality, it is rather about "will I regret it?" And if I regret it, it is clearly wrong! If not, hurray!But ... read more
Answer - by Shekhar Kumar

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?
First consider a question - how do you deal with a person who believes in absolutely nothing? A person who live his life according to no rules? If so, naturally, he is entirely unpredictable, very ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

What are your views on CAB 2019?

Citizenship Amendment Bill
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 1 month ago (Edited 1 month ago)
We are giving a chance and a loop hole to the Pakistan if this will be enacted in the system, then they can use this thing against us in the world news in many ways, we must not do this but I think ... read more
Answer - by sumit kumar
Adopt10Plus is the best blog website where you can get all information about Movies, Tech. How to make money online and many more. Here is the list of some topics that they cover:MoviesBollywood ... read more
Answer - by sumit kumar
There are many legal sources that provide free movies and TV shows; you can check out our list of sites for free and legal music and free sports streaming as well.Free Movie Download Websites ... read more
Answer - by Praveen Joshi

What is your opinion about coaching for SSB (service selection board) provided by various institutes?

Many of them charge high for 2 weeks mostly or whatever there duration is. But, doesn't it seem that they tend to provide shortcuts and don't care about personality of the aspirants?
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Praveen Joshi, B.Tech IT | Research Papers on Cognitive Sciences
Answered 1 month ago (Edited 1 month ago)
(Through my and my friends experience) Through coaching one can polish the personality in subtle ways, but can't build or alter it in merely few weeks. It takes time and energy.Coaching is a way ... read more
Answer - by Dr Tapas Priyaranjan
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Dr Tapas Priyaranjan, Ex Aiimsonian, Doctor, MBBS
Answered 1 month ago
Best way is to join English Proficiency classes nearby , almost available for many students like you from reputed institute. 6 months course and your dedication is enough to make one efficient for ... read more