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Need to Change Present Education System: Rajnath Singh
NDTV

Need to change western-imposed education system: Rajnath

New Delhi: Terming the present education system in the country as a victim of Macaulay's conspiracy", Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said that there was a need to change it and stressed on use of mother tongue. "We are tied in a set ... Sify, 1 month ago
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Cleric Advises Parents, Guardians On Proper Upbringing Of Wards

DESPITE the downturn inthe nation's economy, parents and guardians have been admonished to train their wards. This advice was given in a sermon delivered by the Bishop of the Diocese of Badagry and Chairman, Permanent Commission of Lagos Anglican ...
 The Guardian Nigeria1 day ago Parents should train children for better society  Daily Newswatch1 week ago

Lagos, Slave Trade and the Founding Fathers

"Merchant sailor, businessman, farmer, pioneer industrialist, patriot, statesman, churchman, missionary and philanthropist," so begins Adeyemo Elebute in this fabulous new book, The Life of James Pinson Labulo Davies: A Colossus of Victorian Lagos.
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago

Understanding Karm....Part 4

masters' blogs seekers' blogs Category Name Friend(s) email id:(Max 5 email ids.) Personalized Message Your email has been sent. Tags : Truth love karm light Pick up any shastra, Vedas, Upanishad and more importantly, the Gita, the ...
 Speaking Tree2 weeks ago

India can speak Dev Vani, officially

Replacing German with Sanskrit in Kendriya Vidyalayas After the controversy over replacing German with Sanskrit in Kendriya Vidyalayas, Uma Bharti, the Union minister for water resources, suggested that Sanskrit can replace English as the ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago

Hooray, hooray, it's a holiday, every single day

The spectre of history is haunting India. Wherever you turn, they seem to be talking of Nehru and Patel and Aryans and Hemu. Those of us who passed our history exams by smuggling in little slips of paper in our undies have a hunted look these days.
 Hindustan Times4 weeks ago

Sex Please. We're British!

'Go back to your own country and preach your dirty methods there. Decent English people are disgusted at your filthy suggestions ... Sexual gratification is not the only thing that makes life worth living, as you seem to think." You'd be forgiven ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
IOL

ANC can learn from INC meltdown

The defeat of the Indian National Congress, a political movement linked to the founding father of India's independence, Mahatma Gandhi, is tragic, says Thami ka Plaatjie. We landed at India's New Delhi Airport and were greeted by the sight of ...
 IOL1 month ago

The issue of character (II)

Last time we began talking about character. These days character seems to be in short supply and if our lives will count we must be a people of character. Character is the key to lasting success. Like they say, competence will make you climb to the ...
 Nigerian Tribune1 month ago The issue of character (1)  Nigerian Tribune1 month ago

The Alakijas in CMS

HAVE you been to CMS Grammar School, Bariga, La­gos, the first and best secondary institution in Nigeria founded on June 6, 1859, by the Revd. Thomas Babington Macaulay, who was the first principal from 1859-1879 when he died? If you have, you ...
 Daily Sun1 month ago
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