There is no success or failure in Love

Love is not a business. Love is not a career. love is not even an act. So there is no success or failure in love. Love is your nature, my dear!
Whether you express it or not, it is there. If you realize that love is your very nature, you will not think of it as success or failure.

Some people may understand you and some may not. When someone loves you, you cannot say that they will be in love with you forever. People who have lived together for 20 years, and had said at one point of time that they were made for each other, suddenly find that they were never compatible and that they never got along.
Suddenly people feel suffocated and want to go their own ways.

Love is not an act, love is not even a situation, it is our very nature. If you are in love with somebody don’t think that it will be forever, unless and until there is knowledge or wisdom in it.

Love with wisdom is eternal bliss. Love with selfishness or love for individual pleasure sooner or later will bring misery and heartbreak. If your love is there to help others, nobody can destroy it, but if your love is to get something from the other, sooner or later, it will be broken into pieces.

Find out what you think love is. Is love only a name for getting pleasure from others? If yes, then it is going to bring you pain.

But if your love is there only to care and you cannot be without it, then that is your true nature. That is what is true love.

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You should always feel that you are not worthy of the love that you receive. Think that the love you receive is much more than what you deserve. If you come from this space of humility, then you will behave with magnanimity and dignity in all your dealings. You won’t chew on the past, you will live in the present moment, you will honor the other’s opinions, you will understand the other’s predicaments; that magnanimity will come from within.

If you keep this in mind, that I don’t deserve this love, you will not demand love. And when you don’t demand love in your life, it keeps on increasing.



Exam Results Aren’t Everything! These 9 Incredibly Successful Indians Lost in School but Won in Life

Right now there are hundreds of thousands of students across India, who have just found out their results for the 12th board exams. For some, there will be a reason to rejoice, for others it is perhaps a disappointing day. There might even be those who are feeling like complete failures due to the marks they have secured.

However, a bad mark sheet, or any failure for that matter, does not imply that a person is destined to be a failure for the rest of their lives. History has taught us that there are many who failed at something important and went onto to becoming spectacular successes in their later lives.

Here are 8 extremely successful Indians who started their lives with failure. 

P C Mustafa


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PC Mustafa grew up in an illiterate family in an obscure part of Kerala. With rudimentary access to resources, he ended up failing 6th grade. When faced with a life of working as a laborer on a farm, he decided to give education another shot and dedicate himself. Having put himself through school and college (National Institute of Technology, Calicut), today he runs a ₹62 crore worth brand that sells packaged food, called ID Special Foods Pvt Ltd. After completing his MBA (from Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore), he decided to get into business with his cousins who earlier ran a Kirana shop in Bengaluru. Today, he is far more successful that he could have possibly imagined as a child who failed in middle school.

Akshay Kumar


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Today, the world knows about Akshay Kumar as a National Award-winning actor and one of the most successful actors in Bollywood actors broad mass appeal. But before he became a star, he was a kid who failed an exam in school and was terrified of showing his report card to his parents. In a heartfelt video that he shared on Twitter, the actor recently opened up about his own failures and how he used that as the springboard to chase his dreams.

Vir Das


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He may be one of the most successful comedians in India today, with his own special on Netflix, but back in his school days, Vir Das was a below average student who got underwhelming scores in his board exams. The comedian took to Facebook to not only share his mark-sheet but also to note, “Whether your results are amazing or not doesn’t prevent your personality from being amazing. At the end of each day of your life people remember who you are not how you did.”

Sandeep Maheshwari


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Sandeep Maheshwari is often cited as one of the most successful entrepreneurs in India. But not that long ago, he was also a college dropout, trying to find success outside of education. Having dropped out Kirori Mal College due to personal reasons, Sandeep became a freelance photographer struggling to make ends meet. He went on to found Images Bazaar, which boasts the largest collection of Indian stock images online.

Biswa Kalyan Rath


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Biswa Kalyan Rath, the creator of some of India’s most viral videos on Youtube and one of the most sought-after comedians in the country, once felt like such a failure that he ended up with debilitating depression. Despite attending one of the Indian Institutes of Technology, he described himself as a below-average student in a Facebook post. Not only was he one of the few people from his batch who struggled to get a job after graduating, but he was fired within three months. He wrote, “These things made me feel like a spectacular failure.I was depressed for a couple of years and I lost around 8 kgs. I was thin, to begin with. Thankfully I had friends to support me throughout.”

Kailash Katkar


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Kailash Katkar, who grew up in a tiny little village in Maharashtra, came from an extremely humble background and had to drop out after his 10th grade due to familial circumstances. The odds were stacked against him with no formal education and no prospects for a good job. Since he was good with gadgets, he worked at a small radio and calculator repair shop. Instead of just giving up, he decided to learn everything about the business and his craft and became self-taught expert technicians. Soon he started computer courses to become conversant in handling and understanding the new technology. He would later start a modest computer services business that we know today as the ₹200-crore+ Quick Heal Technologies, dealing in anti-virus software.

Prem Ganapathy


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An Indian entrepreneur and businessman, Prem Ganapathy founded the extremely popular chain of restaurants called the Dosa Plaza. But his beginnings were humble, with him being one of seven children in a poor household of Tamil Nadu. Having only completed his 10th grade, he set off to Mumbai to chase success only to find himself completely fleeced and broke. With the help of a Tamilian family who took pity on him, he got a job working in a small bakery. Two years later he would start his own small business selling dosas. Now, there are Dosa Plazas across the world including New Zealand, Oman, and even UAE!

Subhash Chandra


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One of the most powerful media moguls in the country (and the world) is also one who had to drop out of school before finishing his education. Subhash Chandra was living in a village in Hisar district, Haryana, when he had to drop out after 10th grade to start working. While he initially joined his family business as a trader who procured and supplied rice to Food Corporation of India, he would go on to develop some of the most successful business enterprises in India including Zee Television. Today he is the chairman of Essel Group, an Indian conglomerate that has stakes in various industries including news, media, television, technology, education and more.


Kalpana Saroj


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Born in Roperkheda village in Maharashtra, Kalpana Saroj’s life is one of extraordinary success against all odds. She was 12 years old when she was married off by her parents and subsequently faced physical abused in the hands of her husband and his parents. She even tried committing suicide but then was taken in by her uncle at the age of 16. Taking loans that were sanctioned by the government for those born under the scheduled caste community, she started her own tailoring business. When that became a success, she started a furniture business to boot. Soon she would go on to buy the assets of Kamani Tubes Company and turn the loss-making company into a highly lucrative business. Today, as a millionaire, she is very embodiment of rags-to-riches.

95% engineers in India unfit for software development jobs: Report

NEW DELHI (INDIA): Talent shortage is acute in the IT and data science ecosystem in India with a survey claiming that 95 percent of engineers in the country is not fit to take up software development jobs.

According to a study by employability assessment company Aspiring Minds, only 4.77 per cent candidates can write the correct logic for a program — a minimum requirement for any programming job.

Over 36,000 engineering students from IT related branches of over 500 colleges took Automata — a Machine Learning based assessment of software development skills — and over 2/3 could not even write code that compiles.

The study further noted that while more than 60 per cent candidates cannot even write code that compiles, only 1.4 percent can write functionally correct and efficient code.

“Lack of programming skills is adversely impacting the IT and data science ecosystem in India. The world is moving towards introducing programming to three-year-old! India needs to catch up,” Aspiring Minds CTO and co-founder Varun Aggarwal said.

The employability gap can be attributed to rote learning based approaches rather than actually writing programs on a computer for different problems. Also, there is a dearth of good teachers for programming, since most good programmers get jobs in industry at good salaries, the study said.

Moreover, programming skills are five times poorer for tier III colleges as compared to tier 1 colleges. “Sixty-nine per cent of candidates from top 100 colleges are able to write a compilable code versus rest of the colleges where only 31 per cent are able to write a compilable code,” the report said.

Source: Press Trust of India

Get an MTech degree in a year: IITs clear plan to compress two-year programme

Get an MTech degree in a year from an Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).

The IIT council, the top decision-making body of the country’s premier engineering colleges, has cleared a proposal for a year-long executive MTech course designed for professionals short of time to do a full two-year term.

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The decision was taken at a meeting on April 27 that was chaired by human resource development minister Prakash Javadekar.

Besides professionals, the course will ensure more IIT students opt for research work.

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“The MTech program is an essential step towards good research. We want more students to complete their masters. Students get jobs after graduation and this program can cater to such students,” a source said.

The IITs offer a two-year MTech program, which costs approximately Rs 20,000 a year.

For the shortened and compressed MTech course, the IITs have proposed a fee equivalent of the “market rate” that will help increase revenues. The rate would be equal to the fee of private institutes which charge much more than the government-funded IITs.

The board of governors of each of the 23 IITs in the country will decide the fee structure.

Of the 72,000 students in the IITs, around 14,000 are doing MTech.

According to the minutes of the meeting, the IIT directors recommended the council about the short MTech program for people working already but seeking a postgraduate degree.

A number of IITs reported facing problems in retaining MTech students because many of them quit midway after getting jobs. IIMs and other management schools offer such executive MBA programs.


Source: -The Hindustan Times 

Child sexual abuse: More than half of the victims are boys

There is a common misconception that children from well-to-do families are immune to sexual abuse. Gender, education, and income do not provide any security against this crime. At some point in time, one out of every two children in India faces sexual exploitation – and more than half of the victims are boys, say several studies.

Child sexual abuse

In the majority of the cases, the perpetrator is known to the child. Identifying this male abuser, who may be close to the family or a part of the family, is often a hard task.

Alerting children against strangers is easy, but how to make them watch out for abuses within the family is a big task. A study conducted by the ministry of women and child development in 2007 revealed that around 85% of abusers were known to the victims.

Another startling revelation made by the report was that only 25% of the victims reported their abuse to anyone and cops were informed in only 3% of the cases.

The union government has framed the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012, to protect children from sexual abuse.

The Act covers all types of sexual abuse, including harassment, penetrative or non-penetrative sexual abuse, and pornography.

“The Act has incorporated stringent punishment for child abusers segregated by the gravity of the offense. It provides for simple to rigorous imprisonment for varying periods and also a fine, which will be decided by the court,” said IB Singh, senior advocate, Lucknow bench of Allahabad high court.

The Act also provides for the establishment of special courts for trial of offenses under the Act and also provides for completion of trial within a year.

The data collected by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) shows there has been the increase in cases of sexual offenses against children. This is corroborated by the ‘Study on Child Abuse: India 2007’ conducted by the ministry of women and child development.

Source:The Hindustan Times 

I am targetted because I am talking against the atrocities committed by BJP ,Radhika Vemula

Jai Bheem Everyone..,
First of all, I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to the people of Uttar Pradesh for standing with me on the struggle seeking Justice for Rohith Vemula. In particular, I would like to appreciate the spirit of students and youth who stood in the forefront in support of me and Justice for Rohith Vemula. You all have stood with me in the utmost difficult times, the times during which I lost my son, whom I had groomed for 25years on my own. BJP led center and its ministers had targetted students of Ambedkar Students Association including my son, who were talking about Ambedkar and propagating his ideas. They have victimized them on socio-political lines and drove my son to commit suicide. After the death of my son, now I am targetted because I am talking about the atrocities committed by BJP led center, I have challenged the system of caste by embracing Buddhism, I am declaring solidarities with struggling Dalits across the country. Recently, one commission, namely Justice Ashok Kumar Roopanwala commission, had directly maligned me, by adding salt to the pain. On numerous accounts, I had revealed that I am a Dalit and that I faced discrimination even in the household that I was adopted into, and from the hands of my husband on account of caste, I had deposed myself before District Magistrate, along with late Banana Anjani Devi (who also was tortured by the BJP in the name of caste) who adopted me from Dalit family. Even after the magistrate’s certification of my son’s cast as Scheduled Caste, and further re-affirmation of the same by P.L.Punia, Chairman, National Commission for Scheduled Castes, Justice Ashok Kumar Roopanwala, branded me as not-Dalit and dubbed me as one who faked my caste identity to attain benefits under scheduled caste category. I know what my identity when I was called by my caste name within my adopted household, I along with my son suffered humiliation within the household which adopted me, I know how many struggles, I had to undergo when I had parted my ways with my husband who humiliated and manhandled me when he learnt about my caste identity. The pain of being oppressed would only be understood by a fellow oppressed but not by the oppressor. Thus it became easy for Ashok Kumar Roopanwal and BJP leaders, who belong to the class of oppressor, to comment on my Caste and my son’s castle to save their ministers and their henchman Profile Apparao from Prevention of SC/ST Atrocities Act. First, they have socio-politically victimized my son and forced him to commit suicide, now they started their target towards me, and other students who are fighting for Justice for Rohith Vemula. Even at this juncture, I have only one hope left in me, that is the support of my Dalit brothers and sisters and elders. If there was no courageous display of self-respect and commitment in the struggle seeking justice for Rohith Vemula, the movement would have ended long ago. The students of Babasaheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar University (BRAU) from Ambedkar University Dalit Students Union (AUDSU) have not even spared the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It is because of the resistance from students that forced Modi to say that “the nation has lost its son”, though his own cabinet colleagues branded my son as anti-national and casteist for asserting the thoughts of Babasaheb Dr.B.R.Ambedkar. But today, the students of the same university from Ambedkar University Dalit Students Union are punished, without proper inquiry, as happened in the case of Five Dalit Research Scholars including Rohith Vemula belonging to Ambedkar Students Association at the University of Hyderabad. Having lost my son, no mother should suffer the pain as I suffered, thus today I came here to Lucknow, to stand in support of those students who are thrown out of their hostels and rusticated without any inquiry. I hope that the people of UP will not only avenge the death of my son, but also send a message to those who destroyed Ambedkar Bhavan in Mumbai, send a message to those who chained our brothers in Una and beat them in public, send a message against those who have beaten my Dalit brothers in Udupi, and all those millions of oppressed sections oppressed by this heinous caste system. Whatever we have been suffering other minorities also have been suffering, but as Ambedkar ITE’s and followers of Ambedkar it ideology, only we have the power to uproot these casteist and oppressive governments. We are most powerful in Uttar Pradesh as compared to other states, where Dalits, led a battle for all, hence let a strong message against atrocities perpetrated by present Central Government be sent from the state of Uttar Pradesh itself.
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Thanking you
Radhika Vemula

10 Reasons Why Amarendra Bahubali Is The Ideal Husband Every Girl In 21st Century Needs

So, lots have been spoken about the story, the VFXs, the huge sets, direction, jewelry, attires, make-ups & performances of all the Bahubali characters, In the midst of all this, we just forgot to appreciate Amarendra Bahubali as Devsena’s Husband. The way he supported her, adored her and of course loved her. Have a look at these reasons why Amarendra Bahubali is The Ideal Husband Every Girl In 21st Century Needs:
1- Mumma’s Boy, But Wife’s Darling:
We all saw the scene where Amarendra says “Devsena ko kisi ne haath bhi lagaya toh samjho Bahubali ki talwar ko haath laga diya”. And those claps and whistles from girls did not stop. Why? Because Bahu supported her in whatever she said to Rajmata knowing she was true and his Maa wasn’t. Yes, he is Mumma’s Boy but with this act, he proved he is a darling to his girl.

2- Be Who You Are:
Amarendra could have easily revealed his identity and would have asked Devsena to get married to him. But he did not show that “King’s Attitude” and he tried to pataofy Devsena with his simplicity. That’s what girls expect these days. Be what you are, A Human First & A King Later 

3- Respect Her & Yes Her Family Too:
We saw how Katappa revealed Bahu’s identity as a great “SAMRAT OF MAHISHMATI” and everyone including Devsena’s family bows down to him, But Amarendra simply said “Sambandhi ek dusre ke gale lagte hai, unke aage jhukte nahi hai maharaj” And that’s exactly a girl’s wish today, do not let their family feel inferior or secondary to a boy’s family. And this is where Devsena lost her heart to Bahubali

4- Always Be There In Need Of A Help:
In one scene we saw how Devsena lost her balance while walking towards the boat, Bahubali jumps into the water and Devsena walks over him and sits in that boat. Doesn’t matter if you are a King or just any other guy, for your wife you should be available in any given situation and whenever she needs you. #CoupleGoals #BahuAndDevsena.

5- Sacrifice For Her:
Amarendra Bahubali was appointed as a King of Mahishmati Kingdom by Rajmata but he sacrificed it for Devsena and became a leader of Mahishmati’s army instead. Now that’s what a real man does, sacrifices the highest post for his wife’s respect and does a job that his mother tells him to do. He plays so smart here, Biwi ki izzat bhi rakh li aur Maa ka maan bhi.

6- Never Interfere When A Wife & Mother Argues or Fights:
A scene in a movie shows how Devsena argues with Shivgami over the post of the Leader of Army taken from Bahu & given to someone else. Here we see how Bahu does the best what today’s men must do, Keep Mum when your wife and your mom are fighting over something. Do Not Interfere. 😉 😛

7- Be Friends With The Guy Who Had Crush On Your Wife:
Kumar, a very important, funny & prominent character in the movie had a crush on Devsena and wanted to get married to her. Knowing this, Amarendra still becomes a good friend to him even after getting married. We will just be insecure about our wives talking to a man who had a crush on her. Just let her talk to any man in the world, your love should not make you feel insecure. #BeLikeBahubali

8- Don’t Let Any Man Disrespect Your Lady:
The very famous scene where Devsena chops the fingers of the man trying to put his hands on her and then Bahu comes and cuts him into two. The most amazing scene of the movie right? But what did you learn from that? No you don’t have to kill the person misbehaving with your wife, he is Bahubali he can do it, you cannot, you can simply act according to the law & order of your country & take him to police, put him behind the bars and that would be good enough to respect your lady. Also, this will make your wife feel like you are Bahubali & she is Devsena 😉

9- If She Is Not Good At Something to Teach Her Like A Friend & With Respect:
We know how Bahubali taught Devsena to kill those enemies with 3 arrows and a bow, Devsena was trying hard to learn that. Bahu helped her with those skills so gracefully. Every girl needs such supportive husband today who teaches her and supports her in whatever, whenever and wherever needed.

10- Because He Is Intelligent, Smart, Hot & Handsome:
Yes, every girl in the 21st century needs a partner who is Smart & Intelligent like Amarendra Bahubali. The way he uses those skills to kill the enemy to the way he cares and respects a woman, he is just perfect husband material for a 21st-century girl. And of course, he is Hot & Handsome too 😛

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