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Nee Banchana Dora – Education is Overcoming the Conditioning of Feudalism

By HIOC Team

Submissiveness, aggression and lack of respect for systems are characteristics of a weak person; these are the behaviors that were not only encouraged but actively enforced in feudalistic times or are a reaction to the feudalistic system that does not fit in a democratic society. Submissiveness is the bane of feudalism Barely a few... »

Light Lo Bapu

By HIOC Team

This is an article send by one of our readers few years back. It was so popular that it compelled us put it on the main page of our website. The article filled with sarcasm on today’s environment is a humble request to our ‘Bapu’ on his birthday to take the things lightly. »

Rise in Seasonal Diseases Because of Rains

By HIOC Team

There is a chance of increase of diarrhea and communicable diseases because of the present rains in twin cities. Doctors at Government Fever Hospital reported 50 to 60 percent increase in seasonal diseases from last monsoon. There is a chance of sudden rise in diarrhea and jaundice because of weather changes. The hospital authorities... »

Meiji Revolution: Japan’s Non-Violent Movement to Revitalize its Society

By HIOC Team

We all know that Japan is one of the world’s most powerful economies. This is the country where two nuclear bombs were dropped, the country which suffered more than 250 years of feudalistic rule. But how did it suddenly became one of the world’s superpower? This rapid change in Japan from isolated, pre-industrial and... »

Hyderabad 2nd in Physical Abuse of Senior Citizens: Help Age India Survey

By HIOC Team

A survey was recently conducted by Help Age India, about physical abuse of senior citizens in India. In this survey Hyderabad got second rank in ill treating senior citizens. The survey stated that 21.7 percent of senior citizens in Hyderabad face abuse at least once in their life time. The survey was conducted in... »

Sir Ronald Ross Institute Needs to Develop

By correspondent

Sir Ronald Ross’s 153rd birth anniversary was on 13th May. Sir Ronald Ross found the link between malaria and mosquitoes. He got Nobel prize for that. Sir Ronald Ross discovered the parasite in the mosquito, and which causes malaria when transmitted to humans, in 1897. This discovery took place in Secunderabad. That discovery was... »

You Can Sponsor a School in the City

By correspondent

It is very painful to hear that many schools in the state capital, Hyderabad are diminishing and most of them do not have water in the washrooms. If you think it is your moral responsibility to help the government schools in the city, it is the right time to sponsor a school. Moreover the... »

The Tsunami Of Modern Life Is Creating Havoc With Lives Of Vast Sections Of People – Part I

By HIOC Team

Today’s daily life is very much different from what was a normal daily life barely a few decades back. Today, due to the recent developments in spread of electronic media, democracy, and migration to cities, large sections of people are being swept away by the developments. They have become habituated to living an unstructured... »

The Tsunami Of Modern Life Is Creating Havoc With Lives Of Vast Sections Of People – Part II

By correspondent

In the first part of this article, we had examined how the daily life in the past was different from normal daily life. Information flow was slow, people did not have exposure to many things. Mass media was not in existence, so lifestyles were different. Lifestyles Changed in Modern Days In the post-agrarian economy,... »

Lessons from NRI H1 Holders: Colonial Mindset Absent in USA-Systems Designed for Everyone

By HIOC Team

Travel teaches us a lot! Every country provides something or the other for us to learn. Compared to western standards, nothing seems to happen quickly in our country. To be more specific, the colonial mindset is still lingering in our country. When you take a look at the developed countries like United States, systems... »

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