Who cares for bengal?



The “Hunger-bitten” India!

Malnutrition, Starvation and Death these three words are cutting children lives every day. In a Country like India children are growing up with their company. Why? Because, the lack of minimum consciousness of our government has been starving them to death!  There are so many instances on this case, but few months ago on 26th July, three children’s death had left us in a shock.

On 26th July in the capital city, which is considered the country’s highest income city had proved again India is still going hungry. The three siblings named Mansi [8], Paro[5], and Sukho[2]. They used to live with their mother at one room shebang in New Delhi. Mangal, [Their father] was a rickshaw-puller and he was out of job. They had recently moved at their shebang. Bina [their mother] is mentally unstable and he left her at his shebang with his three children as he was looking for job. He didn’t come back!

Source: TOI

On one evening the siblings were found unconscious in a pool of vomit at their, they were taken to the hospital and they were died. The doctor confirmed that they died of starvation. In the post-mortem report the gall bladders of the children were filled with bile and  their spleen had almost become unremarkable. Doctors said, there was no trace of food or water in their stomach. Their urinary bladder and rectum were found empty. The children had died 12-18 hours before the first autopsy was conducted.

Yes for sure, the news left us in a sudden thrust and bigger than that the government throws at us a huge kickback by proving how much they are working on child health and how successful they are! Clap! Clap!

Starting with ration, they have failed to delivered it at every doorstep, because the delivery of rations to every doorstep has been blocking! They have no interest or no will to feed the children or the people. Instead of, they are disclosing more interest on invading on people’s personal details and linking them[Aadhar].

In the recent Global Hunger Index, released on 11th October , India has once again failed to make progress. The opposition claims that India’s position in the hunger index is worsened since the present govt took over in 2014.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1. according to GHI 2018 India’s rank 103 among one hundred and nineteen countries.     2.In the countries world bank’s new human capital Index India’s rank 115 out of 157 countries.

3. 45 countries including India, described in the 2018 Global Hunger Index as having “serious” levels of hunger.

4. 21% of Indian children under 5 suffer from wasting, extremely underweight, up from 17% in 2000.

source: scoopwhoop

                                                                                                                                         5. 44% chance a child born in India will grow to be as productive as it might have been in ideal circumstances, says the world bank. Singapore is highest at 88%.     

6. 14.8% India’s population is un-nourished.

7. “One hundred and ninety-four million Indian go hungry daily”- The UN Food and Agricultural Organization.

8. India wastes $14 billion worth of food every year.                                                                          {Source: India today & GHI}

Overall progress has been lowing down day by day. The finance ministry claiming, the World Bank’s index suffered from ‘major methodological’ weakness and ‘substantial data gaps’!  Our government need to take action immediately instead of throwing  a defensive attitude towards us.

“Give me food, I want to survive”

Family love

After birth of a baby,  it needs care, food, protection and motherly love. The baby doesn’t know who it’s family is. [suppose the baby is a girl].                                                       All she can feel  her mother by her smell of her body and warmth of her skin., who’s continuously protecting her baby girl from harm, gives her love and sweet kisses on the flabby cheeks.

The bonding with her mother keeps strengthen day by day. One day the baby (she) gets to know her father, her Family. She gradually become a young girl from her babyhood.

The love of family and the admiration of friends is much more important than wealth and privilege.- Charles Kuralt.

All she wants is love. Love from her family, support from them. There are plenty of members in her family. She got sister, brother, uncle and aunty, also her grandmother. But somewhere she felt incomplete, emptiness all around her. Why?

Because she always wanted nothing but love and care from her family. They never cared for her, never loved her actually. Meanwhile she found envies are enveloping around her.

From now she doesn’t feel what is affection, she doesn’t know what is family love, what is fondness of brother and sister. What is it really? How one can understand the feeling? Because, she is deprived from that, deprived from all chances.

Her parents loves her tremendously, they know how her family members treat her nevertheless, they are trying.

My question to all my friends here, do you think family love is important for a growing girl or a young girl? Is there any possibility of getting depression by this deprivation?

You’ll rise too

Lingo before Performance

This can be a very debatable or cooked up topic but I’m not going into the top deeply, rather I would like to offer my opinions about this. 

I must say, country like India, knowing of “A certain” language is very momentous for each and everyone. Mostly the thing is, a person who can speak very well on that ‘certain’ language, they are considered as one of the high categories or high class people in the society!

Which is this language I’m talking about? The answer is “ENGLISH” . Can you imagine? 

I don’t really know what other countries does, but in India it’s happen! even everyday! I’m also talking about achievement, so let’s go on that part with this example….

Hima Das (picSource: google)

Hima Das, An Indian sprinter the first Indian to win a Gold medal in a track event at the World Junior Athletics Championships in 2018! She lives in Assam (Assam is the North-east region in India). Hima is a village girl. Her father is a rice farmer, she has four siblings and she is the eldest one. Hima has been playing football since childhood. She wanted to pursue her career as a footballer. But we all know, the aftermath of  born in  a poverty-stricken family. So, She had to suppress dream as a footballer, but not from play. She switched her play from football to races. She started participate on Short and middle distant races. THAT WAS THE START OF HER JOURNEY!

She completed commonwealth games 2018 in the 400 meters relay. Hima became the first Indian track athlete to hold a global title on winning the Gold medal at the World U-20 Championships 2018 at Tampere, Finland, in Women’s 400m.

This is her biggest achievement, congratulations again Hima! I’m so proud of you! but after writing all this powerful sentences about her, what is the main problem? Why am I writing all this?

The biggest problem is She doesn’t know English! She doesn’t know how to speak in English properly! Well, why shouldn’t she be? she’s the world champion now, she’s staying abroad! That’s the difference..

She tweeted about not knowing English, she couldn’t properly. The esteemable, the honourable fellas of the society uploaded a video of that!

She becomes the most disgraceful woman for not knowing English.  Is not that enough for a woman, bring so much proud, joy to our country? There are 20% of people speaks English in the whole world. The top speaking languages are Chinese and Spanish. Will she/we feel ashamed of unable to speak the languages?

Can we not forget about what she know or what she doesn’t? This is her proud moment, this is our proud moment to celebrate her performance for what she did! what she did for our country! We must proud of her work, not what language she can speak. Do you agree on this?

I feel there are so many words left, I don’t want to go in deep. I’m proud of her, I feel proud of what she did for our country.

Is it her problem or our society? We need to change ourselves. We must see what is good about her and cheer her for tomorrow,not discourage her to do all things! Do you feel the same of what I wrote? let me know.. 🙂

I’m Proud to be an Indian!

Pic credit: Google and Hindustan Times

It’s all about ‘Women’

I’m a woman, and I’m addressing to all women through this article and I’m writing this article for those women who wants to lay bare themselves, who wants to establish themselves in the society. It’s just a motivational message from me for all women, including me.

Find something for yourself! do something! all I can say. In a few years I’m also going to create something which I dream every night. I will do what I love . I think every women should. We all need to find out ourselves, and get off from the cycle and do it!

Sweep away the Dominance! 

This world is still overlordshiped by men, no matter how much they ‘think’ they ‘talk’ about ‘Women’ freedom. A woman should stand up for their own and do something to secure the future.

About security, this is very important. In our country like India, many woman think, ‘after marriage my  husband’s income is enough for me’. If he earns well then there will be no problem doing my own thing with his money. He’ll take me expensive restaurant, buy me expensive dresses,- then your’e doing the wrong thing. At least in my opinion, I shall never do that. A job, A settlement is very important for all women. With this you can get satisfaction, you can be independent on your own feet.

PicS: Google Images

Do not let anyone take your decision. Your choice will be yours, Decision will be yours. Have the power in yourself to make it right, make it successful. Even I do not need a man to take my decision for me.

Every woman wants a happy life after marriage. They need a liberal thinking family, who will always support her in every aspect. A family,  who should not try to keep press their opinion, their own thoughts, own thinking on her, what’s right for her or what’s not. A new family should support for what she’s doing, what she wants to do for everything.

Money is all you have got-

When it’s come to money, women need to financially independent in their lives. Because money is all you have got. After marriage many women unable to find their time, their happiness.  That’s the point! When she starts earning she can obviously find her own time, own happiness.

Women who have lost her husband or father, they are basically get lost thinking about ‘what do I do now?” ‘how I’m going to find money?!’. They just ended their life thinking, in these case a financial stability from the start can prevent you from this unwanted situation. So, follow your dreams!

At the end, when You will know that all this struggle, all this effort is your own you can sleep peacefully at night. Push yourself to do something and go through your dreams, your goals!.

Somehow I found it provocative. (PicSource: google images)

Delhi Holds Chinese Plans For Calcutta Buddhist Ceremony | LOOKEAST

SAMAYETA KANJILAL The winds of peace seems to be blowing after the Doklam stand–off and China seems to be using its Buddhist diplomacy to make a break. Probably for the first time the Chinese embassy in Kolkata has pitched for a two days conference on Chinese Buddhist travellers like Huen Tsan

Source: Delhi Holds Chinese Plans For Calcutta Buddhist Ceremony | LOOKEAST