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Safoora and UAPA | The Politindia
Greetings, With accordance to our recent article on Safoora Zargar, we present you a briefed video on the outlandish case of Safoora which exasperated the students and young activists. Safoora Zargar, a student of the Jamia Millia Islamia University in Delhi and member of the Jamia Coordination Committee, was arrested in a case on the February riots in Delhi. She was arrested in April under the anti-terror law UAPA in a case related to communal violence in northeast Delhi during protests against the Citizenship Amendment. There is much more to the prosecution's 'humanitarian grounds' concession leading to Safoora Zargar's bail than a large-hearted state. Article by Navyanjali Bajaj Link: https://thepolitindia.wixsite.com/thepolitindia/safoora-and-uapa Scriptwriter: Kaumudi Malik Voice Actors: Savir Singh; Yashvit Danani Audio Artist: Satwik Anand Video Editors: Satwik Anand; Vineet Pratap Singh
Analysis of the PM CARES Fund | The Politindia
Greetings, After India reported its first case of COVID'19 in India on 30 January 2020, the worry has emerged among the crowd. As India faced high destructive loss in it's financial and economic sectors along with huge unemployment issues, the government decided to launch the PM CARES fund to combat this situation. But has the fund de-stress lives? Is the donated money under good/bad influence? Has it emerged as a helper for the communities? Or is this money really used for the serious welfare of the people? Does the PM really CARE? To unlock these perplexing questions watch our third video on the "Analysis on PM-CARES fund" . . . . . Writer: Ishika Lohani; check out the article, link in our bio. Scriptwriter: Harshil Dey Voice Actors: Bhaskar Dwivedi and Savir Singh Audio Editor: Satwik Anand Video Editors: Gautam Agarwal, Abhishek Samaddder and Vineet . . . . Tags: #pmcaresfund #pmoindia #narendramodi #rti
Boycott or a Backfire | The Politindia
Amid high tensions with the Chinese forces along the LAC, the Indian government took several measures meant to reduce the Chinese influence in the Indian markets and economy. A long list of Chinese-based applications was banned including some biggies like TikTok, UC Browser, etc for the Indian users. Tenders were quashed that included business with Chinese companies and a surge in demand for complete boycott of Chinese products are being seen amongst Indians. But the question is can India really afford to 'boycott China'? Will this help us grow or is it just another blunder by the hands of our government? . . . Article by: Rounak Tandon; article’s link in bio Scriptwriter: Harshil Dey Voice Actors: Savir Singh, Yashvit Danani, Audio Editor: Aryaman Sethi Video Editors: Satwik Anand
Cryptic Fate of India | The Politindia
In accordance to our recent article titled 'Cryptic Fate of India', we are delighted to present to you a video explanation for the same. The most important feature of cryptocurrency is that it is not controlled by any central authority. The decentralized nature of the blockchain makes cryptocurrencies theoretically immune to the old ways of government control and interference. Cryptocurrency made the leap from being an academic concept to becoming virtual reality with the creation of Bitcoin in 2009. Bitcoin offers an efficient means of transferring money over the internet and is controlled by a decentralized network with a transparent set of rules, thus presenting an alternative to central bank-controlled fiat money. A cryptocurrency that aspires to become part of the mainstream financial system would have to satisfy very divergent criterias. While that possibility looks remote, there is little doubt that Bitcoin's success or failure in dealing with the challenges it faces may determine the fortunes of other cryptocurrencies in the years ahead. Bitcoin and other digital currencies have been touted as alternatives to fiat money. But what gives any type of currency value? Will these alternative currencies eventually supplant conventional currencies and become as ubiquitous as dollars and euros someday? Or are cryptocurrencies a passing fad that will flame out before long? What advantage will India get by banning Cryptocurrency? Will it improve the economy of the nation? The answers lie in this video. Article by Kushagra Yadav Scriptwriter: Esther Saslit Jena Voice Actors: Yashvit Danani and Shivi Singh Audio Artist: Satwik Anand Video Editors: Kushagra Yadav and Vineet Pratap Singh Article’s link: https://thepolitindia.wixsite.com/thepolitindia/cryptic-fate-of-india Website: https://thepolitindia.wixsite.com/thepolitindia Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepolitindia/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepolitindia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/thepolitindia
India's re-election to the UNSC | The Politindia
Greetings, Since the very beginning, India has been a part of the United Nations and now, with its re- election in the UNSC after a leap of 6 years, India will get a platform to delegate with five of the world's greatest dominators. Beginning January 2021, India will be participating in making core decisions and in addressing issues of global importance. This term will safeguard India's interests and level up her position to reach new heights. Apart from striving for global welfare and consolidation of foreign policies, will India be able to attain some ulterior motive? Will this two-year term grant India her impending desire since post-independence? Is she all set to stand up and secure a place among the Permanent-5? To know more about the same, check out our latest video. Video by Abhishek Samaddar and Tejassvi Chopraa. Voice Acting by Yashvit Danani and Abhishek Samaddar. . . . Instagram: instagram.com/thepolitindia Facebook: facebook.com/thepolitindia Twitter: twitter.com/thepolitindia Website: https://thepolitindia.wixsite.com/thepolitindia
OPERATION BLUESTAR: A Sanguanary Campaign
India has unfortunately had to witness a large number of instances which involved the blood of our own countrymen being shed in the name of religion. One such devastating example of communal warfare in this country includes the incidents that took place around the 1970s and shaped the political and social scenario of the state of Punjab in such a way that a movement solely meant for improving the status of people belonging to a specific religion led to them demanding for a separate Sikh country. These demands and the events occurring around them resulted in the killing of a large number of innocent people. With the Indira Gandhi-led Congress government then launching revolutionary state- wide repression to control the situation, the forces further witnessed unrelenting resistance and protest. To know more about this sanguinary campaign, the subsequent measures taken by the government and their tragic consequences the country faced, watch our latest video on Operation Bluestar.