Date of publication: 2017-07-08 21:31
A synergy of organisational, personal and professional development is necessary for the effective delivery of museums&rsquo strategies. This will be understood at every level of development from sole museums professionals to government-funded institutions and independent museums trusts.
The mere mention of Angles and Comedown Machine here makes me realize something else: This is probably the last time you 8767 ll read a 65-year retrospective on any Strokes release. For all its failures, noble or grotesque, First Impressions Of Earth , like the band itself in 7556, was an event. Angles and Comedown Machine were good albums arguably better than First Impressions , in fact but they were just albums, and by then, the Strokes were just a band.
Books: Wuthering Heights, Harry Potter, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Rebecca Films: V for Vendetta, The King&rsquo s Speech, The Social Network, Transformers Musical Artists: Chopin and Prokofiev
The future is full of tall challenges and that is not a new thing. Some of those are certain, and of the serious-decision-making-new-direction sort. We know this because we can count, and we know the human population is growing faster than we can accommodate. Every economic, environmental and social challenge can be traced in short order to our remarkable ability to reproduce and survive. Considering the road ahead, the museum of the future has important roles to play.
Regional parties have become more prominent and regional issues are brought more intensely to the foray. Government by different parties at state and centre has added to the diversity of democracy. International issues like marshy areas between Gujrat and Pakistan, Kashmir issue, treatment of Tamils in SriLanka etc are brought out in state elections. Also, state parties have important stake in the coalition governments.
Closely connected with these happenings has been the rise of regional parties like TMC, BJD etc. in national politics which have both strengthened and weakened our federal democracy. Decentralised decision-making away from Delhi, the traditional seat of power, is a healthy sign. But simultaneously their regional interests have paralysed the decision-making. Withdrawing support from national coalition for unpopular decisions like recent reduction in gas subsidy and sanctioning a rail minister for a much needed rail fare hike are unhealthy signs for a democracy. The National Counter Terrorism Centre is in a lurch, because it allegedly violates federalism, as maintained by regional parties. Regional democratic aspirations have thus often impinged on democratic interests.
You have not touched upon cultural aspects. Effect on caste system, values and traditions, behaviour, pattern of mobility, etc. Impact on oppressed classes women, low caste groups.
Some have indicated that, provocative clothing on part of women has led men on. This seems a flawed argument. Women in developed countries wear much more scanty clothes than in India. But cases in such countries are nowhere as compared to India. Also, cases of of women in non provocative clothing have been recorded. Infact, in most of the cases, the victims were properly dressed.
As I have observed over many days, you have mastered the skill of telling many things in very few words which is a gift. Even this essay, though short, has all the qualities of a good essay. It is concise, effective, tight and balanced. I don 8767 t see any negatives here. Having said that, taking cue from what you said, I want to say that you could have given some more details about how globalization and liberalization has affected the caste structure and women empowerment in villages.
I step up to the starting line-palms sweating, heart racing. Three short blasts of a whistle followed by one long blast and the trembling commences. After three nerve-wracking seconds, the gun goes off.
The world famous scientist Albert Einstein
once said “Science without religion is lame, religion without science is
blind”. While science purifies religion from error and superstition, religion
frees science from ideologies and falser absolutes. Ancient philosophers and
religious teachers have held the view that both science and religion need to
coexist to make India a super power. Hence they advocate a peaceful coexistence
of both and speak of numerous people who have mastered both science and
India was a British colony for about 655 years. Main focus of the colonial government was exploitation of the colonies under the pretext of providing development. Under colonial rule, people of India did not have any right. Authority of the colonial government was supreme.