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MyIndMakers is a New Age Media Company established in 2015 to enable the exchange of Global Ideas and Solutions. It is a place to argue and dissect status quo and an Interactive Zone built to inspire EVERYONE to contribute to public life.
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Historic movements are unpolished ideas to begin with; eventually great nations are built on durable and sustainable ideas, and ultimately greater civilizations survive on ideas that can be debated threadbare. MyIndMakers will scrutinize and disseminate these ideas, churn new ones as by-products and present solutions to each and every aspect of day to day existence. 

MyIndMakers is not only a platform for debate but also an an avid supporter for positive change around the world. MyIndMakers is founded with the firm belief that Democracy, Innovation and Spirituality shall remain the bulwarks against poverty and ignorance. 

United States of America, as the worlds first and most efficient democracy and India as the largest and most complex, have so much to offer to the rest of the Listening and Aspiring world. MyIndMakers believes that everyone has the ability to change the world. And change comes only when ideas are put to test and debated. 

We encourage you to write, contribute, post comments and to join us in the search for great minds ! 

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For Pakistan it was never about “pro-Azad Kashmir”, it was always about “anti-India”. Kashmir has become the precious candy that Pakistan keeps putting in the mouth of its citizens so that they stop questioning successive Pakistani Governments about their failure. - See more at: https://www.myind.net/truth-about-kashmirs-aazadi-and-lies-pakistan#.dpuf
This story of Kashmir is about the Pakistani lies woven around “Azaadi” and “Plebiscite”, and it started with the decision of implementing two nation theory, which meant division of British India into Muslim majority Pakistan and Union of India. The map, shown above, is of British India with all the princely states shown in pink-
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Podcast 80.0: Kashmir on the boil, Scorpene Leaks, Jain Muni and Surrogacy Law

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On Maj. Dhyan Chand's birth anniversary -Read an excellent profile of The Wizard of Hockey by Raghuram Amperayani
The XXXI Olympiad being held currently in Rio de Janeiro 2016 (5th August - 21st August) is moving towards the business end.
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Despite Successful Stories female representation in Politics still a far-fetched dream writes Aparna Patwardhan

Women’s representation in the Lok Sabha in a country of 125 crores is a meager 12% with just 66 seats of the 543 seats. Representation in the Legislative Assemblies across India is worse, with the national average being a poor 9%. Some states have no representation whatsoever.

The Congress party, which is the single largest opposition party, has 44 seats in the Lok Sabha today. Despite their small presence they are known to create a ruckus over the smallest of issues. But even with a higher number at 66 seats in the Lok Sabha, women have not even made a whimper for the elusive 33% reservation for women in Parliament. They have glue on their feet.

A serious outcome of the exclusion and under-representation of women in decision-making positions is an intellectual power gap and poor policy-making. When Sudha Murthy, of the Infosys Foundation, talks of her experience as the only female student in her college and of her college having no ladies’ toilet in her time, we admire her courage and passion to pursue Engineering. An underlying problem is overlooked, which is that if women had been policy-makers and had political power in those times, toilet-building would not be the focus of the present government today. We would have achieved that goal decades ago and had the luxury today of setting other goals.

The contributions of women activists and elected representatives are essential to build a strong and vibrant society. Women are more committed to promoting policies that address the socio-economic and political challenges facing women, children and disadvantaged groups. It is a demonstrated fact that women are particularly effective in promoting honest & accountable governments. Women are strongly committed to peace building, reconstruction and reconciliation efforts. Therefore, they can mitigate conflicts or stop conflicts before they begin. Wherever gender empowerment is higher, human rates of development and standards of living are also higher which implies that women participation can bring positive changes in infrastructure, education, healthcare, access to safe water, housing etc.

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“Every country deserves to have the best possible leader and that means that women have to be given a chance to compete. If they’re never allowed to compete in the electoral process then the countries are really robbing themselves of a great deal of talent.” – Madeline Albright, the first woman US Secretary of State
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This Indus Water Treaty was one amongst the list of major blunders committed by Jawaharlal Nehru writes Sona Roy.

Last few days there has been a lot of media debate about scrapping this treaty which has been grossly unfair to India and has no clause of exit mentioned. However there are certain points which India can use to its favor to abstain from complying with the treaty and ask for re-negotiations. But we should also remember that stopping Indus water means India needs huge storage facilities, do we have them ready? What India can do are things like release excess water from Salal hydro project or the opposite, but any such step would even make Nepal and Bangladesh feel threatened as both are on the upstream. India is allowed to build storage facilities of 3.6 million acre feet on western rivers which has not been built yet.
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Podcast 82.0: A Conversation With Dr. David Frawley by MyIndMakers on #SoundCloud
Aadit Kapadia, Pramod Kumar Buravalli and Sunanda Vashisht talk to Dr. David Frawley in this special Myind Podcast. They discuss the evolution of Hinduism in America, his journey from Dr David Frawley to Pandit Vamdeva Shastri. They also discuss the leftist intellectuals in India and their current battle of ideologies. This was followed by a discussion on politics in India and a discussion on Indic faiths.
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An Open letter to Malala
https://www.myind.net/open-letter-malala
Dear Nobel Laureate Malala, Let me begin by saying that your grit and courage is an inspiration to all young girls worldwide who yearn for an education but are denied it by religious fundamentalism. I also think that you are yet too young and not well-informed on all political matters across the world.
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Podcast 79.0 India at Olympics and Rajiv Gandhi's Legacy by MyIndMakers on #SoundCloud
Aadit Kapadia, Sunanda Vashisht and Pramod Kumar Buravalli discuss Sakshi Malik's and PVSindhu's spectacular achievements at the Rio Olympics. The need to concentrate on 10-15 sports that India is historically very good at for the future. We discuss the bonafide decisions and in decisions of PM Rajiv Gandhi on his birthday. His endearing & overbearing legacy. We finally discuss the news of the week and provide recommendations for reading and ...
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Podcast 75.0: Jihadist Attacks, Kashmir on the boil, Gujarat and Trump on the 'Menu' by MyIndMakers on #SoundCloud
Aadit Kapadia and Pramod Kumar Buravalli talk about the jihadist attacks all around the world, they also discuss Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention. Then a discussion on the Gujarat incident, Kashmir Valley’s unrest, Burhan Wani’s killing and the news that have dominated the past two weeks. Sunanda Vashisht joins in with a brief report from India on Kashmir.
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