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Mahatma Gandhi: Life of Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi, or Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, was born at Porbandar in Gujarat, on October 2, 1869. His father was the Dewan of the Porbandar State. Early Life and Career: He married Kasturba when he was only thirteen. He was very truthful from his boyhood days. He went to England to be a barrister. He did not do well as a lawyer.In South Africa he began a movement against the British rulers. In India too he ledthe freedom movement and at last won independence in 1947. Non-violence and Gandhism: Gandhiji believed in non-violence and love. He was against untouchability and all sorts of injustice in society. He lived a saintly life and suffered a lot to see truth triumph. His heart bled for the poor and the oppressed. He said that all men were equal. He wanted them all to live in peace. He dreamed of a Ram Rajya where everybody would live in peace. He was against the modern civilization. Instead, he wanted his countrymen to live in the villages. His philosophy and deed are so great that …

Bye bye Java: It’s time for Indian IT institutions to let go of outdated coding languages

Today, the $150 billion Indian IT services industry makes for 9.5% of the country’s GDP and employs 3.7 million people across the world. However, the shortage of skilled employees has become a major obstacle for the sector. recent Aspiring Minds study stated that an alarming 95% of engineers in India are unfit for high-level programming jobs. This comes at a time when clients’ demands are evolving rapidly and to keep pace with that, companies need to focus on innovation.Indian IT education, thus, desperately needs to evolve, beginning with the kinds of programming languages taught early on.

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Mahatma Gandhi: Life of Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi, or Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, was born at Porbandar in Gujarat, on October 2, 1869. His father was the Dewan of the Porbandar State. Early Life and Career: He married Kasturba when he was only thirteen. He was very truthful from his boyhood days. He went to England to be a barrister. He did not do well as a lawyer.In South Africa he began a movement against the British rulers. In India too he ledthe freedom movement and at last won independence in 1947. Non-violence and Gandhism: Gandhiji believed in non-violence and love. He was against untouchability and all sorts of injustice in society. He lived a saintly life and suffered a lot to see truth triumph. His heart bled for the poor and the oppressed. He said that all men were equal. He wanted them all to live in peace. He dreamed of a Ram Rajya where everybody would live in peace. He was against the modern civilization. Instead, he wanted his countrymen to live in the villages. His philosophy and deed are so great that …