Dear all readers,
I hope you had a nice ‘HOLI’ this year. We wish you a happy, prosperous and colourful year ahead. This festival marks the end the complete year cycle on Earth as per Indian Calendar. As the Navratri is following soon after Holi, this epitomizes the power of Goddess Shera Maata which Indian people love to celebrate for a week worshipping the belief of her powers.
Recently in the bypoll elections results in the states of The Uttar Pradesh and Bihar Lok Sabha and Assembly put a handsome blow to the Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) on Wednesday, 14th March 2018. The party in Centre, which is in dominating power in both the states, lost four of the five seats in the bypoll including the Yogi’s stronghold Gorakhpur and Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya’s iron throne Phulpur seats in Uttar Pradesh. Former UP Chief Minister and Samajwadi Party’s Pivot Akhilesh Yadav thanked Mayawati of BSP for her support to party’s candidates in Phulpur and Gorakhpur. Fondly calling her ‘Buaji’ transpires a future Gathbandhan of SP and BSP in near future as they are quite confident to swipe off BJP from UP after this recent bypoll election.
Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP)’s new stronghold: Northeast India speaks a different story from the one we discussed above. After Assam and Arunachal Pradesh, BJP to form a government in Tripura, hung assembly in Meghalaya and Nagaland. The BJP will form the state government after marking a winning stamp on 45 seats in the 60 members Tripura Assembly. Though not in the majority in Nagaland, with NPP, it is most probable that BJP will form an alliance government. It will be incredible to see what Congress Party could do in Meghalaya as they have won a good number seats yet there is no seeming coalition from other parties for them. People of NE India has voted for education, good governance, policy implement, employment and overall development.
We, at Thousand Miles INC mourn the loss of Dr Prof. Stephen Hawking, a great theoretical physicist and researcher scientist who changed our perception regarding Black Hole. His best contribution is ‘Hawking Radiation’ regarding Black hole on the framework of General Relativity of Einstein. We will definitely miss you, Sir. May your soul rest in peace.
This issue we have dedicated to the theme of God and Religion as we believe our perception or our view matters. We have several articles on this issue introspecting this theme. We urge you all to go through the contents of the current issue and let us know what do you think. Your feedback is important to us. Keep supporting us!
From the Desk of Editor-in-chief