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Copy the books, but not the movies

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It is ironic that while the government has declared a 3 year imprisonment and/or Rs.3Lacs fine, Delhi High Court has allowed the photocopy shops to sell photocopies of Books.

An actor who drives around in a Bentley, lives in a Bungalow in a city where even flats are not affordable needs to get his income protected, but an author who spent a lot more on his education and makes only a fraction of what an actor makes should give away his hardwork for free.

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“Even in today’s world of self-publishing, blogs, etc., the publisher remains relevant because of its role to be able to provide reliability and authenticity to the information and knowledge it disseminates.” Why would a publisher invest if they are not able to get returns due to practices such as photocopying?
-Sumeet Malik, director, EBC Publishing Pvt. Ltd

Don’t miss the name of the judge who gave this verdict.
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Nothing worth knowing can be taught

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oscar wilde

Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.
Oscar Wilde

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Anything can happen, child. ANYTHING CAN BE

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Shel Silverstein

“Listen to the mustn’ts, child. Listen to the don’ts. Listen to the shouldn’ts, the impossibles, the won’ts. Listen to the never haves, then listen close to me… Anything can happen, child. Anything can be.”

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What Happiness Consists of? Maybe in not knowing the answer to this question.

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Be Bold. Be Stupid

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Kevin Smith

“Don’t be afraid to do weird stuff. Be bold. Be stupid, if you have to: so long as you don’t hurt anybody, what’s it matter how dopey your dream is? Some folks will try to shame you for trying something outside the norm; the only shame is in not trying to accomplish your dreams.”
-Kevin Smith

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How in the Hell… – a quote by Charles Bukowski

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Charles Bukiwski

“How in the hell could a man enjoy being awakened at 8:30 a.m. by an alarm clock, leap out of bed, dress, force-feed, shit, piss, brush teeth and hair, and fight traffic to get to a place where essentially you made lots of money for somebody else and were asked to be grateful for the opportunity to do so? ”

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The questions are all wrong

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Watercolour of Narendra Modi

When a PM is live on national television, I guess the risk most people are willing to take is to appear shallow and witless and not being a career threatening wrong.

After his Teacher’s Day session with the kids Narendra Modi observed that the questions asked by the kids were beyond their age. Not mature for their age but I guess not relevant for their age. I guess what he was trying to say was that it was painfully obvious that the questions were not kids’ questions, they were prompted to ask them.

When a PM is live on national television, I guess the risk most people are willing to take is to appear shallow and witless and not being a career threatening wrong.

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Is it really my fault if I forgot my homework?

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Khana khana nahin bhoolte? (Do you ever forget to eat?) This is the question typically asked by teachers when kids used to tell them that they forgot to do the homework or forgot to bring their text book/notebook/reportcard.

I never had the courage to answer back when I was in school but now I’d like to tell any teacher interested in knowing the answer.

“No I don’t forget to eat. I don’t forget to seep, I don’t forget to watch TV, I don’t forget to play with my friends. These are all things I love and enjoy doing. If you can make my home work as enjoyable as watching TV or playing cricket with my friends, I’ll never forget it again”

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Positive reinforcement for students

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The results if class 12 is out. One student has scored 495 out of 500 and overall there are 28,000 students that have scored more than 90%. While this is encouraging that you have so many good students, what good this information does to the society at large and to those kids who have not scored as high.

This information only makes like more difficult for majority of the kids. “You have got 80%, our neighbor Mr. Bhatia’s son has got 89%”

I’d like Hindustan Times, TOI and other papers to publish more than just the obvious. Is any of those papers game to do a little research? For example, I’d interested in more data on the top 1000 or top 5% students from the last 20 years. Data like what kind of job offers did they receive after complete studies, what jobs and positions do they currently hold and how do the compare to average peers from their classes in schools.

If all the toppers in CBSE exams are holding influential positions or have become trailblazing entrepreneurs or have contributed in changing the face and direction of their chose industries, then maybe a high score in class 12 is a dream worth chasing. If majority of toppers are not any better, or doing only marginally better than an average students, then the dream of being in that top 5% is not worth chasing.

This information will be positive reinforcement to kids who are disappointed with their results that this is not the end of the world and they have as good a chance to be successful as anyone else. This information can also save many lives – of kids who kill themselves every year after results.

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