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7 Classical Oldest Language Of The World!

Language is a medium of communication come to form well back 1,00,000 years.The first spoken form of language hasn't still accounted and don't exist in the world,since ancient language don't have written script.Justifying first language of the earth merely impossible.Even accounting first language is difficult,but we can find some of the treasure language of the earth.Civilization developed along with this classical language of the world. Worlds is always fond of 7, the most powerful 7 classical language of the world.They are treasure of the world.Everyone has a duty to protect the treasure of world.Some of the early existed language even before these classical languages got extended form the world. 7 Classical Treasure Language of the World: Greek: Language Family: Indo-European Writing System: Greek alphabet Civilization: Greek Civilization. Standard forms/Dialects: Demotic/14 dialects Origin: Beyond 3000 BC(Believed to still more than 5000BC) Native Speaker: >15.2 mil

Religious Socialism: is this really a socialism?

The rise of global inequality causing superstructure to undergo a change on economical stand. It's not a sudden change in super structure but across the previous century we can find many such incidents of superstructure inheriting or calming principles of socialism. The main superstructure claiming the principles of socialism is religion.Our question raises after claims of Pope Francis. Religious Socialism: Even Thousands of religion across the globe,our point of discussion going to be only two junior most religion's Christianity and Islam. Our defense against these claims is to bring the oppressed class from the clutches of oppressors to the path of scientific socialism. Christianity Socialism Claim: Two Years  ago a claim for socialism came from the head of 1.2 billion people, Pope Francis. His claim was "I can only say that the communists have stolen our flag. The flag of the poor is Christian. Poverty is at the center of the Gospel,". Is it so communism or social

Lost Pages Of Indian History: Ghadar Party!!!

Over 60 years of Indian Independence adored and cherished Gandhi & Congress men as veteran of the Freedom struggle. We never took the intention to respect the fellow persons who lost their lives in the freedom struggle. Our history books even forget to print a line about this movement's contribution to Independence. Let's take a moment to honor such a person in the hundred years of their movement. A movement started outside India even decades before Netaji to revolt against the British Imperial rule. Ghadar Movement started on early 1913 by the migrated Punjabi Indians in U.S & Canada. During pre-World War I many commonwealth nations accepted Punjabi's due to their loyalty to the British empire. Ghadar party was formerly pacific ocean Hindustan association formed by Har Dayal. The situation in Canada And U.S were reverse a restriction imposed for South Asian Migration. Ghadar means revolt or rebellion. A Ghadar movement was started with an intention of revolutionary

Appraisal System:21st Centuries Exploitation System!!!

In the post 1991 period of the technology revolution and the raise of new liberal policies gave way to many new business management concepts. Jack Welch,a former anti-employee CEO of GE, was the one who formalized the most exploitative concept of 21th century in the appraisal system. In 1980's Welch introduced a concept to exploit employees in new way know as 'Stack Ranking' or 'Forced Ranking' or 'rank or yank' or 'Forced distribution' or 'Bell Curve' or 'Vitality Curve' etc. It's new concept that introduced to increase competitive environment, Increase production, divide workers unity, In equal distribution of wages, enable firing with poor performer, reduced overall wage rates, Changed work culture and wipe social security.      The system is implemented by all major corporate across the globe. In India, all new age corporate follow this appraisal concept. During the 20th century, across the globe there was a problem for corpor

International Women's Day: Lost Significance and Lost History!!!

"Women ''- a complete symbol of social oppression by caste, religion, capitalist exploiters and male chauvinism from thousands of years. Every year women celebrate International Women's day on March 8 as a symbol of joy and fun. The first "International Women's Day" was held on March 8, 1914. As the years passed, women were blacked out from knowing the true history and sacrifice of thousands of women for liberation and to celebrate the first international women's day. Actually, it's the day for working women to come together and raise their voice for women's rights. It's been more than 90 years now since the first International Women's day was celebrated. Today, women's day has lost its political and social importance. To know the value of women's day, it's necessary to know the complete history and the reason for celebrating International Women's Day.  History           International Women’s day started in the early 20

"International Workers Day/May Day:History and Significance!!!"

May 1 or May day many would identify it just as a predetermined holiday. Even though many would plan their vacation and fun time, It's not the mistake of you and me. Our history never gave us the real taste of the workers movement and significance of May day. A Historic day in every working class movement but lost its significance over the years due to improper awareness about the day.  Let’s look into the history of the importance of May day. May day is celebrated as International workers day in remembrance with Haymarket Affair, Chicago 1986. May 1 was declared as international workers day by the second International in 1890. Chicago workers were first to organize an 8 hours worker movement during the Haymarket affair. History:  The first of May was originally celebrated by pagans throughout Europe as the beginning of summer, which was recognized as a day of fertility (both for the first spring planting and sexual intercourse). A maypole was often erected for young women and men