About Fida

I AM UMMUL FIDA COMPLETED BA.LL.B(5 YEAR) FROM KERALA LAW ACADEMY LAW COLLEGE, TRIVANDRUM. PRESENTLY UNDERGOING LAW ASSOCIATE TRAINING AT BIZ AND LEGIS, ERNAKULAM.

Malala Yousafzai speaks at United Nations

Malala Yousafzai speaks at United Nations for Human rights

malala-at-United-NationsMalala Yousafzai an individual to be honored by every single sole on earth for her early activism and courage. Malala the young girl from Pakistan spoke at UN General Assembly on Malala day (i.e. on 12th July) raising her voice against illiteracy, poverty and terrorism. Her words were thought provoking to gathering giving a new line to education activism. Malala mention herself not as a girl shot by Taliban but the education activist who knows the importance of light as she has seen the darkness.

United Nations declared July 12 as Malala Day

Malala Yousafzai born on 12 July 1997 at swath valley became a known character when she wrote a blog under pseudonym for the BBC, about the life of children under Taliban rule, and her movement at swat for inspiring the female children to acquire education which called for danger to her life on October 9th 2012, when she was shot by Taliban. Malala after her recovery from Queen Elizabeth Hospital in UK spoke to the world on Malala day at UN sharing her thought and ideas inspiring the world by her words. The girl who is inspired by the great legends like Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Muhammad Ali Jinnah Gandhi, Bacha Khan and Mother Teresa spoke about her views on non violence and existence of a peaceful state. She also highlighted about the poverty in Africa, terrorism in Pakistan and Afghanistan, extremism in Nigeria, child labor in India and Poverty, ignorance, injustice, racism and the deprivation of basic rights are the main problems, faced by both men and women and theses situation can be changed only through the spread of education, And the global education policy 2015 will be support to this.

Malala at the age of 16 has achieved numerous numbers of national and International Award and also honoring by different entities. She is also youngest nominee for Nobel Prize in history. 12th July was declared as Malala day by UN General Secretary Ban ki- Moon  supporting her to fight for education and describing her as the “global symbol” to achieve the same.

The phrase enlightening Malala day, “the day of every woman, every boy and every girl who has raised their voice for rights” and the last quote “let us pick up our books and our pens; they are the most powerful weapons. One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world” by her calling the people out in universe flourished the youthfulness in young blood to resolute for right education.

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Food bill 2013 to provide food security in India: a new phrase

IndiaIndia being a country with second highest population and enumerable resource and technology making sate fall in the category of the developing nations, still has not able to provide the basic human facility to the people out. From the first five year plan onwards, one of the main agenda was eradicating poverty which is not yet attained even when we are celebrating the 64th year of independence. One of the fundamental issue faced by majority of individual in our country was lack of proper nutritious food due the poverty existing and hike in price for basic substances due to scarcity of resources, which was due to improper utilization resources. The food security bill is initiated with an entitlement program, right to food which can be interpreted as a part of right to equality and right to freedom of speech. This bill aims at not only to provide a satisfactory effect of hunger but also to address the issue of malnutrition in the country. Malnutrition is an issue that is considerably faced by our nation, if not properly dealt with, will make our leaders to bow with shame for not evolving apt solution.

This bill can be assistance to many problems faced by normal people of our state, if the act is properly implemented and benefited out of this. The food bill will provide cheap food grain to 67% of the country’s population, giving color to human life. This act will enable adequate quality of food at their affordable cost to people to live a life with dignity and for connected matters.

This act has obviously brought dreams to common man. Being one among them a question arises in my thought is this fake phrase taken to gain confidence of people by the government in last year ruling or will we be able to taste fruit of this act? This question will be answered when the letters of the act comes to life of the needy.

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Apple found to be guilty for eBook price fixing

apple-guilty-eBookApple the multinational corporation known for its emerging technology and having 82% of market share for tablet computer is found guilty of fixing prices on eBooks in its iTunes store. Denise cote the district judge gave the verdict. The issue was mainly due to price-fixing which was primarily agreed upon in order to drive-up profit at the expense of free competition.

“The plaintiffs have shown that the publisher defendants conspired with each other to eliminate retail price competition in order to raise eBooks prices, and that Apple played a central role in facilitating and executing that conspiracy,” said Cote in the 159-page decision.

This decision has brought a dark mark on the reputation of apple calling upon other legal issues. Apple has replied to decision by taking decision of filing an appeal against it as they call it false accusations.

In 2010 when the apple made its entry to the market with eBooks it brought innovation and competition among the existing. This considerably helped in increasing the reading habits even in fast moving society but slowly started with price hike in eBooks which was initially less, it was a business tack to adapt a community in addiction to eBooks which will later not affect the market if there is increase in price. The decision was victory for millions of consumers who choose to read books electronically and to pay damages for the act done.

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