Don’t take law into your own hands
The tendency to use violence at the slightest provocation and thus to solve personal and general problems is growing among people in our society. This is not a civilized way of dealing with the problems. Violence solves no problem; it must be shunned. Nowadays, people think that they have the solution to every program and that is through violence.
If all solutions were as easy as violence then why would there be so many laws and courts to give justice to the aggrieved? Taking a mutual decision in personal matters is alright but interrupting in matters that are court matters is not correct. We have seen people giving their opinion on different matters which they do not even know about. If all decisions could be taken by public opinion then there would be no need of courts. Lawyers hold their position only because of their knowledge of the law and the capability to differentiate between lawful and unlawful practices. These days even the public who catch a criminal red-handed do not wait for the police to arrive but start beating him on spot which sometimes even lead to death of the person. In these cases, the police miss out on the criminals’ statement and cannot punish him as per the law. Even the police undertake to encounter criminals who could have been arrested and presented to the court for judgement. By doing this they think of the fame that they would get for being active and bringing justice to the people.
People these days are provoked quite easily and without giving a second thought tend to start fighting with each other. Also some people do not inform the police because they do not want to get into the formalities of reporting and attending court on the hearing days. But if this is how it continues then the law and order of the country would be completely disturbed.
Anniversary of the Fine Arts Club
The Fine Arts Club of our school celebrated its tenth anniversary in a grand manner. The event witnessed the presence of distinguished artists including Pt. Jasraj, Hariprasad Chaurasia and the veteran Kathak dancer Shovana Narayan. The audience was enthralled by their mesmerizing compositions.
The start of the event was marked by the lighting of diyas by our Principal. This was followed by the felicitation of our guests with a bouquet which was presented by the student council. It was special because the members of the art and craft department of the Fine Arts Club had made it by collecting flowers from our own garden. The entire day was lined up with different events followed by an art showcase by our students. The first event was a welcome dance by the club members followed by a performance by Shovana Narayan. Shovana Narayan’s graceful movements were a delight to watch. Next up was a speech by the President of the club who congratulated all the students and members on the completion of 10 successful years of the club. She expressed how she was hit by the idea of this club and the immense support that the Principal, teacher and students gave her. Next speaker was the teacher coordinator of the club who gave a slide show presentation of many activities undertaken for a noble cause.
The guests came up to speak a few motivational words and commended the efforts taken by the school. The event was covered by the Times of India. The function ended with two lilting songs by Shambu, a class 10th student of your school. The Principal gave a vote of thanks to the guests and the audience.
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