Legends always take the back seat. EAM S. Jaishankar at 78th UNGA

External Affairs Minister, S. Jaishankar, sitting almost at the last row of the United Nations General Assembly. The Foreign Minister is representing The Republic of India at the United Nations 78th General Assembly Session.

All Indians and many people including journalists, experts, and analysts were excited about his speech at the UNGA. 

His speech covered various topics including the Goal of India to become a "Vishwa Mitra" a friend of the world, the achievements of India at successfully conducting the G20 Summit in New Delhi, India's readiness to help countries and people all over the world in need to help, expansion of the United Nations Security Council, Application of rules to all nations equally, distribution of Power, equal representation, etc.

The minister also pointed out that terrorism, extremism, and violence are a threat to global security and India is taking every possible action to counter.

The minister has also pressed on the expansion of the Security Council and warned that the United Nations should have equal representation if it wants to keep its status as a credible organization.

EAM Jaishankar did not comment on the recent Diplomatic row with Canada.

Title: "Legends of the Back Benches: Unraveling the Mystique of the Student Rebels"

In the hallowed halls of every school and college, there exists a peculiar breed of students. They are the ones who consistently occupy the back benches of the classroom, perpetually tempting fate and thumbing their noses at convention. Yes, we're talking about the legends of the back benches - the rebels, the mavericks, the rule-breakers. They are often misunderstood, but there's more to them than meets the eye.

**1. The Great Escape Artists**

Backbenchers are known for their incredible ability to vanish into thin air just as the teacher turns around to catch them in the act. They've mastered the art of slipping out of class unnoticed and reappearing just in time for the bell to ring. Rumor has it that some backbenchers even have secret tunnels leading directly to the cafeteria.

**2. The Masters of Innovation**

The backbenchers are the true inventors of the classroom. They come up with ingenious contraptions to pass notes, share snacks, or even create makeshift entertainment systems. You'll often find them crafting origami masterpieces or fashioning weapons of mass distraction out of erasers and rubber bands.

**3. The Social Architects**

While the front benchers may be the teacher's pet, the backbenchers are the social architects of the class. They organize the most epic gossip sessions, plan clandestine operations, and have an uncanny ability to forge alliances that can rival any medieval kingdom. If you need the latest scoop on who's dating whom, just ask a backbencher.

**4. The Philosophers of the Playground**

Contrary to popular belief, backbenchers are not always disinterested in academics. Many of them are budding philosophers. They spend their time pondering life's deep questions, like why the cafeteria serves mystery meat on Fridays or whether algebra is secretly a form of torture.

**5. The Masters of Distraction**

Backbenchers have an innate talent for turning any lesson into an impromptu comedy show. Their well-timed wisecracks, humorous doodles, and contagious laughter can transform even the dullest subject into a memorable experience. Who needs stand-up comedians when you have backbenchers in the room?

**6. The Future Leaders**

Believe it or not, some of the most influential people in the world were once backbenchers. From Steve Jobs to Albert Einstein, these rebels often possess a streak of creativity and non-conformity that sets them apart. They march to the beat of their drum and change the world in the process.

**7. The Guardians of Tradition**

Backbenchers are the keepers of time-honored traditions. They ensure that the age-old practice of passing notes during class, swapping lunches, and challenging authority continues to thrive. In a world that's constantly changing, they provide a comforting sense of nostalgia.

In conclusion, backbenchers are not mere troublemakers; they are the life and soul of any classroom. They inject fun, spontaneity, and a touch of rebellion into the monotony of education. So, the next time you see a backbencher, don't judge them too quickly. They might just be the legends in the making, destined to leave an indelible mark on the world.



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