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Anjali Jha

Why Tik-Tok should remain ban in India…

Recently, Indian government banned Tik-Tok along with 58 other Chinese apps. Whatever the government did was very good and there are many reasons why they did it. Tik-Tok is basically a source of entertainment which we can get from anywhere else, so why to give our details to Chinese government […]

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How television is affecting kids…

Now a days television become an important part of every child’s life. Children spend a lot of time sitting in front of TV. They see a number of programmes on the television and enjoy and learn a lot of things from it and sometimes this learning become a cause of […]

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Need to introduce sex education in school curriculum…

There are many cases which shows that Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) unwanted pregnancy and unsafe abortion are very common in youngsters. This is due to the insufficient knowledge which they get from media or by listening from here and there. So it is important to include sex education as a […]

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How Peer pressure influence our lives…

Peer pressure is the influence on people by their peers due to which people start following their opinions and lifestyles. It also refers to considering a person or his opinion above all and give him/her the priority. Peer pressure can be both positive and negative. Like if a person is […]

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The increasing trend of old age homes….

It is considered that taking care of the parents is the moral duty of the children. But in modern day the number and trend of old age homes are increasing day by day, which is not a good development. Parents, who bring us to this world, who educated us, always […]

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Marriage vs live-in relationships

Whether we see marriage or live-in relationships, it’s the love that bring two person together. Some people wants to explore that love and their partner, compatibility with them, without marriage so their live-in relationships come into place. Marriage is more legal and socially accepted form of relations between couples in […]

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Save Yourself from HIV/AIDS

India has the third largesr HIV epidemic in the world. In 2017, HIV prevalence among adults of age 15-49 was estimated 0.2%. The figure is small compared to most other middle income countries but becoz of India’s huge population this is equal to 2.1 million people who are suffering from […]

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Let’s go for a morning walk…

Now a days we are fully surrounded by psychological disorders, poor health, mental tension and many more problem. Today, our life has become a race where all of us are in a rush of doing one work or another. So in this busy life there are few people, who care […]

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Impact of social media on youth…

Social media became the part of life of today’s youth. They spend long hours on mobile and laptop using facebook, instagram, twitter, whatsapp or snapchat. Using these apps became the habit of youths in such a way that, they can even get off from it while they are in class […]

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Global warming…

Global warming is the ongoing rise of the average temperature of the Earth’s climate system due to greenhouse gases released as people burn fossil fuels. CAUSES OF GLOBAL WARMING Global warming causes due to increasing concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere mainly from human activities such as burning fossil […]

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World music day…

The music day is celebrated every year on June 21, over 120 countries including its country of origin France where it is known as ‘Fete de la Musique’ meaning ‘festival of music’ to honour both amateur and professional musicians. In cities across the word, musicians perform for free in public […]

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Effect of parent’s conflicts on children

We all know that due to parents conflicts children also suffer a lot. Then also it is necessary to know that how these conflicts are harmful for children so that these conflicts are properly addressed by parents or family. Any home is not free from conflicts pr arguments and every […]

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Gender stereotypes present in Indian cinema

Gendet stereotypes are present in every society. There are certain roles, behaviour, profession and even dresses which are defined for a particular sex. And if we talk about our film industry, it is also not free from gender stereotypes, infact it is highly gender stereotyped. If we see the plot […]

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Can robot replace human teachers?

With the advent of technology we ofteb heard that robot should teach in the schools. But if we think about this, is it really possible or justifiable to replace human teachers by robots. I think NO. In a classroom the role of the teacher is not to just teach the […]

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Self love is important

If someone ask you, name 5-10 people who you love the most, or 5-10 people who is in your priority. You will make a long list including your family, partner, relatives, friends etc but your own name is may be somewhere at the bottom or may not be even present […]

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Keep yourself healthy in this monsoon

As monsoon arrived at some places and in some places it is arriving in some days. Most of us love this season. The feeling of rain with hot pakoras and chutney is just awesome. But this monsoon season also come with a lot of diseases like cough and cold, malaria, […]

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World blood donor day

Every year world’s blood donor day is celebrated across the world on 14th June. This event is established in 2004 to raise awareness about the need of safe blood and blood products and to thank blood donors who voluntarily donate blood and giving life saving gifts to the patients. Transfusion […]

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Meditation: A happy pill to your life

In our lives we are surrounded by a lot of tensions of our career, of our studies and recently we are really stressed about global pandemic (Covid-19). So in this stressful time, it is necessary to keep your mind and body, calm and healthy. So one of the best way […]

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World Day against Child labour

If we see around us, we regularly see children on street selling balloons, small girls are working as maid in homes with their mother, in village children are working in field, some are working in factories which is very dangerous for them. So we can see there are many children […]

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