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karina Sharma

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Child labor

Child labour is a term you might have heard about in news or movies. It refers to a crime where children are forced to work from a very early age. It is like expecting kids to perform responsibilities like working and fending for themselves. There are certain policies which have put […]

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Need of afforestation

Afforestationrefers to the process of converting a non-forest land into a forest. Afforestation is highly important to maintain the biodiversity. India is an emerging or developing country whereas the controlling of Carbon emission is very much challenging for the policy makers. The main reason is that India needs much more […]

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Science and Superstitions

In this scientific era of many discoveries and inventions, science making the impossible possible with the blink of an eye, there’s no place for superstition. Science and superstitions are poles apart. Yet they are the two sides of the same coin unknown of their interdependence. Superstitions are self-imposed selfish beliefs, […]

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Explained snippets – This Word Means: Horse trading

This expression rushed back into currency as soon as it became clear that Karnataka had produced a hung Assembly on Tuesday. What is the political behaviour that it describes? The Cambridge Dictionary describes horse trading as shrewd, often difficult, discussions among people or organisations trying to make a business arrangement, […]

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Article 370 and removal of Kashmir’s special status: Devil lies in ways which Article 367(4) will now apply to Jammu and Kashmir

The Union Government passed a Presidential Order under Article 370 (1) of the Indian Constitution, to supersede the 1954 Presidential Order, which, along with several other Presidential Orders, specifies which provisions of India’s Constitution apply to Jammu and Kashmir. This Presidential Order is unique in that it lays out most […]

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The role of governor in India

The Governor of a State shall be appointed by the President by warrant under his hand and seal (Article 155). A person to be eligible for appointment as Governor should be citizen of India and has completed age of 35 years (Article157).The Governors of the states of India have similar powers and functions at the state level as that of the President […]

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We are what we eat

Many of us are raised with the common myth that we will become weak if we don’t eat fish or meat. But we can discredit this myth if we look at an elephant that not only survives on just leaves and branches but also thrives in good health. Many of […]

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Corruption as a Violation of International Human Rights

1 Statement of the Problem Corruption is high on the human rights and development docket. The UN General Assembly’s Agenda 2030 for sustainable development of 2015 asks all states to ‘substantially reduce corruption and bribery in all their forms’ and to return all stolen assets by 2030.1 In their official contributions […]

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Lockdown

The term is used for a prison protocol that usually prevents people, information or objects from leaving an area. The protocol can usually only be initiated by someone in a position of authority. A lockdown can also be used to protect people inside a facility or, for example, a computing system, […]

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Impact from social media

Social media are interactive computer-mediated technologies that facilitate the creation or sharing of information, ideas, career interests and other forms of expression via virtual communities and networks.The variety of stand-alone and built-in social media services currently available introduces challenges of definition; however, there are some common features: Social media are interactive Web 2.0Internet-based applications. User-generated […]

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Making Women empowerment

Women empowerment refers to making women powerful to make them capable of deciding for themselves. Women have suffered a lot through the years at the hands of men. In earlier centuries, they were treated as almost non-existent. As if all the rights belonged to men even something as basic as voting. As the […]

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Sweet are the Uses of Adversity”

When a man is doing well, he feels that the world is all good and pleasant. He hardly knows what suffering is or can be. Everything seems so rosy and cosy in life. But when one falls into adversity, one has to gird up his loins and face the realities, stand […]

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The unsung corona warriors

Despite odds and amid crises, farmers deliver produce. Today, farmers need government Burn down your cities and leave our farms, and your cities will spring up again as if by magic. But destroy our farms and the grass will grow in the streets of every city”.— William Jennings Bryan, ‘Cross of […]

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Child labour

Child labour is a term you might have heard about in news or movies. It refers to a crime where children are forced to work from a very early age. It is like expecting kids to perform responsibilities like working and fending for themselves. There are certain policies which have put […]

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What is Inequality?

Every year, before the Annual World Economic Forum at Davos, Oxfam International releases its annual inequality report. Each report looks to capture a different dimension of inequality (lik but fundamentally […]

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Travelling and tourism

Karina sharma Tourism is the act of going for joy and roaming particularly in an unknown destination. Moreover, it is a sorted out adventure amid which a few spots are […]

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