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shubhankaragarwal

I am a political science student from Delhi University who has a keen interest in writing.

Does Technology Make us Feel more Alone??

We are all for the most part guilty of staring at our phone screens rather than engaging in verbal conversation. Imagine going out to eat with your friends who you haven’t seen in forever and you have been saving the date for a while now; you finally show up and […]

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How Depression Impacts the Immune system!!!

Major depression is a common and sometimes fatal disorder that has been identified by the World Health Organisation as a leading cause of disability worldwide. While antidepressants are undoubtedly effective treatments in about 70% of cases, a substantial proportion of patients remain partially or totally unresponsive to treatment. There is […]

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How Pop Culture Trends Influence Youth….

At times, students fail to complete their assignments successfully due to the complexity of a topic. Some topics are difficult to cover because they should analyze many issues. For example, the relations between pop culture and youth are complex and include a lot of things to consider and explain. In the meanwhile, […]

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How do Teenagers perceive Religion???

When you think of teens today, “religious” might not be the first word that comes to mind. A common perception might be that teens are too shallow to embrace something as complex and introspective as spirituality. But why is this? The teen years are a time for self discovery on […]

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What World would be Like Without Wars!!!

The past years saw a series of devastating natural disasters, continuing terror attacks and conflict, and the threat of virulent new diseases. These issues affect every one of us with no respect for political or geographical borders; they are perhaps an integral aspect of globalisation. But the most effective search […]

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Role of Technology in Lesson Planning…

We live in a highly advanced digital world. Technology is an essential part of all different fields of life and same goes for the education sector. It has been almost 20 years since the first computers arrived in the country’s classrooms. Schools across the nation have spent zillions of dollars […]

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How Insomnia Affects our Health???

Insomnia is a sleep disorder in which you have trouble falling and/or staying asleep.The condition can be short-term (acute) or can last a long time (chronic). It may also come and go. Acute insomnia lasts from 1 night to a few weeks. Insomnia is chronic when it happens at least 3 nights a […]

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Harsh Reality of Our Society: Racism….

Racism describes virtually anything having to do with racial conflict. The declining significance of race, symbolic racism, colour blind racism, and unconscious racism missed the structural regressions brought on by the ‘Southern Strategy’ to mask indirect or covert ways to continue racial oppression. A reconsideration of the theory of Racism […]

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How Global Warming Can be Reduced???

Global warming is the ongoing rise of the average temperature of the Earth’s climate system and has been demonstrated by direct temperature measurements and by measurements of various effects of the warming. Glaciers are melting, sea levels are rising, cloud forests are dying and wildlife is scrambling to keep pace. It has become clear that humans have […]

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Ethnic Killings/ Honour Killings: Right or Wrong???

‘Honour Killings’ are extreme acts of domestic violence culminating in the murder of a woman by her family or community. However only in relation to religious and ethnic communities is the concept of ‘honour’ invoked as motivation for domestic violence. Women who are victims of honour killings are invisible within […]

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Brahmanical Patriarchy in Early India…..

Caste hierarchy and gender hierarchy are the organising principles of the brahmanical social order and are closely interconnected. This article explores the relationship between caste and gender, focusing on what is possibly the central factor for the subordination of the upper caste woman: the need for effective sexual control over […]

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Impact of Climate Change on International Business Strategies…..

A recent KPMG report, highlights ten “sustainability megaforces” that will shape markets in the decades to come. The list includes population growth, energy and fuel, ecosystems decline, and material resource scarcity, among others. These interconnected trends will create risks and opportunities for business. In response, companies need new strategies, particularly for […]

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Is Liberalism the Most Optimal Solution???

Liberalism, like socialism, fascism, or nationalism, is a political ideology. Liberalism has a longer history than most political ideologies. It has primarily evolved out of sustained struggles against hierarchically organised social and political relations. In various ways, liberalism captures the ideological map of various political struggles that human beings have […]

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Multi-Polarism In The Context Of Sino-Indian Relations…

“The world has enough for both of us”, has come to be a regular refrain of Chinese and Indian leaders. Even academic commentaries sometimes use this argument to explain why Asia’s two fastest growing economies and increasingly dynamic-billion-plus strong societies will not clash as they pursue peaceful development. Today, we […]

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