The black-and-white challenge

If you use social media specially Instagram, you might be aware about “the black-and-white” challenge. It has been almost a week since this challenge started, in this women post a black and white picture of themselves with the hashtag “challengeaccepted” or “womensupportingwomen” and nominating other womens to do the same. […]

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PM Modi reiterates India’s commitment towards its vision of participatory developmental works in Indian Ocean

The Prime Minister hailed India’s special friendship bond with Mauritius and termed it as one which is based on deep rooted cultural linkages. He said, India never commits into any relationship considering the financial implications or profitability. The Prime Minister was speaking  after jointly inaugurating the new Supreme Court building […]

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Meaning and classification of citizenship

Citizenship is the status of a person recognized by the law of the state. Citizen is a legal member of a sovereign state. The idea of citizenship has been defined as the capacity of individuals to defend their rights in front of the governmental authority. According to Aristotle, citizen is […]

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Indian Education System

The current education system of India is considered as the education system of the dependent period. It is regarded as a gift of British rule. This system was born by Lord Macaulay. Due to this system, even today, clerks and babu with white collars are being incurred. Due to this […]

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Traveling a Tour: It Refreshes the Mood

Human nature is curious. The curious tendency of humans has also worked behind the urge to travel abroad. One of the significant benefits of traveling is maintaining internal freshness. Too often, people sink into life, the daily routine of work, sleep, food, and life. They absorb so much that people […]

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Overpopulation: What can we do?

Many countries of the world are currently experiencing problems caused by rapidly growing populations in urban areas, and both governments and individuals have a duty to find ways to overcome these problems. Overpopulation can lead to overcrowding and poor quality housing in many large cities. Poorly heated or damp housing […]

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Tear of humanity: Terrorism

Terrorism not only kills the innocent but it also undermines democratic governance, even in mature democracies such as the United States and much of Europe, India, and other parts of the world. To eliminate the threat that terrorism poses to democracy, the United States and its allies should continue to emphasize […]

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Movies on Prime – English and Hindi

I love hanging out with friends and family, going to the beach or just being a couch potato and binge -watching TV shows or watching a good movie. Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer Amidst the pandemic, I found it hard to be productive. Being thankful for my privilege, I spent times exploring movies. […]

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What is it like to starve to death?

Fatal starvation is a rare cause of death in industrialized countries but can be of major medicolegal importance if death results from the deliberate withholding of food, especially from infants. The significance of starvation in clinical, forensic, and medicolegal terms depends upon the degree of malnutrition or metabolic derangements induced, which, in turn, depend upon the […]

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Domestic violence against women

This form of domestic violence is the most common. The most common causes of harassment and torture of women are dissatisfaction with the dowry and abusing women for more, arguing with a partner, refusing sex with him, neglecting children, leaving home without telling the partner, improper cooking or on time, […]

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Who said MEN > WOMEN ?

The problem of gender inequality is historical. The sociological reality behind this structure is the transition from a matriarchal society, which is more egalitarian, to a patriarchal society. Although economic and technological progress has changed the social structure, the problem of gender inequality still exists, even in modern, urbanized societies. […]

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Religious conflicts: Violence is on the rise!

The difference in beliefs: people belonging to different religions have different views.Lack of education: People who want to spread violence in the name of religion can easily mislead illiterate people. Sometimes, conflicts between communities lead to violence and crime. The solution to religious violence lies only in the hands of Societies. […]

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The Price tag for Marriage!

Dowry is one of the worst practices widespread in Indian society. There is a tradition of asking for a dowry at the time of marriage and greed among the groom’s family for quick and easy money. People are also asking for a dowry to keep up status. The main problems […]

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Cryptocurrency in India

Due to the rapid development of information and communication technologies, many activities in our daily life have been merged online and they become more flexible and more effective. The use of virtual currency has become widespread in many different systems in recent years . There is no doubt that the […]

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