Month: August 2020

Dowry Death.

Lifelong commitment between two people who decides to grow together, to sculpt each other, to selflessly love each other and to support each other throughout, when legally decide to marry each other, then that bond is known as marriage. Marriage or matrimony or wedlock, is a culturally accepted union between […]

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Job satisfaction and growth in private sector

Job satisfaction is an emotion, feeling, an attitude and a matter of perception. It arises from the employee’s appraisal of experience at work and involving likes and dislikes as well as a need and wants which are internal and external to the employee. Job satisfaction is most frequently variable in […]

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What is transactional sex?

Introduction Transactional sex refers to sexual relationships where the giving and/or receiving of gifts, money or other services is an important factor. The participants do not necessarily frame themselves in terms of prostitutes/clients, but often as girlfriends/boyfriends, or sugar babies/sugar daddies. Those offering sex may or may not feel affection […]

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Original vs. Fake Products

Product counterfeiting is a form of consumer fraud: a product is sold, purporting to be something that it is not. Counterfeit is illegally made products that resemble the genuine goods but are typically of lower quality in terms of performance, reliability or durability. There is a need to learn as […]

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EMPLOYEE TERMINATION DURING COVID 19

The coronavirus pandemic has caused several problems worldwide. One of the biggest problems caused due to COVID 19 is employee termination from their jobs. Due to lockdown imposed by the Government in many economies the businesses have suffered greatly. According to Times report the World Health Organisation(WHO) on March 11,2020 […]

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Impact Of COVID -19

INTRODUCTION Pandemics normally aren’t merely serious public health concern, rather these trigger disastrous socio-economic and political crises within the infected countries. COVID-19, other than becoming the best threat to global public health of the century, is being considered as an indicator of inequity and deficiency of social advancement. The COVID-19 […]

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JNTUA,JNTUH,JNTUk

The new academic calendar for engineering has been released offically from two unversities JNTUA,JNTUK,the new academic year is going to start from 17 th august 2020,however Cm kcr confirmed JNTUH academic calendar will start from 17 th august 2020 this is year because of covid-19,the academic year will continue in […]

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Is India ready for Digital trade war?

Is India ready for Digital trade war? Introduction: Digital Trade: Digital trade refers to the trade of goods and services using the internet including the transmission of information and data across borders. It is a broad concept, which includes not only the sale of consumers products on the internet and […]

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Ram Janmbhumi Pujan

Today was a very historic moment for India. The “Bhumi Pujan” was successfully commenced at Ayodhya, the birthplace of Lord Shri Ram. Finally the wishes of many people were fulfilled today. Are honorable prime Minister Narendra Modi performed the pujaand laid the foundation stone. The first place he visited after […]

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Depressed to be depressed

I don’t why I get hurt to small things. May be our heart can’t recognise the intensity of problem. Why do I get hurt all most all the time? I can’t take because I’m not used to it. O don’t know why am I living? Is it to give back […]

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5 books that you should read:

Mastery by George Leonard It is the book that will focus from Zen principles to motivate you with martial arts exercises to grasp how the journey would feel like, what it feels like, the path to mastery. And as you realize the direction you ‘re going to get up, you […]

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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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