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Corruption In India

Corruption has been in Indian society in some shape or another since time immemorial. Our opportunistic politicians, who have already done more harm to our country, are at the root […]

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Media, Disability & COVID-19

According to United Nations, about 1 billion people all over the world come under the category of “disabled” and that is 15% of the global population. Now, the question is, shall we as a society neglect 15% people in the world just because they happen to be in minority? Media […]

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CHILD LABOUR

Child Labour refers to the practise of using young children in factories, but it is increasingly used to refer to the employment of minors in general, particularly in jobs that […]

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Population Explosion: The cause of poor living conditions of indians

The population of India is increasing at an alarming rate. India is not the country with the highest number of people. There are countries which has more number of people than India like Russia. But they are not overpopulated. Those countries have enough space to fit in the number of people. India has more people than the country could fit in. The number of people residing in per unit square of land in India is much higher than that of other countries. This makes India an over-crowded country.

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Decline of Political participation of Females in India

Since the beginning of rebellious movements against the oppressive British regime in 19th century, women have played an integral part in freedom struggle in India. From Rani Lakshmibai in 1857 to Mantangini Hazra in 1942, women have always upheld the patriotism and love for their nation. Sarojini Naidu, an Indian […]

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Female Feticide

Even after years of development and advancement misogyny still prevails in society. And this issue prevails because of the existence of social evils. Even in the 21st century, many people find girls as a burden on the family and not capable of achieving anything, but doing household chores. The stigma […]

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Unemployment in india

India as a nation is faced with massive problem of unemployment. Unemployment can be defined as a state of worklessness for a man fit and willing to work. It is a condition of involuntary and not voluntary idleness. Some features of unemployment have been identified as follows: 1.Unemployment rates for […]

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Body Shaming- Too Fat Too Skinny

Body shaming is not just limited to making fun of someone just because they are fat or thin. It has wide scope for shaming someone for their height, body shape, any physical mark, physical features, muscularity or femininity, or any other external elements on the body such as tattoos. What […]

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Peer pressure and teenagers

Q. What is a Peer Pressure? Peer Pressure occurs when a peer group exerts direct or indirect pressure to do certain actions. If you’re with friends who are doing something that you typically would not do and they convince you to do what they are doing, that is an example […]

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poverty in india

INTRODUCTION– Living a life free of poverty and hunger is a basic human right. One of the paradoxes of our swiftly rising and increasingly progressive world is that poverty remains prevalent and rampant, and the disadvantaged population appears to be becoming increasingly vulnerable. The number of underprivileged and oppressed people […]

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Peer Pressure

We often talk about the pressure we deal with in our day-to-day lives. But, do we talk or think about peer pressure? People can be happy and content with their lives. But the sense of dissatisfaction arises as soon as they start comparing their lives and materials with others. They […]

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Same-Sex Marriage in India- Is Homophobia Prevalent?

It is said, “love has no boundaries”, and thus, same-sex marriage is no longer a weird fare and just limited to heterosexual couples. Many countries have legalized the marriage of heterosexual couples, giving them the freedom to enjoy their rights equally to the LGBTQ+ community. However, the Indian Constitution still […]

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