• Issues in Pakistan and India
    Issues in India and Pakistan Human Trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world, and it is highly concentrated in India and Pakistan. It is a huge problem in India and Pakistan that greatly impacts the country. Other issues that impact India are education and poverty. India and Pakistan...
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  • Dowry an Evil for Socitety
    DOWRY: A SOCIAL EVIL Dowry is a widespreadevil which is assuming menacing proportions. It is prevalent in all parts and almost all societies of India. It has deeply entrenched in our society and it is impossible to think of a marriage without dowry. Usually the bride and her family face endless challenges...
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  • Education Girls
    High bride price and low intellectual capabilities Girls are a source of instant wealth, therefore, are retained at home for bride price. Research confirms that parents value most of their young girls like gold, coffee and other commodities to be traded at the immediate market value. They are only...
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  • Seren
    China and India used the one child policy and the family plan to solve the overpopulation problem. Some poor developing countries received finical/medical support from other countries or organizations. Another thing they have done is increase the education for children, especially for girls. For many...
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  • Dowry deaths
    the act. Eve teasing is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the treatment of women, however. Dowry deaths have become an unpunished crime in India. The occurrence of them is known, but is swept under the rug. Dowry is a woman’s inheritance that she brings into her marriage once she is married....
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  • Fashion
    people’s way of thinking, their words and actions. They start to watch other people as well whether they are dressed ‘up to date’ or not. They don’t understand that most people dress with what they have according to their money available. Or some people dress more conservative than others. So young people either...
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  • Street Children
    majority (39.5%) of the street children had spent one to three years on the street. Twenty-four percent (23.9%) had spent one-half to one year, 18.5% had spent under half a year, 11.9% had spent four to six years, 4.1% had spent seven to ten years and 2.1% had spent over eleven years. Nearly forty-six percent...
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  • poverty
    or destitution refers to the deprivation of basic human needs, which commonly includes food, water, sanitation, clothing, shelter, health care and education. Relative poverty is defined contextually as economic inequality in the location or society in which people live. For much of history, poverty was...
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  • sardar vallabhai patel
    physical tougheness. He entered school late – parental attention was focused on the eldest brothers, thus leading to a degree of neglect of Patel’s education. Patel travelled to attend schools in Nadiad, Petlad and Borsad, living self-sufficiently with other boys. He took his matriculation at the late age...
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  • State of Health Education and Quality of Life in India
    Abstract The promise to ensure universal health and education is common to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the National Common Minimum Program (NCMP). The typical notion of the term health education is that it’s about medical education. In this article it is attempted to dispel this notion...
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  • English
    information • Deducing meanings of unfamiliar words • Inferring meaning of new words • Using language to express personal opinions (B) Children of India • Selecting and extracting information • Identifying expressions to compare and contrast • Planning, organising, and presenting ideas • Comparing...
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  • Role of Ngo in Wholistic Development
    the thought that "Millions of children are denied the basic rights of survival and protection." In India we know there are still many children who cannot get proper schooling or better to say education and food that is nutrition which is very much required for proper growth and development of a child...
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  • Educatioon Then and Now
    Education Then and Now Education has changed a lot in the last few centuries. I have come to this conclusion after reading an extract from ‘Nicholas Nicholeby’ by Charles Dickens and ‘The School Boy’ by William Blake. I also interviewed my parents who were educated in the 19th century. I am also including...
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  • Child Labor
    Child Labor What do you think of when you hear the words “child labor?” It is likely you are picturing a malnourished little boy or girl, tired and dirty, working hard for very little pay. For some, this image you may be picturing is a part of a harsh reality. Child labor can be a very...
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  • Comparison of Ancient Greek Philosophy and American Philosophy
    modern American philosophy in many ways. We shall examine these differences (and similarities) in terms of family life, the wealthy, slavery, and education. Observing the lives of Greek deities and heroes in Greek mythology, in addition to Greek art, can give us some idea of what everyday life was like...
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  • Harishchandra Factory Analysis
    HISTORY OF INDIA THROUGH CINEMA Sumpi Riningam Analysis of the movie “HARISHCHANDRACHI FACTORY” Harishchandrachi Factory is the directorial debut of Paresh Mokashi who won the Best Director award at Pune International Film Festival. The film is the story about the beginning of the Indian Film...
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  • Understanding business ethics
    The process that Primark go through to complete its operation is: Advertising and selling – Primark has no advertising cost. They don’t waste any money on advertising as they depend on word-of-mouth of their customers. Primark also sells their products in bulk, so that they are able to sell their products...
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  • Poverty in Africa & World
    state of one who lacks a certain amount of material possessions or money.[1] Absolute poverty or destitution refers to the one who lacks basic human needs, which commonly includes clean and fresh water, nutrition, health care, education, clothing and shelter. About 1.7 billion people are estimated to live...
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  • Female Education and Economic Growth
    Female Education and Economic Growth Case Study Of India Economic growth in India India is classified as a lower middle income country, and since 2011 is no longer regarded as a developing country (World Bank Database, 2012) due to recent high economic growth (Kohli, 2006). In 2010, the country...
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  • advertizing
    advertising messages from various media which are designed to win their mind and heart. Adults have lifelong experiences, the advantage of age backed with education as filters to navigate these powerful advertising messages but children don’t. For them advertising is every where, all the time in school at home...
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