• India and the Cwg Games
    malnourished. The costs of the commonwealth games are very huge. The initial budget estimated by the committee was 16.2 billion but , as work progressed , the budget escalated to a whooping 115 billion. this huge amount excludes the money spent on non sports related infrastructure development in Delhi...
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  • Declining Standard of Sports in India
    a large amount of money is spent in training of the players, yet desired results have not been obtained. This is because corruption has crept into sports. Sometimes, talented players are left out because of political interference. Red-tapism has also entered into sports. It is a matter of grave...
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  • Corruption
    status as the next Games venue, rather, worrying more about how the expenditure will burden a common man's pocket. So, is hosting the event a waste of national money? Does India really need mega sports events like Commonwealth Games? Why do we allow our corrupt politicians, who also happen to...
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  • Sport Stadium Finance
    OF NEIL FIELD OF INDICATES THAT FOR JUST AS LONG, FANS, URBAN PLANNERS AND ECONOMISTS HAVE ARGUED THAT BUILDING FACILITIES FOR PRIVATE SPORTS TEAMS IS A MASSIVE WASTE OF PUBLIC MONEY. NOT ONLY TAXPAYERS BRING VAST ADVANTAGE IN FUNDING STADIUMS AND ARENAS BUT ALSO TO TEAMS...
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  • Performance Appraisal
    gamble." (Carruthers, David.) termination of the Act will aid in eliminating organized crimes and put an end to the gambling business. "Online gambling is now a $12 billion dollar industry." (Carruthers, David.) The amount of money spent on gambling winnings annually is a waste to the federal...
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  • Should Student Athletes Be Financially Compensated?
    become injured, drop out or do not meet their minimum academic requirements, they ultimately become a liability to the schools that they play for and have made their institutions waste money. Another issue arises in what would happen if students were drafted into the professional sports league. “If...
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  • Public vs Private Funding Private Stadiums
    INTRODUCTION The past 20 years have witnessed a massive transformation of professional sports stadiums in North America and the rest of the world. In the United States and Canada alone, by 2012, 125 of the 140 teams in the five largest professional sports leagues, the National Football League...
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  • Sochi 2014 Olympics
    presence Several dozen Russian athletes, Russian sports officials (including Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko and head of Russia’s National Olympic Committee Leonid Tyagachev), as well as two deputy prime ministers: Alexander Zhukov, who is responsible for sports, and Dmitry Kozak, in charge of the...
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  • The Truth About Hsus
    used in research. Hunting? I think you will see a steady decline in numbers.” (HSUS 2004) But Mr. Pacelle may have more ambitious anti-hunting goals. In 1991, while he was the National Director of the Fund for Animals, Mr. Pacelle told the Associated Press: “[I]f we could shut down all sport hunting...
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  • astronomy
    more pressing issues as these, why waste so much time and money on Space Missions? Well the answer is simple, astronomy is all around us. Astronomy provides an essential, detailed investigation into the laws, dimensions, characteristics and influence of celestial bodies. Humans are curious...
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  • China - Olympics
    . Developments in China included airports and metro lines, hotels and commercial areas, and also of course sports venues. The two most notable sports venues built for the Olympic Games are the Chinese National Stadium, better known as the Bird’s Nest; and also the National Aquatics Center, better known...
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  • Miss
    * Yes, believe the Olympic Games are a waste of money, this money could be spent on much better things. I believe that the Olympic Games are a waste of money because there are more important things that the money used for these events could be spent on. There are starving kids who could eat if the...
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  • Weapons in Schools
    and twenty-five dollars per person. Along with firearm training, districts would have to pay for the gun and ammunition, which in the end will cost an extreme amount of money. The National Education Association and the American Federation of Teachers released a statement saying "Guns have no place in...
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  • Education: Ideas in Favour
    money spent on art is wasted, particularly when there are so many other demands on it. This essay will examine the conflict between those who say art is important and those who feel it is a waste of money. It can be wrong for governments to spend large sums of money on art. Too often, governments spend...
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  • The Case Against High School Sports
    such as—a majority of school districts waste too much money on sports instead of using that money for academics, other leading nations recognize the inverse relationship between academic performance and athletics, teachers who are also coaches degrade the quality of teaching, and a lot of...
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  • Military Sponsorship
    the presiding officer in the House.” In the same year the House approved a voice vote to cut $650 million in U.S. aid to Pakistan which was a significant amount to have available for other government programs. By having sports sponsorships, it promotes American values and keeps the money in America...
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  • Ielts
    . Language 28 16. Money 28 17. Personality 29 18. Sport and Leisure 30 19. Television, Internet, Phones 31 20. Tourism 33 21. Traditional vs Modern 34 22. Transport 35 23. Water 36 24. Work 37 Ideas for IELTS topics Who is this book for? Many students have no ideas or opinions...
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  • Drug Testing in Schools
    " (Wierzenski B9). That sounds like a waste of money to me. If a portion of that money was spent to improve drug and alcohol classes in schools it would have a better effect in the future than testing does. Part of the problem with students is they are not educated well enough and do not realize the effects...
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  • Exploring Space
    institution for the last hundred years, providing new technology, medical research, and educational resources. Though people believe that the money and time spent towards space exploration is a waste, NASA continues to make contributions to society. When compared to other government expenditures...
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  • sports legacy - assignment 1
    effect if infrastructure (buildings) are only temporary Some of the venues are only temporary, these include the Water Polo Arena and Basketball Arena, which means that they spent a large sum of money buy/build these venues for them to only take them down after they have been used, this is a waste...
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