Monthly Archives: August 2013

Time to Kick Back

India is the third most populated country in the world and according to the Global Peace Index, which shows India to be in the top 20 violent countries in the world. With the advent of recent events taking place showing … Continue reading

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Tech-Oriented

Social media is changing the way we communicate. By extension, it’s also changing the way we get our information and how we learn. Rather than banning social media from the classroom, many secondary schools are reaching out to students on Twitter, … Continue reading

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Succumbing to Peer Pressure

A well said quote which goes as, “Friends and books should be few and well”, it surely does matter a lot when one has to choose the group where they prefer to be seen with by the outsiders. When we … Continue reading

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Respecting Parents and Elders

The Ten Commandments in the Holy Bible; have an important commandment given by God to every person, which says, “Honour your father and your mother, that your days may be long in the land that the LORD your God is giving … Continue reading

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Protecting Mother Earth

The Earth Day just went few weeks ago and many environmentalists would have taken an oath to themselves of bringing about a change in the present state of “on the verge of destruction” of the Earth. I once read a … Continue reading

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Life Apart from Studies

Academics is over-ruling the lives of little children so much that they are burdened under the weight of books, bags and home-work. There is an idiom which says, “All work and no play, makes jack a dull boy.” So little … Continue reading

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Aiming at World Peace

India is the third most populated country in the world and according to the Global Peace Index, which shows India to be in the top 20 violent countries in the world. With the advent of recent events taking place showing … Continue reading

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