Archive April 2019

Superwoman

Hey, How are you? We are often asked this question by a lot of people. And our usual replies are Fine, Good or Awesome. Now go and stand in front of the mirror and ask yourself the same question again. That’s where the true answer lies. Unfortunately we live in a world where people crave drama, negativity spreads faster than positivity, hatred prevails over love and happiness becomes the last priority of all. In that

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Our role models…our heroes!

I read an interesting article about a nonagenarian; Karthiyani Amma, who received a merit certificate for acing her class IV exam in Kerala with 98 percent marks! She was benefitted by the program ‘Aksharalaksham’ organised by Kerala State Literacy Mission. Amma was the oldest candidate who appeared and aced the exam despite of never been to school in her life. She also expressed interest towards computers for further studies. What an inspiration! Reading her story made

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INCIDENCE OF SUBSIDIES IN INDIAN AGRICULTURE

    Abstract: Agriculture subsidies are integral part of the farmer’s life in India. It is a government incentive paid to agri-business. Agricultural organization and farmers manage the supply of agriculture commodities and influence the cost and supply of such commodities. This paper focuses on the incidence of subsidies in agriculture growth. Subsidies have a significant impact on agriculture growth. MSP is an incentive to ensure remunerative prices to farmers and subsidies on inputs encourage

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EDUCATION AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

      Abstract “If you educate a men you educate an individual, however, if you educate a women you educate a whole family. Women empowered means mother India empowered”-“Nehru”.     The subject of empowerment of women has become a burning issue all over the world including India. Strength of the chain is the strength of its weakest link. In a society, women are the weakest links, so that they may be strengthened for strengthening

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IMPACT OF GST ON INDIAN ECONOMY – OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

    ABSTRACT:  This paper deals with the impact of GST (Goods and Service Tax) on Indian economy. Why there                                          was a need for the alteration in tax system from traditional tax structure to GST model. GST  (Goods and service tax) is a new spin on VAT(Value Added Tax) which provides an extensive setoff     for input tax credit and subsumes seventeen indirect taxes from Central and State level. The concept and need of GST have

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A good teacher can change anyone

  Suraj was a fifth –grader, but his behaviour was so aggressive they placed him in our special- education class. The first day of school, suraj arrived in an agitated and angry state .he hit every child in the class, screaming, ‘get out of my way ’. he then turned his wrath on me with a quick, “I hate you!” even though this was our first meeting. Suraj flopped into his seat and began to

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ONE PEOPLE, ONE WORLD – WHY IS UNITY SO IMPORTANT?

      If someone said to you, that you could dramatically improve the state of the world (End wars, terrorism, global poverty, political corruption, excessive greed, fix the environmental problems,…) by doing one of the simplest of things, would you do it? It wouldn’t cost you anything. You’d have absolutely nothing to lose by trying. And it would simply require you to support an idea. What idea could possibly make that much difference? .

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 Social Justice And Humanism

  There is some disagreement as to whether “we” as humanists ought to take stands regarding social justice, as a group, with some vocal opponents correctly pointing out that atheism provides no basis for making moral judgments. Indeed, even humanism provides no one, solid, scientific basis for making moral judgments. It is among the many embarrassments of philosophy in general that we have failed to solve the problem of “the good” in any satisfactory way.

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Rajnarayan Dube : Father of Indian Film Industry

Rajnarayan Dube : Father of Indian Film Industry Rituraj Ranjan By Rituraj Ranjan We all know that Dada Saheb Phalke was the father of Indian cinema but hardly know about Rajnarayan Dube who was the father of Indian film industry. He was a young and dynamic businessman who operated a successful company called Dube Industries, which he had founded in 1929. Dube was born on 10th October 1910 at Kalighat in Kolkata and was an

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