TOP 10 RICHEST PEOPLE IN WORLD (As per data of Forbes).

📌founder and CEO of Amazon.
📌The person who intellectually grew online streaming platform, computing, etc and ended with net worth of US$187.6 billion.

📌co-founder of many companies like ZIP2 and PayPal with net worth US$172 billion.

📌CEO and chairman of Louis Vuitton with net worth of US$194.6 billion.

📌Co-founder of Microsoft.
📌He with his wife founded their foundation of net worth US$143.8 billion.

📌Founder and share controller of facebook.
📌As per time magazine, he is present in list of top 100 most influential people with net worth US$122.3 billion.

📌CEO and chairman of Beckshire Hathaway and he is also one of the successful investor.
📌He is philanthropist with net worth US$109.7 billion.

📌co-founder,executive chairman, and Chief Technology Officer of Oracle Corporation with net worth US$ 91.7 billion.

📌co-founder of Google. He was the CEO of Google from 1997 till 2001 with net worth US$ 107.9 billion.

📌co-founded Google with Larry Page with net worth US$ 104.3. billion

📌chairman, director, and largest shareholder of Reliance Industries Ltd. with net worth US$ 85.8 billion.

Understanding Inflationary gap in an Economy

In macroeconomic level, when there is excess of aggregate demand over aggregate supply at a situation of full employment, the gap of difference is called the inflationary gap. The terms might be confusing and thus are explained below.

Aggregate demand is the total demand of all final goods and services produced in an economy. It can also be said defined as the total quantity of money that all sectors of an economy are willing to spend on the purchase of goods and services at a given period. Aggregate demand consists of expenditures relates to consumption, investment by firms, purchase of goods and services by the government and finally the net exports( difference of imports from exports). The aggregate demand curve does not start from origin because it cannot begin from value zero. It is because even at zero level of income, there is some level of consumption, known as autonomous consumption. Just because we do not receive income doesn’t mean we don’t eat. We borrow money and still have some consumption level. Thus there is still expenditure on consumption and aggregate demand curve can never start from origin(0,0).

Aggregate supply is the money value of the total output available in the economy for purchase during a given period. Aggregate supply also represents the national income of a country.

Full employment is a situation where all those able bodied persons who are willing to work at the existing wage rate, are actually employed( meaning no unemployment in an economy).

As we move on to inflation. How does it actually occur?

In layman terms, when there is increased demand for a good or service than the supply, it leads to an increase in the price of the commodity or service as consumers are willing to pay more to obtain it. Thus the increasing prices lead to inflation.

The concept of inflationary gap is explained with a graph:

Aggregate demand curve is synonymous to total or aggregate expenditure or price and is thus taken on the Y-axis. Aggregate supply curve is synonymous to total income or total output which taken in the X-axis.

At the level of full employment, the aggregate supply is a 45 degree line. The aggregate demand curve is represented as AD0. Both these curves intersect at point A which is said to be an equilibrium point.

An equilibrium point in layman terms it is the point at which the the market forces balance or equate. It is a state of rest. It literally means :

Aggregate demand = Aggregate supply, at a given price and quantity.

A note to the reader, the price and quantity at the point of equilibrium is the equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity respectively.

In case of inflation, aggregate demand>aggregate supply.

As I said above, price and aggregate demand are synonyms. When is an increase in price, it implies an increase in aggregate demand. So, excess of aggregate demand pushes the curve upwards. So there is a shift in the position of the demand curve. The demand curve shifts from AD0 TO AD1. We arrive at the new demand curve. The new equilibrium point is at E.

So Aggregate demand = Aggregate supply at the equilibrium point E where the new equilibrium price and quantity are higher than the old ones.

In the graph we can clearly see gap maintained between the two demand curves and the gap is constant throughout. The inflationary gap thus lies between the new and old aggregate demand curves.

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June 05-world environment day

World Environment Day (WED) is celebrated annually on 5 June and is the United Nations’ principal vehicle for encouraging awareness and action for the protection of the environment. First held in 1974, it has been a platform for raising awareness on environmental issue such as marine pollution, human overpopulation, global warming, sustainable consumption and wildlife crime. World Environment Day is a global platform for public outreach, with participation from over 143 countries annually. Each year, the program has provided a theme and forum for businesses, non government organizations, communities, governments and celebrities to advocate environmental causes.
The environment provides us with essential resources to sustain life on Earth. All living things, including water, air, soil, and vegetation form the environment. However, there has been an increase in the contamination and pollution of these precious resources. Trees cut down; soil erosion occurs, water bodies, and the air filled with pollutants. It is essential to spread awareness and preserve such resources for the present and future generations.
World Environment Day is one such initiative towards protecting the environment and celebrated across the globe. It is such an initiative to spread awareness about the conservation and preservation of the environment. Celebrated on June 5th every year, people from all places take part in doing their bit for the environment. World Environment Day is an initiative started by the United Nations as a part of the UN Environment Programme.
An Earth Anthem penned by poet Abhay K is sung to celebrate World Environment Day.

Our cosmic oasis, cosmic blue pearl
the most beautiful planet in the universe
all the continents and all the oceans
united we stand as flora and fauna
united we stand as species of one earth
different cultures, beliefs and ways
we are humans, the earth is our home
all the people and the nations of the world
all for one and one for all
united we unfurl the blue marble flag.

The anthem was launched in June 2013 on the occasion of the World Environment Day by Kapil Sibal and Shashi Tharoor, then Union Ministers of India, at a function organized by the Indian Council of Cultural Relations in New Delhi.It is supported by the global organization Habitat For Humanity.Above all, World Environment Day offers a global platform for inspiring positive change. It pushes for individuals to think about the way they consume; for businesses to develop greener models; for farmers and manufacturers to produce more sustainably; for governments to invest in repairing the environment; for educators to inspire students to take action; and for youth to build a greener future. This World Environment Day will kick off the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration, a global mission to revive billions of hectares, from forests to farmlands, from the top of mountains to the depth of the sea.Only with healthy ecosystems can we enhance people’s livelihoods, counteract climate change and stop the collapse of biodiversity.For too long, we have been exploiting and destroying our planet’s ecosystems. Every three seconds, the world loses enough forest to cover a football pitch and over the last century we have destroyed half of our wetlands. As much as 50 per cent of our coral reefs have already been lost and up to 90 per cent of coral reefs could be lost by 2050, even if global warming is limited to an increase of 1.5°C.
Every World Environment Day is hosted by a different country, in which official celebrations take place, and this year’s host is Pakistan.The Government of Pakistan plans to expand and restore the country’s forests through a ‘10 Billion Tree Tsunami‘ spread over five years. The campaign includes restoring mangroves and forests, as well as planting trees in urban settings, including schools, colleges, public parks and green belts.

Top 10 future career options in India.

Every few years, the job requirements vary, and old jobs are phased out in favour of new jobs created by advancements in technology and infrastructure. As technology advances, the internet, machines, and automation are taking the world by storm; yet, there are many, many more future career prospects in India that will be opening their doors in the near future.

People frequently study and work toward a job that is currently in demand, but by the time they obtain their degrees or gain sufficient experience, the demand has shifted dramatically. In order to assist you in better preparing, we have created a list of the 10 future jobs that will be in demand in India.

So, without further ado, let’s get down to business with the list.

1. Cyber Security

With the growth of technology and the widespread use of the internet, more individuals than ever are accessing online services, raising the danger of cybercrime. Your data, including your communications, is not safe online unless you have the best cybersecurity. And cybercrime is on the rise, as is the demand for cybersecurity experts.

According to the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), India will have 10 lakh cybersecurity job vacancies by the end of 2021. Furthermore, according to Burning Glass Technologies Inc of the United States, there is a 12X increase in cybersecurity positions globally.

2. Digital Marketing

In today’s world, it’s safe to assume that marketing is one of the most important foundations of any business, especially with the shift in business from offline to online. As a result of this transition, the demand for Digital Marketers has increased significantly.

Even a small business owner is now attempting to sell their products online through various e-commerce websites and online marketplaces, and believe us when we say that with less than half of Indians having access to the internet, the market potential is enormous, and this number is constantly growing. The demand for digital marketers will increase as the number of individuals who use the internet expands.

Offline marketing is usually not measurable, but digital marketing is, and it boosts reach by a factor of ten. A savvy digital marketer should be familiar with web analytics, social networking platforms, search engine optimization and advertisements, e-mail marketing, and search engine algorithms.

A digital marketer can employ both sponsored and organic media to drive users.

Digital marketing has grown tremendously in recent years, to the point where it is expected to generate over 20 lakh jobs in India by 2021, making it one of the most promising career opportunities in India for 2021.

3. Data Scientist

Not only in India, but all throughout the world, data scientists are in high demand. Users are more ready to contribute their data than ever before, necessitating the hiring of data scientists.

A data scientist is in charge of not only finding but also analysing the data needed to start and grow a company. Previously, only behemoths like Amazon, Google, Facebook, and financial institutions would show off their customers’ and potential users’ data, but now every company understands the importance of using consumer data to improve their products and services.

As a result, Data Scientists are becoming a viable future career option in India.

4. Dietician

Although the urge to enhance one’s health and lifestyle has recently gained in popularity, qualified professional dieticians are more difficult to come by than one may expect. Dieticians, often known as nutritionists, are professionals who have studied the human body and nutrition and can design a diet plan that is tailored to your needs.

Many people have probably seen Aamir Khan’s Dangal transformation video, in which he argues that you can work out at the gym for hours a day but still not achieve the results you desire if your diet isn’t ideal.

Dieticians are in high demand as a result of the growing desire to keep in shape and enhance one’s health, making it one of India’s most promising future occupations

5. Robotic Engineer

Robots will have replaced over 30% of jobs currently performed by humans by 2025, according to Gartner, a global research and consulting business based in the United States. By 2030, according to Ray Kurzweil, Google’s Director of Engineering, human thinking will be hybrid, integrating biological and artificial intelligence.

Even while India lags behind the developed world, it is not far behind; many of the country’s start-ups are primarily focused on robotics and robotic technology development. Robotic engineering will undoubtedly be one of, if not the best, future vocations in India and around the world!

Robots have taken over a variety of dangerous jobs in the defence, nuclear, and even space industries, such as the drones that various militaries use for surveillance and even terrorist strikes. Furthermore, the robots industry is predicted to reach a market capitalization of $ 46 billion by the end of this year

6. Environment Management

Every problem in India is tackled with a new reform that creates new job opportunities in the future; this is the case with the “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.” The demand for environmentalists has risen dramatically as India strives to address its pollution crisis.

Individuals, organisations, and even governments from all over the world are inventing innovative ways to cut carbon emissions and implement renewable energy sources as the world pulls together to combat the growing issue of global warming.

This is where environmentalists come in, devising plans and demonstrating how they may be carried out to resolve environmental challenges. By 2022, the Indian government wants to increase solar energy production by 500 percent, from 20 GW to 100 GW. Wind energy, meanwhile, would grow by roughly 270 percent, from 22.4 GW to 60 GW.

Wind and solar energy projects will produce 2 lakh and 10 lakh jobs, respectively, according to India’s Council on Energy, Environment, and Water (CEEW) and the National Resource Defense Council (NRDC).

7. Event Manager

With life getting so hectic as it is, and individuals trying to maintain a social image, they want their events to be opulent but without devoting a lot of effort to planning and executing them. This is where event planners come in; they can handle anything from a modest birthday party to Olympic-level events.

As a result, this is the career that has witnessed the most development in recent years. They have negotiation abilities in addition to management, communication, creativity, and budgetary expertise, which makes your life easier. An event organiser knows where to find items at a good price and who can get things done.

They take care of everything from the start of the event until the visitors leave, and they make a lot of money doing it since people are prepared to pay money to avoid having to do it all themselves, making it another one of India’s future job chances.

8. Marriage Counselor

Consider when your parents married, and even after such a long marriage filled with fights and other issues, they are still together. However, according to a report by a leading news agency, India’s divorce rate increased by 16 percent between 1990 and 2017. (from 28 percent to 44 percent ). According to Facebook data, there were over 6 lakh persons on Facebook with the relationship status Divorced up to 2016, with over 1 lakh of them being from India.

Individuals nowadays have become accustomed to quitting when things do not work out; this is not to mean that someone is wrong in quitting; rather, what we are attempting to express is that people do not strive to keep to their commitments and simply quit. As the number of divorces in India rises, so does the demand for marriage counsellors.

Consider your most recent relationship that ended in a breakup, then consider a divorce, and consider how much more there is to consider when there is a child involved. There’s victimisation, anxiety, sadness, and other issues.

A marriage counsellor works with the couple one-on-one to try to tackle the underlying problems. They even involve the couple’s families if necessary, and in doing so, they earn a lot of money. This is one of the future jobs in India that one should consider

9. Interior Designer

If you take a deeper look at this occupation, you will notice that it has promise in practically every new household. Because the majority of nuclear families have both members working, there is little time set aside for the stressful and time-consuming task of designing your own home, let alone purchasing all of the furniture and antiques.

Plus, with the tendency toward flats rather than bungalows, you’ll need to maximise the space you have while keeping it open and clutter-free. This is where interior designers come in; not only should they have a high design quotient, but they should also be familiar with traditional architecture techniques such as Vastu Shastra and other religious architecture.

With the majority of people being forced to relocate in quest of a higher standard of living and employment, the demand for interior designers will only grow in the coming years, making it one of the greatest future professions in India.

10. Financial Planner

Finance is something that a person wants to be taken care of regardless of how the economy is performing; if the economy is performing well, you want to invest to maximise your profits; if the economy is performing poorly, you want to invest where your money is secure.

This is where financial planners come in; individuals of all economic levels require financial planners, and this job has been creating jobs in India for a long time and will continue to do so in the future.

A qualified financial planner will devise the most feasible strategy for you to follow, one that involves the fewest risks and yields the best results based on your risk tolerance. A smart financial planner will be able to make money for you without you having to work for it.

  1. *Nature, in the broadest sense, is equivalent to the natural world, physical world, or material world. “Nature” refers to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general. … The term “nature” may refer to living plants and animals, geological processes, weather, and physics, such as matter and energy.Imagine a world without Nature .

*Nature is very importance of humans have needed to survive and thrive, was provided by the natural world around us : food, water, medicine, materials, for shelter, and even natural cycles such us climate and nutrients . Nature is our sole supplier.

*Nature, in the broadest sense, is the natural, physical, material world or universe. “Nature” can refer to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general. … Within the various uses of the word today, “nature” often refers to geology and wildlife.

  • According to The Merriam-Webster Dictionary, nature is “a creative and controlling force in the universe,” “the external world in its entirety” or “humankind’s original condition.” The New Oxford American Dictionary describes nature as “the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals

People’s participation in environment conservation

It starts from ‘US’

The famous Chipko movement is a tale that every child in India knows about. It’s a story of real life heroes who were ready to compromise their lives to protect Mother Nature. A similar movement called Apikko movement was led in South India with the same pious intentions. Nature is revered in India and it forms an integral part of our religious and cultural beliefs. Sadly today that knowledge vanished in thin air and the unsustainable lifestyle, in an urge to mimic the west blindly took a heavy toll on our environment. It all started way back in 1760s when industrial revolution saw a sunrise. Since then humanity committed many mistakes, few of them even irreversible. However soon we realised the effects of global warming and climate change. Scientific evidence supported our ‘theory of doom’. Today we stand at a crossroads where we can either try to eliminate the adverse effects of climate change or leave our world without hope for the generation next.
Governments are trying to do what they do best that is, make policies, debate, invest in green projects. This lip service and paperwork cannot change the situation. It will take the force of every last human that breathes the air, quenches the thirst for water from nature or just exist. This fact is understood by children who have become eco-warriors. Few names in the Hall of Fame include Greta Thunberg from Sweden, Ridhima Pandey from India and many others. They all made a clarion call for the governments to come together as well as people to take a pledge to act sustainably.
People’s participation in environmental restoration has many success stories. Beej bachao andolan of Tehri Garhwal district of Uttarakhand, Silent valley movement and Narmada Bachao Andolan and other famous movements that saw popular participation of people.
Principle 10 of the Rio declaration recognises public participation. It states that environmental issues are best handled with participation of all concerned citizens, at the relevant level. It encourages states to facilitate and encourage public awareness and participation by making information widely available. Effective access to judicial and administrative proceedings, including redress and remedy shall be provided.
Environmental issues are closely linked to the rights of indigenous people or the tribal population. As a citizen they have right to live in a healthy environment under article 21 of the constitution of India and as indigenous people they have the right to protect and manage natural resources located on traditional indigenous lands. The latter right as mentioned in the Forest conservation act, 1980.
In India environment impact assessment (EIA) also has an important component of public participation. The provisions for environment impact assessment are given under the Environment (Protection) act 1986. It describes the process followed under EIA. Public hearing is a notable feature. There are a few drawbacks in the present EIA policy. For example, the public hearing is carried out at a very late stage. Also, a large number of projects have been excluded from the mandatory public hearing process. Few amendments are required in this respect.
The bottomline is that legal tools for public participation in environmental restoration are available albeit, there is need to strengthen them. The main actor here, is the public . An aware and enthusiastic public can bring the much needed change. It starts from ‘US’.


Time is the most valuable and precious thing in everyone’s life.People are so busy in their lives that they are not getting time for themselves. One should manage time limit so that he/she can do their works perfectly and on time. Time management is nothing but to split time for our activities so that we can know how much time we need to complete one particular work. We should not postpone things unnecessarily. We should complete the work in time so that we can do the other works correctly. In our daily life, we have got only twenty-four hours in a day. Therefore we cannot do everything in one day. This creates limitations in our everyday work. In order to manage work, social life and sleep, division of time is important. It will be easy when you write your tasks in a note so that you will not forget anything. When you decide the time you should give enough time for the completion of the work. You should have enough time to sleep and spend some time with your family and friends so that you will feel relaxed. Many people will always run after their work and forget about themselves, family and friends. For students those who are studying should also manage their time. They should not spend their entire time in playing and writing homework. They should manage time for writing homework,playing and studying. While writing exams many don’t get enough time to write because they don’t manage their time. Manage time and write so that we can complete our work on time.

Time does not stop for anyone, every minute is precious. We should use it wisely we don’t get the time we wasted in the past.A person should eliminate unnecessary activities from their daily schedule. Make a time table on paper. In which you should write your daily activities. This will create discipline in your life. Moreover, you should complete the task daily. Students can avoid their stress and get time only if they can manage their time.Time Management plays a very important role not only in organizations but also in our personal lives.Time Management includes:Effective Planning,Setting goals and objectives,Setting deadlines,Delegation of responsibilities,Prioritizing activities as per their importance,Spending the right time on the right activity.
Time management” is the process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between specific activities. Good time management enables you to work smarter – not harder – so that you get more done in less time, even when time is tight and pressures are high. Failing to manage your time damages your effectiveness and causes stress. In this world all people have the same 24hrs. Some people achieve more than others because they have a specific time management. We should also sleep 7-8 hrs in a day.

Benefits: Greater productivity and efficiency,A better professional reputation,Less stress,Increased opportunities for advancement,Greater opportunities to achieve important life and career goals. There are some consequences when we don’t follow time management- Missed deadlines,insufficient workflow,poor work quality and higher stress level. Time management is very important in everyone’s life. When you follow it you will see many changes in your life.

World Environment Day

World Environment Day Essay: The environment provides us with essential resources to sustain life on Earth. All living things, including water, air, soil, and vegetation form the environment. However, there has been an increase in the contamination and pollution of these precious resources. Trees cut down; soil erosion occurs, water bodies, and the air filled with pollutants. It is essential to spread awareness and preserve such resources for the present and future generations.

World Environment Day is one such initiative towards protecting the environment and celebrated across the globe. This essay is to provide information as well as spread awareness on this important day.

A look beyond the globe – puzzlement towards COIVID – 19

After succeeding Covid-19, it’s now a dispute to get claims for medical insurance 

As though battling Covid-19 was sufficiently not, numerous families the country over are presently inundated in a fight with their insurance agencies and compensating advances for the extravagant bills of their treatment. The grievances against the clinical insurance agencies are mounting. It’s revealed that a portion of the affected families are battling with their bills and are at odds with the insurance agencies the country over.

Vaccinated individuals should have a test for Covid or not ?

The most recent direction from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says you shouldn’t be tried or to be isolated in case you’re completely inoculated, regardless of whether you’ve been presented to somebody who was wiped out. No, you can skirt regime testing, for undeniable dispensation. The most recent direction from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says you shouldn’t be tried or to be isolated in case you’re completely inoculated, regardless of whether you’ve been presented to somebody who was debilitated. A special case is in the event that you foster Covid-19 manifestations like fever, hack and weakness. The refreshed direction reflects late investigations showing inoculated individuals face almost no danger of genuine infection. Regardless of whether you get a disease, you’ll be more averse to spreading it to other people and any side effects will probably be lenient.

The CDC says inoculated individuals can likewise be avoided from routine work environment screening, however numerous organizations aren’t following representatives’ immunization status. Screening is as yet suggested for individuals working or living in destitute safe houses or detainment facilities, because of the greater danger of flare-ups. The casual rules likewise don’t make a difference to specialists, medical caretakers and other medical care laborers, whose businesses may in any case require testing. Direction may change by country.

US residents getting back from abroad likewise still need to introduce a negative Covid-19 test prior to loading onto their flights home, paying little heed to their inoculation status. Any individual who tests positive for Covid-19 should in any case separate for 10 days, the CDC says.As immunizations increment, numerous specialists anticipate that the CDC should additionally loosen up testing rules, in any event, for inoculated individuals with indications. Numerous basic colds and infections can cause side effects looking like Covid-19, specialists say, which could prompt an influx of pointless testing in the fall.



India is not just a country its the heart of more than 13 cr.peoples. India is a country in South Asia It is the most populous country,The seventh largest country by land and area and ofcourse The most populous democracy in the world.

India’s GDP in 2019 was (2.87)lakh cr.
India’s history is very popular in the world.

Surprising facts about india:
• The first ever rocket launched from India.
• India introduced shampoo to the world.
• India was the first country to mine diamonds.
• India Has 22 recognised languages.

Speciality About India:
• There is a village in India “shani” in singapore Famous for not having Doors and locks on any house in 400 years.
• India is also popular for the “Bollywood”.
• India is very famous for the classical dance and classical music.

India’s famous things:
• Indian culture,
• Indian food varieties and indian street food,
• Indian clothes,
• Indian jewelery,
• Indian language,
• Indian monuments,
• Indian spices,
• Indian ayurvedic medicines,
• Indian festivals,
• Indian universities,
• Different regions,
• Indian meditation.

One indian philosophy is very famous and that is “Atithi Devo Bhava”
Which means the guest is equal to god.

Foreign tourists visit india  for heritage tourism, ecotourism, adventure tourism, cultural tourism, medical tourism and business tourism.

More than 10 million foreign tourists visit india every year.


Relationship advice for women

When we are in a relationship, we should keep our happiness in our minds. Are we really happy in this relationship? If this doubt arises in your mind, then there are chances that you are in a wrong relationship. Make sure the relationship is healthy both mentally and physically. Some people are afraid of relationships and those who have gone into a terrible experience are afraid of committing themselves to another relationship. In that case, they should introspect so that they will get to know about themselves. Try to speak up with your dear ones and ask for advice from them. Try to speak with elders and get to know the things they did in their relationships. 

Try to have some time for yourself. Don’t do things just for the sake of your partner. It will affect your mental health. If you are sacrificing something for him for example the foods you love, crafts you do, and abandoning your friends. Then that is not the place for you. Try to move on from that life. The earlier you do the good it will be for both of you.

There are also some women who want to meet their partner 24 hours a day and want to know his activities throughout the day. Stop doing this. Some might do this because of a lack of work. Try to indulge yourself in some activities. Give him some space to breathe. Always make some time for yourself and in that time focus on things you love and forget about the world.

You should be connected with him physically, mentally, and emotionally. If you fail to do one of the things then there are chances that the relationship won’t last long. Connecting with that person doesn’t mean that only when they are in front of you. Even though they are away from you you should connect with him.

When you are in a relationship don’t forget to take care of yourselves. Eat properly and make sure you are drinking a good amount of water. Often women in relationships forget to take care of themselves. The person we should love first is us. So taking care of your health should be your topmost priority.

If you think he is not giving good respect to you then speak with him and make him understand the issues faced by you. Solve the issue mutually without taking it to a third partner. Make some time for your partner by planning something on weekends by throwing parties or surprising him by cooking or booking a candlelight dinner in a restaurant.

If you are feeling you are not happy in that relationship talk to him and make him understand. Don’t be afraid to express your views and also don’t get depressed about being alone. Being alone helps you to figure out your problems. If you are not sure about leaving the relationship right away give some time. Time is the biggest medicine and it can heal all problems. Think about your life how it was before he came into your life and what are all the good things you did in your life.

And in the end, accept him for what he is. don’t try to force your thoughts on him. don’t be so stubborn to get things done. Always try to see things from his perspective. 

Have a healthy relationship 🙂

weird laws in the world

Every country is different, and every country’s laws are different. Sometimes these laws border on the seriously ridiculous, and other times they point to important cultural values that might be different than your own. Some of these are listed below :

  1. IT’S ILLEGAL TO CHEW GUM IN SINGAPORE – Sometimes we all suffer when fools break the rules. After vandals used chewing gum to mess with the Mass Rapid Transit system and the Housing and Development Board spent $150,000 a year to clean gum liter, Singapore banned all gum substance in 1992.
  2. IT’S ILLEGAL TO FEED PIGEONS IN VENICE – With thousands of pigeons descending upon Saint Mark’s Square and Venice, lured by the tourist readily handing out food in exchange for Instagram worthy photos, Venice lawmakers officially made it illegal to feed the pigeons in 2008. It is said the cleanup from birds cost each citizen 275 euros per year, so now, the tables are turned.
  3. IT’S ILLEGAL TO WEAR HIGH HEELS TO THE ACROPOLIS – The country banned high heels at the acropolis in 2009. Greeks put this ban in place to protect its ruins from damage caused by sharp shoes. The ruins are nearly 2,500 years old, so be respectful and wear some soft-soled shoes when you visit.
  4. DON’T WEAR YOUR WINNIE THE POOH T-SHIRT IN POLAND – The cuddly little bear all stuffed with fluff also does not wear pants. Because of this, Poland issued a ban on Winnie the Pooh around playgrounds and schools, finding the A.A.Milne character a bit too risque for the likes of impressionable children.
  5. IT’S ILLEGAL TO WEAR A MASK IN PUBLIC IN DENMARK – Not only masks, the Danish government wants to stop anyone from covering their faces in anyway in public places. The controversial ban went into effect in August 2018. Officials claim the ban helps to properly identify people during crowded events, should anything negative happen and someone need to be identified.
  6. CLOSE THE GATE OR YOU’LL BE FINED IN NEVADA – Gates in Nevada are used to keep in livestock, and anyone not closing and fastening a gate when outside city limits can receive a fine.
  7. IT’S ILLEGAL TO PAY WITH TOO MANY COINS IN CANADA – When making a payment that is more than $10, its is illegal to pay with more than a single coin under the Currency Act in Canada.
  8. IT’S ILLEGAL TO CLIMB A TREE IN TORONTO – This goes for Ottawa, Toronto and even in the middle of the forest too unless you have a permit. In 2013, one your tree climbing enthusiast earned himself a $365 ticket for climbing in Bellevue Square Park.
  9. YOU MUST WALK YOUR DOG DAILY IN ROME – Rome’s strict laws again animal cruelty include the walking of pet dogs. If the owner mot walk their dog once a day minimum they could be fined $625.
  10. IT’S ILLEGAL TO BUILD A SANDCASTLE IN SPAIN – Spain despises your attempt at making sand castles so much you can be fined if caught building one in Spain. And the fines vary by location at their discretion. On the island of Majorca, for example, you could pay 100 euros, but you could pay up to 1,500 euros in Galicia .

World Environmental Day

1)World Environment Day is celebrated on June 5 every year.
2) The theme for this year is ‘Ecosystem Restoration’.
3) It is celebrated to generate awareness of the environment and nature.
World Environment Day is celebrated on June 5 every year to remind people about the importance of nature. It is celebrated across the globe to tell people that nature should not be taken for granted and must be respected for its values.

With the coronavirus outbreak and people being confined indoors, the environment and mother earth seem to have benefitted slightly. In the absence of human activities amid the coronavirus-induced lockdown, nature is getting time to clean itself and reclaim its space.

History of World Environment Day:
World Environment Day is one of the biggest annual events organised by the United Nations (UN) to generate awareness about the significance of nature and greenery. The United Nations Assembly established World Environment Day in 1972, which was the first day of the Stockholm Conference on the human environment.

In 1974, it was celebrated with the theme ‘Only One Earth’. Since then, various host countries have been celebrating it, and the idea for rotating the center of these activities started. World Environment Day was first observed in 1974 in the US.

The Cost Of Distraction

If you have ever seen a magician perform, and you have to pay attention to how they do, what they do, it’s very interesting.

Because whatever they do ( if they’re hiding a coin or whatever) ,they distract you from what’s really happening. And it’s so smooth that we wonder , “Oh my God, what happened? How did he do that? How did he produce this thousand rupee note out of his shirt ?” I mean, you have to think. Yeah, And people will sit there and people will applaud.

And obviously, I mean, if he could do that for real, make thousands of rupee notes come out of sleeve , why would he be doing this performance? He could be having a nice vacation on a Caribbean island somewhere.

But he’s not doing that. He’s traveling, town to town, place to place, trying to make a meager living while fooling the audience, and this is the point of it. He’s actually fooling us and we’re applauding being fooled.

Everytime we get distracted in so many spheres of our life and just get fooled by doing that.

So , distraction is actually another attraction, but it’s taking away from what you should be attracted to. You should be attracted to your own existence. Why? Because it is the most precious thing there is. There’s nothing more precious than being alive. This is one thing that nobody is selling and nobody can buy!

Khushi Agarwal

Ozone Depletion-A Path to Destruction

The bad state of environment is not often taken seriously due to the ignorance of the people of the world. It is high time that everybody should start working on improving environmental conditions or else nature would start showing us it’s fury which would ultimately lead to our destruction. The main reason for this shape of environment is us, the human race. Activities that are profitable to human beings are sometimes harmful to the environment. Though nature gives us so much we do not give back anything. But is our duty to protect nature because there will be no men when there is no nature. Everybody must understand the seriousness and should initiate possible ways to improve the environment before it gets too late.

Ozone depletion is one of the serious environmental issues that need immediate attention.

“The ozone layer is a region in the earth’s stratosphere that contains high concentration of ozone or trioxygen and protects the earth from the harmful ultraviolet radiations of the sun”.

Earth has various layers of atmosphere. They are troposphere, stratosphere, mesosphere, thermosphere and exosphere. Stratosphere contains the ozone layer. Ozone absorbs about 97%-99% of the UV rays and thereby protecting lives on earth. Due to combined human activities and environmental pollution, holes are created in the ozone layer and because of which harmful UV rays enter the earth.


  • Chlorofluorocarbons or CFCs are the main reasons for the depletion of ozone layer. These CFCs can be generally found in aerosols, refrigerators and air coolants etc.
  • According to researchers, unregulated launching of rockets can do more harm to the ozone layer than the CFCs.
  • Volcanic eruptions are also a cause for ozone depletion.
  • Nitrogen compounds such as NO2, N2O and NO mostly used in industries, agricultural fertilizers etc. also affect ozone.


  • Human beings are directly exposed to the ultraviolet rays due to ozone depletion and it leads to serious health issues such as cancer, skin diseases, cataract, quick ageing and weakened immune system.
  • UV rays can also cause cancer in animals.
  • Ozone depletion also affects the environment because strong ultraviolet rays leads to minimal growth and photosynthesis of plants. It also severely affects forests.
  • Ultraviolet rays has been found to cause damage in the early development stages of fishes and amphibians. Another effect on marine organisms is decreasing their ability to reproduce.


As the coronavirus started spreading rapidly around the earth, the whole was shut down due to the pandemic and all the commercial and industrial activities came to a standstill. This was a decision to actually stop the spread of the disease. It was a “Blessing in disguise” because it indirectly gave ample time for the environment to heal itself. Some studies have also shown good improvements in the quality of air, clear sky and decrease in pollution. It was also found that the ozone layer stopped depleting and started healing itself during the shutdown.


From our part, we can express gratitude to nature by controlling pollution, using eco-friendly products, limiting vehicle use and finally planting more and more trees.



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Violence Against Doctors

“Hands that heal, should not bleed.’

2021 has brought with it a second wave of Covid-19 in India. People with underlying comorbidities are especially at risk, and stringent lockdown rules have been put in place in all high risk areas. The healthcare infrastructure has been crumbling under the critical load of patients, and hotels and auditoriums have been converted into isolation areas and vaccination centers.

Throughout all this, doctors have been working tirelessly day and night to save the people of India. Doctors have put themselves at risk to look after critical patients and make sure every human being has an equal and fair chance at survival. And this is what some people of India do. Attack the very healthcare professionals that are trying to save them.

A recent incident in Assam shook the entire medical fraternity.  A doctor at a coronavirus facility in Assam’s Hojai, around 140 kms from Guwahati, was mercilessly punched, kicked, and pounded with metal trash cans and bricks, by the relatives of a Covid patient who had died, allegedly due to oxygen shortage. Locals also assaulted the doctor who is now hospitalized but stable.

In another incident in India, a 50 year old doctor was attacked by four people following the death of his 6 year old dengue patient. In Mumbai, a female resident doctor attached to KEM was allegedly abused by the kin of the patient after the 18 year old died due to cardiac arrest in the hospital.

The very profession that has helped India rise from the shadows of the pandemic, is now in a very dark place. The Indian Medical Association has reported that 75% of doctors face verbal or physical abuse in hospital premises and fear of violence was the most common stress factor in 43% of the doctors.  Highest number of violence cases were reported in emergency care and 70% of the acts were initiated by the patient’s relatives. In the last 5 years, around 670 cases have been registered across the country pertaining to violence against doctors.

Imagine. After 5 years of studying, 3 years of specialization and 3 more years of super specializations, After countless of nights of studying and putting in their blood, sweat and tears, doctors go back home after being beaten up in the hospital or being mentally or verbally abused or threatened. No human being, let alone a doctor should go through anything of this sort. There are so many things that can be done to prevent this and we need to start acting now.

Security. Changing the behavior and mentality of those harming doctors will take a long time. Meanwhile, this is one of the first measures that the state or district should implement. Unfortunately, we have come to the stage where healthcare professionals feel safe and are safe only when there is proper security in place in hospitals and care centers.

Did you know that only 1.5% of the total GDP (Gross Domestic Product) goes into the healthcare sector of our country. If there is not enough money to buy medical equipment, build better infrastructure and increase the number of beds in the hospital, how will the doctors be able to treat the patient?

Media and the stereotype made my people about doctors. In many interviews across states, people have described doctors as ‘looters’ or people who just want to gain money. We need to understand one thing. Only those people enter the medical field who are compassionate, considerate, hardworking and have an inner passion for helping people. ‘Minting money’ is a general term associated with doctors in movies, plays and in short, the media. This needs to change as soon as possible.

Imagine, everyday, all medical students of this country wake up to such headlines in the newspaper. That their future profession is being painted red by the very people they want to serve. What does this do to their mental state? Doctors are being beaten up, attacked with chairs and medical equipment. Is this some kind of joke?

There were times when medical profession was considered to be noble. People respected doctors and had faith in them. But when doctors started being proclaimed as God, that’s when the line was crossed. That’s when people started thinking, doctors can cure us of any ailment.  We need to create awareness about the current incidents happening in the country, and we need change, as soon as possible.

Mental Health

The Peer pressure of society usually affect all of us. The Society thinks their right to judge somebody on the basis of their physical appearance, intelligence, choices and opinions. Judgement is the harsh reality of Indian society. At some point, Everybody have to face the repercussions of being judged at every decision we take. It build more stress and anxiety in our normal day to day life. Due to ongoing competition, Everyone tries to stay ahead from each other in terms of social and financial status. This race takes away the peace within us which motivates us on doing good things in our life.
Everyone says, Life is a race but it is your choice to run with everybody and lose your inner peace or to stay calm in the middle of chaos and handle everything with calm and maturity. In 21st century, Mental health is a stigma of which not many people are comfortable talking about. People recommend to go and see a doctor when any physical damage happen on the body. But Nobody cares, When you are broken from inside. Just like you go to the doctor for physical wounds, It is very important to take a appointment with your doctor to discuss about any problem related to Mental health.
In 2021 due to lockdown, Life has taken a serious turn which made us insecure about our future. Many people have lost their loved ones due to the pandemic. The students are unable to get the clarity about what is going to happen next and It creates a lot of panic in youngster’s mind. The thoughts like suicide and harming ourself often comes in our mind. Only way to deal with such problems is to go to a Psychologist and attend some session. Now a days, There are so many influencer and motivational speakers who provide online session for student suffering from depression.
Many cases of suicide have been noticed due to Lockdown. Most of the cases is due to depression and anxiety. It is time when everybody feels lonely and needs somebody to support and motivate them. Government should start campaign to spread awareness regarding dealing with mental issues and depression. It can surely help every individual to overcome from the fear of being alone. Life is hard and It takes a lot of courage to live it under such harsh circumstance. It doesn’t mean that Suicide can only be a solution of it.
If you every feel lonely, try to share your emotions with the people you are most comfortable with. Try to be busy as no such thoughts can come in your mind. Always try to do those activities which makes you feel happy . Mental health should be our prime focus to deal with and try to do some meditation and yoga. It keeps us more focused in reaching our goals in life.

Global Warming

Global warming refers to the heating up of the Earth climate due to the activities of the human beings . Some of such devastating activities are emission of carbon dioxide , fossil fuels , and other green house gases into the environment .

The long term effects of global warming are as follows :

Melting of ice = It is not something new . It is a topic which is very familiar to all of us . Melting of ice has been consistent since past few years .

This activity is not coming to an end in the past few years . In this year only the largest glacier of the world in Antarctica has come off .

Abrupt Changes In Temperature = Now a days floods , cyclones , Tsunamis are something which seem to be a bit common . There is nothing new in them .

This year only two cyclones came in India which caused immense destruction is some parts of the country . Whatever we give to the nature , the nature will revert the same back to us .

Plants and Animals = Now a days regularly some or the other species of animals are getting extinct . A few days early only the white rhino became extinct . The last such beast ended .

The life of such animals as well as plants is getting tremendously affected by the change in the the temperature caused by primarily the activities of the human beings .


So finally these were the effects of global warming caused by the activities of all  of us .We still have to undo the bad deeds done by all of us in the past before nature takes more revenge in a further terrifying way from us . 

Fashion tips for teens

We all love to dress up. But, dressing up also includes fashion. Teenagers like to follow the latest fashion trends available in the market and they like to try them. 

First of all what is fashion? Fashion is the form of expressing ourselves in front of people. These fashion trends change from time to time. It includes clothing, footwear and accessories. Teenagers love to be in trend. It is our freedom to dress up and explore the latest current trends that suit our taste.

Even though we love to keep the fashion trend in our mind we should be comfortable in dressing up. If we are not comfortable in the outfit that we choose try tp find some other alternatives instead of sticking to it without having a comfort. Don’t worry about the weight if you like what you wear don’t wait for others to give thier opinion. Criticism in fashion and what you are dressing up is not important. Don’t give a damn to these people.

There are lots of jeans available in the market nowadays. Like high-waisted jeans, ripped jeans, mid-waisted jeans, low-waisted jeans and boyfriend jeans. Many girls prefer boyfriend jeans as it is super cool and has lots of hidden pockets to keep your things. Wear colors that suits to your skin. You can choose your outfit based on your shape. There are lots of options available in the internet to find the right outfit for your shape and size. 

Having a good hairstyle with your outfit is a plus. Choose hairstyles that matches your outfit. Try something new and you will be astonished by the results. But as a teens we have budget issues. But doesn’t let us stay away from fashion. There are lots of trends available in the market from Low budget to High budget. 

Once you are dressed up take photos and make a lookbook in your phone to see the changes. It will help you to identify which trend suits you well. If you love fashion designing there are courses available for you to take up and the advantage is you can choose your own fashion trend. 

Nowadays crop tops are trending everywhere. You can pair the crop top with high-waisted jeans if you don’t want to expose your navle. Also, crop tops can also be paired with straight pants. If you are working women and want to change your dressing sense try to pair collared shirt with full sleeve and straight cut cigarette pants. It is one of the killing office looks. Mostly collared outfits will look good for your workplace.

During winter season you can opt for Sweatshirts. They are really cool and will keep you warm and match it with your favorite pair of jeans. Style it according to your taste and don’t forget your hairstyle to match with. 

If you like floral dresses you can match it with denim jackets. Denim jackets are the best to go with floral dresses. It will enhance your look. Especially during winter season denim jackets will keep you warm. Some people don’t like to wear sleeveless dresses but they like floral prints. In that case denim jackets are your saviour.

A pair of cool sunglasses also enriches your looks. When you are traveling have at least 2 pairs of sunglasses in your travel list. Not only it protects you from sun rays but adds a cool look to your outfit.

How To Grow Your Blog Faster 100% guaranteed

10 Reasons Why Your Blog Isn’t Growing (and How to Fix It)

It takes time and commitment to produce blog content regularly. But if your dream blog isn’t growing in such a dreamy way, you may be understandably frustrated. You may also be scratching your head and wondering why you’re not growing your audience, making money, or getting raves from blog visitors.

If Google Analytics is constantly reminding you how few page views your blog is getting every time you check key blogging-related stats, take comfort in knowing there are ways you can remedy this situation. This advice also applies if you have an existing blog that’s stalling growth-wise.

Below, you’ll find a list of 10 reasons why your blog may not be growing. Additionally, you’ll discover some suggestions for what to do to fix each of the issues mentioned.

1. You’re Not Truly Passionate about the Focus of Your Blog

If you’re not fully devoted to the topic of focus of your blog, how can you expect anyone else to be? Even if you’ve only shifted from your preferred topic to one that’s related but more popular, expect a lack of passion (or interest) to be evident to readers.

The Fix

Having the right mindset is what ultimately makes blog content work. Keeping this in mind, here’s what you can do to fix this issue: choose a topic you’re devoted to.

Granted, what you prefer to post about may not be THE most popular topic for your industry or niche. However, you’ll see some degree of steady growth if readers can tell you’re personally invested and fully interested in what you’re blogging about.


2. You don’t have an email list

You may be experiencing insufficient blog growth if you don’t yet have an email list. Blogging is only going to be effective if you are actively building relationships with your readers. An email list is one of the most effective ways to accomplish this goal.

The Fix

A simple way to get started with an email list is to ask blog readers to subscribe. These subscriptions will give you the basic information necessary to start an email list.

Subscribers will get notifications when you post something new. You can also segment your list based on what posts subscribers are commenting on and sharing to further target individual interests and encourage engagement with your blog.

3. Inconsistent Quality with Blog Content

Even the best bloggers have moments where they may be crunched for time and tempted to crank out a fairly mundane post or nothing more than a re-do of a previous post. Unfortunately, it’s not enough to quickly ramble through a 200-300 word post and call it a day, even if you have a valid reason for doing so.

The Fix

Before you post something new, reduce the risk of disappointing your readers with a lack of sufficient quality by asking yourself the following questions:

  • Is this post on par with the other ones in terms of how it’s written and presented?
  • Have I delivered on the implied promise suggested by my blog’s purpose or premise?
  • Would I find this post interesting and engaging if I came across it?

On a related note, the optimal content length for blog posts in 2021 is, according to data compiled by HubSpot, between 2,100 and 2,400 words. Even so, the total length of your posts doesn’t matter as much as the quality.

Shorter posts can still work well for times when you’re a bit pressed for time as long as the quality is still kept in mind. Plus, there’s no point in stretching out a really good 500-word post into a mediocre 1000-word one just for the sake of upping your word count.

4. No Clear Sense of Order or Organization

Your blog may not be growing if it reminds visitors of their messy childhood bedroom. If it’s difficult to find new posts or check out old ones without digging through a bunch of clutter, readers may quickly bail on your blog.

Clicktale reports blogs have an average bounce rate of 70 to 90 percent – although bounce rates don’t significantly impact a blog’s ranking for SEO purposes. However, it’s still a metric to keep an eye on to determine how visitors are interacting with your blog’s content. If you’re noticing an excessively high bounce rate and your blog has no clear organization, this may be why it’s not growing.

The Fix

Create a sense of order and organization for your blog by:

  • Putting your posts into broad categories
  • Creating sub-categories within each of your main categories
  • Using tags to direct visitors to related blog content
  • Putting your newer content front-and-center
  • Archiving your older posts in a way that allows this content to be easily accessed
  • Using internal links to take readers to related archived posts
  • Periodically sorting through your posts to remove ones no longer relevant or ones you’ve already re-written or updated

5. Lack of Variety with Your Posts

Variety is more than just the spice of life, it’s also what makes a blog inviting for visitors. If you’re sticking with a similar style for all your posts, this may be why your blog’s growth has been stunted.

The Fix

There are many different options for how blog content can be presented. Mix things up style-wise with your blog by considering any of the following possibilities with blog-related content:

  • Lists
  • Tutorials/how-to’s
  • Resource or link list posts based on curated content
  • Checklists
  • Personal stories or in-depth posts
  • Reviews
  • Interviews

Give your blog posts even more variety in a way that encourages growth by mixing up text with relevant images and, when appropriate, a complimentary video. Infographics can also add some flavor to your blog posts by presenting your main points in a visually appealing and easily digestible way.

6. Being Too Active on Other Platforms

If your blog is just one of many things on a very busy digital to-do list, this may be the reason for lackluster results with your blogging efforts. Working too hard to maintain a digital presence could leave you taking shortcuts, like recycling content from other sources for your blog posts.

Being too busy with various platforms may also have you posting inconsistently and doing other things that could impact your blog’s performance.

The Fix

Narrow down your digital to-do list focusing on a handful of platforms you can manage. Another option is to delegate some of your blogging obligations.

If the problem is trying to juggle multiple blogs, consider folding your under-performing blogs or consolidating content into one blog that’s easier to manage.

7. No Definition for Your Brand’s Style or Identity

Blogging is often more effective when there’s a clear identity behind it. In other words, someone coming to your blog should be able to easily tell they’ve come across your blog content.

The reason why this tends to work well is because of the natural inclination of blog visitors to stick with what’s familiar. If your blog has no defined style or identity, readers may be hesitant to commit or keep coming back. You’ll also be building trust by presenting your blog in a way that makes it easy to identify and clearly linked to your brand’s core values.

The Fix

There are many ways to define your blog’s identity and style for your intended audience. With blog content, set up guidelines for anyone posting or guest posting. Doing so keeps the tone and general appearance of your blog and its content consistent.

With the appearance of your blog, define your brand’s style and identify by:

  • Using 3-4 go-to colors
  • Limiting fonts and font sizes to maintain consistency
  • Creating a logo or stylized title that makes your blog more identifiable

8. No Clear Goals for Your Blog

What’s your ultimate vision for your blog? What kind of growth do you expect for your blog? If you haven’t yet given much thought to these types of questions this may be why your blog isn’t growing.

The goals you have for blogging will determine how everything else works with your blog, from how you engage with visitors and readers to how much time and effort you put into it. A blog that’s only a side hobby, for instance, is going to very different than the one you intend to use as your primary source of income – or an extension of your business.

The Fix

First off, stay focused on why you started your blog in the first place. You’re not going to inspire engagement and earn loyalty from readers if your blog drifts off course or appears to have no clear rhyme or reason.

Next, make it easier to set reasonable goals for your blog by:

  • Defining the overall goal of your blog
  • Setting short-term goals you feel reasonably confident you can achieve
  • Having longer-term goals that will serve as a guide for where your blog will eventually go with its content

9. Not Marketing Your Blog

So, you’ve put a lot of time and effort into blogging and, let’s say, you’ve covered all the blogging bases already covered here. Way to go! But, wait, why are you still getting very little payoff for all your hard work and diligence?!?

If this applies to your situation, the problem may be a failure to market your blog. After all, it’s estimated there are 600 million blogs in the world today. So, not surprisingly, it’s easy to get lost in a sea of blog content if you’re not making an effort to reach out to your target audience.

The Fix

Your blog isn’t going to grow if you expect your awesome content to be discovered. The fix here is to put together a marketing plan for your blog and its content.

The good thing about marketing a blog is the many possibilities with this process. A perfect place to start is with your social media pages and any existing email lists you may have.

Blog-related marketing efforts can also involve:

  • Complementing each post with visuals
  • Using on-page and off-page SEO strategies to make your blog searchable
  • Writing compelling, brief, and descriptive titles for your posts
  • Repurposing your blog-based content on your website and social pages to direct visitors back to your more in-depth blog content
  • Making the effort to encourage quality and relevant links that point back to your blog from trusted sources
  • Creating a UTM link to attract marketing campaigns
  • Answering questions on Quora
  • Using heat maps

Marketing your blog can also involve reaching out to online influencers in your niche. Additionally, it can be beneficial to become a guest blogger yourself on popular blogs specific to your niche.

One other possibility with blog-related marketing is to place your blog directly on your website or to make it accessible from your site. People tend to like convenience, so if your blog is easy to find and get to, you may be rewarded with steady growth.

10. Blog Content Isn’t a Good Fit for Your Target Audience

Be willing to take an honest look at your blog content if you’re not seeing the desired or expected results with your topics. Even if you firmly believe you’re producing amazing content, there may be some issues you’re not aware of yet.

One possibility is that your content is not in line with what your intended audience expects based on factors such as:

  • Your blog’s title
  • The nature of the content
  • The way your blog’s topic is covered

The Fix

If a disconnect with your target audience is an issue, fine-tune your blog content so it’s better tailored to your audience. A/B testing your posts is one way to do this. What you’ll be doing with A/B testing is comparing two similar posts and seeing which one gets the best results

Another potential fix is to adjust your blog so it targets an audience likely to be more appreciative of how you’re approaching the topic. Yes, this will likely mean redefining your demographics and other audience data points, but it could be that is what is necessary to give you the growth you want to see.

Final Thoughts

Many issues can affect your blog or make blogging seem more like a chore than something you truly enjoy. Once you narrow down the issues likely stalling growth, however, you can take steps to get the results you want.

If, for instance, a lack of fresh, consistent content is the main issue, welcoming guest blog posts is one way to resolve this problem. Once you make some adjustments, whatever they end up being, have patience. It will take some time to see a shift in engagement patterns.

Lastly, stay on top of your blogging stats. This way you can make appropriate adjustments to your content and how it’s presented once you get a better feel for how your blog content is performing.


  1. *Nature, in the broadest sense, is equivalent to the natural world, physical world, or material world. “Nature” refers to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general. … The term “nature” may refer to living plants and animals, geological processes, weather, and physics, such as matter and energy.Imagine a world without Nature .

*Nature is very importance of humans have needed to survive and thrive, was provided by the natural world around us : food, water, medicine, materials, for shelter, and even natural cycles such us climate and nutrients . Nature is our sole supplier.

*Nature, in the broadest sense, is the natural, physical, material world or universe. “Nature” can refer to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general. … Within the various uses of the word today, “nature” often refers to geology and wildlife.

  • According to The Merriam-Webster Dictionary, nature is “a creative and controlling force in the universe,” “the external world in its entirety” or “humankind’s original condition.” The New Oxford American Dictionary describes nature as “the phenomena of the physical world collectively, including plants, animals


In India and all over the world corona virus is spreading because of that many people are affected and some have died. In this time students health is more important. Government has set rules that no one should go to school, all should study through online class. Students should learn their subjects through online classes because of this rules teachers took class as they were in school.  Many students were affected by their schools rules that there will be full day class an all so that government told there will be online class for three hours per day. They were conducting tests and exams through online classes. The classes will be for after two hours after the classes that students will be left free with some work. In this situation some parents didn’t allow their children to play games are watching movies and other cartoon things in television and in mobile phones. Many children are playing games and wasting their time we should schedule some time for playing and studying. Some parents joined their students in coding classes like white hat junior and many other classes through online is not a wrong way because they are not forcing if they also there is no problem the children may worry now but their future will be bright because he studied all things in computer in small age itself.  In a day that to during summer holidays it is a very helpful time to utilize anything which is possible and helpful for future studies. Each minute in this world is meaningful we cannot replace it with anything it is more valuable thing. The children’s always have a cute face they will be always active to maintain it and feel them we should allow playtime that to in this corona pandemic days we cannot allow them out but at least we can spend some valuable time with our children. Playtime just for half an hour or one hour that to not allow them to play in mobile phones or any other gadgets after that they will be fresh so that they can study their subjects any other course like toy making, cooking, gaming, karate etc.. These are some things which make their minds fresh.

Advantages of studying online classes:

  • They are near their parents so they will be attentive.
  • They will finish their home works correctly.
  • Children have lot of time after online classes.
  • Children can study well through online class.
  • If there’s any doubt they can ask teacher or parents or Google.

 Disadvantages of studying online classes:

  • Students cannot meet their friends.
  • They cannot be as they were in school days.
  • There will not be much fun the class will not be more interactive.
  • Many students will not have proper network connection.
  • Due to three hours phone is getting hot and easily hanged.

Online class is a best thing for students because the children are with their parents so they will be attentive in class. If the student is in school with their friends they will be talking or doing something because of the online class the children focus is in class. After online classes they are learning some things which are helpful for their future without wasting time they are learning avoiding games.

The ‘Delta variant’

The Covid19 variant B.1.617.2, was first detected in India. It is known as the ‘Delta variant’ which transmits faster and is more infectious than the Alpha variant (B.1.617.1 strain) which was first spotted in Kent- UK. The WHO (World Health Organization) categorized it as a Variant of Concern (VOC).

According to the WHO, the strain is found in 62 countries. It is becoming the dominant variant in several countries. The second wave in India, which caused the devastation is because of this variant.

Why B.1.617.2 is a VOC?

  • This variant has 12 mutations in its spike protein compared to the initial strain that broke out in Wuhan.
  • More ACE2 enzymes appears to be assisting the entry of coronaviruses around the mutations L452R and T478K that characterized the variant.
  • The vaccines are only 33% effective against symptomatic disease from B.1.617.2 variant 3 weeks after the 1st dose but were 50% effective against B.1.1.7.

Delta variant’s resistance to the vaccine is high. The effectiveness of vaccine for this variant after the second dose is higher, but it is low for delta while comparing to the Alpha. Most of the cases reporting are people who aren’t vaccinated, 2 doses of the vaccine could possibly prevent from getting infected. In case of infection despite having vaccinated, it would reduce the level of infection caused by the virus.




Importance of mental health

         Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.

      Physical discomfort or illness causes the mind to be upset and this is but natural as physical pain is reflected in the thoughts produced in the mind. On your physical state depending on your mental state? This is one way of explaining the nature of mental health; this is one way of explaining the intimate mind-body relationship. It is pretty difficult to conquer illness through mental strength, for; the body-mind relationship is as intimate as the mind has a place in the body. The mutual influence of the body and the mind is a natural phenomenon. It should be understood that while the human body is substantive and perceivable by the senses the mind is just a concept, a stream of consciousness.

Mental health is sometimes unrelated to physical ailments. The health of the mind may rarely be a separate subject of study unrelated to the physique as psychoactive thoughts influence the mind when psychoanalysis comes in handy. Delusions, exaggerations, weird imagination, day-dreams, nightmares etc. aggravate the illness of the mind, and psychodrama, a form of psychotherapy in which patients act out events from the past, may be ideal in restoring a patient with mental illness to normalcy.

Some of the youth of our day spoil their mental health by getting addicted to drugs and liquor. Under the influence of the drugs and liquor they lose their normalcy. They should realise that they should avoid bad habits. They should know that courage is their strength. Youngsters should develop a tendency to face life with an optimistic outlook and should never be neurotic. They should develop sound mental health by training themselves to be calm, collected, resolute and self-confident. As you grow your self-confidence and resoluteness should grow with you and you should be a force to reckon with.

There is no general agreement on what constitutes sound mental health. In fact, it is easier to certify someone as mentally unhealthy as healthy. If someone needs psychiatric help to overcome his problems he is said to be mentally unhealthy.

Sound mental health is generally the result of happiness. Happiness arises out of our achievements. We attempt to do something difficult. If we achieve success in doing it we are happy and consequently we are in sound mental health. Sound mental health is caused by our success in our profession, by happiness in the family atmosphere, by keeping our relationship with outsiders sound and healthy.

The mental health of the students will be sound if they do well in their examinations and feel happy. The mental health of the students will be sound if they have good relationship with their teachers. The mental health of the students will be sound if their parents show them much love and encourage them, if they have good relationship with their brothers, sisters and friends.






positive body image

We are bombarded everyday with images of perfection: perfect lives, perfect bodies, perfect children, all held up for inspection via social media. these images are hard to live up to, so perhaps it is no wonder that charities warn that mental health problems are rising, especially among young people. Ut is, however, possible to take steps to protect yourself against the onslaught of perfection. One powerful weapon to develop is a positive body image, an acceptance of your body and both its good and bad points. This helps you to become confident and comfortable in your own skin.


Body image is how you see yourself physically, both when you think about yourself, and when you look in a mirror. Body image can be affected by stereotypes and beliefs, including those of the people around you as well as your own. Having a positive body image does not mean that you think everything about your body is perfect. After all ,nobody is perfect, no even supermodels. Instead, positive body image means accepting your body for what it is, celebrating your natural shape and size, and how your body performs. People with positive body image understand that personal appearance has very little to do with ability or character . They are confident and comfortable with themselves, and do not waste time worrying about their body.


Developing a positive body image ,or, helping someone else to do so, requires three key skills or characteristics:

  1. GOOD SELF ESTEEM-Those with low self esteem may also have a more negative image of their bodies, because they have a generally low opinion of themselves and their abilities. Both are also linked to self confidence. Improving your self esteem requires building up your view of yourself. It means taking control of your inner dialogue, and ensuring that it becomes more positive. Instead of focusing on what might go wrong, it is important to focus on what is already good.
  2. A POSITIVE ATTITUDE -The second element, a positive attitude, is closely linked to self esteem. Positive thinking is the idea that you can change your life by thinking more positively. We should try to avoid perfectionism as nobody is perfect and trying to be perfect in any sphere is only going to lead to problems in the long term. Avoid making comparisons and try to simply celebrate others’ successes as well as your own. Not rushing to judge is likely to make you kinder and pleasanter to be around.
  3. EMOTIONAL AWARENESS AND SELF CONTROL, SOMETIMES CALLED EMOTIONAL STABILITY-Finally, to manage your views about your body, you need to be aware and in control of your emotions. There will be times when you see or hear things that will upset you, and affect your view of your body. At these times, you need to be able to understand what you are feeling, and why, to help you manage and master those feelings, and avoid them affecting your body image on a permanent basis.


A poor or negative body image can be starting point for serious mental illnesses, including eating disorders such as anorexia, as well as anxiety and depression. Building and maintaining a positive body image is therefore important. Learning to accept yourself and your body or even just to give yourself a break now and then is one of the most important skills for the mind.


“IT SHALL BE THE DUTY OF EVERY CITIZEN OF INDIA TO PROTECT AND IMPROVE THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT INCLUDING FORESTS, LAKES, WILDLIFE, RESOURCES, AND RIVERS TO HAVE COMPASSION FOR LIVING CREATURES”. – ARTICLE 51-A, DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY. An Environment is everything that is around us, including both Living and non- Living things such as SOIL, WATER, ANIMALS, and PLANTS which adapt themselves to their surroundings. The Environment plays an important role in the existence of life on the planet EARTH! It is nature’s gift that helps in nourishing life on the planet EARTH. Environment plays an important role in HEALTHY LIVING and EXISTENCE OF LIFE in on EARTH. But, “ARE WE REALLY LIVING HEALTHY”? “ARE OUR ENVIRONMENT BEING ENOUGH PROTECTED FOR NOURISHING LIFE ON EARTH”? Well, We all know the answer of it! The way we all are living our lives so selfishly, only focusing on our personal needs, by utilising all natural resources it won’t be wrong to make a statement that we have failed to be a RESPONSIBLE CITIZEN! “RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR ENVIRONMENT”. “RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR MOTHER NATURE”. Here, the question that arises is that what has happened around the world that has affected our ENVIRONMENT so badly? What has caused the AIR to be IMPURE? What is making SEA LEVEL rise more and more, leading to severe FLOODS, CYCLONES, across the whole world? INDEED, IT IS CLIMATE CHANGE. Today, CLIMATE CHANGE is an accepted fact unlike a decade ago, where scientists and governments were arguing about its existence! In simple terms,. It refers to the RISE IN AVERAGE SURFACE TEMPERATURES ON EARTH. CLIMATE CHANGE is a LONG-TERM SHIFT in WEATHER CONDITIONS identified by changes in TEMPERATURE, PRECIPITATION, WINDS and OTHER INDICATORS. IS CLIMATE CHANGE REAL? There is a broad based agreement within the scientific community that CLIMATE CHANGE IS REAL. An overwhelming scientific consensus maintains that CLIMATE CHANGE is due primarily to the human use of FOSSIL FUELS, which releases CARBON-DIOXIDE and other GREENHOUSE GASES into the air. The GASES trap heat within the ATMOSPHERE, which can have a range of effects on ECOSYSTEMS, including RISING SEA LEVELS, SEVERE WEATHER EVENTS AND DROUGHT THAT Render landscapes! The UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION concur that CLIMATE CHANGE is indeed occuring and is almost certainly due to human activities. As, concentrations of Green House Gases have increased, the EARTH has warmed. Today’s INDUSTRIALISED COUNTRIES including, NEW ZEALAND have built their economies on BURNING FOSSIL FUELS to provide ELECTRICITY, TRANSPORT and to develop industries. Developing countries are now beginning to do the same!

Humans, Thus are increasingly influencing the CLIMATE and Earth’s temperature by burning FOSSIL FUELS, DEFORESTATION, USAGE OF FERTILIZERS and LIVESTOCK FARMING. Sixteen of the SEVENTEENTH WARMEST YEARS, on record have been in 21st century. Wikipedia says that though there have been previous periodics of climate change, since the Mid 20th century, humans have had an unprecedented impact on Earth’s CLIMATE CHANGE and caused change on Global change. The INTERGOVERNMENTAL PANEL ON CLIMATE CHANGE (IPCC), which includes more than 1300 scientists from the UNITED STATES, and other countries, forecasts a temperature rise of 2.5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit over the next century. Global Climate change is projected to continue to change over this century and beyond. The magnitude of CLIMATE CHANGE beyond the next few decades depends primarily on the amount of heat trapping gases emitted globally and how sensitive the Earth’s climate is. HURRICANES WILL BECOME STRONGER, leading to CYCLONES like, TAUKTAE( the most recent one) another one, named AMPHAN and many more. ARCTIC LIKELY TO BECOME ICE- FREE, and many more.

Hence, Climate change is one of the most critical GLOBAL CHALLENGES of our times. Recent events have emphatically demonstrated our growing vulnerability to CLIMATE CHANGE. Climate change impacts will range from affecting agriculture further endangering FOOD SECURITY- to SEA LEVEL RISE, SPECIES EXTINCTIONS, and spread of VECTOR BORNE DISEASES AND DISEASES LIKE CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) which has led to severe disruptions of our lifestyle. Hence, the issue is of immense importance for every global citizen. This is why IT REQUIRES GLOBAL INITIATIVES AGAINST IT.

THE WORLD IS ACTING NOW! MITIGATING CLIMATE CHANGE is about reducing the release of greenhouse gas emissions that are warming the planet. There have been many GLOBAL INITIATIVES to prevent CLIMATE CHANGE started by various sectors. THE UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME (UNEP) stimulates worldwide awareness of the Environment and enhances political attention and action through WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY, commemorated each year on 5TH JUNE. UNEP is asking countries and governments to focus on their GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS and how to Reduce them. It tries to raise voice AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE. WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO) is also initiating a campaign against CLIMATE CHANGE. Since 1998, ASEAN also has taken many initiatives and actions on the ground to address land and forest fires and haze pollution. To Conclude, it is now clear that initiatives to prevent CLIMATE CHANGE are started, but most importantly these initiatives must be continuous and sustainable. And every citizen will need to understand the importance of taking action on their own and contribute to prevent CLIMATE CHANGE. As LEONARDO DI CAPRIO well said: “The Argument is Over. Anyone that doesn’t believe that CLIMATE CHANGE is happening doesn’t believe in SCIENCE”.

Traditional Vs Modern medicine

Traditional versus Modern

India has a rich lexicon of traditional medicinal practices. The recent tussle between the traditional systems and modern medicine has started the debate about which is better. After the government legalized the use of some surgical methods in the traditional system, the spark became a fire and the fight between the two intensified. In December 2020 postgraduates of Ayurveda were allowed to practice specific medical surgeries through a government notification. Indian Medical Association (IMA) criticized this move and protested against it.
India is a country with strong cultural beliefs and trust in traditional ways and means. Hence people cannot be coerced to completely reject these systems. A better model would be the one where both complement each other. Take China for example. In China, both traditional along with modern medicines were used during the COVID-19 pandemic and they reported a decrease in mortality rates.
In India, six traditional systems namely Ayurveda, Unani, Homeopathy, Sowa Rigpa, Naturopathy and Siddha are recognised by the government. A dedicated ministry of AYUSH was established to formalize these traditional systems. They can be used to complement modern Allopathy because India is a densely populated country with a shortage of medical experts. Synergies between the two systems and collaborative work can help ease the burden on the present healthcare infrastructure.
Hence instead of viewing each other as arch-nemesis, they should try to work in tandem for the goal of a better public health care system. Also, there is a large population in rural India and even among the urban intelligentsia who put their faith in traditional medicines for various non-lethal medical conditions. The traditional system can help reduce the burden faced by the modern system of medicine. COVID -19 overwhelmed the hospitals and less serious illnesses were sidelined. This created discomfort for many patients. In such a situation a well organized traditional system was able to provide relief to many. Together they can reinvigorate the health care system for the benefit of the public at large.
Although only six systems of traditional medicines are recognized by the ministry there are several other systems that are lesser-known because they are practiced amongst remote communities or tribal communities. A lot of research is required to compile that knowledge. India needs to get intellectual property rights for its rich heritage. Traditional knowledge digital library (TKDL) is an initiative by the government of India to collect these hidden cultural treasures.
Lastly, the choice remains with the public. They can decide where to get treated. The role of government should be to formalize the traditional system. More solid evidence of their efficacy and therapeutic effect should be collected. This will not only win the trust of the people but also the doctors practicing modern medicine.
Also, it is important to recognize the contribution of the doctors during the pandemic. Public figures should refrain from passing sensitive comments because the country is going through a tumultuous time. Solidarity and appreciation for the compromises made by the doctors should be instilled. The differences should be kept on the back burner. Instead, emphasis on the fight against the common enemy, the Wuhan virus, should be the pivot of all discussions.

What is Content Writing?

Content Writing is writing engaging contents for a company, article publishing house, and newspaper editorials. Content Writing is a most in-deman jobs nowadays. Whether it is a startup or a small scale company they need content writers for thier blogs or website. Writing engaging contents will attract the viewers in their company and their profit will increase. 

Content Writing can also include writing scripts for Web Series, Podcasts and Dramas. Writing a high quality content is important to attract readers. Words have big emotions than actions. Delivering a good content is as important as delivering feelings and emotions.

One can do content writing as their freelance work. If you are really passionate about writing and want to make some money out of that you can take content writing as a part time job to explore more. Clients will pay you based on the number of words you delivered. 

There are different types of content writing such as writing Articles, Delivering newsletters, Email writing and Ebooks. Sometimes the company might ask you to write SEO based content to generate traffic on their website. If you are planning to take content writing as a job then you can learn SEO to increase your chances of getting hired. 

Writing a powerful content is important for Email Marketing. When a person read a mail he/she should be convinced about the products or things you are suggesting. To do that delivering good contents are more important. For example if you are reading an email and the content is not good and captivating enough you will right away skip that and move on. So writing a good content for everything should be important not only for email marketing.

When you work as a content writer for niches that you are not familiar with do a thorough research before writing the content for that company. Before planning to work as a freelance content writer make sure to have your portfolio ready. Because the first thing the client will look for is your portfolio. And if you have worked as a content writer don’t forget to add that to your resume. Also do some content writing internships to get some experience. In this way you will learn more about the writing strategies. Whether is paid or unpaid take that internship to get some experience. Only experience and a good portfolio will increase your chance of getting hired. 

Don’t get disheartened if you couldn’t find your first client in Content Writing. It will take lots of time and hard work. So start by applying for internships in that way you can get your clients in a short manner. Don’t be too desperate and reach clients in a fast manner and make them terrified. For example if you want to reach a client in social media handles first try to read their work genuinely. Don’t reach out to them without reading their work and give false statements about their work. It will create a bad impression. 

Try to appreciate their work if it was really good and gradually let them know that you want to gain some experience from them. Because they have lots of experience they might consider you and help you in your content writing career.

peer pressure isn’t all bad

We all share the need to connect with others,no matter the age. We want a sense of belonging at home and within the community. Being accepted by peers is an important part of adolescence. Teens yearn to fit in and to be seen in a favorable light. As a result,peers often have a strong influence on teens behaviors,choices and actions. Too often, we assume peer influence is harmful. We tend to associate peer pressure with one forceful teen pushing another into doing something negative. But there are plenty of positive ways peer influence their teen counterparts.

There are five major positive types of peer pressure :

  1. INSPIRING POSITIVE CHOICES- There are plenty of ways young people influence others to make good choices. For example, if a group of friends takes part in a volunteer project, it may inspire others to join in on something they may have otherwise not gotten involved. In a girl’s case,she works harder to get good grades because her peer is committed to doing well in school. They have a strong work ethic, and now so does she.
  2. PICKING UP HEALTHY HABITS – Fitting in fells good. It can even help in contribute to overall health. Friends who make healthy choices for themselves may encourage your teen to do the same. Whether it’s joining the school track club, choosing a healthy option instead of junk food, or making it easier to say no in a situation where drugs or alcohol are present, peers often act as positive role models. Other times, they may use peer pressure to inspire your teen to give up established bad habits and begin new healthier ones.
  3. SHARING NEW EXPERIENCES – Trying new things can be hard. It takes courage and confidence. For young people, trying something new along with friends can be inspirational. Sharing new experiences with others can make them feel more confident. Whether it’s trying out a new roller coaster, presenting a school report in front of the class, or going on a first double date, there’s strength in numbers. They may build even stronger bonds through sharing first time experiences.
  4. OFFERING MORAL SUPPORT – Adolescence can be challenging as young people try to answer huge questions, like, “Who am I?” and “Do I fit in?” Good friends support each other. They try out ideas with one another before going outside their trusted circles. Or, they may learn to solve conflict together. The goal is for them to struggle through hardships and celebrate successes, together. And as they support one another through ups and downs, they build their own internal strength and resilience the power of their connections to others.
  5. SOCIAL MEDIA AS A POSITIVE FORCE – When used appropriately, social media has its own benefits. Its a space for young people to quickly run ideas pat each other and gain support from one another.It can be particularly critical for teens who are isolated in their own communities, but can find peers with similar interests or struggles online.And because social media allows interactions beyond schools, homes or local communities, the idealistic youth voice can be amplified and elevated to address social problems.In other words, it’s a space for teens to further connect and make their voices heard.

Parents shouldn’t try to pick teen’s friends. Instead, they should monitor the teens as a part of a balanced parenting style. They should encourage positive friendships and connections by exposing them to a wide variety of healthy activities .By giving teens support and love while setting safe boundaries and modeling and discussing good character, we guide them to make their own , positive choices. As they learn to navigate peer culture, they’ll need to strike a balance between being themselves and fitting in. They are free to do so when parents love them for who they are and provide safe boundaries for them to explore within. the positive result? Teens who learn to think for themselves and make the most out of their connections to others as they travel the road to adulthood.



The doctrine of basic structure is not defined in the constitution of India. The term has evolved as a result of various judicial decisions by the years. The Basic Structure Doctrine of Constitution of India states that the parliament can neither destroy nor alter the basic structure of the Indian constitution. The doctrine is applicable only to the constitutional amendments.

The basic features of the Constitution are:

  1. Supremacy of the constitution.
  2. Republican and democratic form of government.
  3. Secular character of the constitution.
  4. Federal character of the constitution.
  5. Separation of power.
  6. Unity and Sovereignty of India.
  7. Individual freedom.

                                                                                                                                                      Within their respective jurisdictions, the Parliament and the state legislatures are entitled to make suitable laws for the sake of people. The Bills regarding amendment of Constitution can only be passed by the Parliament itself. But the power is absolute and limited to some aspect. The Supreme Court of India holds the power to declare any law which it considers inconsistent with the Constitution invalid. In other words if any bill is passed by the Parliament which does not follows the ideals of the Constitution will be held invalid and void by the Supreme court. This doctrine has been laid by the Supreme Court to ensure and preserve the will of the Constitution and the ideology behind it. Hence, the Parliament cannot destroy or alter the basic structure of the Constitution. 

Evolution of the Basic Structure Doctrine:

The term Basic structure Doctrine has evolved through various decisions of the Supreme Court on the powers of parliament and judiciary. There was a dilemma between Article 13 and Article 368, the question raised was which of the Article had an overriding effect on the other.

Shankari Prasad vs. Union of India[1] (1951)

In this case, the First amendment was challenged on the ground that it is in violation to the Part-III of the constitution. Therefore, it was suggested that it should be considered invalid and void. The Supreme Court held that the Article 368 of the Constitution states, ‘the Parliament has the power to amend any part of the constitution including fundamental rights.’

In Sajjan Singh Vs State of Rajasthan[2] case in 1965 the Court gave the same ruling.

Golak Nath vs State of Punjab[3]

In this case in 1967, the Supreme Court held that the Parliament is not empowered to amend Part III of the constitution as the fundamental rights are immutable. The Supreme Court overruled its earlier decision.  According to the Supreme Court ruling, Article 368 lays down the procedure to amend the constitution, that does not give absolute powers to the parliament and to amend any part of the constitution.

The 24th Constitution Amendment Act

In 1971, the Parliament passed the 24th Constitution amendment act. The act gave absolute power to the parliament, in order to make any changes in the constitution and also the fundamental rights. It also made it obligatory for the President to give his assent on all the Constitution Amendment bills sent to him. This move was executed evidently in the favor of Smt. Indira Gandhi and her government.

Kesavananda Bharti vs. State of Kerala[4]

In this case, the Supreme Court upheld the validity of the 24th Constitution Amendment Act and reviewed its decision in the Golaknath case. The Supreme Court held that the Parliament has power to amend any provision of the constitution but the basic structure of the constitution is to be maintained as it is. But the Apex Court has not provided any clear definition for the term basic structure. It held that the “basic structure of the Constitution could not be abrogated even by a constitutional amendment”.

Attempts to bury the Basic Structure Doctrine:   Many politicians, experts and ministers were against the basic structure defined by the earlier cases. This led to challenges against the verdict of the court. In 1975, the Supreme Court reaffirmed the concept of Basic Structure Doctrine. This happened when the victory of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in the elections was upheld by the Allahabad High Court on the grounds of electoral malpractice. Justice Krishna Iyer granted a stay allowing Indira Gandhi to work as the Prime Minister on the condition that she would not draw salary and speak or vote until the case was decided. But, while the court was hearing the case, the parliament passed the Thirty- ninth amendment o the constitution. This amendment removed the authority of the Supreme Court to handle cases with regard to elections of President, Prime Minister and the speaker of Lok Sabha.  Instead a body will be constituted for resolving such disputes. The aim of the bill was evidently to benefit Smt. Indira Gandhi. Some amendments were also made to the Representation of Peoples Acts of 1951 and 1974 and placed in the Ninth Schedule along with

the Election Laws Amendment Act, 1975. The mala fide intention of the government to save the face of Indira Gandhi in case the Court passed a verdict against them was proved by the hurry in which the Thirty-ninth amendment was passed. The bill was introduced on 7th of August, passed by the Lok Sabha the same day, and Rajya Sabha the next day, the President passed it giving his assent 2 days later and it was gazetted on 10th August. The counsel for the opposing party challenging Indira Gandhi argued that the amendment violated the basic structure of Constitution and hence should be held unconstitutional.  It affected the power of judicial review and the basic features including conducting of free and fair elections. They also argued that the Parliament is not empowered to decide if the election were valid or not stating the incompetency to use its constituent power to hold an election that was declared void by the High court. The court upheld the amended laws, striking down the law which restricted the power of judiciary to adjudicate the situation. The judges grudgingly accepted the Parliaments power to pass overriding laws.

Within three days of the decision of the election case, C.J. Ray convened to review the Keshavanandan Bharti case verdict with regard to a number of land ceiling petitions. The opposing party’s counsel argued that it was an unnecessary move. The bench dissolved soon after it and people doubted the government’s indirect involvement in the issue. The National emergency was declared in 1975. Soon after the Congress party constituted a committee with Sardar Swaran Singh its chairman to review the question of amending the Constitution. Through the 42nd amendment several changes were incorporated which also included that any amendments by the Parliament in the past or in future in the constitution cannot be questioned by the court.

Minerva Mills and the Waman Rao cases[5]

In this case the owners of Minerva mills challenged the 42nd amendment in the Supreme Court. Mr. N.A. Palkhivala from the side of petitioners decided not to challenge the government’s action instead he framed the challenge to Parliament’s power to amend the Constitution. He argued that the section 55 of the amendment provided unlimited power to the Parliament. He added that Article 31 C violated the Preamble and the basic structure doctrine, hence should be declared unconstitutional. It also took away the power of judicial review.

The majority judgment (4:1) held the amendment to Article 31C unconstitutional.’ It destroyed the harmony and balance between fundamental rights and directive principles which is an essential or basic feature of the Constitution.’ In another case relating to a similar dispute involving agricultural property the apex court, held that all constitutional amendments made after the date of the Kesavananda Bharati are subject to judicial review as the same procedure as prior to the 42nd amendment.

[1] AIR. 1951 SC 458

[2] AIR 1954 Raj 301

[3] 1967 AIR 1643, 1967 SCR (2) 762

[4] 1973 4 SCC 225

[5] 1980 AIR 1789

Workouts that are apt for beginners

Sometimes in your life,you have come through a phase that you need to take care of your body.Your vision is always to compete or attain the beauty of people in instagram and other celebrities.You work so hard to look like them but you fail.Your workouts exhaust you rather giving you a joy and mental peace.Thats why I am here with a few beginner workout tips to get to the place where you want.Read on to know what are they

1.Start slow:

Don’t go like I am going to do 1 hour of cardio or run 10 miles a day,seven days a week.Look this won’t work or never work.Even people who are experts in working out ,never exhaust their body with workouts like this.If you are somebody new to workout or someone who is restarting their workout schedule.Banish all those social media and go to your nearby gym trainer or online websites and apps that gives you a workout plan for only few pennies.If your goal is strong and long term.It is okay to spend some pennies on it,because I am sure it will worth it.

2.Good workout plan:

Your workout plan should be able to blend with your regular routines.It should not be something you should work on more rather it should be a part of your life like brushing,eating and much more.Dont put so much stress on creating a workout plan that doesnt even suit you.Listen to your body,analyse what it wants and give it .If we eat so much without listening to our body cues,we will end up puking somewhere same goes to workout dont go overboard.

3.Take enough rest:

Many as beginners,including myself what we do is we workout everyday thinking in that way we will gain more results actually it is not .Workout should be planned with a number of off days that is suitable for your body and lifestyle.Without proper rest we wont gain or lose the proper body mass instead our muscles will be sore and cry for help.Having good rest is important and vital for not only beginners but for even advance trainers.

These are few tips for people who are starting their workout schedule for the first time.Keep these three points on mind and start working on yourself.It is better late than never.All the best buddies ,kick start to some amazing fitness sessions.

Teacher as environment to students

vision of the st Paul’s college nurturing students to become mature and responsible citizens of tomorrow, by ensuring a conductive environment to pursue academic excellence and holistic growth l was studing in st paul’s college which is in North bangalore the ecosystem of the college is beautiful and massive colorful that interior and exterior of the building is amazing with colorful design the four sides of college is covered with greenery in nature during winter the college while cold chilling weather and raining best climate to enjoy the college weather like plants,birds,trees,comprises huge trees with peacock during raining season the rain droplets fall plant is like a diamond to the college so beautiful that college had a massive studio for film and recording editing is done inside the studio is black and red interior design inside andpindrop silence voiceless chamber no sound can hear from outside and inside can hear the outside sound the college has a three main head and two department head by DR.FATHER THOMAS M.J principal of college so lovely kind hearted person. Father Arockia swami administrative finance minister of college. Xavier Susan coordinator of college, department of admissions taken care by Nagarj,Uma mam our receptionist is taken care by Nisha and uncle technical support is given by Shelly sir our college has three department and one spice department first BCOM Bachelor of commerce which is headed by DR.BABU,MCOM.,Ms.dalvy Jose MCom assistant professor, MR gowtham mcom assistant professor, MR pradesh Mcom assistant professor, Ms sumitha MCOM Assistant professor, MS nethravathi MBA, Both BCOM and BBA headed by these teachers Department of humanities and PG is headed by DR.THOMAS. m.j HOD,MA,DR.shalija MSc HOD in charge, MR jenin raj HOD of PG department and assistant professor of UG,MR Dan john Mathew,English assistant professor, MR linto antony MA political science, MS saranya Francis MA assistant professor literature, MS trapty sharma MA assistant professor hindi,MS.pallavi k.p MSc set Assistant professor, MS.Reema anna Roy MA Journalism Assistant professor, MR.Melwyn Amrithraj MCA computer Assistant professor, MS sanitarium MA assistant professor, Dr.sajith.c Assistant professor, DR peasants v MA assistant professor MR anoop antony studio incharge this also helps they are backboneand environmentnot this college whichout this not the college or the students cannot function smoothly without them nothing is possibleit, •● But our college has many clubs and associations, many study center in college we have business club,management club,cultural and arts club,sports club,Humanities club, Environment club,YCAP,National service scheme Nss,Displinary committee and anti ragging cell,library cell, these all need to function a college if a plant is there we need water is there we need soil if we have soil we need valley if we have valley we need waterfalls, if waterfall is there we need mountain if mountain is there we need stream,if we have stream we need garden if garden is there we need,weather if weather is there we need rain if need rain we need sun if sun there we need ocean and lakes if need these we need environment these all are compared to my Teachers inmy college without these no environment is suistanble without teachers no students are sustainable now this teacher as environment to students…………….


Things we learned from Covid-19

We came to know real friends and relatives. In this lockdown, only a few people cared about us. Before that, in our life, we trusted everyone and helped them with good intentions. But when a problem was raised for us they left us in midway. Thanks to the virus which helped us to identify real ones and fake ones. If they betrayed us it doesn’t mean that we should not help them in the future.

Many relationships broke in this lockdown due to long-distance and lack of motivation to call the other person and the main reason is laziness. Due to this, the other person could have thought that you are no longer interested in them and the second thoughts will arise in their minds which will create a rift in your relationship. They will keep on pestering you to know the actual reason and you will say to them that there is nothing to worry about. Here you will come to know how much space your partner is giving you to breathe. If they keep on dominating you please leave that relationship immediately for your goodness and also for your partner. 

You came to know the troubles faced by healthcare professionals. They are the real gods in these tough times. They too have families to take care of but they served the patients with utmost care and good health care facilities. We should thank them for their good services in these tough times. There is a series in Dice Media channel called Operation MBBS. It has 2 seasons. The first season will talk about the normal medical college-related things. But in the second season, they captured all the issues and difficulties faced by people, healthcare professionals, and doctors. Everybody should watch that series to get a clear view of the difficulties in our life.

Many people lost their jobs. Even people working in IT companies also lost their jobs. Because there is no work left for people to do. Due to this, they got kicked out of their jobs. That is the time when we came to know the real value of jobs and skills required for us to land in good jobs. 

Nowadays skills are more important and we have to be skilled enough to land in a good company. So many students started to learn online courses to improve their knowledge and kill their time. Also, many online platforms provided free courses for students to learn. All we have to do is explore them and start learning them to keep ourselves updated.

Due to the lack of money people started to do freelancing. So heavy competition started to creep up in freelancing fields. Only people with good portfolios got selected. And another thing that arose in this lockdown is so many people started their youtube channels. They started posting so many videos and competition began to creep up. People are tired of watching them and only good productive videos got more views than random videos. 

We came to know about the importance of families and our family dinner. This lockdown gave us lots of time to connect with our family members and we spent our quality time with them by chit-chatting, playing, cooking, and laughing. These things could have happened once in a year but this lockdown made it lasted for more than 2 months. It is our family which will support us and will come with us throughout our lifetime. Others in our life are temporary and we should prioritize our time according to our needs.

10 symptoms that you are going through stress

1. Mood Swings

2. Frequent or easily crying

3. Lack of focus and concentration

4. Emotionally sensitive

5. Anxious about worst-case scenarios

6. Quick lose of temper or irritability

7. Having issues in decision making

8. Irregular sleep or digestive issues

9. Memory/ recall problems

10. No motivation to do anything

These are the symptoms and you have to take care of them by giving attention to them. The first thing is by reading self-help books. Self-books are the best start to cure your stress. It will be hard to start at first but if you go through them for 21 days then it will become a habit for you and as well as your daily routine. Especially in this lockdown, everyone is facing stress because of confided in our homes. We can also install some apps from playstore to destress our stress.

If you can draw well please draw at least one picture a day to defeat your stress demon. after seeing the outcome of our result our heart will feel light. In these covid times, try to step out of your room and go to your terrace to get some good air. Because staying in our rooms increases the chances of negative vibration.

The next thing many people noticed is staying in a toxic relationship. If you are staying in a toxic relationship try to leave that immediately. It is the biggest stress of your life. This toxic relationship might also turn into verbal and physical abuse in later days. The faster you leave the better your future will be.

Try to stay motivated. I know this is the toughest thing to do. But nothing is impossible if we do some regular practices. Try to do at least one good thing in your day. It can be teaching some underprivileged children by joining some NGO. There are lots of NGOs that want people to volunteer to help those young minds. It will be a good deed for your life.

One of the best things to ease our stress is by doing some breathing exercises. Doing breathing exercises will help you to maintain a healthy heart. Sometimes you might feel it is not good to share your problems with others because they will judge you after hearing your story then try to write them in an online journal. This is the best practice followed by many people and it has helped them a lot. Even I wrote my feelings in an online journal. There are lots of apps available in playstore. Install the one which contains password protection. 

Watch some funny series. If you have a Prime subscription then use it to watch series and you can also read books for free if you have a Prime subscription. Kindle provides a Prime Reading feature for Prime subscribers and you can read famous books for free without spending a single penny. When things come for free we should make the best use of them.

We should not underestimate ourselves. We can write things that we are grateful for. Or the achievements we made till now in our life. Try to write a bucket list and set goals for yourself to achieve them. This will help you to prioritize things in your life. 

Who is ratan tata

Ratan Naval Tata (born 28 December 1937) is an Indian industrialist philanthropist, and a former chairman of Tata Sons. He was also chairman of Tata Group, from 1990 to 2012, and again, as interim chairman, from October 2016 through February 2017, and continues to head its charitable trusts.He is the recipient of two of the highest civilian awards of India, the Padma Vibhushan (2008) and Padma Bhushan (2000).

Ratan Tata
Ratan Tata
BornRatan Naval Tata
28 December 1937 (age 83)
BombayBombay PresidencyBritish India (present-day Mumbai, Maharashtra, India)
Alma materCornell University (BArch)
TitleChairman Emeritus, Tata Sons and Tata Group
PredecessorJRD Tata
SuccessorCyrus Mistry (2012)
Natarajan Chandrasekaran (2017–present)
Parent(s)Naval Tata
RelativesSee Tata family
AwardsPadma Vibhushan (2008)
Padma Bhushan (2000)

Born in 1937, he is a scion of the Tata family, and son of Naval Tata who was adopted by Sir Ratan Tata son of Jamsetji Tata, the founder of Tata Group. He is an alumnus of the Cornell University College of Architecture and Harvard Business School through the Advanced Management Program that he completed in 1975. He joined his company in 1961 when he used to work on the shop floor of Tata Steel, and was the apparent successor to J. R. D. Tata upon the latter’s retirement in 1991. He got Tata Tea to acquire TetleyTata Motors to acquire Jaguar Land Rover, and Tata Steel to acquire Corus, in an attempt to turn Tata from a largely India-centrist group into a global business.

New Education policy

New Education policy








A New National Education policy 2020 – 2021 to provide an overarching vision and comprehensive framework for both school and higher education across the country. The new NEP, approved by the Cabinet, has not been presented in Parliament. It is the first to be formulated by a Bharatiya Janata Party government and the first in the 21st century. It is only a policy, not a law; implementation of its proposals depends on further regulations by both States and the Centre as education is a concurrent subject.

The National Foundational Literacy and Numeracy Mission which is to be implemented by 2025 will be launched by the end of this year, said Mr. Khare. The National Council of Educational Research and Training will introduce the curricular framework for the new school structure, including early childhood care, by the next academic year. The Ministry feels that an increase in government funding of education to will be sufficient to cover the financial implications of the NEP. However, such an increase in funding has been proposed but not achieved for the last half-century, point out experts. The proposal to make the mother tongue the medium of instruction till Class 5, which has stirred up the fiercest debates, is dependent on State governments, according to the Education Minister, who would not even confirm that the policy will be implemented by centrally run schools.

In the New National Education policy in Benefits of 2020- 2021 announced by the Ministry of Human Resource Development sets for itself the goal of transforming the system to meet the needs of 21st Century India. In a federal system, any educational reform can be implemented only with support from the States, and the Centre has the giant task of building a consensus on the many ambitious plans. The policy, inter alia, aims to eliminate problems of pedagogy, structural inequities, access asymmetries and rampant commercialisation. The NEP 2020 is the first omnibus policy after the one issued in 1986, and it has to contend with multiple crises in the system. It is no secret that primary schools record shockingly poor literacy and numeracy outcomes, dropout levels in middle and secondary schools are significant, and the higher education system has generally failed to meet the aspirations for multi-disciplinary programmers. In structural terms, the NEP’s measures to introduce early childhood education from age school board examinations twice a year to help improve performance, move away from rote learning, raise mathematical skills for everyone, shift to a four year undergraduate college degree system, and create a Higher Education Commission of India represent major changes.

There are some good elements to the NEP 2020- 2021 that will generate little friction, and need only adequate resourcing. Provision of an energy-filled breakfast, in addition to the nutritious mid-day meal, to help children achieve better learning outcomes, is one. Creation of ‘inclusion funds’ to help socially and educationally disadvantaged children pursue education is another. Where the policy fails to show rigour, however, is on universalisation of access, both in schools and higher education; the Right to Education needs specific measures to succeed. Moreover, fee regulations exist in some States even now, but the regulatory process is unable to rein in profiteering in the form of unaccounted donations. The idea of a National Higher Education

Regulatory Council as an apex control organisation is bound to be resented by States. Similarly, a national body for aptitude tests would have to convince the States of its merits. Among the many imperatives, the deadline to achieve universal literacy and numeracy by 2025 should be a top priority as a goal that will crucially determine progress at higher levels. In new National Education policy .



By : G Gnana Priya dharshini



The busy and hectic lifestyle demand complete concentration and devotion towards the works, the human beings are prone to feel unproductive and unmotivated. At times, the individual feels that they ae not making enough efforts or their efforts are not bearing the desired results, they compare their progress with other and get disappointed. As a result, they lost their motivation to work and doubt their ability to achieve the goals. We need to have self-confidence and should always make attempts to stay motivated.
Indeed, it is not possible to stay motivated or enthusiastic all the time, especially when there is nothing desirable or enthusiastic happening in your life. For instance, this pandemic and nationwide lockdown has compelled the individuals to stay at home and work from their residence. This has affected the mental health of the individuals as they have lost the motivation or inspiration to work from their home. The specific place and the environment that is created in the work space is different from working from the comfort of their home.
This article includes certain basic ways and tips that might help you to stay motivated and adopt a vigorous and productive lifestyle that make you want to work.

1. ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS: It is very important to set goals, your goals can be personal, financial, professional, academic, etc. The individuals who set goals have an objective to do certain work and have aim to achieve. Setting up goals motivates you to work for fulfilling your goals. Often, the individuals set up goals that are difficult to achieve, it is good to challenge yourself, but we should begin with completing small tasks so that it motivates us and encourage us to take up big things in life. It is advisable to divide you task into small parts and then set up your goals accordingly, start with completion of the short-term goals to achieve long-term success. Write down your goals and schedule your day in such a manner that you’re able to give enough time to achieve every goal and also perform other day-to-day activities.
It is difficult and demotivating when we are unable to achieve our goals, we end up giving up and doesn’t try anymore. There are few tricks that can motivate you to keep working to achieve the goals. Vision your life when you achieve your goals, imagine what would your life look like once to achieve your goals and achieved what you desire. This shall encourage you to work harder to achieve the goals. Always prepare well for the task you have to complete, even for the smallest thing.

2. AVERTISING YOURSELF: Advertise yourself and your work among your family and friends. The way you dress up, speak, walk, address, everything makes a great impact on your actions and achievements. However, it is not always necessary to dress up formally to work, dress simply and make up your mind in such a manner that you feel to work. The chose of your cloth accommodates your mood at a particular point of time. The way you speak and the ideas that your mind come up in your mind while a conversation also defines your personality. Talking with your friends or other people around you and able to respond to them wisely also provides motivation to an individual. Advertise the things that you learned whether through your educational institutions or the self-learned things, also talk about your talents and hobbies. It helps others to know you more and decide what kind of person are you.

3. BRAINSTROM YOURSELF: There are very effective ways to brainstorm yourself all at your own without any assistance from any person or group. That means you can conduct brainstorming sessions for yourself at any time of the day and as many times as you want. Through brainstorming you work by yourself and for yourself, there are few tips to use advanced brainstorming techniques:
• Use creative thinking to start off your approach from a different angle.
• Spark off new ideas by getting stimuli from brainstorming and not people.
• Challenge your current way to thinking to expand your approach.
• Ask questions to yourself and try to answer themselves of your own. In case you’re able to answer, try to figure out the reason.
• Don’t bound yourself with only one single idea or thought. 

4. COMMUNICATE WITH YOURSELF AND TRY TO CONTROL YOUR EMOTIONS: No-one knows you better than you yourself do. Thus, always spend some time alone without any gadgets, communicating with yourself and doing your favorite activity or hobby. The individual should possess complete knowledge about oneself and know your weaknesses to work upon them. The first step of self-communication starts with the inner self, know yourself to know the world around you. No-one is perfect, however, self-introspection and lead to near perfection. In case you don’t have anyone around to talk to you about how you feel, try talking to yourself. You can also write down your thoughts both positive as well as negative, this helps to analyses how positive or negative ideas are staying in your mind. Later, you have to train your mind to avoid all the negative ideas or thoughts around yourself. Learn to control your emotions, getting sad at small thinks can cause overthinking and brings negative thoughts to your mind. Try to speak up the things that trouble you in spite of keep thinking about them continuously. This might be difficult but prove to be worth it when you started feeling more joyful and happy as you no more allow any negativity to bother you.

5. GET RID OF THE BAD HABITS: Change your habits for a better and healthy lifestyle. The human gets attracted to the things that are easy to do without knowing about there after effect. Thus, it is very important to differentiate between the good and bad habits to evaluate their effect upon our lives and control the bad activities. Here are some tips to break the bad habits and bring a long-lasting change in individual life:
• Be clear about the habit that you feel is bad and causes ill-effect and prepare your mind to overcome that activity.
• Set yourself a goal. For instance, if you plan to reduce your screen time, set a time limit and adhere to that strictly.
• Try to adopt more good habits and divert your mind from the bad habits. 

It gives immense satisfaction and pleasure to adopt a health lifestyle with good habits and a positive schedule, therefore, start from today and motivate yourself to be a better version of yourself.

Importance of educating a girl child

In today’s competitive world educating a girl child should be our topmost priority. Girls can handle the tasks well in a calm manner and can come up with well-defined solutions. Educating a girl child will have a huge impact on society and the environment. There are lots of NGOs supporting in educating the girl child. It will help her in the future because women cannot depend on her man all the time. It will be bad for her self-respect. Having a job helps her to speak and make her own decisions in front of her family members.

In India, many girl children are getting married at a young age and working as slaves for their husband and his family. She is overworking, producing children without her consent, and working as a slave to her in-laws.  All these things happened because she is not educated enough to stand on her own and to give her points and decisions for herself. 

There are lots of advantages of educating a girl child. Educated girls come up with better solutions. If they get educated they can lead a healthy lifestyle. They are now looked at with dignity, honor, and self-respect in our society.  Now many governments and non-government organizations are providing funds for educating the girl child. Educated women are so bold and they won’t afraid to speak their views in front of others. 

Nowadays, there are separate internships for women. When women are applying for an internship in Internshala they can apply filters for Internships for women. It is an added advantage for women to find the right position and job. Girls play multiple roles in our life. Educating them increases the chances of helping our society. 

The main view of Indian parents is once a girl child is born they should be raised and once they reach their minimum age they should be married and sent off to another house where they have to take care of that family. This view should be changed because girls should also be considered as legal heirs of the family. Nowadays many boys are disowning their parents and sending them to old-age homes. But girls are taking care of their parents even after getting married. There are many girls in our society who left their marriages to take care of their parents. If parents think girl child will be of no use in future then they are the perfect cowards to our society. 

There is a famous quote that is Once a woman went for a date with men and the men rejected her because she is not gorgeous enough to date with. Later after some time, the girl rejected him for not studied well enough. See education has made her take the right decision and helped her to teach a good lesson to him. 

Many people think women are just produced to cook, take care of household activities. But they too have feelings and have the right to achieve their dreams. Everybody has dreams and we should support them to achieve them, not disown them. We as young generations should change the views of society. Make women achieve their dreams and come up with flying colors. 

If she is educated she can help her husband financially in the future if any need arises. If her husband dies, then she has to take care of that family. She can do this only if she is educated well enough. Otherwise all she is left with is to do some odd jobs. 


Many people think that the concept of self-love is overdrawn and they ignore it. A lot of studies have shown that self-love is the key to mental wellbeing
Modern society is shaped in such a way that we are sort of bound to constantly compete against each other or even ourselves.Love is the only thing that keeps us going and makes us less robotic in a world. Everyone needs love and we spend most of our energy on loving others — be it friends, spouses, children or family.We cannot always expect to rely only on external sources for love and that is where the concept of self-love comes in. A person who practices self-love will never need to depend on others to be happy and it is an empowering feeling to be happy on the inside.

Self-love is not being selfish, it is just putting yourself first and not being too tough on yourself. So next time you hear that little voice in your head telling you that you are not good enough or that you cannot afford to make mistakes , just ignore it.When our loved ones make a mistake we often forgive them easily, but when we make a mistake we are often too hard on ourselves.

The first step of self-love is realising that we are only human and it is okay to make mistakes; it is okay to lose at times; it is okay to not have the best day.All we need to do is love ourselves and let the negative things pass through.Bad times will pass.

Self-love has many benefits.The first benefit is greater life satisfaction. When we love ourselves more we instantly change our perspective of the world. Self-love can give us a more positive attitude towards life.The second benefit of self-love is that it can encourage us to pick up good habits. Self-love means loving your body, soul, and mind. Therefore, people who love themselves often refrain from doing things that will have an impact.It helps us to develop good habits.

If you start loving your body and mind more than others you will be the most happiest person in the world.
Most important benefit of self-love is better mental health. People who love themselves are less likely to suffer from anxiety or depression; self-love takes us in the way where there is a positive mindset which is an essential ingredient for success in life and for mental wellbeing.Learning to love yourself also reduces stress and makes you more focused at work.Put yourself a little higher on your priority list; think highly of yourself as the world takes you at your own estimate.Consider yourself important too,love yourself as much as you love your friends and family.When your depressed or sad don’t be angry on yourself because you may like that same thing when you see that in a positive side.Happiness and self-love are interconnected; and we all deserve to be happy. Self-love is the key to happiness and a person who is happy is in a far better position to achieve success in every aspect of life.


Anna Fox, a 39 old woman has been confined in her home for 10 months. The reason is that she suffers from a severe case of anxiety and a phobia, Agoraphobia. This phobia restricts her from venturing outside her house, making her believe that if she goes out, the outside world will swallow. She has a husband, Ed and a daughter, Olivia who lives with her father. Anna and Ed are divorced, and due to her condition, they just meet either in Anna’s house and communicate through phone calls. Being stuck in the house 24/7, she confines herself to unhealthy amount of alcohol and spying on her neighbors. Being a therapist herself, she offers her consultations to the patients that suffer from Agoraphobia, on

During many hours of such spying on her neighbors, she notices something about one of them, the Russells. They are a family of a father, mother and a son, Ethan, whom Anna notices is very well behaved and polite child. But despite being a good child, he forever seems unhappy and sad and her  heart reaches out for him.

Once, Ethan comes to her house, because he is drawn towards her and her condition. They spend some time, and due to their conversation, Anna concludes that Mr. Russell is a cruel person. After he leaves, she promises to herself to keep an extra eye on their house, since anything can happen.

After some days, Jane, Ethan’s mom, comes over to Anna’s house and they spend a considerable amount of time and Anna finds that they share similar interest and has a good time. But the next day, Mr. Russell, comes and asks Anna to stay away from his family and this increases the suspicion.

That night, Anna witnesses Jane being stabbed by someone and she panics. She wants to call the police and wants to go out and save her. But due to her Agoraphobia, she calls the police first, and tries to venture out and faints. When she wakes up, she is in the hospital, she is told that Jane was not stabbed and she is totally fine.

The police conclude that it was all a hallucination due to her condition and her medications, eventually making Anna believe it. They also uncover the tragic accident where her husband and daughter died, but she still believes they are alive. This makes them not trust Anna anymore. But when the police brings Mr. Russell and Jane to her house for verification, Anna vehemently refuses that this was Jane who came to her house, and to her shock, even Ethan agrees. She still has some doubts, when one night, she receives a mail of a picture of her sleeping. She is frightened because she lives alone and calls the police. Again, due to her condition, they think she was drunk and sent it to herself.

Ethan comes to her house late at night one day, and agreed that Jane wasn’t his mom. The Russells are his adoptive parents. The lady that Anna met was his biological mom, Katie. She had been a drunk and that’s why Mr. Russell didn’t want her in their lives. For that splitting minute, Anna feels sorry for the family. So she advices him to talk to his parents to go to the police and clear the air.

When she goes to sleep, she feels someone is watching her, and to her horror, finds Ethan with a totally different demeanor. He horribly admits that it was he who killed Katie and that he has psychopathic behavior. Mr. Russell knew about it, and helped him bury the body in their backyard. All the while, Ethan had been following Anna’s every movements and now he wants to kill her.

After a long and hot pursuit to the terrace, she manages to push him off the terrace and save herself. Only then she realizes, that Mr. Russell has been trying to save her all along.

The story is a very thrilling, crime novel which keeps us on tenterhooks until the last stretch.

Food and nutrition tips during self-quarantine

The main diet focus for COVID patients is to consume foods that would help rebuild muscle, immunity and energy levels.Nutrition plays a significant role for both, the COVID-19 patients and those who are on the path of recovery. During COVID-19, the body gets weakened and it continues for days even after recovering from the symptoms. Thus, it becomes essential to consume the right kind of diet for a speedy and complete recovery of the body. Whole grains like ragi, oats or amaranth are rich sources of complex carbohydrates. Chicken, fish, eggs, paneer, soya, nuts and seeds are some good sources of protein. Healthy fats like walnuts, almonds, olive oil, mustard oil are recommended during these days. To boost one’s immunity, one should take turmeric milk once a day.

What to take and what not to

Make a plan and buy/order only what you need:

No panic buying. Assess what you already have at home and plan your intake. This way you can avoid food waste and allow others to access the food they need.

Be strategic about the use of ingredients:

Prioritise the consumption of fresh products, use fresh ingredients and those that have a shorter shelf life first. If fresh products, especially fruits, vegetables and reduced-fat dairy products continue to be available, prioritise these over non-perishables.

Prepare home-cooked meals:

If you are not run down by fever or other COVID-19 issues, it is better to prepare nutritious meals for yourselves at home. Some examples of healthy recipes with accessible ingredients may also be found below. If your city or town has the option of “contact-less” home-delivery of food where no human interaction is required, thus supporting self-quarantine and isolation measures, use that. But prioritize the items from reliable businesses that you are sure to follow strict food hygiene requirements.

Limit your salt intake:

If you use canned, frozen or processed foods, remember they can contain high levels of salt. Go easy on use of salt when cooking and when at the table for meals. Use fresh or dried herbs and spices for added flavour instead. Cut back if you use excess fats. Fats, contrary to popular belief aren’t all bad. Too much fat can cause multiple health issues like obesity, heart disease, fatty livers, etc. But the body needs a small number of healthy fats to ensure proper nutrition. Our heart also needs a bit of fat to run smoothly.

Stay hydrated:

Whether you need water to stay cool, or to flush out harmful chemicals of drugs or metabolic processes out of your body, drinking adequate water is important for you.

Eat fresh fruits and vegetables:

Every day, eat a mix of whole grains like wheat, maize and rice, legumes like lentils and beans, plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, with some foods from animal sources (e.g. meat, fish, eggs and milk).

Consume enough fibre:

Fibre contributes to a healthy digestive system and offers a prolonged feeling of fullness, which helps prevent overeating. Eat salads, vegetables, fruit, pulses and wholegrain foods in all meals. Eat dry fruits, eggs to enhance other nutrients-intake. Proteins will help you fight COVID better.

Avoid alcohol intake :

Alcohol is not a part of a healthy diet. Drinking alcohol does not protect against COVID-19 and can be dangerous. It also weakens the immune system, its heavy use undermines your body’s ability to cope with infectious disease, including COVID-19.

Why CAA violates Indian Constitution

The citizenship amendment act was passed by parliament on 11 December 2019, signed by Ram Nath Kovind and it was amended by the citizens in 1995. This law provides a pathway to Indians citizens for persecuted religious minorities coming from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan who are Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jain, Parsis, and Christians and have arrived in India before December 2014. It grants no eligibility to Muslims coming from these countries whereas the Muslims are in majority there. In Indian law, this is happening for the first time that religion had been overtly used as a criterion for citizenship. The office of the United Nations high commission for human rights called this law Fundamentally Discriminatory. This citizenship bill will be used along with NRC i.e National Register of Citizens which will render Muslim citizens stateless, as they need to prove their identity and will require documents. Even the Hindus who came to India before December 2014 will have to prove their well-founded fear and the circumstances in which they came to India. Each claim requires examination on its merit based on the individual situation.


By the 2003 amendment of the citizenship act, the National Register of Citizens is a registry of all legal citizens. In Jan 2020, Assam had implemented NRC but the BJP has promised its implementation for the whole of India following the 2019 election manifesto. So the concerns of people are that it provides a shield only to non-Muslims, but they too have to prove that they came to India because of Religious Persecution. Many leaders say that the CAA – NRC package is targeted at Muslims by considering documents as insufficient and leaving out all the Non-Muslims.


The citizenship act had a great impact on Indian citizens and there were large protests in India. The protests were first held in Assam and the other North-Eastern States which witnessed violent demonstrations against the bill fearing that granting Indians citizenship to refugees and immigrants can cause loss to their political rights, culture, and Land Rights. The protest was also held in the top universities of India i.e Aligarh Muslim University, Jamia Millia University. The Protest at Jamia Millia University led to brutal suppression by the police, detention of hundreds of people, and the death of several protesters. The protest also caused the suspension of local internet connectivity in certain areas. The Protest was started at Shaheen Bagh but when Bilkis Dadi, an 82-year-old woman who became the Face of the Anti-CAA Protest gave strength to all the Muslim women, and then the Muslim women came out of their houses and there was a 24/7 sit-in peaceful protest. The activists against this act are Yogendra Yadav, Kanhaiya Kumar, Akhil Gogoi (Arrested), Safoora Zargar (Arrested), Umar Khalid etc. Scholars who were against the law are Ramachandra Guha, Arundhati Roy, Varun Grover, Anurag Kashyap, etc. The bill was opposed by the INC and said that it may raise communal tensions in the country. The bill was even opposed by the CM of different states such as Punjab, Kerala, Rajasthan, Puducherry. There were even protests in foreign countries such as New York, Washington, Melbourne, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo, Amsterdam, Geneva, San Francisco, Helsinki, and Barcelona against the citizenship amendment Act and the police brutality faced by the Indian protestors.

International reactions:-

There was a report of the United States Commission on Interreligious Freedom that says that in the world there is a downward trend in religious persecution. 61% of countries out of 196 countries have religious persecution. In India, there are ⅓ states that have anti-conversion laws which are enforced against religious minorities and Dalits. According to the report, India has been put in tier 2 list which means country of particular concern. In the last decade, there is a rise in religious persecution, and religious freedom is being deteriorated.

Can the State Government Refuse the law?

The citizenship lies in the union list of the seventh schedule where Parliament can make laws on it. The state government cannot make law under the citizenship act but as 7 to 8 States are opposing this act they can pass a resolution against it which can act as a political statement.

Is this Citizenship Act Fair enough?

Back then in 2014, BJP’s Manifesto included a natural home for Persecuted Hindu refugees but if the manifesto is in contradiction with the constitution then there is no value for such a manifesto. Citizenship shouldn’t be given based on religion because it shows that there is some sort of inequality in the country. Such laws can raise communal riots between two groups of society. As we can see that due to the citizenship amendment Act there were protests which led to Delhi Riots. Using religion as a criterion for citizenship was “inconsistent with the basic structure of the constitution”. The historian Neeti Nair also commented that the Citizenship amendment act and the national register of citizens is a step towards being a “Hindu Rashtra”.


The race of vaccinations is what has been keeping every country right now in their toes. The race has many heroes such as US with its Johnson and Johnson, Moderna and Astrazeneca and many other countries too. India though, is an unsung hero when it comes to this race. There have been recent developments in the vaccine status in our country. As the roll out of the 18+ category has been initiated the country is moving in an immense speed to get its citizens vaccinated. The two readily available vaccines right now in the Indian market are the Covishield and Covaxin. There is also the recent availability of the Sputnik V vaccine which is not an Indian vaccination but a Russian native vaccination.

Questions have arised as to which of the two are better but there is no legitimate proof as to which is better. Both have shown almost the same efficacy and affects on the human population. Covaxin is an inactivated vaccine which actually contains the dead coronavirus. When the vaccination is injected inside an individuals body, an immune response is triggered which initiates the body to fight against the virus but while the body does so the individual does not show any major symptoms. The efficacy of the vaccine is about 81% which was found in the phase 3 trials. Covishield, the vaccine produced by SII with coordination with Astrazeneca, this vaccine is based on the working of a viral vector which is planted into the body. Its made from a weakened version of an Adenovirus found in Chimpanzees. The efficacy rate of this vaccine is about 70% and is given in a much larger gap than that of Covaxin. Sputnik V is also based on a similar mechanism as Covishield, the adenovirus mechanism. This vaccination shows an efficacy rate of 92% though.

Are Indian vaccines safe? They are extremely safe and have a very good immunogenic response among all the age groups which have been administered with it. There have been immense research and more production day by day in indian facilities for new vaccinations. The only problem lying with the population of India is the ever lasting mentality that these vaccinations are not safe. Due to the large population size and ratio in India vaccinations are going to take sometime to reach the ends of the country and due to many misconceptions people tend to fall for myths about the vaccinations. India has fallen behind in only this one area due to the negligence of its people when the vaccines were first administered and released due to which there was a huge delay in the roll out of the vaccines.

It is our responsibility as citizens to create more awareness among people who still believe to have a taboo against vaccines and individuals spreading fake news. Only we can help ourselves and our country to move ahead and beat the virus!!


Childhood is the best and happiest time of everyone’s life, when they learn the fundamentals of life from their parents, loved ones, and environment.

Child labour is any service performed by children during their childhood in any sector. This is due to a lack of resources for survival, the parents’ irresponsibility, or the owner’s lack of resources to boost their earnings on low-risk investments. Childhood is the birthright of everyone, which he should live under the love and care of his parents, but this illegal act of child labour forces a child to live life like a grown-up.

Child labour interferes with the proper growth and development of children in all aspects, mentally, physically, socially and intellectually. Child labour keeps a child away from all the benefits of childhood, the happiest and memorable period of all life is spent working. This interferes with the ability to attend regular school which makes them socially dangerous and harmful citizens of the country. Child labour has become one of the biggest social issues in India that need to be resolved frequently.

Child labour is very common in many developing countries due to the high level of poverty and the existence of schooling opportunities for children. The main causes of child labour worldwide are poverty, parents, society, low wages, unemployment, poor living standards and understanding, social injustice, lack of schools, backwardness, ineffective laws which are directly affecting the development of the country.

Child labour is contaminating the lives of many precious children every day. It is a high level of illegal act for which one should be punished but this is happening side by side due to ineffective rules and regulations.

Children are the power of any nation, Protecting children from child labour is the responsibility of every citizen living in the country.

Children create a prosperous future for any developing country, therefore, they are the major responsibility of all adult citizens and should not be used in negative ways.

They should get a fair chance to grow and develop within the happy atmosphere of family and school.

5g case judgement

On Monday 31st may actress Juhi Chawla filed a suit in the Delhi high court against the implementation of 5G wireless networks in the country. She has raised concerns over issues related to the impact of radiation on citizens, animals, flora and fauna. Justice C Hari Shankar who was hearing this matter transferred the suit to another bench for hearing on June 2.

what Juhi Chawla has to say in her lawsuit?

Former actress and also an environmentalist filed a lawsuit stating that,

“She is not against the implementation of technology advancements” but added that the concerned departments should certify that 5g technology is safe for humans and also animals and birds. Her major concern here is first government should clear all doubts regarding the safety concerns related to 5g technology then they should proceed in implementing the technology.

status of 5g in India

5g promises to revolutionise mobile broadband and is a big generation leap over the existing 4g technology. This new technology will capable of not just guaranteeing fast internet connections but also help power IoT networks to run connected cars and homes smarter.

But 5g haven’t yet been rolled out in India tough Bharti airtel, reliance jio and vodofone idea have been given trial spectrum to test 5g technology in India. It is expected that 5g will be implemented by the end of 2021 in India.

fears around 5g radiation

The claim is that the more powerful 5g waves will emit more radiation and can cause harm to society.

Also, 5g will require more towers for better connectivity, and since it will power more than just the smartphones it will increase human exposure to such radiations. This is an extension of the idea that cellular towers that emit low-level RF-EMF fafiation are damaging our bodies. Radiation from towers, mobile phones, wifi routers is typically non-ionising radiation like radio waves, microwaves and optical radiation.

WHO’s International Agency for research on cancer has classified RF fields as possibly carcinogenic to human. But it also adds that more research is needed on this subject. They also pointed out various studies, including one conducted by the US National Toxicology Program(NTP), which proved increased cancer growth in rats after prolonged exposure to radiofrequency radiation.

Given the growing concerns, WHO is conducting a health risk assessment from exposure to radio frequencies, covering the entire radiofrequency range, including 5g. This study will be published by 2022.

Do towers negatively impact the environment?

A study done in 2017 published in the journal of entomology and zoology studies have shown that bee colonies have collapsed due to exposure to mobile phone towers and colonies near mobile phone towers were worst affected by electromagnetic radiation.

however, another study published in Science of the total environment in 2019 said more evidence was needed to establish whether such radiations poses risk to bees. It also stated other studies which have made these claims relied on unscientific methods.

Court’s judgement

The court has imposed a Rs 20 lakh fine on Juhi Chawla and called it a publicity stunt. Basic procedures were not followed by her. Under section 80 CPC it is mandatory to serve a notice before the institution of a suit against the government or against a public officer, which was not followed by her. She didn’t comply with section 91, according to which she needed to take permission from the advocate general.

The court also stated that the paragraphs in her petition were also not verified. Court also said they have abused and misused the process of law.

‘Gently falls the bakula’ by Sudha Murty

Gently falls the bakula is written by Sudha Murty.

The story starts with the two main characters Shrikant & Shrimati who are neighbours in a trivial village Hubli. They both are shown as cut throat competitors in schools and later their story turned into a teenage romance. Though, they were neighbours there was a history of rivalry between Shrimati and Shrikant ‘s families. But their love kept blooming like the bakula flowers on the bakula tree which stand tall between Shrikant and Shrimati ‘s bedroom.

After their schooling, Shrimati decided to study History and Literature at a local college, Shrikant whereas got selected at IIT Bombay and their love story turned into a series of love letters which they wrote to each other.

Despite of the rivalry which existed between Shrikant and Shrimati ‘s family, they both got married. Shrikant got a job in Bombay and Shrimati got an offer to study History in America by Professor Collins. Shrikant accepted his job offer at Bombay whereas Shrimati had to decline the offer to study abroad so that she could move to Bombay with Shrikant. This really highlights patriarchy and how it is sustaining through ages. Shrimati sacrificed her passion for history only because she was married to Shrikant.

Shrikant, who has now entered the corporate world was so self-loathed in his progress such that he was now taking Shrimati for granted. Shrimati, was also being ill-treated by Gangakka (Shrikant’s mother) and was feeling dreadful and lonely in the crowded city of Bombay. Shrikant was always exhausted by his corporate job and had no time to keep his marriage alive.

Shrimati had never imagined her subtle, beautiful and modest life in Hubli would change into loneliness and dark days in Bombay. Moreover, Shrikant’s affection for Shrimati would deteriorate with days passing by, fights and arguments started taking place between them.

Shrimati was tired of her dreadful life in Bombay and decided to look after her first love, History because her second love Shrikant was diminishing. She contacted Professor Collins who had proposed her to study History in Asian university in America. Eventually, Professor Collins proposed the same offer for her but this time Shrimati had made up her mind to follow her dreams, follow who she is and follow what she wants to be.

The story classically ends, Shrimati leaving India and Shrikant not able to change anything about it.

The Bakula flower which was signified as the love between Shrimati and Shrikant had fallen gently as the title says ‘Gently falls the bakula’.

The novel, is a tale of a marriage getting failed due to lack of time, communication and self-pride. Shrimati chose herself at the end signifies how important it is to follow our dreams. Though, the story ends at a sad note, the end of the novel totally gives justice to the title.

Rajasthan: More than 100 oxygen cylinders saved every day in Bikaner district due to ‘Oxygen Mitras’

When there was an acute shortage of oxygen a few days ago, a new initiative was taken in Bikaner district of Rajasthan for maximum use of oxygen. ‘Oxygen Mitras’ were deputed in every COVID Care Centre of the district, so that wastage of oxygen could be prevented at maximum.

With this experiment, more than 100 cylinders of oxygen were saved every day in the district. AIR correspondent reports the Bikaner Administration prepared a plan for monitoring each bed to prevent wastage of oxygen. Under this, about 140 nursing students were deployed as ‘Oxygen Mitras’. Oxygen Mitras, deployed in three shifts of eight hours each, have been handed over the responsibility of monitoring the oxygen flow.

Keeping an eye on every bed, they maintain the flow of oxygen as per the requirement of the patient. Senior officials were given the responsibility of supervising the entire system. A team of district-level officers is deployed in the ‘War Room’ to monitor the oxygen supply and wastage through CCTV Cameras. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also appreciated this initiative of the Bikaner administration.

Maharashtra: NGO helps tribal community in Raigad district to provide oil & red chillies

In Maharashtra, the tribal community living in the villages of Sudhagad tehsil of Raigad district found it difficult to get employment during the COVID-19 imposed lockdown. They started getting grain from the government, but they were worried about what to eat with the rice or roti. The activists of Let’s Celebrate Fitness, an NGO in Navi Mumbai, came to know about this. When they enquired, the tribal community asked for oil and red chillies. To meet this simple demand, the organization appealed to the citizens of Navi Mumbai and the people of the city extended a helping hand. The organization has recently distributed 1,600 liters of edible oil and about 700 kilograms of red chillies to 7,000 families in these villages. In addition, essential items, food grains have also been provided.

This organization has been working on fitness for the last ten years. During the COVID-19 imposed lockdown period, a Yoga Session was organized by them at the Municipal’s COVID Centre in Vashi to maintain the mental health of the patients. The organization also provided food to 2,000 needy people every day. Clothing Bank, Book Bank, Utensil Bank set up by the organization provide items to the needy. Taking note of their work, Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation has provided a storage room to the organization at Vashi Sector-9.

Himachal Pradesh CM inaugurates Makeshift COVID-19 Hospital in Una district

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur today inaugurated a Makeshift COVID-19 Hospital at Pandoga in Haroli Vidhan Sabha area of Una district virtually from Shimla. The 140-bedded makeshift hospital has been built in a record time of one month and able to  provide uninterrupted oxygen supply to the COVID patients nearer to their homes.

Speaking on the occasion, Chief Minister Thakur said, after the second wave of COVID pandemic, the State Government gave special focus on increasing and strengthening the health infrastructure of the state.He said that the State Government was endeavouring to set up oxygen plants in all the major hospitals in the state and it is now almost self-sufficient in medical oxygen supply.

The Chief Minister said, the State Government is also ensuring that the vaccination drive also goes smoothly in the state. He said  Himachal Pradesh is one of the few states in the country that has achieved target of zero per cent wastage of vaccine. He said, as many as 24.23 lakh doses of vaccine have been administered to people in the state till date.

Union Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs Anurag Singh Thakur while addressing virtually thanked the Chief Minister for constructing the Makeshift Hospital in his Parliamentary area, which would provide better treatment facilities to the COVID-19 patients of the area. He said, under the able leadership of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur, the state has effectively succeeded in increasing the health infrastructure in the State. He stated that the bed capacity has been enhanced from about 1,200 to over 5,000 in the state.

Former Health Minister of Telangana E. Rajendra resigns to primary membership of ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS)

In Telangana, former Health Minister E. Rajendra has resigned to the primary membership of the ruling Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS). Addressing the media in Hyderabad this morning, he also announced that he will resign as MLA to protect his self-respect. It may be recalled that the Huzurabad MLA, was removed from the State Cabinet a few days back following allegations levelled against him about land-grabbing.

The former minister said, he does not care for positions and many times, he resigned earlier on a call of Chief Minister Chandrasekhar Rao. He expressed pain on his removal from the Cabinet without knowing what had happened.

Assam CM directs Health department not to allow home quarantine to COVID patients of any age group with co morbidity

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma directed the Health department not to allow home quarantine to COVID patients of any age group with co morbidity. He held a review meeting in Guwahati today with Health department officials. In the meeting, the Chief Minister also discussed the issue of fixing the rate of private hospitals for COVID treatment and patient friendly reasonable prices were fixed for COVID treatment in both general wards and super-specialty wards in private hospitals.

The Chief Minister also reviewed the status of Paediatric ICUs, which are being set up at various government hospitals along with functioning of 13 oxygen plants in the state apart from the status of installation of 6 oxygen plants provided by the Central Government to the state.

Prime Minister speech about Environmental day

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday released the ‘Report of the Expert Committee on Road Map for ethanol blending in India 2020-2025’ at an event organised to mark World Environment Day.

Today, on the occasion of World Environment Day, India has taken another big step. A detailed roadmap for the development of the ethanol sector has just been released,” said PM Modi in his address to the nation. “Until 7-8 years ago, ethanol was rarely discussed in country, ” he also said, adding, “now ethanol has become one of the major priorities of 21st century India.”

“The focus on ethanol is having a better impact on the environment as well as on the lives of farmers. Today we have resolved to meet the target of 20 percent ethanol blending in petrol by 2025,” PM Modi added.Highlighting the central government’s effort for sustainable development, PM Modi said, “Our capacity for renewable energy has increased by more than 250 per cent in 6-7 years.” “India is today in the top-5 countries of the world in terms of installed renewable energy capacity… In this too, the capacity of solar energy has increased by about 15 times in the last 6 years,” he added.

PM Modi, further said India has chosen a path where ‘Economy and Ecology both can go together and can move forward.” “Be the International Solar Alliance, realizing the vision of One Sun, One World, One Grid, or the Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure initiative, India is moving ahead with a big global vision.”

“India is setting an example in front of the world that when it comes to protecting the environment, it is not necessary to block development works while doing so,” he also said.

PM Modi also launched an ambitious E-100 pilot project for the production and distribution of ethanol across the country at three locations in Pune.

At the start of the event, PM Modi also interacted with farmers and discussed their experience as enablers under the Ethanol Blended Petrol and Compressed Biogas Programmes

The virtual event was organised by the Union ministry of petroleum and natural gas in collaboration with the ministry of environment, forest and climate change. Union ministers Dharmendra Pradhan, Prakash Javadekar and Nitin Gadkari were also present at the launch event.

To commemorate the World Environment Day, the government is releasing the E-20 notification that will allow oil companies to sell 20% ethanol blended petrol from April 1, 2023, and BIS specifications for higher ethanol blends E12 and E15.

Every year on June 5, people around the world observe World Environment Day to raise awareness about the importance of nature and to inspire positive change towards the environment. The theme of this year’s World Environment Day is ‘Reimagine. Recreate. Restore’ as 2021 marks the beginning of the United Nations Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. Pakistan is the global host for the day to highlight the importance of ecosystem restoration this year





The regal game polo, still unknown to many in India possess important health aspects that does not meet the eye of the players nor the spectators. India being the birthplace of modern polo and derived from the state Of Manipur, It Is Known As  ‘Sagol Kangjei ‘ , ‘Kanjai-Bazee’ , Or ‘Pulu’ Locally.
Consisting of four mounted players, the game promotes the value of team work and networking which are important in today’s world. Networking opens the door of endless opportunities in front of an individual.
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The ‘gentleman’s sport’, played by people from all walks of like is an ideal arena for socializing and improving emotional skills. Played using a mallet, the game also physically strengthens the players’ core muscles and escalates their agility and decision making skills.The equine sport played with a 3 to3 12 inches and 3 12  to 4 12  ounces ball increases the hand eye coordination and motor skills tremendously.
Involving upper body, shoulder and arm strength, the game is a perfect cardiovascular exercise lasting 1 to 2 hours. The classic game involving team spirit is a great stress reliever causing an adrenaline rush among the players. Sources quote that “an hour of this activity can burn similar calories to a 30 minute jog or cycle”.
Relying and bonding with the polo pony, polo develops and instills decision making skills, confidence and elevates trusting instincts in the minds of players. A medium for weight loss and a complete package of benefits, it also elevates dexterity and confidence amongst many other expertises. Thus, polo is an ideal sport which can be taken up by any zealous personage .


Immunity, developed after the first wave, is not widespread. The number of people who remained unaffected because of cautionary steps taken in the first step may have been large. Immunity can also fade. Someone infected earlier can get reinfected but we know that the protection is still very high after eight months.

 In 2019, when the virus emerged, it was a generalist. It could infect many mammals and was not a tightly human-adaptive virus. The lineage continued for a long period. In the second phase, which started in October 2020, the virus became fitter. “It was a key that could fit many locks,” the expert said adding that with the increase in the transmission, the key became more refined.

Immunity, developed after the first wave, is not widespread. The number of people who remained unaffected because of cautionary steps taken in the first step may have been large. Immunity can also fade. Someone infected earlier can get reinfected but we know that the protection is still very high after eight months.

> In 2019, when the virus emerged, it was a generalist. It could infect many mammals and was not a tightly human-adaptive virus. The lineage continued for a long period. In the second phase, which started in October 2020, the virus became fitter. “It was a key that could fit many locks,” the expert said adding that with the increase in the transmission, the key became more refined.

Safe Girls

It’s always better to view a situation in its totality. Many times when we look at a situation, we tend to view only a part of it because we are already biased in our approach. Safety of girls and women in India is a grave issue. To tackle the problem, a multi-thronged tactics is required. Skewed sex-ratio, ‘commodification’ of the female body through media and other popular means, patriarchal mind-set, lax justice system etc are some of the reasons why there is apparently an increase in incidents of assault on girls and women.

First and foremost, exemplary punishment would be the best method of sending the correct message throughout the society. Potential criminals will be deterred once they see that justice is done and it is done within a time framework.

Secondly, skewed sex ratio is bound to bring crimes into picture. India needs to be educated that girls should be allowed to live. Killing girls in the womb must be stopped. Again, exemplary punishment to the offenders will go a long way in improving the situation.

Advertisements, films, television serials need to portray women as human beings and not just as sex-agents. Women and girls, like all other human beings, exist for many things apart from satisfying and fulfilling needs of the body.  Presently, female element is being used for ‘peppering’ the show, the advertisement or the film. It settles the female with the concept of ‘masala’ in our minds. These along with patriarchal brining up give a kind of licence to the criminal’s mind to venture into the territory of violence


Do you prefer reading an e-book or a physical version? It might be a surprise, but for most people, old school print on paper still wins.

Publishers of books in all formats made almost $26 billion in revenue last year in the U.S., with print making up $22.6 billion and e-books taking $2.04 billion, according to the Association of American Publishers’ annual report 2019. Those figures include trade and educational books, as well as fiction.

While digital media has disrupted other industries such as news publishing and the music business, people still love to own physical books, according to Meryl Halls, managing director of the Booksellers’ Association in the U.K.

“I think the e-book bubble has burst somewhat, sales are flattening off, I think the physical object is very appealing. Publishers are producing incredibly gorgeous books, so the cover designs are often gorgeous, they’re beautiful objects,” she told CNBC.

People love to display what they’ve read, she added. “The book lover loves to have a record of what they’ve read, and it’s about signaling to the rest of the world. It’s about decorating your home, it’s about collecting, I guess, because people are completists aren’t they, they want to have that to indicate about themselves.”

Genres that do well in print include nature, cookery and children’s books, while people prefer to read crime, romantic novels and thrillers via e-reader, according to Nielsen Book International.

It’s more than a decade since Amazon launched the Kindle, and for Halls, there is also a hunger for information and a desire to escape the screen. “It’s partly the political landscape, people are looking for escape, but they are also looking for information. So, they are coming to print for a whole, quite a complex mess of reasons and I think … it’s harder to have an emotional relationship with what you’re reading if it’s on an e-reader.”

Even animals are better than humans

I think every pet owner, or a self-proclaimed animal lover will agree to the fact that we don’t need an excuse to have the love that we feel for our animal friends, they are SIMPLY the best in all of our lives.

The Animals Will Save Your Life. All of these beautiful things, and animals can see things that people don’t notice … many times, the animals, and entire families are on board, warn them that something isn’t right, or if it is an intruder, in a diabetic coma on a house on fire, a gas leak, or even cancer.

Our pets are, and this is an amazing way to never stop, and with the support of the us, and make us laugh when we need it the most. I know for sure is that she’s just been awesome, and don’t do it on purpose…but for his eccentric antics, we will always make us laugh even when we don’t feel like it!
Pets are not. They don’t betray the faith or stab you in the back.

They are not searching for the perfect fairy tale, a novel, they are mentally unstable, and when they find out that it was all an illusion.

The animals are not hungry for material things.

They have only two genders, and don’t kid yourself that there is more to them.

They don’t know anything about, jealousy, or a one.

They do not have a religion at all. They are not willing to kill or be killed in front of an imaginary character, that no one can see.

They don’t have to fight.

They will not have to commit horrific acts of violence. When a pack of wolves, the traces of a deer, to the point of exhaustion and tears in pieces alive, but it seems cruel, but they do so only in order to survive. It’s not like it 4 times in a 4-year-old white South African girl, with a table and raped her while her parents are all dead on the ground. There must be a better to tear a rabbit into pieces to feed to the chickens, it is not the same as the 20 and the men who took part in the cutting off of the head of a Norwegian girl who, after he has raped her, and then posted a video of her with her parents.

They live in harmony with their surroundings. And, except in the cases where they have been put on the wrong locations, or other actions by the people, without causing any damage.

Except when there is an imbalance in nature that may be caused as a result of human intervention, not to reproduce it in such great numbers that they will destroy their own environment. They will be in proportion to the risk to the continuation of life as we know it today.

They don’t know anything about the past or the future, and they will do their best to live in the moment, and they don’t make yourself sick with worry over the events of which they may not be able to change it.

They’re not looking for the answers to drugs , gambling, or other unhealthy addictions.

Except when they are closed, or are in non-natural conditions, they are not repulsively fat.

Each and every class, from the octopus, to the horse, is a very attractive age. They will give up their life for their descendants, as well as each individual species will make all reasonable efforts to ensure that their child has a healthy maturity. No one uses it or sells it , the joke , ridicule, or the like to starve on their own.

Many of them are beautiful. Irbis, horses, cheetahs, gazelles, hummingbirds, to start with. There is no doubt that the homo sapiens species may also have been a beautiful animal, but it is only in the prime of his life, and fitness. You just have to look around the mall to find out the truth about it.

I fully understand that the human race is one of nature’s extreme experiments, which do not work. The study shows that the danger of extinction is the fate of every kind. We can be our own death, to nature, to work, and I don’t think that’s the planet earth and the creatures that we have shared with the loss of his tears.


Food and nutrition tips during self-quarantine

The main diet focus for COVID patients is to consume foods that would help rebuild muscle, immunity and energy levels.Nutrition plays a significant role for both, the COVID-19 patients and those who are on the path of recovery. During COVID-19, the body gets weakened and it continues for days even after recovering from the symptoms. Thus, it becomes essential to consume the right kind of diet for a speedy and complete recovery of the body. Whole grains like ragi, oats or amaranth are rich sources of complex carbohydrates. Chicken, fish, eggs, paneer, soya, nuts and seeds are some good sources of protein. Healthy fats like walnuts, almonds, olive oil, mustard oil are recommended during these days. To boost one’s immunity, one should take turmeric milk once a day.

What to take and what not to

Make a plan and buy/order only what you need:

No panic buying. Assess what you already have at home and plan your intake. This way you can avoid food waste and allow others to access the food they need.

Be strategic about the use of ingredients:

Prioritise the consumption of fresh products, use fresh ingredients and those that have a shorter shelf life first. If fresh products, especially fruits, vegetables and reduced-fat dairy products continue to be available, prioritise these over non-perishables.

Prepare home-cooked meals:

If you are not run down by fever or other COVID-19 issues, it is better to prepare nutritious meals for yourselves at home. Some examples of healthy recipes with accessible ingredients may also be found below. If your city or town has the option of “contact-less” home-delivery of food where no human interaction is required, thus supporting self-quarantine and isolation measures, use that. But prioritize the items from reliable businesses that you are sure to follow strict food hygiene requirements.

Limit your salt intake:

If you use canned, frozen or processed foods, remember they can contain high levels of salt. Go easy on use of salt when cooking and when at the table for meals. Use fresh or dried herbs and spices for added flavour instead. Cut back if you use excess fats. Fats, contrary to popular belief aren’t all bad. Too much fat can cause multiple health issues like obesity, heart disease, fatty livers, etc. But the body needs a small number of healthy fats to ensure proper nutrition. Our heart also needs a bit of fat to run smoothly.

Stay hydrated:

Whether you need water to stay cool, or to flush out harmful chemicals of drugs or metabolic processes out of your body, drinking adequate water is important for you.

Eat fresh fruits and vegetables:

Every day, eat a mix of whole grains like wheat, maize and rice, legumes like lentils and beans, plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, with some foods from animal sources (e.g. meat, fish, eggs and milk).

Consume enough fibre:

Fibre contributes to a healthy digestive system and offers a prolonged feeling of fullness, which helps prevent overeating. Eat salads, vegetables, fruit, pulses and wholegrain foods in all meals. Eat dry fruits, eggs to enhance other nutrients-intake. Proteins will help you fight COVID better.

Avoid alcohol intake :

Alcohol is not a part of a healthy diet. Drinking alcohol does not protect against COVID-19 and can be dangerous. It also weakens the immune system, its heavy use undermines your body’s ability to cope with infectious disease, including COVID-19.

The Naomi Osaka Story

This was not the first time when a sport personality disclosed his or her weakness on social media . You must be wondering what’s about Naomi Osaka . So she recently disclosed about her weakness .

She requested the French Tennis Federation that she did not wanted to attend the press conference after the tennis match . the thing is she was suffering from anxiety issues , stress , mental health issues .

Other sports persons have also recently disclosed about their weakness and the health problems that they were facing in the past . Be it Priyanka Chopra , or be it any other star from any other industry .

The result is that they were supported by millions of fans all around the globe . they are being accepted in the way they are and not in the their way that their fans want them to act like .

The Naomi Osaka story was not the same like others . She enjoyed the support of the fans from all around the world but not from the French Tennis Federation . She was removed from the upcoming matches of the tennis tournament .

Not only this but also a fine of 15000 dollars was imposed on her . It is not a very hefty amount for her and she can afford it easily because she is the only one on the highest paid sports person on this planet .

But this is not the point . The point is that it it wrong that she is not supported by the French Tennis Federation . She suffers from such anxiety and mental issues . She has been seen wearing headphone which playing often so as to avoid anxiety .

What point is the Federation trying to make ? A sports person who are required to perform in the particular sport which they play are also required to good speaking skills . It is time to think about it and change for a better future.



Pollution is the introduction of harmful material into the environment.these harmful material are called pollutants . pollutants can be natural such as volcanic ash .they are also be created by human activities,such as trash or runoff produced by factories . pollutants damage the quality of air ,water land
Pollution is the introduction of contaminated into natural environment that cause adverse change . pollution can take form of chemical substances or energy such as noise heat or light pollutants can either be foreign substances energy or natuarly occuring contaminates.hi

Burning fossil fuels release gases and chemical into the air and in an especially destructive feedback loop ,air pollutant not only contribute to. Chemical change but it also exacerbated by Air pollution in the form of carbon dioxide and methane raises the earth temperature.