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  • Cheap Independence Anniversary, Sarcastically Speaking.    By: Richard Imhoagene

    We refuse to be fooled by Buhari's show of frugality. How much is his annual kitchen allowance? How can he embarrass us like this by budgeting a meager #70million for our Independence day celebration. Breakfast speech, March Pass, Children's Party and Owambe...all for #70million? What a disgrace! >> Category: Issues
  • My Close Shave With Jezebel    By: Richard Imhoagene

    Did I almost meet my doom? Guess I did. I can't explain why I still feel the way I do though. Could I truly be in love with a devil? I hope you can help me figure it out as you read this breath-taking confessional piece... >> Category: Issues
  • First Ladyship: A Shadow of Democratic Misconception    By: Femi Omotoyinbo

    Democracy has been injected into almost all political circles by the cataclysmic forces of globalization. Whether it pays us or not is now out of question: for it is too late to cry when ones head is chopped off. Rather, what is of relevance is that if a toad is necessary for supper, then let it be a fat one. If Democracy is what is really embraced then let it be practised without dilution. >> Category: Issues
  • The Language of the Paulicians and Pomaks    By: Edouard Selian

    This is a story about the Paulicians and their language from which originated the modern dialects and languages in southeastern Europe: the Paulician dialect, the Paulician Bulgarian language, the disputed Pomak language, and others. >> Category: Issues
  • Brain Drain: Stealing the Great Minds of Africa's Demographic Giant    By: Richard Imhoagene

    For over 50 years, Nigeria has had to deal with a lot of socio-economic, socio-political and socio-ethnic issues, which have resulted in the plunge the country is headed towards today. Brain drain is yet another problem the nation contends with. As a concept, it reduces the intellectual capital of a nation and must be tackled head on. >> Category: Issues
  • Holocaust Ignored is Holocaust Denied: Congo Holocaust?    By: Meema N Yaa-Lengi

    Ending Congo Holocaust- The millions of innocent Congolese who have been slaughtered by the invading armies of Rwanda and Uganda and their militias since 1996 fit the term Holocaust. >> Category: Issues
  • Let us Give Them a Dream    By: Femi Omotoyinbo

    By nature, man is born frail and weak. When a lamb is born it is already enabled to follow its mom to any length. A lioness does not need a trolley to push its cub about; the cub is strengthened enough to for any race. There have been children, orphans and the destitute all round that have not been given attention or care. These people need help, they need a dream. >> Category: Issues
  • Caste and Gender Based Reservation    By: shreya sharma

    This is about a current issue of our society that is 'reservation' and if it is a fair policy or not? >> Category: Issues
  • Trained Human Resource Personnel - Need of the Hour for IBO    By: manna mukulika

    This article explains the need of the hour for Indian Business Organizations and different aspects of training neds of Human Resource personnel in Indian context. >> Category: Issues
  • Perceptual Mapping in Human Resource Management: An Insight    By: manna mukulika

    Perceptual Mapping is pivotal in today's business environment. This article explains different nook and corners of perceptual mapping. >> Category: Issues
  • Conspiracy Against Farooqi Girls High School    By: rubab akhtar

    Public outrage against blasphemous essay written by a teacher in Farooqi Girls High School, Ravi road Lahore, was not done by the Ravi road residents who state that the Principal is innocent and that the public outrage was initiated by bandits, contestants and rivals. >> Category: Issues
  • Oil Conservation and Steps to Conserve It    By: Nita Shah

    Oil is a valuable nature's reserve which is non renewable and finds numerous applications in every field of life. It is widely used in transport, industry, domestic and agriculture. It si being consumed at very large scale and is causing depletion which poses ecological imbalance and future scarcity problem. It needs conciuos steps to conserve it. >> Category: Issues
  • Teenagers Depression and Suicide    By: tammy garg

    Who are the victims of depression and teenage suicide? R and asons for committing suicide how to stop this crime and live happy? >> Category: Issues
  • The Cylinder Goes Political    By: Liyakat Shah

    In India there are seventy percent of people who live a life below poverty line who feed their family by working daily on casual basis. Who have no basic amenities of satisfying their basic needs? Many a times they sleep without food and water. Living a life in such circumstances is very difficult. But with firm trust, faith and confidence in Almighty God they dare to cross all hurdles in life and live a life hoping and thinking for a better future next time >> Category: Issues
  • Severe Blast in Gas Cylinders    By: Liyakat Shah

    People around the world are closely associated with LPG cylinders and it is the part and parcel of our domestic live. Our well furnished and decorated kitchen would be incomplete in absence of Gas cylinders. Our whole cooking procedure is totally dependent on Gas cylinders >> Category: Issues
  • Suicide is Haram (Forbidden)    By: Liyakat Shah

    Life is a combination of joy and sorrow one has to live in both circumstances. Almighty God has kept a balance in life by giving two sides of life just as a coin. Every living being is associated with it be tolerant with it in all conditions In India there are two major reasons for committing suicide. The first and foremost is failure in love and another is frustration due to work >> Category: Issues
  • The Greatest Human on Universe    By: Liyakat Shah

    In present world there are some mad people who utilize their brain to do some inhuman work to attract the attention of the audience and world around them. So they use such measures of defaming any religion or any people. By this they tend to show the things which are not in reality. Their sole intention remains on publicity and popularity. By doing such ill things they know the protest and agitation would make them as well as their work famous and would get a place for breakfast for the media >> Category: Issues
  • Load Shedding a Serious Problem - Power Cuts in India    By: Liyakat Shah

    In India in many states we have a shortage of power cuts in the form of load shedding. There is a daily power cut for seven to eight hours in cities and towns and ten to eleven hours in remote villages. The reason for that is that there is a shortage of natural resources such as coal and water in order to produce necessary electricity for the people to use >> Category: Issues
  • Living Relationship Ends With Breakup    By: Liyakat Shah

    Living relationship means both male and female live together without performing ties of marriage and this type of tradition is very much common in western countries especially America. They say that it is an ideology to be familiar with the person with whom we prefer to marry. But very sad to say that maximum of such living relationship ended up with breakup and failure >> Category: Issues
  • Never Give Up in Life    By: Liyakat Shah

    Life is a combination of success and failure. Some people get success at a very first step and some struggle throughout their life to taste a bit of success. But many a times with failure in life people give up and do no tend to dream or think of starting or experimenting new ways in life >> Category: Issues
  • Post and Power    By: Liyakat Shah

    Post may be defined as a thing that we deserve it according to our caliber experience and ability. If a proper candidate is filled with proper selection with a good intention than people society and nation would benefit a lot from it. And if any penetration of malpractice come into it than it can ruin whole procedure as well as may spoil all people who come in contact with it >> Category: Issues
  • Life For Doing Good Deeds    By: Liyakat Shah

    Even animals and plants have the same procedure of death and reproduction. A new species is born and ends according to the cycle prescribed by God. Real fear of death may keep us on the right track that is we may think and act of doing good deeds >> Category: Issues
  • Life is Not All Roses    By: Riya Raaj

    The relationship between people end up getting affected due to these 'issues'. The level of trust and confidence starts decreasing and ultimately what is left is the realisation that if we had not been caught up in our own issues we could have avoided this mess. >> Category: Issues
  • Effective Recruitment Process and Its Importance in MOP    By: Mukulikaa Mannaa

    Modern Business Organizations are suffering from acquisition of right kind of employees who can boost productivity at the right time when the organization needed most. This article reviews the different aspects of recruitment process and organizational productivity related issues in more focused manner and also tries to offer some solution to it. >> Category: Issues
  • Burma Has to Answer For Human Carnage    By: Liyakat Shah

    The recent ongoing innocent killing by Burmese tribes is shame on society and nation and at time to come Burma has to answer for that. The way minority communities are being targeted and slaughtered like animals is horrible to see and hear that too in the holy month of Ramadan. Remember no religion in the world permits violence in any form either physical or mental >> Category: Issues
  • East Dr Congo Faces Catastrophic Humanitarian Crisis? Here's Why    By: Meema N Yaa-Lengi

    DEAL WITH RWANDA AND UGANDA'S ACE (TROJAN HORSE) IN D.R. CONGO: BBC News reported on this August 7, 2012, that 'Joseph Kabila' (the 'president' of the DRC) is meeting Paul Kagame near Uganda's Kampala in order to 'discuss the conflict' in Congo that has led to many donors cutting or suspending aid from Rwanda... Is anyone out there thinking? Could the Allies have met with Adolf Hitler in order to 'discuss the conflict' in occupied Europe? Or else could occupied Europe have met with Hitler and agree to create a 'neutral force' that would insure peace in Occupied Europe? No one sees anything wrong with this picture? >> Category: Issues
  • The Youth These Days    By: Leanne Evans

    This article covers: bullying, technology, stereotypes and some anecdotes. Be true to yourself. >> Category: Issues
  • Role of Human Resource in Retaining Talent    By: manna mukulika

    This article explains the role of Human Resource Management department in retaining Talent. Today's competitive business environment it is very difficult for any organization to put a full stop to the employee turn over. This paper discusses some of the tools to counter turn over and their importance for modern organizations in the 21st century. >> Category: Issues
  • Innocent Killings in Burma    By: Liyakat Shah

    Few people of Burma went against the teachings of Gautama Buddha who once preached non-violence and chaste behaviour as a greatest principle of Buddhism. No religion in the world permits violence in any form >> Category: Issues
  • Condition of Villages in India    By: Padmavati Madipalli

    People talk about many problems which are not helping India develop. People say it is the rising population, food security, poverty. But I say its just a simple change in the attitude. The state in which we are completely depends on what our attitude is and nothing else is to be blamed for that. >> Category: Issues
  • Interfaith Marriages    By: Liyakat Shah

    Marriage is just like a cart that moves with two wheels one of husband and another of wife. If both the wheels are of same size, shape, nature, quality than the cart would move further and if one differs in any of department than the cart is unable to move, and once the cart is unable to move than our life would become a problem >> Category: Issues
  • India Originating as Secured Place For Terrorists    By: Ashutosh Mishra

    This article explains in detail about the of slower legal proceedings of India against the damaging and brutal terrorists.Despite of being provided the death punishments,they are still enjoying their lives and waiting for their release by the honourable Indian Courts. >> Category: Issues
  • The Plight of Parents!    By: SHANKU SHARMA143

    It is a brief on those parents who struggle hard all through their lives for proper upbringing of their wards. But when the same parents attain old age, the able-bodied wards simply 'throw' them away. >> Category: Issues
  • All About Examination    By: Ashutosh Mishra

    Examinations are very important procedures which enables the students to get promoted continuously inside the life's struggle.Secured and scheduled modes of techniques must be there inside the students to make themselves successful and with a unique identity in the gathering. This article lays stresse to get rid of unwanted exam stresses and well defined plans to crack the examinations. >> Category: Issues
  • War and its Causes    By: Liyakat Shah

    We know that even animals and birds fight among each other in person or in groups when they want to establish their superiority. Since human beings are animals too, they also must be indulging into same practice. But since human have power called logical thinking and reasoning, we expect that humans must resolve their issues in more peaceful ways >> Category: Issues
  • Precautions Against Terrorist Events    By: Liyakat Shah

    To prevent the terrorist attacks, we must take certain precautions >> Category: Issues
  • Petrol Price and Politics in India    By: Liyakat Shah

    Petrol play a very important role in politics and every party use it according to its will to gain popularity Every government comes and goes and they give an assurance and true promise that they would eradicate poverty and think about the common man, poor people and control in price rise. But all these events look very nice when heard by the audience and lacks on the basis of implementations >> Category: Issues
  • Publicity and Religion    By: Liyakat Shah

    Now days we find people and firms engaged in publicity to advertise their brand for personal gains to make use of religion. They tend to play sentimental puppets with the people and their feelings. It they want to advertise any of the products among the people than they use any measures to mingle that product or thing with any religion depending upon the geographical population of that religion and region >> Category: Issues
  • Types of Stress    By: Liyakat Shah

    We can see that there are many types of stress that one experiences. The mental stress is any time much more severe than physical stress. If the mind of any person is going in right positive direction, than he can take much more physical work stress than any other person. The mental stress is cause due to frustration or conflicts or other pressures of various kinds as well as one's own resistance to change >> Category: Issues
  • National Commission For Women    By: Liyakat Shah

    Women play a very vital role in our society. But sadly to say that women's are always being denied by their rights and very often fall prey to nuisance in the society. In spite of human being she has face differences in the society in different sectors. The main reason for their condition is there ignorance. Daily we come to know about torture and abuse which has become a common topic to hear. In order to tackle with such treatment against them The Government of India has set up a Commission to deal with such situations >> Category: Issues
  • How Consumer Are Cheated?    By: Liyakat Shah

    The main reason is that we do not time to find a reason for peeping into such circumstances. We are in a hurry and often just come to a specific shop to buy our goods in hurry and haste and this is the reason that the shopkeeper misuses us with his tricks >> Category: Issues
  • Van Mahotsav -The Festival of Trees    By: Liyakat Shah

    Plants a beautiful creation of Allah Tabaraq Watala which is very useful to all human and animals. They give us innumerable things to us. They keep the percentage of oxygen balance in atmosphere. It is for such reason that today we find frequent visits to hill stations by the people. The reason for that is hill stations are green lush with greenery all around and have plenty of vegetation there >> Category: Issues
  • Jealous Mentality: Destroyer of Humanity    By: Ashutosh Mishra

    This article is totally concentrated towards the jealous mentality of human beings which can be ultimately considered as the destroyer of humanity as it badly affects the nature to succeed. >> Category: Issues
  • Homosexuality is Not Permitted in Islam    By: Liyakat Shah

    Qur'an describes that everything has been created in pairs which complement one another. Pairing of male and female is thus part of human nature and the natural order. Marriage and family is the accepted way in Islam for a person's emotional, psychological, and physical needs to be met. The Qur'an describes the husband wife relations as one of love, tenderness, and support. Procreation is another way of fulfilling human needs, for those whom God blesses with children >> Category: Issues
  • Polygamy in Islam    By: Liyakat Shah

    One has to be very much cautious before taking that step because he has to give equal distribution in all walks of life as long as he is alive. And if he denies any of rights form anyone than he is not fit for taking that step. Mere just by having two wives is not for fun but he should satisfy them with all amenities of food, shelter and clothing that too of same quality and standard to both of them and if he denies than no way to do that >> Category: Issues
  • Parents Are the Precious Gifts of God    By: Liyakat Shah

    Parents are our real wealth given by Allah to we humans and we should take it for granted to serve them whole heartedly as it is our moral responsibility to do it. We should take it as a great opportunity if our parents or any of them is alive. Think for a while and ask for those people who do not have their parents and miss them a lot >> Category: Issues
  • English - The Language of Status Symbol in a Third World Country    By: megha mukherjee

    Apparently, In India If you can't communicate or write in English, people are not going to take you seriously nor are you a suitable candidate for a good job. Sadly, being a graduate from Hindi medium school or college is no less than a taboo in the urban Indian society. >> Category: Issues
  • Self Complacency is the Biggest Hindrance to Persistence    By: Shweta Singh

    We are the makers of our own Destiny . Lets not succumb our dignity to developed powers . We need to just think , believe and make the Difference >> Category: Issues
  • Soil Pollution and Water Pollution    By: Liyakat Shah

    Soil a very important creation of God which helps every living being to survive on earth. It helps to grow different types of vegetations to add beauty to nature and also to be used as food for humans and fodder for animals >> Category: Issues
  • Why Love Only on Valentine's Day?    By: Liyakat Shah

    . If we really love any one and have interest in the person than do send your legal proposal under the guidance of parents and elderly people and if you get symptoms of any positive response for your proposal than do wait for proper time to come for your parents to decide what is better for you with your consultations and if the proposal is rejected or you get any negative answer than do not argue or throw a series of questions to do any philosophy in that work but on the contrary chose another door where you would find a much better match for you than the older one >> Category: Issues

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