The popularity of Government jobs, how to get them

Job security is the first factor. Government facilities are another reason. And one of the major reasons is that the government servant gets a lot of dowry. That is, in the market of marriage, there is a high price for a government job.

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Media’s upheaval and Constructive Democracy in India

The prime role of any independent media is to have that fact-finding eagerness but this self -declared protector of the free press have become road blockers of the facts. Stereotyping is not constant it’s an operational process and its objectives is to construct a myth.

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Procedure for Geographical Indications (GI) Protection in India

In most cases, a geographical indication consists of the name of the place of origin of the goods. For example, “Champagne,” “Cognac,”, and “Darjeeling Tea” in India. These are geographical indications designating the specific geographical origin from which they originate.

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Limits of World Bank’s Proposal for Solution to Rohingya Crisis

The study “Impacts of the Rohingya Refugee Influx on Host Communities” conducted by the UNDP expounded how the overcrowding Rohingya affected host communities. The major adverse impact includes price hike, increase of poverty, rise in housing cost, reduction in wage rate, deforestation, environmental casualty etc.

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Kuri-Maar | A Colonial Practice of killing a girl child

Probing the history of infanticide, we find, probably it would have been for the battle of throne. In Punjab, its first documented history goes back to the same colonial period, particularly after the annexation of the region by John Lowrance in 1846.

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Gender Debate| Changing masculinity over the years

If there’s one thing the human race loves dearly, it’s putting labels on things. Someone who exhibits specific physical attributes is labeled a man, and we expect that person to react in a certain way.

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With the Taliban returns the old fear in Afghanistan

People of Afghanistan and the global community now believed that the United States of America failed in its mission of democratic nation and state-building (so-called) in Afghanistan. Government institutions closed their doors, countries thought about closing their embassies, and media stopped its usual broadcasting. And thus, a nation falls down. This is the tragedy of Afghanistan.

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Controversies in and around “Jana Gana Mana”

“Jana Gana Mana Adhinayaka Jay Hai Bharata Bhagya Vidhata” our national anthem begs many controversial questions. Many eminent personalities have questioned the present wordings of Rabindranath Tagore’s Jana Gana Mana. There is no proper clarity whether this poem was written only for India or about King George V, who visited India in 1911 and withdrew the Bengal Partition.

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