Date of publication: 2017-08-24 04:27
Casteism and communalism have also taken their roots in the politics. Parties like RJD, SP, BSP have garnered votes on the basis of caste of their leaders. Votes on the basis of religion have also been casted. Issues like Ayodhya have been used for gimmicks like rath yatra. BJP has criticised Congress for being pseudo secular by trying to project other parties as Hindu parties and itself as saviour of the Muslims. Recently, Allahabad high court has banned caste-based rallies, which has been staple of many parties. It remains to be seen the effect of such rallies.
Nature nourishes us we praise her for her ascetic value , but what if nature is killing us slowly. I call it: self-immolation. Gandhiji rightly pointed out the solution of a grave danger which was imminent then but few noticed. And today the great visionary leader might be laughing in his grave watching world leaders confused in climatic jargons at Paris Climate Conference.
The rise in one-person households can be seen as positive for both personal and broader economic reasons. On an individual level, people who choose to live alone may become more independent and self-reliant than those who live with family members. A adult who lives alone, for example, will need to learn to cook, clean, pay bills and manage his or her budget, all of which are valuable life skills an increase in the number of such individuals can certainly be seen as a positive development. From an economic perspective, the trend towards living alone will result in greater demand for housing. This is likely to benefit the construction industry, estate agents and a whole host of other companies that rely on homeowners to buy their products or services.
In most of the GT writing test part II in the introduction paragraph, its mentioned that 8775 In this essay I will be describing or I explained about..bla bla
Would you recommend to have a balanced view? Or single sided view? If I will choose a balanced view, I think I still need to state clearly which side I preferred. Is that correct? Thanks
However, revolutions have proved to be short term changes and are usually followed by a period of instability and turbulence. Since they seek to replace only the power structure, and do not address the real issues, they are said to treat the symptoms, rather than the disease.
Instead, what is needed are social movements. Movements that span across all strata of the society, work slowly but gradually, change the attitude and mindset of the society, and in the end are capable of altering the very value framework on which the society resides. Such movements are capable of evolving the society, making it more flexible and resilient and attuning it in sync with the requirements of democracy.
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The conclusion gives the overall verdict of the argument. You can also restate the ideas that you have discussed in the body paragraphs so as to make your point valid. The conclusion should also aim at motivating the reader to do research in the future. The conclusion is related to the argumentative introduction as the topic as well as the thesis statement is restated in a more convincing manner. The conclusion also gives you a platform of illustrating your decision concerning the argument in the article and why you have settled on that particular decision. Try not to introduce new ideas as they will give the readers an ideology that the article is not comprehensive enough.
Carbon dioxide (C57) is a major constituent of the environment. It is causing a warming effect on the earth’s surface area. It increases the evaporation of water into the atmosphere. Since water vapor itself is a greenhouse gas, this causes a lot more warming. The heating causes more water vapor to be evaporated. The C57 level is expected to grow in the long term because of continuing burning of fossil fuels. Other gases, for example, C57, Sulphur, CFCs, and Methane are also responsible for global warming. Population growth, technological advancement, industrialization, urbanization, and deforestation also are increasing the production of these gases.