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Bitter nature of life.
30. September 2020 at 12:09
by Omkareshwar Jha
So many times the harsh lessons of your life are learnt by acting wise bitter. It hurts and that is what sometimes teach more then any way of compassion or love. Bitterness if it is present it can be use as stimulus or an agent.

The quality of our life depends upon the mentality of ourself. One can be happy by just having an ice cream and in other hand someone can have all possible luxuries and still be worried.. So the question is Why?? 


Love and compassion towards anything in life teaches us a lot and makes us comfortable but the life is nasty & bring up the situations where we loose happiness in those things which are around us. Our mental control can change such situations just by having two acts of life.. first is that we understand that something is worrying us. And second is the way out from that state of mind. It happens anyway its just that we can notice it to have some better control on us. 


"Where nothing stays permanent which is Life"


Sometimes when your words, motivation, grants &...

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Proposing a practical approach in responding to future pandemic
30. September 2020 at 12:02
by Meshach Idoko
This is a very important topic that should not be taken for granted. As the saying goes… “The best time to prepare for war, is when there is peace.” It is not bad if we start preparing in advance for any future occurrence of another pandemic.

This is a very important topic that should not be taken for granted. As the saying goes… “The best time to prepare for war, is when there is peace.” It is not bad if we start preparing in advance for any future occurrence of another pandemic.


Though we are still fighting with the present Covid-19 pandemic, we can see that it is dying off and we can immediately begin to layout strategic ways, methods and approaches to combat future ones.


We do not pray for another incidence like this but we should prepare for it in case it occurs again so we can arrest it quickly than allow it to take millions of lives before we start acting.


Before I proceed it would be needful for me to define the term ‘pandemic’. A pandemic is...

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18-Year-Old, Self-Taught E-Commerce Entrepreneur Proves the Future is Digital
13. September 2020 at 09:00
by Jared Curry
It isn’t every day you meet an 18-year-old who has read Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki, let alone one who read the book and discovered his life’s purpose. But, then, Jared Curry is no ordinary 18-year-old.


At 16, Jared realized he wanted to change the world. He saw the incredible power social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter wield. And like a great chess master, he saw 20 moves ahead. He combined this drive and commitment with his savant-like understanding of social media and voila, Scope Marketing was born. 


A Different Kind of Marketing Agency


Inspired by Grant Cordone, bestselling author, renowned speaker, and international social media influencer, Jared is on a personal mission to impact the world. He’s already revolutionizing the marketing industry.


As we might expect from a CEO like Jared, Scope Marketing is not your average marketing agency.  Wherea...

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Our Energy Production and Its Daily Requirement
09. September 2020 at 09:00
by Viral Lol
The energy we get from food to fuel our bodies is quantified in kilojoules. Fatsfats, and carbohydrates, within the foodstuff, give strength.The primary energy usage of their human body is just four kJ / kilogram of body weight per hour every day. Therefore, the Principal energy consumption of an individual can be computed as follows:

Our body demands energy due to its metabolic and physiological functions. It derives power from foods and also its own macronutrients, that is, fats, and fats. Even the consumption of dietary energy from food should meet specific requirements for the achievement and upkeep of optimal health, physiological function, and wellbeing.


The energy requirement is the quantity of dietary power necessary to keep human body dimensions, body composition, and also a critical amount of physical activity in keeping with great longterm wellbeing. The power needs of this daily diet may not be thought of in isolation from different nutrition from the meals, since the lack of one can influence the many others. Consequently, power demands must be achieved by using ...

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Contribution of fisheries and aquaculture to the employment and income in Nepal
05. September 2020 at 09:00
by Bidika Subedi
At present, 143,241 people are directly involved in aquaculture and 421,345 people are involved in capture fisheries in Nepal. Some ethnic groups such as Bhote, Darai, Majhi, Gurung, Kunwar etc depend on fisheries for their livelihood. At present, fisheries contribute 1.13% to Gross Domestic Product and 4.18% to Agricultural Gross Domestic Product in Nepal.

Nepal is very rich in natural water resources in the form of rivers, reservoirs, ditches, lakes, ponds, flood plains and large area of rice field. The availability of abundance of water resources gives Nepal an opportunity to exploit it resources for fish farming. Nepal shares 2.57% of world’s freshwater. Out of the total water resources, river, lakes and reservoir comprise 48.55%, irrigated paddy fields comprises 48.14%, marginal swamps comprise 1.4%, ponds comprise 1.38%, irrigation canal 0.38% and highway sides ditches 0.03% (CFPCC, 2019). Due to the different climatic condition in agro-ecological regions of Nepal, it has potential for farming of the both warm and cold water species. Fish farming has been traditionally practiced by some ethnic groups in Nepal since ancient time. Generally, certain ethni...

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Contribution of fisheries and aquaculture to the employment and income in Nepal
05. September 2020 at 09:00
by Bidika Subedi
At present, 143,241 people are directly involved in aquaculture and 421,345 people are involved in capture fisheries in Nepal. Some ethnic groups such as Bhote, Darai, Majhi, Gurung, Kunwar etc depend on fisheries for their livelihood. At present, fisheries contribute 1.13% to Gross Domestic Product and 4.18% to Agricultural Gross Domestic Product in Nepal.

Nepal is very rich in natural water resources in the form of rivers, reservoirs, ditches, lakes, ponds, flood plains and large area of rice field. The availability of abundance of water resources gives Nepal an opportunity to exploit it resources for fish farming. Nepal shares 2.57% of world’s freshwater. Out of the total water resources, river, lakes and reservoir comprise 48.55%, irrigated paddy fields comprises 48.14%, marginal swamps comprise 1.4%, ponds comprise 1.38%, irrigation canal 0.38% and highway sides ditches 0.03% (CFPCC, 2019). Due to the different climatic condition in agro-ecological regions of Nepal, it has potential for farming of the both warm and cold water species. Fish farming has been traditionally practiced by some ethnic groups in Nepal since ancient time. Generally, certain ethni...

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Unshattered
02. September 2020 at 09:01
by Michelle Sayre
Everything entails twinges of pain and immense emotions through the dim portal of life until the incandescence of hope.The attack of my poetry: unshattered, is to breathe new sonorous melody of mêlée- confusion, a battle of mind and of inner demon, the caricature of everlasting uncertainties.

Those days are my shadow

Drowning me in a black hole

Those were the times

That I stumbled

And let my white dress

Stained with shattered pieces of me

So immensely opprobrious

So long I have not been me

So long that I can no longer see

To where it would end

And how long will I try to mend

Now in a nightly hour

I glee for I prayed

That I will bring back

The unshattered me

In a white dress.





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The Deserted Life
29. August 2020 at 09:00
by Deepak Lal
Life is nothing but an unending, sometimes dreadful, and sometimes beautiful, journey of person where one faces lots of hardships so as to be concocted rightly. This article is a story during Covid-19, a poor student who overcomes all the hindrances comes in a way, his family faces the problem of poverty, his father cannot go outside to earn because of a virus, but He struggles to earn money from Home. He starts freelancing.

My father said, “We may not die because of virus, but surely will die because of hunger.” Future looked vague and obscure. Life felt more faded, and less exhilarated. It seemed as if everything has stopped, time and space has renounced the meaning of its greatness, and jubilant life has turned to the saddened journey. Thousands of expectations got executed by this pandemic. This 2020, can be called a black year, could have proved full of life, ecstasy, joy, blissfulness and love, but unfortunately, it has left the dark signs in the pages of history, and will be remembered as “The End.” This pandemic has filled the chest with the fear of death, hunger, and fear of people. It looks as if world has come to an end. This pandemic has driven lives to the desperate sorrows, especially of poor ones.

Surv...

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The Rejection therapy
26. August 2020 at 09:00
by Bhagyashree Saini
The power of Rejection, a self help card game, gamifies the lesson it's supposed to teach.

I am rejected for my failures, 

Omg I am selected and you are not.

I am rejected for marriage, 

What is so humourous about you , 

nothing except your white teeth !!

Dowry, compare family and mine status .


I am rejected to be a friend,

Your status is not equal to us.

I am rejected for my write ups, 

Sorry mam - They are not upto our polices and standards !!! .


I am rejected for my dressing sense, 

Typical girl with long duppatta, 

Hair tied with lot of oil in them

I am rejected for my English, language proficiency.


I am rejected to be from rural background, 

And she is from big city

Me small village girl with small dreams - "their's prejudice".


I a...

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The Effect of COVID-19 on the Youth Population and Youth Organizing
23. August 2020 at 09:00
by Abednego Ishaya Wakili
Leadtots and Human Development Services to launch a rapid response funds, with support from National Endowment for Democracy (USA), to help young people who were beneficiaries of the Leadtots projects (inclusive of the Youth Civic Engagement Trainings, DE-Watson Leadership Academy or members of the Youth Political Hotspots in Bauchi, Gombe, Yobe, Taraba and Adamawa states) to lead projects that addresses community impacts of COVID-19.

It is no doubt that the world is already battling another global pandemic with the massive outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic. This outbreak had come with numerous challenges on the poor health infrastructure in some nations, with Nigeria included. This outbreak has further posed survival challenges, to the low income Nigerians. In the midst of these challenges, is the misinformation and rumors multiplied across various media platforms which undermine the efforts that are being made to help combat the dreaded Coronavirus (COVID-19). This is particularly challenging for youth groups who seek to counter the effects of the outbreak on their own local contexts.


In the midst of these all, the younger populations are much of at the very receiv...

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