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Why Danish People Are The Happiest People In The World
11. July 2019 at 23:50
by Kunal Bansal Chandigarh
According to two recent scientific studies, the people of Denmark are the happiest people in the world. The media's attention to this issue has led the Danish people to talk about it. If you would’ve asked the reason for the happiness and satisfaction with life of Danish people three years ago, they would probably have looked at you in a glimpse of what this question is.

But today, in response to such a question, most Danes are likely to offer a variety of reasons for their happiness with a smile of satisfaction. However, it took several years for the Danish people to believe that they are the happiest people in the world. Denmark is a country on the shores of the northwestern continent of Europe with a population of over 5 million people with most of its population being of Danish descent. In the past, many people in the world thought that the lives of the people of the northern Europian region were very uneasy and, for example, Denmark was a country with high suicide and depression rates.


But two recent scientific studies that have taken place ove...

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Songs Can Have A Positive Effect On Your Life
08. July 2019 at 11:08
by Mohit Bansal Chandigarh
Songs are more than just a way of entertainment. I can say this because I have experienced it and I want others to understand the same. Different kinds of songs have different effects, however, only if you listen to the lyrics and feel the music properly. The key is to try and listen to the lyrics of every song you come across and then decide which ones make you feel good and create a positive outlook for you.
Songs are more than just a way of entertainment. I can say this because I have experienced it and I want others to understand the same. Different kinds of songs have different effects, however, only if you listen to the lyrics and feel the music properly. There are many songs that help me every day in keeping a positive mindset. The key is to try and listen to the lyrics of every song you come across and then decide which ones make you feel good and create a positive outlook for you.


I’m about to tell you about a time when I wasn’t introduced to photography and there was another niche in my life that brought a lot of positivity in my life.


I had just lost my par...

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7 Empowering Women Of India
08. July 2019 at 10:55
by Mohit Bansal Chandigarh
Women empowerment has become one of the biggest movements in India nowadays and many Indian women have proven to be the building blocks of the movement. With their pure passion for their work and their good deeds, they are very well a true inspiration for everyone.

Most of them are known and respected throughout the world and some of them are historical figures and most definitely, all of them will be remembered forever. I myself take a lot of inspiration from these empowering women and want each and every woman in the world to know about them and be inspired by them.


These 7 women are truly role models for every woman in the world and we can all learn a lot from them (Yes! Even the men). So, without further delay, let’s get started on the list:


Mother Teresa


Anj...

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The Difference Between Feminism And Misunderstood Feminism
01. July 2019 at 20:59
by Kunal Bansal Chandigarh
OK, before I get chased by a group of women holding pitchforks, let me get one thing clear, I respect those who deserve it and I do believe that men and women should be treated equally. That’s the true meaning of feminism. Protesting against the ideology that men are superior or better than women, that’s feminism. Turning it the other way around by saying that women are better than men, that’s misunderstood feminism.

Now, I’m in full support of feminism as I think that the original movement did make a difference by giving women equal rights as that of men. And I’m with the men and women who still support the ideology of equal rights for men and women. Also, I do understand that women do not feel safe going out at night and that’s because of the things many men have done in the past.


However, pinning it on a whole gender is not the sensible thing to do. Most of the women today who call themselves feminists, believe in statements like ‘all men are dogs’. Yes, I’m not making this up. I’ve heard women who call themselves feminists saying this phrase over and over again. Let me just ask you one simpl...

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Artistic wonders in the Frari Church and the Scuola di San Rocco
01. July 2019 at 20:54
by Kunal Bansal Chandigarh
Venice has abundant art treasures. Many cover the walls of the city's elegant gallery, the Accademia, but the best still remains in the places where they were painted: the churches and palaces of the Renaissance. This is an excellent guide to Whatsonwhen's favorite masterpieces, yet to be found in their original homes.

Like the great city-state itself, Venice's Renaissance painters developed along unique lines. They were great colorists, more sensuous, and less austere than their Florentine and Roman counterparts. They tempered the sculptural monumentality of Michelangelo with a Byzantine exoticism of lush coloring and, in the case of Tintoretto, dramatically looser brushwork. Their work is about light and color. Their sense of fragile mortality seems poignantly suited to a city that is sinking and decaying, ever at risk from the floods that will one day surely destroy it.


Three artists stand out: Giovanni Bellini ...

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Effect of Political Instability on Entrepreneurship and Economy
01. July 2019 at 20:52
by Noor Fatima
In the societies with poor democratic norms, i.e. in many countries of the world, political instability is the most horrible phantom that swallow up all business forecast, time management, targets, resources, encouragement, decision making powers of entrepreneurs.

Having an idea to establish a new business is the most inspirational and people who initiate it are entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurship can change our way of living and thinking, and helps us innovate new ideas.  If it gets successful they get to earn money and more new jobs are created for the community. Being in charge of yourself, you could make your own decisions and be a boss of your own is a wonderful mania.  You could be able to create something new and earn by this mean. Entrepreneurship idea is based to believe that taking risk to some points is necessary because if we never hit the ball, we can’t say that we did not make a goal. To achieve a goal, one should become a player to learn the next strategy of the game.  It works like the healthy financial life line of a country’s economy.

Like in ...

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Social Parasites Endangering the Survival of Pakistan
22. June 2019 at 01:25
by Zulfiqar Ali Ramzan
Since its inception in 1947, Pakistan has faced various issues from social inequality, political instability, to economic disparity. These issues have been and are still thwarting the growth of Pakistan. Unless social inequalities creating hindrance to the growth of Pakistan are eradicated, peace and prosperity cannot be effectively achieved.

Since its inception in 1947, Pakistan has faced various issues from social inequality, political instability, to economic disparity. These issues have been and are still thwarting the growth of Pakistan. To this, many such measures were taken to eradicate this menace. However, stability in the country is still a distant dream. Pakistan has been bestowed upon by nature many natural resources. Unfortunately, they have been unevenly distributed by the elite class of society, creating social inequality. Moreover, politicians and their personnel have won seats on the rhetoric that they will bring social equality and justice in society. On this point, the country’s various governments have, in particular, failed to provide the fundamental rights to its people. And unless these inequalities are eradicated, peace and prosperity for this countr...

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How Great Thou Art
14. June 2019 at 15:06
by Christopher Tawiah-mensah
How beautiful is the mind's eye? We connect dots with acrylic and canvas, understand the meanings behind the curves and crevices. Nod our heads to the smell of oil paint on the antiques at the gallery, but fail to comprehend that a white flag does not only signify victory, but an act of surrender too.

If paintings could say everything on a 24 × 40 cm board, I would be the opposite of not being an artist. The flow, the glow, the soul, the whole, the excitement, the tranquility amidst fulfilment, O me, O God! Paint me a rose and thorn my stems- leave me imperfect. Wall my walls with humanity and save me an inn to live in. At least thence I would tell my stories outside a frame. Outside acrylic. Outside canvas.


Howbeit that a painting be more peaceful than sunshine and safer than moonlight yet spring from a taunting mind? Maybe art cares less about our insecurities. Maybe she does care. Maybe the pose of the wired lady with beads on her waist and ankle is erotic rather than an epitome of pain. Maybe the Yin and Yang symbol was just drawn to be an emblem of unity rather than the light and darkness, or masculine and femi...

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UDUS Management Bane Indecent Dressing
14. June 2019 at 15:05
by Yasir Ibrahim
One of the notable values of Africa is its rich cultural background, and as such, there is no time in our history that indecent dressing can be linked to our heritage. The depth of this ungodly and morally-repugnant attitude is sunk deeply in tertiary institutions.

The management are beginning to express fears over the spate of indecent dressing on our campus, especially by ladies, noting this phenomenon, that was once alien to Africa, is gradually becoming a norm and is contributing to the increase in the rate of immorality and other ills plaguing the society and campus.

Recalled that, the management through the student affairs division in collaboration with the security unit ordered the men in blue (Security) to be chasing back to hostel any student seen dress indecently. The men in blue are mounted at various corner in the university at early hour of the day assessing the outfits of every students particularly ladies.

One of the notable values of Africa is its rich cultural background, and as such, there is no time in our history that indecent dressing can be linked to our heritage...

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Fantastic Readers and Where to Find Them
11. June 2019 at 12:27
by Francine Beatriz Pradez
This generation has everything at their disposal and yet are plagued by multiple matters and distractions all at once that makes it harder for them to sit down and focus on one thing. But if anything is a guarantee, it is the understated fact that this world has never ceased in its supply of fantastic readers , it is simply a matter of time to find them.

       By the end of the year 2019, it is estimated that 7.7 billion individuals will inhabit the Earth and from that statistic, a sizeable 32% belongs to the multitasking, globally competitive and technologically – attached young adults under the banner of the Generation Z (Gen Z).

           Spanning from the late 90s to the early 2000s, Gen Z upholds a reputation for being digital natives --- the kind that has powerful digital tools and transformative tech innovations at its beck and call. Studies reveal that the Gen Z acquire their first phone by the time they reach the age of 10 and further research notes that 12% spend 15 hours on their phones each day and this occurs at a global scale....

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Why Indian Youth Is Going Through So Much Of Mental Stress
03. June 2019 at 10:18
by Kunal Bansal Chandigarh
Mental Stress is one of the biggest challenges faced by Indian youth nowadays. It can be due to studies, work, family, and many other reasons. Sure, working hard or excelling in studies will get you good results, but what good will it do if you won’t be happy with the way your life is going. Below is the list of the main reasons for mental stress in Indian youth.
  • Education System


Ok, before you lash out on me, I’m not blaming the whole education system of the country. I’m just pointing out some aspects of the education system that result in mental stress in the youth.


The reservation system: The reservation system in India depends upon the cast of the people. According to the reservation system, 50% of quota in government jobs and education will be reserved for Scheduled Castes (SCs), Scheduled Tribes (STs) and the Other Backward Classes (OBCs). This m...

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Building People, Smashing Stereotypes
03. June 2019 at 10:18
by Francine Beatriz Pradez
Across borders, gender stereotypes still are a prevailing form of discrimination that belittles people and sets limits for them that prohibits them from reaching their ultimate potential in such a way that should be culturally unacceptable and nullified as we achieve a modern state of living. More than ever, gender stereotypes present a challenge towards achieving unity and understanding disparity which is what this article hopes to shed light on

In society, a major influence in the way people act or express themselves lies in how people in the community perceive their roles to be. For example, mainstream entertainment casts female actors to portray affectionate, dramatic or even flirtatious characters often wearing frilly dresses or those that depict the feminine nature of fashion whereas male actors are represented as apathetic, guarded or even sadistic. The preconceived notions and beliefs regarding the attributes or characteristics that must be possessed by a particular gender are known as gender stereotyping.

         Gender stereotype, in its most harmful form, limits the capacity of genders to optimize their skills and take on opportunities simply because it goes aga...

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That Night will pass
03. June 2019 at 10:17
by Omkareshwar Jha
Nights are feared from aeons. What changed?? It's dark usually colder than the day. No experience ever will take its place. Darkness is the reality of closed eyes. But what it's hiding inside?? Is unknown...

I love darkness from my childhood nevertheless it is true that I afraid like every kid but my chaios for it never ends up.

Dark usually nights don't discriminate. Colour & geometry of traditional eyes view don't capture night's vision.

But...

Nights began with a new world that is everyday just right at the top of us but we get a chance to look at it only at night. Generally it is said that day gives us clarity which is true but night gives us the possibility!!

The darkness of infinite space & millions of stars make me ever clueless about the possibility of new existence & the presence of deep world. I listened dozens & dozens of story from my grandpa.

I never wonder how people miss the sunrise but more then that I wonder how people miss the night sky.

Technically it's dark but in rea...

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Empowering People in the Academe to use Social Media on a Daily Basis
24. May 2019 at 00:28
by Francine Beatriz Pradez
In light of the #Cancelled trend and the toxic environment that social media posits, how do we encourage educators and students alike to utilize social media and technology to aid in delivering and extending the kind of education that we envision from inside the classroom towards the confines of our own homes.

Around the globe, over 60% of children aged sixteen years old and above have an account on a particular social network which encompasses Facebook, Twitter and Instagram among others.[1] This is not a surprising phenomenon. When you look around, schoolchildren are often preoccupied with their phones in an attempt to battle their fear of missing out on the latest happenings surrounding their lives and the lives of their peers. They spend 116 minutes a day sharing content and browsing images and videos on online platforms.[2]

         In most academes, social media is viewed as a menace towards the educational growth of learners thus the ban of its use with...

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Music As A Mechanism for Social Change in Liberia
16. May 2019 at 00:06
by Janet M Kamara
There is a wave of social change sweeping across Liberia since the country ended fourteen-years of brutal civil wars through a comprehensive peace provision that was formerly synchronized by the regional Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in 2003.

Liberia has since advanced its development programs and partially revitalized its priority sectors through a United Nations Mission(UNMIL); and a set of assistance provided by the United States, China, European Union, and other donor institutions, has buttressed the country in the rebuilding of its health care sector, education sector, and natural resource management sectors.


The country has also stabilized politically with two democratically-elected presidents since a 1980 coup that led to sequential eras of civil wars across the country. Liberia former President and 2011 Nobel Prize Winner, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, was elected in 2005 as the very first woman president in Africa’s p...

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In need of a Need!
14. May 2019 at 21:26
by Mary Joy Orola
A popular cliche reads, 'The need of man is insatiable'. As true as this fact seems, it is a gullible catalyst for unnecessary amassing of debris that will eventually kill man; only one thing is needful...

A need is something that is an absolute requirement for survival primarily and every living thing, man especially has got survival instinct in him. On this side of Creation, we all do all we can to make ends meet, in order to keep body and soul together; no breathing human is exempted from the rat race for relevance, eminence, and excellence to keep one's social influence or prominence. If one doesn't achieve all in his life time , he transfers the desire to his children and that continues fro generations. There is, no end to the craving.


Why do we feel a greater sense of responsibility and desire to amass more even when we seem to have laid hold on our needs so to speak?


This could only mean one thing. THERE IS A NEED STILL LEFT TO BE MET!


Every man is in need of a NEED! Build all t...

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The Cattle Wars of South Sudan
14. May 2019 at 21:25
by Maulline Gragau
The story of a family of a South Sudanese lady demanding 250 cows as bride price from a prospective bridegroom went viral for all the wrong reasons. Many people on the internet were quick to judge the family for what they thought was a way to get rich by "selling" their daughter. Whatt they failed to understand was that it goes beyond bride price.

The family found themselves on the wrong end as many who criticised them do not understand their customs and traditions. Granted that as with many good things there is always bound to be some level of abuse, it is not different in this regard. That said, the issue of bride price and its significance is an entire discussion on its own which is beyond the scope of this article. 


For many Nilotic communities in Africa, cattle are a hot commodity such that those who have them are willing to die protecting them and those who do not are ready to kill to acquire them. Previously, young boys who would go herding cattle would use traditional spears to protect the cattle however this has changed. Nowadays, many of these herders carry automatic rifles which have caused a tremendous shift in the age-old cattle raids issue. A...

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Essay Writing Services: Unethicality in Legality
08. May 2019 at 09:00
by Gavielle Gerico Cruz
Essay writing services are online websites arranged by anonymous writers that offer a wide range of service. With just one click, you can have your essays made for you, and you can continue on with your normal life without having to worry about your paperwork. In today’s world, the usage of these websites have dramatically soared. But the question remains: Is the practice truly ethical?

Essay writing services are online websites arranged by anonymous writers that offer a wide range of service. With just one click, you can have your essays made for you, and you can continue on with your normal life without having to worry about your paperwork. In today’s world, the usage of these websites have dramatically soared. This practice was dubbed as a “booming online industry” in 2017 by The Guardian (News website) having thousands of essays ‘made to order’ yearly. The demand for literary support has come about due to the everlasting predicament of present-day society: lack of time. But to what extent is this demand paid for? It has come to the attention of schools, universities, and the media that even under legal grounds, the practice of paying others to make essays for you and claiming these as your ...

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When I wrote less..
08. May 2019 at 09:00
by Omkareshwar Jha
It's been a mysterious for a while and that while takes so many lifetimes to understand. Human psychology is more complicated when they try to be easy. Less or more characters of my life with you and your are doing well and that you are interested in me's and not themselves. When you try to be me who will be "You"??

Always good to hear about your experience with you and your. I am writing to apply my calibre and you??

When I wrote less seems complicated as if someone don't understand what I have been working on. But the secret is in reading the silent message that is not written. But the question is how can you read what's not written??

Think upon it for a while. And you be me you know it all. But how you will be me that's even a bigger question??

So what about human psychology in all this...

Well it's just you!!

The study of you is human psychology. And that you for you is "me" and not I. With such little ease I can say you be I but don't know who be you!

To find you in you is your job. I can stay with you but don't just rely on I. Rely on You!

Okay let's try again.. You be You but to know me You be ...

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Mission Happiness
16. April 2019 at 09:01
by Bharti Kumari
Our generation is suffering highly from mental disorders, low level of happiness, and high disappointments must be taken into account. Together, we can make right things happen to make this world better place for each other.

As per data, provided by WHO around 450 million or 1 out of 4 people are suffering from mental health disorders. More than 40% of countries have no policies regarding mental health issue. There are several mental health disorders, anxiety, depression, bipolar, schizophrenia, obsessive compulsion where depression is ranked on 4th as disease burden cause. It is estimated that by 2020 it will be ranking 2nd. This data and reading about mental health sounds really big, and unrealistic to many. Many of us can’t imagine 1 out of 4 of us is suffering from a mental disorder, it sounds like umm no not us, right?


Major causes of stress and depression are found out to be any kind of abuse (majorly emotional), conflict, and loss of your close people, genetics and certain medication. If we discuss and go ...

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My Job is to feed a Hungry Child
04. April 2019 at 09:01
by Nana Kwaku M Asamoah
For a lot of Ghanaians, having an opportunity to give back to society and make a difference in the life of someone is too often imagined as a far-fetched activity, one that only well-off individuals could afford. But the reality is that, a little selfless act such as feeding a person who is hungry will directly impact the very people you interact with each and every day.

Our country is everything that surrounds us, but an individual cannot care about all of the numerous/millions of issues and problems that occurs in the country. It is realistically impossible to suffer for every appalling acts of ill in the country or perhaps, agonize over every single poor person who lacks good drinking water, hospitals, basic sanitation, quality education etc…. This is why my ambition is not to concentrate on helping the entire country or help solve the issues of the entire country now, but to focus on lending a hand to a hungry child in my neighborhood and community. I improve the country by improving a tiny part of it.


Several years ago, I was convinced that solving the problems of country was the job of the government or so...

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How Boarding Schools Prepare Students for Studying Abroad
03. April 2019 at 19:28
by Mohamed Emad
Go live with a complete bunch of strangers. Go leave your entire support system of family and friends behind. Go learn how to deal with a mountain of unfamiliar situations all by yourself. If you think about it, it’s not much different: Boarding school is just a mini-version of studying abroad.

Homesickness. If you traveled abroad at least once before, then you definitely know how it feels. If not, and you are planning to study abroad in the near future, then this is something you must be ready to face – and overcome. 


Basically, homesickness is the feeling of anxiety and loneliness when you are being away from home. Being pulled out of your usual ‘nest’ and thrown into an entirely new culture, forced to communicate only in a tongue not your own, is a radical change that gives rise to those negative feelings. Sooner or later, you will begin to miss everything back at your home country (your bed, your family, your country food, etc.). Eventually, you will become homesick, and the exciting journey of studying abroad that you always looked forward to becomes a gloomy nightmare you wish would end as fast as ...

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Un-Me
02. April 2019 at 09:03
by Suman Mercy Sundar
Reality & Imagination have taken a toll already on Mental health & Physical health. These attributes highly reflect on our thought process and identify creation. Read this article to know what you are to Yourself. Before anyone else, what are you? To Yourself.

Unsee.

My mind cannot unsee the images screaming through my ears.

My mind cannot unsee the lies of a promised forever.

My mind cannot filter through the memories of cries.

My mind cannot hold back the raging anger for lost time.

I truly cannot unsee what it would be without anything being wrong with me.

There are always some times when I want to forget what I felt.

There are always times when I want to un-touch people and their reflection in my life alone.

There are times when I want to un-walk a path taken with a friend.

There are times I want to un-say things to My family.

There are times when we want to run into wild places with oddities for us to fit perfectly in. 

And then there are these gushing, golly smiles that make all this un-familiarity very much basic.<...

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observation of the day
01. April 2019 at 09:00
by Omkareshwar Jha
Equality is wrong way that is conceptualize in our heads. Equality in rights, duties. Equality of gender. Equality in education & service. Let's explore the truth....

Equality is a wrong way that is implanted largely in heads. The direction itself is wrong. Because of past struggles & various infrastructure to torture the people's in slavery. The rights & revolutions took place & boomed the situation & we're in a better life right now.

For that time the requirements & mindset was struggling with situations & fights are going on at all possible levels of slaveries. Which was right that's why we're here in a position to take charge of the life that comes out of it. But due to slavery periods majority people's around the globe got a tendency to manage & maintain the self security & deep inside be defensive which seems right at surface level observation but when we analyse & go deep inside it's only a sensitivity that is always in alert mode with all senses ope...

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Catching a glimpse of purpose (How I fell in Love with Adolescent Development)
30. March 2019 at 09:00
by Victor Oyelade
Sometimes all we need to catch a glimpse of our purpose is to travel to the extremes of the earth – those places most people will not go due to disease infestation, poverty and underdevelopment. You never know, your purpose might be right there, just waiting for you to come get it!

Although I wasn’t sure of what my passion is, by early 2015, I was a young, innocent First Degree Holder in Zoology waiting to be deployed by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). It finally came in May, anxiety rushed through my guts, I zoomed to the Café to print my call-up letter and see where I had been posted.


Right there, I was staring at the shock of my life! 


I had never been out of South-West (Nigeria) but I had been thrown to Zamfara state, an extreme end of North-West (Nigeria), believed to be the least developed part of our developing country.  The news was in town, “NYSC had sent call-up letters”. My parents called to ask where I had been posted, after I broke the news, there was silence over the phone, don’t be disturbed by it, we will work on a redeployment for you,

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Mirror Mirror
21. March 2019 at 09:01
by Anujin Saruul
In the past, whenever I had to go on a date or attend an important meeting, I’d usually spend up to 3 hours in front of the mirror. Once the make-up routine came to an end, I would proudly say, “Who can be prettier than this girl?” But my inner mind was like, “Kendall Jenner, Angelina Jolie, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Alba, Kim Kardashian are still prettier than you , HAHAHA”.


I always seem to make myself somewhat sad, and unconfident, because I always believed that “pretty is not my thing”. So, I cleaned off all my make-up, undressed, ordered a pizza, and cherry coke. Anyway, I thought that I didn’t have to go on a diet because I was “ugly”, even when I was thin or fat I still believed I was ugly! Would you believe me if I said that it was everything I’ve thought for the last 5 years?

I later found out that it wasn’t just me, who was unsatisfied with the way I looked. About 97 percent of girls think that they are ugly, or unsatisfied with the way their body look or different type of unsatisfaction about their appearance.Only 3 percent of them thinks they are perfect.


Another reason why I was unhappy, was because of the...

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Gender Equality and Women Empowerment
11. March 2019 at 09:00
by Anubhav Harsh
Women empowerment is the ultimate need of the hour to witness the ideal notion of gender equality in the world. Gender equality is, first and foremost, a human right. Anyone in this world, is entitled to live life with dignity and freedom and without any kind of fear, regardless of gender.

It is a natural way and the only way. No one comes into this world by his choice of gender. So, naturally, gender based discrimination has to be of no existence. But, unfortunately, the gender inequality exists in the world. Gender equality is something that we have strived for, for a long time. Be it in terms of gender roles, right to education, right to reproduction decisions, etc. The times have changed tremendously, but much more needs to be done. Gender inequality acknowledges the fact that being of a different gender leads to difference in lived experiences.

  

Women empowerment is the ultimate key to achieve our goal of gender equality. Only if we will be able to let women enjoy the same rights, choices and freedom, then our society will be ideal as it should be. Empowering women is also an indispensable to...

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The girl known by many names.
08. March 2019 at 21:40
by Apurva Mane
But she wasn't really the normal girl. Big fuzzy hair, dark skin, no idea of what she is wearing and why, don't know how to talk to other people were some of her attributes. Clearly, she felt she is not the most beautiful girl in the room everyone can die for.. But she knew that there is something about her so much more attractive than any of others...

Once I knew this girl who was known by many names in the society. Names that were given to her by different people with different flaws, different habits, and different thoughts. Some were her relatives, some were family members, some were friends, and some were boys having no other logical work to do obviously! They all gave her names as per their amenity. She on the other hand, gathered all of it and tried to do her best with all her vulnerabilities.


I can tell you she wasn't just a normal girl. Yeah yeah she loved to read books, eat cakes n chocolates, dance in bathroom laughing on her own which makes her quite normal. But she wasn't really that of normal. Big fuzzy hair, dark skin, no idea of what she was wearing and why, don't know how to talk to others were some of her attributes. Living like a wallflower wasn't ...

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Role of Mohit Bansal In women empowerment
08. March 2019 at 09:03
by Mohit Bansal Chandigarh
Women are equal to men in every aspect. It is just that both have different bodies and different biological needs. But still she is not provided the environment to speak up about the sexual abuse. Mohit Bansal from Chandigarh is an active socialist who strongly believes in women empowerment. He inspires every women to step out from the shadow of people’ judgement and make choices in the light of their wisdom

Mohit Bansal Chandigarh is an entrepreneur and a renowned photographer from India. Born in 1988, Mohit was into photography from a very early age. He has received a lot of awards throughout his career because of his excellent work. He is often regarded as one of the best photographers in India. From wedding photographs to capturing birthday moments, he does everything related to the photography. Mohit Bansal Chandigarh has worked with famous personalities like Mary Ellen Mark during the start of his career. Apart from photography, he shares a love for nature and wildlife and he often takes photographs of nature as much as he can.



Early Days

Born in ...

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I saw you again
14. February 2019 at 09:00
by Jubilee Floren
Can someone notice a lonely Girl? Don`t lock yourself up in your room, open it and you`ll see the light you`ve been seaking.
I saw you
In the dark room
Doors were closed.

Don`t you have plans
to atleast
open the door?

I guess.
It is just you
Who locks up himself.


Another year has come,
A little sunlight reaches my room.
As the window opens
The wind blows on my face.

Another year has come,
No sunlight reaches my room.
The window no longer be opened
The winds no longer be felt.

Alone again,
Sitting in the corner
Wishing someone
To save me in this room. ...

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International Youth Journal