Essay topics on life in a big city

ESSAY TOPICS ON LIFE IN A BIG CITY

Jose John October 5, 2014 No Comments
LIFE IN A BIG CITY Life in a big city is full of fun and frolic, full of hazards and full of dullness too. For many it is rather a hell. The people living on the sea beaches in Mumbai and Chennai in the palacious buildings in Anna Salai or in the posh South Delhi are enjoy all the facilities as they are rich. They have their own means of transport. The bungalows or the palacious flats have all the facilities of electric appliances, computerized systems, and latest gadgets for the housewife and electronic toys for the children. They control big industries and business houses. They have the satisfaction of controlling the fate of thousands of people working in their establishments. Of course they are big producers too and can be proud of increasing the national wealth. They are close to political leaders. They can influence them. In some countries, including India, these preferential people own the media too. The big cities move and guide the politics throughout the country influencing even the democratic process through money power. For the middle classes too who can afford to rub shoulders with people in the massive transport system a big city satisfies their needs quite reasonably. They enjoy the professional and...
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Essay on Mothers Day for school students

ESSAY WRITING : MOTHER IS THE BEST TEACHER

Jose John September 12, 2014 No Comments
MOTHER IS THE BEST TEACHER Child is just a monkey aping the ones close to it. It is through this imitation that the baby starts learning. The nearest to the babe is the mother. The child unconsciously copies all the good or bad triats of the mother. If the mother scolds others the child is apt to do the same. If the mother is kind and affectionate the child too acquires these qualities. A child totally depends upon the mother. She is its first teacher. The father and the school teacher are the latter entries. No mother would like her son or daughter turn rust or evil. She pays attention to its child to make it an ideal son or daughter according to her ability and capability. It has been seen that the son of an uncultured, illiterate mother remains uncultured, rough and careless throughout his life. There is a story that a dacoit was to be hanged for the murders he had committed. As his last wish he wanted to see his mother. The wish was fulfilled. When his mother embraced him he cut her nose. The jailor was astonished. But the dacoit said,” Sir this is the woman who instigated me to commit crimes by keeping all...
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Short Essay on India in my dream

Short Essay on INDIA OF MY DREAM

Jose John August 12, 2014 No Comments
INDIA OF MY DREAM “Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high; Where knowledge is free; Where the world has not been broken up into Fragments by narrow domestic walls; Where words come out from the depth of truth; Where tireless striving stretches its Arms towards perfection ………………………………………………………………… Into that heaven of freedom, my Father, let my country awake”. That was the dream of Tagore. It has been lost as the world has been rushing fast towards materialism; India of my dreams is an admixture of the virtues of the past and the realities of the present. I would not like the nation to do away with the valor of Rani Chenamma, Rani Laxmibai, Shivaji and Maharana Pratap. They represent the aggressive spirit of the people who fought against foreigners for centuries. But the foreigners ruled over the country for a long time. People became submissive. They lost their honor. It is to be revived. The people of India should have a confidence that they can stand on their own. They have not to depend on other countries for anything. The heroes and heroines of the past glorified the country with their bravery. The misguided leadership is throwing the country into the arms of multinational...
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new speech topics on Incredible India - India in Space

Short Essay on INDIA IN SPACE

Jose John August 12, 2014 No Comments
INDIA IN SPACE – Essay Writing Many countries have been trying to establish their superiority in the space. Some want at least their presence felt. The history of space programmes of the progressive countries has been a Chequered one. It has been rather a part of the cold war between two big powers – the erstwhile USSR and USA. The space becomes a store house of the nuclear arsenal of the west. With the disintegration of the former USSR the things have changed everywhere. India’s concern for peaceful ventures in the space has become relevant. For the common man in this country space is associated with the name of Sq.Ldr.Rakesh Sharma, the only Indian so far to visit the space abroad Soyuz T-11 of Soviet Union on April 5, 1984.It was a short journey fulfilling the ambition of India to have an astronaut. It was actually no achievement for India – a mere lift given by a space traveler to an Indian too. India has not yet enjoyed the luxury of having a space ship of her own. We cannot afford the high cost. Moreover it has no utility for a country that has been in favor of programmes for peace. Indian scientists and state man did not want...
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essay on Importance of sports and games

SHORT ESSAY ON IMPORTANCE OF SPORTS AND GAMES

Jose John August 6, 2014 No Comments
IMPORTANCE OF SPORTS AND GAMES Games and sports symbolize the youth of the nation. They keep the nation young as they keep the people young. A drowsy inactive nation seldom makes a mark anywhere in the world. The intellectual growth of a nation too depends upon its physical health. Olympics of course are the mirror of the joy derived from physical competition. How much physically fit we are and how much joy we derived from the games and sports have been reflected in the Olympics for the last so many years. India has cut a sorry figure. Besides building health of the nation games give a sense of cooperation to the people. We call it team spirit. Leaving Tennis and Badminton most of the games have a team of 6 to 11 members. In Football, Hockey, Volleyball, even in Kabaddi if the team members do not cooperate they lose the game. The best game is one in which the ball is passed from player to player. Victory is a combined affair not an individual one. That is why most of the people in India try to develop their own personality. The sense of cooperation lacks. The games inculcate in us a sense of sportsmanship. We enjoy the victory of...
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essay on my favourite game

Short Essay on My Favourite Games

Jose John August 6, 2014 No Comments
MY FAVOURITE GAMES (or) GAMES I LIKE THE MOST I had a fancy for some of the games played in developed countries and dreams of creating records in the international jamborees of Asian, Commonwealth and Olympic games. But the dream was smashed to pieces after the Sydney Olympics of 2000- the first in the new millennium. The fancy for cricket was already over by the match fixing scam. It is all the result of copying the West in all spheres. So that my imaginative faculty does not get blurred my mind came back to my homeland where the sum of civilization rose seven thousand years back. So far as our games are concerned we have an egalitarian approach. Our games, in the past, were played by the rich and the poor alike. The most common game played in all the states of our country is kabaddi or TuTu. It has different names in different areas. But I have seen it being played everywhere. I like it the most as it is based in the spirit of cooperation of the whole team. If the opponent comes to say kabaddi all the six members of the team catch hold of one another’s hand making a chain so that once caught the...
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DEFORESTATION CAUSES EFFECTS

Jose John July 28, 2014 No Comments
ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION THROUGH DEFORESTATION There was Kudos for the conscientious people of Kerala when they initiated the programme of ‘Smrithivanam’ in the early nineties. They started planting trees in memory of the dead. It is a living graveyard helping the ecology to improve. Even an ordinary man knows that forests invite water laid clouds, provide timber, are a source of nitrogenous manure, preserve soil from erosion, suck the subterranean water and provide shade and safety to small plants. Forests have also been providing a number of fruits including pine apple, coconut and charauli. They have now come under regular plantation. It is because of the absence of trees in Rajasthan is more or less a desert area. Still people, contractors and even government have been denuding forests. The Chipko movement of Uttar Kashi and Almora and Apiko movement of Kanara in Karnataka have not stopped killing the benevolent creation of nature that saves environment. The denudation of hill forests in Doon Valley in UP, Shimla in Himachal Pradesh, Mahabaleshwar in Maharashtra and Mahendragiri in the South have brought havoc in these areas. The trees are felled for commercial mining and in the name of tourism. Vast areas in Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh have been brought under cultivation after...
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ENEMIES OF HUMANITY Essay Writing Topics

Jose John April 14, 2014 1 Comment
Humanity is the superb state of man in the society. The long history of man from the barbaric age to the present sophisticated society is a history of the suppression of evil wishes and actions. It is a long record of how man has developed an international outlook of brotherhood and has established a cultural society. In the distant past man thought of himself alone. He wanted his supremacy over others. It changed into a group consciousness. Again the individual consciousness was there. Both of these were opposed by others and there were wars. Barbarism again took hold of man. All those who waged wars have been the greatest enemies of humanity from the days of Rawan and Duryodhan to the present one of Hitler and Mussolini. Krinvanto Vishwamaryam i.e. making all the people in the universe good has been the aim of the sages in India for thousands of years. They aimed at the development of humanity. The people should be kind to and sympathetic towards the needy. There should be peace and tranquility. There are the outward symbols of humanity. A number of politicians grew into dictators under the grab of an ideology. Stalin became a dictator under the grab of Communism. He and his cohorts in...
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SPEECH TOPICS ON LIFE WITHOUT ELECTRICITY

Jose John December 7, 2013 No Comments
ELECTRICITY IN THE SERVICE OF MAN One just can’t think of a world without electricity. It changes night into day in metropolitan cities in India and even small towns in the USA. We have multistoried buildings for officers and residence where electric light, heating system and cooling plants work day and night. It is only through electricity that it is possible. One is not expected to climb the stairs for eighty or even fifteen storey. The access is possible only through electricity run lift. They are an essential part of hospitals. The last decade of the 20th century is an age of man power through computers in Banks, Offices, Insurance companies and the maintenance of accounts everywhere. There are different types of electronic gadgets and sophisticated plants for production. All of them require electricity for their functioning. Video games are fast replacing the conventional indoor games. Almost all the sources of entertainment from a small radio set to huge carnivals requires electricity. Electricity serves man in two most important sectors- health and food. The farmer doesn’t wait for the rains now. He taps the underground water. Electricity comes to his aid and provides him with water any time of the year through tube-wells. Electricity helps the farmers in food...
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ESSAY ON IMPACT OF PRIVATIZATION ON ECONOMIC GROWTH

Jose John December 7, 2013 No Comments
ESSAY ON DENATIONALIZATION OR PRIVATIZATION The myth of socialist economy of nationalization has been exploded. Some of the critics of nationalization called it state capitalism. But by the end of 1990 it was realized by the people of East European countries which were the breeding ground of communism that it was a hand maid of bureaucrats, dictators and generals in the armed forces. The proletariat and the common man reaped no benefits from the system. The nationalized industry, agriculture and financial institutions, provided funds for the well placed authority in the Communist countries. They replaced the feudal lords in enjoying comforts and luxuries. The common man remained where he was. He revolted against the political system as it starved him through economic mismanagement. After 70 years he dug the grave and buried it forever in Soviet Russia where it was born. The journey of Marxist concept from the land of Lenin and Stalin to the third world democratic countries was also dangerous. In USSR and East European countries people could not form trade unions. In India, the biggest democracy of the world, it is their fundamental right. In communist countries it provided luxurious life to fifty per cent of the people in the Imperial army and the bureaucratic bosses....
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Speech topics on Animal Abuse and Cruelty

Jose John December 7, 2013 No Comments
SPEECH ON CRUELTY TO ANIMALS ‘Bigger fish eats the smaller one’ – quite a natural phenomenon. That is how nature keeps the balance in the world of animals .The fish eats the other fish or a tiger eats its prey is killing instantaneously – the game is over within minutes. So does the whole world of non vegetarian world of human beings. One animal satisfies the immediate need of hunger of the other.  Neither the animal nor the man resorts to torture. They just kill and consume – may not be of course to the liking of many who would worship and feed monkeys and cows. But torturing animals’ foe the so called safety of human beings is rather horrible and hateful. In the late eighties an Indian was demonstrating the skill of his bear in ‘Festival of India’ in Germany. Members of a humanist group caught hold of the man and he was sent back to India. It was not the skill of the animal but the brute torture meted to him that compelled the bear to demonstrate. It was a case of slow torture throughout the life of the bear. If there is fierce atomic invasion it may finish the whole life in no time. Even if...
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Essay on Impacts Of Globalisation in Indian Economy

Jose John December 7, 2013 No Comments
Essay on Impacts Of Globalisation in Indian Economy BE INDIAN BUY INDIAN The invasion of multinational companies is a great challenge to the Indian entrepreneur. He is in a fix. He has praised the government policy. By liberalizing different spheres the government would lose its hold over the public sector. If this loss making nationalized sector loses its importance it will fall like the house of cards. The Indian industrialist is trying to seek an opportunity. As soon as the government is obliged to dispose of the assets of nationalized concerns Indian Companies would like to purchase them. The industrialist may be allowed to start their own concerns in competition with the nationalized ones. It has already been done in the supply of LPG in certain areas. It is our duty, as Indians to back these Indian enterprises so that the MNCs may not have a hold over our economy. It is rather unfortunate that the Indian producer in the Cottage industry sector is losing ground. Under the liberalization policy the government has allowed the Multi-national companies to start their production or business. Now they are allowed to have 100% investment. They do not require the Indian investment. It means the whole profit goes to them. The MNCs have...
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NEW SPEECH TOPICS ON BANKING SYSTEM IN INDIA

Jose John December 7, 2013 No Comments
ESSAY ON BANKING SYSTEM IN INDIA A harrowing experience of three quarters of a century has shown that overdosing of nationalization arrests the growth of economy drastically. It gives rise to a monopolistic regime of a few bureaucratic and administrative elites who turn the economic monopoly into political hegemony- all in the name of not merely socialism or communism but in the myth of social welfare. A retrieve becomes difficult. The stunted growth is naturally reflected in the relief of a few at the cost of the rest who are honored with the name of proletariats. That is what the people of East European countries including the State of former USSR realized in early nineties. They did away with the mantle of communism. But to shift from close economy to the free market economy was rather painful. It will take time to adapt to the changing world scenario. J.V.Shetty, a great protagonist of Bank nationalization has given a fascinating picture of the achievements of banks during their tenure of 25 years. According to him the Gross Domestic Savings as a percentage of GDP jumped from 15% to 24.3 % in the 1969-70 to 1991-92 periods. It shows a growth of 9.7 % in 22 years. Aggregate bank deposits raised...
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Essay writing Topics on AUTOMOBILE POLLUTION / AIR POLLUTION

Jose John December 7, 2013 No Comments
IMPACTS OF AUTOMOBILE POLLUTION Before 1970 air and water pollution were considered serious problems. Noise and nuclear pollutions were added to these too – and ozone too. The smog that reduced the visibility in Malaysia and Mexico City and later the smog that engulfed the Los Angeles Valley in California in 1970 compelled the world to rise from the slumber. This photochemical smog was caused by the automobiles emitting different gases. Formerly only carbon dioxide was considered as the culprit. Carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides were added to the list. Scientifically it was proved that the problem was severe as the sum of these three pollutants can create havoc. That is what we are observing throughout the world as automobiles are considered the most convenient source of travel. In 1999 the numbers of vehicles in India were estimated at 35 million. It was expected to be 53 million by the end of 2000.3.6 million vehicles are produced per year. The older vehicles emit more gases. This damage can hardly be rectified. In a few decades India may become not only a super vehicular country in the world but a super vehicle polluted country too. We have generally been talking about the levels and density of air pollution by...
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Short Essay Writing Topics on An Ideal Family

Jose John December 7, 2013 No Comments
AN IDEAL FAMILY Because of the influence of European civilization joint family system has been looked down upon by the educated elite in India. The younger group in the society is fast growing materialistic and considers the old moral values as stale and unhealthy. Materialism brings in the natural phenomenon of selfishness. In the male dominated society the greatest casualty is women. It is rather strange that although generation gap is more prominent in India yet in tormenting women folk the two generations join hands. It all distorts the amiable atmosphere of a family. In European countries women, after centuries of exploitation have started playing a different role. As “the institution of marriage is on the decline and divorce on the increase” a large number of women in Europe have started living alone. They avoid matrimony. They feel that they can have the responsibility of motherhood alone –even outside marriage. Single motherhood is replacing two parent families. Births without marriage show that many couples reject the traditional values. They live together, have children but do not believe in nuptial ties. By now it was the male who dominated the society. But now women have taken to wings. Having children is a natural course for women. But having husbands is...
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