Speech on Amazing Kitchen Faucet Designs

English_Master June 1, 2014 No Comments
Today I am going to speak about amazing designs of American style kitchen faucets which are really advanced in all sense .There are many kitchen faucet brands available like Moen, Delta, Kohler, Danze  , Grohe, Kraus  and so on. In India , only a few among these brands are available currently. Whenever we design the kitchen, we should take special care in choosing the best as well as the right kitchen faucets for your needs. I recommend you to research your product by reading various kitchen faucet reviews 2014 . Kitchen faucets are available with single handle as well as two handles .Most of the kitchen faucets comes with great design and a soap dispenser. In order to get the best kitchen faucets  of 2014 ,you should take these tips into consideration : Pull down or Pull out Single handle or Two Handles Different forms of stream available or not Its warranty Cost How easily it can be setup Lifetime of the faucet How many holes in your sink Whether it suites your kitchen sink Whether it looks beautiful The above listed are some quick tips you should take care of. There are different types of faucets available and is classified mainly as  Pull out kitchen faucets and Pull down...
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ENEMIES OF HUMANITY Essay Writing Topics

English_Master 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

English_Master 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

English_Master 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 Benefits and Problems of DAMS

English_Master December 7, 2013 No Comments
DAMS – THE LIFE LINE OF A COUNTRY Water management is essential not only for the development but for the very existence of the people. It is because of non realization of this that in many developing countries floods and drought go side by side. In the year 2000 in certain areas of Gujarat water was to be transported by trains while certain areas of Orissa and West Bengal were reeling under floods. In certain areas of Bihar it rains heavily during monsoon. But immediately after the rainy season the farmer finds his fields dry. It just means that it is essential to store the water for future use .One may just be helpless for the floods. But these too can be controlled to some extend if the river is channeled towards big dams. Thus both for future use and for partially checking the floods big dams are necessary. For utilizing the rain water in sloppy areas like that of Bihar small dams are a must. It is rather exulting that while we had only 300 dams in 1947 we have 4300 big and small ones today. Thus the dam consciousness is gaining ground. During the last three centuries water requirement has increased 35 times. The annual consumption now...
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Speech topics on Animal Abuse and Cruelty

English_Master 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 WRITING TOPIC ON HISTORY OF COMPUTER

English_Master December 7, 2013 No Comments
ESSAY ON HISTORY OF COMPUTER Born in the USA in 1931. Computer has come of age. For years it was monopolized by IBMC USA. It was justifying its name it was originally a calculating gadget. As it grew in age the electric circuits and transistors underwent sophisticated formations. The calculators were left for small manufacturers. They dwarfed themselves to the size of a playing card or even smaller to fit in the pockets and purses of students and businessmen. Eighties saw the fifth generation of computers performing different functions. They store information as the human brain does. Like human brain they manipulate, compare and come to decisions. While human brain may take a long time a computer meant for a purpose comes to a conclusion developed jointly by IBM and Harvard University in1944. But it was in February 1946 that the world’s first generation calculator called ENIAC came into existence. It could perform 5000 additions per second. The modern computer is billions of times faster and decisive than human brain. Now computers can be classified as main frame, mini and micro computers. We have trained and specialized in different trades. So have we computers meant for different purposes. One may approach the Astrological Computer; feed it with the qualities...
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Essay on Impacts Of Globalisation in Indian Economy

English_Master 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

English_Master 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

English_Master 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

English_Master 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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Short Essay Writing Topic on AIR POLLUTION

English_Master December 7, 2013 No Comments
Essay Writing on AIR POLLUTION Scientific development in developed countries has gone as fast as population growth in underdeveloped countries. The two factors are equally responsible for pollution of different kinds. Increase in production means increase in factories, mills, petro chemical set ups and huge industrial complexes. Almost all these belch out smoke that pollutes the air inside the complex and of the neighboring area. Many factories manufacture deadly chemicals and fertilizers. The worst tragedy in the chemical industry took place in Bhopal in 1984. 45 tones of Methyl Isocynate(MIC) flew out of the Union Carbide Factory. The air was so polluted that 2500 people died the very day. Lakhs of people within an area of 40 km suffered from ailments of eyes, throat and lungs. Many such cases in small factories where only a few people are affected are never reported. With the increase in population we require more sources of transport. By 1994 more than 2 crore auto vehicles were registered in the country. Delhi was expected to have near about 25 lakh. In Delhi the 21st century begins with about 1 crore. These scooters, mopeds, cars, buses, and trucks increase the quantity of sulphur dioxide, other oxides, hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide in the atmosphere in cities...
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Short Essay Writing on A WEEKLY MARKET DAY

English_Master December 7, 2013 No Comments
A WEEKLY MARKET DAY Don’t rush. Drive slow. See the baby crossing the road, cried my sister. The driver slowed down the jeep. We were on the highway from Ranchi to Raigarh. But now at Patratoli the highway was overflowing with human beings of all ages- men, women, old and young –little children running on the road as if it was the courtyard of their house; and little babies trying to jump out of the laps of their mothers. I had seen weekly markets at different places. But the one at Patratoli- about half a kilometer long –as is a big regular market had come down to the roadside to be at the reach of the Vanvasis. Toys and toys and toys- all indigenous toys of wood, paper machine bamboo and even of stones. A three-wheel walkie for the kid to learn walking-a bird that would whirl in the atmosphere on a string- small wood toys- a whole platoon of soldiers with guns, a complete bands for the occasion of the marriage of your doll. The whole transport system- buses, trains, jeeps, cars, aeroplanes, ships and boats all are there to suit everyone’s pocket. At a little distance you will find an enthusiastic young man exhibiting some mechanized toys...
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A VISIT TO A HISTORICAL MONUMENT- THE TAJ

English_Master December 7, 2013 No Comments
A VISIT TO A HISTORICAL MONUMENT- THE TAJ One has to attune one’s mind while passing from spiritual faith to mortal love. Holy Haridwar and Rhishikesh, the abodes of Saints were left miles and miles behind. I was sailing on the clouds of fancy. My soul was pining to see the monument that has immortalized the love between Shajahan and Mumtaz Beghum. My impatience changed into curiosity when I came across the board ‘Taj View’. On the other side of the Jamuna the ‘Dream in Marble’ appeared at a distance and was gone in a minute. An hour and we would be face to face with this seventeenth century monument. Entering the huge red stone gate you reach a platform, and the whole panorama of Taj complex is before you. A few stairs down-the canal leads you to the glamorous building. It is flanked by Cyprus trees. There are fountains in the middle. But they do no sprout as those of the Vrindavan Gardens do. They are the serene symbols of a tomb. The Taj stands on a raised platform. The octagonal shining white building has a perfect symmetry. In the big hall Shajahan enjoys eternal sleep with his wife Mumtaz. The two graves are surrounded with a beautiful...
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Essay Writing on THE GUJARAT EARTHQUAKE

English_Master December 7, 2013 No Comments
A GREAT NATURAL CALAMITY ‘THE GUJARAT EARTHQUAKE’ “Saare jahan se accha” was silenced within a moment. There was no hue and cry – just a rumbling – the earth shook violently devouring 400 girls and boys who were marching towards the Town Hall in Anjar at 8.46 to celebrate the Republic Day on 26th January 2001 – The first Republic Day of the millennium. It was a festive occasion. There was fun, enjoyment, a general sense of well being and patriotism in the town. Students led the rally with teachers from various schools happily following them. Old men, young men, women and traders waved at the rally. Within a second all perished –three generations were under the huge debris. Three storied houses fell like nine pins. There was none to save the young ones – the blooming flowers of the nation. Nature offered them a mass grave- buried them with parents of many. The whole town of anjar 50 kms from Bhuj having a population of 65,000 known for its vegetable dyes and knives was now a mass grave. No house was served from the fury of nature. The death toll was estimated not less than 25,000.Even after the fifth day at least 1,000 people lay buried under the...
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