Buy Essay Papers: 6 Types of Students Who Use This Option

English_Master November 17, 2017 No Comments
Do not know if it is a good idea to buy essay papers from writing services? A lot of students have already tried this option. Learn 6 types of clients who turn to these services. Do you belong to one of them? 6 Types of Students Who Buy Essay Papers Online It’s widely known that students buy essay papers from online services. Some students are hesitant because they don’t want to be “that” student. However, many types of students hire writing services! Below is a list of the types of students who usually turn to WritePro.net; as this is a service I often deal with. 1. Full-Time Employees Some students are full-time workers and have to work 40+ hours a week on other responsibilities. This does not leave much time to do classwork or actually sit in a classroom; much less write paper after paper. Students who spend most of their week at work can quickly become overwhelmed with assignments and have to turn to writing services for help. This isn’t so bad as it may be easier to pay for these services from time to time. 2. Part-Time Workers Another type of student that turns to buying papers is part-time workers. Part-time schedules are often inconsistent and take...
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OZONE LAYER DEPLETION: A DANGER TO OUR ENVIRONMENT: Essay

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OZONE LAYER DEPLETION: A DANGER TO OUR ENVIRONMENT Definition Ozone is the layer of colourless gas that forms a protective covering in the Earth’s upper atmosphere. Ozone is formed when oxygen molecules absorb ultraviolet photons and undergo a chemical reaction known as photo dissociation or photolysis, where a single molecule of oxygen breaks down to two oxygen atoms. The ozone molecules, in turn, absorb ultraviolet rays between 310 to 200 nm wavelengths and thereby prevent these harmful radiations from entering the Earth’s atmosphere. In the process, ozone molecules split up into a molecule of oxygen and an oxygen atom. The oxygen atom (O) again combines with the oxygen molecule (O2) to regenerate an ozone molecule (O3). Thus, the total amount of ozone is maintained by this continuous process of destruction and regeneration. Ozone layer depletion first captured the attention of the whole world in the later half of 1970 and since then, many discussions and researches have been carried out to find out the possible effects and the causes of ozone depletion. Many studies have also been directed to find out a possible solution. Causes of Ozone Depletion The cause of ozone depletion is the increase in the level of free radicals such as hydroxyl radicals, nitric oxide radicals...
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POPULATION EXPLOSION AND ITS SOLUTION: Essay Writing

English_Master June 6, 2016 No Comments
POPULATION EXPLOSION AND ITS SOLUTION The bomb of population is about to explode unless we adopt the norms of a small and planned family. Not only in India but also in the whole world, population is increasing at a faster rate than ever before, therefore the need of family planning is being felt urgently by all the governments of the world. The pace of the growth of population is so fast that all other plans fail. Production of goods falls short of demand that is ever on the increase. To control the increasing population, a second planning and effective measures are necessary. We hear of deaths by starvation. Such deaths are becoming common day by day. The poor Indians cannot afford to bring up their children into healthy citizens unless there is much to feed them. But only health is not going to turn them up into good citizens if good opportunities of education are not offered to them. No parents in the whole world like to have unhealthy and illiterate children. Thus it is the duty of all us to realize the gravity of situation right now and adopt speedy measures to control the population. ‘Force is met with force’ is a natural law. So strong action either...
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PORTRAIT OF THE INDIAN POLITICIAN: Essay

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PORTRAIT OF THE INDIAN POLITICIAN Politics is much too complex a phenomenon for anyone to think of it or describe it in straight lines, and since the vast and ever-growing tribe of politicians practices this art; they too seldom act or plan straight. They are not what they seem, and they seem what they are not. Jawaharlal Nehru was himself a politician; apart of course from being a great has statesman, thinker, philosopher and a man of letters. But he was frank enough to concede that politicians usually hide their real reasons and the talk pompously of religion, justice, the truth arid the like. And still the great majority of the people are taken in by the soft, deceptive talk of politicians. No wonder, this tribe generally proves a roaring success in; today’s gullible India, where the vast majority of the masses are illiterate and highly credulous. The typical Indian politician is a man without principles and without scrapples of any kind; he is an opportunist par excellence. He changes his colours like the chameleon. Loyalty, sincerity and honesty are as far removed from him as the earth is from the sky. It is true that a politician has to deal with human beings and not with stones and steel;...
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PRACTICE MAKES A MAN PERFECTS: Essay Topics

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PRACTICE MAKES A MAN PERFECTS Nature in its various forms is perfection in itself. Man or any living being is an entity of this nature where life strives hard to attain or fetch its livelihood. Man has his own means to meet the ends of livelihood. Ends are usually defined as goals in materialist and spiritual form. Materialistic ends like food, clothing and shelter require means like earning money. Spiritual ends are perfection of human qualities, which reflects human nature. To meet these spiritual ends, man needs practice as means. Practice, can be defined as taming one’s mind soul and body to certain activities uniformly aimed at achieving certain requirement more smoothly and satisfactorily. This universal satisfaction in certain achievement can be defined as perfection. Human attributes like faith, determination, confidence and emotions when complemented with practice lead to perfection when we speak of determination as a human quality. Our memory dates back to mythological era where we learn about the resolute determination of Eklavya who was denied education by Droncharya. In spite of racial discrimination and denial of education his determination made him to learn in front of his master’s idol and this determination complemented with years of practice made him one of the most skillful in the...
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PROBLEMS OF MODERN YOUTH: Essay Writing

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PROBLEMS OF MODERN YOUTH It has been rightly said that we spend the first half of our lives trying to understand the older generation, and the second half trying to understand the younger generation. This is nothing peculiar to the modem age. It has always been so. Every age has its own problems. Youth has always felt somewhat exasperated with age, and age has always been suspicious of youth. With their natural ebullience and impatience, a majority of young people is keen to act and learn on their own rather than be guided by the experience of their elders. The older people, being more at home with words rather than with action, often make noises about the problems of youth. In every generation, old men are found shaking their hoary heads and waxing nostalgic about the good old days when young people knew better and showed due reverence to age and tradition. In all ages, whenever they have pondered over the ways of youth, they have foreseen nothing but ruination staring the world in its face. And yet the world goes on. Every generation passes from the spontaneity and exuberance of youth to the caution and prudence of old age, and then yields place to the next. Some of...
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PROHIBITION-ITS IMPACT ON OUR SOCIETY: Essay

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PROHIBITION-ITS IMPACT ON OUR SOCIETY “Drinking is a curse. A nation, addicted to drinking has its future completely doomed. A Government that fattens its purse by selling alcoholic drinks to its people makes prostitution of its sacred function, of making its people morally better and spiritually elevated. A nation of drunkards is a morally and spiritually dwarfed section of humanity.” Indeed, drinking has all along been the worst misfortune that has ever befallen mankind. It has been a damned curse which is responsible for the utter ruin of many a nation. The great Roman Empire, the mighty Mughal Empire and many others had been cast into oblivion of sheer degeneration under destructive and damaging impact of drinking. In almost all the religions of the world—Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Buddhism—drinking has been condemned as a sin. According to Islam, a drunkard has no place in Paradise and that his place would be in the worst part of Hell, where he would be cast into eternal fire of torture. He can never expect to be forgiven by God. Prohibition implies banning of alcoholic drinks. It was first introduced in America in 1923 but due to certain unavoidable reasons it failed completely. Then, it was experimented in China, where the Government laid special...
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Essay Writing about PURSUING A VISION OF A NEW UNITED NATIONS

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PURSUING A VISION OF A NEW UNITED NATIONS Sixty long years after the end of the Second World War and the founding of the United Nations Organization, the world has changed beyond recognition. Several countries in Asia and Africa, long yoked to colonial rule, have attained independence. The balance of power between the US and erstwhile USSR has become part of history and even the Cold War has become a thing of the past. Countries that refused to be sucked into the vortex of cold war politics kick started the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) with the initiative of great leaders like Jawaharlal Nehru, Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt, President Sukarno of Indonesia, Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana and Chou-en-Lai of China. Even NAM itself looked redundant after the end of the Cold War and the collapse of the USSR displaced by a weak and disintegrating Commonwealth of Independent States, with many a state breaking away from the union headed by Russia. The Iron Curtain no longer exists. Most of the East European countries have thrown off the yoke of the Russian hegemony. The Berlin Wall was pulled down paving the way for the merger of East Germany and West Germany. The very powers that took the initiative in forming the United...
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Essay Writing Topics about RAKSHA BANDHAN

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RAKSHA BANDHAN This is a festival of importance for Hindus. A vow to protect the right and justice in the society is taken on this festival day. The festival falls on the full-moon day in the month of Shrawan by Hindu calender and in the month of August according to English calendar. Rains cool the atmosphere. Moon light provides a pleasant and peaceful environment. In the times gone by Brahmins, sages and seers who were meek physically but mentally strong were always in need of protection from the physical danger. Kshatriyas were, the protectors of the whole society. They were always ready to use their sword in protection of the weak and wise. Gurus, well red Brahmins and men of hermitages used to tie a holy thread on the wrists of kings, brave and strong men. This thread, tied by the learned people, is a symbol of blessing and vow to their life and safety. This thread always reminded the kings and the brave to protect those who tied it on their wrists. It functioned as a safety shield, gave them strength and inspired to protect weak and uphold right and justice in the society. At present the Pundits and Purohits tie on the wrists of nobles rich and...
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Essay about POLLUTION: NEED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSCIOUSNESS

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POLLUTION: NEED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSCIOUSNESS The unsustainable life styles and consumption patterns of the industrialized countries have led to the worst environmental degradation. As far back as in 1992, Earth Summit at Rio de Janiero highlighted the facts adding that poverty is the main setback in controlling and reforming of the environmental pollution for the poor and developing countries. It called for a global partnership for environmental protection. Agenda 21 adopted at Reo de janiero addressed the pressing problems of the day with over 2500 recommendations for action in social and economic areas, such as combating poverty, changing patterns of production and consumption, conserving and managing natural resources, protecting the atmosphere, oceans and bio-diversity preventing deforestation and protecting sustainable agriculture. The major problems of the environment are recognized as global climatic change, ozone depletion, water and air pollutions, deforestation and resources degradation. 23 billion tones of carbon dioxide are released in the air by burning fossil fuels causing Greenhouse effect. The Greenhouse gases are mainly contributed by the industrialized nations. By the middle of 21st century, earth’s temperature at present level of heat emission would go up by one to three degree Celsius and the sea level would rise between 30 to 100 centimeters. India has witnessed alarming environmental...
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IMPORTANCE OF PROPAGANDA IN MODERN LIFE: Essay

English_Master June 4, 2016 No Comments
IMPORTANCE OF PROPAGANDA IN MODERN LIFE The word “propaganda” came to be introduced into the English language with the formation of Congregation de propaganda fide (Congregation for the propagation of the faith), an organization set up in the beginning of the seventeenth century by the Roman Catholic Church. But even though the term is of a comparatively modern origin, practice of what it denotes is as old as humanity itself, and has grown more and more refined and sophisticated as means of mass communication have improved and developed. Kautilya, the famous Indian exponent of statecraft, discussing the use of mass communications for military purposes, says in Arthashastra “Astrologers and other followers of the king should infuse spirit into the army by pointing out the impregnable nature of the array of his army; secret agents should circulate among the enemy, spreading rumours of their certain defeat.” Before him, a Chinese tactician discussing the art of war had said, “In night fighting beacons and drums are largely used; in day-fighting a great number of banners and flags and the enemy’s eyes and ears are confounded.” All this is a far cry from the insidious means of psychological warfare warring States in our times bring into use against one another. The basic...
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INDIA AND PAKISTAN RELATIONS: Essay Topics

English_Master June 4, 2016 No Comments
INDIA AND PAKISTAN RELATIONS The divide and rule policy of the British resulted in the partition of the country into India and Pakistan in 1947. Relations between the two countries have remained strained ever since. The ceasefire Agreement that was reached through the mediation of the United Nations established the ceasefire line. In 1965 and later in 1971, Pakistan attacked India but on both the occasions, it was defeated. The territorial gains made in these wars were aborted for empty promises of establishing peace and tranquility in the region, at the Tashkand Summit and by the Shimla Agreement. The Shimla Agreement bound the two countries not to resort to force for the settlement of the Kashmir dispute and termed the ceasefire line as the Line of control (LOG) distrust between the two countries persisted because Pakistan continued to amass weapons of mass destruction and nuclear warheads in its arsenal. Simultaneously, it sent armed militants to Punjab and Kashmir for abetting violence and has also remained a subject of dispute between the two countries. Talks over a “no-war-act” were put across to Pakistan by Pt. Nehru in 1948 and pursued by successive Prime Ministers which till date have yielded no result. The two countries gained the reputation of being nuclear...
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GUJARAT EARTHQUAKE AND AFTERMATH: Essay Writing

English_Master June 4, 2016 No Comments
GUJARAT EARTHQUAKE AND AFTERMATH It was the worst natural calamity that independent India has ever seen with unfathomable human misery and destruction all around as one of the most progressive States of India, Gujarat was hit by a massive earthquake, on Jan. 26,2001, part of the Ahmedabad and most of the towns and villages in the Kutch District were razed to the ground. High-rise buildings collapsed like a pack o cards trapping upon hundreds over thousands of people, with a few lucky ones scrambling to safety and a few rescued by civilians, defence service personnel and relief personnel from foreign countries. The number of dead is said to be more man 35,000, but one would never know the exact number as few can estimate as to how many lay dead under the collapsed concrete structure. At least one Indian leader made a guess that the dead could be in the range of 1,00,000 and nobody has challenged him, for everybody knew that not all the bodies could be recovered and the number of injured must be running into lakhs. The entire country and the world rose like a one man to extent a helping hand to all those affected by the gruesome tragedy. Relief supplies came by road, by...
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Essay about GOVERNORS NO LONGER ROLE MODELS

English_Master June 4, 2016 No Comments
GOVERNORS NO LONGER ROLE MODELS A Supreme Court bench, comprising Mr. Justice Y.K. Sabharwal, Mr.  Justice K. G. Balakrishnan, Mr. Justice B.N. Aggarwal, Mr. Justice Ashok Bhan and Mr. Justice Arijit Pasayat, pronounced, a landmark interim judgment on October 7, 2005 about the unconstitutionality of the May 23,2005 Presidential Proclamation leading to the dissolution of the Bihar Assembly. The judgment marks yet another watershed in constitution history of India in that the unabashed politically ulterior motives at the Centre and the States took precedence over constitutional propriety both at the Centre and the States in the Bihar case. The verdict of the apex court brings into sharp focus the Governor’s role in the politics’ hard- headed reality, totally removed from what the Constitution has provided. Can a Governor of a State govern according to the rule book? TM his survival depends on his playing a second fiddle to the whims of to party in power at the Centre is known to every incumbent in the Raj Bhavan This is familiar with everyone accommodated in the gubernatorial post-be he a failed politician or a retired IAS officer, an IPS  official or a retire Senior Army official. That a Governor should act as a real constitutional head, as provided in the...
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Essay Writing Topics about HEALTH: LET’S START FROM OUR CHILDREN

English_Master June 4, 2016 No Comments
HEALTH: LET’S START FROM OUR CHILDREN Human resources of a nation are its biggest capital and when we talk of human resources, we have to lay greater emphasis on moulding our young human resources, children. No nation can progress on any front by neglecting its children. Children are the nation’s future. A sizeable percentage of our population is children and we cannot afford to neglect them at any cost. Women and children constitute the most vulnerable sections of our society and they need the special care of the state. The health and nutrition of children is invariably linked to poverty; in other words, poverty deprives poor children of their right to survival, right to food and nutrition and proper medical care. Maharashtra is a comparatively progress State and around 160 km from India’s proud financial capital, Mumbai, is Thane district, a predominantly tribal belt with hilly terrain, poor soil, lack of irrigation and rampant unemployment, an ideal home of hundreds of severely malnourished children. As many as 1,100 children in the age-group 0-6 died in Thane district between April 2005 and March 2006. Government denies it, but the region has witnessed chronic malnutrition. The greatest disease of the region is poverty that spawns anemic mothers-to-be who give birth to...
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