ENEMIES OF HUMANITY Essay Writing Topics

English_Master April 14, 2014 No Comments
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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Short Essay Writing Topics on ‘Drug Abuse’

English_Master May 23, 2013 No Comments
Speech on ‘Drug Abuse’ Drug Abuse is one of the banes of modern society. It has hit all regions and all sections of our society. It is found in rural and urban areas, among poor and the rich, among the men and women. But it is most overwhelmingly practiced by young boys and girls in hostels in almost all educational and technical institution. Drug abuse is there in almost all the countries of the world. India is more vehemently a transit country as it is situated between the Golden Triangle comprising Thailand, Burma and Cambodia and Golden Crescent comprising Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran where most of the drugs, particularly opium and heroin are produced. Pakistan is the main centre of the world as far as the production of these drugs is concerned, and a large number of drugs pass through India to reach other countries. This takes place through drug mafia who has further links with formidable terrorists and smugglers. And in the process, many young man and women in our own country too fall victims to this diabolical habit. Pakistan, through its ISI, is indulging in a proxy war in Kashmir against India with the help of money earned through this drug mafia. Thus drugs and terrorism have...
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essay on democracy in india

New speech Topics on the Future of Democracy in India

English_Master May 23, 2013 No Comments
Future of Democracy in India India is said to be the largest democracy in the world. Every citizen in India, who is above 18 years, has the right to vote. There are clearly defined areas of legislature, executive and judiciary in India. India has a directly elected Prime Minister, other ministers and legislators. There is a Panchayati Raj in the rural areas. In spite of all this, it cannot be said categorically that democracy is really a success in India. According to the former Chief Election Commissioner, Lyngdoh, not even a single politician in India is committed to democracy. In his opinion, the zamindari system in essence still continues in India. The elected representatives take the five year period for which they are elected as lease for fiefdom in which they can do whatever they like and this exactly is what we see today in India. If we take the pre-retrial remarks of Mr. Lyngdoh seriously, we’d have to infer that real democracy is still to take roots in India. The Indian democracy is endangered from several angles. There are so many communal forces in our country. The politicians and the bureaucrats are all by and large models of corruption. In spite of all the efforts of the Election...
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Short Essay on the Problem of Unemployment In India

English_Master May 23, 2013 No Comments
Problem of Unemployment In India Our country is said to be progressing by leaps and bounds in the matter of economy. But this progress is so lopsided that the net result has been the sharp increase in the number of the unemployed people. Our universities are producing so many graduates all of whom the industry and other institutions cannot absorb. Many young people who can afford are trying to find jobs overseas. That also results in brain drain on a colossal scale. There should be some planning in the matter of producing skilled and highly qualified graduates and post-graduates in various disciplines. It should be correlated to the necessity or possibility of job creation. It is now almost certain that agriculture in our country is not able to absorb many more workers, skilled or others. The main remedy lies in rapid industrialization. It is heartening to note that many new courses are being started by our universities and other institutions like IITs, ITIs, etc. Another positive factor is the large number of scientifically skilled people in our country who have the capacity and capability to absorb and grasp all the new research that is being made in various fields in the world. However, the unemployed people want concrete results...
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Speech Topics on ‘Problem of Child Labor in India’

English_Master May 23, 2013 No Comments
Problem of Child Labor in India Child labour is a major problem in India. It is a great challenge that the country is facing. The prevalence of it is evident by the child work participation rates which are higher in India than in other developing countries. Estimates cite figures of child labour between 60 and 115 million working children in India, the highest number in the world (Human Rights Watch, 1996). It is basically rooted in poverty. It is poverty that forces a child to earn money to support his family. Though it is prevalent in the whole of the country, the problem is acute in socio- economically weaker States like UP, Bihar, Orissa, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh and North-Eastern States. Besides poverty, lack of education, and accessible sources of credit forces poor parents to engage their children as child labour. The big challenge for India, as a developing country is to provide nutrition, education and health care to these children. There are more children under the age of fourteen in India than the entire population of the United States. Over 85 per cent of this child labour is in the country’s rural areas, working in agricultural activities, such as farming, livestock rearing, forestry and fisheries. This labour...
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New Speech Topics Essay on ‘Human Rights Protection’

English_Master May 23, 2013 No Comments
Human Rights Protection Human rights are the rights that we possess as human beings- right to live, liberty and human dignity. Protection of human rights, indicated by the Human Rights Index is a measure of a country’s status or level of development. Protection of human rights is of prime importance because they are the basic rights to be enjoyed by every human being. The issues relating to human rights’ violations not only pertain to humans in general but also specific vulnerable sections like women, children, bonded labourers, persons with disability and refugees. The violation of human rights can be studied in two different perspectives, i.e. during normal circumstances, and during special situations like war. Under normal circumstances the human rights remain, more or less, secure and there are little violations. The citizens have the right to criminal justice and freedom from arbitrary detention and punishment. Emphasis on the aspect of human rights has been laid down by many articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The detention itself may be preventive or punitive. In India, it has been recognised since long that the history of honour of human rights in this field is largely the achievement of the observance...
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School Essay Writing Topics on India’s Historical Monuments

English_Master May 23, 2013 No Comments
India’s Historical Monuments It is said that India is dotted with monuments since antiquity. The country has a rich cultural heritage. Our ancient rulers had great fascination for magnificent buildings like forts, temples and mosques. They built some of the most remarkable buildings in the world. Some of these buildings have vanished in the march of time but many like Taj Mahal, Lai Quila, Qutub Minar, Jama Masjid, Fatehpur Sikri, Caves of Ajanta and Ellora, Sarnath Temple have stood the test of time. The British have also played an important role in giving us some historical monuments. Temple art flourished in the Gupta period architecture. Dashavtar Temple of Degaru is the first example of making Shekhar (top) in temple art. Brahma cave temples and Buddha cave temples are important among Gupta period caves temples. The main temples of Gupta Period are: Bhimrao (Nagged) (Shiva) Toga (Jabalpur) (Vishnu) Degaru (Jhansi) (Dashavtar) Syrup (brick made) (Layman) Udayagiri (Vishnu) Bitargaon (Kanpur, brick made) (Shiva) Kho (Nagod) (Shiva) The rock-cut architecture of the period is represented by two conventional types-the Chaitya and the Vihara. They are mostly found at Ajanta, Ellora and Bagh. The special feature of Chaitya is its emphasis on the colossal image of Buddha seated between two attendants. The Vihara...
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School Essay Writing Topics on Law and Justice in India

English_Master May 23, 2013 No Comments
Law and Justice in India Law and justice are of supreme importance in any society, because, whatever the level of economic development, if there is no justice, fairness and rule of law, there will be dissatisfaction, oppression and anarchy. In India, the Constitution guarantees protection of life, property and personal liberty to the people and provides safeguards against deprivation thereof by any individual, body or state. The adoption of the Constitution on 26 January 1950 did not disturb the existing structure of courts for dispensation of justice. The uniformity of judicial structure was preserved by placing criminal law and procedure, succession, will, contracts, registration of documents, etc. in the Concurrent List. The Indian law and justice is based on the firm foundation of several sources like the Constitution, statutes, case law and customary law. Besides, there are rules, regulations and bye- laws. The judicial decisions of superior courts like Supreme Court and High Courts are also important sources of law. Local customs and conventions which are not against the principles of morality are duly taken into account by courts while administering justice. The judicial system in India is headed by the Supreme Court. Then there are High Courts for each state or group of states. They are followed by...
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New speech Topics Essay on Reform of the United Nations

English_Master May 23, 2013 No Comments
Reform of the United Nations The United Nations Organisation (UNO) was established after the Second World War, on 24 October 1945 to maintain international peace and security, promote friendly relations among nations, achieve international cooperation on economic, social and cultural issues, promote respect for human rights and solve disputes among nations peacefully. As the structure and methods of the UN remain old, there is a call for reforms of the world body. The major reforms relate to the expansion of the Security Council. The present Security Council has five permanent members having the veto power- China, France, Russia, United Kingdom and the United States. Making them the permanent members was recognition of the fact that these nations were big powers and could plunge the world into a major war. Since violent disagreement among these great military powers could start a major war, it was decided that if there was no unanimity among the five big powers on a decision relating to international security, that resolution could not be enforced. There are 10 non-permanent members of the Security Council, making the total 15 members. Each member- permanent or otherwise-holds the presidency of the Council for a one-month period, on a rotating basis. The non-permanent members are elected for two years...
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New speech Topics on ‘India: An Emerging Power in the World’

English_Master May 23, 2013 No Comments
India: An Emerging Power in the World Rare are the moments in history when a nation suddenly captures the imagination of the world. For India, those rare moments have arrived. The country is achieving a high economic growth of over 8 per cent of its GDP annually, on a consistent basis.  In fact, India’s economic growth rate is second highest in the world-next only to China. The developed world has been left behind. The two Asian giants-India and China have today turned the leaders of growth of the global economy. One can get the measure of India’s resurgent economy from the fact that the world GDP growth is around 4 per cent. For advanced countries, the growth rate is around 3.5 per cent, while India is maintaining its GDP growth around 8.5 per cent of its GDP. The economic experts feel that the average world’s growth rates could have been dismal if they had not been boosted by the resurgent economies of India and China. It is the high growth rates of these two Asian giants that are keeping the global economy floating and preventing it from sinking in deep depression. India’s growth rate, though quite remarkable at present is about two per cent lower than that of China....
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Essay writing topics on my best friend

Essay Writing topics Speech topics for Kids on “My Best Friend”

English_Master November 3, 2012 No Comments
Essay Writing topics for Kids on “My Best Friend” I have many friends; some are my school fellows and some are my neighbourhood fellows. But I like Aakash the most who was my school fellow. He is sixteen years old like me and very tall for his age. He comes from a rich family. His father is a businessman and owns a large amount of wealth. But instead of being proud, Aakash is modest and meek. Aakash is very neat and clean in his appearance and dressing. Being from a good family, he is very simple in his habits. He is always ready to do the work that are assigned to him and help others in their work. Aakash is the monitor of our class and also the head boy of our school. He never lies and is extremely sincere in dealing with friends. He helps them whenever and wherever needed and is very considerate and sympathetic to everyone. In fact he helps me a lot in making me understand any topic discussed in the class which I am unable to follow. Even if a friend or a classmate abuses him, he never loses his temper. His behavior with the classmates and in fact with everyone is never rude;...
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