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Dogs have been around for tens of thousands of years, but we
have never really asked ourselves why we love these four legged
animals with a tail. Well the answer to that is simple; dogs can
Dogs have been around for tens of thousands of years, but we have never really asked ourselves why we love these four legged animals with a tail. Well the answer to that is simple; dogs can mimic your emotion, which means that they can understand how youre feeling and they tend to comfort you when you think no one else is there. They even act as mini-dishwashers as when you dont know whether to throw away the little food left on your plate or save it we have our dogs to the rescue, all we have to do is hand the plate over and let them polish it off. They are great motivational tools, they have tons of energy to use and the best form of helping them blow off some steam is by playing with them or taking them for a run and they help you get healthier while you enjoy yourself. Dogs are also incredibly smart, their intelligence varies depending on the kind of breed you get, but they still are some of the most intuitive animals around. This is shown by their multiple facial expressions (I especially like the one where they tilt their head and look at you quizzically), their ability to deviously hide toys in the strangest of places.
The love of a dog is a pure thing. It gives you a trust which is total. Dogs are one of evolution's greatest creations and as far as I know I havent met anyone who hasnt been grateful for that.
I agree that the article.136 of the Indian constitution makes
the Indian Supreme Court the most powerful apex court in the world
as the Constitution of India under Article 136 vests the Supreme
I agree that the article.136 of the Indian constitution makes the Indian Supreme Court the most powerful apex court in the world as the Constitution of India under Article 136 vests the Supreme Court of India with a special power to grant special leave, to appeal against any judgment or order or decree in any matter or cause, passed or made by any Court in India.
This is a special power given to the Supreme Court of India which is the top Court of the country, to grant leave to appeal against any judgment in case any substantial constitutional question of law is involved, or gross injustice has been done.
The scope of power vested with the Supreme Court of India under Article 136:
1.The constitution of India vest "discretionary power" in the Supreme Court of India. The Supreme Court of India may in its discretion be able to grant special leave to appeal from any judgment or decree or order in any matter or cause made or passed by any Court in India. The Supreme Court of India may refuse to grant the leave to appeal by exercising its judgment.
2.An aggrieved party from the judgment or decree of high court cannot claim special leave to appeal as a right but it is a benefit which the Supreme Court of India is given and this leave to appeal can be granted by it only.
3.An upset party can move towards the Apex Court under Article 136 in case any constitutional or legal issue exists and which can be clarified by the Supreme Court of India.
This shows just how powerful our democracy is and how just its judgments are. The supreme court of India is definitely the most powerful apex court in the world.
Whoever invented football should be
worshipped as God. Hugo Snchez Mrquez
Football is not just a sport but a way of life. The sport can be
played by anyone and everyone,...
Whoever invented football should be worshipped as God. Hugo Snchez Mrquez
Football is not just a sport but a way of life. The sport can be played by anyone and everyone, it is the only sport in the world that unites soo many people from different parts of the world; it shows spirit and passion in each supporter and players eyes when they walk onto the pitch. The feeling that people get from watching a match even if they are not in the stadium is just as exhilarating as it would be for the ones at the stadium. The chants that fans make for their clubs, the obsession that is created over the team and the rivalries that spur on for decades is incomparable in reference to other sports. The joy that one gets out of watching their team play and win is comparable to the disappointment they experience when their team loses.
The game itself is played by eleven players and each team has the choice to substitute three players in. Football helps people in many ways, it can help them relieve stress; work on their fitness and it helps people forget about things that bother them. I believe a football club is made up of its fans, I mean imagine a professional game being played in an empty stadium; its almost unthinkable. The FIFA World Cup is the most viewed live event in the world and there is an easy explanation for that, the intensity you get from the fans when a goal is scored is absolutely mind boggling as it shows the passion they possess for the team. Not only is the game incredibly fun to play but it is also inspirational, the game has seen players rise up from poverty to be some of the best in the world.
If you think football doesnt affect peoples lives; during the 2006 World Cup, Didier Drogba the captain of the Ivory Coast national team helped his team reach the quarterfinals, he then challenged the President of Ivory Coast Gbagbo to end the civil war. He made a desperate plea to the combatants, asking them to lay down their arms, a plea which was answered with a ceasefire after five years of civil war. This is the best example of uniting masses of different ideals due to one reason and thats football.
India is a country of 1.324 billion people; we have achieved a
74% literacy rate from 16% in a span of 70 years. India has one of
the youngest populations with an average age of 28.
India is a country of 1.324 billion people; we have achieved a 74% literacy rate from 16% in a span of 70 years. India has one of the youngest populations with an average age of 28.
There are 226 million Indians, poised to enter higher education, going through school. Indians as a whole have the capacity to seize the 21st century as we would have the one of the youngest demographic population in the world. We have 17% of the worlds brains but we only have 2.8% of the worlds research output. To change this and have a nation complete with innovators and entrepreneurs I believe we need to start the change in the classrooms, sure we might have an ever rising literacy rate but we need to broaden our scope. We shouldnt just have our heads filled with facts, textbook materials or teacher lectures as in todays society all of that is available on the internet. What we do need though is a well formed mind; one that reacts to unfamiliar facts, situations and details, which could actually process information that it hasnt studied or heard of before; quoting Dr. Shashi Tharoor, A mind in other words that can react to the bigger examination called life which doesnt exactly give you things you prepared for. We need to think out of the box, think of familiar objects in ways we havent before and thats the only way we can move forward in the world.
We have more than 95% of our population under the age of 12 who can read and write so the future is in good hands; the workforce on the other hand is still a work in progress but if we can put all the right pieces in place we can announce to the world yes we are coming.
Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly. -
Robert F. Kennedy
Every year we have people from all over the world joining
different colleges. These colleges do th...
Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly. - Robert F. Kennedy
Every year we have people from all over the world joining different colleges. These colleges do their best to shape every individual to their highest potential. The colleges in India tend to focus on the education aspect of the student but not their overall development. So I decided to choose a college that focuses on the student and not only their marks. I found that in a college called CMS Jain. They look at every student by ability and not what a test says about you. I still remember that in my interview the teachers who were conducting it were extremely patient with me as they knew that I was nervous, they were genuinely interested in what the student had to talk about and penned it down. Once college started it was difficult to get used to it for the first week or so, but it started to get better once every one was shifted into their classes and that made me realize that over time things do get better. College is a stepping stone that can help you define yourself and either set yourself up for great success or great failure.