Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Argumentative Essay on Tradition – An Obstacle to Progress

"Theirs not to make reply, theirs not to reason why, theirs but to do and die," said Lord Tennyson about the noble tradition of discipline in the patriotic fighting forces across the world.
The word tradition, however means, unwritten beliefs and customs handed down from generation to generation, which we all knowingly or unknowingly adhere to in our daily lives.

Saturday, 29 June 2013

Essay on career as a salesman

The salesman should know about his own self and the sales career he possesses. It is the career which should be improved. Every career has its own merits and demerits. Selling is a honorable, challenging, rewarding and a professional career. Today, more and more youngsters are going in for selling as a career. The basic reasons for such an attraction are fine. In the first place in sales career, there is variety of jobs or job openings.

Essay on Women and Aids

A striking feature of the global AIDS epidemic is the increasing proportion of women and girls among people living with HIV. This is particularly evident in Eastern Europe, Asia and Latin America.
In Sub-Sahara Africa and the Caribbean, this percentage has always been on the higher side, reaching 57 per cent in the year 2004 in Sub-Sahara Africa.
The most affected are those in the youngest age group (15-24 years). It has also been observed that globally AIDS is affecting women most severely in places where heterosexual sex is a dominant mode of transmission of HIV.
The reasons for the greater vulnerability of women and the greater risks they face of acquiring the HIV infection are multiple, biological, social, cultural, economic and therefore lead to complex problems with no easy solutions.

Friday, 28 June 2013

Complete information on the theory of natural selection proposed by Darwin

Charles Robert Darwin published his theory of natural selection in his book ‘Origin of Species’ in 1859. Due to extreme popularity of the theory he is called ‘Father of the Evolution’ and his ideas are known as Darwinism. Darwin based his theory on certain observable facts and deduced some principles.

Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Paragraph on A Thing of Beauty is a Joy For Ever

John Keats has said these lines. He was a great lover of beauty. He worshipped beauty in all its forms. His religion was the worship of beauty. A beautiful thing gives us joy forever. Beauty has an attraction and intoxication of its own.

Monday, 24 June 2013

Sunday, 23 June 2013

Those who live in glass houses do not throw stones at others

It is a well-known fact that finding fault with others is a popular past time of all of us. We sit down in all groups and criticise others for their shortcomings ad lapses. We do forget that we are criticising others for those very faults from which we ourselves are not free. By criticising others without rhyme or reason, we expose ourselves to criticism and condemnation at the hands of others. We must realise that a blind man cannot afford to laugh at other blind man. In the same way, a lame person should not make fun of the lameness of other person. A cock-eyed person must not make fun of another cock eyed person. We all are human beings with several Imperfections and shortcomings. If we ourselves did not have an imperfection then we would be gods.