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Social Media is effecting human life in many aspects like health,family relations, etc. So,I'll be discussing each aspect in detail below. Firstly, I would like to describe or define what is a social media,many of them may be know that,but I would just like to mention that. WHAT IS SOCIAL MEDIA? Social Media is a platform,computer-based technology that facilitates the sharing of ideas,thoughts and information through the building of virtual networks and communities.  Social media originated as a way to interact with friends and family but was later adopted by businesses that wanted to take advantage of a popular new communication method to reach out to customers. The power of social media is the ability to connect and share information with anyone on Earth, or with many people simultaneously. There are different types of social media namely, Social networks,Social news, Microblogging ,Bookmarking sites,Media sharing,Community blogs,social review sites,video hosting sites,Image shar

Feminism in India - History and Present Times

The term Feminism is misunderstood as an ideology that aims to uplift only the women by bashing the male in the society. However, it is not true as the word Feminism means an ideology that fights for the upliftment for women and getting them the same political, social, and economic rights as the men in the society. The concept of feminism is not new but can be seen in the history of the world where women had fought for getting the political rights as well as have proven to be as great of a ruler for their empire as a man could have been. Feminism is separated into three waves: First wave feminism – beginning in the mid 19 th century – when reformists began to speak in favor of women’s rights and making reforms in education and customs involving women. Second wave feminism – from 1915 to Indian Independence, when Gandhi incorporated women’s movement into Quit India Movement and independent women’s organisation began emerging. Third wave feminism – started post independe


‘Living in the moment, and seeing everything afresh without judgment and worry lets us experience life, rather than simply get through it.’ – Dr. Patrizia Collard Our brains are always multi-tasking i.e. constantly thinking about our future actions or dwelling with the past actions along with working in the present. However because of this we are not able to sometimes live in the present, enjoy it and make the most out of it. The practice of being present in the moment is known as mindfulness . It is one of the most difficult things to achieve as it is quite common for us to constantly slip from the present moment into thinking about the future. Mindfulness can increase our ability to be in sync with our thoughts, emotions, and body sensations which allows us to manage them and communicate about our feelings to others as well as understand theirs. The people who live in the moment are happier, calmer, relaxed, and appreciative. Its okay for us to slip back to into not being

Impact of Social Media

The growing use of social media is evident in the society. It has become a platform for people to communicate with others or to stay in touch with their friends and family who are in another country or state. It provides many facilities like information sharing, communication, starting a business, start an awareness campaigns, etc. the development of technology, especially the mobile phones, has played an important role in the impact that social media has created on the people. Social media sites like facebook, twitter, instagram, pinterest, etc. has become platforms for people to share their photographs or content online for their viewers to access it. It has also become a platform for people to share their opinions about various aspects of their life with others. Social Media has also paved a way for many small businesses to have an online platform; many existing businesses are now turning to social media to expand themselves in the online world.  WHAT MAKES SOCIAL MEDIA UNIQU

Truth is beauty And Beauty Truth.

The poetic saying  emphasises the identity of beauty and truth. According to it , only truth represents beauty - a fact which all humans should take note of all their day to day thoughts , proclivities , human and socal dealings , and works of art and science. There are such things as acted truths and acted lies , and these have their impact on human life  as important as those which arise from the spoken or the written word. Truth and falsehood are qualities that belong to the work of our hands , as well as words of our lips and are often more eloquent to the eye than the words can be to ears. They are expressed by our whole personalities , by our characters , by our conduct , by our general conversion with our kith and kin or , friends in the world , and foes . Great truths are often communicated by works of art , literature , sculpture, painting , cartoons , films or other  effective media that permeates the  human mind. Every portrait painted is either a truth or a lie , or a mixtu

Concept of Writs In India

  A Writ is a formal written order issued by a government entity in the name of the sovereign power. In most cases, this government entity is a court. In modern democratic countries, the administrative authorities are vested with vast discretionary powers. The exercise of those powers often becomes subjective in the absence of specific guidelines etc. Hence the need for a control of the discretionary powers is essential to ensure that ‘Rule of Law’ exist in all governmental actions. The judicial review of administrative actions in the form of writ jurisdiction is to ensure that the decisions taken by the authorities are legal, rational, proper, just, fair and reasonable. Safeguard of fundamental rights and assurance of natural justice are the most important components of writ jurisdictions Writs are meant as prerogative remedies. The writ jurisdictions exercised by the Supreme Court under article 32 and by the high courts under article 226, for the enforcement of fundamental rights a

Welcome to New Education System 2020

 Thus to meet the need of 21st century , School education System  is  to convert  it to a 5+3+3+4 system  with 3 years  as pre -schooling. In a federal system , any reform can be made only with some  support from state and centre  who have taken the task of building an ambitious Plans. This process will help in eliminating  process of pedagogy , Structural inequalities and rampat commercialisation.  There will be  school examinations in  Grades 3 , 5 and 8  conducted by appropriate authority . A new  national Assessment centre  prakash will set up as  a standard -setting body  and thus the old system of examination of Grade 10 and 12  is  gonna re -designed. The union cabinet on Wednesday  approved the New  Education policy . One of the major decision , the cabinet has renamed  the ministry of Human Resource and  Development  as ministry of Education. This decision of changing name came due to  recommendations listed in draft  on New Education Policy . We already know about our educati


The NEW EDUCATION POLICY 2020 was passed on 29 July 2020 , Wednesday by the Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The policy aims to bring reform in the schools and higher education systems in India, as stated by the Ministry of Human Resource Development. It is a replacement for the National Policy on Education 1986. The aim of the policy is to create an education system which has a direct contribution in transformation of the country, to provide high-quality education to all, and to make India a global knowledge superpower. The cabinet has also approved to change the name of the HRD ministry to Education Ministry.  The key highlights of the policy are as follows: 1.      Mother tongue or local or regional language to be the medium for instructions till class fifth (or if preferable till class eighth and beyond). Sanskrit shall e offered at all the levels of the school and higher education as an option however; the policy clearly states that no languag

Guidelines to be followed by Police while making an Arrest

  Arrest involves the restriction of liberty of a person arrested and therefore, infringes the basic human rights of liberty. Nevertheless the Constitution of India as well as International human rights law recognize the power of the State to arrest any person as a part of its primary role of maintaining law and order. The Constitution requires a just, fair and reasonable procedure established by the law under which alone such deprivation of liberty is permissible. Although Article 22(1) of the Constitution provides that every person placed under arrest shall be informed as soon as may be the ground of arrest and shall not be denied the right to consult and be defended by a lawyer of his choice and S.50 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Cr. PC) requires a police officer arresting any person to “ forthwith communicate to him full particulars of the offence for which he is arrested or other grounds for such arrest”. in actual practice these requirements are observed more in the br

Haryana - Sports state

Among all the states in India, Haryana is one of the leading state involved in games and sports. Haryana share population of only 2% in  India. But  one third  of all medals are owned by Haryana's Athletes  in India including 9 out of  26  golds in CWG. Haryana has  always  been  a big  contributor  in terms  of India 's  medal  haul at major  competitions . Haryana's CWG 2018 Medallists  1. Wrestling  Gold -Bajrang Punia, sumit  malik, vinesh phogat  Silver-Mausam Khatri ,pooja Dhanda , Babita kumari Bronge - Somveer kadian , Sakshi Malik, kiran Bishnoi   2.Boxing  GOLD - vikas krishan ,  Gourav Solanki  SILVER-  Amit pangal, Manish Kaushik Bronge-  Naman Tanwar , Manoj kumar  3. Shooting    Gold - Anish Bhanwala , Manu  bhaker , sanjeev Rajput. 4. Athletics   Gold - Neeraj Chopra  Silver -  seema Punia. 5. Weightlifting   Bronge - Deepak  lathar 6. Powerlifting  Bronge - sachin Chaudhary.  Traditionally Haryana has become a nursery of wrestlers and  boxers . Highest prize

Gender Equality should also include Men!

Whenever the term GENDER EQUALITY is used, it is presumed that we are talking about equality towards women but there is no mention of the equality towards men. The belief that it is always the fault of the man or the stigma of the society around the way a man should be plays a major part of why men are not comfortable to admit being the victim. In India, there are many laws formulated to provide protection to women from offences like rape, stalking, harassment at work and public, domestic violence. It is true that crimes against women are increasing at an alarming rate; however there are many instances where the complaints filed by the women are false as they wrongly accuse the men just for their own interest and revenge.   However, there are times when men are the ones who are the victims of such crimes but due to the perception of the society that ‘ men are supposed to be brave’ or that ‘men are the ones who commit the crime´ stops a man to come out in the open to admit to the

Right to Privacy

  Privacy is a fundamental human right, enshrined in numerous international human rights instruments. It is central to the protection of human dignity and forms the basis of any democratic society. It also supports and reinforces other rights, such as freedom of expression, information and association.   Activities that restrict the right to privacy, such as surveillance and censorship, can only be justified when they are prescribed by law, necessary to achieve a legitimate aim, and proportionate to the aim pursued.   As innovations in information technology have enabled previously unimagined forms of collecting, storing and sharing personal data, the right to privacy has evolved to encapsulate State obligations related to the protection of personal data.   A number of international instruments enshrine data protection principles, and many domestic legislatures have incorporated such principles into national law.   Privacy also has implication for the freedom of opinion and exp

Legal Aspects of Domestic Violence Against Men

  The term “domestic violence” includes a broad range of violent acts committed by one member of a family or household against another. It often refers to the mistreatment of a child or spouse, and includes not only physical harm but also threats and verbal, psychological, and sexual abuse. The relationship of the abuser to the victim is the key distinction between other assault crimes and domestic violence. In India, domestic violence is always believed to be inflicted on women. However, during personal interactions with many males in society and in the organized setups such as industries and offices, it was observed that men also suffer from domestic violence. Due to stereotyped gender roles, it is hardly believed by society that a woman can inflict violence on men. Many courts also commented on false allegations of domestic violence by women. Men are still not ready to speak of this violence against them and they are ignorant about any legal help to avoid this. Comparison of India