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https:// ABOUT MEunadueery com /bhargavivardhan Proud Mother of a happy 4 year old Biotechnology graduate Cleared short service commission for women in airforce, but could not join on medical grounds Presented papers in chemcon, young researchers conference and unacademy more Upsc aspirant, written mains 2017 Scored 150 marks in geography optional lI Have a YouTube channel for kids: Sanskrit rhymes
27TH JULY 2018 HINDU BASED MAINS QUESTIONS Presented by Bhargavi Vardhan
INDIA HAS BOUGHT DOWN HIV INCIDENCE BUT IT MUST DO MORE IN REMOVING SOCIAL STIGMA DISCUSS. . A report by UNAIDS has said that many countries have made good progress in reducing HIV incidence and getting antiretroviral therapy The awareness regarding the same has increased but not . The stigma associated with AIDS is still a challenge to the India must take a note of that rights to Health is universal to universal country ensure that no one is left Behind in the fight against HIV.
THREE MINORS IN A FAMILY IN DELHI DIED DUE TO STARVATION. DOES THIS RAISE THE FINGER TOWARDS THE GOVERNANCE OR JUST THE SURVIVAL OF FITTEST AT WORK. DISCUSS. No matter what progress we make , inside we are human beings living in a society these deaths show the failure of not only the Institution of marriage but also a failure of society and of governance each of it has an equal part in maintaining the human well being Accepting the problem and the responsibility by each of them can only help us create a society without such incidents The role of the marriage, and the need to protect the children.
IS THE DIGITALIZATION CREATING A NEW DIVISION IN THE INDIAN SOCIETY. DISCUSS Spread of internet into rural areas .Digital literacy issues The ease of doing things with internet Digitally literate and illiterate the new divide Any Social change takes time.
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A speck of universe, trying to save her instincts and intuitions from the robotic chores. scored 150 in geography optional II