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August 6th, 2015

Although technologies do have a certain positive influence in our lives, the extent to which they interfere in our day to day activities, surely reduces our capabilities to tackle challanges on our own.

Be Descriptive, Clear and Simple

July 13th, 2015

We are taught from very childhood about the perils of lying and the importance of being honest. Even though no one can deny the importance of being truthful to the ones we love, sometimes telling the truth has negative consequences for a relationship and a lie is often the better choice.

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July 12th, 2015

I believe that, due to a variety of reasons, young people are much more inclined towards enjoying life than old people.

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May 14th, 2015

The recommendation that opening a cafe would increase the customer base of Monarch and thus help it compete better against Regal might not be accurate and many more questions need to be asked to safely predict the outcome of opening a cafe in Monarch. Furthermore, this given recommendation lacks concrete data and some evidences to make accurate predictions about the future.

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May 12th, 2015

The statement linking technology negatively with free thinking plays on recent human experience over the past century. Surely there has been no time in history where the lived lives of people have changed more dramatically. A quick reflection on a typical day reveals how technology has revolutionized the world. Most people commute to work in an automobile that runs on an internal combustion engine. During the workday, chances are high that the employee will interact with a computer that processes information on silicon bridges that are .09 microns wide. Upon leaving home, family members will be reached through wireless networks that utilize satellites orbiting the earth. Each of these common occurences would have been inconceivable at the turn of the 19th century.

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May 12th, 2015

Sure we hear more about pieces of art which are famous in wider society. Be it the painting of Mona Lisa or the works of Hammingway, the popularity and mainstream acceptance of these works definitely have contributed towards the adoration society has for these pieces. But is the, supposed, wide-spread appeal of any piece of art a necessary condition for that art-work to have any merit? I believe, even if a piece of art is not understandable to most people it would be unfair to question it's merit as the burden of proof is not on the artist and even if the piece is understood by a select few, judging in absolute artistic terms, it still can have a considerable artistic value.

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May 11th, 2015

We often hear stories about prodigies - kids starting writing softwares at the age of five or composing entire symphonies at the age of ten and one can't help but wonder, is it a society's responsibility to provide them with extra attention and resources or should we strictly treat them like any other kid their so as to preserve their childhood? I think, society should provide every opportunity to these extraordinary kids as not only they can, in return, give a lot back to society, but also society owes it to them to help develop their potential and achieve greatness.

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May 10th, 2015

Nurturing the kids is perhaps the most important factor in the fate of a nation. Therefore, this area warrants, any nation's, utmost interest. But how should one proceed to provide a platform for these kids to develop their potential. Should that platform be uniform or specific? I believe, forcing students to take courses they clearly have no interest in, is tantamount to deliberately wasting their time an energy.

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May 9th, 2015

Surely many of us have expressed the following sentiment, or some variation on it, during our daily commutes to work: “People are getting so stupid these days!” Surrounded as we are by striding and strident automatons with cell phones glued to their ears, PDA's gripped in their palms, and omniscient, omnipresent CNN gleaming in their eyeballs, it's tempting to believe that technology has isolated and infantilized us, essentally transforming us into dependent, conformist morons best equipped to sideswip one another in our SUV's.

Are the politicians our leaders or representatives or servants

May 8th, 2015

Are the politicians our leaders or representatives or servants ? The politicians, especially in democracies, are given power by the people to take decisions on their behalf by implementing domestic policies, working with other sovereigns etc. But what marks good leadership - being firm in one's beliefs at the time of criticism or be accomodating to dial down any possible unrest? I beleive leaders are elected to, first and foremost, to serve people and in doing so if they have to comprosmise their own personal pnciples, for the good of people, they should do it without hesitation.

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May 7th, 2015

The role of an education institute is not limited to just providing education to the pupils, it has a role and responsibilty in nurturing them in a way most suited to the students.Keeping in mind the best interest of pupils, education institutes, particularly the ones dealing with specialisation or higher studies, should actively encourage, but not force, their students to choose fields of study that will preape them for lucartive careers.

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May 6th, 2015

The human population is growing, and , due to globalisation, world is increasingly becoming more an more competitive. In today's workplaces there is always a better way to conduct the tasks one is assigned to.As much as we love to see versatility in an individual,in today's competitive and globalised world, one has be at the top of his game in his field to succeed.

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May 5th, 2015

The entire justice (and reward) system of our society is based upon the idea that an individual is responsible for his/her actions alone. We assume that we have a total control over our behavior, but as much as we love to take pride in our superior intelligence and free will, if one carefully considers our actions and their cause - we don't appear to be too different from a robot which has been programed to behave in a certain way by its manufacturer.

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May 3rd, 2015

The report begins with claiming that Palean baskets are found only near Palea and ,therefore, are unique to Palea. The report than, citing new evidence of presence of these baskets in an area geographically cut-off from Palea, refutes this claim. However, much more evidence is needed to firmly establish both the intermediate and final claims.

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April 29th, 2015

Education is certainly the hot-button issue of the moment, with national policies like Race to the Top and No Child Left Behind changing the way we teach, measure academic success, and even learn. At the heart of the debate over the future of education is the question broached in this prompt: are academic subjects, such as mathematics and history, more worthy of students' time than life skills, such as critical thinking, ethics, and self-expression? Many refuse to let go of the system of rote memorization and strict quantitative evaluation that has long characterized education in America, yet in a fast-paced world characterized by huge systemic problems and constant seismic shifts in science, business, and technology, this system is no longer functional. Adulthood is primarily non-academic, and school is meant to prepare students for adulthood. Thus, schools should indeed do more to prepare students for the non-academic aspects of life.

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April 28th, 2015

The future of arts, based upon their reach and standin in current society, doesn't look too bright. More and more people view it ,disdainly, as a shiney toy for the rich people as the wider society has limited access to it. The situation also is not at all helped by the fact that arts as as career is fraught with financial risks and therefore is not encouraged as a career choice by a lot of parents today.Therefore, it wouldn't cause no harm to the world of arts if the Government supports it, both financially and through it's social policies, in an unbiased and transparent way.

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April 27th, 2015

It is a government's responsiblity maintain the well-being, be it economic, social or cultural, of the nation. The role of major cities in maintaing the health of a nation cannot be understated. Therefore major cities are vital to any country and their well-being is vital , however not primarily because of their significance in preserving the nation's tradition

Educational institutions have a responsibility to dissuade students from pursuing fields of study in which they are unlikely to succeed. Write

April 20th, 2015

Educational institutions have a responsibility to dissuade students from pursuing fields of study in which they are unlikely to succeed.

The advertising director of Super screen Movie production company asserts that fewer people have attended super Screen produced movies last

March 29th, 2015

The advertising director of Super screen Movie production company asserts that fewer people have attended super Screen produced movies last year than any other year despite the fact that the percentage of positive reviews have actually gone up. He claims that not enough people are aware of these reviews and therefore spending more money on advertisement would enlighten the wider audience and culminate to more people attending their production house's movies. However, his analysis fails to take into consideration a lot of possibileties and his knowledge seems to lack many important data sets.

Patriotic reverence for the history of a nation

March 16th, 2015

So many of us growing up, hear stories about the past (and many times) the lost glory of one's nation. In diluted and under the examination of rational thinking, these tales of the good old days often does little than evoke some feelings of patriotism on one's country's Independence day. However ,feed them relentlessly, and these tales stop being so innocuous.

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