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Source- www.healthynewbornnetwork.org

Celebrated every year on Dec 1 st, World AIDS Day was first celebrated in the year 1988 to bring attention to the HIV pandemic across the globe. Over the past three decades, it has become a major health concern.

But why is this disease so fearful? Why is it so difficult to beat? Why can’t we just put an end to it?

The words HIV and AIDS themselves strike fear in the hearts of many. Acquired Immuno-deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) is the advanced stage of infection caused by Human Immuno-deficiency virus (HIV) which is a kind of Retrovirus, having the ability to insert its DNA into the host cell. The virus primarily affects the immune system rendering it weak and vulnerable to other diseases. The reason this disease is so stigmatized and feared is because of its mode of transmission. Transmitted primarily by sharing needles and unprotected sex, HIV is associated with promiscuous behaviour and drug abuse. The virus spreads from person to person by blood and other body fluids, however, it absolutely does not spread through touch, sweat or saliva. Blood transfusions are also a major route of transmission when blood from an infected person is given to another. …


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Green Economy is all about having such an economy that focuses on sustainable development without degrading the environment. It ensures that people and planet both grow simultaneously. In fact, the green economy is the need of the hour. It is only through the green economy that the environment can be protected and preserved. Our environment is the main source of resources and every other thing that makes life easier and promotes growth. So, in simple terms, it can be said that green economy provides the vision for economic growth as well as improves the social wellbeing of the people. …


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“Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else”. This was a quote that was made by the famous personality, Fred Rogers in an interview. Today, we are in the generation of Flipkart and amazon, where any new product can be brought quickly with the click of a button. This has led to an overload and an accumulation of tonnes of waste which are disposed of every year, without being put to proper use and finally finding their way to being dumped among piles of garbage in the overloaded junkyards of various cities. …


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The outburst of Corona times(Covid-19) has hit us tremendously. The onset of Corona since March 2019, influenced physically as well as emotionally. The effects are enormously increasing in very large numbers like health problems which include depression, lack of sleep, stress, fear, insecurity, emotional breakdown, isolation, unhealthy diet, behaviour etc. At this moment of unpredictability, the time hit up so hard, that our main issue is the fear of losing our jobs. More than millions of people have lost their job in this uncertain situation of a pandemic. The youth or the workers are trashed off from their jobs and losing it is an emotional breakdown and is proportional to more stress. …


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This pandemic has been tough and countless people have lost their livelihoods, small businesses have also suffered major losses and some have completely shut down. But how have large corporate businesses faired? How can they help others during this pandemic? Let us first understand what a Corporation actually is — A corporate is a formal organization governed
with a specific set of laws and must be managed according to them. This legal aspect imposes strict rules on the employees of the company and also often extends to the local groups that they work with. There have been many instances when these corporate giants end up financially harming the local
communities that they are working with. …


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It takes next-level of bravery, determination and sacrifice to be a part of the Armed Forces. Amongst these brave heroes, we find extraordinary women who walk shoulder to shoulder with their male counterparts fighting for the country and inspiring generations to come. The disquietude conveyed by the government, representing the Indian Armed Forces could not hold ground under the basic tenet of constitutional entitlement to dignity, which attaches
to every individual irrespective of gender. These are the essential changes and the military system has to gear up accordingly to alleviate the concerns, yet make sure that the operational effectiveness of the Armed Forces is not compromised. …


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SDG(Sustainable Development Goals), also known as global goals, is a significant initiative adopted by all United Nations member states in 2015 with a purpose to end poverty, protect plants, and secure the livelihood of people so that they live peacefully and prosperously by 2030. There are 17 integrated SDGs which means that these 17 goals will also affect the developments in not just the area where action has been taken but also other areas as well and that outcome must balance environmental, economic and social sustainability. One of the most exceptionally important goals of SDGs is its goal no. …


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From financial stability to respect in society, any individual with good academic knowledge background can accomplish these. The power of education has been and always will be a great way to live a life without worrying about lacking behind in this rapidly growing technological civilization. Good academic wisdom is not only important but also a necessity for everyone who wants to lead a self-steered, independent, and respectable existence.

However, the hyped-up policy of academic teaching possesses certain aspects that have verified the fact that long hours of studies and assignments put on by academic institutions have not only restricted students from inhibiting a social life but also led to enormous anxiety among the scholars. It generates certain complicated issues for students who deal with this proportion of burden nearly every single day. …


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From every big to small thing, palm oil is present in nearly everything as about 50% in every other market. This Palm oil is a widely used and highly versatile oil in almost every country. This edible vegetable oil that comes from the fruit of oil palm trees and it’s scientific name is Elaeis guineensis. Palm oil trees are native to Africa but were brought to South-East Asia just over 100 years ago as an ornamental tree crop. Indonesia and Malaysia, also now, make up over 85% of global supply but there are 42 other countries that also produce this oil. …


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Warriors are the ones who fight either for the country, the state, the people, or sometimes for themselves too. To become a warrior, you don’t need some special training or some special weapon with you. You need something in your heart that we call “Courage” to stand for that particular thing, to fight for that thing, and then finally win that thing.

These are the qualities of a real warrior. …

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