Identities and Prejudice…!!

For as long as I could remember, one thing I have always enjoyed as a kid was to tag along with my father to his work. The major reason was that I got to meet people - officers, attenders, drivers, village folk, daily wage labourers, the old., the young... Basically, every kind of soul from …

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MOTHER’S TOUCH..!

It was December of 2016 and it was already the 2nd month of my internship with a Social Enterprise based in Hyderabad. I somehow had a strong conviction that I am fully capable of continuing with my internship and my academics at the University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, along with working on a research paper which …

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Impact of Renewable Energy on the Economy

Renewable energy or Green Energy is the energy produced out of renewable resources which include modern resources like hydro wind, solar etc, and traditional renewable energy resources like biomass. Energy self-sufficiency is a necessary component of a sustained growth path. But attaining this through traditional energy production methods is becoming increasingly difficult due to constraints …

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Deviation from the Norms: A Necessity for Progress?

Progress in a society is the product of constant engagement between conflicting ideas, arguments and opinions. As a conclusion of these conflicts, societies arrive at a broader consensus which is accepted as general norms. These norms vary across civilisations based on their historical, socio-political, and economic circumstances. Nevertheless, the commonality of all the norms is …

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