Monthly Archive: January 2012

An analysis of U.P. politics: Report

Major factor in UP politics and elections: Caste and Religion are two important issues, base upon which parties try to woo votes and voters also consider these things while casting votes.BSP is the leading party who uses caste politics very well, to play divide and rule game.

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Careers in Oil and Gas industry in India

The oil and gas industry offers a wide range of jobs. There is high demand for drilling crews all over the world because the drilling rigs are continuously functioning. Also skilled workers have ample job opportunities mainly into maintenance operations in various offshore projects. At entry level, one can expect a salary of around INR 3.5 to 6 LPA. In India, there is lot of jobs in PSUs such as ONGC, IOCL and Bharat Petroleum for those looking at job security. PSUs offer salaries as per Sixth Pay commission with additional perks and benefits.

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Aakash tablet: the digital slate, Can this revolutionize India’s education system?

Aakash may bring in a dramatic change to the entire scenario. Now students from all social classes can think about owing a PC of their own! Aakash is priced at $35 which is as low as 2000 INR and it will certainly create major positive changes to the Indian educational system.

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Overpopulation: The main cause of poverty in India?

Overpopulation and poverty have become synonymous to Indian subcontinent like many of the third world countries round the globe.Overpopulation in India is not just a myth but a crude fact to both the nationals and the government. According to an estimation, around 53% of the below 5 years Indian population is malnourished and 37% had no access to safe drinking water.

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Surrogacy in India: A report

Women from poor and deprived class often consider surrogacy as an opportune way to earn money for their living. However they are unaware of the fact that despite they are the ones sacrificing their health and risking their lives, the benefits are being taken by someone else. Hence the popularity of Indian surrogacy is no way helping the economy of this country. The poverty-stricken women continue to live a life of misery and dispossession.

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