Life is not a bed of roses and all of us go through tough times. When nothing goes right and you feel rather low, how do you deal with such times? What helps you get out of it?
Other questions are listed in LIFO order( i.e. latest question appears at top).
Posted on: 2008-04-08
Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.” While people make many resolutions every New Year, what would be one such change that you would want to bring in your life this New Year that you think would be a good example for people around you? Give reason.
Posted on: 2008-03-31
When we talk of HIV-positive people or people living with age, there is usually a veil of fear in our attitude. And many such persons never get the care they deserve as ‘people suffering from a disease’. How can we as a society be better supporters for such persons and their families and friends? Give suggestions.
Posted on: 2008-03-24
Our children, like the adult population, are fans of different kinds of TV serials, masala movies and reality shows broadcast through the different television channels rather than children centred programmes. Such programmes are sure to make an impact on these innocent children. Should children be allowed to watch such programmes, or not? Why?
Posted on: 2008-03-20
In our society, it is often said that a woman's worst enemy is another woman. Do you agree with this saying? Or is it the males who are greater enemies of women? Why? Give reasons.
Posted on: 2008-03-11
While watching movies, some emotional scenes always make you cry whether you try to show it or not. When was the time you experienced such a moment? Which movie was it? And why did that particular scene touch you?
Posted on: 2008-03-04
While we find people advocating equal rights for men and women, there is also demand for special treatment regarding women by providing reservations in different sectors. If we demand for equality, do you think it is necessary to provide reservations? Why?
Posted on: 2008-02-26
Penalising and detaining jaywalkers is the latest step taken by our traffic police. Similar steps were also taken a few months back to punish jaywalkers. However, as these did not continue for long, people forgot about the rules and started jaywalking with ease again. Are such ‘short-term’ efforts really effective in making people follow traffi ...
Posted on: 2008-02-19
When boys sporting long hair were rounded up and had their hair shorn, many said, “Theek paryo” (They deserve it). Do you think such a policing is the solution in our democratic country? Does this mean that we are being made to give up our ‘freedom of expression’ or do you think such acts of disciplining by authorities concerned will aid in ...
Posted on: 2008-02-12
As an individual you may have your own principle in life. And there are family values that are mostly guided by the culture, tradition and norms of society. But sometimes there are situations when some of your individual values contradict with the family values. Have you ever experienced such conflict of values? And how did you tackle the situation ...
Posted on: 2008-02-05
It is said that honesty is the best policy, but then some also believe that a white lie never hurt anyone. Would you always choose to be honest in any situation though it might hurt someone or destroy relationships, or would you twist the truth as a situation demands? Why?