Category Archives: Multinational Issues

Necesseties vs. Luxuries

Yesterday, I was driving, and the FM radio went off for few seconds. I thought I should have an iPod. Then suddenly I realized that I have not used my iPod in last 6 months. And then& more things, Handy … Continue reading

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Technological Revolution

Today I am going to talk about how technology has revolutionised our ‘revolutions.’ (Hope you noticed my lame attempt at a pun in the title.) In other words I am going to discuss the impact technology has had and is … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Culture

Below is my response to this week’s photo challenge: culture, which can be found at: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/04/26/photo-challenge-culture/ To start of with I would like to say that I am a British Indian. I live in England and have been born and brought … Continue reading

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The Chinese Internet-‘A Giant Cage’

I can pretty much gaurantee that this post will be blocked by the Chinese authorities. In this post I talk about the Chinese internet and censorship in China and the reason why I am writing this post is due to … Continue reading

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Eight Causes of Poverty

The eight causes of poverty are: Environmental Problems-e.g. Natural disasters, which mean whole communities, are seriously weakened and there is a large financial strain, which LEDCs don’t have the resources to overcome. Healthcare-poor healthcare leads to high infant mortality rates, … Continue reading

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Do we wish for China to prosper?

China has done great in the past decade, however it is coming to a point where its industry has peaked and its growth rate is slowly falling. What we need to decide in the Western World is whether we want … Continue reading

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Nuclear warfare-an imagination or possibility?

The Korean Crisis reminds many of the Cold War Era. Some say it is more threatening than the Cold War Era, but all I have to say is that it is very unlikely for this increasing tension to transform into … Continue reading

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“Give a man a fish and he can feed himself for a day, give him a fishing rod and he can feed himself for a lifetime.”

  There is a saying, “Give a man a fish and he can feed himself for a day, give him a fishing rod and he can feed himself for a lifetime.” The issue I wish to discuss today is aid and … Continue reading

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Weekly Writing Challenge: The State of the State

Some governments get involved in nearly every aspect of our life and this is how it should stay. The matter in question is freedom. I agree it would be nice to have freedom but when you mix together freedom with … Continue reading

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India is the most Technologically Advanced Country in the World

This is my satirical joke of the day. Hope you enjoy it:  The Indian, American and British leaders all met up. They had come together so that they could dispute which of their countries was the most technologically advanced. The … Continue reading

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