NOTE: THE ARTICLE IS AVAILABLE IN YOUR DESIRED LANGUAGE, JUST SCROLL DOWN. A country in a quandary where millions and millions of people require assistance in one form or other, where buying newspapers, magazines, and books is a luxury, people being displaced, and the horrendous terrorism of mass abduction of school kids is intermittently growing … Continue reading What happened to beautiful Nigeria??
This story is really horrendous, and incidents like these happen on a large scale in almost all countries unnoticed and the only reason is- the victims’ fear, trauma, and criticism from the people around. They are too afraid to open and speak up and this all because they are deprived of love, affection, and attention from near dear ones. Every time I hear or read such life incidents it makes me really really sad that we are living in the 21st century and how people could be so mean, when the world is ready to set its feet on Mars, we still have prevailing problems like these.
It is because of the women that we exist and still, they are tortured to such acts.
A letter to parents from a parent. Please take the time to read this and feel free to share. We need to start a conversation about child abuse and the repercussions of what this can do to the victim later on in life.
Tonight I heard something that literally broke my heart. I can’t go into too many details but I’ll give you a basic run through of what I was told.
A young girl of around 17 was being physically abused by her parents. As a strictly religious household (I can’t say which religion), they felt she was doing things that to them was bad.
We are not talking about anything really bad. It was things like getting home 5 mins later than planned. Getting a grade less than expected in school. Not helping enough around the house etc etc.
She was expected to do a huge chunk of…
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Photo by Wendy Wei on Pexels.com Recently, China releases its National Consensus Data which records the lowest birth rate in the last few decades. The fertility rate of women (childbearing) has been dropped to 1.3. Experts stated that its … Continue reading China’s stance on birth rate
Recently there were some tensions in the region around west-bank with few clashes which cooled down after a while, but, it again rose at the end of the week hours before the annual MAY 10 Jerusalem Day procession by Jewish groups through the old city of East Jerusalem to mark the day, the territory was … Continue reading ISRAEL-PALESTINE CONFLICT
Also called pilsener or simply pills. It's a type of pale lager. Took it's name from Bohemian city of pilsen where it was first produced in 1842 by Bavarian brewer JOSEF groll and the reason behind it's production is very interesting. Many of us have had tasted a few beers which we didn't like at … Continue reading PILSNER:THE FAMOUS GERMAN BEER