Employing the Youth

It will continue to be a difficult one for young people seeking jobs. The global youth unemployment rate stands at 13%, which is three times higher than the figure for adults, which is 4.3%. This lack of job opportunities is one of the issues of greatest concern.

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A Tiny Threat : Microplastics

Microplastics have been accumulating in the environment for nearly half a century and are found in oceans worldwide, including in the Antarctic . Despite this worldwide dissemination of plastic fragments, the global load of plastics on the open ocean surface has been estimated to be far less than might be expected, but nevertheless increasing. Thus,…

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Third Industrial Revolution

A new industrial era, which The Economist describes as the Third Industrial Revolution, is under way. Enormous change is in the offing. At the moment, digitisation is creating a new mindset among industrial planners. On their computers, a designer and engineer team up to create a three-dimensional object. One of them clicks print, and in…

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Who Really Wins in a War ?

Wars break out for various reasons .According to experts, the main reasons or factors that contribute to wars are human greed for wealth and intolerance. the effects of war are both physical and psychological . Human society are deeply affected by wars as , as residential areas, public infrastructure , hospitals and the very basis…

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Who Killed the Newspaper

Researchers point to the rise of the Internet, smart phones, tables and web portals as factors in the declining circulation and revenues of daily newspapers. Many people prefer reading a newspaper even though they get news update on their smart phones or when they open their web browsers. Survey says – The reason is that…

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