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Is Nicotine Dangerous

Nicotine in high doses acts as an effective nerve poison and can have a number of potentially harmful side effects. It is extremely physically addicting, though estimates on the exact degree of addiction ra ...

2 Comments. 15063 views since Sep 29, 2008

Money is the sixth sense without which one cannot enjoy other five

Small may not be beautiful all the time, but it is indeed complex, most of the times. I felt so after today's GD topic of whether 'Money can be the sixth sense that makes you enjoy the other five senses'. Initiating a discussion is like walking o ...

9 Comments. 10081 views since Feb 17, 2009

TV commercials should be banned

TV adverts during kids' programmes should be banned because children are getting too hung up about the latest toys and gadgets, a new report says. A group of experts looked at how kids live their lives for the report called The Good Childh ...

1 Comments. 7491 views since Feb 15, 2009

Group Discussion Topics

Use these hot group discussion topics next time you sit with your friends for a discussion. In India, students graduating from college should serve two years in the army. Television in India is turning people to wat ...

1 Comments. 6717 views since Aug 22, 2008

33 Percent Women reservation in parliament

The real test of democracy is the creation of equality of opportunity for the hither to deprived sections of society. It requires both a favourable social atmosphere and an individual attitude. Individual attitude and social atmosphere is a sort of rev ...

0 Comments. 6533 views since Mar 22, 2009

US Dollar is no longer a stable currency

Last January, US President George W. Bush began his second term in office by declaring foreign policy objectives with clear imperial overtones that seem to promise increasing violence and disruption on a worldwide scale. Aside from the on-going illegal ...

3 Comments. 6502 views since Mar 22, 2009

Is greed an essential human quality

Greed can be found in almost any culture or society in the world, but what is it and why has it become so widespread? Greed can be described as "an excessive desire to acquire or possess more than what one needs or deserves, especially with respect to ...

1 Comments. 5215 views since Jan 31, 2009

Indias population problem is not really a problem but an opportunity

India’s population is exploding and is likely to surpass China as the world’s biggest within a few decades. In a country where more than 25% of the people live in poverty, is that a good thing? One of the top executives at India’s premier pharma ...

0 Comments. 4449 views since Mar 21, 2009

A brief history of cricket

History of Cricket A rudimentary form of the sport can be traced back to the 12th century. Written evidence exists for a sport known as creag being played by Prince Edward, the son of Edward I, in England in around 1300. In 1598 there was ...

0 Comments. 4445 views since Oct 26, 2007

Food comes first, Ethics later

‘Ethic’ is an idea or moral belief that influences the behavior, the attitudes, and the philosophy of a group of people. Ethics can change from people to people. What one man considers as an ethic may be a sin for another. Food on the other hand is ...

3 Comments. 4148 views since Feb 17, 2009