Has it ever happened to you that when you pick a pen and a paper to analyse your monthly statement at the end of the month, you realise that your expenditure far exceeded your expectations? Then you think that maybe the month had been a bit more leisurely, and you resolve to compensate for it the next month. But Alas! Is it still the same? Continue reading “Financial Literacy”→
The world today is reeling under the vagaries of the Coronavirus Pandemic (Covid-19) which has claimed more than a million lives till now and where countries have kept their fingers crossed for the development of a potential vaccine
Hello everyone! Today while reading through the gruesome crime of human trafficking in the world and India, in particular, I was startled to see the massive figure. And this appealed me to dig a little deeper into the matter.
Women across the world remained unheard for time immemorial. It was largely as a result of an external domination accompanied by wilful submission. It gives me a sense of great relief to see that the situation at present
Emile Durkhein, the father of Sociology, wrote a wonderful thesis on Suicide. This becomes even more important to us today when the suicide rate globally is ever rising and despite our best efforts, we’re not able to contain it.
Durkheim has a great contribution in founding Sociology