Sunday, July 6, 2008
Monday, June 23, 2008
Do you support euthanasia?... Even if you see a patient of terminally illness. Medical ethics or Bio-ethics may voice their point of view. But should we support the recommendation of Law Commission that mercy killing be legalized? It has raised an impassioned debate all over the
North Bengal Medical college and Hospital failed to cure a teenage girl, suffering from abdominal pain for years. She has appealed for mercy killing? What should be the suggestion for her life? In that case do we need a “right to die” law?
Every one has the right to death, just as an individual has the right to life. But what is the way out if the right becomes an obligation?
Friday, February 1, 2008
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Monday, January 28, 2008
The passage tells to you the change from tradition to trend. Maybe it is a big story to tell, but I try to explain you some respects of tradition towards trend. Sometime we see people experimenting to mix and match with those two waves. Many people mostly dislike this experiment. Every body is right in his sense. But let me ask you one thing, why do they oppose to the experiment? We have to acknowledge that trend grows with the touch of tradition. In other words, trend adds glamour to tradition. None of above can exists without each other. The conflict between two waves had been seen from the olden days. But conflict is still on.
Naturally we see experiments in our outfits to grow mix and match. I mean to say dresses, accessories, footwears etc.
I say, he is partly right. Did you forget the incident of Rajiv Gandhi's killing? Before that Indira Gandhi? Gujrat riot is not an exceptional case. Nandigram of West Bengal is now a new edition of it. Can we forget that??
Our hero(s) taught us to sacrifice round the life. But now we are not doing it. Now we are looking for our own interest. Such an incident may happen in India. What will heroism do then?
Sunday, January 27, 2008
E-commerce comprises transaction between business to business as well as business to consumers. So Intenet has made a broad market over web, which provides multiple benefits to both business organizations and consumers.
With the advent of the Internet people have enjoyed it. Now e-shopping is the most popular way of entertainment. They may prefer various ranges for comparing, choosing by a click on mouse button without moving out of house or office. So they can save their time and efforts. They may enjoy good discounts at lower prices. There is an opportunity in e-shopping to compare various models or brands at a same time. The conveniences of shopping are available at home.
When they are enjoying e-shopping, they may take off a few important things of it. First of all, there is no chance to bargain or negociate the pricing. The buyers need to touch or feel the product when they are thinking to buy it. Because sometime, the products, displayed on internet are indicative. Internet can not give the facility to touch the products before buying. So buyers can not be sure of the quality of the products.
There are other major barriers in e-shopping. Sometime buyers pay some extra charges which are quite hidden on Interent. The buyers are not sure of security of transactions or credit card misuse.
People are facing above barriers every now and then. Inspite of being the most popular platform for todays' buyers, it cann't remove those barriers. How do people rely on it? Yet this is the time of e-shopping boom!!