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POPULATION EXPLOSION!!!

No doubt India is a rich country, but inhabited by poor. The paradoxical statement underlines the fact that India is very rich in material and human resources, but they are not being utilized effectively and are being exploited. India is … Continue reading

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13,000 slices of bread; “DUMPED” everyday!

Bread is used by almost everyone around the world for breakfast, and Americans make up most of these people. But a recent study says that a shocking 13,000 slices of bread is wasted each day. Why? is the question…… British … Continue reading

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Respect for the Elderly…

On the occasion of World Elder’s Abuse Prevention Day on 15th June, Team CSA promotes the thought of well-being of the elder’s today. Spreading awareness about this sensitive issue is important today because, like always, We Care for them… Why … Continue reading

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When teaching finds a new meaning…

I am sure that everyone thinks that teaching is an easy job. If you think so then “YOU ARE WRONG”! In C.S.A., we have something called the Campus Tuition, where we the volunteers take classes for small children, who can’t … Continue reading

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The writing competition begins!!!

Hey there everyone… 🙂 C.S.A is inviting articles from all students to be posted on the CJC blog…. The best articles will be posted on the blog and the best among the best will be selected and the writer will … Continue reading

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Growing Beggary!

How to dissuade people from begging? What are the efforts we have put in so far? Why these efforts have proved futile? Can we hope that our children or grand children will not get to see beggars outside? A PERSON, … Continue reading

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Racing against the eye brow raiser – Racism.

“As you grow older you see white men cheat black men everyday, but it only shows that however rich he is, he is a trash.”-Harper Lee. Racism is not a new issue. People kept racist thoughts and wrote short stories, … Continue reading

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