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Posted on: 2015-03-22

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The thrill of an adventure — planned or unplanned — is unbelievable. The rush you get cannot be defined. What is that one adventure that you are dying for? Or have you already lived your dream? Why did you choose this adventure? Illustrate.

Posted on: 2015-03-15

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For a career-oriented woman, what could be the hindrances in her life? What are the best ways for her to solve the problems that crop up between her professional and personal life? Can she balance both lives equally while oscillating between the two roles?

Posted on: 2015-03-08

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All of us are always evaluating whether the other person is right or wrong. But any act/thing that you find right, could be deemed wrong by some other person, and vice-versa. Do you think there is any criteria to judge a certain thing/action/person et cetera? Explain.

Posted on: 2015-02-15

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Hobbies can be as simple as scrap-booking or expensive as collecting collectibles that only serious money can make possible. People are encouraged to get a hobby as many believe that our hobbies keep us occupied, interested in life around us, elevates our mood when we feel down, help connect people and make new friends. How do you feel about ho ...

Posted on: 2015-02-08

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Everyone by now knows what Valentine's Day is all about, so what is the definition of love for you? Is it just roses and hearts or something else? Illustrate Send your replies in not more than 200 words by Friday, February 13 by 2 pm to Features Department, The Himalayan Times, e-mail

Posted on: 2015-01-25

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How is it easier to be sad than happy. It doesn’t take much effort to be ‘sad’, but everyone loves to be happy regardless of the situation. What do you do to stay happy? How? Explain with an example. Send your replies in not more than 200 words by Friday, January 30 by 2 pm to Features Department, The Himalayan Times, e-mail

Posted on: 2015-01-18

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Rules are made to bring about discipline in society. But there are times when the person/group who makes the rule, bend it according to their convenience for their vested interests. Have you faced such a situation? Illustrate. Send your replies in not more than 200 words by Friday, January 23 by 2 pm to Features Department, The Himalayan Times, e ...

Posted on: 2015-01-11

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Freedom of speech and freedom of expression are fundamental rights. Do you think this right gives us the freedom to express and say anything we feel like, or where should we draw the line in our expressions? Why? Send your replies in not more than 200 words by Friday, January 16 by 2 pm to Features Department, The Himalayan Times, e-mail

Posted on: 2015-01-04

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Breaking up with someone — whether on good terms or not — is never easy. What if you meet your ex at an unexpected place and there was no way you could avoid it, how would you react? Would you hide or would you ignore the person as if you didn’t know him/her from Adam or would you amble up and start a ‘long time no see’ thing? Why? Send ...

Posted on: 2014-12-28

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Our children, like the adult population, are fans of different kinds of TV serials, masala movies and reality shows broadcast through the different television channels rather than children centred programmes. Such programmes are sure to make an impact on these innocent children. Should children be allowed to watch such programmes, or not? Why? S ...

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Though many countries have done away with capital punishment, some still think in its justice. Some feel that any other sentence other than capital punishment does not deliver justice. However, many feel that capital punishment is inhumane and should be abolished. What is your opinion? Give reasons.