Monthly Archives: September 2016

Many people think regions affect successful persons. What is your opinion about native regions and accomplished person influence on the regions they belong to?

Many people think regions affect successful persons. What is your opinion about native regions and accomplished person influence on the regions they belong to?

Majority of people believe that the place in which they are brought up, influence the success of the person. I my viewpoint there is a deep impact of the native region on the person’s success. The region, in which a person grows, provides a conducive environment, ample amount of opportunities to learn and perform and provides access to multiple resources and facilities easily.

It has been seen that every person has strong memories of his childhood. A favourable environment in childhood helps the child to explore his passion and the area of interest. If this eagerness is nurtured properly, through a good environment, the child develops confidence to show up his talent when he grows up to an adult. To illustrate, Thomas Edison, Bill Gates, Dhirubhai Ambani are the perfect example who were nurtured with a helpful environment.

Secondly, it is noticed that a particular type of talent, hails from a specific area. For Instance, Brazil and Argentina has produced many legendary footballers. Similarly, in the field of academics, many Indians have brought laurels to the country. When a person is successful in a distinctive domain, he becomes a source of inspiration for many people and gradually the development of skills, resources and facilities starts picking up and opens the gates for many aspirants.

Finally, one can say that, when talent gets right amount of encouragement and environment to breed, it takes the shape of success and often achieves the impossible feat.

Contributed by Yogesh Parmar

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In under developed countries, tourism has disadvantages and can be said the opposite as well. Discuss.

In under developed countries, tourism has disadvantages and can be said the opposite as well. Discuss.

Globetrotting is quite common nowadays, and plays an important role in the growth of developing nations. In my opinion, the underdeveloped countries needs to promote tourism because, it boosts up the economy, generates employment and provides a great opportunity to promote art and culture.

Tourism is one of the strongest drivers of world trade and prosperity. In many countries, tourism acts as an engine for development through foreign exchange earnings and the creation of direct and indirect employment. Tourism contributes 5% of the world’s GDP. Tourism is the first or second source of export earnings in 20 of the world’s 48 least developed countries. In some developing countries, notably small island states, tourism can account for over 25% of GDP.

Tourism is a relatively labor intensive sector and is traditionally made up of small and micro enterprises. Many tourism jobs are potentially quite accessible to the poor as they require relatively few skills and little investment. People can get engaged in jobs like transportation, lodging, tour guides, entertainment, agents, planner, cruise line staff, curators, life guards and recreation workers to name a few. In addition to it tourists can get benefits from a wide range of sectors such as agriculture, handicrafts and language translators.

Finally, with tourism, exchange of culture, knowledge, art, and skills take place. Country like India attract many international tourists for its rich and diverse culture, spirituality, yoga, meditation techniques, naturopathy, fairs, festivals, cinema, dance and other art forms. Every nation has its uniqueness. It is up to the country to realize its strengths, which can be exploited for encouraging tourism and building relations.

Contributed by Yogesh Parmar

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Xenophobia has accelerated rapidly in the western countries. According to you what solutions can be proposed by government and individuals.

Xenophobia has accelerated rapidly in the western countries. According to you what solutions can be proposed by government and individuals.

Xenophobia is the fear and stigmatization of foreigners. People who look different, speak a different language, or have different customs can appear threatening to those who are used to only one particular ethnic group, lifestyle or set of behaviors. In the western countries xenophobic incidents has gained momentum. The main reason for this is the large scale immigration of the people across the globe to western countries for a better life. In my opinion, both government and individuals should take the responsibility to curb this menace. Government should show their political will, understand the sentiments of the people and educate the people. On the other hand individuals should elect a progressive leader, embrace diversity and organize against xenophobia

 Xenophobia results in discrimination, racism, and nationalism, which in turn inspire violence, hostility, and exploitation. It is the sheer will power of the government, how strictly it deals with it. It should prosecute hate crimes and hate speech. Furthermore, punishing the perpetrators sends a clear message that xenophobia is unacceptable. Getting assistance and support of law enforcement is crucial. Police are often untrained in how to address hate crimes or, worse, among the chief exploiters of refugees, migrants, and foreigners.  Many of the world’s worst atrocities – from the Holocaust to the Rwandan Genocide – have been inspired by xenophobic sentiments. Government should talk with its citizens and educate them about these historical facts will help prevent future outbursts of xenophobia.

On the other hand, individuals can also handle xenophobia at their level. They should get organized and united and put up their issues with the concerned authorities. Secondly, in this era of globalization, one should be ready to embrace diversity. Many people even go for intercultural marriages. Furthermore, if the individuals are not satisfied with the government, they can vote and elect a progressive leader. Lastly, people can take the help of media and social networking sites to spread awareness about the harmful effects of xenophobia.

In a nutshell, the complications that arises because of xenophobia can be dealt, when both government and individuals works jointly to eradicate it.

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