The youth of today constitutes the majority of our country’s population. They’re the reason we are seeing a change in almost everything – politics, technology, start-up, entertainment. We’ve often heard many leaders on how they want to empower the youth of a country and how they can bring a tangible change around us. However, this ignites a question in my mind – are we limiting the definition of youth?
Today, as we celebrate World Youth Skills Day,
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Though India is progressing at a very rapid pace, there are some issues like education, poverty, diseases, etc. that are still on a continuous rise. When we talk about diseases, we tend to overlook the harm caused by mosquitoes. Cases of Malaria, Chikunguniya, Dengue, and other mosquito-borne diseases are still on the rise and hence, precautions need to be taken in order to control the spread of these diseases. Before we look into the preventive measures,