Social GD Topics - Topics Set 1

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Social GD Topics

  • Are Big Dams Necessary?
  • Films are corrupting the Indian Youth
  • A Gandhian State selling liquor is an anomaly
  • Bride burning and dowry may look bad, but are an integral part of India.
  • Our Culture is Decaying
  • We are not serious about saving Wildlife/Environment
  • The education system needs serious reforms
  • The impact of MTV on our psyche
  • Showing Violence and Crimes should not be allowed in films and on television.
  • Let us legalize gambling
  • The Internet chains have come on the wings of science and technology but are no less restrictive for all that.
  • Secularism has become a tool to justify the wrongs done by the minorities.
  • Media is a mixed blessing/How ethical is media?
  • To fight AIDS, stop being coy about sex education.
  • What should India strive for- Westernization or modernization?

2 comments:

Ajeeth Kapoor said...

Ni Hau,


Allow me to show my gratitude bloggers. You guys are like unicorns. Never seen but always spreading magic. Your content is yummy. So satisfied.

I a beginner trying to practice after completing the codeacademy course. Right now im trying to do a guess a number game.

This is the instructions

The Goal: Similar to the first project, this project also uses the random module in Python. The program will first randomly generate a number unknown to the user. The user needs to guess what that number is. (In other words, the user needs to be able to input information.) If the user’s guess is wrong, the program should return some sort of indication as to how wrong (e.g. The number is too high or too low). If the user guesses correctly, a positive indication should appear. You’ll need functions to check if the user input is an actual number, to see the difference between the inputted number and the randomly generated numbers, and to then compare the numbers.

This is my code

Python Code:
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def guess(x):
it = randint(0, 101)
if x == it:
print("You got it!")
elif x > it:
print("too high")
else:
print("too low")
print guess(50)

Very useful article, if I run into challenges along the way, I will share them here.


Regards,
Ajeeth Kapoor

Radhey Radhey said...

Hey,

I learnt so much in such little time about Freshers World - Freshers Jobs. Even a toddler could become smart reading of your amazing articles.
I have requirement like

select COL1,Col2 from A
minus
Select COL1,COL2 from B;

both tables have 50+ millions record so I want to automate a job which will execute this query for 1millions records for one time and then again 1 millions for second time...like loop and store output in record type.

But nice Article Mate! Great Information! Keep up the good work!


Kind Regards,
Radhey

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