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Blame your Genes for your Poor Grades in School

Children’s ability to score better grades may be encoded in their DNA, say scientists who found that around two-thirds of individual differences in academic achievement can be explained by comparing genes.

For many years, research has linked educational achievement to live trajectories, such as occupational status, health or happiness.

However, researchers from the University of Texas in the US and King’s College London in the UK showed that genes have a substantial influence on academic success, from the start of elementary school to the last day of high school.

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Al Bagdadi in Most Powerful Man in world List

Baghdadi has a reputation as a highly organised and ruthless battlefield tactician, which analysts say makes his organisation more attractive to young jihadists than that of Zawahiri, an Islamic theologian.

In October 2011, the US officially designated Baghdadi as “terrorist” and offered a $10m (£5.8m; 7.3m euros) reward for information leading to his capture or death.

It notes Baghdadi’s aliases, including Abu Duaa and Dr Ibrahim Awwad Ibrahim Ali al-Badri al-Samarrai.

As well as the uncertainty surrounding his true identity, his whereabouts are also unclear with reports he was in Raqqa in Syria.

So there remain more questions than answers about the leader of one of the world’s most dangerous jihadist groups.

He emerged as the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq, one of the groups that later became Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS), in 2010, and rose to prominence during the attempted merger with al-Nusra Front in Syria.

He did not swear allegiance to the leader of the al-Qaeda network, Zawahiri, who had urged ISIS to focus on Iraq and leave Syria to al-Nusra.

Baghdadi and his fighters have openly defied the al-Qaeda chief, leading some commentators to believe he now holds higher prestige among many Islamist militants.

Zawahiri still has a lot of power by virtue of his franchises in Pakistan and the Arabian Peninsula and North Africa.


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Reservation in India

After independence. India’s affirmative action programme was launched in 1950 and is the oldest such programme in the world.
1951 – In the Case of state of Madras Vs. Smt.Champakam Dorairajan AIR 1951 SC 226 Court has Pronounced that Caste Based Reservation as per Communal Award violates Article 15(1). 1st  Constitutional amendment (Article 15 (4)) introduce to make judgment invalid.

Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel is Against of Reservation in India before & after it comes in rule of Indian constitution.He Found Reservation is not Construct the new India but its Destruction of India.

There are many countries who give facility of Reservation but in India they give reservation as per religion.

Reservations in Maharashtra as of 5 March 2015.

  Scheduled Castes (SC) (13%)
  Scheduled Tribes (ST) (7%)
  Other Backward Classes (OBC) (19%)
  Special Backward Classes (SBC) (2%)
  Vimukta Jati – A (3%)
  Nomadic Tribes – B (2.5%)
  Nomadic Tribes – C (3.5%)
  Nomadic Tribes – D (2%)
  General (48%)

Yes. There are many countries mostly developed countries.

Germany: Government felt that there is low participation of women on top positions in big companies so they recently came up with 30% reservation for women in these companies.

Similar measures have been introduced in other European countries including NorwayItaly and the Netherlands.

In 2012, the European Union Commission approved a plan for women to constitute 40% of non-executive board directorships in large listed companies in Europe by 2020.

Employment equity in Canada.

Positive discrimination policy in United Kingdom.

Affirmative actions in United States.

Brazil and Malaysia, among other countries, have laws and policies that address affirmative action in schools and throughout society.


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Job Creation


Mr Trump says he will create 25 million jobs over 10 years, saying too many jobs, especially in manufacturing, are being lost to other countries. He plans to reduce the US corporate tax rate to 15% from the current rate of 35%, and suggests that investing in infrastructure, cutting the trade deficit, lowering taxes and removing regulations will boost job creation

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Mr Trump has promised the biggest tax cuts since the Ronald Reagan era. He has pledged reductions across-the-board, promising working and middle-income Americans “massive” cuts.


The top 1% of earners would see their income increase by double-digits, while the bottom quarter gets a boost of up to 1.9%. But the Center for a Responsible Budget has also warned his plan would balloon the national debt.


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