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Can you give idea to fight poverty?

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Asked by BhagotS Bisht, 11 Jan '08 09:12 am
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FIRST OF ALL LET's NOT FIGHT POVERTY, LET US OVERCOME POVERTY.
1. EVERY ONE MUST SAY GOOD BYE TO LAZINESS.
2. DO NOT TALK ABOUT OTHERS,INSTEAD TRY TO THINK ABOUT SELF-IMPROVEMENT AND BUILD SELF-CONFIDENCE.
3. EVERY INDIVIDUAL HAS A HIDDEN TALENT,BUT IT POPS UP ONLY IN CERTAIN TIMES.. WE SHOULD TRY TO HUNT WITHIN OURSELVES WHAT WE ARE MOST INTERESTED IN... SOME PEOPLE LOVE COOKING/DRIVING/SOME ARE TALENTED IN MARKETING/OR SOLVING MINOR PROBLEMS IN SOCIETY... IT NEED NOT BE CONNECTED WITH EDUCATION, BUT THERE SHOULD BE AWARENESS ABOUT THE RECENT TIMES.SOME PEOPLE EVENTHOUGH NOT ENGINEERS HAVE TREMENDOUS KNACK OF REPAIRING AUTOMOBILES ,WHICH THEY LEARN BY OBSERVATION.... SO ON AND SO FORTH.. IF A PERSON IS HONEST IN HIS WORK AND SINCERE IT WILL DEFINITELY GIVE FRUITS....
Answered by vodithala kumar, 11 Jan '08 09:24 am

 
  
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As an individual
we can take steps for ourselves
Answered by anil garg, 11 Oct '09 01:12 pm

 
  
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Quality education is only way out
Answered by Bhavin Mehta, 11 Jan '08 09:14 am

 
  
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First become poor
Answered by chinmay, 11 Jan '08 09:13 am

 
  
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