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StoryMirror in conversation with author Niomi Nicole Salitico
 11 March 2019  
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Please give details about your initial education and forming years of lifeI'm only in my last year of sr. High school, nothing much special or big happened to me yet .How did you get interested in literature?I'm fond of reading ever since I can remember, I love fictions and magic because it makes life more colorful.What inspired you to write?Everything, myself mostly. I need something to let go of emotion I can't handle and poetry is the answer.What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work? Other people's criticism and my self-doubt... I have no confidence in my works.What is your view about the present-day literary work? It's pretty good for me. I love how literature improve just like technology is.Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers? Yes! IG's where Nikita Gill started (She's my most favorite poet)Please tell us something about your literary workI'm not yet working on stories or such.  But I'm giving my best on my poetries.What was your first literary work and how was it published? Not yet... It's not yet published, and my very first literary work is a fanfictionHow many ways literature can contribute to society in future? Many many many ways...Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world? Still aching to publish my works (will ya guys help me here?jk.)What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets? Hmmm... I'll leave this to the expertsWhat message would you like to give to aspiring new writers?Someday you will be someone's favorite author. Keep going darlingHow was your experience of writing on Storymirror?  Its’s full of excitement.Would you like to say something about Storymirror? Good job helping the writers on pursuing their (our) career. We are grateful.Here is the link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/ikhujexq/niomi-salitico/poems 

The Joy of Writing
 26 November 2018  
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The Joy of WritingWriting has always been a noble profession,for writing it brings fame,money,respect,popularity and power ,everything they want but only a true writer knows what is the meaning of writing,the actual joy of writing. Writing is an adventure of life where we drive here and there in our thoughtful realistic imagination.we make our own rules ,we become free like birds,where we make friends,make love.its a free life with ultimate freedom to write our own fate as we wish with bare fingers,to show the exact reality of this world behind false promises.its those painting of letters on blank white pages where we paint their laughter,tears,weariness,some blushing pink cheeks.where we creat our charecters through our visions,where there is no limit of unreal fantasies,where we share all untold secrets of life,truth of life,in a faith of our own truth,philosophy of life,the way we see the world.writing is the quickest way to share our thoughts,ideas,which inspires enough young minds,those piles must be hard to build future on it.For me It makes me just happy,Sometime writing gives our mind ease when we feel desolete like a lone plant in a desert and turn our silence to a Beautiful journey,it's the only way to connect with nature or this real world as we a good writer needs to feel every minute,everything he sees,every single tune he listen,every change in weather he feels,every scents and odours he smells,instead of some people blame us calling Escapist but we want to feel the world exactly how it should be,how God created it ,we never adapt any false doctrine of society, which differs from time to time.This could be a Fiction but i feel it more real than the real world itself.But the sole purpose of writing is not only living in a dreamlike state with unlimited joy rather its best use is in rectifying our minds,society by forcing us to see what's wrong with us.

Relationship
 9 February 2019  
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Surrounding is a key factor in everyone. In my surrounding everywhere marriage is going on.When it comes to my marriage, I'm afraid of marriage and started thinking about lots of things.I'm very much clear about my choices and my family choices but still, I'm in dilemma to get marry andmake a new family.I did some research for that.I found some answers from my heart and some from observing my family & friends and some from media.I asked myself some questions so many times- what is marriage, what is good for me,love marriage or arrange marriage and how I know I got the right person, etc?Different people define it in different ways. Not even sociologists are able to agree on a single meaning.According to me, love is God gifted, it's doesn't matter you got love marriage or arrange marriage,in every marriage life love is essential. It does not matter, you love someonebefore or after marriage, the fact is how much you love him/her, how much you sharing and caring.Marriage and family are key structures in most societies.I am going to share some of the important things to make a healthy marriage  -1.TrustJohn Gottman, one of the nation's foremost  researchers of marriages and families, says that "trust is essential to healthy relationships and healthy communities."If you have strong trust then your relationship is healthy nothing will harm your relationship.2.TogethernessSometimes you do what you like, and other times you do...what the other person likes.Maybe people will understand this is a compromise but it's actually the color of love.You spend time together doing things you both enjoy.Whether that's hiking, food tasting,  watching movies or listening to any song, or even working together.If one spouse is passionate about writing and reading then the other person should make time to read and give some tips to improve.3.Time ApartSometimes, giving space for each other is necessary.It is a boring life to spend 24 / 7 together and can't have separate interests and hobbies.you both understand, and respect, that you need time apart doing what you want to do.4. Attentiveness for each otherEven if u get the best chance for going somewhere or your favorite movie ticket,if your partner is not feeling well or he/she has some important work to do thendon't force.understanding each other's situation is the best part of your relationship.5.SharingSharing small things also gives more pleasure.If your situation is bad, don't hide it,since they will be there to comfort you and help you figure out ways to move on from this bad situation.6. Change OvernightDon't expect each other to change overnight.If your spouse is fat or thin or any bad habits they have then that won't make you feel ashamed or even expect you to change overnight.Make them understand that change is a process, and I will support you along the way.7. Do FightsDo some productive fights with him/her.This means listening to each other, understanding and respecting each other's viewpoints,and finding common ground so that you can strengthen your marriage.8. Value and GoalsShare each other's values and goals.I think it would be boring if a couple had the exact interests or personalities.so respect each other's interest and personality.Don't expect the same personality as yours.Let your spouse know how much you are proud of him/her. Celebrate his/her smallachievements.9. Helping each otherHelp each other to become more successful and to maintain a productive work-life balance. I saw in my family, a spouse is also your biggest strength in helping you achieve your goals and will do whatever they can, to help you overcome obstacles blocking your path to success in work and life. And they're genuinely excited when you succeed.10.Laugh“Against the assault of laughter, nothing can stand.” – Mark Twain.Make your marriage fun and happy. Tell some words which make your spouse cheer up.When life is stressful this the best way to cheer up.11. ListenListen to him/her rather talking more (vise versa).Your spouse needs the gift of your time and attention.When you listen generously, your spouse will feel secure in coming to you with their concerns, hopes, and fears.Once you’ve identified what your spouse is feeling—whether it’s anger, sadness, frustration,anxiety, or excitement—you can adjust your responses based on their emotional state.When our emotions go into a tailspin, it can be difficult to keep communication healthy.One way to build intimacy in your relationship is by sharing your thoughts and feelingswith each other and then responding to those disclosures in a way that makes you both feel good.12.Seek KnowledgeSeek knowledge from each other.You may don't have the same knowledge.The right person is someone who is interested in learning and growing intellectually by constantly seeking knowledge.13. Ask for helpNever hesitate to ask for help.Asking for help is not your weakness.When you ask your spouse for advice or help you're respecting and admitting the fact that they have more experience or skills in an area that you're not that familiar with.14.Financial goalsYou share the same financial goals.Even the greatest of relationship can end in a break up due to financial differences and concerns.You should both be on the same page when it comes to your financial goals, such as how much moneyyou need to live a happy and stress-free life and how you're going to save for retirement.Strong couples create and share budgets, as well as generate financial challenges for themselvesin order to put their finances in order.15.Physical AffectionThe ways in which we can express physical affection vary and more research is needed.Physical affection is related to lower blood pressure & releases feel-good hormones.One of the reasons why hugging, holding hands, and touching feel good to us is that these behaviors elevate our level of oxytocin, a hormone that reduces pain and causes a calming sensation.How important is physical intimacy in a relationship and what does it really mean?It’s an expression of love.Being physically intimate means more than simply heading to the bedroom with your spouse.Physical intimacy can range from eye-contact, holding hands, cuddling, and of course, sex.Physical intimacy involves a deep emotional connection.Having a deep connection to your spouse on this level helps build trust, boosts morale, and has many health benefits.

StoryMirror in conversation with author Pulkit Maheshwari
 22 February 2019  
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Q:Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life. A: I completed my initial education from the various hindi medium schools of Jaipur and then completed my engineering. Like most youngsters of India my forming years were a struggle between listening to my heart and family. I will talk about it more in my upcoming book.Q: How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write? A: For me it wasn't that difficult, I was writing whatever was coming in my heart and still I do the same only.Q: What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work? A: People have become more opened up and they are pouring their hearts out through their writing. Previous generations work was mainly about society, but today's generation work is mainly about life experiences.Q: What is your view about the present day literary work? A: Yes, certainly it did that and doing that as well.Q: Please tell us something about your literary work. A: My literary work is mainly based upon my life experiences and my emotions. How I fought through the long streak of depression has definitely given a direction and motivation to my writing.Q: What was your first literary work and how was it published? A: Couple of urdu poems and they got published because of the motivation and support from my soul mother.Q: How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?A: In every possible way.Q: Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?A: Hard to find some time to think that far.Q: What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets?A: Poets should be more opened in communicating and sharing thoughts. Also, they should help each-other by pointing out the mistakes and give suggestions for improvements. Q: What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers?A: Listen to your heart.Q: How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror?  A: It was a good exposure.Q: Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? A: It's good platform to support budding writers.Here is the link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/pemocbrh/pulkit-maheshwari/poems

StoryMirror in conversation with author Abhishek Gupta
 27 February 2019  
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Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life.I grew up in my hometown Khagaria, Bihar and got my primary education there. Then moved to Bokaro for secondary education in Commerce from Chinmaya Vidyalaya and did b.com from PGDAV College, Delhi University.How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?  While reading Chetan Bhagat's 'Two States' I got the epiphany to be a writer. I firmly believe in the power of words so to spread love and bring positivity inspired me to write.What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work? To find a platform for sharing my contents.What is your view about the present day literary work? It is growing in India and we still need to travel a long way.Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers? Yes, of course! Digital and social media is a perfect platform for creative writers to express themselves and reach a wider audience. Please tell us something about your literary work. My literary works are inspired by my own experiences and observations.What was your first literary work and how was it published? It was a short story titled 'Born With Enough' and it was digitally published on StoryMirror. How many ways literature can contribute to society in future? It can contribute in many ways and most importantly it can inspire every individual to become a better human being.Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?  Published author of at least three love sagas.What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets? By conducting different contests continuously.What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers? Read a lot and take time to understand the genre you want to write about. How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror?  It has been an amazing journey and most importantly through the contests StoryMirror has taught me the importance of perseverance and continuity.Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? Thank you for proving an amazing platform for amateur writers.Here is the link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/qbungmvg/abhishek/stories

Find Yourself
 26 November 2018  
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I see most people are busy judging others, passing Comments on others, its like they are not living in themselves but in others life, all secrets about other people, their happiness, their thoughts, their tragedy everything, we are so curious about those people around but are we curious about ourselves? .Do you ever give time to your self, criticising your own self ? You think that you know you, but you don't? if you spend 5 minutes to yourself that's enough for a day to understand your soul, I promise. it's your life. Even not only we criticise others we fear, feel embarrassed most of the time what others will think of me, this is working in both ways. Can we not stop this habit? can we not start living in ourselves?.No third party will help you improve your life so why thinking too much. Live in your passion and be honest to yourself that the only way to improve your quality of life.we don't live much as we always complain about it but if we just use our time whatever left in a day with ourselves, I can say that would be the best time for us.we always think either in past or future even its difference is in fraction of seconds. But when you start living in present you will feel true living.that's the moment you touch reality. because that time you are living in yourself, there should be a purpose of life which is greater than life and you strive for it.you are not trying to prove to the world who you are but to yourself, to find yourself. that's the best journey, and if you are true yourself than nothing can stop you to be happy, to be successful the way you want to be. Because at that time you will feel how individual you are, how unique you are and how different you are. And this way your behavior to others will be changed also, you will feel not only your individuality but every human on earth, because they are all individual, they deserve respect, love, protection just like you need. So Be SIMPLE to yourself, be ALIVE in Your heart and most important be HONEST.

Cisco CCNA Certification: Error Detection vs Error Recovery
 4 October 2019  
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Passing the CCNA, Introduction, and ICND test is tied in with knowing and seeing the subtleties. (Which bodes well, since turning into an ace systems administration overseer or designer is likewise about seeing the subtleties!) One such detail knows the contrast between mistake recognition and blunder recuperation. While the terms are once in a while utilized reciprocally, they are not something very similar.Blunder identification is only that - mistake discovery as it were. Two normal mistake location strategies are found at the Information Connection layer of the OSI model, the FCS (Casing Check Succession) and CRC (Patterned Repetition Check). A scientific condition is kept running against the information in the casing, and the outcome is sent alongside the information. The collector runs the condition once more, yet this time. On the off chance that the outcome is the equivalent, the edge is viewed as legitimate; if the outcome is extraordinary, the edge is viewed as degenerate and is disposed of.Note that the FCS and CRC do nothing with respect to retransmission. They are carefully mistake recognition plans.For a case of blunder recuperation, we look to the Vehicle layer, where TCP runs. TCP performs solid conveyance, and the explanation we call it "dependable" is that TCP uses arrangement numbers to identify missing fragments. In the event that the sender decides from the arrangement numbers that the remote host didn't get transmitted portions, the sender will retransmit the missing sections.The way to keeping the terms straight in your mind is to recall that while both mistake discovery and blunder recuperation both identify issues, just mistake recuperation takes care of business. It's additionally worth perusing a test question twice when you see either term!AS000020 practice exam1D0-61A.pdf exam reviewCWSP-205 cheat sheetA2040-922 test pdf answersC9560-655 latest dumps70-741 Networking with Windows Server 2016 mock examPass4sure practice test downloadC2010-504 brain dumps70-494 Re for MCSD: Web Applications test answers98-365 Networking Fundamentals Seo Audit test pdf answersHPE2-T33 HPE Converged Solutions real testSeries-6 cert pdfACP-200 Confluence Administrator reading practice testTB0-118.pdf actual test pdfC8060-220 full version fileFree new dumpsPass4sure latest dumpsHPE6-A40 Aruba Certified Mobility Expert 6.4 Written pass guaranteedNew test questions642-887.pdf exam pdf answersC9060-528 questions pdf70-246 Configuring and Deploying a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 Seo Audit cbtCHT Business Architecture Guild Seo Audit study guideTawk exam collectionC1000-041 exam pass assurance

I am human
 16 June 2019  
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On occaision of father's day. I am a human.I am a citizen of India.I am not criminal.I am a farmer of this nation.I am a voter.I am requesting you to treat me as one citizen of nation.I am not feel that I am living in a democracy.even I am a part of nation.everywhere lying scattered heart,heartbreak, houses by infected mind,a house of dung piles.they don't have care for other.they dug up money.collect money through gambling and smuggling people.even though they are respected person in society.they get tax free.they get exception from everything.they don't steal heart, but they Rob heart of humanity. They aren't afraid God.they don't measure good and had.they make themselves slaves of their own.they are affluent.spend lavishly money on party, marriage ceremony.but even they do scare of small ants.they loot and Rob our freedom and generosity. They do come and wear disguise face of royal person.donate both hand open heartedly. They double their amount through finance company. First they soothe our sorrow, condolence.they show you crocodile eye.then we bow before them.Then we melt before them.bend before them.put them on our house wall their photo as' caretaker' framed them as our God messenger. They open small finance company to respect for drought affected farmers.and filled loan forms and thumbed on stamp paper.then they recover double amount from us. If we unable to pay principal loan, they send extortion people or goons to collect money.they threaten our family. Then they sealed our land and house.they stamped us as' loan defaulter' Farmer could not repay loan, they hanged themselves and poisoned themselves. Then drought affected committee established by them.take a look into matter seriously.they take chance of situation. They charge double amount what actual they paid farmer.then their representive send to chief to loan waiver committee.and waive over who have committed suicide. Who get profit from? Farmer or small finance company, money lender or drought affected farmers. They confiscate land.they bully them they torch them.create 'pay or die' situation. Finance give loan half what actually sanctioned by committee.by thumbing or signature on stamp paper they don't know intention of finance giving loan behind. Farmer do not read paper.and blindly signed and thumbed up paper.financer doubled principle and interest .they forged loan paper and send to sanction to loan waiver authority. Fiancee get triple profit and return money.who lost their property is farmer often all.he hanged himself and poisoned.family lost bread earner. Again new finance company establish and bribe farmers to take a loan without interest.they well up money by establishing plan finance in every drought affected village.fraud them.confiscate land in every nook and corner. Salute to farmer

Brother Printer Customer Support | +1-844-636-0656
 20 August 2019  
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Brother Printers is a famous brand when it comes to printers. It has a large customer numbers and quality services. In the whole world, Brother printers consider as a number one reputated printer company. But sometimes the user will face a lot of complex issues in using it. And that is why user need brother printer customer support. The most common issue related to the Brother Printer are given in below terms.1. Image Quality is Poor: When it comes to printing, there are many big chances when the outcome image quality is poor and dull. There can be incomplete outcome image, images with marks, poorly aligned images, images out of proportion. And there are high chances when colour photos comes with lack of colours or incomplete colours.2. Paper Jam: These issues are caused by the paper tray. When there is a misalignment of paper in respect to the tray it can cause paper jam. There can be issues with the outlet through with the paper published.3. Outdated Drives: Drivers are the essential for every printer. But drivers are outdated or not updated it means printers cannot be able to function.4. Low-ink false alarm: This is the problem caused by when the ink cartridge is sufficient and the printer still showing the low-ink warning. These warning are a false warning and it can throw a user off the guard.5. Slow Speed: Sometimes the printer will run and read incomings slowly. It is completely annoying for every user. The slow speed can be a result of the low quality of papers and unsupported papers.6. Printer Not Found: There are several times when printers are connected to the system yet it is still showing printer not found cautions. This happens due to unsupported drivers and outdated drivers.7. Printer Not Printing: Sometimes printers act as a fail hardware and do no tasks. In this case, printers are unable to read any command proceed by the system.Printers are very useful products but come with many technical problems in both software and hardware. In the world of machines printer problems are quite complex in nature. There can be issues with the system or issue with printers or issue with drivers. In such cases instead of wasting time and energy by going out to technicians, users can avail the Brother support. Our Brother printer driver help service has industry experts to deal with and solve your printer problems. For a quick solution, call at [+1-844-636-0656] and consult your problems with experts.

Love Rebooted
 25 February 2018  

What is love? This is the question which has been answered so many times by so many people and yet still people say it’s complicated. Love is nothing but a feeling of care, a feeling of togetherness, a feeling of trust, a feeling we all crave for. There comes a time in everyone’s life when we need somebody just to talk, just to be with, to share everything we are going through and that person has got to be the special one. It may be hard to find that someone special but once you find that person let him/her go will be even harder.There was a time when relationships are meant to last longer as compared to the latest trend, and one of the reasons was, purity of love. People in those days believed in love, nowadays true love seems to be a hoax. This is the only feeling which makes you realize that you are not alone, sometimes it’s better to be with someone who loves you rather than the person you love. Simple logic is you can fall in love with a person who loves you but you can’t make someone fall for you. Everyone will eventually fall in love and if you think that the person you love is the right one, never let that person go. Share your feelings maybe he/she have same feelings for you. There are people who say being single is healthy but being in love is the sweetest feeling one can have. Once you fall in love with somebody, you only want more. One of the most important thing about love is it has no forms, but different perspective. We love our family, we love our friends, we love ourselves or we love someone else the only difference is of perspective; you care for all those people, you like hanging with them, you trust them all, and that is love.Well, there are couples who love each other truly, and their love only becomes stronger with time. Relationships have fights and they are healthy because it shows how much the other person loves you, how much he/she cares for you. There’s nothing wrong in fights but blocking each other’s space isn’t right. If you love someone then respect his/her decisions, you cannot force someone to change just for you. Make that person comfortable, confident, independent, special and never leave until nature does. Don’t worry if you fail in love once, just don’t lose your belief, you probably haven’t met the right person yet. Keep trying, keep loving. 

Cisco CCNP / BSCI Exam Tutorial: OSPF Router Types
 5 October 2019  
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When you're getting ready to breeze through the BSCI test while in transit to the pined for Cisco CCNP confirmation, you can be immediately overpowered by the sheer measure of BGP and OSPF learning you should exhibit a dominance of. One lot of subtleties that some BSCI and CCNP competitors disparage are the contrasts between the OSPF switch types. The OSPF switch types appear to be direct enough, yet what you should remember is that a switch can fill more than one of these jobs!An OSPF Interior switch has one guideline - it must have every one of its interfaces in a solitary zone. It doesn't imply that region must be Zone 0.An OSPF Spine switch is a switch with in any event a solitary territory in the OSPF spine zone, Zone 0. A switch can be both an Inside and Spine switch if every one of its interfaces are in Zone 0.A Region Outskirt Switch has at any rate one interface in Territory 0 and another interface in a non-spine region. ABRs are likewise one of two switch types that can perform OSPF course synopsis. (To publicize an outline course starting with one OSPF region then onto the next, utilize the region range direction on the ABR.)At long last, an ASBR is an OSPF switch that is performing course redistribution by infusing courses from another source into the OSPF space. This is the other OSPF switch type that can perform course rundown; to outline courses being redistributed into OSPF, utilize the synopsis address direction on the ASBR.There are a few directions you can use to decide the switch types in a given OSPF territory. The order "show ip ospf" will show a lot of data with respect to the neighborhood switch, and this incorporates whether that switch is going about as an ABR or ASBR. To see the courses to the ABRs and ASBRs from the nearby switch, run "show ip ospf outskirt switches".SCOR-P Practice test1z0-482 real dumps210-065 free pdf304-200 Practice test300-135 latest dumpsMB2-185 pass guaranteedC2180-278 mock examVCS-323 kill examAZ-302.pdf exam cramICBB test questions1D0-621.pdf real questions1D0-623 practice exam1z0-500 free testCCA131 exam cramPass4sure reading practice testDES-4331 test pdf answersNew cert pdfLOT-441 vce engineMB6-702 free pdfCSSGB practice questionsHP2-B126 Selling HP Printing Hardware practice test00M-654 cheat sheets1Z0-525 examcollectionOG0-023 test pdf answersCIMA-F1 Financial Reporting and Taxation kill exam

Specific needs of German and Swiss techies are expanding the remote staffing business
 15 November 2019  
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In the era of outsourcing, remote staffing agencies are reaping the benefits of business growth andexpansion. But how can we say this? We can simply say this based on evidence. For instance, in 2019 a rise in the demand for offshore staff on the part of many German and Swiss companies has been thoroughly observed. Such need has paved the way for remote staffing agencies, mainly in the emerging economies of Asia Pacific region, to hunt tech companies in Germany and Switzerland, revealing before them the actual need and benefits of recruiting offshore staff.But why are majority of German and Swiss tech companies getting inclined toward recruiting offshore staff?There are certain reasons why a majority of German and Swiss tech companies are now looking for offshore staff. The primary reason behind such outlook is the cost-efficiency of the process of having offshore staff. In this respect, it must be said that a good number of German and Swiss tech companies have felt the need of reducing the cost of staffing and investing more in research and development. This need analysis and its outcome has propelled such companies to look up to remote staffing agencies operating in emerging economies that provide access to a potential talent pool at a cost that is both effective and affordable.What will be the benefits of such offshore staffing?The majority of German and Swiss companies that are now willing to transfer the responsibility ofemployee recruitment to remote staffing agencies will actually enjoy the benefit of having a workforce that feels more connected with technology. Such connection will eventually strengthen the core businesses of the concerned tech companies operating in Germany and Switzerland. In the past few years it was observed that many tech companies in Germany and Switzerland are suffering from the problem of employee attrition. And it was found that lack of productiveness was compelling those companies todownsize their workforce. Keeping in mind the need of having productive employees, such companies are now resorting to the process of offshore staffing, owing to the fact that such process gives rise to the accumulation of more productive employees who feel satisfied with the flexibility in the work arrangement. This has helped the concerned companies to reduce employee turnover in a thorough and explicit manner.And it is owing to the aforesaid benefits that can be accrued through the process of resorting to offshore staffing that a majority of tech companies in Germany and Switzerland are looking forward to obtain more offshore staff and to thereby enhance the mode of their business operations.

StoryMirror in conversation with author Yashfeen Asif
 4 March 2019  
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Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life.Got the privilege of being bought up in two different countries. I did my Honours in Linguistics and Masters in Business Administration.How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?  Reading and listening to stories has always been a passionate hobby of mine.  It was out of mere curiosity of reading a story as per my taste, that I started my hand at writing.What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work? Getting a right platform to showcase my work and getting established as a writer in this competitive market.What is your view about the present day literary work? A lot has been done and a lot more needs to be done. Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers? A very big YES! Along with opportunities social media has also provided courage to people like me to try their hand at writing.Please tell us something about your literary work. So far I have three books under my name and been published in four anthologies. What was your first literary work and how was it published?  I started my literary journey with a novel, but the work which was published in a book format was a self published poetry book "Bittersweet Lines". Later on my first novel "The Billionaire's Pursuit" was picked up by FicFun Inc to be published in an e-book format on their website. How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?The only answer to this question is INFINITE.Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?Hmm. I guess as a full time established writer.What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets?Conducting more and more engaging competitions starting right from the school levels.. What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers? If you are passionate about it, keep on writing without thinking about its outcome. Just write what you want from heart, pave your own path don't follow or copy others, create your own identity, rest shall follow.How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror?  Writing on Storymirror has always been a pleasure. With its ever engaging competitions, whenever you feel like giving up or you're stuck they'll pop up with something new, bringing out creativity to a whole new level.Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? Amazing platform for amateur writers to showcase their work along with endless opportunities.Here is a link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/6sjazbqi/y-a-indie-indie/stories

StoryMirror in conversation with author Sara Garg
 5 March 2019  
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Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life:-I have done B.sc. and after that MBA with almost 1.5 yrs of experience in HR field.How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write? :- When I see things or situations, thoughts come automatically in my mind.What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work? :- Just a right word at right place and arranging the phrases is the difficulty I face . I also face time management problem because  creative writing need time.What is your view about the present day literary work?:-Talking about present day, I think it is straight forward, creative and more innovative.Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers? :- Yes, absolutely. Social media has made so easy for any writers to come up with creative stuff on their own and can build their own image with their writing.Please tell us something about your literary work:- When any thought come in my mind then I start working on it with my words. Mostly when I get up at 4:00 AM then new thoughts come in my mind.What was your first literary work and how was it published?:- My first literary work was blog "LEARN POSITIVITY FROM NEGATIVITY" and I published it on wordpress.How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?:-Literature have a great impact on society. In future with the help of literature, we can the change the mindset of people.What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets? :- Develop a place where people can share their work and other people do motivate their work.What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers? :- 1. Don't bother people read your content or not, just write and write only.   2. Write either quote or story or poem or blog or one line or article or whatever you want but write daily.How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror?  :- First time I write story and poem only here because prior to that I wrote only quote and blog and I really enjoyed writing here . Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? :- Well this is a big platform for stories/poem . The way you all support us on daily basis is amazingly beautiful. One thing I especially like you solve all my queries within 24 hours.Here is the link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/lj3qfyrn/sara-garg/stories 

How Boarding Schools Enhance Students' Skill
 31 July 2019  

Just as’Time never stops for anybody’ Likewise ‘Learning never ends at boarding schools’. Lessons extend beyond the walls of the classroom to encompass social skills, independence, tolerance, self-confidence & much more. That’s why top boarding schools like Ecole Globale & The Asian School, Dehradun aim to shift the focus away from purely academic education instead supporting the broader development of the whole person. Reich Hoffman once said, “I think boarding schools are like miniature versions of “Lord of Flies”.Listed below are some essential skills that need to be developed while studying in a boarding school.1. Independence & Personal ResponsibilityStudents in boarding schools learn how to become responsible for themselves & to their belongings/ possessions. In this way, they develop good characteristic traits like self-reliance, independence, forgiveness, etc.2. Promote Work ethics, Tolerance & Acceptance of societyBoarding schools teach children essential skills that they will need to thrive outside the classroom, school & in society.These schools have a well-deserved reputation/ name & fame for academic excellence that encourages in them disciplined work life & good study habits. For this, the part of the reason is the outstanding passion & professionalism of instructors that children will encounter in boarding schools.3. Healthy educative environment with safety & protectionResponsibility of a boarding school goes far beyond normal day schools. Boarding school has to ensure that children feel safe & protected while they get a healthy and progressive environment which is more conducive towards learning.Boarding schools enhance the performance of average & below average students as their teaching methods are different. They prepare students to move into the real world. They enhance students’ performance in different ways.Thus, in these ways boarding schools promote/enhance skills of students.Considering all these good factors in mind, there are 2 boarding schools in Dehradun which are world-wide famous for providing top-class education along with best residential facilities which include academic as well non-academic part.The Asian School in Dehradun is a co-educational day boardingschool which educates children form Nursery till Intermediate.  Opportunities here encourage students’ sense of environmental awareness & self-esteem. They are taught life survival skills & respect for nature.Ecole Globale International School is an exclusive all girls’ boarding school in Dehradun which is famous for offering good education to its students since its establishment. Situated in Dehradun this boarding school provides both academic & non-academic activities which help students in developing various life skills needed in their future life.CONCLUSION: Every child is different & unique, to some, social skills while boarding schools are also unique in their own most ways. Now, assume yourself, are boarding schools good for children or not? 

Cisco CCNP / BSCI Exam Tutorial: OSPF Router Types
 4 October 2019  
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When you're getting ready to breeze through the BSCI test while in transit to the desired Cisco CCNP affirmation, you can be immediately overpowered by the sheer measure of BGP and OSPF information you should show a dominance of. One lot of subtleties that some BSCI and CCNP up-and-comers disparage are the contrasts between the OSPF switch types. The OSPF switch types appear to be direct enough, however what you should remember is that a switch can fill more than one of these jobs!An OSPF Inside switch has one standard - it must have every one of its interfaces in a solitary zone. It doesn't imply that zone must be Region 0.An OSPF Spine switch is a switch with at any rate a solitary territory in the OSPF spine region, Zone 0. A switch can be both an Inner and Spine switch if every one of its interfaces are in Territory 0.A Region Outskirt Switch has at any rate one interface in Territory 0 and another interface in a non-spine zone. ABRs are likewise one of two switch types that can perform OSPF course synopsis. (To promote a synopsis course starting with one OSPF zone then onto the next, utilize the zone territory order on the ABR.)At long last, an ASBR is an OSPF switch that is performing course redistribution by infusing courses from another source into the OSPF space. This is the other OSPF switch type that can perform course rundown; to abridge courses being redistributed into OSPF, utilize the synopsis address order on the ASBR.There are a few directions you can use to decide the switch types in a given OSPF region. The direction "show ip ospf" will show a considerable amount of data with respect to the nearby switch, and this incorporates whether that switch is going about as an ABR or ASBR. To see the courses to the ABRs and ASBRs from the nearby switch, run "show ip ospf outskirt switches".70-765 Provisioning SQL Databases real dumps 20191Z0-559 certkillerProgramming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3 test prep156-110.pdf dumpsEX0-105 TMap NEXT Test Engineer Seo Audit real dumps 2019250-437 cheat sheets70-411 mock examCIMA-P1 Organisational Management Seo Audit pdf download156-915-80.pdf bootcampP2070-072 IBM Information Management InfoSphere Content Collector Technical Mastery Test v1 vce exam simulator 2019NS0-591 new dumps300-160 test questionsPass4sure reading practice testPEGACMBB cbt642-996 test questions70-764 exam cramRCDD dumpC2180-274 vce exam collectionA2030-280 Accessment: IBM Cloud Computing Infrastructure Architect V1 cheat sheets70-356 prepawayC2010-502 IBM Endpoint Manager for Mobile(R) Devices V2.1 Implementation brain dumpsw-8 certification test prepPEGACSSA74V1 pass guaranteed1Y0-500 recent dump fileTMSTE course content

Cisco CCNP / BSCI Exam Tutorial: OSPF Router Types
 5 October 2019  
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When you're getting ready to breeze through the BSCI test while in transit to the pined for Cisco CCNP accreditation, you can be immediately overpowered by the sheer measure of BGP and OSPF information you should show a dominance of. One lot of subtleties that some BSCI and CCNP competitors think little of are the contrasts between the OSPF switch types. The OSPF switch types appear to be clear enough, however what you should remember is that a switch can fill more than one of these jobs!An OSPF Interior switch has one standard - it must have every one of its interfaces in a solitary zone. It doesn't imply that zone must be Zone 0.An OSPF Spine switch is a switch with at any rate a solitary zone in the OSPF spine zone, Zone 0. A switch can be both an Inside and Spine switch if every one of its interfaces are in Zone 0.A Territory Outskirt Switch has at any rate one interface in Region 0 and another interface in a non-spine zone. ABRs are likewise one of two switch types that can perform OSPF course outline. (To promote an outline course starting with one OSPF region then onto the next, utilize the territory range order on the ABR.)At long last, an ASBR is an OSPF switch that is performing course redistribution by infusing courses from another source into the OSPF area. This is the other OSPF switch type that can perform course outline; to abridge courses being redistributed into OSPF, utilize the synopsis address order on the ASBR.There are a few directions you can use to decide the switch types in a given OSPF region. The order "show ip ospf" will show a lot of data with respect to the nearby switch, and this incorporates whether that switch is going about as an ABR or ASBR. To see the courses to the ABRs and ASBRs from the neighborhood switch, run "show ip ospf fringe switches".AHM-520 recent dump fileC9530-001 IBM Integration Bus V9.0, Solution Development Seo Audit dumps freeAdwords-reporting new dumpsCPA actualtest pdfHPE6-A47.pdf cert pdfC2180-606 classroom training500-801 study toolsVCAP5-DCD boot campMOS-O2K Microsoft Outlook 2000 practice test downloadHPE6-A45 Implementing Aruba Campus Switching Solutions bootcampNew practice test downloadDesigning, Deploying and Managing Citrix XenMobile 10 Enterprise Solutions real questions9A0-411.pdf test questions and answersCAS-002 latest dumpsMB6-890 brain dumpsE22-265 latest dumps712-50 Practice testCOA-01 OpenStack Foundation COA Exam Jsfiddle questions pdfC9010-022 braindumpsTechnology Literacy for Educators test prepC2010-511 online testMCE-001 OCM50 Associate Level OpenStack Certification Exam Seo Audit test prep810-403 study guide650-395 study tools1z0-335 test prep

Review on the movie - Dangal
 20 April 2018  

'Dangal' in hindi, but you can call 'Wrestling' in English. We all are wrestlers in real life, coz we fight with our fears, failures, we fight for our dreams, success, we fight for our love, our near ones, dear ones & much more. Wrestling is not so easy, one has to put in hard efforts, one has to give away sleep & work dedicately towards the goal. The journey is painful & their is always learning in each small step that you take towards your goal. It really needs a big heart to give away entire time & life for shaping the career & moulding it into the finest piece. No other can do that for you except our parents. We at times do question them, we doubt them , we blame them, but the fact is , whatever little they had, they spend that little on us. In todays scenario a child often forgets the pain that parents took to upbring them. No other can trust you as much as our parents does & no other can motivate us except our parents. Even if the entire world is against us, we have parents who stand firm with us. We should always be kind, grateful, thankful & shld show our respect by showering our love & care towards them. The other fact of the society is male dominating, inspite of being educated. We give more encouragement to son in sports or any other field & less to girls. The state fund raised for girls in sports shld be easily approved & available but this corrupted ppl eat funds & fill their own pockets. Girls need to fight with the society & ppl around to prove that they are not less then boys & thoughts towards them are wrong & has no base. Girls are not only born to get marry & do household cores. Parents must take initiative to make their daughter realise of their own worth, potential & value. I salute to the parents who encourages their daughters into sports, singing, dancing or any other field. I feel proud to see parents fighting for the daughters for their rights & equality. The movie emphasis on the thoughts of the society towards girls whether its sports, whether giving birth to girl child etc etc. If given opportunity girls can be much better than boys & we can shape their career, passion & their life. The movie is humorous, it has drama, it has fun, aggression & passion for sports & it has undying spirit of hope & a strong message to the society 'Let her Live' & she can do wonders & create history. The movie is awesome & aamir was superb with his role of being father of two proud daughters geeta & babita. Our society needs more such inspiring father to create more such stories. I give 4.5 star to this movie. Do go & watch & be wrestler to cope up with your life...😊

StoryMirror in conversation with author Priya Singh
 7 March 2019  
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Q:Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life. • I have always been the travel kid. So, my education has always been for like three or four years at some place and other three or four years at other places. I spent my nursery education till 4th grade in my village in U.P. after that I started my 5th grade from Kanpur and studied there till 7th grade and then I moved to Ballia and studied there from 8th grade to 10th. then again, I moved here in Odisha and currently doing my (10+2) in Bhubaneswar. This is my second year. Examination have been started, today was my first exam. Hope everything goes well. Q: How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?   *  I don't know exactly what inspired me to start writing. At that time when I was in Kanpur, I was in 7th grade, a kid’s magazine named "KIDZ HERALD" used to get published. In that magazine a column would contain the written works of kids when I saw that column, I too wanted to publish but I didn't have any written poem or anything of that type. So I, at that time developed a feeling to write. I would copy along the lines of poems given in my books and try to write a poem or write whatever I used to watch on the television, though I never published one in any magazine. I just used to write from then on. It was in the previous year that is 2018 when I started writing on your site.Q: What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work? • Scary thoughts, they sometimes make me question that if the course of writing I am considering is good for me or not. Due to this most my stories are still left incomplete. whenever I start writing anything, I get thoughts like will people love my writing? will they like it? would people hate me? I write worst. I can’t write well and many other negative thoughts like this which sometimes makes me stop writing.Q: What is your view about the present-day literary work?  *  I think the present literary work covers a wide aspects within it because today we can write about politics or religions and put our opinions freely without having to suffer through any punishment. years ago writing was censured by religion branches like church or the king and if books were found against them, they used to punish the writer or sent them to exile. but now we are free to write our opinions in our book. the book " Accidental Prime Minister” is a great example.Q: Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers? • Yes I do think that emergence of social media has given us writers a new opportunity as  before, we used to write at home and we only  had options to publish our work in Magazines or go to publisher which needed a lot of paperwork. But now it's different, we with the help of free writing  social sites, we can easily just open the app and write whatever we want and also be secured of our literary work to be not stolen by anyone. Also we can get a huge number of readers and their reviews. Q: Please tell us something about your literary work. *  I mostly write poems  in free style cause you know I am very week at following rules. Right now I am also  trying my hands out at Haiku and flash fiction.          Also I am interested in science fiction and was currently writing one, but due to my exams I have taken a total break from literature as a whole.Q: What was your first literary work and how was it published? •  As I have already told before I first started writing what I saw on Television. Like If I used to watch a movie, I used to write it in paper whatever I saw.  So, my first literary work was, I wrote a T. V.  serial which I daily used to watch, and I never published it cause you know copyrights. If you are Talking about first literary work to get published, the it is one of my poem in your Anthology book. Q: How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?• Literature can have a very powerful impact on people reading it in many ways. It can help fight social issues and bring social Change worldwide not only in future but also in present too. we all know that " A pen is mightier than sword".Q: Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?• I want too see myself in the category of Best seller writers. Hope God listens to my wish and I keep doing my  hard work.Q: What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets?•  According to me the ways to build community for poets are:-     1. Keeping it local:-Some of the communities which are tightly knit is not just because they share each other's opinion or respect each other ideas or the forms of writing but also because  they know each other by face. I think it will be better to form local poet group from a region where they meet each  once in a week.   2. This is very important point mostly I have seen communities focuses on a particular prose or a form of writing. In such a big community you can't expect everyone to write in same form or style. There are many forms like flash fiction, Haiku ,Tanka etc....Q: What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers? • on the basis of of my writing experience. I have always got the fears like will people read my work? Will people like my work? Or thoughts like I write worst (as I already mentioned above) haunts me and makes me hopeless and search for inspiration here and there. So in this regard I want to say look for inspiration inside you. The best inspiration is the self-inspiration. Don’t let these fears hinder your path of writing and if they ever come and haunt just tell them "I know I write best and of course people will read and love my writings." Shoo away your fears, scold them and get to writing.Q: How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror? • Story mirror has been a great platform to support me in this writing job.  Before joining this site I used to write once in week and sometimes weeks ended and I don't used to write don't  get time to write but  then I joined story mirror's 52 weeks  writing challenge, which inspired me to write every weekday and it made me into habit of writing but as of now I am mostly inactive because of my exams, once  they finish I will be back. And I will appreciate and also look for competitions like 30 days writing challenge on this platform which will inspire writers like me to get into the habit of writing daily.Q: Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? • All and all I had a great experience of writing here on this platform. I really appreciate the covers you edit and design and all the hard work you do to keep supporting writers like us to write more and more. I will always be great full to the StoryMirror and it's team to build a writer, an improved writer in me. Here is the link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/57wiybay/priya-singh/stories 

StoryMirror in conversation with author Devika Das
 25 February 2019  
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Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life. Army School was the basic foundation of my personality. It helped me in developing an all-around personality as I had a healthy balance of academics and co-curricular activities.How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?  I was a deep observer and used to daydream and keep scribbling lines in my notebook. I wrote my first poem 'For Those At Kargil' as a part of the school's feature in Hindustan Times, Jaipur.What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work? Finding the right publisher and spreading the message to the audience takes time. I am patiently trying to build my audience organically. What is your view about the present day literary work? With self-publishing and online portals such as StoryMirror, writers have a platform to showcase their literary work with ease. However, it also gives rise to plagiarism. I still believe that good quality content will attract the right audience. Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers? Yes, definitely. Writers get instant feedback about their writing style. Please tell us something about your literary work. I have 5 publications under my name. My first novella, '7 Vows of Marriage' is a personal take on the institution of marriage. Reminiscence, published by Blue Rose Publishers is a poetry collection. The recent title 'The Mind Game' is a self-improvement book that helps readers understand the importance of emotional intelligence. What was your first literary work and how was it published? 7 Vows of Marriage is self-published through Amazon Kindle. How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?Literature can help in understanding different perspectives about a topic. Reading literature helps people expand their horizon and broadens their thought process. Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?Through literature, I want to address several social issues that have cropped up in the modern era. I hope to make a difference in the lives of my readers through my books. What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets?Recitals, open mics, contests, and online journals/newsletters are good methods of building a poetry community. What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers? Be honest with what you write. Try to adopt a new writing style and be unique. Keep reading to improve your vocabulary and take formal education if necessary. Self-learning is the best method for a writer. How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror?  StoryMirror has given me a platform to voice my opinion. The experience has been good so far.Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? Can you organize a quarterly meetup of contributors from the same city? e.g. A Writers' Meetup or something similar.Here is the link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/ojm7qq5g/author-devika/followers

Cisco CCNA / CCNP Home Labs: Developing Troubleshooting Skills
 4 October 2019  
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CCNA/CCNP up-and-comers will be bored by Cisco with regards to investigating questions. You will must have the option to dissect arrangements to perceive what the issue is (and if there is an issue in any case), decide the importance of various investigate yields, and demonstrate the capacity to design a switch or switch, yet investigate one.That is similarly as it ought to be, on the grounds that CCNAs and CCNPs will wind up doing a great deal of investigating in their vocations. Investigating isn't something that can simply be gained from a book; you must have some experience working with switches and switches. The main genuine approach to figure out how to investigate is to build up that capacity while taking a shot at live gear.Obviously, your organization or customer is going to take an exceptionally dreary perspective on you building up this ability on their live system. So what would you be able to do?Gather a Cisco home lab. When you start working with genuine Cisco hardware, you're doing yourself a great deal of favors. Initially, you will be flabbergasted at how well you hold data that will turn out to be natural to you before test day. Be that as it may, all the more critically, both for the test room and your profession, you're creating significant investigating abilities.Try not to misunderstand me, I'm not saying knowing the hypothesis of how switches and switches work is immaterial. An incredible inverse - on the off chance that you don't know organizing hypothesis, you're not going to turn into a CCNA or CCNP. In any case, the capacity to apply that information is fundamental - and the main way you can get that is to take a shot at genuine Cisco switches and switches. With respect to these "switch test systems" available today, pose yourself this basic inquiry: "When I stroll into a server room, what number of switch test systems do I see?"I frequently tell understudies that they'll do their best realizing when they screw something up. I've had numerous an understudy reveal to me later that I was correct - when they misconfigured casing hand-off, ISDN, or another CCNA/CCNP innovation and after that needed to fix it themselves, it not just allowed them the chance to apply their insight, however it gave them the certainty to realize they could do it.What's more, you can't put a cost on certainty - in the test room or in the system focus!C9520-422 test prepFree dumpsHCE-3210 latest dumpsMB2-719 Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Marketing pdf downloadA2090-552 practice questionsPass4sure cheat sheetsAHM-530 practice test download1Y0-371 Designing, Deploying and Managing Citrix XenMobile 10 Enterprise Solutions Jsfiddle certkiller700-260.pdf Practice testE_HANAINS151 bootcamp70-338 test questionsMA0-104.pdf braindumpsCIMA-P2 Advanced Management Accounting sample test70-686 free test onlineTawk classroom trainingC_TFIN52_65 exam prepPW0-071 Certified Wireless Technology Specialist Jsfiddle actual test pdfC9560-503 exam review3304 cheat sheets1Z0-628 pdf download70-713 sample testIBM Sametime 9.0 Administration new dumpsPSM-I entrance examH19-301 questions pdfC8010-250 premium dumps

Social Taboo : Termite to Society
 29 January 2019  
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In today’s era when we talk about equality and stability with the help of technology, system, same time many things still prevailing as it is.We don’t see much changes in society from certain angle. There are people who still want to be with old notions and beliefs. As far as it doesn’t harm anyone’s feelings is ok. But sometimes situations occurs where either or things one has to choose and at that time practical approach is needed.Indeed many things is changing and that shows positive signs in society. Many ways women’s are equal to men. They also do the same which men do. Woman shown their shining side in all fields of life. Many ways they become true achiever. When we look back in to history lady like Rani Laxmibai shown her strength for nation. Same way Kalpna Chavla, Sunita Williams also proven themselves.As a responsible person of society we have to be proud of them. But irony is remain still there. One side women is becoming more and more powerful in all sectors, at the same they face social taboo like woman have to be good looking and physical feet.In today’s time every woman is becoming fashion trended. There is nothing wrong in this, but when it becomes social pressure then it’s wrong.In our society when girl become 13 or 14 years mothers start to give tips on different topics. As far as own hygiene is concern yes every one should but that doesn’t mean to spend long time in parlour. At the age of 15/16 with the body changes if girls have hair on legs or arms, mummy or friends will not see her with respect. In some case classmates will gossip about this.Why girls have to go for facial, body Hari Removing on regular bases. Why can’t they choose to take liberty on that. Yes from the hygiene aspect it’s good but that should not be possessive. Along with this now woman/girls are becoming conscious about their look also. There is a taboo that woman should look good and sexy. Practically speaking what the need to look sexy. It’s a wrong notion that make up makes woman more glamorous. In accent time without these all products woman were having lust and beauty. Mostly importantly woman themselves don’t want to talk about this. They feel embarrassed if hair growth is there or face is not looking good.Recently during discussion one of the friend said to her friend that how can you openly talk about physicality and physical intimacy. Don’t you think it’s wrong ?What’s wrong in this. Why can’t anyone talk openly about this ? Land who gave knowledge about “Kamasutra”, on that land now people are hesitant to talk about this. Yes but this the same land where day by day rap cases are increasing.In school we need to have sex education not just to have it but with serious concerns.I think still there is time to come out from this all and work upon our social taboo. Who can able to do this they can change life.As a woman we need to come out from this taboo and work towards our betterment.#Hitakshi

StoryMirror in conversation with author Samreen Shabab Wadkar.
 21 February 2019  
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Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life.I have completed my schooling from National English School,Rajapur. Current am in Std 12 science in Navjeevan High school and Junior College, Rajapur.How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?I loved APJ Abdul Kalam's quotes very much. I had made a separate book where I wrote his quotes. It was then that something clashed my mind that," even I should write my own quotes." After having ample of quotes my confidence boosted and I moved on for my first poem which dated 16 April 2016. The stage I have reached today in my life I give all its credits to my English teacher Mrs. Asolkar Mam. It was she who made me believe that I possessed the power to write. It was she who motivated me and she still does motivates and guides me alot.What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work? Nothing yet! Because I have a guru who trains me before I meet any other difficultyWhat is your view about the present-day literary work? Literature is best tool to spread ourselves through our writings amidst the people.Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers? Yes...it has provided a platform to all such people including me.Please tell us something about your literary work. I love writing poems and stories. I love reading novels too. I started writing poems when I was in Std 10. A year later I started to send my poems to 'Children's world' magazine.What was your first literary work and how was it published? My first poem was 'is it a trend?' it highlights the fact that people today will take a scooty ride instead of walking. I have written a story whose title is 'The Shuffled History' and am currently writing the book ' The Guy who never married'. I am all set to publish my first book which is collection of my poem as soon as I wind up with my boards.How many ways literature can contribute to society in future? Infinite!Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?I want to see myself in list of the best sellers but I would always be a student to my English teacher no matter whatever success I achieve.What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets? Poetry writing contests in schools and colleges and workshops for themWhat message would you like to give to aspiring new writers? Just write...feel yourself and let your writings make others feel you. Keep expressingHow was your experience of writing on StoryMirror? It was very precious... I thought this year I wouldn't be able to write much since I knew I have to appear for my boards...but as soon as I saw those variety of competitions I couldn't control myself it kept me in contact with the literature.Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? I love its feature that provides a range of competitions that provides the strength that the whole of the India is reading me.

StoryMirror in conversation with Authors Alisha Bhamri And Arjun Singh
 22 February 2019  
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Q:Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life. A: Alisha is a law student and Arjun Singh is a BCA final year student.Q: How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?  A: At the initial stage it just started with a hobby to write. then we wanted to explore more so yeah, we just took a step ahead in this field let's see which path it will lead to.Q: What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work?A: Umm difficulties were not that much as such it was just that at the initial stage, we were not familiar to many words and then we had to googled then but now over vocabulary had been improved and we are more familiar with many of the words.Q: What is your view about the present-day literary work? A: As writing is a hobby so at present, we both are working for writing more and more poems and working on over enhancement as well Q Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers? A: Yeah it does. In the media platform there are readers who read our post and they always tend to motivate us by their comments, and we do get inspiration to write more n more Q: Please tell us something about your literary work.A: Our literary work is only confined to writing poems on the topic on which we can relate to because then the feelings Nd the writings come from heart itself Q: What was your first literary work and how was it published? A: We a newcomer though but yeah I have submitted many of my poems to your website only and some of them as live at present and is gathering more n more likes.Q: How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?A: Literature can't do anything for the betterment of the society except make people learned and having knowledge about poems and stories and they can even enhance their speaking skills and their vocabulary as well. Q: Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?A: May be a well know poet and poetess.Q: What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets?A: Umm your website is doing good as it creates a web for all writers to write on a single platform.Q: What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers? A: Just stay focused and write as much as you can and try to introduce newer words in your writings and even read more. Q: How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror?  A: A great experienceQ: Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? A: Yeah it's a great platform for writers to write and get published . And it motivates people to write and to upgrade yourself Here is the link to read our content https://storymirror.com/profile/vk6vxwsb/alisha-bhamri/poems

StoryMirror in conversation with author Joyeeta Das
 28 February 2019  
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Q: Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life.A: I have completed my schooling from Auxilium Convent. Currently am pursuing my bachelor's in English language and literature from Adamas University.Q: How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?  A: As a child I used love listening to Ramayana and Mahabharata, both of which my mother used to recite. Then it was Aesop's Fables and Panchatantra which further brightened my world of imagination. And finally, Khaled Hosseini made me delve deep into literature.I never really knew I could compose stories until my the then Creative writing professor- Shrabani Ma'am announced “... chocolate as a reward for the first three best creative works.” Better to say Chocolate acted as a muse and inspired me to use pen instead of sword, to strikeQ: What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work? A: Sometimes a few Literary works did turn out to be a bit less interesting.Q: What is your view about the present-day literary work? A: I think it’s more straightforward than the previous works.Q: Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers? A: Absolutely, the emergence of digital and social media has made it easier for the writers who cant really afford the expenses of publishing their works. People can now simply post their works in social platforms and communicate with the rest of the world. Every literary text is...a mosaic of quotations... as said by Julia Kristeva, I think social and digital media helps bring the right design out of this mosaicQ: Please tell us something about your literary work. A: I am very restless, and thus, try to keep my compositions very concise as it would be definitely be viewed by restless people like me. And I try to make every composition unique. Q: What was your first literary work and how was it published? A: My first Literary work was published online by MyCampusPost, while I was interning with the company as a content writer.Q: How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?A: As rightly said by Jonas Mekas “ In the very end, civilization perish because they listen to their politicians and not to their poets". Literature can contribute to the society in numerous was, the list is endless.Q: Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?A: I would definitely like to see myself into people's heart. Even of those who find literature boring.Q: What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets?A: A group blog would be fine. Q: What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers? A: Just be yourself and try to bring the best out of you.Q: How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror?  A: Wonderful! Indeed. A great platform it is.Q: Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? A: I love the competitions organised by StoryMirror. And winning them has a separate joy. Every time I win, I feel that I re-establish my name – JOYEETA, which means ‘winner’ in Bangla.Here is the link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/jmypngvn/joyeeta-das/stories

I have been wrongly accused of touching a girl on a local
 13 March 2018  

**Based on a true incident**If you have ever been to Dadar Station ( Mumbai ), you already know how crowded it gets at times and after a second of a train's arrival people start to board and deboard it like a flock of sheep.It was a pretty hostile day and in my misfortune, I couldn't get a place to stand properly, let alone a place to sit.As I settled down, I found myself standing behind a girl. She was a girl with a gloomy facial feature - winged eyeliner, a white fitted top and a grey bag and she seemed to have overused perfume.We were like two strangers heading towards different destinations like I and others were but then came a guy who was in his mid-twenties stood beside me.A havoc seemed to have created, first he unsettled us by searching something in his bag, then he almost pushed an old man just to take the cell out of his pocket.After a while he started to stare at me - he was staring at me in the way I stare at people if they criticize the food I like - the fire in my eyes can burn cities.It made me sheer uncomfortable being stared at with hatred and that too by a stranger can make anyone that way. I thought to initiate a conversation. I dropped the Idea.I should not have because in the other moment, he held me by my collar and said his first words to me, " Madarchod , tm iss larki ke sath kya kar rahe ho ?".I was dazzled. I had no clue what made him so angry that he didn't hesitate to curse my mother but that had made me no less angry.I shrugged his hand rapidly and that made him move backward in his place. The girl in front of me was dazed." Tumhe bilkul sharam nahi , tum iss larki ke sath train mei badtameezi kar rahe ho ,Aap daro mat ma'am , hum apke sath hai ".He said to the girl." Excuse me ? " Was the girl's reply." Main ne kuch nahi kia , mujhe piche se push kia ja raha tha." I blurted at him.The other two men and a woman popped in and straightaway asked the girl, " Kya isne kuch badtameezi ki tumhare sath" ? She looked at me exasperated and said," Inhe sirf piche se push kia ja raha tha , ulta yeh physical contact avoid kar rahe tah."I took a sigh of relief.She spoke further, " Woh insaan sirf hero banne ki kosis kar raha hai ".It was enough for them to trust her and they all told him to apologize.To my surprise, he had something else to say." Esi larkiya tight kapre pehen k aati hai , inhe insab cheezo se koi problem bhi nahi."Before I could punch his face, the train stopped and he disappeared into the crowd.If I will ever meet that girl again, I will thank her once again, more than I had thanked her for that time and more than thanking her, I would cajole her as she was upset with the man's words.I don't know if it was the incident or the girl, but I started to respect girls a little more after that.

How To Earn Cisco's Firewall Specialist Certification
 3 October 2019  
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Security is a hotly debated issue in the present systems, and will keep on being for quite a while to come. In light of that, you should consider adding a Cisco security confirmation to your resume and firewall aptitudes to your range of abilities.It's a significant hop from the CCNA to the CCSP (Cisco Ensured Security Expert), and Cisco has made that jump increasingly reasonable by including Pro accreditations. These affirmations can give a serious lift to both your resume and your range of abilities, and go about as an incredible "venturing stone" to the CCSP.At present, Cisco offers four VPN/Security affirmations, those being Cisco Firewall Authority, Cisco IPS Master, Cisco VPN Pro, and Cisco VPN/Security Deals Pro. Since each WAN architect has contact with Cisco firewalls all the time, we'll investigate this well known affirmation first. (Furthermore, the individuals who need to be WAN specialists would be advised to get the hang of something about firewalls, as well!)At the composition of this article (October 21, 2005), Cisco is offering a possibility for every one of the two tests you'll have to go to acquire this accreditation. For the main test, you can take either the 642-551 SND (Verifying Cisco System Gadgets) or 642-501 SECUR (Verifying Cisco IOS Systems). The last day to enroll for the SECUR test is December 19, 2005.For it is possible that, you'll should have the option to address questions with respect to the best possible utilization of Cisco security gadgets; how to design security on a Cisco switch and on a switch, including syslog logging, AAA, ACLs, and security for switch administrations and interfaces.The decisions for the subsequent test are the 642-522 SNPA (Protecting System with PIX and ASA) and 642-521 CSPFA. Subjects for these tests incorporate , IPSec, NAT, firewalls, AAA, and arrangement mapping. (As usual, you should check for the most recent test diagrams at Cisco's site. Snap "Learning And Occasions" on the fundamental page, http://www.cisco.com).The main essential for this accreditation is that you should hold a substantial CCNA affirmation.As continually, getting a few hands-on experience is the most ideal approach to plan for your Cisco tests. (Your boss will get somewhat irritated on the off chance that you practice your configs on their PIX. It would be a smart thought to have a decent legal advisor, as well.) There are online rack rental administrations that incorporate Cisco security gadgets in their cases.Cisco confirmations are an extraordinary method to help ensure your profession just as your system. The more you know, and the more fluctuated your aptitudes, the more important you are to your present and future managers. Utilize your CCNA as an establishment, and continue expanding on your aptitudes!C2040-410 passing guarantee70-740.pdf prepawayQSDA2018.pdf dumpCPA-Financial.pdf passing guaranteeC2090-619 test questions156-727-77 classroom training1z0-531 Oracle Essbase 11 Essentials exam vce pdf70-696.pdf dumptriple p certification cert pdfHPE0-S50 premium dumpsDP-201 practice exam1Z0-599 exam killer310-008 ACI Dealing Certificate Exam bootcampM2140-649 mock examACE free pdfP2090-010 IBM InfoSphere Information Server Technical Mastery Test v2(R) test answersq certification warranty test questions and answersCWDP-302 Certified Wireless Design Professional Jsfiddle free test9A0-395 Adobe Campaign Business Practitioner ACE Exam pass guaranteed050-695 online testEC1-349 flashcards500-202 boot camp70-768.pdf practice questionsE20-594 Backup and Recovery Avamar Specialist for Implementation Engineers practice questionscertification x509 vce engine

Cisco CCNP / BSCI Certification: The BGP Attribute "MED"
 4 October 2019  
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When you're getting ready to breeze through the BSCI test and win your CCNP affirmation, perhaps the greatest test is learning BGP. BGP is very surprising from any convention you figured out how to procure your CCNA accreditation, and one of the distinctions is that BGP utilizes way ascribes to support one way over another when different ways to or from a goal exist.Notice I said "to or from". In prior free BGP instructional exercises, I talked about the BGP properties "weight" and "neighborhood inclination". These credits are utilized to support one way to a goal over another; for instance, if BGP AS 100 has two ways to a goal in AS 200, these two qualities can be set in AS 100 to support one way over another. Be that as it may, imagine a scenario where AS 100 needs to illuminate the switches in AS 200 with respect to which way it should use to arrive at a given goal in AS 100.That is the place the BGP characteristic "Multi-Leave Discriminator", or Prescription, comes in. The Prescription worth can be set in AS 100 to disclose to AS 200 which way it should use to arrive at a given system in AS 100.Similarly as with numerous BGP qualities, the Prescription can be set with a course map. What you have to watch is that there is no "set medications" esteem in course maps. To change the Medications of a way, you have to change the measurement of that way. Suppose that there are two section ways for AS 200 to use to arrive at goals in AS 100. You need AS 200 to utilize the 100.1.1.0/24 way over the 100.2.2.0/24 way. In the first place, distinguish the two ways with two separate ACLs.R1(config)#access-list 22 license 100.1.1.0 0.0.0.255R1(config)#access-list 23 grant 100.2.2.0 0.0.0.255Next, compose a course map that allots a lower metric to the more-alluring way.R1(config)#route-map PREFER_PATH grant 10R1(config-course map)#match ip address 22R1(config-course map)#set metric 100R1(config-course map)#route-map PREFER_PATH license 20R1(config-course map)#match ip address 23R1(config-course map)#set metric 250At last, apply the course guide to the neighbor or neighbors.R1(config-course map)#router bgp 100R1(config-router)#neighbor 22.2.2.2 course map PREFER_PATH outThe key focuses to remember is that while numerous BGP characteristics lean toward a higher worth, the Drug is essentially an outer measurement - and a lower metric is liked, similarly likewise with the conventions you've just concentrated to procure your CCNA affirmation.210-060 new dumpsMB5-199 Retail Management system Store Operations bootcampDEE-1721 mock exam7130X exam vce pdfECSA-v9 examcollectionFree free practice exam9A0-029 Adobe FrameMaker 7.0 Product Proficiency exam prepCHN free practice testCPG-211 entrance examu visa certification sample boot campOGA-031 cert pdfcertification exam for cna dump70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services exam vce pdfEX200.pdf latest dumpsNew study tools400-201 real test3V0-652 cert killerDP-200 vce exam collectionAS000017 CTAL Technical Test Analyst 2012 Syllabus free practice testCIMA-E3 Financial Strategy Seo Audit test questionsMB4-219 actual exam pdf98-380.pdf actualtest pdfC_S4CS_1902 mock examLOT-404 Developing Enterprise Mobile Applications with IBM Worklight and IBM WebSphere Portal exam prep98-375 questions pdf

StoryMirror in conversation with author Suman Mishra
 22 February 2019  
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Q:Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life.  A: I am of 11th std, science student in odm public school , bhubaneswar odisha . Preparing and aiming for medical in future. Besides i love writing and discovered this passion of mine at an early age.Q: How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?   A: Literature has always been my favorite. I used to read novels, short stories and poems which later inspired me to write. I love playing with words and try to write every sentence with the deep and realistic feeling.Q: What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work?  A: Coming to difficulties, I have tried to write a novel many a times yet i am just not able to write the way it should be. Aiming to have my solo novel published is not just a dream but needs a lot of hard work as well. Literary writing brings the original though from a writer’s mind yet if not completed, gives disappointment as well.Q: What is your view about the present-day literary work? A: The modern day literature has become so modernized that we are forgetting out ethics and culture and it leads to the degradation of the literature as well.Q: Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers? A: Yes the emergence of digital and social sites have given a lot of opportunities for the young , modern and aspiring writers to showcase their talents.Q: Please tell us something about your literary work.A: My literary work involves everything that is around me . May be it on social causes , emotions , abstract or anything that connects me to the deepest of my emotions , that’s where I start to pen my thoughts , mostly in poetry . Q: What was your first literary work and how was it published? A: My first literary work is titled as 'maa' which i wrote on the eve of my mother's birthday and had submitted the poem on a theme based poetry anthology it got selected that is going to be published in the upcoming months.Q: How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?A: Literature can contribute to the society in a million ways , may be it changing the mindset , society's rules , literature has the power to change the thinking in unstoppable ways. Q: Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?A: After 5 years , I see my literature world in a totally different way. Having got my solo book published that time would be a dream come true, planning for more such to change the world with my words and verses.Q: What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets?A: A community of poets would basically have mentors, experienced writers , learners , young writers and would form a group to aim for better literary knowledge and more anthologies.Q: What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers? A: To all the aspiring writers , you can do it . I know its a bit of a difficult journey at the start , but eventually things would fall in its own place. Just pen down your feelings and let the words express what you want to convey. If you think u can do it you would definitely be able to do it . All my best wishes to you.Q: How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror?  A: My experience in storyMirror has been incredibly nice. Q: Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? A: StoryMirror provides an amazing platform for all the writers to know more, learn and grow from it .Here is the link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/z3dv6kea/suman-mishra/stories

StoryMirror in conversation with author Suman Mishra
 24 February 2019  
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Q: Please give details about your initial education and forming years of life. A: I am of 11th std, science student in odm public school , bhubaneswar odisha . Preparing and aiming for medical in future. Besides i love writing and discovered this passion of mine at an early age.Q: How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?   A: Literature has always been my favorite. I used to read novels, short stories and poems which later inspired me to write. I love playing with words and try to write every sentence with the deep and realistic feeling.Q: What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work?  A: Coming to difficulties, I have tried to write a novel many a times yet i am just not able to write the way it should be. Aiming to have my solo novel published is not just a dream but needs a lot of hard work as well. Literary writing brings the original though from a writer’s mind yet if not completed, gives disappointment as well.Q: What is your view about the present-day literary work?A: The modern day literature has become so modernized that we are forgetting out ethics and culture and it leads to the degradation of the literature as well.Q: Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers?A: Yes the emergence of digital and social sites have given a lot of opportunities for the young , modern and aspiring writers to showcase their talents.Q: Please tell us something about your literary work.A: My literary work involves everything that is around me . May be it on social causes , emotions , abstract or anything that connects me to the deepest of my emotions , that’s where I start to pen my thoughts , mostly in poetry . Q: What was your first literary work and how was it published?A: My first literary work is titled as 'maa' which i wrote on the eve of my mother's birthday and had submitted the poem on a theme based poetry anthology it got selected that is going to be published in the upcoming months.Q: How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?A: Literature can contribute to the society in a million ways , may be it changing the mindset , society's rules , literature has the power to change the thinking in unstoppable ways. Q: Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?A: After 5 years , I see my literature world in a totally different way. Having got my solo book published that time would be a dream come true, planning for more such to change the world with my words and verses.Q: What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets?A: A community of poets would basically have mentors, experienced writers , learners , young writers and would form a group to aim for better literary knowledge and more anthologies.Q: What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers?A: To all the aspiring writers , you can do it . I know its a bit of a difficult journey at the start , but eventually things would fall in its own place. Just pen down your feelings and let the words express what you want to convey. If you think u can do it you would definitely be able to do it . All my best wishes to you.Q: How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror?  A: My experience in storyMirror has been incredibly nice. Q: Would you like to say something about StoryMirror?A: StoryMirror provides an amazing platform for all the writers to know more, learn and grow from it .

StoryMirror in conversation with author AGRATA VERMA
 26 February 2019  
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Please give details about your initial education and forming years of lifePresently,I am a student of class 5, studying in Prudence School, New Delhi. How did you get interested in literature? What inspired you to write?I am not sure, how it began. I use to finish my school work very fast and would then start writing on bits of paper, loose sheets and in diary. Once my mom asked me to write about 'my most unforgettable moment'. I wrote about my late grandmother. After reading it, my parents, immediate family members, got very emotional. That's how I think my potential was realized by my mom. She encouraged me to write more and meanwhile got to know about this platform 'StoryMirror'. First time when I posted my story on StoryMirror, and the first 'Like' I got from someone unknown to me, acted as a catalyst. Since then, there has been no stopping. What difficulties did you have to face with respect to literary work?I keep writing because I love writing. I have not faced any problem except asking for votes. What is your view about the present day literary work?I like literature because it gives me ideas, increases my vocabulary, makes me more sensitive. Everytime I read a new story, there is a new reality to discover. I love reading fiction like Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Roald Dahl series, Geronimo Stilton etc. The joy of reading these works is immense, as it takes me to an entirely different world of pleasure and fantasy.Do you think that the emergence of digital and social media has given a new opportunity to creative writers?Yes, because through digital and social media, the reach to read has increased immensely.Please tell us something about your literary workI like writing and reading about crime,  different people, places and also about fiction.What was your first literary work and how was it published? My poems have been published in 'Hindustan Times' newspaper. My first poem which was published in the newspaper was 'Thank You'. I was appreciated by my teachers, classmates and my parents.How many ways literature can contribute to society in future?It is a very strong medium, through which views of people, emerging issues of the society, entertainment for everyone and intellect/passion of the writers can be beautifully expressed and penned.Where do you see yourself after 5 years in the literary world?I see myself in the hearts of my friends, peers, teachers and everyone else in the school and place where I live.  Five years from now, I will be in class Xth, and I would then like people following my poems, favorite poets endorsing them and also have more ways and platforms to express my views.What ways would you suggest to build a community for poets?Digital media is a good way to interact and share the work. Also various institutions should come forward and recognize poems as a strong medium of expression.What message would you like to give to aspiring new writers?Do what you Love and Love what you Do.How was your experience of writing on StoryMirror? It was very inspiring, great learning and a very good platform to channelize and express my views through story/ poems. I felt very motivated every time my poem got selected by StoryMirror. Would you like to say something about StoryMirror? StoryMirror is a very strong, motivating channel to bring out the creative skill of budding writers. For me, I also liked reading other stories/ poems posted on StoryMirror. It was a good way to interact and know about others and their beautiful work. Here is the link to read my content https://storymirror.com/profile/kytwvmko/agrata-verma/stories