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Hello ....this youth's wings magazine is basically related to youths life ,where youth's can get the information about entertainment and future related information Such as Technology , career ,life …

Hello ....this youth's wings magazine is basically related to youths life ,where youth's can get the information about entertainment and future related information Such as Technology , career ,life and etc....

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  • 1. Youth’s Wings /November 2012 1
  • 2. 2 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 3. APPROVAL OF PROJECTTHIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE MAGAZINE TITLED …………………………………………………….………….………………...................................................................BY ……………………………………………………………………………….................…………REG NO……………….………………………………........................................IS DONE BY HER/HIM DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013, UN-DER MY SUPERVISION IS A PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE RE-QUIREMENT FOR THE PAPER “MAGAZINE JOURNALISM”, DURING IIISEM BAJC.THIS IS AN ORIGINAL WORK OF THE STUDENT AND HAS NOT BEENSUBMITTED BEFORE FOR THE AWARD OF ANY DEGREE, DIPLOMAOR ANY OTHER TITLE.EXAMINERS:1. Ms. Gayathri Chakravarthi …………………………………………………….2. Ms. Sherin Elizabeth …………………………………………………….3. External Examiner ………………………………………………………SUPERVISOR:…………………………………………………….Dr. Nandini Lakshmikantha, Ph.DAssociate Prof & HeadDepartment of Media Journalism and CommunicationManipal University Bangalore CampusDIRECTOR…………………………………………………….Dr. Thammiah ChekkeraDATE:PLACE: MANIPAL UNIVERSITY BANGALORE CAMPUS Youth’s Wings /November 2012 3
  • 4. AcknowledgementsDEAR ALL JUST A SHORT NOTE THANK YOU FOR ALL EFFORTS THE PASTSEVERAL WEEKS ON THIS PROJECT .I GREATFUL APPRECIATE THE EX-TRA TIME THAT YOU HAVE PUT INTO THE PROJECT AND FEEL THAT ITCOULD NOT HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL WITHOUT YOUR HELP . SPECIAL THANKS TO : GAYATHRI MAM PRASHANT SIR SONAL KRIPA MAYANK SAHU DEEPAK GUPTA JE M’APPALLE YADUVANSHI AND ALSO LIKE TO EXTEND MY HEARTLY THANKS TO GOOGLE ,WIKIPEDIA ,PARENT CIRCLE MAGAZINE , THE TIMES OF INDIA NEWSPA-PER , WISDOM MAGAZINE AND ALL MY SUPPORTIVE FRIEND’S WHOHELPED ME FOR SHAREING PICTURES AND DOCUMENTS WITH USWITHOUT WHICH THE PROJECT WOULD HAVE BEEN INCOMPLETE . PLEASE ACCEPT MY PERSONAL GRATITUDE SINCERELY SAURAV KISHOR .4 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 5. Contents Regulars 7. How to Tell your Mom about .....???? 12.. Mom to do with your kids at home . 13. How Effectively Communication make you successful ? 14. Ocean Of Creativity 16. The Dangers of Teen Alcohol Abuse 20. Dance to Good Health 22. Channel V’s brand new teenage hungama... 25. ORIGIN OF HORSE POWER 28. Money,Fame & love... a teenagers dream 31. Interview with An engineering student - sonal Kripa’s 32. Windows 8 on desktops 34. Apna Sapna Money Money ...... Seriously ???? 37.Youth’s voice ( Servey.......) 38. Story of Soft Drinks 40 .Reader’s Feedback Youth’s Wings /November 2012 5
  • 6. Editor Speaks Man owes all he is and all he possess in life to memory - the abil- ity of the brain a record of past events , without good memory it would be difficult to lead an intelligent life . A keen memory is one of the foundations of success in life Follow us on .The man who forgets to keep his appointments is often ignored by the people with a keen sense of time . The latter cannot afford to Facebook waste for him .The traders who forgets the price he quoted for the goods previously loses the goodwill and business of his customers . The office assistant who forgets the procedure and makes mistakes Twitter , becomes too expensive and is finally discharged from service .it is clear that a bad memory results in inefficiency ,failure and finan- cial troubles . Linkdin The secreat of the good memory is attention ,and attention to a subject depends upon our interest in it .Man rarely forgets that which has made a deep impression on his mind .The main reasons why some people forget is mostly psychological.They do not have the strong desire to remember events or recollect things .What they need is the ‘will’ to imprint the abserveed data upon memory to produce them whenever needed .Yet another reason why we forget is that we do not have enough interest in the subject .We also forget due to our failure to connect one kind of memory with another , to unify the impressions gained , and to bring back to life what we learnt previously . Memory training should be continous all through life . Oth- erwise it may become ineffective .The various aids through which is fact is remembered , eg . eye-memory ,ear-memory should be made to help each other .The facts we remember and the way we recall them are influenced by our interests , attitudes , and emo- tional feelings . I Value your feedback .please give us your opinions about this first edition of magazine and tells us what features you would like to see from next time . Wishing everyone a ‘Happy Children’s Day’ ! SAURAV KISHOR6 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 7. How to tell your Mom about your _____? ?y ou probably talk to friends way more thanyou talk to your parents . That’s natural. Even if their questions, or be critical about your new hairstyle you know that she is a hard core wellyou and your parents have a great relation-ship, wisher of your life .How you can leave themyou want to find your own path and make your behind and not tell them that your partnerown choices.Still, most of us want a parent’s search is over , you found your mate your L Ohelp, advice, and support at times. V E (love).... “What ???”,” you crazy what areBut talking to the adults in your life can seem you a mud head teen who has no time to thinkdifficult or intimidating — especially when it about except their looks and fun”.Sound socomes to boyfriend-girlfriend subjects. Woman similar to most of us .We know what is best forhave a naturalinstinct of communicat-ing better us in our way. So we have to prove them wrongand they often find it important to do so in .HOW??? Well by doing some of the rightspecial bonding cases. things they always keep nagging about.In that way mothers make a fair option to talkout your problems as her chance of feel ingconnected to you. And the only and only keyto tell your mother of an affair or of any thingfor that matter is just to SPEAK UP...... Soundseasy but your lips gets sealed ,developing an-innate alien fear , your anxious eyes meet yourmothers eyes and she asks, “what’s going on?”,and you just hope from within that she neverfigures out what is actually going on. The solereason why you are reading this article showshow much you want your mo ments to shareit with your mother. Because no wonder howmuch you get frightened of them , irritated by Youth’s Wings /November 2012 7
  • 8. This battle needs prepara- Find something trivial to try easing into converstions. tion and ‘VICTORY LOVES chat about each day. Talk ship get stronger This way PREPARATION’. Talk About about how your team did at your habit of digging into Every day Stuff — and Do It the track meet. your boyfriend/girlfriend’s Every Day The more you do Share something one of life would lessen and would some thing, the easier it gets. your teachers said.Talk how definitely be admired by Talking to your mom about other girls are mean and them if you have got the everyday stuff builds a bond bitchy all the times. Even right one . that can something more small talk about what’s for When parents feel connected serious. dinner can keep your rela- to your daily life, they can be Find something trivial to tionship strong and comfort- there for you if something chat about each day. Talk able . really important comes up . about how your team you know that she is a hard core well wisher of your life.How you can leave them behind and not tell them that your partner search is over , you found your mate your L O V E (love).... ... “What ???”,” you crazy what are you a mud head teen who has no time to think about except their looks and fun”.Sound so similar to most of us . We know what is best for us in our way. So we have to prove them wrong .HOW??? Well by doing some of the right things they always keep nag- ging about.This battle needs Mention that cute thing the Perhaps you just really , re- preparation and dog did. Talk about your ally want to tell your parents siblings and try shifting to about your new boyfriend ‘VICTORY LOVES their the focus problems or girlfriend, but you don’t PREPARATION’, which would show your con- now how they’ll react, how it cern towards your family . will feel to tell them, or how Talk About Every day Stuff Chatting with parents every to find the words.Then — and Do It Every Day The day not only keeps an exiling start raising these difficult more you do some thing, relationship strong, it also topics of discussion . in the the easier it gets. Talking to can help a frayed rela tion. whole world. But stick to your mom about everyday It’s never too late to start , your point Tell them how stuff builds a bond that can If you feel your relationship positive you have become in something more serious. with your parents is strained, her company. Tell her how8 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 9. Like , “what is my girl type?’ or ‘what are the that communicates what you need.qualities you look forward in any boy which • “mother , I need your advice about some-makes him adorable’ . You may derive a lot thing . Can we talk?”. Its also impotantabout their final reaction by these answers to know your mother type before you .. Know What You Want From the Conver-sation .It takes maturity to figure out what For example:you want to get out of a conversation ( Most • “Mom, I need to you about an importantadults aren’t so good at this!).What you issue I’m having, but I need you to justhope to achieve can vary . listen , OK? Don’t give me advice — I just want you to know what’s going on in my Most often you’ll prob- life.”ably want your mother to do • “Mom, I need to you about an important issue I’m having, but I need you to justone or more of these things : listen , OK? Don’t give me advice — I just• simply listen and understand what you’re want you to know what’s going on in mygoing through without offering , life.”advice or comentary .• Gve permission or support for somethingoffer you advice or help .• Guide you back on track if you’re introuble — in a way that’s fair and withoutharsh criticism or put-downs Why thinkabout this before you begin talking ? Soyou can say why you want to talk in a way Youth’s Wings /November 2012 9
  • 10. much you have learnt from logical reasons of why you how.If she gets angry don’thim over these past few should be able to date this guy, tell back avoid making thingsmonths ,Touch her inner not just “but mooomm I re- worse and pause the discus-natural woman with emotions ally really like him’ .Don’t tell sion for some days.plus if youflooding through your words ; her of where you met if it was would stay calm with her shejust give time until things fall in detention or somewhere will realize how mature you areinto their place .This is a hard like online or something. . If she says no , accept it (nut to crack .The tiger mom When you meet make it on at least in front of her) eventu-or power mom, can never let a neutral ground nothing of ally she will come around toanything get in the way when it sudden in nature.As if known know wheather you are happycomes to her childs future . for years but never talked kind. or not.Remember she’s only It makes it about him/her here to protect you .She knows everything behind truthfully, or you might onethe guys cruellest intentions( day have it thrown back in DONT’Seven if he dosent have it), fig- your face otherwise .easier as A parent would never be hap-ured all hidden plans behind it sounds ,try answering any py knowing … That he/shethat innocent poker face (even questions Else be diplomat or ever had an addiction., Thatif she never saw her that close dissolve the question any he/she cheated on his sex .enough) .You have got a toughfight out here. Just to haveto be mature and sensible tohandle thier spontaneous reac-tion.Dont ask them for anyjudgements because they cannever be of your side .Dont argue and try to provethem wrong and Keep yourpoint and just listen quietlyto what she says , Stick toyour point and just stand andfrequently use words like ‘IUNDERSTAND but i was saying .....’ . Haveyour boyfriend show that heis a respectable young manand prove her wrong . Havehim show that he cares foryou. Maybe havehim ask herpersonally if he can date youI’d still tell your mom, andtell her that you would like toshow her that you are responsible, and that she can set theground rules. Discuss the 10 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
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  • 12. Mom to do with your kids at home 1 Dictionary words : A dictionary is a valuable learning tool, especially if child write the meaning of each word and a sentence child to tell you about the picture or list adjectives to describe the picture .Do you take your child to the mov- using each new word .your your child makes up his or ies? Have your child first her own booklet of words child can then use some look up the movie page by that are challenging. or all of these sentences as using the index in the news- paper . What you’ll the basis for a creative story After a movie has been .Have your child read this chosen , have your child need: story to you and other fam- study the picture or text in •Paper and pencils the ad and tell you what he ily members . for children. or she thinks the movie is •A stapler about Have your child pick •Old magazines •Newspaper & sup- 2 What’s in the . a headline and turn it into a question .Then the child can read the article to see if plements news ? the question is answered . What to do : A newspaper is a form of daily communication with Ask your child to clip food articles /references from the Encourage your child to the outside world, and pro- newspaper for your grocery make a dictionary by put- vides lots of learning activi- shopping trips .First ,talk ties for children. about which products you ting together several sheets use and which you do not of paper for booklet .Ask What you’ll need: .then the child can cut out • Newspaper the right articles and put your child to write at the top • Scissors them into categories such as of each page a new word he drinks and breakfast items • Colored pencils or she has recently learned etc ..... What to do: Clip out inter- .if the word can be shown in esting news story and cut the paragraphs apart .Ask a picture ,have him or her your child to read the para- look through magazines graphs and put them in or- der .Ask your child to read and newspapers to find a short editorial printed in pictures that illustrate the your local newspaper and to words and paste them on underline all the facts with a green pencil and all the the correct pages .Have your opinions with Ask your12 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 13. How Effectively Communication make yousuccessful ?Nearly 85% of what you accomplish in your being communicated. Often, you will saycareer and in your personal life will be de- something to a person and they may becometermined by how well you can get your mes- offended. When you express that the wordssage across, how capable you are of inspiring you used were intended to be inoffensive,other people to take action on your ideas and the other person will tell you that it was yourrecommendations. tone of voice that was the issue. Once you’re able to master the skill of pow-erful communication, you’ll be living a lifefull of unlimited happiness. Imagine being 3.Body Language You can dramatically increase the effect ofable to express yourself openly and honestlyto the degree in which others are influenced your communication by leaning toward theto do something because of what you have speaker or shifting your weight forward ontoto say and HOW you say it. Even if you are the balls of your feet. If you can face the per-limited in education, experience or intelli- son directly and give them direct eye contact,gence, being able to communicate effectively combined with fully-focused attention, youwith others is the most powerful, un-limiting double the impact of what you’re saying.success tool you could ever have. The most important part of good communi- cation is clarity.The good news is that effective When you ask or say something clearly andcommunication is a learned skill. then wait calmly and patiently for a complete answer, you will be amazed at how much more quickly the process of sending andTHE 3 ELEMENTS OF DIRECT receiving takes place. They ask questions toCOMMUNICATION uncover the real needs and concerns of the other person. They ask questions to illumi-1. The Elements of WordsWords only account for 7 % of any message. nate objections and problems that the other person might have with what they’re suggest-For an effective communication to take place, ing.When you are telling about anything thatof course, all three parts of the message must time you should be known that about thebe congruent and consistent with each other. body movement and postures .If there isn’t any congruency, the receiver When you seek first to understand, by ask-will be confused and will have a tendency to ing questions and listening carefully to theaccept the predominant form of communica- answers, and by presenting your viewpointtion rather than the literal meaning or words. and your requests in such a way that they are consistent with the interests of the other2. Emphasis and Tone person, you’ll become much more effective in getting the other person to act in a way thatThe emphasis and tone have the power will be beneficial to both of you. to completely change the message that is Youth’s Wings /November 2012 13
  • 14. Ocean Of Creativity T here are certain primal Indian forms that have an accident pedigrerr and form Kalasha ,Aichavaras ,Kaustabha ,Lakshmi and Dhanvantri . these hoary forms countless new forms have emerged over millennia of indian Vocabulary Of Forms creativity .There is ,in this primal forms All of these are forms that have emerged ,not only functionality but beauty and these from the mythic and formless occean and are seminal in giving rise to multiple forms carry deep archetypal meanings and have .Such is their strenth . remained foundational in the vocabulary of indian forms .The samudha is the meta- The Nine Ratnas phor of the collective unconscious of the tradition , a storehouse of ancient memories The cosmic Waters ,mysterious and fall of secrets and treasures ,is thus the receptable ,deep and unspoken secrets of creation and of all that makes life precious and in par- archetypal forms .We return to these primal ticular contains the pot of nectar that lies forms again and again ; they are multidi- in its depths and which assures immortality mensional and polyvalent ,and from them .The episode of samundra manthan ,or the have emerged from the mythic and farmless churning of the milky ocean ,sees the gods ocean and carry deep archetypal meanings and the demons engage in battle for control and have remained foundations in the of the nectar . vocabulary of when Indra and indian forms . The the devas went to samudra is the Vishnu to ask for metaphor of the a boon .Vishnu tradition a store instructed them - house of ancient to cast medicinal memories , deep herbs into the mil and unspoken kyyocean and secrets of creation churn it .They were and archetypal to take the mountain for We return to Mandara became these primal forms unsteady ,Vishnu again ; they are took the form of multimensional a torroise and and polyvalent went under the ,a ,,and form them ocean to support have emerged the mountain and many degins and himself Sat on its adornments ; these top.From the ocean thus churned by the traditional forms have insipired the potter gods and the demons ,arose the nine ratnas and the weaver ,the toy maker and calligra- Kala sha ,Kalpavriksha ,Padma ,Apsara - pher the Jeweller and the stone carver ,14 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 15. objects inspired by these Metaphor for lies in its depths and whichforms are sold at fairs andfestivals and adorn homes and Consciousness assures immortality . The churning of the ocean The ratnas further point thathaveils ,and they carry within the vast and of the universal was a metaphorical act. Thethem the meanings and meta- mind or consciousness .en- good (gods) and the bad( de-phors inherent in the primal ergy represented by the horse mons ) are the mental tenden-myth of samundra manthan . and elephant , the fulfilment cies, which together give riseAmrit ,or the nectar of im- of wishes by the Kalpavriksa to thoughts leading eventuallymorality ,which energes from or the wish fulfiling tree ,and to action.the Kalasha is not to be un- surubhi the divine Cow ,all Thoughts can be vicious ,likederstood Just as the elixir of these treasures reside in the poison, which also came outeverlasting and immortal life Universal Consciousness . during churning, or sublime,but in it is the secret of perfect It is form here that mankind like the nectar. Wise andknowledge and it is the most has to repossess them ,and it discriminating use of intellectprecious of the ratans or the is on this ocean of universal can give us material wealthgems that were it was arise consciousness that Vishnu and pleasure in the mundanefrom the ocean when it was will rest at the dissoultion of matters as well as fulfil ourchurned . creation and the start of an- wishes of divine benediction,This is primary matter from other . which is lasting and neverwhich creation springs .it is The Cosmic waters ,mysteri- gets exhausted. Now the timethe repository of the mind ous and full of secrets and has come, to churn living.Therefore ,Whether it is for- treasures ,is thus the recepta- thoughts of the Wisdom oftune as epitomised by Laksh- cle of all that makes life pre- God, where you shall get themi or valour . profound cos- cious and in particular con- Light of God , dissolving themic occean is the metaphor . tains the pot of nectar that miseries of life and attaining . Youth’s Wings /November 2012 15
  • 16. THE DANGERS OF TEEN A Abhishek prakash my child- finally gave up the habit of * Increased tolerance ; or the hood friend (name changed ) drinking . need to use mare and more was 14 years old when he had alcohol to achieve the same his first sip of alcohol .He had WHAT IS ALCO- effects . just discovered that his parents were separating and that soon HOL ABUSE ? * A variety of medical ,social Alcohol abusers are those who and /or legal problems aris- his family would not be the same anymore .His parents did drink despite recurrent so- ing from alcohol use .AL- cial ,interpersonal ,and legal not realize that he had taken to problems .The consumption of COHOL AND THE drinking on a regular basis . alcohol leads to a ‘ harmful use TEEN BRAIN After his father moved out ,Ab- ‘ causing physical or mental While many people undestand hishek stayed with his mother demage to the drinker .Repeat- that alcohol can affect the liver ,a busy businesswoman .He ed abuse or ‘harmful use ‘ can ,few people know the dangers did show signs of anger and lead to alcoholism . that it can prose to the teen violence occasionally ,but his Alcoholism is charac- brain continoues to develop mother did not take his amiss during the early 20s and alco- ,she attributed this to her sepa- terized by : hol abuse arrests the develop- * The inability to control ment .” The adolescent brain is ration from her hushband and drinking once it has begun . still developing and complete hoped that abhishek would get * A physical dependence brain maturity occurs only by used to the idea . manifested by withdrawal age 25 . Alcohol destroys the symptoms when the indiviual brain cells MRI scans of young Abhishek gradually became stops using alcohol . regular drinkers violent and started beating her .She recognized belatedly,she smell of alcohol in his breath .Abhishek ,she enlisted her hushband’s support and to- gether they took abhishek to de-addiction centre .The par- ents moved in together to foter their son’s recover and it really helped ! it tok abhishek two whole years to recover but he16 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 17. CAUSES OF ALCOHOLISM LOW SELF -WORTH : Teenagers are at elevatedALCOHOL ABUSE risk for alcohol addiction because they are more self - conscious that adults and are eager to please their peers ,’ Among the leading reasons for teen drinking includes shows distinct changes .A study goals .Becuse of the undevel- the belief that alcohol will conducted by Susan F .Tapert oped prefrontal lobes ,teens make them feel better . ,Ph. D,an associate professor in tend to engage in risky behav- the department of psychiatry at iours including consumption the university of california ,San of alcohol . Drinking alcohol in STRESS : Increasing com- Diego and director of the subst- turm affects the development of petition from the world out- nce Abuse Mental illness Pro- these lobes ,making this is vi- side ,parental expectations gramme ,VA San Diego Health- cious cycle . and the constant need for care System , Drinking also affects the growth acceptance by the peer group reveals Recent evidence sug- of the hippocampus ,the part combine to cause unbearable gests that heavy drinking during of the brain responsible for stress ,Teen takes to drinking adolescene and young adult- learning and memory .Hence as a coping mechanism . hood is associated with poorer .teens who drink not only have neuro-cognite functioning dur- a short-term memory loss ,but HEREDITY : A de-ad- ing the young adult years ,with their atudies also affected . diction unit of the wisdom particular impairment of atten- When teens drink heavily ,ow- Medical research foundation tion and visualspatial skills ,”he ing to the reduced brain re- Trust ,35% of the teen alco- brain undergoes changes till the sponse ,they may not exibit the hol cases are heredity .The age of 25 years . typical physical traits of drunk- father or the grandfather Brain imaging studies have ness - like swaying while walk- may have been a habitual demonstrated that heavy alco- ing, or slurring of speech . drinker . hol consumption during ado- lescene and young adulthood EASY AVAILABILITY can lead to subtle but significant : Through the legal age for bnormalities in brain structure drinking varies across in- and function .During the criti- dia from 18 -25 years ,bars cal period of adolescene ,the ex- seldom question young- ecutive control portion of the sters walking in .Youngsters brian the prefrontal lobes -is also have access to liquor at still developing .Ths region of parties .some parents serve the brain is crictical to the deci- alcohol to their children un- sion making process ,assessing der supervision ,rather than risks and managing immediate having them experiment gratification versus long-term elsewhere with their peers . Youth’s Wings /November 2012 17
  • 18. WARNING SIGNS OF A EFFECTS OF AL-DRINKING PROBLEM* Mood changes : irritability COHOL ABuse,temper and defensiveness . SOLUTIONS• School problems; poor at- A s their brain shrinks, poor judgment can lead to accidents “There are no proper solutions to teenage drinking .medical treat-tendance ,low grades ,discipli- that cause injury to them and ment and counseling are the onlynary action. others .one in five hospital ad- solutions . missions has a direct relationship ‘• Rebellion. to alcohol consumption . one in By simply talking to the teenager five traumatic brain injuries seen about the use of alcohol and the• New friendships along with in hospital emergency rooms are effects of teenage drinking ,par-a reluctance to introduce their related to alcohol . ents can rsduce the risk of theirfriends to you . Many teens also take to violence. child drinking . “By this time they have lost the• A ‘nothing matters’ attitude ability to think or the listen.They Children are more likely to com-revealing a sloppy appearance, start abusing people verbally and municate with their parents when physically .Eventually ,they de- they receive positive verbal anda lack of involvement in for- velop personality disorders and non- verbal cues that show thatmer interests, and low energy/ sometimes depression .they also their parents are listening .lethargy . put their careers at risk . “Adolescents who drink are also A strong value system can give• Alcohol found in the child’s more likely to engage in risky children the courage to makeroom or schoolbag or the smell sexual activities ,casual ,unpro- decisions based on facts ,ratherof alcohol in his breath. tected sexual relationships with than give in to pressure from strangers are a possibility .and friends .Hobbies ,school events• Physical or mental problems; unwanted pregnancies and HIV ,and other activities may preventmemory lapses ,poor concen- infections may occur .other children from expermenting withtration ,bloodshot eyes ,lack of health problem include stomach alcohol ,tobacco ,or other drugscoordination ,or slurred speech ulcers ,liver problems . out of boredom .18 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
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  • 20. Dance to good health Dance has been one of the most graceful me- suicide cases amongst students. and this isdiums of self expression since time immemorial something which can most certainly be cor-.When this art form transcends the platform of recte through dance threapy Dance therapyentertainment and relieves physical worries It based on indian classical and and folk danceevovles into therapy,Dancemovements are used forms is being used to control diabetes , ar-as a psychothera peutic process .Since the body thritis , hypertension,’’ depression and abesity,mind and spirit are connected in dance ,it pro- ,claimsSatyanarayanaa .motes the emotional andphysical integration of This therapy can also heal people with speciala person .’’ Most of us hardly get time for physi- needs ,especially the autism hypo , hyper activecal works-out and consequentlyface problems and dpressed people .’’ Research has Researchlike spondylitis. has on the effects of dance/movements therapy in special settings and with specific including the learning disabled, frail elderly, emotionally disturbed, depressed and suicidal, mentally re- tarded, substance abusers, visually and hearing impaired, psychotic, and autistic. Those with physical problems (such as amputations, trau- matic brain injury, stroke, and chronic pain) and with chronic illnesses (such as anorexia and bulimia, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, cystic fibrosis, heart disease,) have also been studied .Dance therapy can be an effectiveremedy here.’’ it is a poweful meansto counter Stres as itintegrates body ,mind and emtions .’’whenemotionsare invoked,it relaesstress to a greatextent .Dance therapy is beneficial for studentsas it increase their grasping power ,concen-tration and decision making skills and cre-ates an awareness Dance therapy should beintroduced as about time ,sense and stagemanners .’’ a curriculum in schools and col- leges ,because dance keeps students mentally and physically strong . A negative attitude and mental imbalance is what explains most20 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
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  • 22. Channel V’s brand new teenage hungama...Humse se hai life The show featured the ups and downsDirector : Ragini shah she had to face in life while dealing withActors: Angali Jain,Yuvraj the high profile life of Elite School. TheThakur,Himansh Kohli ,varun start of the show was indeed good andKapoor,Amit Sareen people had even started liking the pair-Format: teen drama ing of Sia and Raghav (Himansh Kohli).Running time: 23 minutesChannel : channel VPlot: this show is about a girl maned SiaDhillon, a 17 year old girl whodreamsof becoming a boxer; while most of theteenage girls dream of a future filledwith glitz and glam. She was 11 whenher father, National Level boxer Sand-eep Dhillon, began to teach her boxing.But after a year, her parents died in a caraccident. In the next 5 years, Sia livedthrough poverty and her life becamehard’ but she never lost sight of her oneand only dream of becoming a boxer ,22 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 23. The buddy pro- ject Director: Abhishek Gandhi Actors : Manav gohil, fahad ali Format: Teen drama Running time: 20 minutes Channel : channel V Plot: this show dedicated to teen all characters are teenagers . this show is very much liked by teen- agers Manav gohil is play- ing a role a guy who fall in Ghai who comes to Mum-Dil dosti dance (d3) bai to follow her dreams love with a girl and story is about this only how heDirector : Sidharth of becoming a dancer. she make that girl fall for him .malhotra , Palki mal- joins a college and getshotra to know about the divideActors : Kunwar Am- between dazzlings, thearjeet Singh,Sneha rich brats and the weak- lings, the poor fellows.Kapoor,Shakti She then meets the poormohan,Vrinda dwada fellow swayam, who be-Format: Teen Drama comes her best friend,Dance, Romance and called Rey. Swayam wasComedy already in love with Sha-Running time: 21 ron Raiprakash since theminutes past 5 Reyaansh, whomChannel : Channel V she falls in love with and Sharon , her enemy . ShePlot : Story of this show falls in love with Reyaanshrevolves around six teens whofall in love with each other. lovingly years but sharonhow they met , what happens hates him because he iswhen they meet . The story a weakling.Can Sway ambased on the life of Kriya win Sharon Back ?? Youth’s Wings /November 2012 23
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  • 25. ORIGIN OF HORSE POWERBefore the invention of steam engine , The equivalent to so many number of horses .most common source of energy availble to He was thus able to express the power of hisman was muscular energy . By experience engines in simple terms .In this way ‘ horse, man gained a general idea about the rate power’ ( h. p) came to be used as the unit ofat which an average horse can work .James power .Watt, the grandson of a teacher of mathemat- How did Watt find ou the rate of the powerics, and the son of a shipwright merchant of of a horse ? He performed an experiment inGreenock, was born in 1736. On the advice of which a horse was made to raise a knowna Glasgow Professor, he was sent to London weight of coal from a coal -pit .The verti-in 1755 to be apprenticed to a mathematcal cal distance through which the weight wasinstrument maker. moved in one minute was carefully noted .However, on arriving in London he discov- The amount of work done by the horse inered that the seven years’ apprenticeship rule unit time was regarded as the average rate ofof the gild was largely insisted upon, and it working of a horse ,or one ‘ horse power’ ( h.was only with difficulty that he could find any p .).one who would take him for so short a time Now a days another unit called ‘ watt’ isas a year commonly used by scientists and engineersIf the steam was condensed in a separate ves- as a unit of power . One horse power is 746sel from the cylinder, it would be quite pos- watts .By the ways ,it may be interesting tosible to keep the condensing vessel cool and note that the rate at which a man can workthe cylinder hot at the same time. The next is certainly Limited : about 80 watts ( 0.11morning Watt built a prototype and found h.p.) over log periods with peaks of 500 wattsthat it worked. He added other improvements ( 0.67 h. p. ) for short periods . James Wattand built his now famous improved steam himself had no money to spend on experi-engine. ments, and no capital with which to startThis is the reason why james Watt ,the inven manufacturing steam engines, should histor of the steam engine , compared his egines experiments prove successful .with horses and sold each engine as being Youth’s Wings /November 2012 25
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  • 28. Money,Fame & love... a teenagers dream Money is nothing more desire of being popular they is the way through which you then the pieces of colored becomes guitarists, sports- can become rockstars not by papers but it leads to happi- men, dancers at school or just closing eyes. ness , joy and provides luxuri- college level . ous life. Infact life is incom- Today a new fasion has Some reaches next level to arrived in colleges and in plete without money. But the become popular by adopting question is why do we need schools as well ,if an individu- wrong methods as the result al surrounded by opposite sex money? We are talking about they regrets about that for teenagers so why do they then that individual becomes their whole life. if fame be- apple of everyone’s eye. Any- need money? comes addiction individual For a teenager luxurious life how that individual becomes don’t care about its conse- famous. is having branded cars, bikes, quences. Being popular is not watches and cloths, they need During teenage teenagers bad but for a teenager it is don’t care about their parent’s money to go for parties, they hard to decide what is good need money to impress their love for them. they care about and what is bad. Actually its their first love, the first smile classmates. For teenagers not their fault , its age fault. money is equal to god which ,the first crush student good When teenagers closes their and then the story be- is fulfilling all wishes. And af- eyes they consider themself as ter money their second desire gins………… Suddenly a a big Hollywood or Bol- at studies becomes an aver- is to be popular because they lywood star. Here the thing want attention ,they want age student.Exchange of gifts need to understand is only somewhere in dark, sleepless people to talk about them. In hard work and determination in school but full attendance28 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 29. nights, short attendance After looking attelephone bills parents have a new question“what is wrong with this telephone companywhy our telephones bills are increasing???”But Who knows the answer.If something went wrong in their love lifesome teens becomes smokers, painters andafter that long time of dipression somebecomes poets that’s how story ends. Bychance if another bus stops at busstop eve-rything becomes greener again. Ask yourchild: “Do you think you’ll ever be famous?Do you think you’ll ever be a millionaire?”Many kids will say yes.They dream of being professional athletes,famous musicians, and people who make adifference in the world. While some of thisdreaming is healthy, some of it gets kidsoff track, giving them unrealistic expecta-tions that they’ll never meet. Consider theseideas in raising kids who dream big and alsodream wellThat’s what happens in teenage this is storyof “ a successfull man is a person who makesmore money than his wife can spend ‘‘-lana turner every teenager and thisis amesing we all have similar stories onlynames are different. Teenage smells likealower ,enjoy, feel it as much as you can.Tips for . . . the skills they need to make their dreams * All parents come true. Learn more at www.search-insti- tute.org/sparks.Talk to your kids about their dreams, their Find out whom your child admires. If youfantastical dreams and their realistic ones. don’t know much about the hero, ask ques-Find out what they think of their future. tions to learn more.Even though it’s tempting to dismiss kids’ While you don’t want to put a damper onunrealistic dreams, be open to them. Keep your child’s dreams, it’s important to talkcommunication open and ask questions to about what’s realistic. It’s a delicate balance,help them find their way. but you need to make sure your child isConnect your kids with people who share aware of the long odds involved in makingan interest in their dreams. Find adults and certain dreams come true .programs that can help your kids develop Youth’s Wings /November 2012 29
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  • 31. fidence I needed to start my college journey . * Do you have plans for continued study ? Ans : No, I have no plans. I’m looking to start my career and progress it with a solid organiza- tion. I’m interested in gaining work experience, rather than additional education. . * What extracurricular activities have you par- ticipated in ? Ans : In my leadership roles on KNS and stu- dent clubs, I learned a lot about myself. I de- veloped a passion for being an agent of change. It helped me to be able to gain a firmer under- standing of my own strengths and weaknesses and grow personally and professionally. Sonal Kripa ,Pass out * How has your college experience prepared student of KNS-IT En- you for a career ? Ans : I learned a lot about myself during col- gineering College ,Ban- lege. I faced challenges that I never thought I would come across and in turn, I have become galore Tells about the more confident . life of students and what * What is your greatest strength ? they think about future Ans : My ability to work with all different kinds of people. I enjoy learning from everyone career I meet . * How would you describe yourself * How are you feeling now you passed out Ans : I’m a common person. I really enjoyfrom college ? meeting and working with a lot of different people .Ans : Feeling good and bad also because now iwould miss to all my friends and teachers . * Why did you choose your major ? * Describe your most rewarding college experi- Ans : I decided to get my degree in elementaryence ? education because it was something that has always come naturally to me.Ans : My most rewarding college experienceoccurred even before I arrived on campus as a * What was your greatest strength as a student ?freshman. Two weeks prior to orientation day,the college offered an “outward bound” pro- Ans ; My biggest strength as a student was howgram that first year students could participate I studied and prepared for exams.in. During those two weeks, I overcame fears,made life long friends, and gained the self-con Youth’s Wings /November 2012 31
  • 32. Windows 8 on desktops button might puzzle and even frustrate userswhoWhat we like ...... have grown accustorned to its unobtrusive exitence* Dyanamic content : Much like smart- at the bottom left corner of their screens .phones and tablets ,Windows 8 will have your * Can be confusing : In Windows 8 ,gestureslaptop or desktop’s screen feeding you all sorts of play a big role .This means there is no ‘X’ at theinformation notifications current time ,number top right corner to close an app .in the Modern UIof unread emails ,weather details befor you even ,y.On touchscreen tablets ,gestures feel natural .Onunlock it . your desktop or notebook ,they don’t .This means Windows 8 also work best when it is connected there is no ‘X’ at the top right corner to close an appto the web .This means ,you can hook it up with .in the Modern UI .your Live ID and sync all your content like office you have to navigate to the top of the app withfiles or family photographs with SkyDrive in real a mouse ,wait for a hand -cursor to appear andtime . then drag to the bottomto close it .On touchscreen* Universal search :When you need to ac- tablets ,gestures feel natural .On your desktop orcess a program or a file .you can just start typing its notebook ,they don’t This means there is no ‘X’ atname at the Start Screen . You will get the content the top right corner to close an app .in the Modernor app you are lokking for even before you have fin- UI ,you have to navigate to the top of the app withished typing .Overall ,its Search feature is powerful a mouse ,wait for a hand -cursor to appear andand works very well . then drag to the bottomto close it .On touchscreen tablets ,gestures feel natural .On your desktop or * App support for your PC : We like that notebook ,they don’t .you can run apps on your PC ,Just like you wouldon a tablet .Installing or Uninstalling apps through *Modern hidden file system : This isthe Windows Store is just a matter of one click something that is like-ly to trouble power users.Overall Modern UI apps are clutter free and easy to .When work ing with Modern UI apps ,users can behandle . The user interface is beautiful ,and singing just two apps at a time .Also ,its file system is largelyup with your Live ID means that you can access all hidden or with which program you want to open ityour apps across devices . .It all happens automatically . Similarly ,Once you have saved a file in this wayWhat We don’t like .you cannot look for it through your folders .In- * No Start button : We miss ‘Start’ .it is our go- stead ,you will have to seek it using the universalto button to begin any task on our PC or even ac- search feature ,or find it through the programcess any program. The absenceof this all-important that was used to open it .32 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
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  • 34. APNA SERIOUSLY SAPNA ???? MONEY MONEY .....As the sliding door opens a its wake up time and time to could get. They dream to havecool breeze welcomes you, it move to the nearest shopping fully personalized life wherealmost pulls you through the mall. This is a typical adoles- there will be no questions liketranslucent doors. The way cent day dreaming his/ her way “where are you going?, withdoors part makes you feel through a boring session of whom…?, don’t spend muchroyal . . Fresh smell of rose fills college. But Alas! It stays just money, we don’t have moneythe air. There are no roses a dream for most of the teens to waste.” But who knew, whatin the vicinity but the smell because of their so called “mid- these students would end uplingers. As you enter, bright dle class family status “and so with, falling for the greed oflights are set off as if an alarm the pocket money they get is money to fulfill their dreams,has been set in motion. Peo- less compared to their other af- their roof touching dreams.ple run towards you from all fluent friends. So , they dream But where is the hero, theseover. Barbie dolls wave at you class with all the fancies they dreams and get teens attractedfrom each floor. Look up! the big, dream to be a part of high to him like a magnet. The quesfloors touch the sky. You have apersonalized lift that takes youfrom floor to floor. Each floorhas a unique smell you feelwanted. You feel important. Atthe snap of a finger there arepeople at your service. Yourclothes change as you movefrom one floor to another,your phone changes its shapeas you move higher and higher and.” -suddenly the bell rings,34 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 35. sell. Teens take everythingat facevalue and believe with out a not so mature to know the business tactics . When a marketer advertises a product on television, they do doubt the messages in the advertise- ments. The flashy advertisements broadcast in television generate impulse shopping among the youth. Teens, after watching the more attracted towards the costly branded products, dress- es and accessories,electronic gadgets etc. trate more on the negatives. Every situation and child is dif- to him like a magnet. The The types ofyouth today are ferent .and there may be manyquestion now running in your exposed to all advertisements factors behind a child’s uniquemind would be “who is the on various media like the thinking of development .Theyhero… what magnet ”right!! television, print media and disregard the inexpen -sive, butWell its nothing but the internet as well. In fact, every- useful, ones that are not shownmoney, who can get you any- one is bombarded by advertise- in the commercials.Advertise-thing at anytime you want .But ments everywhere now a days. ments have an indirect effectmoney is clever, you lay your The teens in general are more on the behavior of these teens.hands on it, It may land you susceptible and get easily influ- They might develop temperin trouble. enced by advertisements . tantrums, when deprived ofThere are many such flashy The youth, they are innocent their wants. The personal pref-things now that tempt you and not realize that it is a busi erences in clothing, accessoto buy these unwanted goods, ness and their main aim is towhich does no good to you butgets you to lose your preciousmoney… The first thing thattargets you are these Adver-tisements which tempts youto pressurize your parents topurchase the products shownin the commercials, whetheruseful or not. These teenagerstend to get adamant, if they arenot bought the product.The youth often tend to misin-terpret the messages conveyedin commercials. They overlookthe positive side and concen Youth’s Wings /November 2012 35
  • 36. -ries, food and luxurious of the of shopping. It’s the so called has also been made easyyoungsters are altered by the “class” of shopping. Shops there through a system of any timeadvertisements , to a great ex- attract you in such a way that money(ATM).tent. Another way in which the you make an urge for things, As there is heavy competitionyoungsters get attracted to the like” oh! I wanted this for in the market, the banks ingoods are the new rising mall ages!!!” and then go out of the their quest to expand their cus-culture . These huge massive shop with a big bag and a big tomer base go on issuing cardsbuildings highly technically smile as if you have achieved without really looking into thebuilt with all the latest facili- something great. These adver- credit worthiness of the cus-ties attract a lot of people for tisements can also get you to tomer. This results in a situ-the sake of entertainment . But a psychic level of shopaholism ation where every individualeven here the focus is on the technically known as onioma- has multiple credit cards in hisyouth. nia. wallet. This develops a feelingThe shops opened here are Here you go crazy over things among the youngsters that theyyouth welcoming. Many brand- that you develop an unwanted can withdraw money anytimeed shops like the Lifestyle, want edness in you that tend as they own a credit card. ButWeekender and so on… then you to shop and shop and shop. the whole problem arises whencoffee bars, KFC etc. Video The shopaholism may eventu- the time comes to settle thegames attract the youth in a ally lead to “shoplifting’,atleast payments for the purchasesbig way. It’s a fashion, a trend to in few cases. Now in this era of made. They run out of moneyvisit such malls and purchase easy availability of commodi- as they spent all they had inthings. It’s the so called “class” ties, the availability of money purchasing. 36 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
  • 37. Check your master mind and get points .Please rank from 1 to 5 using each number only once - 1 being the mosthighly valued and 5 being the least valued.Q. How highly do you value the following?A. Getting a jobB. Financial securityC. FriendshipsD. School or study satisfactionE. Spirituality / faithQ. How concerned are you about the following issues?A. AlcoholB. Body imageC. School or study problemsD. The environmentE. Family conflictQ. If you need help with a personal problem, where do you turn for advice and sup-port?A. Community AgenciesB. FriendsC. MagazinesD. Telephone helplineE. Relative/family friendQ. Are you involved in any of the following activities/groups?A. Arts/cultural (eg drama, music, dance)B. SportsC. volunteerD. Youth Groups & ClubsE. ReligiousQ. What is your main source of income?A. parentsB. EmploymentC.familyD.GpvermentE. otherQ. Do you have paid work? (Select 1 option only)A. Working full-timeB. Working part-timeC. Casual or temporary workD. Unemployed/looking for workE. Too young to work or choose not to Youth’s Wings /November 2012 37
  • 38. Story of Soft Drinks ndustry ‘‘ for his experiments on gas obtainedIt was in the 17th century the first marketed from the fermenting vats of a brewery .In 1772soft drinks appeared as a mixture of water as he made a pratical display of a small carbonatinga mixture of water and lemon Juice sweetened apparatus at the College of Physicians in Londanwith honey .The Compagine de Limonadiers , England . His demonstration suggested thatwas formed at paris ,the capital of France , in with the aid of a pump , water might be more air1676 .It was granted a monopoly for sale of its T homas Henry , whoproducts .In those days the dispensed medicinesvendors carried tanks and drugs ,is credited withon their backs from the first production ofWhich they gave out carbonated water .Hecups of Lemonade . made it in 12 gallon barrCarbonated beverages - els with the use of anwere developed from apparatus based on theEuropean attempts in carbonating apparatus ofthe 17th century .this priestley .Jacob Schweppewas done to imitate , a jeweller in Geneva inthe popular and Switzerland ,read & Lavoinaturally effervescent - sier and decided to makewaters of famous a similar device .By 1794springs . he was selling his highly Jan Baptist van carbonated artificialHelmont (1577-1644) on ,he started a businessfirst used the terms at London in England .‘ gas’ in his reference By about 1820to the carbon dioxide improvements in manufaccontent .Robert Boyle -turing processes allowed,the anglolrish chemist , who helped found a much greayer output .Soon bottled watermodern chemistry , published his Short Mem- became popular . Mineral salts and flavoursoirs for the Natural Experimental History of were added - ginger in around 1820 , lemon inMineral Waters in 1685 .it included sections on the 1830s .tonic in 1858 , John Pemberton , aexamming mineral springs , on the water ,on its pharmacist in Atlanta ,Georgia , U.S.A. inventedeffects upon human bodies ,and lastly ,’’ of the Coca Cola ,the first Cola drink in 1886 .imitation of natural medicinal waters by chemi- Meanwhile, old-fashioned soda fountains andcal and other artificial ways .’’ ice cream parlors are making a comeback. Partly inspired by the craze for antique cocktailNamed after the moon recipes, entrepreneurs are opening spots likeSelenium ,an element isolated in 1870 and used San Francisco’s Ice Cream Bar, where soda jerksas a photoconductor is named after the moon will whip up a special soda for you with home- (selene in Greek) .James Priestley (1733 -1804) . made tinctures, real acid phosphate, and evencarbonated artificial the English chemist and some tobacco flavor just for that 1889 feeling.theologian ,prepared father of the soft drinks i 38 Youth’s Wings /November 2012
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