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Rioting is a spontaneous outburst of group violence, characterised by excitement mixed with rage. The .outburst is usually directed against alleged perpetrators of injustice or gross misuses of powers. The typical rioter has no premeditated purpose, plan or direction; although systematic looting, arson and attack on persons may occur once the riot is under way. Also, criminals and conspirators may expand their routine activities in the wake of the riotous chaos. While it is quite clear that riots are not premeditated outbursts, as a rule, they are not senseless outbursts. While all riots stem from conflicts in society, similar to those which inspire disobedience, they generally do not develop from specific acts of civil disobedience. Yet, repeated failures of civil disobedience to achieve goals can, and often do, result in frustrations and that provide fertile ground for the violent outbursts, which we call riots.
3. Women Neglected
In this men’s world, women don’t get an equal opportunity. Although they have as much ability as men, they don’t get the same opportunities. In a government that preaches equal opportunity, few women hold important government positions. In industries, women who do excellent jobs as executive secretaries still don’t get promoted to executive positions. This discrimination, which is damaging, must be stopped.
Our nation’s social and economic structure is based on energy. Without abundant supplies of energy, we cannot count on good days ahead with expanding opportunity for everyone. We have got to utilise, fully and wisely, nuclear fuels, coal, hydropower and other energy sources. To sustain long-term growth and progress, research is to be insisted on. Energy independence is possible with tough decisions and positive action, and consumers must be involved in every step of decision-making. We are all consumers. Together we can bring about energy independence.
The sole aim of journalism should be to serve the people. The print journalism is a great power, but just as an uncontrolled torrent of water submerges whole countryside’s and devastates crops, even so an uncontrolled pen serves but to destroy. If the control is from without, it proves more poisonous than want of control. It can be profitable only when exercised from within. If this line of reasoning is correct, how many of the journals in the land would stand the test? But who will stop those that are useless? And who should be the judge? The useful and the useless must, like good and evil, go on together, and man must make his choice.