Vocabulary building throuh sentences

Learning new words through sentences ..   Grueling … The election officials who worked from 8am to 8pm on the polling days had to cope with the grueling heat conditions throughout India. Or New recruits to the army are deliberately put through grueling climate conditions to … Read more

Trnslation exercise -Odiya to English

Translate the following Odiya sentences to English.     1. ବୋଧହୁଏ ଆଉ ତିନିମାସ ପରେ ମୋର ଅଜା ଆଈ ତୀର୍ଥ ଯାତ୍ରାରେ ଯିବେ।      2. ପ୍ରଥମେ ରାମେଶ୍ଵରମ ଯିବେ ତାପରେ କନ୍ୟାକୁମାରୀ ଯିବେ।      3. ଦୀର୍ଘ ସମୟ ଧରି ରେଳ ଯାତ୍ରା କରିବା ବୟସ୍କ ଲୋକଙ୍କ ପାଇଁ କଷ୍ଟକର ହୁଏ।     … Read more

Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar 

1a. Difference between ‘killing’, ‘murder’ and ‘assassination’.

Killing …It means an act of causing death, especially deliberately.

a. The killing of large number of cows became necessary after Mad Cow Disease spread in the area.

b. Killing of Maoists will not be very effective to curb their menace. Some innovative political approach would perhaps be more fruitful.

Murder .. It means the unlawful premeditated killing of one human being by another.

a. The murder of the lonely couple caused heightened anxiety in the entire hill town.

b. Rigging an election is nothing but murder of democracy.

Assassination …It means the murder of an important person for political or religious reasons.

a. The assassination of President Kennedy had plunged the entire America in grief. b. The ring of armed guards could not prevent the assassination of the prime minister.

2. List of assassinated leaders. Rajiv Gandhi, Benajeer Bhuto, Benigno Aquino of Philippines

3. Why they were assassinated .. Rajiv Gandhi .. He was shot in point blank range by a LTTE supporter. It was an act of revenge by the Sri Lanka-based insurgency organization for India’s armed intervention against it. Benajeer Bhutto. .. She was assassinated by un-known groups. Taliban was suspected to be involved in the act because she had taken firm stand against it. Benigno Aquino …

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Introductory note… Julius Caesar (100BC – 44BC)

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