Black Friday

Black Friday

Supper sale of the year with astonishing cheap rates:

Black Friday is a fantastic day, with many retailers opening up at 5 am or even earlier to hordes of people waiting anxiously outside the windows. Most of the large retailers post their Black Friday ad scans, coupons, discount rates, and offers online beforehand to give consumers time to find out about sales and plan their purchases.

Cyber Crime

CyberCrime is defined as a crime where a computer is the object of the crime or is used as a tool to commit an offense. Here is the use of a computer as an instrument to further illegal ends, such as committing fraud, trafficking in child pornography and intellectual property, stealing identities, or violating privacy.

Cybercrime is a crime that involves a computer and a network. The computer may have been used in the commission of a crime, or it may be the target. Cybercrime may harm someone’s security and financial health.

Kinds of Cyber Crime:

  • Cyberextortion
  • Email and internet fraud.
  • Ransomware attacks 
  • Identity fraud (where personal information is stolen and used).
  • Theft of financial or card payment data.
  • Theft and sale of corporate data.


Poverty is an economic state where people are experiencing scarcity or the lack of certain commodities that are required for the lives of humans. The word poverty comes from the French word “poverté” which means poor. Poverty is a state or condition in which a person or community lacks the financial resources and essentials for a minimum standard of living.

Types of Poverty:

 Poverty means that the income level from employment is so low that basic human needs can’t be met. Poverty-stricken people and families might go without proper housing, clean water, healthy food, and medical attention. Poverty has been associated, for example, with poor health, low levels of education or skills, an inability or an unwillingness to work, high rates of disruptive or disorderly behavior, and improvidence.

On the basis of social, economic, and political aspects, there are different ways to identify the type of Poverty:  Absolute poverty, Relative Poverty, Situational Poverty, Generational Poverty, Rural Poverty, and Urban Poverty.

1.    Absolute poverty: It is also known as extreme poverty or abject poverty, it involves the scarcity of basic food, clean water, health, shelter, education, and information. Those who belong to absolute poverty tend to struggle to live and experience a lot of child deaths from preventable diseases like malaria, cholera, and water-contamination-related diseases.

2.    Relative Poverty: It is defined from the social perspective that is the living standard compared to the economic standards of the population living in surroundings. Hence it is a measure of income inequality. For example, a family can be considered poor if it cannot afford food, education, clothing, vacations, and gifts for children.

3.    Situational Poverty: It is a temporary type of poverty based on the occurrence of an adverse event like an environmental disaster, job loss, and severe health problems.
People can help themselves even with small assistance, as poverty comes because of unfortunate events.

4.    Generational Poverty: It is handed over to individuals and families from one generation to the other. This is more complicated as there is no escape because the people are trapped in its cause and unable to access the tools required to get out of it.

5.    Rural Poverty:

 It occurs in rural areas with populations below 50,000. It is the area where there are fewer job opportunities, less access to services, less support for disabilities, and quality education opportunities. People are tending to live mostly on the farming and other menial work available to the surroundings.

6. Urban Poverty: It occurs in metropolitan areas with a population of over 50,000. These are some major challenges faced by the urban poor. Limited access to health and education, inadequate housing and services, unhealthy environment because of overcrowding, and little social protection mechanism.

 Eradication of Poverty:

“Overcoming poverty is not a gesture of charity. It is an act of justice. It is the protection of fundamental human rights. Everyone everywhere has the right to live with dignity, free from fear and oppression, free from hunger and thirst, and free to express them and associate at will.”

Poverty is a moral issue because it is not right that some people enjoy an affluent lifestyle, while so many lack educational opportunities, healthcare, housing, and adequate nutrition. The rights of the poor should be the same as the rights of the rich. Creating jobs and increase in daily wages, investing in affordable, high-quality child care and early education, and supporting pay equity are some steps to eradicate poverty from a country.


Easter is a Christian holiday that celebrates the belief in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In the New Testament of the Bible, the event is said to have occurred three days after Jesus was crucified by the Romans and died in roughly 30 A.D. The holiday concludes the “Passion of Christ,” a series of events and holidays that begins with Lent—a 40-day period of fasting, prayer, sacrifices, and ends with Holy Week. Easter 2021 occurred on Sunday, April 17. However, Easter falls on a different date each year.


The story behind Easter is present in the New Testament of the Bible which narrates how Jesus was arrested by the Roman authorities because he claimed to be the “Son of God”. He was then sentenced to death by Pontius Pilate, the Roman emperor by crucifixion. His resurrection three days later marks the occasion of Easter. This day is also closely associated with the Jewish festival of Passover.

Easter Customs and Traditions:

Easter, like Christmas, has accumulated a great many traditions, some of which have little to do with the Christian celebration of the Resurrection but derive from folk customs. Easter is celebrated as a joyous occasion and the Sunday prior is called Palm Sunday which marks the arrival of Jesus in Jerusalem. Various churches begin the celebration in the late hours of Saturday through a religious service called Easter Vigil.

Easter Eggs:

Easter is a religious holiday, but some of its customs, such as Easter Eggs, are likely linked to pagan traditions. The egg itself became a symbol of the Resurrection. Just as Jesus rose from the tomb, the egg symbolizes new life emerging from the eggshell. In the Orthodox tradition eggs are painted red to symbolize the blood Jesus shed on the cross. Since its origins, Easter has been a time of celebration, feasting, many traditional games and customs developed, such as egg rolling, egg tapping, pace egging, cascarones or confetti eggs, and egg decorating.

Easter Bunny:

The Bible makes no mention of a long-eared, short-tailed creature who delivers decorated eggs to well-behaved children on Easter Sunday; nevertheless, the Easter bunny has become a prominent symbol of Christianity’s most important holiday. The exact origins of this mythical mammal are unclear, but rabbits, known to be prolific procreators, are an ancient symbol of fertility and new life. In some European countries, however, other animals—in Switzerland the cuckoo, in Westphalia the fox, brought the Easter eggs.

 Easter Candy:

Easter is the second best-selling candy holiday in America after Halloween. Among the most popular sweet treats associated with this day are chocolate eggs, which date back to early 19th century Europe. Eggs have long been associated with Easter as a symbol of new life and Jesus’ resurrection. Another egg-shaped candy, the jelly bean, became associated with Easter in the 1930s.

Easter Parade:

The Easter Parade tradition dates back to the mid-1800s in New York City, when the upper crust of society would attend Easter services at various Fifth Avenue churches then stroll outside afterward, showing off their new spring outfits and hats. Average citizens started showing up along Fifth Avenue to check out the action. The tradition reached its peak by the mid-20th century, and Participants often sport elaborately decorated bonnets and hats.

Lamb Foods:

Lamb is a traditional Easter food. Christians refer to Jesus as the “Lamb of God,” though lamb at Easter also has roots in early Passover celebrations. In the story of Exodus, the people of Egypt suffered a series of terrible plagues, including the death of all firstborn sons. Members of the Jewish faith painted their doorposts with sacrificed lamb’s blood so that God would “pass over” their homes. Jews who converted to Christianity continued the tradition of eating lamb at Easter. Historically, the lamb would have been one of the first fresh meats available after a long winter with no livestock to slaughter.

Easter Lilies:

White Easter lilies symbolize the purity of Christ to Christians and are common decorations in churches and homes around the Easter holiday. Their growth from dormant bulbs in the ground to flowers symbolizes the rebirth and hope of Christ’s resurrection. They went on to become the unofficial flower of Easter celebrations across the United States.







Sincerity means that appearance and reality are exactly the same. Sincerity in your relationships has a direct impact on your success. It is moral truth and the face of the soul. The roots of truth, honesty, and sincerity, should go deep into the soil of soul that the tree of mind flourishes very high. Purity in heart, clarity in mind, sincerity in action, and contentment is the formula for happiness. It is the actual secret of success.

Vision, Mission, Core Values


To become the most reliable platform in the market by maintaining customer satisfaction.


To deliver high quality corporate and business ethics, based on our values, utilizing our customer, service systems and our ability to create the best team, in an environment of trust and respect.

Core Values:


A satisfied customer is the best business strategy of us. Trust is the most essential ingredient in effective communication.


Quality is the best business plan, offering the standard   quality products to clients.


Uphold the most valuable and respected quality of leadership.


Presenting as reliable, avoid hurting relationships and working with sincerity


Verify wonderful Teamwork that divides the task and multiplies the success. Teamwork makes the dreamwork.