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Youth of India

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YOUTH OF INDIA                                                                                                                                                                                  
The youth is fully filled with ideas, we have the finger on the pulse so we are best suited for the nation and the economy to grow. When young people like us come together, we counter each other, face challenges, bring strong opinions to the table and are invincible.
We are said to have the hot blood and when it gets stirred up, we can fight any force whether it be corruption, terrorism or the aliens. We generally wants the country to be happy and prosperous and should work against the terrorism.
Youth is the new definition of the changing times, it is a perfect example of ‘it doesn’t get any better than this. Today’s youth is full of spark. It burns everything it touches. We are not obstinate, we make mistakes and learn from them. We have the courage which is inexplicable, we are dynamic and have written our fate ourselves. We generally have the key to the lock and we are the only ones who can set the caged bird free.
We are the driving force of tomorrow. We have some responsibilities toward our country, which it must acknowledge and practise.
The youth of today has been widely outclassed; they do not consider themselves to be too young to be pampered, and they are not supposed to be old enough to take responsibility on their own shoulders.
The main problem is the communication gap between them and their elders — the former believing themselves to be old enough for taking their own decisions for matters personal or social while the latter just refuse to hand over this responsibility to them. This leads to temperaments rising high more often.
The most common problem a person faces at this phase of life is peer pressure. They are pressures by either dares or threats into doing what one would rather avoid. Some people are naturally competitive and they strive to act in...

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