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[ Impact of watching T.V on children]It is vey hard to avoid T.V in childhood.But parents can stop them from watching television.Television has many bad impacts on children but there are little benefits.Children who watch T.V more than 2 hours they may have obesity in life or diabetes.There are many health and social issue.Telivision can damage the brain of children .Children are the nation builder of tomorrow.Whatever kids watch on T.V they join those thing in their character.I do not strictly condemn that children should not watch T.V. But they should watch the particular shows which their parents allow them. Kids who view violent acts are more likely to show aggressive behavior but also fear that the world is scary and that something bad will happen to them. TV characters often depict risky behaviors, such as smoking and drinking, and also reinforce gender-role and racial stereotypes. That's why it's so important for you to monitor the content of TV programming and set viewing limits to ensure that your kids don't spend too much time parked in front of the TV.And they can be save from television bad effects.Tufail ahmad
The unfortunate truth is that these extremists are jeopardising the future of countless children in the areas they control. If left to their devices the militants will create an entire generation of children with little knowledge or skills other than rote learning of scripture educational institutions in Nigeria makes the efforts of their ideological comrades in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Syria pale by comparison. A suicide bomber in the northern Nigerian town of Potiskum attacked a school assembly on Monday killing almost 50 students. Though Boko Haram — Nigeria’s most lethal extremist group — had not publicly claimed the attack at the time of writing, the outfit has carried out similar attacks in the past. The extremist group has burnt down schools, massacred students inside campuses and, in its most audacious attack, kidnapped nearly 300 schoolgirls from the town of Chibok in April. Not just that, the Boko Haram leadership has openly instructed followers to destroy schools. Of course, Pakistan is familiar with such patterns of violence, as local militant groups, most prominently the banned TTP, have bombed or attacked hundreds of schools in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Fata, while extremists have also threatened and attacked schools in Balochistan. In Afghanistan, though things have improved since the Taliban’s fall in 2001, the harsh restrictions the militant group placed on girls’ education while it ruled Kabul are still fresh in the mind. Moreover, media reports indicate that the self-styled Islamic State has closed down schools in parts of Syria it controls in order to ‘Islamise’ the curriculum.and a very narrow interpretation of Islam. Or the youngsters will be left illiterate. While Syria is in the midst of a bloody conflict on various fronts and Afghanistan is not very stable at the moment, there is a lot that Nigeria and Pakistan can do to stamp out militancy within their borders. Or else apart from the other effects of militancy, we may lose an entire generation to the obscurantists.Published in SST newspaper
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