• Social Integration and Communal Harmony in India
    Social Integration and Communal Harmony in India In India from time immemorial, people belonging to various religious faiths lived in harmony and peace. There are fundamental values and traditions in our culture that promote integration among different communities. This was helpful for the growth...
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  • Communal Harmony and Internal Security
    this brings about communal disharmony. Communal harmony is a word very familiar to one and all in India. It is always understood as harmony between people following different religions. But this word has wider meaning and application. People belonging to one religion may be Islam or Hinduism but...
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  • Communal Harmony
    Communal Harmony: India’s Foremost Character and Necessity * Posted by Dr. Ravindra Kumar on December 16, 2010 at 11:30am * For thousands of years Bharat, that is India, a land of unity in diversity has maintained a distinctive position among the nations of the world. People from diverse...
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  • Value-Based Curriculum and Teaching Methodology : an Integrated Approach to Communal Harmony and National Integration
    Value-based Curriculum and Teaching Methodology : An Integrated Approach to Communal Harmony and National Integration Mohit Puri* For a country to be truly great, there must be an understanding and the appreciation of each...
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  • National Integration
    Orissa Review * January - 2006 National Integration and Communal Harmony T.K. Mohanty The 42nd amendment came into force on December 18,1976. The preamble as amended runs as follows : "We, the people of India having solemnly resolved to Constitute India into a Soverign, Socialist, Secular...
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  • National Integrity
    Orissa Review * January - 2006 National Integration and Communal Harmony T.K. Mohanty The 42nd amendment came into force on December 18,1976. The preamble as amended runs as follows : people of India transending religious, linguistic and regional or sectional diversities. "We, the...
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  • Social Integration
    . It will be our endeavour as the citizens of this country to preserve the rich tradition of Social Harmony among diverse religious and ethnic groups and pass it over to the future generations. Even though communal tensions in India are well under control, there is no place for complacency as many...
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  • India- Different Religions and Communal Harmony
    Amity between the communities in the country and absence of friction and tension among them is known as communal harmony. In countries like India, it is very important, being a Precondition to internal peace, which is essential for progress and development of the country. As we know, India has got...
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  • National Integration
    is of 1200 years old. the eminent court poet of Sultan Balban 'Amir Khusro' had defended the cause of building monument in India in order to bring communal harmony between Hindus and Muslims. During the reign of all Mughal rulers, Rakhya Bandhan (Rakhi), Dussera, Diwali, Shivaratri and Basant...
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  • Communalism
    ARTICLES SOUNDARYA.U.K THE NEED FOR COMMUNAL HARMONY IN INDIA India has been the motherland of mankind from time immemorial.It is also the homeland of all religions.It...
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    MUNAL HARMONY - India’s Greatest Challenge The humanity that India represents today is a product of a civilization 12,000 years or more old. The spirit of tolerance and assimilation are the hallmarks of this civilization. Never has the question of communal harmony and social integration raised...
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  • National Integration
    police-public relationship, and secure the desired measures of public involvement and cooperation in promotion of communal harmony. In India from time immemorial, people belonging to various religious faiths lived in harmony and peace. There are fundamental values and traditions in our culture that...
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  • Communal Violence
    Communal Violence in India: An Irrepressible Evil? Communal violence in independent India has a long history that can be traced back from the time of the Post Partition riot of 1961 in Jabalpur which was followed by strings of similar incidents, especially post 1980s with Anti-Sikh Pogrom (Delhi...
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  • The Role of Police
    means for further strengthening the communal accord. The Excerpts:   Communal riots are not rare in India. The 2002 Gujarat riot was virtually genocide. Of late nearby Dhule had also gone through a communal conflict. So why have you chosen Malegaon for your research work? I first visited India...
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    advertising in the country markets and the availability of alternative advertising media. COMMUNAL HARMONY: NEED OF THE HOUR There is hardly any other country in the world than India which has a great diversity of culture, religion, language, tradition, community etc. People live and think...
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  • communal harmony
    Role of Teacher in promoting National Integration, Peace and Sustainable Harmony Introduction: Communal problems in India have reached an endemic proportion. Each and every part of India is being affected by this problem. More and more people are becoming conscious about their own community...
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  • Communal Harmony: Need of the Hour
    COMMUNAL HARMONY: NEED OF THE HOUR There is hardly any other country in the world than India which has a great diversity of culture, religion, language, tradition, community etc. People live and think in terms of their respective religions, faiths and tongues, and seek to serve their selfish ends...
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  • national integration
    , they created a disunity among the people by instigating communal feelings. National Integration is of great significance in a country like India where varied cultures, religions and languages exist. Integration is not achieved in India because of communalism, castism and linguistic differences. The...
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    COMMUNAL HARMONY: NEED OF THE HOUR There is hardly any other country in the world than India which has a great diversity of culture, religion, language, tradition, community etc. People live and think in terms of their respective religions, faiths and tongues, and seek to serve their selfish ends...
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  • National Integration
    river water and over territory. People vote on the basis of caste and not on basis of merit. Linguism is another threat to national integration. The need of the day is to keep communal harmony in India. Political parties can play an important role. They must teach people that they are Indians first...
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