• Women in Leaders
    EGM/EPDM /2005/REPORT United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women (DAW) Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) Equal Participation of Women and Men in Decision-Making Processes, with Particular Emphasis on Political...
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  • Upsc Syllabus
    General Studies (Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society)      Indian culture will cover the salient aspects of Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from ancient to modern times. Modern Indian history from about the middle of the eighteenth century until...
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  • Women Atrocities
    Introduction Since, the evolution of society took place and man decided to form a state regulating its citizens with a set of framed laws there has always been a flux between social and legal norms. Legal norms have been formed on the basis of demands and needs of the society. They are formed in a way as to...
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  • Feminism in Printmedia
    Indian Journal of Gender Studies http://ijg.sagepub.com 'Feminism' in Print Media Maitrayee Chaudhuri Indian Journal of Gender Studies 2000; 7; 263 DOI: 10.1177/097152150000700208 The online version of this article can be found at: http://ijg.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/7/2/263 Published...
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  • Microfinance and Its Delivery Models
    semi-urban or urban areas for enabling them to raise their income levels and improve living standards" For several decades, many economies including the Indian, experimented with subsidized credit for the poor. But the only tangible outcome perhaps was the increase in Non-Performing Assets (NPA). Then came...
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  • Wewasdasdw
    the Nahuatl language and who dominated large parts of Mesoamerica from the 14th to 16th centuries. Ayurveda –  is a system of traditional medicine native to Indian subcontinent and a form of alternative medicine. B. Babylonian – was an ancient Semitic nation state and cultural region based in central-southern Mesopotamia...
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  • Education as Tool for Community Development in Tanzania
    helping people without undercutting their autonomy (Ellerman 2002). Its compatibility with other development paradigms—namely, participation and empowerment—has helped make self-help a recurring theme, almost to the point where it is conceived as essential in ‘enlightened’ development projects. It is...
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  • Information Technology and Women Empowerment in India
    Information Technology and Women Empowerment in India Dr.Nasir Zamir Qureshi Associate Professor, Department of Commerce, Aligarh Muslim University...
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  • Banking
    until 2017 if ANC wins general election in 2013. » Recently head of HSBC India Naina Lal Kidwai has been appointed a new president of Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry. She is the first female head of FICCL. » Recently India’s CAGS Vinod Rai has been re-elected as the chairman of...
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  • Women in Local Governance
    India Report STATE OF WOMEN IN URBAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT INDIA DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTRY 1.1 Socio-economic profile India, with a population of around one billion persons is the second most populous country in the world after China. Located in South Asia, the country is spread over an area of 3.2...
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  • Women Empowerment
    Women empowerment  Historical Back ground of enslaving Women:-                     Considering sacrifices, sufferings & contribution of women for the welfare of the family, in the early times of human history, the families were Matriarchal (mother as head of the family).Although woman was not weaker...
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  • Waatever
    India Report STATE OF WOMEN IN URBAN LOCAL GOVERNMENT INDIA DESCRIPTION OF THE COUNTRY 1.1 Socio-economic profile India, with a population of around one billion persons is the second most populous country in the world after China. Located in South Asia, the country is spread over an area of 3.2...
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  • Gender Issues in Corporate World
    refers to the equal valuing of the roles of women and men. It works to overcome the barriers of stereotypes and prejudices so that both sexes are able to equally contribute to and benefit from economic, social, cultural and political developments within society. Traditionally, there was a misconception...
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  • Human Development Report 2010
    grapple with even more difficult issues, including the increasingly critical area of sustainability, as well as inequality and broader notions of empowerment. Many of the analytical and statistical challenges identified in the original 1990 Report continue to confront us today. UNDP can take appropriate...
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  • Aspiration
    DALIT WOMEN THE DOWNTRODDEN OF THE DOWNTRODDEN Dr. Ruth Manorama, National Federation of Dalit ...
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  • Microfinance
    VoluntaryAssociation (CEVA), Kochi  CATALYST he 1.15 billion Indian population comprises approximately one sixth of the world’s population. Among this, ten  percent of the population posseses a large proportion of the total wealth of India. Interestingly, four Indians were ranked within the top ten of the world’s billionaires list in...
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  • Debating Muslim Political Representation
    Debating Muslim political representation HILAL AHMED THE political representation of Indian Muslims, one of the most contested political questions in postcolonial India, has become very relevant in recent years primarily because of two important, yet distinct, reasons. The publication of the Sachar...
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  • Role of Ngos
    photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior permission of Vision IAS 1 www.visionias.in ©Vision IAS Q1. Why have ‘participation’ and ‘empowerment’ gained wide currency in recent development literature? Decades of development efforts have provoked a feeling of disenchantment with the conventional...
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  • How the Public's View of Nurses Has Impacted the Nursing Profession
    to society’s attitudes. This is an important issue for contemporary nursing. I feel the most pertinent of challenges nurses have is oppression in society. There are multiple causes for this oppression; the lack of power and control in nursing (Roberts 2000). The poor public image generated by the media’s...
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  • Microfinance
    to every Indian has not become a reality. Efforts are on in the right direction & need of the hour is to make hunger free India a reality. Within societies, vertical divisions by way of social inequities are nursing a sense of deprivation. To a hungry person, bread is God. No civilized society can exist...
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