• Matriarchal Society
    Introduction   The   system   of   matriarchy   in   Kerala   has   been   in   place   for   over   200   years.   The   concept   of   matriarchy   deals   with   a   social   set   up   in   which   descent   and ...
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  • A R Rajarajavarma
    Rajaraja Varma (1863-1918), the celebrated poet, critic and grammarian is known as Kerala Panini for his lasting contributions to Malayalam literature. He wrote books on grammar and rhetoric which earned him the title of Kerala Panini and eventually prepared the ground for an enlightened renaissance in Malayalam...
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  • Parties in India
    two major alliances that dominate the political life of the Indian state Kerala. This front is led by Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)). Since 2006 LDF controls a majority of 99 seats (out of a total of 140 seats) in the state legislative assembly. After the 2006 Assembly Election, veteran CPI(M)...
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  • Demographic Treands
    Essay on Major Demographic Trends in India By Pranav Dua Essay on Major Demographic Trends in India – India, as it is made clear, is the second most populous country in the world. Its total population crossed the mark of 121.2 crore by March 2011. Its population is currently increasing at the rate...
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  • onam
    Onam Compiled by Sanjeev Nayyar November 2003 The festival is celebrated in Kerala and marks the end of the summer monsoons. It also has another origin. Once upon a time the world was ruled by a demon king Mahabali who made the world a better place to live in than heaven. This annoyed the...
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  • Indian Economic History
    ECON345 The Dragon and the Elephant: India and China in the Asian Century 1 Essay Topic No 1 “It is the context and circumstances prevalent in any nation that should determine its policies and strategies of growth” (Mahtaney, 2010, p. 159). Illustrate the truth or falsehood of this statement...
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  • Indias population crises
    Indian’s population crisis In this essay I will be highlighting the current population crisis in India. I will discuss the numerous causes that lead to the exponential growth of the country and the problems that arise as a result of the increase. I will also be suggesting various solutions to the predicament...
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  • Narinder
    but eminent “brahmanised Britons” who promoted the idea of education in oriental set up and thus sowed the seeds of English language in a colonized state and thereafter, there was no looking back. Indians started reading, speaking, and comprehending English and they soon started writing also and with...
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  • Indian Regional Journalism
    Press The Malyalam Press The Telegu Press The Urdu Press The turning point Conclusion Introduction It is impossible to ascertain many things about the regional language newspapers in India. For example, is the newspaper Industry young or old? There is no way to say... the history of Indian Newspapers...
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  • Yogendra Yadav's Article on Party System in
    indiaFROM HEGEMONY TO CONVERGENCE: PARTY SYSTEM AND ELECTORAL POLITICS IN THE INDIAN STATES, 1952- 2002 Suhas Palshikar and Yogendra Yadav The challenge of theorizing the party system in India at the state level has never been felt as acutely as it has been in the last decade or so. One reason for this...
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  • Consumption
    of Pennsylvania ScholarlyCommons GSE Publications Graduate School of Education 6-1-2005 Consuming Globalization: Youth and Gender in Kerala, India Ritty Lukose ralukose@gse.upenn.edu Reprinted from Journal of Social History, Volume 38, Issue 4, June 2005, pages 915-935. Publisher...
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  • performance appraisal system of milma
    Performance appraised is the systematic description of an employee’s job relevant strength and weakness. It is aimed at knowing how the employees feel about the system that is prevailing in the firm, their suggestions if any for making system effective and to know whether it satisfies the need of company...
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  • education_kerala_paper
    ISSUES IN SCHOOL EDUCATION IN CONTEMPORARY KERALA C. P. Chandrasekhar V. K. Ramachandran R. Ramakumar A paper prepared for UNICEF, New Delhi April 2001 Acknowledgements K. Jayakumar IAS gave generously of his time for interviews and gave full access to documents and information on school...
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  • Women's Empowerment
    in the development of nation is very important nowadays. So women should be respected both in the society as well as in the family. To increase the states of women. They must be empowered in all aspects such as economically, socially, politically and culturally. Factors that predict...
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  • Political Parties in India
    era * 6 Indian Prime Ministers from the Congress Party * 7 Controversies and criticisms * 7.1 1947 - anti-Godse riots * 7.2 1975-1977 - State of Emergency * 7.3 1984 anti-Sikh riots * 7.3.1 Rajiv Gandhi's remarks * 7.3.2 Allegations of conspiracy and cover-ups * 7...
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  • Arundhati Roy
    I have chosen to write about the piece by Arundhati Roy, "The Algebra of Infinite Justice" First I would like to talk a bit about Arundhati's background. She was born in a small rural town in Kerala India called Anmanam. She was the first Indian woman to win the Booker Prize (a very prestigious literary...
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  • Gap Analysis
    Journal of tourism [Issue 13] COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN CENTRALIZED AND STATE-WISE TOURISM CAMPAIGNS IN INDIA Assistant Professor Dr. Nripendra SINGH Research Scholar Ms. Sunaina AHUJA Jaypee Business School, Noida, India Associate Professor Ph.D. Alexandru NEDELEA "Ștefan cel Mare" University...
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  • Tourism Study
    Tourist attractions are also created to capitalise on legends. Ethnic communities may become tourist attractions, such as Chinatowns in the United States and the black British neighbourhood of Brixton in London, England. In the US, owners and marketers of attractions advertise tourist attractions on...
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  • Communication in Business
    environment Student : ZHCHD111 ZHANG CHENG(jack) Lecturer/Tutor : Ms Desiree Jones Introduction In these years, the public concern about environment is raising rapidly. No matter who you are, everyone has responsibility to protect our environment. Companies have corporate social responsibility...
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  • Social Realism in God of Small Things
    wretten by multani Social Realism in Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things Chapter-1 Introduction In this micro research, it is all about social realism in Arundhati Roy’s novel The God of Small Things. Here major aim is to work on social problems, that have come up in the contemporary India...
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