• Matriarchal Society
      in   Kerala.   This   essay   will   analyze   the   matriarchal   society   of   the   northern   region   of   the   state   of   Kerala   by   studying   the   impact   of   matriarchy   on   the   social...
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  • A R Rajarajavarma
    literary renaissance in Kerala. He wrote widely in Sanskrit and Malayalam and his poetic works were influenced by the study of British romantic poets of the 19th century. His essays are fine examples of excellent prose and his name will be remembered as long as Malayalam survives. Ulloor S...
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  • Demographic Treands
    country with about 93.91 % literates (2011). Ten states and union territories, including -Kerala, Lakshadweep, Mizoram, Tripura, Goa, Damun and Diu, Puduchery, Chandigarh, Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar Inlands – have attained a literacy rate of above 85%, one target set by the planning commission to be achieved by 2011-12....
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  • Parties in India
    Left Democratic Front is one of the 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...
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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...
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  • Indias population crises
    fairs” can also be a light-hearted approach to a big problem and a way of offering free condoms and advice. Kerala Kerala is a state in rural India where actions are being taken to maintain population. Women have been educated in order to get a better career and not have the need for so many...
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  • Practice For Perfection
     United States foreign policy, the War in Afghanistan 3.4 India's nuclear weaponisation 3.5 Criticism of Israel 3.6 2001 Indian Parliament attack 3.7 The Muthanga incident 3.8 Comments on 2008 Mumbai attacks 3.9 Criticism of Sri Lanka 3.10 Views on the Naxalites 3.11 Sedition charges 3.12...
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  • Indian Economic History
    this, Kerala has become a paradox to many economists and development experts. The state of Kerala has mystified the economic principle that improvement in the standard of living for ordinary people can only come about once rapid economic development has been achieved. Kerala today is characterised...
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  • Narinder
    southern Indian state and schooling in Corpus Christi. Being the prodigy of a divorced couple, her mother provided her informal early education through a small school run by her. In her late teens she left Kerala for Delhi and embarked on a homeless life style. She relied on selling empty bottles staying...
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  • education_kerala_paper
    into areas other than education. The ratio of total educational expenditure to SDP declined from 5.25 per cent in 1986-87 to 4.47 per cent in 1996-97. About 96 per cent of all schools in Kerala are funded by the state (Table 8). The Government of Kerala funds two types of schools. The first...
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  • performance appraisal system of milma
    the country. Milk is processed and marketed by 170 milk producers’ co-operative unions, which federated into 15 state Co-operative milk marketing federation. By the end of the third phase of operation flood programme about 72700 dairy co-operative societies with 93 million farmer member where...
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  • Political Parties in India
     -Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam - Meghalaya Democratic Party - Mizo National Front - Mizoram People's Conference - Muslim League Kerala State Committee -Nagaland People's Front - National People's Party - Pattali Makkal Katchi - Praja Rajyam Party - Pudhucherry Munnetra Congress - Rashtriya Lok...
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  • Consumption
    practice “exists”, it is also itself an object—something to be produced CONSUMING GLOBALIZATION 917 through discourse, practice, and imagination.10 As Beng-Huat states for East Asia, much theorization and research on consumption focuses on identity politics and comes out of an argument about...
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  • Arundhati Roy
    U.S. decided to set up their base in Saudi Arabia instead of India for fear if the U.S. came in it may actually weaken Democratic power in India and possibly give more power to the Marxist party. In her essay "The Algebra of Infinite Justice" Roy talks about the policies of the United States and...
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  • Tourism Study
    meaningfully. There are many cities in the state which display different cultural wonders that have their own unique features. Most of the common cities include Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, etc; these cities speak volumes about the various aspects of the India’s rich pasts. Among these, Jaipur and...
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  • Indian Regional Journalism
    Karnataka spoke in Telegu. # This was the picture till 1956, when the demand for a Telegu speaking state came about with great vigour, Potti Sriramalla started a fast unto death demanding a Telgu speaking state... and died. It was the congress that started dividing responsibilities across the countries...
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  • Subversion in Women's Fiction: Power Relations and Alienation in Jean Rhys's "Wide Sargasso Sea" and Arundhati Roy's "The God of Small Things"
    subverting the concepts of the people about whom the novel was written. EMS Namboodirippad, mentioned in the novel by Roy as one of the leaders of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) and the then Chief Minister of the Kerala State was furious about the satirical overtones ion which he is portrayed...
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  • Role and Relevance of Gram Sabha Goa India
    Legislative Assembly at the state level which are very powerful democratic institutions in terms of powers especially those relating to accountability. 2. Gram Sabha is merely a deliberative body: In its present status the gram sabha is a consultative body, which has to be informed about...
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  • Campus Politics in Kerala
    Ernakulam a student demonstration. September during Kerala. community all the colleges in the state were closed indefinitely since students demanded public enquiry over incident provoked Murali. student This 30th Kerala. about the The...
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  • Women's Empowerment
    coastal plains. The total area of the state of Kerala is 39863 sq. km. Trivandrum is the capital of Kerala. For administrative purpose, the state divided into 14 districts. Palakkad is the biggest district in Kerala. It accounts for about 11.5% of the total land area of Kerala. The literally...
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