• Ghanshyam Thori Introduction: with a Quotation or Hypothetical Question
    . Through good and ill fortune alike she has never lost sight of that quest or forgotten the ideals which gave her strength. We end today a period of ill fortune and India discovers herself again. The achievement we celebrate today is but a step, an opening of opportunity, to the greater triumphs and...
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  • Book Review
    - continent particularly after 1998. Reasoning and Indian Identity The final section has four essays that deal with the ‘Reach of Reason’, secularism and its discontents, India through its calendars and the question of the Indian identity. All of these, except ‘India through its Calendars’ fail to...
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  • Students in Role of Politics
    politics,but still it is the students only who can change the face of politics. we often complain that we have lost what we are but honestly ask a q. that have we ever tried to save what we were? the ans. would be a big "NO".but now it is the new generation who has to prove its worth,again a q...
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  • visiting foreign country
    holy country which has given the world the Buddha, Sankara, Ramanuja, Ramakrishna, Viveka and a host of others. I love my country more than my own life. I LOVE MY INDIA. I LOVE MY INDIA. : I love my India not because it is my mother-country. The people around me are lovely. The...
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  • Future of Democracy in Pakistan
    Essay For years now we have been hearing the word democracy being used endlessly in our media, homes and offices. But do we really know what democracy is? What does it stand for? What are its principles? And most importantly what is the role of different state institutions and their respective...
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  • Essay
    her classroom. This very statement gives too much importance to school. School is an active and formal agency of education. Etymologically, the word ‘school’ has come from a Greek word ‘skhole’ meaning ‘leisure’. It is a specialised agency to educate the children who are the would-be citizens of the...
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  • Winds of Change..
    political problem that has far-reaching economic consequences: opportunities are lost, innovation is deferred, and entrepreneurialism and investment are aborted” In a large democracy like India, the people ultimately hold the power through their voting rights. When the people feel that the government...
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  • food
    Apostles—Intellectuals Trip to Europe—Italy, Greece, Germany Egypt—1st World War volunteered for the International Red Cross India—Secretary to the Maharajah of Dewas His works: Short Stories Novels Travel Guides Literary Essays (Aspects of the Novel ) ( Two Cheers for Democracy...
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  • Tv Advertiesment
    words in any one of the following: (100) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) 2. The ways to enrich our regional languages. Whither Indian democracy today? Terrorism in India. Science and Religion. If I were the Prime Minister of India. (5 x 15 = 75) The scientific and technological revolution has brought about...
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  • Kkkkk
    | | | |Buddhism | | |India. |   Essay #3: Geography Japan( mountains/islands. Japan is made up of a chain of mountainous islands. Because of the mountains, the land is very difficult to farm. Most of the population...
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  • Deconstructive Reading, Reasoning Under the Postcolonial Observation in “Imaginary Homelands”
    of decline and gradually disappearing Maharashtra, as Rushdie mentions in this essay is passing from communal violence. There has always been imbalance and loop-halls in the positive sides of Multiplicity, Plurality, Hybridity and their ideologies in India. But communal fundamentalist always...
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  • Eassys
    democracy in the eastern world. She has enjoyed democracy for more than four decades. It shows that democracy has become a strong force with a strong foundation in India. The citizens of India understand the meaning of Abraham Lincoln’s definition of ‘democracy’ : ‘ It is a form of government of...
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  • The Mauryan period is an important period in the history of Indian art and architecture
    viharas for religious followers, with the Stupas of Sanchi becoming world famous. Buddhist architecture in Sri Lanka has been associated with the spread of Buddhism in India, with the earliest architectural form the Stumba, or pillar. Other early architectural forms are the Stupa, the Watadage, the...
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  • Essay
    has democracy in india delivered the goods? 12. What we have not learnt during fifty years of independence. 13. Are we a ‘soft ’ state ? 14. What have we gained from our democratic set-up? 15. Paradoxes of Democracy 16. Democracy implies tolerance of dissent Essay /GD topix: Corruption 17...
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  • Qwerty
    quoting the famous poem of Tagore: Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high; Where knowledge is free; Search www.preservearticles.com/201108039855/540-words-essay-on-the-india-of-my-dreams.html 1/3 7/25/13 540 Words Essay on the India of My Dreams Where the world has...
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  • Being a Good Citizen
    Antigone to epitomize the proper role of citizens within a society. Currently in India, economic growth has given rise to the need for good citizens to help morally develop the growing country due to the government's mistreatment of its citizens. Good citizenship calls for members of society to act...
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  • Study Notes Midterm
    for collective projects * Requires popular support which will be lost if not kept strong * Democracy requires support shown through elections * The art of the possible or compromise * About harmony, not unity * Coalition: joining of forces by 2 or more parties during a...
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  • Prof. Amartya Sen
    and ubiquitous/ and it has direct relevance to the roles of democracy and secularism today, and even to the contemporary economic debates. The celebration of public arguments has positively helped the growth of democracy in India. The historical roots of democracy in India are particularly worth...
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  • Ba English
    Meanings UNIT — IV Style - Simple Communication - Dialect, ldiolect, Register UNIT — V Phonology : - Speech —» Mechanism; Classification of Speech – Sounds Books for Reference: 1. Balasubramaniam, T. A Textbook of English Phonetics for Indian Students. New Delhi: Macmillan India Ltd...
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  • His 125
    Davidson−Gienapp−Heyrman−Lytle−Stoff: Nation of Nations: A Concise Narrative of the American Republic, Fourth Edition V. Global Essay: The Perils of Democracy Introduction © The McGraw−Hill Companies, 2005 PART FIVE GLOBAL ESSAY The Perils of Democracy I n the wake of World...
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