• Research on Kannathil Muthamittal
    ability to write this essay, before I came to the conclusion that they were in fact the motivation behind my writing. Consequently my analysis of Mani Ratnam's depiction of Tamil militancy in Sri Lanka in Kannathil Muthamittal (A Peck on the Cheek, 2002, henceforth KM) is offered as a reflection on the...
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  • Subramainaya Baharathi
    Tamil poet he ranked with Ilanko, Thiruvalluvar and Kamban. His writings gave new life to the Tamil language - and to Tamil national consciousness. He involved himself actively in the Indian freedom struggle. It is sometimes said of Bharathi that he was first an Indian and then a Tamil. Perhaps, it...
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  • Regional Politics Is Fatal for India
    the national perspective. The regional groups will then be able to identify themselves with the national mainstream. The beginning of 20th century saw the emergence of two political trends in Tamil Nadu. One was set up by the Brahmins who were in tune with the national Mainstream and the other by...
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  • Strengthening Ethnic Relationship
    way to promote racial integration in a national level. Different races would be able to socialize and mingle around with one another due to sports. A sport meets at any level which is organize in the country would learn to respect each others customs and beliefs as they are expose to a mixed kind of...
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  • Afghanistan and war on drugs
    to contain this anti-Tamil mobilisation. Political elites would have been more effective and able to exert their agency if their parties had been more integrated with Sri Lankan society. Furthermore, the lack of integration of Tamils into the mainstream political parties enabled the elite to...
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  • Trb Syllabus
    century – Indian – National Movement – Constitutional development in India from 1858 to 1947. Unit – VI Integration of Indian States – Republican Constitution of India, Gandhian and Nehru Eras – India’s role in world affairs Unit - VII Sources of the History of Tamilnadu – Sangam age and...
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  • English as a National Foreign Language
    unemployable. They cannot help with their children’s school homework everyday or decide their revenue options of the future. A positive attitude to English as a national language is essential to the integration of people into Indian society. There would appear to be virtually no disagreement in the...
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  • Education in Malaysia
    amidst Chinese protests. In 1956, the Razak Report was adopted by the Malayan government as the educational framework for independent Malaya. The Razak Report called for a national school system consists of Malay, English, Chinese and Tamil-medium schools at the primary level, and Malay and English...
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  • three man in a boat stroy of jjjjjjjj
    to different groups and also for fostering national integration and instilling constitutional values. 8.5 Today teachers do encounter many paradoxes: globalization vs. individualization; school asticvs. non scholastic subjects; autocratic teaching strategies vs. education for vocation; values...
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    Click Here for Important Books for IAS Examination: http://upscportal.com/civilservices/books Download UPSC Civil Services Examination Syllabus MAIN EXAMINATION GENERAL STUDIES The written examination will consist of the following papers: Paper‐I Section 1 • Essay 250 Marks...
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  • Review of related studies on library service in the Philippines
    and potential users. The main arsenal for libraries in Malaysia can utilize would be the automated library system and integration of automated library system. ______________ http://www.studymode.com/essays/Review-Of-Related-Studies-1397981.html Local: 1Academic libraries are dependent on the...
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  • Role of English in India
    school children learn their mother tongue first, then the regional language and the official language. Although implemented everywhere except in Tamil Nadu, it reflects the contradictory tensions between the wish for national integration and the respect of minority rights, an awkward compromise...
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  • The Jade Pendant
    necessity to find a separate and distinct national identity, one that could clearly be called Singaporean. The endeavor to establish this identity is echoed in the literature through the themes they raise. In particular, this is most true of the Singapore Short story which was by comparison to other...
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     languages | 8th Schedule:[show]Assamese Bengali Bodo Dogri Gujarati Hindi Kannada Kashmiri Konkani Maithili Malayalam Manipuri Marathi Nepali Oriya Punjabi Sanskrit Santali Sindhi Tamil Telugu Urdu[7] | National languages | None defined by the constitution.[8] | Demonym | Indian...
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  • India:Foreign Relations
    problem became serious when Tamilians began demanding a national homeland or “Eelam” in northern Sri Lanka. It is important to understand that there are essentially two categories of Tamilians in Sri Lanka: The Ceylon Tamils whose forefathers had migrated to Sri Lanka centuries ago. They are...
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    days Seminar on "PROMOTION OF TAMIL LANGUAGE". The proposed activities aimed at promoting Tamil Language in the Project area and to promote National Integration also. We hope the application will be dealt favourable for financial assistance. Thanking you sir...
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  • happy and prosperous india
    Tamilnadu (Chennai, Kanchipuram, Coimbatore and Vellore). • The Tamil edition of the competition was held for the first time in 2009-10 in 12 cities across Tamilnadu where around 3.25 lakh students from 375 schools participated • Part of a national level school essay competition in 6...
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  • Tourism Conteibutes to National Integation of Ethnic
    Tourism contributes to national integration of ethnic groups in Sri Lanka. Problem Statement. After independence, Sri Lanka was left with a crude gift by the British colonial rulers of an ideologically divided nation consisting of two ethnic groups namely, Sinhalese the majority and Tamils...
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  • Yogendra Yadav's Article on Party System in
    , Congress could reassert itself electorally in 1980. In spite of the comeback of the Congress, the national community artificially constructed during the second life of the congress system was developing cracks. Already, the states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala and West Bengal had evolved their separate...
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    States (1935-1947); Regionalism and regional inequality; Integration of Princely States; Princes in electoral politics; the Question of National Language. 14. Caste and Ethnicity after 1947; Backward castes and tribes in postcolonial electoral politics; Dalit movements. 15. Economic development and...
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