• Rukun Negara
    | 6 | | | | 7 | | | | Research topic : | Rukun Negara as the National Ideology | Portfolio topic : | | Remark : | | SECTION | PAGE | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | RUKUN NEGARA : THE NATIONAL IDEOLOGY RUKUN NEGARA Belief in God Loyalty to King and Country...
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  • MALAYSIA PEOPLE FIRST PERFORMANCE NOW
    1MALAYSIA PEOPLE FIRST PERFORMANCE NOW Indeed, our country Malaysia aspires to: Achieving a greater unity for all her peoples; Maintaining a democratic way of life; Creating a just society in which the wealth of the nation shall be equitably distributed; Ensuring a liberal approach to her rich and...
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  • Malaysia: Concept and Values
    evolves around culture of excellence, perseverance, acceptance, education, integrity, meritocracy, humility and loyalty. It also encompases NKRAs on six major issues. Since independent, national unity has been made top priority – unity in education, culture, socio-economy, political, regional, etc. 1Malaysia...
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  • National Integration
    National Integration: A myth or reality The integrity of any nation invariably depends on the integrity of its citizens. After all, it is the individuals who constitute society or a nation. Society or nation minus individuals is nothing. The individual is a reality; whereas the society is a myth. The...
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  • National Integration
    Issues and Goals National Integration and Secularism 24 Notes NATIONAL INTEGRATION AND SECULARISM You must have learnt and recited our national anthem, ‘Jana-gana-mana’. You would have also solemnly recited it with others on several occasions, especially while celebrating national events, such as...
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  • National Integration
    Orissa Review * January - 2006 National Integration and Communal Harmony T.K. Mohanty The 42nd amendment came into force on December 18,1976. The preamble as amended runs as follows : "We, the people of India having solemnly resolved to Constitute India into a Soverign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic...
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  • Poor National Integration in Pakistan, Causes , Effects , Remedies.
    Poor National Integration In Pakistan, Causes ,Effects ,Remedies. There is a crisis of national integration in Pakistan since its birth. It is the victim of poor national integration. Lack of integration in Pakistan is fundamental problem and it has been subjected to comment by intellectuals in the...
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  • National Integrity
    Orissa Review * January - 2006 National Integration and Communal Harmony T.K. Mohanty The 42nd amendment came into force on December 18,1976. The preamble as amended runs as follows : people of India transending religious, linguistic and regional or sectional diversities. "We, the people...
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  • National Integration
    economic and political, equality of states and opportunity and to promote among them all, Fraternity assuring the dignity of the individual and unity and integrity of the Nation. In our constituent Assembly the twenty sixth day of November, 1949 also hereby adopt, enact and give ourselves this constitution...
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  • Nationalism
    In the Conservative nationalist view the integrity of a nation must remain preserved at all costs. Conservative nationalists such as John Stokes view nothing wrong on the restrictions of speech, or individual choices if it helps preserves the national integrity of a nation. “The rape of the English race”...
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  • Pakistan and Policy
    National integration is unity in diversity. It means a feeling of oneness. It implies social, political, economic, linguistic and cultural unity. It is the development of a mental climate that would help reacts in terms of oneness, irrespective of the region, language or religion of the people concerned...
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  • National Integraton
    National Integration India has a unique and wonderful culture embracing in diversities of castes, languages and religions. It is a land of different castes, creeds etc. Inspite of these divergences there was always a general feeling oneness and Indianness. All the cultural | tradition of India is characterized...
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  • Hassan
    achievement of his higher ideal which makes them forget their individual differences and interests and to work unitedly for the realization of collective national objectives. This welding force in Pakistani community is Islam. It is for the glory and spread of Islam as the best system of life that the Muslims...
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  • Malaysia: Summary
    ACCEPTANCE  PRINCIPLE OF NATIONAL SPIRIT  PRINCIPLE OF SOCIAL JUSTICE  1Malaysia Values  Conclusion  References INTRODUCTION One people, One nation and One Malaysia. 1 Malaysia is designed to re-orient Malaysia towards a new direction, geared towards greater unity and success. Malaysian people...
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  • Genaral
    population India has been facing a number of socio-economic and political problems. The main problem faced by India in the past was maintenance of unity and stability in the country. When India was ruled by the Britishers, the disunity in the country was attributed to the British policy of “Divide and...
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  • National Integration
    National Integration is the cherished desire of peace loving people of India. The country showed its humanitarian values at the time of freedom movement adhering to non-violence-strategy to release the country from the foreign shackles. This sub¬ continental country needs unity and integrity for its...
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  • Obstacles to National Unity
    obstacles to national unity Racial Inequality, Social Inequality, Religious inequality... etc (1) Regionalism/Separatism (ii) Linguism (iii) Casteism and (iv) communalism. (i) Regionalism/Separatism: Regionalism or Separatism is the most advance obstacle in the way of National Unity and development...
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  • Obstacles in National Integration
    classes, languages and sub­cultures. In any such nation, there are many obstacles to the achievement of national integration. In India the following hindrances are obstructing the growth of national feeling, casteism, communalism, linguistic fanaticism, social disparity, economic inequalities and immorality...
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  • National Integration in India
    follows different cultures and religions; and; belongs to different castes and sub-castes, races and communities. So, the national integration of India invariably depends on the integrity of its citizens. It is the individuals who constitute a society or a nation. Society or nation is nothing without its...
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  • One Malaysia
    relating to the Prime Minister’s 100 days in office, 76% of the public surveyed were aware of the 1Malaysia concepts. 23% agrees in saying “it promotes unity between the various races and some other 18% saying “it is about fairness and equality among the races.” Based on this research, it shows that Malaysian...
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