• Social Integration and Communal Harmony in India
    . The author expresses confidence that NGOs can play a crucial role in maintaining communal harmony. In the concluding part of the paper she identifies certain strategies to promote communal harmony. On the whole this paper provides a comprehensive picture of social integration and communal harmony in...
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  • Social Integration
    NGOs can play a crucial role in maintaining communal harmony. In the concluding part of the paper she identifies certain strategies to promote communal harmony. On the whole this paper provides a comprehensive picture of social integration and communal harmony in India. M.K.George in his article...
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  • Chartbook
    conferences, reports, books – educate muslim youth about their role in society Muslim world Initiative SAME AS ABOVE, BUT IN AMERICA. “BRIDGE THE DIVIDE” Organisation Initiative (Goals, etc) Benefits of initiative promoting peace National Council of Churches work to reduce poverty, protect...
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  • An ideal world and death penalty
    of thousands of poor weak and downtrodden. The cause is poverty which is destructive for the growth of any country. In my vision for an ideal world, Women will have a great role to play in the progress of our country for the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world. Communal harmony has always...
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  • Sharing Responsibilities
    kind of emergency such as air raid, fire, cyclone, earthquake, epidemic, etc. iii) Promote communal harmony and assist the administration in protecting weaker sections. iv) Help in maintenance of essential services. v) Participate in socio-economic and welfare activities and perform civil defence...
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  • National Integration
    citizens. It is the crisis of the inner and not the outer. "India is a land of unity in diversity" says Dr. Rajendra Prasad. Since the ancient times people belonging to different communities, religions and cultural groups have been living in this abode of sages and gods in perfect harmony. India was one...
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  • Communal Riots in India
    party to the looting that followed. The SIMI has spread communal poison over the years and instigated the minds of Muslim youths through provocative posters. In spite of its controversial role the PAC is deployed as soon as a disturbance emerges. The procession was taken out to demand the arrest of...
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  • Role of Youth in Peace
    , and gave up the use of the phrase “passive resistance”, in connection with it, so much so that even in English writing we... (read more) Privacy Type: Open: All content is public. Preparation for Life in Peace: The Role of Youth Statement to the International Year of Peace Seminar for the...
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  • Beyond Limits...!!!
    valley. “The main aim of the documentary was to see the world with optimism,” Shafqut Habib told the spectators. ‘BARAMULLA- RELIGION AND HARMONY’ directed by Abdullah D Sherwani was based on communal harmony. A vivacious town located on the banks of river Jhelum, Baramulla is at around 55 kms...
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  • Sfi ( Students' Federation of India )
    Students’ Federation of India unflinchingly confronts all attempts to destroy the unity of the students and the people at large on religious and communal lines and with unfailing sincerity addresses itself to the task of promoting communal harmony and patriotic unity of the people against the anti...
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  • Gd/Pi Topics
    63 Sustainable Energy 26 Food Crop Cultivation in India 64 Tourism and Regional development 27 Formula one in India 65 Tourism and Cultural Understanding 28 Fringe Benefits in Corporate 66 Tourism for Heritage Conservation 29 Future of Personal Computers 67 Tourism vehicles for communal harmony 30 Global Village 68 Unconscious Motives 31 Harry Potter 69 UNESCO India 32 Holistic Nutrition 70 Value Education - Why?...
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  • National Integration
    simply for maintaining communal harmony and peace, but for the very existence of our nation. If you look around yourself, you may find that your friends, classmates, neighbours or nearby residents believe and practice religions that are different from your religion. They belong to various castes...
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  • Plato
    that Plato sometime during his youth he became acquainted with doctrines of Cratylus, a student of Heraclitus, who, along with other Pre-Socratic thinkers such as Pythagoras and Parmenides, provided Plato with the foundations of his metaphysics and epistemology. After the chaos of Athens final...
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  • communal hormony
    community based mass awareness programmes through youth camps and street plays. They also volunteer in organizations that promote Communal Harmony. Communal harmony is a term that refers to people from different backgrounds living together in unity and mutual reciprocity. Students maintain and...
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  • Essay
    Policy 35. Fundamental Rights – Bedrock of Indian Democracy 36. Communal Harmony VS Internal Security 37. Reservation in Private Sector 38. Coalition politics: boon or bane 39. do we need a Lokpal? 40. The Kashmir issue 41. Creation of smaller states and the consequent administrative , economic and...
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  • Jurisprudence
    systems with the forty two tribes of Kenya. These systems, though varied are anchored on the necessity and paramounce accorded to unity, peaceful coexistence and harmony in traditional African culture. In contradistinction with the courts system, it is perceived as less adversarial, confidential, not...
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  • Booker T. Washington Dbq
    , Southern black institutions, segregated schools that largely depended on white philanthropy to exist, focused on industrial education that would prepare blacks for subservient roles in society. These institutions were in most cases, academically inferior to white institutions. The first Black American...
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  • Dbq
    United States. He was orphaned in youth, and became the first self-made and the first westerner to become president. During his two-term presidency, Jackson expanded executive powers and transformed the President's role...
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  • Semi- Detailed Lesson Plan
    is presented. LEARNING TO LIVE-together in peace and harmony requires that quality of relationship at all levels is committed peace, human rights, democracy, and social justice in the ecology sustainable environment. LEARNING TO BE- refers to the role of Education in developing all dimensions of...
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  • William Golding
    . Similar in background and choice of character's names to R. M. Ballantyne's nineteenth-century classic The Coral Island, Lord of the Flies totally reverses Ballantyne's concept of the purity and innocence of youth and civilized man's ability to remain civilized under the worst conditions. Golding...
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