• role of youth in promoting communal harmony in india
    Role of Youth in promoting Communal harmony in India Posted by SujataParashar on March 7, 2013 in News · 0 Comments When my son was about six his classmate asked him about his religion. My son could not answer him as that was the first time someone had asked him that question. He did not know what...
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  • Social Integration
    n India from time immemorial, people belonging to various religious faiths lived in harmony and peace. There are fundamental values and traditions in our culture that promote integration among different communities. This was helpful for the growth of a great civilization in the Indian sub-continent....
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  • Social Integration and Communal Harmony in India
    Social Integration and Communal Harmony in India In India from time immemorial, people belonging to various religious faiths lived in harmony and peace. There are fundamental values and traditions in our culture that promote integration among different communities. This was helpful for the growth of...
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    The Role of Youth in Nation Building and Progress Youth are back bone to the nation.They can change the future of the society with their well being and courageous behavior. They are here to show us that which we have not been willing to look at within ourselves.Unfortunately today we find the youth...
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  • An ideal world and death penalty
    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 been and will always be the Backbone of any country’s Harmony. The youth of any country should be carefully shaped as the youth can make or mar the country...
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    yourself The concept of peace is open to many interpretations  Peace goes beyond an absence of war  Justice is integral to establishing peace  Harmony involves acknowledgement and acceptance of differences  Within each religious tradition there are often differing interpretations of the application...
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  • Sharing Responsibilities
    SHARING RESPONSIBILITY – ROLE OF LOCAL AND STATE BODIES The following ministry is assigned the responsibility of providing emergency support (i) Ministry of home affairs (ii) Ministry of health and family welfare. The officials from the health, irrigation water, sanitation, police and fire services...
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  • Communal Riots in India
    March 2004 IPCS Research Papers Communal Riots in India A Chronology (1947-2003) B Rajeshwari -0- Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies Communal Riots in India A Chronology (1947-2003) B Rajeshwari Communal riots have become a distinct feature of communalism in India. Whenever...
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  • National Integration
    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 country, strong and united during the reigns of Ashoka and Akbar. Though there was not much of political unity, there was cultural and...
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  • Sfi ( Students' Federation of India )
    such forces and will help to build a new society based on rationality and justice. The SFI is an organization of students which is ever aware of its role in society. It identifies with a society's progressive forces and is totally committed to the idea of independence, democracy, and socialism. The following...
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  • Role of Youth in Peace
    cause of communal quarrels 17. do not take sides in such quarrels, but assist only that party which is demonstrably in the right; in the case of inter-religious conflict, give your life to protect (non-violently) those in danger on either side 18. avoid occasions that may give rise to communal quarrels ...
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  • Beyond Limits...!!!
    From brutality and tyranny to peace and harmony, they have seen every period, faced every pressure, yet they stand as stiff as a mountain. For them, the sky is not the limit. They want to go beyond stars, achieving feat for them and their nation. Souzeina Mushtaq reports the achievements of young Kashmiri...
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    Employee relationship management. 8.Research and its importance. 9.Right to information act, citizen’s charter.  1.EFFECTS OF SOCIAL NETWORKING ON YOUTH 1. To survive in the civilized world one definitely needs to be a hypocrite. 2. Do nice guys finish last. 3. Importance of Internet. 4. Should...
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  • communal hormony
    Communal harmony is a term that refers to people from different backgrounds living together in unity and mutual reciprocity. Students maintain and promote Communal Harmony by taking part in activities such as attending lecture seminars and workshops on communal problems. Students also organize community...
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  • National Integration
    National Integration and Secularism MODULE - 4 Contemporary India: Issues and Goals understand the implications of secularism; and appreciate the role of a learner as a citizen of India and an agent of change in promoting national integration and secularism in our country. 24.1 NATIONAL INTEGRATION ...
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  • Plato
    life. While as a young boy Plato engaged in many forms of poetry, only later that turn into philosophy. There evidence 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...
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  • Booker T. Washington Dbq
    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 student graduated from Bowdoin...
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  • Jurisprudence
    peaceful coexistence and harmony in traditional African culture. In contradistinction with the courts system, it is perceived as less adversarial, confidential, not punitive and most importantly as preserving the social and community fabric and its spirit. It is based on the communal order and is largely...
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    seventh President of the 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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