• Communal Harmony: Need of the Hour
    COMMUNAL HARMONY: NEED OF THE HOUR There is hardly any other country in the world than India which has a great diversity of culture, religion, language, tradition, community etc. People live and think in terms of their respective religions, faiths and tongues, and seek to serve their selfish ends without...
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    COMMUNAL HARMONY: NEED OF THE HOUR There is hardly any other country in the world than India which has a great diversity of culture, religion, language, tradition, community etc. People live and think in terms of their respective religions, faiths and tongues, and seek to serve their selfish ends without...
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  • Ethno-Religious Disintegration in the
    these difficulties have had a particular cogency, and have from time to time excited the attention of the world communities as when, for example, communal violence often erupts in India, or when India and Pakistan went to war over the emergence of independent Bangladesh or over Kashmir issue. 3. As...
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  • Communalism
    SOUNDARYA.U.K THE NEED FOR COMMUNAL HARMONY IN INDIA India has been the motherland of mankind from time immemorial.It is also the homeland of all religions.It is also the cradle...
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  • Muhammad Ali Jinnah
    politics of British government and India took shape during this period. He used to visit the Hyde Park, where English people enjoyed the freedom of speech. They were allowed to criticize their government freely. This impressed him very much. After returning from England, he joined the Anjuman-i-Islam...
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  • Dicitionary
    Word | Part of Speech | Definition | abase | v | To lower; degrade; humiliate; to bring from a higher to a lower state; to depress; to hurt the pride of. | abate | v | To subside or moderate. | abbreviate | v | To shorten; to make smaller. | aberrant | adj | Abnormal or deviant. | abolish |...
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  • Lee Seung-Hwan The Social Meaning of Body - Bloc de notas
    Yijing (Book of Changes), another Confucian scripture, borrows Confucius’ words and says that, “Written characters are not the full exponent of speech, and speech is not the full expression of ideas.”4 The Confucian viewpoint, then, insists that relative importance of language can Página 1 The Social...
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  • 2010:Techno Era or Environmental Disaster
    MUNAL HARMONY - India’s Greatest Challenge The humanity that India represents today is a product of a civilization 12,000 years or more old. The spirit of tolerance and assimilation are the hallmarks of this civilization. Never has the question of communal harmony and social integration raised such...
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  • Communal Harmony
    Role of Students in Communal Harmony It is said that the real strength of a nation depends not so much on its natural resources or on its military capabilities but rather on its students. They constitute the backbone of a nation as well as the pillar on which the national edifice is built. They...
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  • National Integration
    cultures and religions and also, a sense of unity among the citizens. In our country, people belonging to various religions live in harmony, but there are occasions when the communal fabric gets disturbed, often on trivial issues. It is the responsibility of all sections of society to ensure peace and brotherhood...
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  • Communicative Language
    crafts as Gandhi would have preferred to call them:  agriculture, spinning, and weaving.               So, all these documents—Gandhi’s Inaugural Speech, the Agenda, the Resolutions, and the two Reports that followed, make up the kernel of Nai Talim or the New Education, that later became famous all...
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  • Who Asked the First Question?
    Centre of Traditional Polyphony Joseph Jordania WHO ASKED THE FIRST QUESTION? The Origins of Human Choral Singing, Intelligence, Language and Speech Logos 2006 2 To the memory of Valeri Pavlovich Alexeev and Malkhaz Abdushelishvili © Programm “Logos”, 2006 © Joseph Jordania, 2006 ...
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  • Climate Change & Cht, Bangladesh
    condemned); the fundamental rights granted by the constitution or by law; the right of equal access to public service; the right to vote, and to freedom of speech and freedom of the press; the right to be free from arbitrary invasion of privacy, family or home; and legal rights such as the right to due process...
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  • INTRODUCTION TO A CONTRIBUTION TO A CRITIQUE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY
    person who has already absorbed the dynamic social forces is accidentally cast into the wilderness -- is just as preposterous as the development of speech without individuals who live _together_ and talk to one another. It is unnecessary to dwell upon this point further. It need not have been mentioned...
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  • The Three Little Pigs
    instructive Gazetteer ... [not] an Historian" "Trial of Marie-Antoinette" 9K Carlyle "'Have you anything to say?' The Accused shook her head, without speech. Night's candles are burning out; and with her too Time is finishing, and it will be Eternity and Day. This Hall of Tinville's is dark, ill-lighted...
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  • Communal Violence
    Communal Violence in India: An Irrepressible Evil? Communal violence in independent India has a long history that can be traced back from the time of the Post Partition riot of 1961 in Jabalpur which was followed by strings of similar incidents, especially post 1980s with Anti-Sikh Pogrom (Delhi) in...
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  • The Principle of Recompense in "Twelfth Night"
    NIGHT' Like Shakespeare's other romantic comedies, TwelfthNight moves from personal frustration and social disorder to individual fulfilmentand social harmony by means of what Leo Salingar has shown to be the traditional comic combination of beneficent fortune and human intrigue.' This basic pattern, of course...
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  • Get Inked
    or image every day for the remainder of their life. Whatever one thinks of tattoos, it is impossible to disagree with the conclusion that a form of speech does not lose first amendment protection based on the kind of surface it is applied to. Therefore, why not express such a freedom as to use your body...
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  • civil rights movement
    Utopian communities[edit] New Harmony as envisioned by Owen Utopian socialism was the US's first Socialist movement. Utopians attempted to develop model socialist societies to demonstrate the virtues of their brand of beliefs. Most Utopian socialist ideas originated in Europe, but the US was most...
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  • Journal
    first section of this essay. In later sections of the essay, it should become clear that listening (in all its diverse practices, whether listening to speech, music, the media or soundscape) is among the most powerful contemporary "technologies of the self," in that it has immense power to locate the subject...
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