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  • COUNTER-INSURGENCY OPERATION AND HUMAN RIGHT VIOLATION: A CASE STUDY OF MNF MOVEMENT FOR INDEPENDENCE IN MIZORAM


Dr. Th. Siamkhum

Abstract:
Mizoram, a tiny trans-Indo-Mayanmar border state of India, located in the extreme north-east corner of India, bordering Myanmar in the East, state of Tripura in the west, Cachar District of Assam and Churachandpur District of Manipur in the North and Syhlet District of Bangladesh in the South, witnessed one of the most devastating underground movements in India for 20 years from 1966 to 1986.


1-27
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  • ‘ENVIRONMENT AND TRIBAL WOMEN’ - AN ECOFEMINIST PERSPECTIVE


Chumpee Borphukon

Abstract:
Throughout our history nature is portrayed as feminine and women are often thought of as closer to nature than men.


28-37
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  • CHALLENGES OF AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SYSTEM IN INDIA: REVIEW AND A VIEW


Anup Prakash Upadhyay

Abstract:
Indian agriculture faces serious challenges because of ever-increasing population, limited land and water availability and degradation of natural resources. The national average yields of most commodities are low.


38-47
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  • RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND PRACTICES AMONG THE MEITEI IN MANIPUR


Dr Shougrakpam Umabati devi

Abstract:
The study taken up in this research work is mainly the cultural aspect of Manipur with particular reference to Religious beliefs/practices of Meitei (Vaishnavite) community. To study culture of the Meitei it is not possible to enter into all aspects of Meitei life.


48-55
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  • RFID TECHNOLOGY & LIBRARIES


Maninder Kaur Sood

Abstract:
To increase the quality of service and for improving efficiency of operations new technologies are always helpful. At the present time, when libraries of all kinds are facing economic hardships the overwhelming reason for considering new technologies is the potential for cost savings in the operations and the management of material flows.


56-69
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  • SUICIDE PREVENTION: CURRENT PERSPECTIVE


Sharma Bhartendra, Kaur Sukhvir

Abstract:
Suicide is an important issue in the Indian context. Suicide in India is slightly above world rate. Of the half million people reported to die of suicide worldwide every year, 20% are Indians, for 17% of world population.


70-78
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  • THE DYNAMICS OF GLOBAL POWER: IN POST COLD WAR ERA


Hayatudeen Muhammad Konto, Bukar Jamri

Abstract:
This paper examines the shift in geopolitical power focused towards 2040. The locus of global power will move away from the Atlantic North towards the Asian and the Pacific East as the global system shift from a uni-polar to a multi-polar distribution of power and hegemonic dominance of the United States will diminishes.


79-105
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  • SOCIAL DIMENSIONS AS A CONCEPT: IN POST COLD WAR ERA


Bukar Jamri, Hayatudeen Muhammad Konto

Abstract:
Developments in social dimension are dominated by 3 processes: rapid demographic change; sustained urbanization; and the impact of globalization on culture, identity and beliefs.


106-117
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  • SRI AUROBINDA’S VISION ABOUT INTEGRAL EDUCATION: AN ASSESSMENT


Srikanta Nandi, Dr. Pankaj Kumar Paul

Abstract:
India is the land of sannyasin, sages, philosophers and social reformers. One among them was Sri Aurobinda who was initially nationalist revolutionary, gradually turned into moralist educationist and spiritualist.


118-125
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  • MUSLIM WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION IN CYBERSPACE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY


Atoosa Bahadori

Abstract:
Cyber is a term originated from cybernetics which means guide and some authors have defined cyberspace as set of inner human communications through computer and telecommunication means regardless to physical geography.


126-135
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  • THE FUTURE OF THE ANIMATION INDUSTRY – BOOM OR BUST?


Sam Vinay Rao

Abstract:
This is a short yet detailed study on the Animation Industry and its growth and future. The objective of the study is to trace the path the Animation Industry will, based on present trends and indices, and examine the requirements for sustained growth or direction are contained within the system.


136-149
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  • PROGRESS OF SAIVISM IN TIRUNELVELI DURING MEDIEVAL PERIOD


Dr.V.RAJU

Abstract:
Rajaraja the Great, made arrangements to chant Thirumurai in the temples and the dancing girls to sing and dance in the temples. The tradition of chanting the Thirupathigams in the temple for the past 1000 years revealing the culture and religious attitude is unknown to the other parts of the country.


150-155
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