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  • A MULTICAUSALITY MODEL OF RAPE


Jose Mathews

Abstract:
Rape as a frequently reported sex crime is studied from different perspectives. There are analyses that involve considerations from male pathology, socio-cultural elements, situational variables and victim’s precipitation.


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  • “WHAT WILL WE DO FOR ENSURING GENDER EQUALITY”


Bodising Narah

Abstract:
Gender equality is a concept debated a lot from the perspectives of the different political actors and exponents of the broad range of the feminism, at the institutional and non-institutional level, within the framework of different national and international organisations.


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  • PROSPECT OF SELF-HELP GROUP FOR PROVERTY ALLIVATION: IN DHEMAJI DISTRICT OF ASSAM


Basanta Chutia

Abstract:
Poverty is almost a social problems, contaminated in an every socio-economic zone, spreaded itself among all over the deprived section of the population gradually. The concerned paper basically assessing the role of Self-help group approach in eradication of poverty, its successiveness in generating income and the impact of micro credit on the empowerment of the women members of the self-help groups.


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  • THE FIFTH AND SIXTH SCHEDULE OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS


Dr. Th. Siamkhum

Abstract:
The Government of India, after independence, decided to replace the British colonial policy of isolation and non-interference in the affairs of tribal people of North-East India (Assam) by a policy of integration and development.


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  • THE ROLE OF E-GOVERNANCE IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT


Umakanth. H. T., Dr. Venkategowda

Abstract:
The use of Information and Communication Technology in governance processes and by governments has been mostly centered in the deployment of ICT applications and solutions to streamline government’s operations reduce transactional costs, and increase transparency and accountability of public institutions.


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  • INTELECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PATENT AND COPY RIGHT


Mitra. Shahsavani, Prof. C. Basavaraju

Abstract:
Intellectual property is the creative work of the human intellect. the main motivation of its protection is to encourage and reward creativity nations give statutory expression to the economic rights of creators in their creations and to the right of public in accessing these creation.


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