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  • WALKING DOWN FROM FRIENDLY TO UNFRIENDLY ROAD: A JOURNEY OF UNIFORM CIVIL CODE


Mr. Praveen Lakhera

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India is the largest democracy and diverse with million communities and traditions with a secular fabric attached to her. The Constitution of India is, since its enforcement, trying to make a diverse and tolerant nation. But the polarization along with religious lines is still active in our society. This paper proposes to bring out the actual socio-political issues which are far more urgent for a well thought out and careful implementation of Uniformity in personal laws, ensuring integrity, unity and equality between genders, communities rather than forcing a still maturing democracy into further complications of intolerance and homogeneity. This paper tosses a light on situation during ancient, medieval and modern and a comparative exploration is going to be pinched as in the course of ancient there was no cognizance about the words like secularism and uniform civil code, but there had been an essence of the same and also the confirmations as to how we deviated from the path of uniform civil code.


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  • ISSUES AND CHALLENGES BEFORE A TEACHER IN TODAY’S SCENARIO


Trupti Mishra

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In Indiansociety teaching is considered to be the most pious activity as imparting knowledge is referred to as the supreme act of charity. In education both the teacher and student are of equal importance. The teacher acts as the controller and is also an idol for the student. A teacher never acts like a dictator. He is an inspiratory, guide, and mentor. He instills in his students thought that his work is important and he will become a sound person only after complete learning.


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  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: AN INEVITABLE INTERFACE


Dr. Nidhi Buch

Abstract:
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a branch of Science. It makes systems having human like intelligence and machine like efficiency. Artificial Intelligence has taken technological advancement to the next level which has added an ease and comfort to human life. Starting from auto correcting our text to auto driving our cars we are enjoying fruits of AI in almost all of our daily courses. As AI enabled technology is nothing but fruits of human creativity and innovation, it has an inevitable interface with Intellectual Property (IP) which will certainly have enduring impact on the traditional concepts of IP. Eligibility conditions for protection, ownership and infringement liabilities are the main areas in the field of IP that are facing challenges when it comes to AI. The paper begins by exploring the impact of Artificial Intelligence on human life which is the root cause for the requirement of analyzing the interface it has with Intellectual Property. The second part makes an endeavor to address the challenges posed and opportunities available in the field of AI with particular reference to Intellectual Property.


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  • POLITICAL UPHEAVAL OF ORISSA AFTER BRITISH CONQUEST IN 1803 A.D


Dr Raghumani Naik and Mrs. Sushila Singh

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The endeavour of the British to capture Orissa started since 1757 but this opportunity came in 1803 when the British army occupied Orissa. Soon after, the freedom struggle began in different parts of the Province in the form of armed resistance, protest and rebellion against the alien authority because the traditional ways of living were disturbed. The princes and the people comprised largely of tribal population reacted against the new colonial structure and the consolidation of colonial regime went hand in hand with serious discontentment and resentment among them and resistance and bidroha occurred in different parts of Orissa. The first agitation was witnessed in Khurda during the tenure of minor king Mukunda Deva- II, who rebelled against the British in 1804.


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  • CHINA’S EVOLVING SPACE PROGRAM : TOWARDS ACCELERATED MILITARISATION


DINESH KUMAR YADAVENDRA

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Today China has a very advanced space programs covering a wide spectrum of activities.It is using its space assets to enhance its military strength and has acquired significant space capabilities, particularly in the field of satellite communication , intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR), satellite navigation and meteorology. It has also developed interplanetary space exploration capabilities. Besides its on-orbit assets, as part of its space program China has created a strong infrastructure to build spacecraft and space launch vehicle . For China space signifies a military and economicventure that is growing steadily. Space systems form a integral part of its information infrastructure.China is focussing on building its Space assets as it enables improved surveillance over a wide area and enhanced long-range precision strike capability .It improves the ability to mobilize military assets and coordinate its military activities to strike more accurately and effectively . It also facilitates a better battlefield damage assessment .


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  • ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF URBANIZATION ON THE MODJO TOWN’S PERIPHERAL COMMUNITY LIVELIHOOD, OROMIA, ETHIOPIA


Dr. C. Senthilkumar and Mr. Shiferaw Tadele Guluma

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Urbanization is a dynamic set of processes, responding to changing values and perceptions of the basic characteristics of rural versus urban areas. These processes in different countries reflect the differential development of human principles. Any process of change generates stresses, and urbanization processes are no exception. In the peripheral farming communities affected by the processes, pressures are applied up on natural resource base, and socio demographic structures can be changed. This study area is located in Oromia Regional State, East Shoa Zone,Lume Woreda which is 73 km East of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The researcher used a case study research design that investigates complex and contemporary societal phenomena in depth, and the researcher made an attempt to take 40 representative samples of households from these dislocated peripheral farming communities. Both probability and non-probability sampling techniques will apply for this research, this study would develop guidelines for key informant interview, FGD and questionnaire, to analyze the collected data with the application of SPSS 22 where used in this study.


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  • तहसील संभल में भूमि उपयोग एवं नियोजन - एक भौगोलिक अध्ययन


डॉ रीना

Abstract:
तहसील संभल में भूमि उपयोग एवं नियोजन - एक भौगोलिक अध्ययन


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  • EFFECT OF FOREIGN TELEVISION PROGRAMMES ON IGBO CULTURE: A STUDY OF ENUGU METROPOLIS


Onwuama Emeka Micheal Ph.D. (Rv. Fr.), Emmanuel J. Ibuot

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The study examined the influence of foreign television programmes on Igbo culture with particular reference to Enugu metropolis.


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  • PLANNING LEGISLATION IN NIGERIA: POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF PLANNING AUTHORITIES (FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS)


TPL. Igiri Cornelius Ali

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Physical development planning and the control of total environment are the joint responsibility of the entire segments of a given society, since nobody or settlement is immune against the consequences of a deteriorated environment.


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