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  • PROBLEMS OF AGED PEOPLE IN RURAL COMMUNITIES OF ASSAM: A case study in Lakhimpur District


Dr. Swapna Dutta

Abstract:
The population of the old people of 60- plus age is estimated to be about 60 million in India. Most of the elderly people live in villages as India’s population has rural bias. With the disintegration of joint family system and changes in social values, social structure and economy resulting from industrialization, urbanization and impact of western culture, the traditional forms of family role expectation are changing. Children now neglect the aged parents and they feel unwanted


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  • HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY SECTORS IN INDIA: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES (A THEORETICAL OVERVIEW)


Mrs. Preeti V. Sarda, Mrs. D.Rashmitha,

Abstract:
India is a large market for travel and tourism. It offers a diverse portfolio of niche tourism products - cruises, adventure, medical, wellness, sports, MICE, eco-tourism, film, rural and religious tourism. India has been recognized as a destination for spiritual tourism for domestic and international tourists


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  • Push and Pull Factor for Rural Children Migration to Cities become as A Street Children’s – A study of Assela Town


Berhanu Hailemeskel Dr. C. Senthilkumar

Abstract:
This research intended to determine specifically the area of Push and Pull factors of migrant children; drivers and lived experiences of migrant children. The researcher used a phenomenological qualitative research strategy; the study target population consisted of street children’s living on the street who do not go to their family/relatives regularly. Observation, Focus Group Discussion, interview, a case study approach were used to collect data. The collected data was analyzed thematically


20-31
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  • Indigenous Weather Forecasting Mechanisms among Ethiopia Somali


Mustefa Deshu Dr. C. Senthilkumar

Abstract:
The study focused on identifying Indigenous knowledge of weather forecasting mechanisms in Korehay Zone, Somali Regional State, Ethiopia. The study was conducted in Ethiopia Somali region, Korahay Zone in 2017.The purpose of this study to identify indigenous knowledge have been experienced among pastoralist communities to predict weather patterns in their area. The study was employed ethnographic descriptive survey methods using open ended questionnaires and interviews.


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  • Violence and Role of Afghan Women in Peace Process


Marjila Amiri

Abstract:
Violence against women and role of Afghan women in peacemaking as the point on entering an analysis of gender political and sovereign power in the contemporary of Afghanistan. It explores the evolving parameters of what counts as violence against women in Afghanistan articulated in legal frameworks and practices, in public and media debates and the interventions of political leaders, diplomats, and aid workers.


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  • A STUDY OF CORRUPTION EFFECT ON AFGHANISTAN ‘S GOVERNMENTAL INSTITUTIONS SINCE 2001


Ahmad Masoud Ebrahimi

Abstract:
Corruption is defined as misuse of entrusted authority for private and personal gains. İt occurs when the public officials misuse the trust placed or power given to them as public servant for financial or non-monetary gain.


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  • Afghanistan and Regional Economic Cooperation Between Central Asia and South Asia


Elnaaz Amini

Abstract:
This article examines the potential economic role of Afghanistan’s geostrategic location and its outcome for economic integration between Central Asia and South Asia. Based on the findings, differences in resources investment and dissimilarities in trade structure between these two regions, there is a high potential for trade complementarity, particularly in the area of energy trade.


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  • THE CHARACTERISTIC OF THE RURAL POOR IN EBBO/KUCHI IN LAPAI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF NIGER STATE, NIGERIA


UMAR, Tauheed Ibrahim (Ph.D)

Abstract:
The studyinvestigated the demographic, socio-economic and housing characteristicsof the rural poor inEbbo/Kuchi in Lapai Local Government Area of Niger State, Nigeria. Preliminary survey of the study area


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  • A STRATEGY FOR MANAGING THE VARIABILITY IN LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY OF MASONRY BLOCK-LAYING ACTIVITY ON BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SITES IN SOUTH-EAST ZONE, NIGERIA


Onoh, F. E., Prof. Mogbo, T. C. and Dr. Nnadi, E. O.

Abstract:
Proper management of labour productivity variability and application of corrective measures taken to achieve the required level of productivity will help keep the project on track, as well as influence the timely completion and cost control of building works


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