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  • HAMLET’S SOLILOQUY “TO BE OR NOT TO BE”


Dr. R. S. Baskkaran

Abstract:
Hamlet is often considered to be one of the greatest plays of all time. Of all the plays of Shakespeare, Hamlet is the most touching, heart rendering and soul stirring.


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  • MGNREGA AND EMPLOYMENT GENERATION: A STUDY IN THE STATE OF ASSAM, INDIA


Anil Kr. Saikia, Dr. Bikash Ch. Dash

Abstract:
MGNREGA has been a breakthrough in the history of independent India particularly in terms of economic empowerment of rural poor. It is one of the major legislative measures taken by the government during its 10th Five Year Plan with a view to ameliorating poverty in rural India by generating 100days guaranteed employment to each member of rural households who demand for it.


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  • READING A MAN OF THE PEOPLE IN BETWEEN THE LINES


Chudasama Bhagavatidevi A., Dr. Rachit Kalaria

Abstract:
The postcolonial literature narrates the atrocious colonial epoch. It can be taken as the history book as it depicts how the European first confiscated the native land and then gradually assaulted the native culture, native religion, native social, economic and judicial system, etc.


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  • REBELLION AGAINST CASTE BASED CONFORMIST SOCIETY IN BABURAO BAGUL’S SOOD


Ghansham S Baviskar, Dr. Subhash P. Zanke

Abstract:
Gender violence in any form is a punishable crime in India but still it is prevailing in the society. Indian constitution safeguards women’s rights and guarantees them equal status.


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  • MARGINAL VOICES IN ALICE WALKER’S STRONG HORSE TEA


Ghansham S Baviskar, Dr. Subhash P. Zanke

Abstract:
The dominant forces, the torchbearers of civilizations in America, have always silenced marginal voices.Thereligious books have always been the instrumental foundationsfor the whites to retaindominance across the world.


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  • WHAT ARE THE RETURNS OF CHILD LABOUR? AN ANALYSIS ON THE THEORY AND EVIDENCE OF THE CONSEQUENCES OF CHILD LABOUR IN BANGLADESH


Md. Isahaque Ali

Abstract:
There are wide range of evidence that child labour is a curse for the children and even for the society, though it has a few positive returns. It obstructs proper growth and development of children for which they suffer in the long run.


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  • INVESTIGATION INTO THE DEVELOPMENT OF ORAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE FOR POLYTECHNIC STUDENTS


Sunita S. Patil, Dr. J.B. Patil

Abstract:
Oral communication and presentation skills are best career enhancers and to be the single biggest factor in determining a student’s career success or failure. Experimental approaches to oral communication tend to yield better results, measures, and can include presentations, peer review, role-play, video, plus the use of current presentation software.


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  • OBSCURITY OF MEANING IN POLITICAL UTTERANCES ON HATE SPEECH IN KENYA


Wangatiah I. R., Dr. Ongarora, D., Prof. Matu, P. M.

Abstract:
Political utterances in Kenya and the world over have become a major form of discourse in human life. They constitute a genre of speech communication that is used by politicians as an expression of power and a medium for the creation of political influence among the rank and file in society.


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  • THE ROLE OF TRADITIONAL EDUCATION IN IMPARTING SOCIAL VALUES: A CASE STUDY OF THE KIKUYU COMMUNITY


Evans M. Mbuthia & Reuben N. Mwaura

Abstract:
This paper presents an overview of the role of Kikuyu traditional education in imparting social values. It explores the functionality, modes of transmission, teaching and learning strategies used in the Kikuyu traditional education.


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