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Pazhaverkadu: The Untold story

Pulicat (Pazhaverkadu) is historically a remarkable place, an abode for Portuguese, Dutch, the Cholas, Vijayanagar, Arabs and finally the British.

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Paniyas : The unknown untouchables

Numerically the Paniyars form the largest single tribe in Kerala

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SHAKTHI

A Documentary on Pulayan Tribes of Anaimalai Hills

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ONLINE THERAPY – Shortfalls in Online Therapy

Virtual support groups might make some conditions worse rather than better. These observers worry that the lack of nonverbal cues diminishes a therapist’s ability to read and ultimately relate to a client. The ethics of some commercial, Internet-based therapists. practical warning is more imperative for those who elect to seek help in the forums. People […]

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ONLINE THERAPY – Communicating Support in Online Therapy

People are attracted to online therapy for a number of reasons. These groups offer people both informational support (e.g., links to useful Web sites, experiences of other participants) and emotional support (e.g., messages of comfort or encouragement). The two most common types of communication occurring in virtual support groups are actually statements of support and […]

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ONLINE THERAPY – Coming to Online Therapy

Despite the potential for self-destructive behavior, many people turn to the Internet for support and guidance in coping with life’s problems. The American Psychological Association (2000) claims that some 60 million people look to the 15,000 available sites to find health-related information on the Internet. Among these sources are sites such as HelpHorizons.com, which allows […]

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Russian Revolution – And Its Impact in India

Russia and the Revolutions (1900-24) In the yearly years of the twentieth century, Russia was in a troubled state. Nicholas II, who was Tsar(emperor) from 1894 until 1917, insisted on ruling as an autocrat, but he failed adequately to deal with the country’s problems. Unrest and criticism of the government reached the climax in 1905 […]

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World War I and Its Impact in India

The end of the First World War, “the war to end all wars”, it was believed, would be followed by a period of peace, freedom, democracy, and a better life for everyone. Seven months later, the Russian Revolution took place and the Soviet government issued the Decree on Peace, which called on all the belligerent […]

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Conditions and composition of factory labour in Tamil Nadu

Introduction: Madras was pre-eminently an agricultural province. The urban element in the madras presidency was weak, being only one – eight of the total population. There was only three places in madras which became within the government of India‘s definition of a city, having a population exceeding 100,000. These cities were Madras, Madurai and Trichinopoly. […]

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LEFT WING TRADE UNION (1924 to 1934)

Many communist leaders were arrested prosecuted imprisoned and convicted due to the violent and long drawn of strike led by the union in 1924.  The sole representative of the Indian working class was AITUC emerged during that period.  150,555 members of 57 unions were united by 1927.  The rapid growth of trade unionism was facilitated […]

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EMERGENCE OF WORKING CLASS

INTRODUCTION:           Labour is the outcome of the factory system and trade union is the outcome of the emergence of labor. With the development of factory system labor grows as a class, and it happens in the case of India too. The factory system has been established in India only in the […]

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