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Paniyas : The unknown untouchables

Numerically the Paniyars form the largest single tribe in Kerala

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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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SHAKTHI

A Documentary on Pulayan Tribes of Anaimalai Hills

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Development in Contemporary China Economy and Society -1

Since its founding in 1949 the People’s Republic of China has pursued a modernist vision of rapid economic development, with several policy variants. From the 1950s through the 1970s, China followed the Soviet model of development, with industrial production in the hands of the central government and agricultural production controlled by a network of rural […]

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Popular Culture  –  2

Advantages of Pop Culture The first advantage of mass culture is its universal accessibility as a result of commercialization. Another advantage (quite controversial) is that pop culture often uses products of high culture as a basis. This leads not only to an increase in the prestige of the newly formed mainstream but also awakening the […]

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Popular Culture  –  1

The concept of “pop culture” has long been an integral part of our lives. It characterizes modern society as a consumer society, in which even such timeless things as art and literature are built on a commercial basis. There is a stereotype that products of mass culture are neither high-quality nor high-moral. It is assumed […]

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Multiculturalism – 3

Disadvantages of Multiculturalism 1 Education – Children from ethnic minorities or immigrant families would take time in getting accustomed to a new environment. This may get reflected in their academic performance, when compared with that of the local children. 2- professional – Although largely it is a benefit, managing a multicultural workforce can be very […]

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Multiculturalism – 2

Advantages of multiculturalism 1- education – There have been changes in the syllabus of subjects, like history, to accommodate a more comprehensive and broader version of the past events. This can be seen as giving more exposure to children, wherein they learn about different perspectives on a given topic. Kids are educated about equality, and […]

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Multiculturalism – 1

What is Multiculturalism Multiculturalism is a situation in which all the different cultural or racial groups in a society have equal rights and opportunities, and none is ignored or regarded as unimportant. Multiculturalism in countries Why it is that only the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the nations of Europe are required to be […]

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Mughal History – Jahangir – 2

War Against Deccan (1608-1617) Akbar had conqueredAhmednagar and Asirgarh but by the time Jahangir ascended the Throne, whole of Deccan had become independent. Jahangir resumed his Father’s imperialistic policy reggarding Decccan. The first expedition against Ahmednagar was sent in 1608 under the leadership of Khan-i-Khanan Abdur Raim but it came to nothing. In 1610, Prince […]

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Mughal History – Jahangir – 1

Briefly discuss the chief events of Jahangir’s region. 1.Accession and early measures: it was on october 24,1605 that Jahangir ascended the throne of his father at Agra amidst rejoicing. At that time he was thirty-six years of age . The earliest measure of the new emperor was that he fastened a golden chain having 60 […]

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THE SECOND SINO-JAPANESE WAR AND THE SECOND WORLD WAR  -4

EFFECTS OF THE WAR China war relieved off the western pressures and economic control. The previous treaty rights like extraterritoriality were cancelled china admitted in the UNO as a big power, having a permanent seat in the security council with veto power.Nevcer before in her modern history was her international prestige higher than at this […]

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THE SECOND SINO-JAPANESE WAR AND THE SECOND WORLD WAR  -3

EVENTS LED TO THE SECOND WORLD WAR IN THE FAR EAST It was japans’ imperialist ambitious design that bought the Second World War to the far ea stern theater. Japan had already become the partner to Rome, Berlin, Tokyo axis. It had signed into comintern pact with Germany and Italy. In September 1940 into Comintern […]

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