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Month [Year] -- March [2018]
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Indian art is a wholesome, youthful and delicate art, a blend of symbolism and reality, spirituality and sensuality. The arte facts that have been discovered by archaeologists and historians reveal valuable facts about the lifestyle and mental patterns of that age. During ancient India various art forms developed at great pace. It is evident from the surviving art forms and literature that the ancient Indian art forms have great detailing and unique realistic style of their own. According to the evidence found, it looks like people in ancient India were great admirers of different art forms. They loved fine arts and indulged in dancing,

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On the background of Economic Policy 1991 various changes took place in our economy. New foreign companies were opened in India which contributes in the Indian economy. CSR is the process of corporate self regulation treated as the integral part of business model. Corporate social responsibility is also known as the corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, social performance, sustainable responsible business. Corporate social responsibility involves corporations, states, international organizations and civil society organizations. It has emerged as a global trend. CSR in India has traditionally been seen as a philanthropic activity. It contributes equally into social development. India is a country of myriad contradictions. On the one hand, it has grown to be one of the largest economies in the world, and an increasingly important player in the emerging global order, on the other hand, it is still home to the largest number of people living in absolute poverty and the largest number of undernourished children. What emerges is a picture of uneven distribution of the benefits of growth which many believe, is the root cause of social unrest. Companies too have been the target of those perturbed by this uneven development and as a result, their contributions to society are under severe scrutiny.

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The wide spread of pre and post harvest chemical pesticides in order to increase the yield of crops in Rishipur village of Malda District creates detrimental effects on vegetables, food grains and cultivators. A wide range of chemical pesticides are frequently used in the management of pests and diseases in vegetable production at Rishipur village of Malda District, West Bengal. The present study reveals that the farmers frequently use chemical pesticides of high to enormously hazardous group like Cypermethrin (C22H19Cl2NO3), Carbofuran (C12H15NO3), Endosulfan (C9H6Cl6O3S), Fluchloralin (C12H13ClF3N3O4), Organophosphates etc. Different symptoms of diseases as well as physiological disorders among the farmers have been reported. No proper protective measures were noticed to take on by the farmers. The sprayers were found to be related with higher relative risk in comparison with non-sprayers. Soil and nearby water quality were also observed to deteriorate. Thus the pesticides require the use of appropriate protective measures to protect the human health and the environment.