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Over the fifteen years since it came into existence, the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) has become an active and much known regional organization that has been drawing interest from many countries. It is the first multilateral, regional, international organization born in Twenty-first century. The SCO currently comprises of Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan as member states. India and Pakistan, which have held Observer status for the past 10 years, will technically become members by 2016 after the completion of certain procedures. This decision was taken in at the Ufa Summit in Russia in 2015. Belarus, which had been a dialogue partner, is now a formal observer along with Afghanistan, Iran and Mongolia while Sri Lanka and Turkey are dialogue partners. Beside this, Egypt, Nepal, Serbia, Qatar, Armenia, Azerbaijan and some other countries have displayed interest in establishing contacts with the organisation.

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Gender Equality – a concept that easily said than done. Considering the pace with which the Indian society is undergoing a transformation, its women can’t be far behind. Undoubtedly, the education and career opportunities available to the girls of India today are at par with the boys and the society at large is learning and trying to accept female professionals. But the big question comes in primarily after girls get married and become “Women”.

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भारतीय काव्यधारा की मन्दाकिनी को प्रवाहित कर मानव जीवन को आनन्दित व पवित्र करनें वाले, महाकवियों और विद्वानों ने समस्त विश्व में व्याप्त विभिन्न प्रकार के व्यापारों एवं चरित्रों को तो अपनी लेखनी के माध्यम से मूर्तरूप दिया, किन्तु अपने जीवन का परिचय एवं व्यक्तित्व को उजागर नहीं किया । इसी परम्परा का निर्वहन करने वाले महाकवि कालिदास के जीवन वृत्त को जानने हेतु यह शोध पत्र एक विनम्र प्रयास है।

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Since the dawn of history when man came to be called "man" and he formed social groups, there started a division between man and man. On the one hand there was a group of people called the "haves" and on the other hand, the other group was called as " haves not", This division further percolated in the social order, the society further entitled itself into privileged and underprivileged, civilized & uncivilized, literate and illiterate, advantageous, disadvantages etc. Those who had abundance become the privilege class and those who were destitute remained deprived of the basic need for like, least to say of education, health, human rights & fundamental rights. They did not have access to law and justice. They so called a system of fraternity equality has turned to be a system of the high and the low, the upper and the lower class, the literate and the illiterate groups.

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प्रस्तुत शोध प्रपत में बदलते परिप्रेक्ष्य मंे महिलाओं की सामाजिक स्थिति पर प्रकाश डालने से पहले हम विभिन्न कालों में महिलाओं की सामाजिक स्थिति का अध्ययन करेंगे। सामंती व्यवस्था की शुरूआत कर शासक वर्ग ने जिस समाज की रचना की उसके अंतिम पायदान पर महिला रही । सामंती समाज में सबसे ज्यादा उत्पीड़न महिलाओं को ही झेलना पड़ा है। शायद यही वजह है कि मुक्ति की भावना भी उनके अंदर ही सबसे ज्यादा होती है। वैसे तो तीसरी दुनिया के देशों में आम तौर पर महिलाओं की स्थिति बहुत दयनीय है और उन्हें अनेक तरह के शोषण का शिकार होना पड़ता है पर तीसरी दुनिया के देशों में भी जो पिछड़े समाज हैं वहाँं तो महिलाओं की स्थिति और भी ज्यादा खराब है। भारतीय समाज सामंती होने के साथ-साथ बेहद पिछड़ा समाज है और यहाँ तरह-तरह की अंधविश्वासों तथा अनेक मान्यताओं ने महिलाओं को शिकार बनाया है।

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Out of ten richest people in the world four or five may be Indian, but the irony still remains that there is a marginal farmer in the interiors of Maharashtra , who is struggling to feed his six children , the youngest of whom is a son with five sisters whose marriage the farmer cannot afford. Try telling the farmer that the economy is heading towards the handsome double digit growth, hardly consolation for his children who go to bed with empty stomach!! Layman reason for such irony is lack of inclusion in growth and development. Mahatma Gandhi once said that “ true happiness of a society can be realized only by making the person standing at the lowest rung happy”. Similarly, inclusiveness is the bridge to link representative democracy into participative democracy which is most sought after dream of Makers of Modern India. In order to make inclusiveness an integral part of the values that guide our polity and economy, India has embarked upon a right based approach to social entitlements. A number of measures such as social sector schemes , Right To Food, Right To Education, Right To Information, MGNREGA etc. have had a positive impact on promoting social and economic inclusiveness as well as empowering the people. However, more than 25 crore people still live under poverty in India. We are quite low in terms of Human Development Index which reflects the quality of life of a nation. Instances of caste oppression, exploitation of the tribals and dalits, and social exclusion are not uncommon. We have come a long way. We have to go a long way. Inclusiveness is the future. Power to the people is the future.

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भारतीय संस्कृति में ‘‘शिक्षा’’ को जीवन के शाश्वत् मूल्यों के रूप में आदरणीय स्थान दिया गया है। विना शिक्षा के मानव जीवन भार स्वरूप हो जाता है। वस्तुतः मानव जीवन में आने वाली शंकाओं, उलझनों, कठिनाइयों आदि का मूल कारण अशिक्षा या अज्ञान ही होता है। कौटिल्य के अनुसार - ‘‘अज्ञान के समान मानव का कोई दूसरा शत्रु नहीं है।’’ यदि बालक या व्यक्ति की शिक्षा उच्च कोटि की है तो वह समस्या का हल उपयुक्त तरीके से ढूंढ लेता है। इसके विपरीत यदि बालक/ व्यक्ति को शिक्षा ठीक ढंग से प्राप्त नहीं हुई तो वह समस्या का हल दोषपूर्ण तरीके से निकालकर समस्या को और अधिक बढ़ा देता है। व्यक्ति को समाज में रहकर अनेक कठिनाइयों का सामना करना पड़ता हैं। इनके समाधान हेतु, सुखी जीवन प्राप्ति हेतु व्यक्ति को वातावरण से समायोजन स्थापित करना पड़ता है। इसमें व्यक्ति के विचार, सोच, अनुभव या उसके व्यक्तित्व की मुख्य भूमिका होती है। कुसमायोजित व्यक्ति में क्रूरता, चिन्ता, बेचैनी, क्रोध, चोरी-डकैती, धोखे की भावना व अनुशासनहीनता इत्यादि लक्षण पाये जाते हैं।

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“Growth with Social Justice" has been the basic objective of the Development Planning in India since independence. Since the beginning of planned development, the Government made significant strides in developing rural India through Five Years Plans. The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) was set up in July 1982. It became the apex institution to play a pivotal role in the sphere of policy planning and providing refinance facilities to rural financial institutions and for augmenting their resource base. The paper analyses the role and function of NABARD in agriculture and rural development. It also throws a light on NABARD's past and present performance and its schemes for rural development.

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In the present study in distilleries the effluent treatment processes are essentially continuous, the performance of the strains was tested on a continuously stirred tank reactor. Various parameters such as dilution rate, recycling of treated spentwash, effect of high initial cell concentration, effect of high initial COD with reduced flow rate etc. were studies. Optimum dilution rates giving maximum productivity in regard to utilization of OA and COD, production of volatile acid and biomass were found out. Partial recycling of treated spentwash and effect of high initial COD load with reduced flow rate were studied in order to reduce the need for dilution water.

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Social exclusion is a complex and multi-dimension process. It involves the lack or denial of resources, rights, goods and services and the inability to participate in the normal relationship and activities available to the majority of people in a society, whether in economic, social, cultural or political arenas. It affects both the quality of life of individual and the equity and cohesion of society as a whole. This, in turn, reduces opportunities to lead a successful life and further increase the risk of poverty. Without effective education, health, social, tax benefit and employment system, the risk of poverty is passed from one generation to the next. This causes poverty to persist and hence more inequality which can lead to long term loss of economic productivity from whole group of society and hamper inclusive and sustainable economic growth. People at risk at poverty or social exclusion. ‘Show the number of people affected by at least one of three forms of poverty – Monetary poverty, material deprivation or low work intensity. People can suffer from more than one dimension of poverty at a time. Poverty and social exclusion are the two sides of the one coin. The issue of concern is both low income and the other factors relating to the serve and chronic disadvantage, and that these are closely connected. Its overall scope is the same whether the word poverty used in the wide and narrow sense. The causes for exclusion can vary from country to country in different times. The exclusion is practiced word wide mostly on the identity of genders, caste, religion, color, nationality and other.

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The entire world is talking about India, with the Indian economic being the only silver lining in a dark economy. Globally positioning India as an investment destination and improving India’s diplomatic and trade relation, our Prime Minister Narendra Modi have helped India to attract more FDI. One of the drivers of growth might be the reduction of costs on the construction industry in India by using Prefabricated and innovative technologies. If we discuss about the growth of market then there is many sectors where our country have achieved great success. The sectors like retail sectors, high tech-electronics, E-tail markets, green revolution etc.

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The evolution of corporate social responsibility in India refers to changes over time in India of the cultural norms of corporations' engagement of corporate social responsibility (CSR), with CSR referring to way that businesses are managed to bring about an overall positive impact on the communities, cultures, societies and environments in which they operate. The fundamentals of CSR rest on the fact that not only public policy but even corporate should be responsible enough to address social issues. Thus companies should deal with the challenges and issues looked after to a certain extent by the states.

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Self Help Groups (SHGs) are a small, economically homogenous and affinity group of rural poor voluntarily formed to save and mutually agree to contribute to common fund to be lent to its members as per group decision. The basic aim of SHGs is to give financial support and employment to its members. It helps in eradicating poverty of its members and empowering the poor and vulnerable women via improving their socio-economic conditions.

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The aim of this study was to assess and compare aggression between school boys participating within and after school physical activity programme.School boys participating within physical activity (n=40) and after school physical activity (n=40) were selected randomly with age ranging between 14-18years. The subjects were taken from different schools of Kashmir division. The data was collected by using the Prof. Anand Kumar Srivastava questionnaire for aggression. The data was analysed by using descriptive statistics and independent sample ‘t’ test. There was no significant difference in aggression between Within School boys and After School boys. The level of significance was set at 0.05.

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Foreign Direct Investment in Indian context largely attracts many lawmakers just to frame policies in support to it. It has been a matter of sincere and serious debate over some years and the scenario pretending to FDI in India attracts research fellows to devote their research on this issue.

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Infrastructure plays a focal role in determining the overall productivity and development of any economy, as well as the quality of life of its citizens. Infrastructure can be defined as the framework of physical facilities which provide the goods and service to the people. Infrastructure services, such as transport, water and electricity are considered intermediate inputs to production and lower cost of these inputs can raise the profitability of production.

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The purpose of this study was to investigate the level of anxiety and self-efficacy between male and female All India Inter Varsity level off spinners from North India. For the purpose of this investigation 50 off spinners (25 male and 25 female) who participated in the All India Inter Varsity competition were recruited as subjects of the study. The age of the subjects ranged from 18 to 24 years. To find out the level of anxiety and self-efficacy between male and female All India Inter Varsity level Off spinners of North India, the Sports Competition Anxiety Test (SCAT) developed by Martens (1977) was used, and General Self-Efficacy Scale (GSES) was gauged through a questionnaire developed by Schwarzer and Jerusalem (1995).‘t’ test was employed to analyze the data. Results of the study revealed insignificant differences between male and female off spinners of North India in regard to anxiety and self- efficacy at 0.05 level of significance