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Month [Year] -- June [2018]
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The child labour’s contribution is significant in rural India. In rural areas we find paid child labour and unpaid child labour. Paid child labour who works outside family gets payment for their work. Unpaid child labour who works in agriculture, do household chore and takes care livestock do not get payment as they work in their own household. So the rural child labour are contributing either in terms of cash or agriculture work or domestic work or Livestock management work to their family. After studying 403 child labour in rural areas of Koraput district it was found that 70% of the paid child labour contributes 20% or more of family income in the form of cash.50% and more of household domestic work is contributed by 69.5% of domestic child labour in their own family. And 66.7% of child labour who are doing cattle herding of their own family contributes 100% livestock management work.

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Increased food production, advanced agricultural techniques, and billions of dollars in foreign aid are not solving the problem of hunger. Part of the explanation is that foreign aid is inevitably tied to existing "structures of misery" (Michael Harrington, 1984). By becoming aware of the misconceptions associated with hunger, it is hoped that as a world community we can come closer to addressing the true dynamics of hunger.

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मानव सभ्यता के उषा काल से ही समाज के निर्माण एवं विकास में महिलाओं की महत्त्वपूर्ण भूमिका रही है अथवा यों कहें कि समाज के निर्माण एवं विकास को सजाने एवं संवारने में पुरुषों के अपेक्षा महिलाओं की भूमिका अधिक रही है तो कोई अतिशयोक्ति नहीं होगी। वास्तविकता यह है कि कोई समाज महिला वर्ग की भूमिका एवं महत्ता को नजर अंदाज कर विकास की दौड़ में आगे नहीं आ सकता। विश्व में विकसित एवं विकासशील राष्ट्रों के मध्य पाया जाने वाला भेद महिला वर्ग के द्वारा अदा की जाने वाली भूमिकाओं का स्पष्ट चित्रण प्रस्तुत करता है। वर्तमान काल में दुनिया में वे राष्ट्र आज विकसित राष्ट्रों की श्रेणी में आगे खड़े हैं जो उनकी महिलाओं के साथ समानता का वर्ताव कर विकास की भागीदारी में उनकी भूमिका को रेखांकित कर रहे हैं। उन्हें समाज का दोयम दर्जे का नागरिक न समझकर समान नागरिक समझते रहे हैं। इनके विपरीत जो समाज अभी भी महिलाओं को दोयम दर्जे का नागरिक मानकर अपनी आबादी के लगभग 50ः को समाज निर्माण एवं विकास में उनकी भूमिका को नजर अंदाज किये हुए हैंए वे अभी विकास प्रक्रिया में है। अतः वे अभी तक विकासशील राष्ट्रों की श्रेणी में अटकें पड़े हैं। कमोवेश भारतीय समाज इसी दौर में ही है।

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Vijay Tendulkar is a well-known playwright in contemporary Indian Theatre along with Girish Karnad,Mohan Rakesh. Badal Sircar. This study aims to study women characters against a hostile patriarchal society set-up with special reference to the famous Indian playwright Vijay Tendulkar’s works. Tendulkar in his most of the works explores the socio-political matrix of Indian subjectivity of Indian society. A careful perusal of his major plays reveals that all human relations are power relationships where one uses force, words gestures or other means to hurt, humiliate or subjugate the vulnerable resulting in physical, sexual, psychological or verbal abuse. Key Words - position of women, patriarchy.

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It might likewise be discovered that a few gatherings lost their particular independence by sinking themselves into the overlap of the decision gathering or gatherings, or they joyfully acknowledged the situation of acting like a subordinate of the immense party for no other explanation than to share the profits of intensity shed by the single overwhelming association of the country.

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Inscriptions are more important than coins in his¬torical reconstruction. The study of inscriptions is called 'epigraphy', and the study of old writing is called 'palaeography'. Inscriptions are writings carved on seals, stone pillars, rocks, copper plates, temple walls and bricks or images.