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Month [Year] -- May [2016]
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Since the early twenty first century, the stories of the gods have found new forms in the mass media. The media boom of recent years brought forth a new wave of animated mythological shows and movies. It has allowed the portrayal of mythical gods to come out from their traditional image and to depict them according to the modern taste. The media have become the real story tellers of our time and the definers and interpreters of reality for modern people. Television as a medium has captivated the very nerves and senses of the people by using the sensational narratives and the special effects. From the original Ramayana to the latest Devon Ke Dev Mahadev, religious mythologies continue to be a staple feature on Indian television.

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The science of Yoga imbibe itself the complete essence of the Way of Life, including - Gyan Yoga or philosophy, Bhakti Yoga or path of devotional bliss, Karma Yoga or path of blissful action, and Raja Yoga or path of mind control. Raja Yoga is further divided into eight parts. At the heart of the Raja Yoga system, balancing and unifying these various approaches, is the practice of Yoga Asana. For many in the West, yoga is simply a system of physical exercise, a means of strengthening the body,

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Environment oriented politics is of relatively a new origin. Certain concrete environmental issues such as climate change, deforestation, acid rain, species loss, ozone depletion, pesticide poisoning, genetically modified foods etc. inevitably led to the emergence of newer environmental movements with its influential presence in the civil and political society.

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The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has notified amendments to the Companies Act, 2013 by notification in the official gazette on 26th June 2015,as a result of that various sections of the Companies Act have been altered. The basic purpose behind the amendment is to improve the ease of doing business. With this paper an effort has been made to briefly understand and analyze the alterations made in the Companies Act 2013.

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Today in this competitive environment, the businesses have to work very much hard to attract customers or to grab the market share to grow as well as to sustain. People across the world values time more than money and wants comfortable products or services at reasonable rates which could smoothen their lives. Such changing needs and demand has lead the service sector to grow at the fastest pace. And in this fast moving, dynamic innovative world, services are becoming inevitable in each and every sphere of our lives whether it is from necessities such as healthcare or education services or it is entertainment, from tourism to restaurants, from transportation to information and telecommunication, or from energy like fuel, power to customized personal services.

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सुमन पुरोहित और मन्जू गाँधी जय नारायण व्यास विश्वविद्यालय, जोधपुर परिचय: निःशक्तजन में वे व्यक्ति आते है जो शारीरिक, मानसिक, बौद्धिक क्षमताओं से अपूर्ण होते है। जैसे विकलांग व्यक्ति, मंद बुद्धि बालक, पिछड़े बालक। मंद बुद्धि बालक (क्नसस) मूढ़ होता है उसमें सोचने, विचारने, समझने की क्षमता बहुत ही कम होती है। इनका प्फ (बुद्धि लब्धि) 70 से भी कम होती है।

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In this paper, we survey some representative algorithms for offline scheduling DAG type applications in a deterministic environment, where it is assumed that the prediction of task execution time and network bandwidth/latency is accurate. However, in a real world computing environment, the probability of a precomputed schedule being executed exactly as expected is low. Due to resource sharing among multiple users, the performance of resources is inherently variant. In a static scheduling of a program represented by a directed task graph on a multiprocessor system to minimize the program completion time is a well-known problem in parallel processing. Since finding an optimal schedule is an NP complete problem in general, researchers have resorted to devising efficient heuristics. The objective of this survey is to describe various scheduling algorithms and their functionalities in a contrasting fashion as well as examine their relative merits in terms of performance and time-complexity. Since these algorithms are based on diverse assumptions, they differ in their functionalities, and hence are difficult to describe in a unified context.

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“Respect for human rights is the root of human development & realization of full Potential of each individual, which in turn leads to the augmentation of human Resources with progress of the nation. Empowerment of the people through human Development is the aim of Human rights”

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To fulfill the purpose of this study total sixty-eight boys between the age group of 17 -19 years were selected as subjects for the study. Out of these thirty-four boys was football players, who participated at State level competition and the other thirty-four boys were non-players, who never took active part in any event or game at any age level. The purpose of the study was to compare the anthropometric characteristics and physical performance of football players.

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have become an influential factor to gear up sea changes among the buying behavior of consumers. Today producer spends large amount of money on advertising because it is one of the most and visible marketing tools. Advertising is the way of promoting the products, service and idea by various way. An attempt has been made in present paper to examine advertisement effect on the marketing of non durable item i.e. soap in Panipat city. Collected primary data is suitably edited. Coded, classified, tabulated and finally subjected to analysis and interpretation so as to draw conclusions and inferences an attempt has been made to generalize certain finding based on this study. Study concluded that maximum number of responded were influence by advertisement for purchasing of non durable goods and T.V. was the most influencing means of advertisement.

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India is the largest democracy of the world. Democratic governments are based on government public trust. Availability of information in public domain helps to form a truly democratic society. Government-citizen information sharing promotes discussion in public sphere. It helps the citizen to inform a transparent and accountable public sphere. Social scientist believes that public participation is must for a participatory development in a democratic country. In this context RTI is an important tool of citizen empowerment. It has been used by the citizen in all spheres of public life i.e. in Political, administrative, development and economic issue. It is rightly pressuring the policy maker to act on the guidelines of public welfare. This paper is an effort to study the awareness about RTI Act among college teachers