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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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नयी कविता के पश्चात् साठोत्तर वर्षो में कविता एक नये दौर से गुजरी है। कविता की जीवन्तता इस बात पर निर्भर करती है कि वह पाठक को अपने अन्दर कितना डुबाती है और अपने इर्द-गिर्द का कितना आभास कराती है। जब तक वह समाज का ताना-बाना और उसके परिवेश का वर्णन करती है तब तक वह कविता है। समकालीन कविता अपने युग एवम् परिवेश से सम्पृक्त है। इस कविता में हम अपने वर्तमान को देख सकते है। इसमें हमारी आकांक्षा-अपेक्षा, आशा-निराशा, हर्ष-विषाद सब शामिल होते है। समकालीन कविता का प्रमुख स्वर व्यंग्य और आक्रोश से लबरेज है।

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Physical Organic Chemistry, the study of the principles and rationale of organic reactions is unique and a field of great importance in Chemistry. It provides a knowledge and understanding of the various reaction types which comprise organic chemistry and discuss the ingenious techniques which have been deviced for mechanistic investigation.

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Women has performed multiple roles and balanced these responsibilities significantly forever, every woman employee has always faced tremendous obstacles ahead of her in every corner of personal and career life narrowing the immediate need of work-life balance. Post globalization India witnessed maximum number of changes in working scenarios of women employees, however the plight of women employees still screams for help in the segment of job satisfaction and life satisfaction resulting work life balance. The spotlight of this paper is on how reliable these work life balance practices are implementing in the public and private sector banks of Telangana state. This paper is intended to focus on the impact of these Work Life Balance Practices on women employees and its implementation inconsistency between public and private sector banks and also the need of the essential concept of “work life balance” as well. This paper further throws light on the importance of work life balance achievability of women employees being the most primitive necessity.

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This study is an intentional effort to study the prevailing difference existing among men and women. This time the gender difference is studied towards the brand loyalty for sports. A survey through questionnaire was conducted in 100 respondents of fitness centers and health clubs consuming branded sports apparels. 50 were men and 50 were women. The seven scale measurement of Serkan & Gökhan (2005) was used to study brand loyalty. The seven scales are satisfaction, perceived brand quality, brand experience, brand image, brand switching cost, customer product involvement and brand loyalty. Analyzing the data by t-test through SPSS, the upshot says that perceived brand quality and brand loyalty creates the difference of brand loyalty between genders for sports apparel.

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There are many ways in which investor can measure the performance of portfolio. Different theorists have proposed many different models for this purpose. The Sharpe Ratio given by Sharpe (1964) and its close analogical concept - the Information Ratio, are one of the most common measures of portfolio performance. Active investing requires the portfolio managers to beat the stock market’s average returns and take advantage of short-term price fluctuations. The active return of the portfolio should perform as well as the benchmark or, better so, outperform the benchmark. The simplicity of these two ratios leads them to their greatest weakness. Both the ratios are useful for evaluating the portfolio but only in limited situation. They are not applicable in asymmetric situations. In this paper, an effort has been made to analyse the correlation between the two ratios briefly but still major research work is required to give more concise relationship between these tools and their measuring of performance.

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This paper presents the Use of E-Resources by faculty IGNOU University Library, New Delhi. The objectives, methodology sample selection data collections and results obtained are explained. A questionnaire consists of 21 questions and designed to study and investigates the opinion of faculty on various parameters. 90 questionnaires distributers and 80 were collected back. This study helps to promote the use of e-resources and also informs about challenges faced in accessing e-resources.

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The beggarys’ its diverse facts and causes of the study is an attempt made to give a succinct integrated of the study the beggars’ survey sponsored by the Central Relief Committee, Government of Karnataka. Researcher have done this work under the guidance of Sri Veerasivashankara Reddy, Retired Chief Planning Officer, ZillaPanchayat, Bellary, and Dr.B.Sheshadri, Retired Professor of Economics, Department of Development Studies, Kannada University, Hampi. The study was undertaken in three select places in Hospettaluk of Bellary district, namely, Hospet city, Kamalapura town panchayat and HampiGramaPanchayat. All those beggars who were available on the days of survey in all the three places were considered for a detailed study. The total number of beggars covered by the survey is 296, out of this237 in Hospet, 37 in Hampi, and 22 in Kamalapur.

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Every society does have their unique attitude towards the aspect of immigration or immigrants, and the sorts of attitude they tend to develop are influenced by various factors. Among such factors, the one factor that has been emphasized over and over again is the “economic factors”. These have been highlighted numerous times and held accountable for an anti-immigration backlash as well. Key aspects that form the global employment competition aren't just limited to the business or commercial realm including goods, services along with the capital flow; it has affected the human as well (Ruhs& Vargas-Silva, 2014). What determines proper attitude towards the matter of immigration or immigrants has gained significant attention from numerous researchers from across the globe. Numerous researchers have revealed that individual characteristics are the ones that majorly influence individual attitude towards immigration. Numerous studies have revealed that the individual traits and the national characteristics are the major influencing factors that shape a negative attitude towards immigration and immigrants. Apart from individual and national traits, the numbers of studies focusing on regional characteristics influencing individual or societal behavior towards the immigration or immigrants are even fewer. This research identifies various factors that do have the potential to influence the manner people or societies choose to behave or develop attitude towards immigration. The perspective that would be highlighted in the study is “how immigration is jeopardizing economic stability”, which in turn is triggering hostile attitude towards the immigrants.

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हमारे देश में जितने तरह के अंधविश्वास कायम हैं उनमें डायन प्रथा सबसे खतरनाक है। डायन प्रथा यानि किसी भी बुरे काम के लिए किसी व्यक्ति विशेष को दोषी करार देकर उसे सामूहिक तौर पर सजा देना या प्रताड़ित करना। कई मामलों में तो ऐसे लोगों की हत्या तक कर दी जाती है। 21 वीं सदी में भी इस प्रथा का कायम रहना शर्मनाक है। डायन प्रथा जैसे अंधविश्वास का हमारे समाज में अभी तक जीवित रहना हमारे भीतर के भय, निराशा, असहायता व ज्ञान की कमी को दर्शाता है। यह हमारे ‘सभ्य समाज’ की बौद्धिक निर्धनता को भी दर्शाता है। अंधविश्वास किसी विशेष समाज या देश में नहीं जुड़े हैं बल्कि यह हर जगह पाए जाते हैं। अंधविश्वास में आस्था रखने वाले ज्यादातर गरीब अनपड़ व निचले तबके के लोग होते हैं। वैज्ञानिक सोच का प्रचार-प्रसार करके अंधविश्वास में कमी लाई जा रही है। कारण व तथ्यों की मदद से सभी अनसुलझे रहस्यों को सुलझाया जा सकता है और अंधविश्वास की जड़ों पर प्रहार किया जा सकता है।

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India is an old country and as per a few evaluations, Indian development is around five thousand years old. In this manner, it is normal that its general public will likewise be exceptionally old and complex. All through its significant lot of history, India has seen and gotten a few floods of foreigners, for example, Aryans, Muslims and so on. These individuals carried with themselves their own ethnic assortments and societies and added to India's decent variety, lavishness and essentialness.

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Education continues to focus more and more on academics and inclusion for all students no matter how severe of a disability they have. This has led to teachers scrambling to incorporate the positive attitude towards students and basic living skills into their curricula. As laid down in the National Policy on Education (1986) the union government has the responsibility to reinforce the national and integrative character of education and standards up to maintain its quality and standards up to mark. Happiness is the undying quest of life, the unquenchable thirst and the insatiable hunger of all human kind. Happiness is one of the most important needs of mankind and has many vital impacts on human life and therefore received a lot of attention by human mind. Argyle (2001) viewed that happiness consists of three basic components positive affection,

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One of the emerging technologies that can provide Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) coverage, Internet access and network connectivity for both network operators and customers at minimum cost is Wireless Mesh Network (WMN). Owing to the fast growth and development of wireless technologies, WMNs are acting as Internet service Providers (ISPs). WMNs enable the users to access the Internet anywhere anytime with the help of wireless mesh routers. These routers can be used to connect WMNs with several other wireless networks such as cellular network, Wi-Fi and Wi-Media networks.