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Man is a social animal. He always remains in the process of reading and learning through-out the span of life from birth till death, learning process begins from infancy at home through socialization. Reading is the quick association of the environment with the words. More a person can have quick association with words and eyes, the more rapidly one can read. This is the reason that we can call a person slow constant practice. Good reading habits can be inculcated by motivating the students and by guiding them to read interesting content matter to widen their habit in reading.

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Describing his childhood, Milton wrote, "I was born in London, of a good family, my father a very honorable man"—a man who was disinherited by his Roman Catholic family because he converted to Protestantism. Like his father, Milton became a talented musician, with a "delicate tunable voice and great skill." By age 9, he was writing verse and polishing his Latin and Greek under private tutors, and by the time he left for Cambridge at age 17, he had also begun learning French, Italian, and Hebrew.

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Spiritual Intelligence is the expression of innate spiritual qualities through your thoughts, actions and attitude. Spiritual intelligence expands your capacity to understand others at the deepest level. Spiritual understanding allows you to discern both the 'true cause' of behaviour without judgement, and serve the 'true needs' of others until they themselves learn to meet their own needs. This capacity is developed by first learning to free yourself from attachment and neediness and being able to meet our own inner needs. Attachment and neediness are the opposite of being spiritually intelligent.

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Shashi Deshpande is one of the most accomplished contemporary women novelists in Indian English fictional scenario. In her writings, she reflects a realistic picture of contemporary middle class woman. She focuses on women issues; and picturises the psychological complexities of the individual mind. She seeks to portray the agonies and tensions suffered by sensitive women. Her novels generally centre around family relationships. Deshpande says in an interview:

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Since children often become closely attached to their care-givers and care entails some kind of reciprocity can be seen (see e.g.. Weisner 1997), it is important to study this relationship as the relatedness between the involved persons are changing. Secondly, research must move beyond the indication of relationships in general terms e.g., matrilateral relatives increasingly care for orphaned kin and differences between matrilateral and patrilateral relatives caring for orphans, to explore in depth the relationship between care-givers and care-recipients (see e.g. Bledsoe 1995, Goody 1982, Whyte and Whyte 2002). In brief, the concept of care may analytically be defined as cultural notions of care and as interpersonal relations between care-givers and care-recipients. As notions of care are embedded within the cultural and socio-economic context, local understanding must be an integrated component of research that focus on issues dealing with interpersonal concern and assistance. The actual relationship between care-giver(s) and care-recipient(s) is important in respect to the actual care provided as well as its long-term endurance and implications on the lives of the children, such as their competences and sociality.

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Indo Anglian Poetry broadly conforms to this three step movement of the Indian Renaissance. Indo-Anglian Poetry was born in the dazzle that English education brought-the glitter of English Romantic poetry and the glow of European humanism. Quite naturally the earliest Indo-Anglian Poets did what was the easiest way to write verses-they started by imitating thats why the poetry of Derozio and Kashiprasad (the earliest Indo-Anglian Poets) has so much borrowed material in it. But very soon a search for identity began and perspective and perception both recorded a shift. With Madhusudan it was no more a question of imitation except in his earliest verses. Indo-Anglian Poetry from Derozio onwards was never cut off from his native moorings.

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Human rights are derived from the principle of Natural Law. They reside inherently in the individual human being independent of, and even prior to his participation in the society. Consequently they are the result of recognition of the state, but they are logically independent of the legal system for their existence .On December 10, 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations adopted and proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The declaration itself state that to implement its provisions is not obligatory to the state parties. These may be taken to be the Directive Principles of International policy of the United Nations. In the Constitution of India, which came into force on 26th January, 1951, most of the rights enshrined in the universal Declaration of Human rights 1948 were incorporated. Human Rights as they are named in the Covenants have also been adopted as the law of India on Human Rights, as stated in the Protection of Human rights Act 1993.

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पाश्चात्य सभ्यता के निरंतर अंधानुकरण ने भारतीय संस्कृति के अस्तित्व को संकट में डाल दिया है। भौतिकवादी विचारों ने भारतीय संस्कारों को अपदस्थ कर दिया है। आधुनिक भारतीयों ने अपने सांस्कृतिक मूल्यों को लगभग विस्मृत कर दिया है। ऐसे भारतीय सामाजिक परिवेश में आज का युवा वर्ग पोषित एवं पल्लवित हो रहा है। आज प्रत्येक युवा ने बड़े-बड़े सपने संजोए रखे हैं। अपने इन्हीं सपनों को पूरा करने की जद्दोजहद में वे निरंतर तनाव, हिंसा, अकेलेपन, नशा, कामुकता एवं क्रोधादि मानसिक विकारों के साथ अपराध की गिरफ्त में आ रहे हैं। इसका एक बड़ा कारण भारतीय समाज है, क्योंकि यह समाज युवाओं को आगे बढ़ने की प्रेरणा तो दे देता है परन्तु सफलता का सही मार्ग निर्देशित नहीं कर पाता है। जीवन में सही-गलत, अच्छे-बुरे की पहचान के अभाव में युवा-पीढ़ी भटक जाती है।

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Organized youth sports are highly popular for youth and their families, with approximately 45 million children and adolescent participants in sports. Seventy five percent of families with school-aged children have at least one child participating in organized sports. On the surface, it appears that children are healthy and happy as they engage in this traditional pastime, and families report higher levels of satisfaction if their children participate.

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आर्य समाज वेफ प्रवर्तक स्वामी दयानन्द सरस्वती का देहावसान होने वेफ अनन्तर उनवेफ समर्थकों ने उनकी याद में भव्य स्मारक बनाने का निर्णय किया, जिससे स्वामी दयानन्द सरस्वती वेफ अध्ूरे कार्य पूर्ण किये जा सवेंफ। अन्ततः निर्णय हुआ देश वेफ अज्ञान को दूर करने वेफ लिए शिक्षण संस्थाओं का गठन किया जाये। इस उद्देश्य की पूत्र्ति वेफ लिए सर्वप्रथम लाहौर में 1 जून, 1886 को डी.ए.वी. शिक्षण संस्था खोली गई। इसवेफ अनन्तर पूरे देश में इनवेफ समर्थकों ने इस कार्य को यु( स्तर पर करने का बीड़ा उठा लिया।

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Leadership has been described as the “process of social influence in which one person is able to enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment of a common task” .A definition more inclusive of followers comes from Alan Keith of Genentech who said "Leadership is ultimately about creating a way for people to contribute to making something extraordinary happen." Students of leadership have produced theories involving traits, situational interaction, function, behavior, power, vision and values, charisma, and intelligence among others.

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Western Rajasthan has varied climatic conditions, temperature and rainfall pattern and for systematic study of dry farm agriculture practices, dryland region has been divided into three categories viz. extreme arid, arid and semi arid conditions. Generally rainfall pattern is treated as deciding factor for delineation of aridity in the region. In addition there are various factors which play vital role in making the varying conditions. Churu district is situated in heart of western Rajasthan but extreme temperature prevalence distinguishes the area with other parts of western Rajasthan. Similarly every district has distinct specialities which distinguishes from other areas. Therefore, generalized criteria or application system is not possible.

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Quality in business, engineering and manufacturing has a pragmatic interpretation as the non-inferiority or superiority of something. Quality is a perceptual, conditional and somewhat subjective attribute and may be understood differently by different people. Consumers may focus on the specification quality of a product/service, or how it compares to competitors in the marketplace. Producers might measure the conformance quality, or degree to which the product/service was produced correctly.