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    Mahatma Gandhi has rightfully said, ‘Intellectually, mentally, and spiritually, woman is equivalent to a male and she can participate in every activity." From the mythological days of Gods and Goddesses, women has been worshipped as “Shakti” meaning Strength. She is believed to be sharing 50% of mental, physical and spiritual space in the life of a man. India is one of those countries which has seen many great women who has played stellar roles and has challenged men in all the fields in life. The

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    allow women to be their own self. Although women had equal rights, the ones that had been active in the struggle for democracy found themselves deprived of its privileges. The Coordinator of Women’s Non-Governmental Organizations (CONG), united twenty-six women’s groups and gave them a platform to advance women’s issues outside of the traditional scope of political parties. Women movements began to diminished when the economic crisis hit, petroleum prices fell by more than half. Standards of living

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    who has been working through out the day goes to bed only recoup enough energy to toil the next day. The men in Garhwal too go to bed after a `tiring' All the work they do during day is to sit, play cards and carrom and discuss politics - domestic as also international. The evenings are spent in drinking and more often than not, followed by wife bashing. The only actual work they ever do is ply the plough in their small farms, labouring for hardly a few days in the entire year. The women in Garhwal

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    towards achieving global and national development goals. This blog reports on the annual 16-day international campaign of activism against gender based violence (GBV), and recognizes the millions of women who staged powerful demonstration around the world demanding that men, society, and state governments take a stern stance and measures to halt the violence perpetuated on women. The blog discusses ways the 16 Days Campaign’s theme of education and innovation fits into the efforts toward elimination of

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    Why the Range of Indicators Used to Measure Development Has Increased in Recent Years Essentially the ideology of development was based on a countries GNP this was down to Rostow’s Model; therefore the only indicator of development was a countries economy. The ideologies have changed and now there are a range of indicators that are used to classify a countries development such as social, demographic, hence including quality of life this gives the ideology of development a more multi dimensional

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    Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

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    highest runs in a single calendar year. Tendulkar is a batsman who does not like to be kept quiet, in tests or in one day Cricket. He always wants to dominate the bowlers, and he does an excellent job of it. He can tackle any kind of bowler. He is very deft on his feet, even to the best of pace bowlers and to the deceptive flight of world-class spinners. His strike rate in One day Cricket is over 85 runs per 100 balls, which is superb to say at least. He is excellent hitter of the ball and uses one

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    The Damaging Impacts of Poor Literacy on American Society A mother studies the pictures on the pages carefully as she murmurs words to the child sitting beside her. Suddenly the boy looks up - “Those aren’t the right words, Mama.” Her cheeks burn as her son realizes that all this time, his mother has not been reading. Such was the experience of an illiterate mother (United States, Congress 155.) This may have happened to many other parents across the United States, for although our literacy rates

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    Books for Africa

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    Books for Africa has kept over 28 million books out of landfills.(“Got books”page 1) Books for Africa is a organization that sends books to less fortunate children in Africa. Books for Africa is working hard to improve literacy rates in Africa. Books for Africa is a non-charitable organization that sends books to less fortunate kids in Africa. The organization is 100 percent volunteers dedicated to raising money to buy books. I'm sure you are wondering about sending books to Africa. The African

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    Poverty has been known to affect how a child may be sentenced. According to Tamar Birckhead, a little boy was shopping for presents two days before Christmas at Macy’s and was caught stealing clothes. When the officer brought the boy back for questioning with his uncle, the office explained that if they paid the store $150 there would be not charges, and it would not be reported to the

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    Ever think of how football, rugby, and cricket work? Unlike its European and American rivals, the rise of British sports came around the 1960s, but came from many sports before them (Colls). “Many of the sports in Britain are football, rugby and, cricket and taking it to the United Kingdom to talk about them.” The United Kingdom is a nation that is very involved in athletics, with a rich history of sports including football, rugby, and cricket. Football was created in England, which was the first

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