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  • ‘SMART’ STRATEGY FOR FIGHTING THE ‘RED MENACE’: AN APPRAISAL FOR ALTERNATIVE STRATEGY TO ERADICATE LEFT WING EXTREMISM IN INDIA
    Published on: October 10th, 2019
    Soham Das Gupta Ph.D. Research Scholar, Department of History, Jadavpur University, West Bengal, INDIA

    Abstract: The Indian state faces a major security threat from Left Wing Extremism (LWE) which affects the country on multiple levels. Neglect and exploitation of tribal population has created the breeding ground for LWE which led to the creation of ‘Red Corridor’. This article tries to identify the nature of the threats, the inherent shortcomings in the existing policies and tries to provide an alternative approach through reformulation and implementation of policies. The article aims to provide a ‘smart’ approach for the Indian state in order to deal with the threat of LWE and to eradicate the causes of its rise, through a balanced strategy comprising of development, empowerment and use of force. Keywords: Counter-insurgency; Development; Left Wing Extremism (LWE); […]

  • WOMEN OF SHASHI DESHPANDE: ART AND CHARACTERIZATION
    Published on: October 3rd, 2019
    Feroj Alam, Dr. Nibha Singh [First Author] Guest Lecturer, Dr. Meghnad Saha College & Research Scholar, P.G. Dept. of English & Research Centre, Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, Bihar [Second Author] Professor & Head, P.G. Dept. of English & Research Centre, Magadh University, Bodh-Gaya, Bihar

    Abstract: A psychoanalytical and critical study of the novels of Shashi Deshpande substantiates her art to be a potent and powerful symbiosis with women characters allowing a dive into hidden world of women-inner-self. To her, the art of characterization is a replica of life, society and beyond it, unmitigated by its emotion. A naturally flat and static presentation of women characters in her novels has been an exemplary mechanism to convey her symbolical and mythical messages, with keen visions and voices. Her chef d’oeuvres mirror with a wider appeal, and exceptionally articulates her bounteous ideas, attitudes and beliefs in an even livelier and dynamic way. If truth be spoken, most of her protagonists, autobiographical in nature, are similar to class, […]

  • ISWAR CHANDRA VIDYASAGAR’S THOUGHT ON HOMOEOPATHIC TREATMENT IN NINETEENTH CENTURY BENGAL
    Published on: September 24th, 2019
    Emdadul Islam M.Phil Scholar, Raiganj University, Raiganj, West Bengal , INDIA

    Abstract: Iswar Chandra Vidyasagar was a famous educationist and a social reformer. He was one of the biggest supporters of the Homoeopathy medical system. Dr. Rajendralal Dutta and Dr. Mahendralal Sarkar were famous Homoeopathy physicians. In the beginning, they had no faith in Homoeopathy treatment. Once, a difference of views arises between Vidyasagar and Mahendralal Sarkar about Homoeopathic treatment. But in the end, Mahendralal accepted Vidyasagar’s view. When Burdwan district was struck by malaria, Rajendralal Dutta applied Homoeopathy treatment. In Karmatar, Vidyasagar loved to be with Santhals in his last life. Vidyasagar applied Homoeopathy treatment there. Homoeopathy was a better type of treatment at low cost and less setback. Vidyasagar collected many books for treating with Homoeopathy. Mahendralal and Vidyasagar […]

  • ETHNIC POLITICS IN SRI LANKA AND INVOLVEMENT OF INDIA
    Published on: September 21st, 2019
    Siddhartha Sankar Manna Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Gour Banga, Mokdumpur, Malda, West Bengal

    Abstract: South Asia has an extensive and exclusive history from the standpoint of identity and population displacement. Ethnicity denotes a sagacity of the harmony of identity and cultural values of a specific cluster. The problem of identity becomes a significant issue for ‘locating oneself in society’ in contemporary world society. The attitude of identity embodies the image of ‘Self’ and ‘others’. This opinion is multifaceted and evaluated idiosyncratically in several frameworks. Ethnic delinquency rises in national and intercontinental politics in different traditions: a) Civilization of Clashes, b) Tribalism, c) Insufficiency of Resources d) Over-population. Political characteristic of each group develops a significant political phenomenon in emerging world of the 20th century and Sri Lanka is no exception. Sri Lanka is […]

  • IMPACT OF LABOUR WELFARE MEASURES ON INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS: A CASE STUDY IN TAMRALIPTA CO-OPERATIVE SPINNING MILLS LIMITED, MEDINIPUR, WEST BENGAL
    Published on: September 19th, 2019
    Kartik Chandra Rishi Research Scholar, Department of Geography, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha-751004;

    Abstract: This paper assesses the impact of Labour Welfare Measures on Industrial Relations in Tamralipta Co-Operative Spinning Mills Limited (TCSML), West Bengal. The descriptive survey research was conducted mainly on primary data, collected through visits to the Tamralipta Co-operative Spinning Mills Limited. Two sets of questionnaires were prepared for the management and workers after giving adequate field trials. In this study the questionnaire consists of mostly close ended questions with 5-point Likert Scale (Strongly Disagree, Disagree, Undecided, Agree, and Strongly Agree) was taken. The statistical tools applied for the study are weighted average mean scores along with corresponding percentages. The results of the study revealed that the overall mean score of 2.41 (35%) indicates that the precedence of the respondents […]

  • DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ITS CONSEQUENCES ON WOMEN’S HEALTH: A STUDY REFERENCE TO NAMASUDRA COMMUNITY IN DAKSHIN DINAJPUR DISTRICT, WEST BENGAL
    Published on: September 12th, 2019
    Arabinda Roy Guest Lecturer, Department of Geography, Dr. Meghnad Saha College & Ph.D. Research Scholar, Department of Geography, Raiganj University

    In India, domestic violence is a very critical sensitive gender issue across all classes, castes, religions and communities on a regular basis which goes unreported. Namasudra Community (a sub Scheduled Caste in the province of Bengal) women are no exception to this violence. Purpose of this study is to propose a framework in investigating the kinds and factors contributing to domestic violence against women and their impact on the health of Namasudra women.

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