ISSN NO : 2321-5488
Volume:III Issue:II August,2015
GANDHIJI’S SATYAGRAHA MOVEMENT IN INDIA
Mahadevappa.T.C
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The centenary of Gandhiji’s Satyagraha movement is an appropriate occasion to recall the major human achievements of the last century in conflict resolution and trace the pathways responsible for them. Prominent among them are the end of colonial rule in the Indian sub-continent, the end of the Cold War and the fall of the Berlin Wall, the end of apartheid in South Africa, the success of the U.S.Civil Rights Movement, and the end of Marcos dictatorship in the Philippines. All these seemingly impossible achievements owe their origin to the path of negotiation and non – violence lit by Mahatma Gandhi (Whose first satyagraha was on September 11, 1906) and followed by Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King, Mikhail Gorbachev, and Corazon Aquino. In contrast, violence whether state sponsored or by individuals and groups has mostly resulted in more violence. Recent events in Iraq confirm the futility of the doctrine that ‘might is right’.

HAYAVADANA: A BLEND OF MODERN AND FOLK DRAMA
S K Mishra , Kapil Kumar Gupta
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Girish Karnad is a dramatic genius, who blends traditional Indian folk theatre with the modern theatre to give expression to modern man’s clash with the dominant traditions and his own individual needs and desires. To give a vivid description to the underlying clashes in human life, Karnad makes use of the various elements of Yakshagana of Karnataka, a lively performance having dance, drama and songs as its main constituent components. He has very finely woven into the fabric of his plot the various elements of folk drama like masks, Bhagavata ( Sutradhara or Commentator), device of half-curtain, talking dolls, chorus, etc.

ECONOMICS OF EDUCATION
Navpreet Kaur
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Since the mid-1990s, there has been a debate about the social investment state model in advanced societies. Such an orientation towards preventive investment in education rather than redistribution (or social spending) raises the question of whether, and if so, what kinds of relationships exist between educational and economic inequalities. Based on an international comparison of 20 advanced economies, the results of the analyses suggest that the role of education as an ‘equalizer’ should not be overestimated. Direct redistribution is much more likely than education to combat poverty in advanced societies. Yet increasing the mean literacy rate by reducing the proportion of low-literate adults is also positively associated with less economic inequality. Welfare states with ‘double liability’—investing in children's education and in more equal family conditions—therefore perform best in terms of economic inequality.

TWO MARATHI SHORT STORIES: “UPHAAR” AND “JADUCHI HAVELI”—AN ARRESTING OF THE CHANGE AND SOCIAL MILIEU IN DIFFERENT FORMS OF DETECTIVE AND MAGICAL REALISM
S K Mishra
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The two short stories “Uphaar” by Arun Sadhu and “Jaduchi Haveli” by Bharat Sasane give us a glimpse of the amount of creative energy gone into the perfection of this genre in Marathi literature. These two stories amply display evolution of forms in different ways in relation to their subject matter. Uphaar” has a compact polished form in which the story progresses along with anticipated dramatic suspense against the background of cultural hollowness which is being shown as the result of success-oriented modern executive life while in “Jaduchi Haveli” we see the themes of material success and humane failure.

THE IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION ON EMPLOYEE COMMITMENT : AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF KOLHAPUR BASED INDUSTRIES
Bindu N. Menon
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One of the challenges for a business to satisfy its employees in order to cope up with the ever changing

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