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Coastal Ports and Commercial Towns of Ancient India ?>

Coastal Ports and Commercial Towns of Ancient India

Dr. Rofiqul Hassan Abstract: Ports play vital role in the financial sector from ancient India. Till today port serves not only as a medium of trasportation but also as a huge collector of revenue. Ports are the indicators of ancient civilization. As India is surrounded by sea, ocean, etc., it is easily acceptable to reach India throughout the world. As a result, a huge number of ports exists in India from the time of East India Company, we see that…

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The History of Migration into Undivided Goalpara District of Assam ?>

The History of Migration into Undivided Goalpara District of Assam

Dr. Akbar Badsha Abstract: In 1826, the British Company took a policy for more production in various systems of agriculture in the low lying damp places of Brahmaputra Valley. The company took “Grow more food” programme in Assam and subsequently imported Mymensinghia from Maymensing, Pabna, Noa-Khali, Sirajganj, Rangpur, Dinajpur, Rajsahi Districts of East Bengal. Migrants from Bengal Districts of Mymensingh, Pabna, Bagura and Rangpur continued to come in small numbers. But as the century advanced, this migration took the form…

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Gandhi and Constitution-Making in India: An Investigation ?>

Gandhi and Constitution-Making in India: An Investigation

Shyamal Dev Biswa Ranjan Seal Abstract: The Indian constitution in general or some of its aspects in particular is a strong fascination in India. The important aspects of study have been touched upon, that is, to what extent the constitution of India had inherited from the Gandhian thoughts: or how far India had influenced of his dream in framing the constitution. The present study is an attempt to fill this gap. An attempt has been made to give a dispassionate…

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Doris Lessing’s The Grass is Singing An Analysis from Feminist Point of View ?>

Doris Lessing’s The Grass is Singing An Analysis from Feminist Point of View

Dr. Akbor Hussain Abstract: Doris Lessing is a prolific writer whose literary career covers over a period of sixty years. Her works are well known for their multi-dimensional characteristics. As a writer Doris Lessing was never guided by literary fashion. When we examine her works it is difficult to pin Lessing to any particular genre or subject. Actually, she is a writer of versatile genius. In her writing Lessing often touches on racial issues concerning the black community, although these…

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India after Independence: Challenges and Issues ?>

India after Independence: Challenges and Issues

Aynal Hoque Abstract: India is an independent country since August 15, 1947. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was the first Prime Minister of independent India, a sovereign secular democratic country. Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation accepted no office of India. India has a Hindu majority, a large Muslim minority, and numerous other religious minorities also. From 1950s to 1980 India followed socialist-inspired policies. Beginning in 1991 the significant economic reforms have transferred India into the third largest and one of…

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The Islamic Settlement in Assam and its Early History: A Critical Study ?>

The Islamic Settlement in Assam and its Early History: A Critical Study

Mirza Abdur Rohim Mollah Abstract: Assam, a state of India is located in one of the greatest routes of human migration of almost all the principal human races from the hoary past. People professing Islam migrated to this land in different times for different reasons. The religion propagated by Prophet Hazrat Mahammad (570 AD-632 AD) is known as “Islam” enjoyed popularity and spread rapidly in different parts of the world. The state is also not an exception to it. Assam…

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Status of Minority Women at Baladmari Char No. 2 of Goalpara District ?>

Status of Minority Women at Baladmari Char No. 2 of Goalpara District

Mala Ghosh Abstract: Women are said to be the backbone of the society. They are considered as the main potentiality for the all round development of society, nation, country in general and family in particular. So, all round development of women is most essential. A society can be said to be civilized if the status of women in that society is high. But we observe that in most of our community the scenario of the status of women is very…

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Socio-Religious Reflection in the Writings of Mahmud Taymur’s Short Story ?>

Socio-Religious Reflection in the Writings of Mahmud Taymur’s Short Story

Abdulla Hil Kafi Abstract: Among the Arabic short story writers of the 20th century Mahmud Taymur is considered one of the pioneers in Egypt. He started his writings in short stories in the magazine “Al-Sufur” the Avant-Garde which were collected in “Ma Tarah Al-Uyun”. This was attempting to detail various facts and depicts Egyptian life, characters, and societies and played a significant role in providing new genre and tradition in a clear chance in his short stories. Moreover, this definite…

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WOMEN FREEDOM FIGHTERS IN ASSAM: NEGOTIATING A HISTORICAL DISCONNECT ?>

WOMEN FREEDOM FIGHTERS IN ASSAM: NEGOTIATING A HISTORICAL DISCONNECT

Jahangir Alom Abstract: Women Freedom Fighters in Assam: Hare basically discussed about the women participation in the mainstream freedom movement has never seemed to be a bottom-to-top approach because the contribution of women to the freedom struggle remains grossly understudied the Historical analytical method which involves interpretation of Historical facts in all the three major national movements in 1921,1930 and 1942 quite a few women like Nalinibala Devi, Malati Phookan etc of all are analysis in this paper. The history…

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AIUDF and Its Electoral Performances in Assam Politics ?>

AIUDF and Its Electoral Performances in Assam Politics

Md. Nasirul Hoque Abstract: All India United Democratic Front (as known as AIUDF Sarba Bharatiya Sangjukta Ganatantrik Marcha) is a political party originating from Indian state of Assam. The leader of the party is Moulana Badaruddin Ajmal, present Member of Parliament. The Headquarter of the party is located in Guwahati. Moulana Badaruddin Ajmal established this party on 3 October, 2005 in Assam. On 3nd October 2005, just few months before 2006 Assam Assembly Election, Maulana Badruddin Ajmal supported by 18…

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