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Abstract The state in south asian context has been a much debated and discussed concept. The nature and significance of state in the everyday lives of people and its consequences on effective governance are some of the prime reasons why state as a concept has been such a intensely debated concept in south asian academia. In this paper, I will specifically draw upon the historical development and imagination of the concept of state in south asia. Specifically I will engage with how varied early mordern thinkers of south asia imagined the state with reference to religion and the consequences it had on the partition of 1947 and on the disputed territories like Jammu and Kashmir.

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The Progressive and pro-people thoughts and movements emerged in Karnataka since medieval Karnataka . In medieval period such movement was led by Sri Basaveshwara and Kanaka Dasa. Which later on became bedrock to the emergence of powerful Dalit movement in modern Karnataka. British Education and the Missionary activities for the upliftment of Panchamas by Krishnaraj Wodeyar IV and the straggle of Phule, Shahu, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Movements created mass awakening among the Dalits. It also gave rise to the emergence of powerful Dalit thinkers in contemporary Karnataka. Further the emergence of Dalit organizations and political parties since 1970’s onwards gave fill up to the regeneration of Dalit Movement. Indeed the Bhosa community. Its episode is a corner stone for the emergence of Dalit Sangrsh Samiti, Bandaya and Dalit literary movement, through which Dalit thinkers forward to the limelight of socio-political life. This became platform for the Dalit thinkers and intellectuals. In view of this the present study focuses on critically analyzes about the Dalit-Bahujan thinkers.

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The objective of the present study was to investigate A study of self-confidence of adolescents in relation to their stream, type of college and academic achievement. For this purpose 284 adolescents has been taken from aided and self financed college related to science and commerce stream adolescents through purposive sampling between the age range of 17 to 18 years. Self-confidence inventory developed by Dr Rekha Gupta was used to find out the self-confidence among adolescents. Students result is considered to determine the academic achievement. To analyze and interpret the data, mean, S.D., t- test and Pearson Product Correlation coefficient were used.

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Defense personnel’s (Police, Military etc) are of most honors in our country they not only fight for the country but fight to save lives of thousands and millions. Health of these personnel’s is extremely important the level of stress they face might hamper their work and state of being. This study aimed to explore perceived stress and Quality of Life among police personnel living with and without family. The study aimed to find supporting factor as a essential indicator of one’s well-being. Thus, the study aimed to compare the group of police personnel’s staying with family and without family.

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In lectures and correspondence during the latter decades of the 19th century, Max Weber entered the debate over the ‘sciences’ (that is, branches of knowledge including the ‘natural’ and ‘social’ sciences), arguing their differences were of values, context and theoretical orientation rather than subject matter. Weber’s involvement culminated, many decades later, in The Methodology of the Social Sciences, in which he announced only a ‘hairline’ separates ‘science from faith’ (1949:110). Weber’s position was not entirely unique, nor was it the first thesis on the nature of knowledge; yet it has significance because it can be placed in late 19th century Europe, a period of significant rivalry between intellectuals, each seeking to foster the institutionalization of a form of knowledge as a distinct discipline within the university system. Between 1860 and 1870, a new generation of physiologists sought to redefine the nature of science (Veit-Brause, 2001:40); in the 1890s, various groups campaigned for the recognition of a new discipline of biology (Pauly, 1984); and others claimed for psychology the subject of mental