1. Introduction In the galaxy of Indian writing in English, Indian women writers too shine luminously like their male counterparts by their significant contribution to enrichment of Indian English novels. In Indian novelists in English, women writers have heralded new consciousness, particularly the pathetic plight of the Indian women. With the development of the feminist … Continue reading The Contribution of Namita Gokhle and Shashi Deshpande to Women’s Literature in India
1. Introduction The phrase ‘two heads are better than one’ helps to describe the purpose of teams. Teams provide an opportunity to share ideas and strengths and use a variety of viewpoints and experiences. Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships.1 Most of us have experienced working within a team, earlier at school, … Continue reading The Process and Importance of Team Building in Organizational Management
1. Introduction “The opposite of addiction is not sobriety, but human connection.” Our ability to foster healthy and meaningful relationships, as well as to feel that we are occupying a valuable place in society, plays a huge role in determining our vulnerability to mental illness and addiction. Having healthy relationships and fulfilling social interaction does … Continue reading The Importance of Human Connections for the Mental Health and Wellbeing
Hong Kong’s Administrative Development in the Postcolonial Period and It’s Changing Relationship with Mainland China
1. Mainland China Officially known as the People’s Republic of China, this East Asian country is the world’s most populous, with a population of more than 1.4 billion people. China is governed by the Chinese Communist Party, which has jurisdiction over 22 provinces, five autonomous regions, four direct controlled municipalities, and the SARs of both … Continue reading Hong Kong’s Administrative Development in the Postcolonial Period and It’s Changing Relationship with Mainland China
1. Introduction While the search for a smooth working relationship between the Union and its federating units has always been a central concern for all federal polities, it has remained ever elusive. Except for rare periods of peace and good will, such a relation-ship has usually been characterised by stress and strain. That is why … Continue reading Centre-State Relations, 2011-2021: The Experience of West Bengal
Corporate governance lies at the heart of the way businesses are run. It’s the ‘way businesses are directed and controlled’, it concerns the work of the board as the body which bears ultimate responsibility for the business. Governance relates to how the board is constituted and how it performs its role. It encompasses issues of … Continue reading SEBI: Ethics in Corporate Governance
The tradition of Marxist thought has provided the most powerful critique of capitalist institutions and ethics ever conducted. Its founder, Karl Heinrich Marx (1818–1883), was a German political, economic, and philosophical theorist and revolutionist. The influence of Marx’s ideas on modern world history has been vast. Until the collapse in 1991 of the communist systems … Continue reading Marxism and It’s Relevance in the 21st Century
Saadat Hasan Manto (1912–1955), one of the greatest storytellers of the 20th century that South Asia has produced. Writing mainly in the Urdu language, he produced 22 collections of short stories, a novel, five series of radio plays, three collections of essays and two collections of personal sketches. His best short stories are held in high … Continue reading Manto, The Short Story Writer Who Chronicled India’s Partition
SIGMUND FREUD MAY JUSTLY BE called the most influential intellectual legislator of his age. It was he who revolutionized conventional thought and discovered the new method of treatment, which is called the psychoanalysis. Originally he was the medical man and engaged his mind in the study of treatment of nervous patients in his own clinic. … Continue reading Three Psychic Zones as Propounded by Sigmund Freud
A Critical Analysis of Literary Characteristics of Indian Writing in English and K. R. S. Iyengar’s Classification in Three Phrases
1. Introduction English education was introduced in India in the 19thcentury. English education was made available to vast Indian community. By introducing English education, Britishers wanted to create and maintain a class of administration officers, clerks, and civil servants to govern this huge country properly. Thus, Britishers had their selfish motives behind introducing English to the Indians. Let us see carefully the key sentences in Macaulay’s Minutes: “It is impossible for us, with our limited means, … Continue reading A Critical Analysis of Literary Characteristics of Indian Writing in English and K. R. S. Iyengar’s Classification in Three Phrases
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