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By Latha Pillai, Babu Remesh

This publication is a set of essays that are prepared round huge subject matters- inclusion of the excluded and schooling for the marginalized. The essays supply an exposition to the variety of inequalities and demanding situations in several fields of social engagement, and open up attainable methods of addressing those issues. The members speak about inclusiveness and marginalization within the modern social contexts, their different dimensions, and interlinkages with quite a few assets of social inequalities together with caste-, class-, and gender-related components.

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The two-nation theory was proved fallible even at its inception when a sizeable Muslim community chose to live, and continues to live and prosper, in secular India rather than go to the newly created Pakistan. 7 The fact8 is that Jammu and Kashmir was one of about 565 princely states of India on which the British paramountcy lapsed : 19 B r i d g i n g t he G a p at the stroke of midnight on August 15, 1947. The Government of India Act 1935, as adopted in the Indian Independence Act 1947, to which India, Pakistan, and even Britain were party, gave the choice of joining either of the dominions to the rulers of the states.

Behind all the major epistemic shifts lies a new vision of the cosmos, in its dimensions of space and time or matter and energy, or in terms of its geometry or calculus. Today, faced with the impending specter of climate change and irreversible environmental depletion, the life of earth has started looking decidedly finite with the end of the species and all forms of life close in sight. Consequently, in the field of learning and sciences, a major epistemic shift has been taking place. ” According to him, for us there is no possibility of a single universal knowledge, rather we have to learn to live with many “knowledges,” each of which is no longer an analogy to the “phenomenal world,” but rather a “paralogy,” “a narrative of ” our perceptions of that world.

The presence of Pakistani regular troops in the valley was attested even by United Nations Commission for India and Pakistan (UNCIP) documents (UNCIP first report). At the time of cease-fire, Pakistan held 78,114 sq. km illegally, and this continues even today. On March 5, 1948, the Maharaja announced the formation of an interim government with Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah as the prime minister. Subsequently, the Maharaja signed a proclamation, making Yuvraj Karan Singh as the regent. ” The Security Council, however, passed a resolution on plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir, subject to certain conditions.

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