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Paharpur Buddhist  Vihara

Paharpur Buddhist  Vihara

Paharpur Buddhist  Vihara Paharpur an important archaeological site in Bangladesh, situated in a village named Paharpur (Pahadpur) under the Badalgachhi Upazila of Naogaon district. It was declared as a World Heritage site in 1985. The village is connected with the nearby Railway station Jamalga.....

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Gender Empowerment

Gender Empowerment

Gender empowerment is the empowerment of people of any gender. It has been one of the widely discussed issues in the discourse of development of a country. Social, educational, economic, political, legal etc. are the various components of empowerment. Empowerment of women in the real sense can by.....

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Study Tips for Students with Asperger Syndrome

Study Tips for Students with Asperger Syndrome

Study tips for students with Asperger Syndrome Asperger syndrome was generally considered to be on the “high functioning” end of the spectrum. Affected children and adults have difficulty with social interactions and exhibit a restricted range of interests and/or repetitive behaviors. Study t.....

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Cognitive Behavioral Model of Social Anxiety

Cognitive Behavioral Model of Social Anxiety

Cognitive Behavioral Model of Social Anxiety One of the most popular methods used to reduce and eliminate social anxiety is cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). It utilizes the idea that various recurring thought patterns and behaviours are linked to physical and emotional indicators of social an.....

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Social Anxiety Phobia

Social Anxiety Phobia

The term ‘Social anxiety’ was coined by Janet (1903) to describe people who feared being observed while speaking, playing the piano, or writing. Social Anxiety nowadays is a term used to describe the excessive fear, nervousness and apprehension that people experience in social interactions (B.....

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Differences between Yalta and Potsdam

Differences between Yalta and Potsdam

Differences between Yalta and Potsdam The conferences at Yalta and Potsdam were the two most important peace conferences of World War II. The major powers at the conferences were the United States, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union. The Yalta and Potsdam conferences were called to help the Alli.....

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Causes of Urban Growth

Causes of Urban Growth

Urbanization It is an increasing concentration of the population in cities and a transformation of land use and society to a metropolitan pattern of organization. At the beginning of the Industrial Revolution only 3% of the world population were living in cities. Now about 43% of the world’.....

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Decline of Egypt

Decline of Egypt

Decline of Egypt Defining the end point The civilization of ancient Egypt can be traced back in recognizable form to around 3000 BC. It was to endure for over three millennia and it is perhaps the most instantly recognizable of all ancient cultures today. The question of how it came to an end is .....

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Fall of Rome: Few Judgmental View

Fall of Rome: Few Judgmental View

Fall of Rome: Few Judgmental View Most of the theories said – The Barbarian attacks on Rome partially stemmed from a mass migration caused by the Huns’ invasion of Europe in the late fourth century. When these Eurasian warriors rampaged through northern Europe, they drove many German.....

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Globalization: Interaction and Integration

Globalization: Interaction and Integration

Globalization is a process of interaction and integration among the people, companies, and governments of different nations, a process driven by international trade and investment and aided by technology. This process has effects on the environment, on Culture, on political systems, on economic d.....

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Genocide of Rwanda

Genocide of Rwanda

Genocide of Rwanda Beginning on April 6, 1994, Hutus began slaughtering the Tutsis in the African country of Rwanda. As the brutal killings continued, the world stood idly by and watched the slaughter. Lasting 100 days, the Rwanda genocide left approximately 800,000 Tutsis and Hutu sympathizers .....

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Ancient Roman Republican Constitution

Ancient Roman Republican Constitution

The Roman Republican Constitution Introduction The Romans never had a written constitution, but their form of their government, especially from the time of the passage of the lex Hortensia (287 B.C.), roughly parallels the modern American division of executive, legislative, and judical branches, .....

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