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A study on themitigation strategies of violence in Hindi women cinema narratives

Gender scholar Michael Foucault when quoting about Justice says that, “Justice must always question itself, just as society can exist only by means of the work it does on itself and its institutions. “ (Foucault, 1978) There has been a sudden upsurge in women centric or women oriented films in the recent past which brings them carrying out positive roles, taking up challenges that reminds the audience of how strong they are.

Differential evolution for optimal capacitor placement in radial distribution system

In this paper, Differential Evolution (DE) has been proposed for optimal sizing of capacitors to reduce the power loss and to improve the voltage profile in a radial electric distribution system. Power Loss Index is used for finding the potential buses in the electric distribution system and then the DE is used to determine the sizing of capacitors that are to be placed at the potential locations in order to reduce the power losses and to improve the voltage profile. The proposed approach has been implemented and tested on various standard test cases such as 10- bus and 85- bus systems.

Prevalence and characterization of campylobacter jejuni in small-scale poultry slaughter house

The aim of the current work was to evaluate the prevalence, antimicrobial susceptibility and biofilm formation of Campylobacter jejuni isolated from different poultry meat retail shop. The samples were collected from different slaughtering level. Chicken sampling at slaughterhouses was performed for Knife, Liver, Chest, Intestine, Machine, Chopping board, weighing balance and washing water (each 7). Totally 41 isolates were identified as Campylobacter jejuni and were tested for susceptibility to 10 antimicrobial agents by the disk diffusion method.

Cross country analysis of gross domestic product (gdp) of brics nations: An assessment and new evidence

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) value is the indicator for the economic growth of the economy. The higher growth rate in gross domestic product leads to increase economic growth of the country.The study is designed to analyze the gross domestic product movement of BRICS nations. The abbreviation BRICS stands form Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Each country has their various different factors which affect their GDP growth rate.Yearly data from 1990 to2017 is used in the following research study.

Role of teaching learning materials in quality education of children with disabilities

In the traditional classroom teaching there is hardly any scope for the children to interact with the teacher, teaching learning materials (TLM) and the teaching-learning environment. So Teaching becomes very monotonous and students have to mostly rely on rote learning. Most often classroom teaching is dominated by the Lecture Method of teacher. Except some essential aids like chalk, duster, blackboard, Teaching learning materials are hardly used in the classroom. When used it may not be context-specific.

Design and implementation of the k-regression clustering algorithm

Clustering is one of the important technical approaches in data mining, which is widely used in knowledge discovery and machine learning. Some existing clustering methods mainly focus on either the distribution density of elements or the similarity of the morphology formed by elements in the data set, while lacks of the analysis of the intrinsic characteristics of the data. On the basis of the reasonable kernel of K-means clustering algorithm, a new clustering method is proposed in this paper and named as the K-regression clustering to realize the regression clustering.

Survey and surveillance of insect pest complex and associated bioagents of cajanus cajan (pigeon pea) of chapra, Bihar

Cajanus cajan (Pigeon pea) is economically an important crop which provides high quality vegetable protein and high nutritional value. But different biotic and abiotic factors like weather, temperature, insect pests and different diseases constraint the potential yield of crop. In view of little information on diversity of insect pest and their infestation on various growth phases of this crop under varied climatic condition of this region, survey was conducted in different areas i.e., Telpa, Rouja and Katra of chapra. A total of 3 fields were surveyed weekly from Oct to March 2015-2016.

Paracoccidioidomycosis oral manifestations

Paracoccidioidomycosis is a systemic disease that mainly involves the lungs, spreading later to other organs and systems. The most common oral manifestations are ulcerated and erythematous lesions, with an irregular surface, raised and hardened edges, being easily confused with other lesions. Although well described in the literature, most dental surgeons have never seen or diagnosed paracoccidioidomycosis.

New types of compactness

In this paper we developed new concepts in general topology where new compactness spaces different from the known compactness spaces have emerged. We found that an infinite space and β-closed space cannot be strongly compact space. In addition to that each β-closed space that satisfies C_2 property is a semi-compact space. We have also obtained other related results.

Ayurvedic management of acute cerebral haemorrhage with midline shift: A Case Report

Objectives: To manage the acute cerebral hemorrhagic stroke with midline shift through panchakarma and Ayurvedic oral medications. Methods: The present case deals with a diagnosed case of hemorrhagic stroke presented as right sided hemiplegia with midline shift of 7mm towards right side. The Ayurvedic diagnosis of Pakshaghata was made and Nasya and Kaala basti procedures were done. Assessment were taken before and after treatment on National Institute of Health Stroke Scale (NIH-SS), and Barthel Index.