Kannada Vishaya Vishwa Kosh – Karnataka –(Revised)-Chief Editor- Kuvempu Institute of Kannada Studies- Mysore University-year 2005 1.Dalit Millennium and Kannada Literature (Dalitha Yuga Mattu Kannada Sahithya, 1999) 2.Director Mysore University, Jayalakshmi Vilas palace Museum from 27.10.2007Dirctor, Prasaranga, Manasagangotri, Mysore 1995 to 2000 University of MysoreMembership of Government Committee`s and InstitutionMember of Wholesales Book Purchase Committee, Government of Karnataka, Kannada and Culture Department 1991 to 1993Member of the Publication Committee of Popular Book Series of the Government of Karnataka, Kannada Culture Department 1991 to 1993.Member of Kannada Pustaka Pradhikara of the Government of Karnataka-from 1991 t...
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The city's drinking water is supplied by a dam, located across the Netravati River in Thumbe, 14 kilometers from Mangalore.Among the in Kannada we can count, Udayavani, Vijaya Karnataka, Prajavani, Kannada Prabha, Varthabharathi, Samyukta Karnataka and Hosa Digantha.There are multiple local TV channels which broadcast programs and information in Toulou, Konkani, Beary and Kannada.Traditional games such as Kambala (buffalo race), specific to the Toulou community, contested in rice fields in water, and Korikatta (cock fight) are very popular.The Karnataka Urban Development and Coastal Environment Management Project (KUDCEMP) aims to improve drinking water supply systems and reduce leaks and losses in the Mangalore distribution network.
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Students Taking oath in Mathribhasha- Kannada .They highlighted the origin and history of Kannada language, poetry, fiction and dramatic works of different Kannada renowned poets and artists.Student’s opinion on Matribhasha Hand Prints- Unity in diversity .Total number of 90 students and seven staff members along with four Faculty and 17 students of MSC HTM participated in the event This programme was conducted as per the scheduled community outreach programme of MSc HTM as part of the curriculum, under the mentorship of faculty P Valsaraj, coordinated by Nandini, Rajnigandha and Piyush.Essay writing competition .
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See also: Medieval Kannada literature and Kannada poetry Kashmiri literature[edit source | editbeta].Contemporary Kannada literature has been highly successful in reaching people of all classes in society.Since the earliest available Kannada work is one on grammar and a guide of sorts to unify existing variants of Kannada grammar and literary styles, it can be safely assumed that literature in Kannada must have started several centuries earlier.Kannada literature[edit source | editbeta] Kannada writer and Jnanpith Awardwinner for the year 1994, U. R. Ananthamurthy Main article: Kannada literature The oldest existing record of Kannada poetry in tripadi metre is the Kappe Arabhatta record of 700 CE.Kumara Vyasa, who wrote the Karnata Bhara...
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Several parents and teachers eagerly lined up to give the gift of life to someone in need.The celebration became more meaningful with the Blood Donation Camp set up at school, by the Rotary Wing, Indiranagar.The dance performance by the Senior Indus Students was a sheer visual treat with a kaleidoscope of colors against the pristine white.The PYP students gave an endearing and heart-warming performance when they sang “nannha munnha rahi hun”.And thy love I shall give To every brother nation that lives’.
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The farmer name Gurram Adi Reddy, hold a view that the real issues behind there non elegibility for any benefit under waver scheme is lack of adequate water power, the timely availability of inputs and fair, remunerative and consistent prices for the produce.studied about Agriculture in Dakshina Kannada.Large number of farmers are dependent on rainfall, they are also faced with problems like lack of transportation and marketing facilities.studied the problems faced by farmers in the existing farming system.Dakshina Kannada has replaced food grains with non food grains crops like rubber, areca nuts, cashew nuts.
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This study will entail your child being shown two beakers of water, and watching one being poured into another beaker.McGarrigle and Donaldson (1974) adapted the traditional conservation task and examined the conservation of number.Since more children were able to conserve mass then liquid, this suggests that the conservation of mass comes before the conservation of liquid.The main findings showed:Table One: Table to show children who could and could not conserve liquid and massCould ConserveCould not conserveTotalMass161834Liquid132134Total293968Table Two: Mean ages of conservation of liquid and massCould ConserveCould not conserveMass5.65.0Liquid5.45.0Average5.55.0After analysing the results, (appendix 2), it can be seen that the avera...
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It arises a question in our mind that if water is renewable source then why we should worry for water and try to conserve it.Water is the unique source of life, without water we cannot imagine the life here.They should avoid buying recreational water toys (which require constant stream of water) to their children.Here are some tips which really will help us to save water: Parents should aware their children about the need of water conservation.School students should be assigned to prepare projects on water conservation or given this topic during any competition like debate, discussion, essay writing or speech recitation.
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As an Indo-American writer Ramanujan had the experience of the native milieu as well as of the foreign milieu.However, he did teach at several other U.S. universities at times, including Harvard, University of Wisconsin, University of Michigan, University of California at Berkeley, and Carleton College.His academic research ranged across five languages: Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Sanskrit, and English.At the University of Chicago, Ramanujan was instrumental in shaping the South Asian Studies program.His poems like the “Conventions of Despair” reflected his views on the cultures and conventions of the east and the west.
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Training, National Focus Group Position Paper on .This is the political space opened up for investing that the colonial rule particularly Lord Thomas Macaulay had Kannada speakers with the “moral content of a community.” In introduced English education that convert local people into other words, to act politically, i.e., to make political claims, clerks to serve in colonial government.org/go?/dfn/about/C33/, Accessed on 22 May, (2013) .“soft” liberalism reasoning seems to have been the basis for the Karnatak High Court decision in the summer of 2008 against the In the central schools the medium of instruction is where the state government mandating Kannada as the medium of upper castes and other central government employee children...
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& Ullman M. T. (2001) Past tense morphology in specifically language impaired and normally developing children.(2003) ‘Wh-movement in childrenWith grammatical SLI: a test of the RDDR hypothesis’, Language 79,153-81. .Van der lely, H. K. J.Language and Cognitive Processes, 16: 177-217. .The present study compared the pMLU of children with SLI in comparison with typically developing Kannada speaking children.
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This is where we live and work, we all need to work to make it safe.” .Only 3,286 cops cover the vast urban sprawl.According to eminent Kannada writer Vaidehi, violence against women is as old as the Mahabharata.As the Citizens Collective Against Sexual Assault says, Women have a right to be safe – In homes, on streets, in buses and in workplaces.Gurgaon shows a horrific crime graph and its Mahatma Gandhi Road, connecting the many malls and swanky housing estates, is now called the Rape Mile.
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On Oct 8, 2012, the Prime Minister ruled out a review of the Cauvery River Authority’s (CRA) decision asking Karnataka to release 9,000 cusecs of water daily to Tamil Nadu till October 20, rejecting the plea by both the Congress and BJP leaders from Karnataka.SC has asked centre to indicate the time frame within which the final decision of cauvery water dispute tribunal(which was given in feb 2007) will be notified.On Nov 15, 2012, The Cauvery Monitoring Committee, directed the Karnataka government to release 4.81 tmcft to Tamil Nadu between November 16 and 30, 2012  On Dec 6, 2012, The supreme court directed Karnataka to release 10,000 cusecs of water to Tamil Nadu. On Oct 17, 2012, Tamil Nadu made a fresh plea in the Supreme Co...
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Translation enriches comprehension of a wounded culture, the bond of language that unites a dispersed community, and the values that have sustained it.It has enhanced knowledge of our multilingual, multicultural personality.But the Indians believed that translation is a valuable activity.As well as different texts from one language have been translated into other Indian languages.Many works from Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Marathi, and Hindi have been translated into English.
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Students will assume that the mixture will keep getting hotter and hotter as the water boils.They will not expect the temperature to stay steady until almost all the water has been converted to steam.Teacher may use powerpoint presentations or vedieosto illustrate the concept .. Fossil fuels are of great importance because they can be burned (oxidized to carbon dioxide and water), producing significant amounts of energy per unit weight.These materials can poison waterways and leach harmful toxins such as arsenic, mercury, uranium, and thorium into the ground and water.. .They add their conservation idea to the bottom of the list, and have their at-home helper sign the form.
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Water conservation would be of great help in this case.In the future, the most basic thing to be done must be conservation and good management of land, water, energy and other resources Basic needs of people and resources that would sustain individual’s life must be balanced.Populous city like Virginia is under stress since more water is withdrawn from lakes, rivers and aquifer.When a country becomes industrialized, an increased level of water, noise and air pollution and soil contamination becomes evident.The supplies of water must be available not only for agriculture but also for industry and public use.
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Co-relation with a real life situation – Whether the situation given matches any real life situation, like tsunamis, floods, tropical cyclones, etc.For example, they give remedial help, maintain a term-wise record and checklists, etc.Deductive Method – What does the student know and how can he use it to explain a situation.Investigation of the situation – What is the question and what is to be explained.In addition to that, various assignments can be given such as projects, models and charts, group work, worksheet, survey, seminar, etc.
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Conservation of Water Conservation and management of water are essential for the survival of mankind, plants and animals.But some others, like land, water, fisheries and forests are renewable or non-exhaustible in nature.This saved about 12000 square kilometers of the sensitive water catchment Conservation of Soil In the previous section we learnt about the various causes of soil erosion.There are two basic strategies for conservation of biodiversity:(i) In-situ conservation(ii) Ex-situ conservation(i) In-situ (on site) conservation includes the protection of plants and animals within their natural habitats or in protected areas.For the conservation of forests, following methods can be taken: (a) Conservation of forest is a national prob...
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TEACHERS REFLECTION .TEACHER ACTIVITIES .Our wild animals need conservation for the next generation.One day they won’t have water, which will result in a dirty filthy home, no dishes can be washed, no washing can be done.Values: When in class, explain to them what will happen if water is wasted and taps aren’t closed.
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It is chilled and served as dessert.Sugar, spices and nuts are added for flavour.Tamil food is characterised by its use of rice, legumes, and lentils, along with distinct aromas and flavours achieved by the blending of spices such as curry leaves, tamarind, coriander, ginger, garlic, chili pepper, cinnamon, clove, cardamom, cumin, nutmeg, coconut and rose water. * Shrikhand: A creamy dessert made out of strained yogurt, often served with dried fruits such as mangoes.The coastal districts of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi have slightly varying cuisines, which make extensive use of coconut in curries and frequently include seafood.
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 The Kannada and Tamil languages have lesser Sanskrit and Prakrit influence. According to the most recent census of 2001, 29 ‘languages’ have more than a million native speakers, 60 have more than 100,000 and 122 have more than 10,000 native speakers.According to the 1991 census, 22 ‘languages’ had more than a million native speakers, 50 had more than 100,000 and 114 had more than 10,000 native speakers.The major Dravidian languages are Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Tulu.SIL Ethnologue lists 415 living “Languages of India” (out of 6,912 worldwide).
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|Marathi | |3 |Bodo |14 |Nepali | |4 |Dogri |15 |Oriya | |5 |Gujarati |16 |Punjabi | |6 |Hindi |17 |Rajasthani | |7 |Kannada |18 |Santhali | |8 |Kashmiri |19 |Sindhi | |9 |Konkani |20 |Tamil | |10 |Maithili |21 |Telugu | |11 |Malayalam |22 |Urdu | Research skills, methods & methodology In the present study I have practiced the said skill set, extensively.English education has made us all mental translators in varius measures of efficiency.This study is not intended to popularize or promote nativistic approach only, nor is it an attempt to train teachers in the use of the methods described because teaching literature, as Elaine Showalter said, is not brain surgery, no one will die if we make a mistake about Dryden (2003:IX).a)impact o...
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Water pollution, unavailability of drinking water, inadequate sanitation, open dumping of waste, and loss of forest cover are some of the related problems.• A number of projects have been catalysed with agencies such as UNICEF, Water Aid, Department of Science and Technology, MoEF and Delhi Government.The programme covers various aspects pertaining to our environment like water, air, trees and medicinal plants, waste management (composting, waste paper recycling), checking for food adulteration, bird watching, energy conservation, eco-consumerism.• Water conservation .A large population, especially young people and children, are particularly vulnerable to environmental risks, for example, access to clean and safe drinking water.
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In the Kulu Valley, Dussehra is a big autumn festival in which representations of local gods are carried in multicolored canopies.At the end of a long battle between the army of the monkey people and that of the demons, Rāvana was killed by Rāma.Rāma then made an alliance with Sugreeva, the king of the monkey people (the Vanaras), and her minister Hanoumân, to deliver her.On Dussehra day, devotees parade in procession with effigies, often gigantic, of Rāvana but also of his brother Kumbhakarna and his son Meghanatha.This episode, related in the Rāmāyana, tells that Rāvana, king of Lankā, kidnapped Sita, the wife of the god Rāma, and sequestrated her on his island.
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With over 100 acclaimed masters including Deepak Chopra, Jaggi Vasudev and Sri Sri Ravi Shankar the site encourages spiritual conversations among users across multiple forums.Vijay Karnataka was the leader in the Kannada newspaper segment then.in is the India’s largest online spiritual network that offers one on one interaction between spiritual masters and seekers.TIMES GROUP NETWORK Zigwheels: ZigWheels brings to its visitors reviews, road tests, technology, tools and tips, as well as special features on cars and bikes.It features easy-to-use widgets such as the new car & bike prices, Resale value of used cars, information on dealerships across cities and best deals.
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The sārangī is a bowed, short-necked string instrument of India which originated from Rajasthani folk instruments.The bottom part of the front of its hollow wooden soundbox is covered with animal skin.It is played while sitting on the ground in a vertical orientation.Its analogue in Rajasthan is known as the madga and pani mataqa “water jug”.A sarinda is a stringed Indian folk musical instrument similar to lutes or fiddles.
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They must be resistant to acid and bile, metabolically active in the GI tract, reduce the colon pH, poses anti-microbial activity towards pathogenic bacteria.The latex and some other parts of X have been reported to have purgative, anthelmintic and emetic effects in Indian traditional medicine (Kirtikar and Basu, 1935; Jain et al.Lactobacilli, Streptococcus and bifidobacteria are the three most common types of microorganisms used as probiotics; but certain yeasts and moulds may also be helpful.The beneficial effects of probiotics: .Probiotics are usually consumed as part of fermented foods with specifically added active live cultures; such as in soy yogurt, yogurt, or as dietary supplements.
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The involvement of students and teachers in the conservation of the Great Barrier Reef has helped in many ways.This rubbish can pollute the water and can be potentially fatal to fish.Run-off from the urban development is one of the largest impacts affecting the water quality of the Great Barrier Reef .If the quality of water is poor as it enters the Great Barrier Reef, many fish, whose bodies are unaccustomed to this polluted , may die.The water quality of the Great Barrier Reef starts at the wetlands.
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Maintaining the records of energy and water usage provide a clear picture of how each responsibility centre contributes to the energy and water expenses.This will reduce the amount of money used on water because the quantity of water required is reduced.This makes it easy to identify the outlets that use a lot of water.Water is classified as either shower water, tap water or washing machine water.The other additional records relates to the water expenses, to account for water usage it is imperative to classify the use of water as per the way or the equipment used to discharge water.
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Based on an analysis of 104 episodes of Hikayat Simsim, there were: 68 segments dealing with some type of water issues and 36 dealing with International water issues.All of these episodes make reference to how efficient use of water manifests itself in current everyday life in Jordan, Figure 3, but do not directly discuss efficient management of water.By introducing young children through multimedia, to a variety of sources, including activities making learning enjoyable about water, water efficient use, water conservation issues, conduct events like the one of the walk around live shows in different regions of the country, we can help them to develop their responsibility to this critical mutter in Jordan.These segments come closest to...
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