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Teacher - Social Science
Brigade School Malleshwaram
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Communication, Culture, Education, Environment, Ethics
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Hi everyone, I'am a learning enthusiast and love to write on various topics. I seek to become more knowledgeable and well aware about global issues and know my ability to contribute to global literature.

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Essay contest 2017

Posted on December 31, 2017 at 5:19am 0 Comments

Dimensions of Nationalism

Posted on December 31, 2016 at 9:14am 0 Comments

Nationalism is a virtue deeply embedded within a nationalist. Every coin has two sides, likewise the multifaceted and multi layered concept of nationalism is no different. The term however is not a new one but it’s impact has always been on the extremes of the continuum, on one side the world stands witness to the two heinous wars in the history of mankind, the First and the Second World War. These wars were not fought between the men but between the nationalists who wanted to prove their…


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