Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review

Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review is a Bi-Monthly e-Journal of Multidisciplinary Research bearing ISSN: 2582-8088. The Journal covers contemporary research from all research areas and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.


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Efforts made by UN to Control the Menace of International Terrorism

Understanding what terrorism means is the main objective of this essay  . The origins of terrorism are rooted in history. How terrorism affected human life ? How has the growing breadth of globalisation contributed significantly to the rise in terrorist actions in society ?  What are some of the different reasons why people engage in

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Locating and Redefining the Space of Elderly in India

The world is experiencing exponential growth in the ageing population. Growing older often corresponds to the decline in the productiveness of an individual and with that comes the quest of finding a position to support survival. The elderly population does not primarily mean burden to the society rather the experience that they hold of the

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The Relevance of Albert Camus in the Contemporary World

Albert Camus was a French philosopher, thinker, writer and journalist from Algeria. He had witnessed both the world wars and was part of the French Resistance army fighting against Nazi occupation of France during 1940-45. Along with Nietzsche, Kirkegaard, and Sartre, Camus was called an Existentialist. However, he rejected the label and reiterated that he

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Dalit Women in India: Unique Social Existence

There is a requirement to attain a standpoint wherein significant issues of Dalit women are addressed such as their lack of voice, which are often neglected by the Dalit movement spearheaded by the males and the mainstream Indian feminist movement initiated by the upper caste women. The Dalit women are faced with triple intersection oppression

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Emergence of Indian Women’s Theatre: A Case Study

This paper focus specifically on Indian theatre and its long tradition. Feminist theatre in India, is a product of both political and theatrical movements, as well as a confluence of art and activism. Indian women’s theatre came to limelight with women liberation movement of the west. This brought forward gender biased issues into the public

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