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  1. Hassan Ajami
    How can Islam, as a religion which calls for peace, equality and justice, lead to terrorism? This article attempts to provide an objective answer to this question through relying on the essence of Islam and the Arab-Islamic culture.
  2. Maha Abdullah Al-Senan
    This research deals with two important and long controversial topics in Saudi society: women and the arts. This study focuses on the development of social commentary through the work of Saudi female artists in the visual arts, photography, and modern art. It presents a survey of the history of women’s education in the arts in the Kingdom of...
  3. Heriyani Agustina, Zulham Yahya and Farida Nurfalah
    Culture is a pattern of meanings embodied in symbols handed down through history. Identifies the following problems: 1 How the meaning of symbols that exist in the arts of Dance Sintren Cirebon ?. 2 How do people's responses on the traditional arts Dance Sintren ?. 3 How is the moral message contained on the dance sintren ?. The research method in...
  4. Okolo Victor, O. and Agu, Okoro Agu
    The study investigated the importance of marketing research in improving corporate social responsibility adopted by Seven Up in Enugu. Most firms the world over tend to adopt the same approach in delivering corporate social responsibility projects and this seems to be a myopic approach as countries differ in many dimensions and perspectives. The...
  5. Eric Akobeng
    The paper provides a schematic overview of aid in least developed countries and examines the trend and relationship between aid and exports, imports, investment, savings, real exchange rate, government expenditure, debt and growth during the structural adjustment and heavily indebted poor countries initiatives in Ghana. It is found that increase...
  6. Eme, Okechukwu, I., Dr. Hillary I. Ekemam, Dr. Emmanuel, Iheanacho and Okeke Martin Ifeanyi
    With the retinue of endorsements and adoption that have so far heralded President Goodluck Jonathan’s second term ambition within and outside the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) hierarchy, many believe the coast is clear for the President to ride on unhindered having being adopted as the sole candidate of the party in the 2015 presidential...
  7. Zainab, W. Khudair, Saleh, K. Majeed and Mohammed, A. A. Hasan
    The henna leaf solution is important plant in veterinary medicine for treating of some cases in farm animals like wound healing, constipation and other internal or external conditions, especially when they are resistant to treatment methods. This study included 12 rats where divided into two groups, each group included 6 rats. The first group was...
  8. Riyadh Hamed and Hammad Fadl Almola
    Background: A total of 150diabetic patients were selected retrospectively from Khartoum State Diabetic Care Centers, this group divided to two equal groups, had been analyzed using the certain risk factors of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus patients after implementation of health education program. Group (cases) the program was implemented...
  9. Hammad Fadl Almola and Riyadh Hamed
    Background: A total of 150diabetic patients were selected retrospectively from Khartoum State Diabetic Care Centers, this group divided to two equal groups, had been analyzed using the knowledge and practice of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus patients after implementation of health education program. Group (cases) the program was...
  10. Panagiotis Artemiou, Boris Bily, Miroslava Bilecova-Rabajdova, Stefan Lukacin, Frantisek Sabol and Ioannis Pashalidis
    Objective: This study tried to elucidate the role of the cardiopulmonary bypass on the early postoperative immunoglobulin G levels and any probable effects on the postoperative outcome of the patients. Methods: 99 consecutive patients were studied. The evening after surgery the level of the IgG was obtained. The postoperative course of each...
  11. Zahed H. Mir, Iram Ali, Khurshid A. Wani, Parvez A Dar and Umer A. Qureshi
    Aims and Objective: The purpose of this study was to determine the occurrence, etiological and other associated factors of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia in GB Pant hospital, Kashmir. Jaundice is a common problem in neonatology. Early recognition of the cause of jaundice is very important as delay in management may lead to serious complications or...
  12. Munzir M. E. Ahmed., Al-Obosi Sabah Aziz Jawad., Osman, HM., Shayoub, ME.
    There are numerous harmful substances found in tobacco and tobacco smoke. Nicotine is one of these substances that may be acquired through active and passive smoking. In man nicotine is commonly consumed via smoking cigarettes. Therefore, the aim of this study is to elucidate whether smoking has effects on kidney functions in Sudanese young...
  13. Dr. Rekha Battalwar and Vasundhara Agarwal
    The nutritional status of women when becoming pregnant and during pregnancy can have significant influence on foetus. Micronutrient deficiencies could lead to poor maternal health outcomes and pregnancy complications. Poor maternal weight gain in pregnancy due to an inadequate diet increases the risk of complications. A pre-tested questionnaire...
  14. Chawla Ranjna, Thakur Gaurav, Mahajan Bhawna, Aparna, Gupta Vinod K. and Nair Rukamani
    Aims: Aim of study was to determine the effect of Naturopathy (massage, hot and cold fomentation applications) and yoga intervention for one year on the disease activity, disability and quality of life indices in patients suffering from Rheumatoid arthritis. Methods and Material: The effect was observed on physical parameters (health assessment...
  15. Dr. Rahul Tanwani, Dr. Mayur Maheshwari and Dr. Mayur Maheshwari
    Background: Congenital pouch colon is an unusual abnormality of like dilation of shortened colon, associated with Ano-rectal malformation. The clinical and radiological details of this condition have been described in detail and are well established, but there is a lack of consensus regarding management protocol. Objective: To study the...
  16. Imran Gattoo, Asif Aziz, Bilal Ahmad Najar and Mohmad Latief
    Background: Nephrotic syndrome is a condition which is characterised by proteinurea, hypoprotenemia, hyperchlolesterolemia and significant edema. In children with nephrotic syndrome, it is probable to determine a hypothyroid state because of significant loss of thyroxine (T4), tri-iodothyronine (T3) and thyroid-binding globulin in presence of...
  17. Dr. Anwar T. Elgasseir
    Objectives: To describe the epidemiological risk factors and to determine the likely underlying causes associated with developmentally disabled children with convulsion. Patients and Methods: Descriptive study (Longitudinal hospital based study) where children with convulsion in developmental disabilities disorder were enrolled in this study. All...
  18. Dr. K. Geetha, Dr. G. Lakshmi Priya and Dr. T. Rameshwari
    We report a case of Tuberculosis verrucosa cutis on the knee that had been present for more than 3 years in a 22year old man. He had a strongly positive mantoux test and a normal chest radiograph. TBVC is a paucibaciallary form of cutaneous Tuberculosis caused by exogenous reinfection in previously sensitized individuals. The diagnosis of TBVC is...
  19. Ermias T. Tsadik, Berhan Tamir and Zemelak Sahile
    This study was conducted to investigate the determinant factors that influence probability of village poultry technology package elements adoption, and to identify major limitations and constraints influencing the technology adoption in the central Oromia Region, Ethiopia. One hundred eighty (180) village poultry technology package participants...
  20. Dr. Jitendra D. Khot, Dr. Satish D. Urhe and Dr. Dnyaneshwar K. Jadhav
    Now a day’s eating habits have changed. Consumption of junk food, Ready to cook fast food, Carbonated drinks is increasing day by day which contains preservatives and colouring agents. Due to prolonged use they gets accumalated in our body and leads to imbalances in doshas which in turns affect body as well as mind. Tarunya pitika is one of the...
  21. Sima Mehdi Shishvan
    Interaction of H2O molecule and BN fullerene like structures was studied based on the density functional theory. The H2O molecule is adsorbed on the surface of BN fullerene like structures. All calculations were performed using DFT within M062X method and has been widely used in the nanostructure studies. 6-311G** all electron basis sets were used...
  22. Dr. Gana, A. J., Okoye, S. S. C. and Toba A. Peter
    Labour productivity output in civil engineering construction projects is an important aspect of civil engineering profession world-wide over many centuries. The use of civil engineering construction materials plays 60% role, while labour productivity output take 40% of the construction projects execution in construction industry. This account for...
  23. Ka-Lam, Sam and Andrew W. Smith
    Objectives: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of rested and physical exhaustion conditions on accuracy and speed of tennis serve performance among college-level players. Design: A repeated measures design with control and experimental groups was used to determine the effects of physical exhaustion on tennis serve performance....
  24. Cui-Feng Yang, Yi-Jing Gao, Cui-Fang Yang, Yu-Xin Huang, Bao-Qing Zhang, Shan Zhou, Li-Tao Yang, Ge-Min Zhang and Yang-Rui Li
    Smut, caused by Sporisorium scitaminea Sydow, is one of the main destructive diseases in sugarcane (Saccharum spp.). To assess the resistance of sugarcane to smut, two different isolates of S. scitaminea were inoculated to sugarcane plants by means of pin-prick dipping in nodal buds. Data on the disease latent period and disease incidents per...
  25. Geetarani Devi, L. and Dr. Chakrrabarty Singh, Y.
    Rice is regarded as the first cultivated crop in Asia as well as important food crop of India. The cost and return structure and technical efficiency in rice production has been reported in different regions as well as in the state of Manipur to show different regions have adopted the latest technology. Primary data have been collected from the...
  26. Anushi A. Jahan and Mohammad Anis
    The escalating exploitation of medicinal plants for the extraction of imperative pharmaceuticals amalgam dictated the need of using encapsulated vegetative propagules for germplasm conservation and propagation. The present report is the first attempt in the production of synseed and subsequently affirming retrieval of healthy plantlets of...
  27. Sara B. H. Awaly, Ahmed Gaber, Basita A. Hussein and Ebtissam H. A. Hussein
    Two genes encoding Na+/H+ antiporter isolated from Cyanobacterial strain Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 were cloned and sequenced. These genes, namely, nhaS2 and nhaS4 were cloned into the pYES2 vector for expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Transgenic yeast was examined for their ability to survive under salt- stress conditions and their growth...
  28. Aniagolu, Celestine Obinna, Iloeje, Amechi Francis and Okwu-Delunzu, Virginia
    Nigeria which is the sixth largest producer/exporter of crude oil was rated as one of the richest 50 countries in the 1970s. But at the threshold of the 21st century, it has become one of the 25 poorest countries of the world. The country is characterized by high rate of poverty, poor infrastructural development, poor standard of education, and...
  29. Hedya Jemai, Abdelfattah El Feki, Anwer Feriani and Sami Sayadi
    There is a big relationship between Diabete and renal dysfunctions and lesions. This study was designed to test the antidiabetic and antioxidative activities of 3,4-dihydroxy-phenylethanol in kidneys. Diabetes in Wistar rats was induced by intra- peritoneal injections of alloxan. The kidneys antioxidant parameters; thiobarbituric acid-reactive...
  30. Kannan, N. and Saravanan, K.
    A line × tester crossing programme was taken up with seven lines and three testers with a view to identify the best heterotic crosses for seed cotton yield, yield attributing traits and fibre quality in cotton. A set of 21 (H × B) hybrids and one check hybrid DCH 32 were grown at Rasi seeds Research and Development Farm Attur. Analysis of variance...
  31. Irza Hanie Abu Samah, Intan Maizura Abd Rashid, Mohd Juraij Abd Rani, Nor Irwani Abdul Rahman, Muhammad Ahmar Ali and Muhammad Fazlee Sham Abdullah
    Over the last decade, fast food restaurant in Malaysia has witnessed immense growth and it is now catering to almost 100 million profits. In order to sustain customer loyalty, fast food restaurants are striving to achieve high customers’ satisfaction through improved of facilities and better price. This study investigated the impact of physical...
  32. Surendra Pratap and Annavajhula J. C. Bose
    Using the basic principles of Marxist economics, this paper portrays how financialisation of capital and international capital mobility have come about, over the last thirty years, for capital to make super profits. The paper also explains how in the process these two phenomena have worsened the plight of labour. If we also consider the side by...
  33. Alana Carla Watanabe, Rafael Augusto Ângelo Lopes, Tamara Prado Perez, Maria José Cícero Oger Affonso and Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho
    In Brazil, a study conducted with elderly enrolled in the Family Health Unit showed that 52% had depressive symptoms, of which 48% had mild to moderate depression and 4% severe depression. From the perspective of the presence of depressive symptoms, this study aimed to determine the prevalence of elderly indicative of depression, living in the...
  34. Fides Okwukweka Chukwumah
    Background: This study investigated the extent of problems of strategic plans development for secondary schools’ improvement in Anambra State, Nigeria for quality education provision. Method: The study used a descriptive survey design paradigm. Respondents comprised 217 principals. There was no sampling. All the principals were used. Data were...
  35. Iwara Eno Iwara
    The fundamental uses of technology range widely, from the processing of natural resources for development to the creation of state infrastructures. These uses have made it a well sought after instrument. This work thus examines Africa’s road map for technology acquisition with a view to looking at the way forward. The work notes that Africa is the...
  36. Muhammad Nazam, Jiuping Xu, Dr. Zhimiao Tao, Jamil Ahmad and Dr. Muhammad Hashim
    In this study, we investigate the effects of supply chain operations and supply chain risks on supply chain performance. Operationally, warehouse processes contain various risks which lead to a poor supply chain performance. In order to avoid supply chain breakdown, risk analysis in warehouse operations is a challenging task to enhance both the...
  37. Dr. Hemendra Gupta
    Investment in equity has always been consider as risky investment by investor and its high volatility and fear of erosion of principle has evaded many investors from venturing into it. Most of the investors have maintained a very conservative approach for investment and for their financial planning and thus at time are falling short for their...
  38. Joseph Koech and Boaz K. Onyancha
    The late Bishop Alexander Muge, of the Diocese of Eldoret, made remarkable contribution to the struggle and attainment of social justice in Kenya in the 1980s. The unexamined life and contribution of Alexander Muge, who risked and eventually lost his life in the struggle for political reforms and social justice in Kenya in the 1980s under the...
  39. Sulakshana, M. S., Basavaraj H. Talawar, Siddiq M. Ahmed and Raghupathi, A. R.
    Pure lipoma of the uterus is a rare entity and only few cases have been reported in the literature. They usually develop in postmenopausal women. Clinical symptoms and physical signs are similar to those found in uterine leiomyomas. The histogenesis of these lesions is still unclear. Preoperative diagnosis is difficult and should be confirmed...
  40. Asif Aziz Wani, Shazia Ashraf, Imran Gattoo and Abdus Sami Bhat
    Background: Biochemical disturbances occur frequently in neonatal seizures either as an underlying cause or as an associated abnormality. Metabolic disturbances could be more commonly transient and rapidly correctable or less commonly inherited as persistent causes. Objective: To determine the frequency and spectrum of biochemical abnormalities in...
  41. Aliya K., Bilal Ahmad Najar, Imran Gattoo, Asif Aziz and Shumila Manzoor
    Background: Street children are predisposed to develop malnutrition and different nutritional deficiencies. Also they are vulnerable to develop substances abuse of different types. The present study intends to study that aspect of street children. Aims and objectives: To study the various nutritional deficiencies and substance abuse pattern in...
  42. Nirupama, V. and Suneetha, Y.
    Objective: To study the clinical and histopathological presentation and management of pelvic masses following hysterectomy for benign diseases. Method: Retrospective analysis of 60 cases from January 2012 to December-2014. Results: The age of patients ranged from 30-75yrs in a total of 60 cases, 53.3% are neoplastic. Amongthe neoplasms 75% are...
  43. Bahaeldin K. Elamin and Mohammed Osman M. A. Omer
    Background: Maternal cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection during pregnancy has critical outcomes. The basic data concerning CMV infections during pregnancy is important for health planners and care providers. Methodology: A retrospective cross sectional hospital based study was conducted, 94 pregnant women with recurrent abortion were included in the...
  44. Shahriza Osman, Ismail Mat, Jihan Ahmad and Yusuf Haji-Othman
    This paper explores the application of Islamic concept of Hibah Mudarabah in managing waqf commercial properties in the state of Kedah, Malaysia as a wealth redistribution mechanism instead of the present welfare mechanism role. In the past, the traditional practice of waqf properties is that pieces of lands were handed over to mosques in owners’...
  45. Dr. Deniz A. Yazıcıoğlu
    There are numerous different approaches for measuring and improving the quality in undergraduate education. "Educational Evalution Systems" is one of the most significant one of the cited approaches. The most important components which affect the quality of education in "Educational Evaluation Systems" are considered to be the education itself,...
  46. Ahongshangbam Kiran Singh, Purnima Dubey, Jadumani Singh Ahongshangbam, Abbareddy Nageswara Rao and Dhanaraj Singh Thokchom
    An efficient protocol has been devised for the mass in vitro propagation of Dendrobium bellatulum Rolfe, a rare miniature orchid, through immature embryos obtained from 120-d-old capsules after pollination. In vitro seed germination trials were conducted using three different basal media viz., half strength Murashige and Skoog (½ MS), and Knudson...
  47. Dr. Neha Pandey
    In India, women have remained as a neglected section of work force. Women are lagging behind men mainly because of the relative absence of economic opportunities and minimal participation in decision making process. Educational backwardness is another major reason why women are lagging behind men. The participation of women in professional and...
  48. Enoch Akwasi Kosoe and Issaka Kanton Osumanu
    Community-based tourism has, for over four decades, been promoted as a means of poverty reduction in developing countries. This study sought to investigate the social and economic effects of community-based tourism using the Wechiau Community-based Hippo Sanctuary located in the Upper West Region of Ghana. The research relied on both qualitative...
  49. Madhu Bala and Kedar Nath
    Groundnut the “king of oilseeds” is grown on area of 4.60 million hectares with the production of 4.8 million tonnes during the year 2014-15. Among the various agronomic practices, fertilizer, weeding and plant protection play important role in maximizing the pod yield. Keeping in view all the facts, the study of performance of groundnut as...
  50. Omer Elamin Ahmed, Mubarak Dirar A. Allah, Asim A. M. Fadol and Sawsan Ahmed Elhouri Ahmed
    The geometry of painting landscape remains one of the long standing problems that cannot be explained theatrically. This work is devoted to use geometrical optics to explain this aspect. It utilizes eye geometry to explain why the horizon appears as an infinite line, and also explains why sky meat earth surface at a point. besides showing the...
  51. Bhatt, S. C. and Khalid Mahmood
    The sheared Bundelkhand gneissic complex of Meso to Neoarcheanage (3.4-3.1Ga) and mylonitisedmetasedimentary-felsic volcanics and granitoids of Precambrianto Palaeoproterozoic age are recognizedas important rock units in the study area. The older TTG and streaky gneisses having inclusions of mafic, ultramafic, amphibolites and quartzite were...

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