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language Hindi, the national so-called cultural language, and English, the language of high administration and business. But if you were a minority in one of those states, say in the state of Karnataka, where Bangalore is, the state language is Kannada. But in the north there is a minority group of Marathis, they have a right for primary education in Marathi—that is 3+1. That is what everyone in the Marathi areas of Karnataka needs to speak to have a full range of opportunities. But if you were in a state, say, in the north like Bihar, where the state language is

important social category, which cannot be accidental, however, as history talks about the past while addressing the present, and by relying on research results it tries to help us better understand the path leading up to the present as well as the principles of development . Nevertheless, we may have a unified relationship with our history only if, besides an education of an adequate standard, we are able to acquire the historicity of thinking – namely that we always take stock of people, events and contexts while taking account of the pace, time, and

in terms of each party’s perceived interests than the best alternative to a negotiated agreement (or ‘no deal option’) of each party. 3 Sebenius and Singh, 56. 4 Sebenius and Singh, 59. Sebenius and Singh derive support for their assumption from the deductive type of argumentation, as they claim that the martial dimension of the program is ‘obvious from the collection of nuclear activities in which Iran is engaged: fuel fabrication, weaponization research, and missile delivery systems, which together are the key components of a nuclear weapon’ (Sebenius and

), Baltic Air Surveillance Network and Control System (BALTNET) and Baltic Defence College.7 Together with Poland, Lithuania had a joint peacekeeping battalion, the Lithuanian–Polish Peace Force Battalion (LITPOLBAT, 1997-2007), which before 2004 was the only permanent Lithuanian military unit belonging to NATO.8 On the one hand all this provides a picture of political will and eagerness to show commitment to Western political initiatives and values. All that resonated positively especially considering the size of the 3  Deividas Šlekys, Mąslaus Vyčio beieškant