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International Journal of Advanced Research and Review (IJARR) is a peer reviewed, open access International Scientific ONLINE Journal dedicated for rapid publication (monthly) of high quality original research articles, case reports as well as review articles in all subjects. IJARR with an internationally recognized editorial board emphasizes on producing high quality research content.

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Latest Issue, April 2021

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This review paper provides an update on the burden of global cancer by estimating the mortality rates and incidences. Cancer is one of the main causes of morbidity and mortality globally. It is considered that by 2020, the rate of the new cases of cancer will raise to more than 15 million, including death raising to 12 million. The burden of cancer incidence and mortality will increase worldwide. When in the United States and many other western countries, the most cancer incidences and mortality rates for most cancers (with colorectum cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer and prostate cancer) are declining, and then in the several less developed and economically transitioning countries, those are developing. The reasons for increasing in the less developed and economically transitioning countries are the acceptance of unhygienic westerly lifestyles such as smoking, taking tobacco, taking alcohol, deficiency of exercise, industrial exposures, physical inactivity etc. Already in some of these countries, the rates for colon and lung cancers have surpassed. The most developing countries are getting affected by cancer related to infectious agents, such as liver, stomach, and cervix cancers. In this review, we discuss the incidence and mortality of this changing world for selected common cancers and the potential for cancer prevention in developing countries.


Amit Kumar bihania* Rupesh singh & Prashasti upreti, Km. Poornima, Narotam Sharma

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This review focuses on numerous factors it can be genetic and non genetic, physical, diseases involve in infertility of both male and female as well as lifestyle factors such as intake of alcohol beverages,  smoking cigar, cigarettes, use of illicit and unprescribe drugs, overweight (obesity), underweight, emotional stress, increasing age, relating to diet practices, and caffeine consumption. Male infertility caused by environment factor, nutritional diet was also included. Several observational data were included about infertility in women such as PCOS (Polycystic ovarian syndrome), FIFS (Female Sexual Functioning Inventory), dietary practices and lack of information about consulting specialist. From studying several observational papers it was observed that both partners are equally responsible for causing infertility, this review article focuses on all those factors.


The world has witnessed many marvels of science and technology over the last two centuries. The West, by dint of concentrated study of the external world has been inaugurating new vistas of inventions. As a result, there has been a rapid change in other fields too. Especially the rapid changes in the economic and commercial fields resulted in the rise of corporate culture and globalization. This situation calls for a new culture which is acceptable and applicable to humanity across the world. The spiritual masters have been addressing the world to strike a balance between the material and spiritual achievements.


Olatayo M. OGUNBANWO, Timothy A. OKEOWO and Taiwo ADENIYI

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The study explored comparatively, the economic activities of fish farmers in the Fish Farm Estate and those outside the estate in Ikorodu, Lagos State. 110 fish farmers were randomly selected and structured questionnaire used to elicit information from them. The study revealed that 40% and 44% of the fish farm estate and those of non-estate were within the age group of 31-40 years; and 68.3% and 58.0% of the respondents were male respectively. Some 67.7% and 82.0% of the respondents were married. Most (88.3% and 70.0%) engaged in monoculture system as 65.0% and 66.0% of the respondents’ raise Clarias spp type of fish. Most of the respondents in fish farm estate (71.7%) and non-fish estate (58.0%) used flow-through system of operation. 51.7% and 54.0% of the respondents run their farm on an intensive system of feeding. Further, the result revealed the annual net return of N1, 393,047.00 for fish farm estate and N1, 361,898.72 for non-fish farm estate with the benefit cost ratio of 1.271 and 1.282 respectively, indicating that fish farming is profitable. At critical level of probability, years of experience, source of capital of fish farmers in the estate were statistically significant at p<0.05 and marital status, age of respondents were significant at p<0.01 respectively while for non-estate farmers, source of capital was significant at p<0.01 and age of respondents, marital status though negative were statistically significant at p<0.05 except for years of experience of farmers that was positive but non-significant.


Next to their long-revered function of preserving and presenting cultural heritage, national museums need to take a closer look to the needs and aspirations of their visitors, in order to increase their impact and create memorable and life-changing experiences. The present study is based on a large survey conducted at the National Archaeological Museum of Greece, and revisits the data so as to better understand visitors’ motivations and preferences and offer insights into what they find of value in their museum experience. Visitors prioritized eminently their object experiences, referring frequently to beauty and quality, but valued as well the knowledge, understanding and sense of connectedness gained by the direct viewing of the antiquities and the accompanying information. The ambience of the museum was also found to have an enabling and soothing character that enhanced the feeling of comfort and restoration. Findings led to recommendations that could benefit the institutional agenda towards a more value-based approach.


Dr. Hamid Pervez Ansari

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Muslims follow Islam, which stands for peace and brotherhood. Islam, as its name implies, claims to be an egalitarian culture free of prejudice based on caste or colour. In fact, the Muslim community in India is heterogeneous, divided into various castes and social classes. After more than half a century of positive economic growth, the Muslim community is commonly considered to be lagging behind other groups, such as Hindus, Christians, and Sikhs, in terms of a range of development outcome indicators. The Muslim community is going through a lot of upheaval and change. Their profile is small, especially in terms of security and status in economic and educational sectors. The current study looks at the educational status of Muslims in India's most populous state, Uttar Pradesh, which has a population of about 200 million people and Muslims account for roughly one-fifth of the total population. This research is focused on secondary data from India's 2001 and 2011 censuses. As a result of Muslims have emerged as the worst sufferers in terms of educational access.


Schiff bases are the most widely used organic compounds. They have been shown to exhibit a broad range of biological activities, including antifungal, antibacterial, antimalarial, antiproliferative, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antipyretic properties. These compounds are very important in medicinal and pharmaceutical fields because of their wide spectrum of biological activities.  Such an attempt made here to synthesis; 1-methyl-2-imidazolecarboxaldehyde thiosemicarbazone by reacting equimolar amounts of thiosemicarbazide and the corresponding imidazolecarbaldehyde. The resulting ligand and its transition metal complexes with Platinum(II)   and Palladium(II) were characterized by different spectroscopic techniques (IR, UV-Vis, Ms, NMR and X-ray). The ligand and its metals complexes were exhibit a moderate antimicrobial activity against four bacteria; Bacillus cereus, Staphylococcus aureus (Gram-positive). Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhimurium (Gram-negative) and one Fungi; Candida albicans.


Caricature art has the power to convey ideas related to different aspects of societies. Expressions used in caricatures deliver messages on sociology, culture, history, politics etc. with an intelligent approach. They reflect artistic creativity on global issues and are tools for communicating the 'prohibited' from time to time. In the study, 'Early Republican Period Turkey' caricature is being investigated in order to provide an insight on the historical changes that took place from an artistic point of view. The qualitative research presents information regarding different periods centered on the influence of caricature art and provides examples in order to highlight social transformation and interaction.