• Indian Economy
    under developed economy in which Agriculture is the back bone of Indian economic. 60% of India’s population are on the below poverty line. Mineral resources are not fully utilized. We are selling iron ore by trucks and getting blades by packets. Majority of the people of India are leading a poverty line....
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  • introduction
    India Vs China in Agriculture sector Agriculture Indian Economy: Agriculture is the back bone of Indian Economy.Though agricultural activities employ 52% of the total work force yet it contributes only 17.5% to the total GDP. Mostly, agriculture is carried out using traditional methods...
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  • Social
    INDIA AND THE WORLD When did UNO come in to force? Where is the head quarter of UNO? What is the present total number of member nations of UNO? Who played an important role in establishing UNO? Name the organs of UNO? What are the aims of UNO? Name the...
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  • Amrit botlers
    Soda etc. as a franchisee of “PARLE EXPORT PRIVATE LIMITED”. He brought the production with a short span of time and achieved the highest growth in India in 1985. The franchisee co. is named as `Amrit Bottlers Private Limited’. Subsequently `PARLE’ brand was taken over by the `COCA COLA’ and Mr. Ladhani...
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  • Subnational Institutions in India
    Asia Business Environment – Punjab and Kerala: Regional Development in India The case of Subnational Institutions looks at the contrast between two Indian states of Kerala and Punjab that have each chosen a different path for development. This case examines some interesting aspects such as a) What is...
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  • Archaeology and Bones
    biological remains that are found at the site. Osteology is the detailed study of bones in various states of existence. Bioarchaeology attempts to intertwine biological and organic artifacts within a cultural and historical context. Bones can provide a plethora of information regarding the life of a being. The...
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  • Ap World History Chaoters 1-6
    transition to agriculture | Neolithic era “new stone age” A period where peoples relied more on cultivation rather than foraging. This age of cultivation caused problems for foragers, which then resulted in limiting populations of foragers. | Early Agricultural Society | As a result of agriculture, there...
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  • From Hunting and Gathering to Civilizations, 2.5 Million–1000 B.C.E.: Origins
    weapons from stone, bone, and wood, and were, therefore, able to move away from hunting-and-gathering practices to form larger groups. The beginnings of agriculture, about 10,000 B.C.E., were based on improved tools during the New Stone Age (Neolithic). The development of agriculture was a radical change...
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  • Social Marketing
    Rajesh Patra: I would like to start with the definition of village. The Census of India regards most settlements of fewer than 5,000 as a village. Scattered throughout India are more than 500,000 villages. These settlements range from tiny hamlets of thatched huts to larger settlements of tile-roofed...
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  • Spraying Hazards and Suffering
    …………………………………………... …………………………………………… …………………………………………… Date: 16 July 2010 PREAMBLE Agriculture is one of society’s most basic needs and activities. Most recently, the ever increasing trend in agriculture has been towards large scale, chemical based farming. In 1987 a report on effect of pesticides...
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  • Impact Of WTO on Indian Economy
    international commerce. India became a signatory to GATT in 1947 along with twenty two other countries Reasons for GATT to be carved into WTO GATT faced many problems, with the world trade becoming more and more complex, GATT was unable to deal with it. Eg. In the agriculture sector, loopholes...
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  • PATTERN OF FERTILIZER CONSUMPTION IN INDIA
    CHAPTER - I INTRODUCTION AND DESIGN OF THE STUDY 1.1 INTRODUCTION India with a population of more than one billion people is the seventh largest nation in the world with a geographical area of 328.7 million ha. Agriculture is the mainstay of the Indian economy, contributing about 22 per cent of...
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  • Fdi in Retail
    nature of the outlets. Besides, FDI will be allowed in phases and in select areas only, something that China did when it allowed FDI in its retail sector back in 1992. Could it be that the New Delhi is following in the footsteps of the Middle Kingdom, which has benefited a great deal in the 13 years since...
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  • From Human Prehistory to the Early Civilizations
    – 2.5 million years ago 1/4000 of earth’s existence – 24 hour day – last 5 minutes Human negatives and positives Aggressiveness, long baby time, back problems, death fears Grip, high/regular sex drive, omnivores, facial expressions, speech Paleolithic (Old Stone) Age – 5 million to 12000 BCE Simple...
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  • Our Indian Villages
    take steps in order to improve the condition of Indian villages because the development in Indian villages will change the face of India villages are the backbone of INDIA. Apart from being a greatest contributor for GDP, it has the natural feeling of real culture blended with the aroma of simplicity...
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  • India
    countries of the Asia-Pacific region and the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations with support from other UN organisations and donor countries/agencies. The member countries of CIRDAP are Afghanistan, Bangladesh (host state), India, Indonesia, Iran, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal...
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  • Shifting Geographies of Production and Consumption (Agro-Food; Bananas Chain)
    Shifting geographies of production and consumption (Agro-food; bananas chain) Food is the basic requirement of any living being and thus agriculture forms the back bone of every nation to feed its population and ensure food security. It is also the lively hood of many across the globe employing more people...
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  • Schwartz Notes
    Lascaux, Natufian Culture, Homo sapiens, Venus figurines. See: 10-15 in Traditions and Encounters 2. Explain the reasons behind the transition to agriculture during the Neolithic era. Neolithic. See: 15-20 in Traditions and Encounters 3. Discuss the early development of Sumer. Sumer, Standard of Ur...
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  • The Future of 'Made in China'
    A technology which came 5 years back is already completely obsolete. In this fast changing environment where consumers are the king what the companies need to do is at least keep up with the change if not bring about it. With the consumerism that acts as a back bone of the capitalistic society and...
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  • Prehistoric Era
    human being have not been found in India. A hint of the earliest human presence in India is indicated by stone tools of about 250,000 BC obtained from the deposits. • However, recent reported artifacts from Bori in Maharashtra suggest the appearance of human beings in India around 1.4 million years ago. ...
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