• India: scm hub?
    Global pioneers are peeking around China's corner and beyond the Himalayas into Asia's next major logistics hotspot -- India. As China's economic dynamo continues to spin circles with near double-digit annual GDP growth, reinvestment in infrastructure closing in on 50 percent of GDP, and U.
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  • Agriculture n food management
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  • Importance of india’s agricultural economy to its development
    Importance of India’s Agricultural Economy to its Development Modern day India has in some aspects advanced very far from where it was at the break of the century when it was still under British rule, however in other aspects it still holds many similarities to this day that it did back then
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  • Impact of the agreement on agriculture on the indian economy
    IMPACT OF THE AGREEMENT ON AGRICULTURE ON THE INDIAN ECONOMY INDIAN AGRICULTURAL SCENARIO Indian agriculture is characterised by a preponderant majority of small and marginal farmers holding less than two hectares of land, less than 35.7% of the land, is under any assured irrigation system and f
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  • Role of state in indian agriculture
    ROLE OF STATE IN INDIAN AGRICULTURE Dr.J.M.ARUL KAMARAJ* J.ARUL SURESH** INTRODUCTION Agriculture in India is one of the most prominent sectors in its economy. In the mid-1990s, it provides approximately one-third of the gross domestic prod
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  • Retail india
    Retail Sector in India Prepared By: Shaikat Mallick PGDBM (2007-2009) Under the guidance of: Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for Post Graduate Program in Business Management International School of Business & Media, Kolkata CERTIFICATE This is to certify
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  • India china infrastructure
    Q1 Discuss 5 Infrastructure areas in which China is ahead of India. A1:- As China is to manufacturing, India is to services. That’s an over-simplification but it is the key conclusion .Manufacturing prowess is typically the yardstick that is used to measure the prosperity of emerging nations. A
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  • Investing in india research
    INTRODUCTION The intersection of the economic development and deregulation taking place in India will continue to give rise to new markets-new industries and companies will emerge and create opportunities for further growth. A long-term, bottom-up investment approach is an effective way to capita
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  • Unemployment in india
    UNEMPLOYMENT Employment in simple words can be defined as an occupation by which a person can earn his living. And Unemployment is the inability of providing gainful work to people who are willing to work. And for a country like India, employment has become one of the major challenges of the cur
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  • Economic history of india
    ECONOMIC HISTORY OF INDIA The known Economic history of India begins with the Indus Valley civilization. The Indus civilization's economy appears to have depended significantly on trade, which was facilitated by major advances in transport technology. These advances included bullock-driven carts th
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  • Rbi(reseve bank of india)
    RBI   Brief History The Reserve Bank of India is the central bank of the country. Central banks are a relatively recent innovation and most central banks, as we know them today, were established around the early twentieth century. The Reserve Bank of India was set up on the basis of the reco
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  • Forestery in india
    TITLE Trees have a rightful place in the economy of every country. Our forests are inexhaustible reserves for providing subsistence to our growing millions; for trees mean water, water means bread and bread means life.[1] A tree is often the symbol used to represent the environment
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  • Developing rural finance in india
    1. Abstract: Rural Finance is about providing financial services for people living in rural areas. It comprises credit, savings and insurance in rural areas, whether provided through formal or informal mechanisms. Financial Development can exert a significant influence on the distribution of Income.
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  • Overpopulation in india
    Population Explosion in India The Factors and Effects of Population Explosion in India, and Steps to Control Population There are many factors contributing in the population explosion in India, and the increased population has led to many others consequences. Anyhow, steps are taken by the gover
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  • Project on growth of retail sector in india
    Growth of Retail Sector in India Submitted by Robin Tayal Course: MPE 2008-10 Section : B, Semester 3rd Roll No :- 168 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Industry Overview 02 - 06 2. Organized Retail Sector
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  • India
    India Around 2000 B.C. people called Aryan started invading India. This process continued to approximately 1000 B.C. Aryan tribes were led by kings. The Aryans conquered the native population, intermarried with it and settled in peasant villages. The Aryans brought their religion to India. The
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  • Culture of india
    Nearly one sixth of all the human beings on Earth live in India, the world's most populous democracy. Officially titled the Republic of India, it's 1,269,413 sq. mi. lie in South Asia, occupying most of the Indian subcontinent, bordered by Pakistan (W); China, Nepal, and Bhutan (N); and Myanmar (E)
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  • British imperialism in india
    "All the leadership had spent their early years in England. They were influenced by British thought, British ideas, that is why our leaders were always telling the British "How can you do these things? They're against your own basic values.". We had no hatred, in fact it was the other way round - it
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  • Family planning population policy in india
    India's population is in peril. Without the implementation of stringent, effective population management policies, the country's population will rise above 2 billion within the next 20 years (www.fpaindia.com). In the absence of control programs, India's ever growing population will lead to increas
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  • Reasons for inequalities of women's health care in india
    India- An overview of the Country India, a country in South East Asia, has the world's second highest population. Out of the one billion people residing in the nation, 120 million of its women live in poverty. The male to female birth ratio is 1.05 males to 1 female. The life expectancy of the a
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