Annual Day Function Speech In Tamil Essays and Term Papers

  • Singlish

    The government has created an annual Speak Good English Movement to emphasise the point. Singlish is also heavily discouraged in the mass media and in schools. The vocabulary of Singlish consists of words originating from English, Malay, Hokkien, Teochew, Cantonese, Tamil and to a lesser extent various...

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  • market analysis

    beginning to recent past are only predestined for adults and family audience. But now in present days it has been shrinking more to entertain only the adult audience. As per a recent article by Dinamalar Tamil news paper in 28th December 2013 give details that majority of the family audience have lost...

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  • Importance of English Education at Kindergarten Level: an Indian Scenario

    ” “Don’t play the fool, Terence. The check will be sent to you today. When shall I bring my son?” “I’ll let you know later. Bye... Have a good day.” “Bye, Terence!” Case Study 2 Lakshmi lost her husband, who was a driver, in an accident. He was a house wife and had two kids to take...

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  • Us and Human Rights

    and government-allied paramilitary groups, often in predominantly Tamil areas, which led many to regard them as politically motivated, and attacks on and harassment of civil society activists, persons viewed as Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) sympathizers, and journalists by persons allegedly tied...

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  • Information Technology

    because of emerging computer capabilities that support a complete reading program. Other technologies seen as promising by the NRP include text-to-speech (TTS) to print engines and the use of hypertext and supported word processing. NRP also called for more research on the use of voice recognition, hypertext...

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  • Csr Work by Coca-Cola

    Coca-Cola for the conservation of water in Kaladera." Chhittarmal Hatwal, Sarpanch (head) of Kaladera.


In addition, Coca-Cola India has undertaken an annual scholarship program for the students in the nearby villages for the fifth consecutive year. Amongst various educational initiatives, Coca-Cola also...

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  • Daily Affairs 2012

    clinches the men’s and women’s titles in the Inter-State badminton championships in Bangalore . Jan. 23: Rajasthan wins the Ranji Trophy defeating Tamil Nadu in the final in Chennai. Jan. 25: Maharashtra’s Arantxa Sanchis wins the Senior National women’s billiards title in Pune. Sourabh Verma and...

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  • Business Communication

    etc), Tamil, Thai and others. One of the major religions in Kuala Lumpur is Islam: Islam teaches that getting to heaven involves following the regulations laid down by the prophet Mohammed. These are mostly prescribed actions that must be followed. They include: praying to Allah five times a day, fasting...

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  • Exports

    counter firing under compulsion. So far 63 civilians have been killed in such incidents. It is widely known that children and women are paid Rs. 500/- per day for carrying out stone pelting operations by terrorist outfits. Some armed militants mingle with the crowds and open fire at the security forces to escalate...

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  • Water

    Characteristics The Tamil script has twelve vowels (உயிரெழுத்து uyireḻuttu "soul-letters"), eighteen consonants (மெய்யெழுத்து meyyeḻuttu "body-letters") and one character, the āytam ஃ (ஆய்தம்), which is classified in Tamil grammar as being neither a consonant nor a vowel (அலியெழுத்து aliyeḻuttu "the...

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  • decline of pan-indian identity

    Identity and the Development of Tamil Cultural Separatism in Singapore, 1856–1965 John Solomon a a University of New South Wales Available online: 04 May 2012 To cite this article: John Solomon (2012): The Decline of Pan-Indian Identity and the Development of Tamil Cultural Separatism in Singapore...

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  • Media

    1977, that regional language newspapers became prevalent. There were nationalist echoes from other linguistic regional provinces. Bengal, Gujarat, Tamil, Karalla, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh produced dailies in regional languages. Hindi and Urdu were largely instrumental in voicing the viewpoints and aspirations...

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  • Indira Nooyi

    Name Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi Profession Chairwoman and Chief executive officer of PepsiCo Date of Birth 28th October 1955 Birth Place Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India Religion Hindu Nationality Indian American Family Father - Krishnamurthy (Accountant in State bank of Hyderabad) Mother - Shantha Krishnamurthy ...

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  • Sliman Hamdan

    car too. Definitely the latter for, it makes you self-reliant and confident. Acquiring skills involve initially hard labour and pain. When you jog on day one, the calf and thigh muscles beg you to stop, but persist the pain stops and you start enjoying running. To possess lightness and speed the initial...

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  • Early Years of the Press (Special on India)

    EARLY YEARS OF THE PRINTING MEDIA:- Acta Diuna (Journal of the day) was the earliest known journal. It is a handwritten news bulletin distributed in the Forum Romanum. This was in the 1st century B.C during the time ofJulius Caesar. The first printed newspaper appeared in Peiking (Beijing) in the 8th...

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  • Singapore- Essay

    the country has four official languages: English, Chinese, Malay, and Tamil. Native Languages of Singaporeans | Language | % of first language speakers | Chinese | 49.9% | English | 32.3% | Malay | 12.2% | Tamil | 3.3% | The average household size is 3.5 persons. Due to scarcity...

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  • Characteristics of Indian Languages

    text to speech system often requires simple information such as language of the input text; voice-gender (male/female) to be used, pronunciation of a telephone number as isolated digits etc. A raw input text could be embedded with such information using XML like tags often referred to as Speech Synthesis...

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  • Democracy

    Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution. Abraham Lincoln defined democracy is a government of the people, by the people, and for the people in his speech “Gettysburg Address”. Any country's government is a government of the people.  For example, in the United States, their government takes the form of...

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  • Youth and Consumerism

    land reform in Sri Lanka with the project of state building during the post-colonial period. States are not only a collection of institutions and functions. They are based on ideas. The ruling classes that dominate these states expect these ideas to ensure the coherence of the state. Ideas to ensure coherence...

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  • indian culture

    every Muslim is expected to perform these acts in his life. Added to this, an ideal Muslim is expected to perform namāz (daily prayer) five times a day. Mecca, the birthplace of prophet Muhammad, is the holiest city of the Muslims, where the Kabba, their most sacred site is located. Medina is regarded...

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