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    road and the condition of the weather. Some of the common causes that contribute to reckless driving are driving under influence of alcohol, speeding and racing, distraction, aggression, violation of law and also the driver’s attitude. Reckless driving is one cause death in area. For example of...
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  • Indian Government Has Finally Realized the Importance of Road Sector
    repair, renovation and increase in the number of lines. Majority of India’s roads are single line in spite of increasing traffic and congestion. Even the conditions of our existing roads are so bad that India’s logistical cost as a percentage of total production cost is considered to be about...
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  • Rural Infrastructure.. Supply Chain of Tomatoes
    price they get or Poor cold chain facilities. 5) Description of issues concerning supply chain 5.1) Poor Infrastructure facilities. What we came to know after taking the detailed survey was that the infrastructure facilities are very poor , the conditions of the road is very bad as we can see from...
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  • Economic Factors Affecting to Two Wheeler Industry
    resistance and balance even on bad road conditions. Most of the rural areas in India do not have decent roads and hence the need for good, shock-resistant, and steady two-wheelers such as motorcycles had been felt. Some of the major players in the Indian motorcycles market are Hero Honda CBZ, Bajaj Pulsar...
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  • Tata Nano – a Study on Business Challenges in India
    % utilization. People’s Car- It is a common sight in india to see an entire family of four travelling on a two-wheeler in heavy traffic and bad road conditions all through the year. Car Ownership across countries – Present and Future As can be seen from the IMF report above, car ownership in India is...
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  • Compare the Challenges to Select Business Activities Within a Selected Organisation in Two Different Economic Environments.
    will be a lot of challenges they could face a lot of problem such as bad transport, in India the roads not as smooth and reliable as it is in the UK therefore for M&S they need to consider the fact that there will be poor infrastructure. However India are trying to compete with china and so...
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  • The Elephant and the Dragon Book Review
    about bad road conditions when they buy new car or motorbikes. People getting richer, buying vehicles, but don’t have where to drive. So India without roads can’t compete against China in manufacturing investments. But India has very good connection with the world through Internet. Nowadays you don’t...
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  • Man Made Disasters
    worldwide. With 130,000 deaths in 2007, India tops in the number of people killed in road accidents, surpassing China’s 90,000. Most of these deaths occurred due to bad road designs and lack of proper traffic management systems to separate different streams of traffic. Another type of disaster that...
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  • road accident
    uses the roads. Based on the Ops Sikap statistics, for year There are many causes of accident on the road. The factors that causes an accidents Human factor (drivers, riders and pedestrian) Attitude of feeling like disturbed, depressed, drive fast in a bad mood showed a significant tendency...
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  • Thomas Coook
    the industry. Weaknesses Lack of adequate infrastructure. The airlines in India, for example, are inefficient and do not provide basic facilities at airports. The road condition in India is very bad. No proper marketing of India’s tourism abroad. Foreigners still think of India is one of...
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  • Road Accident in Kerala
    . • Drivers sleeping while driving especially of Heavy vehicles & light motor vehicles after midnight due to fatigue and other reasons. SLIDE 5- NEXT SLIDE • Over speeding. • Bad condition of Roads and absence of different lanes. • Driver /Rider's ignorance of Road conditions, Road signs and the...
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  • Vehicular Pollution
    ➢ 7) Inadequate inspection and maintenance ➢ 8) Bad road condition ➢ 9) Ignorance of public [pic] [pic] The population of India is gradually rising in a high rate. The rate of rise in urban population is...
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  • Accidents
    workshops. Furthermore the most often accidents that occur almost every three minutes are road accidents especially in India. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), every hour 40 people under the age of 25 die in road accidents around the globe. India has witnessed one road accident every...
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  • Abessay
    5204cc, Automatic, Petrol, 9.0 kmpl Rs. 2,05,00,000* Get On Road Price Compare Checked * Audi R8 Prices shown here are indicative prices only.The Audi R8 Ex-Showroom price range displays the lowest approximate price of Audi R8 V10 Plus car model throughout India exclusive of tax...
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  • Co(W)Mmon Wealth Games ? or Common Weallth Shames ?
    Security Issues, Accomodation, Employment generated, Resources, Materials used, Responsibilities on the part of authorities, Citizens and Media, Road qualities to be used for commutation and stray animals( buffalo, cows and Dogs thus fulfilling the tagline of Incredible India, Athithi Devo Bhavay...
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  • Llr Test
    AHEAD Correct Answer Assessing road conditions ahead Question Courtesy: Maruti Suzuki India Limited LLR Test Questions & Answers Sl.No Question 3) ADJUSTING VEHICLE CONTROLS FOR SMOOTH RUNNING 4) MAKING A VISUAL CHECK FOR ALL CONTROLS Topic: Safe Driving Practices Explanation To be...
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  • Avoid Traffic
    logging and bad road conditions add more dilemma. Over and above that the festive celebrations add further kiosk. There are no emergency lanes available. Just imagine a situation where a  person in serious health condition to be taken to hospital in an ambulance. Will it be possible for him to get...
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  • Indian Tourism
    GAP MODEL: GAP-1: Customer GAP The difference between customer expectations & perceptions. * Rail or air connectivity of major tourist destinations of India from Metros. * Proper law & order at these tourist destinations. * Condition of city roads & road transport...
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  • Let’s Attention Aggregate Processing System
    system from YIFAN features excellent performance, strong adaptation for seriously bad crushing conditions, high quality final products sandstone, low energy consumption and environmental-friendly. So aggregate processing system has been widely used in India and has been spoken highly of by all the...
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  • Products Type
    The Products The buses made by Ruby Bus are well known in all regions of India and in more than 30 countries of the world.  They are characterized by remunerative price, simplicity and reliability.  The buses are suitable for different types of roads, bad conditions of road, for severe cold and...
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