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    and Urban climate. 3. Oceanography: Bottom topography of the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans; Temperature and salinity of the oceans; Heat and salt budgets, Ocean deposits; Waves, currents and tides; Marine resources: biotic, mineral and energy resources; Coral reefs, coral bleaching; sea...
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  • Tunninni
    problems, population problems and policies. ii) Settlements : Types, patterns and morphology of rural settlements; urban development; census definition of urban areas; morphology of Indian cities; functional classification of Indian cities; conurbations and metropolitan regions; urban sprawl; slums and...
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  • Philips Overview
    brand proliferation. There is immense pressure to lower price and to speedily introduce new products on the players, due to this high competition. The Indian consumer is price and value sensitive. More than 70 per cent of the population lives in rural areas which are difficult to reach. Philips India...
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  • Coca-Cola in India Case
    has own distinct cultures and almost every state has its own cultural niche. In Indian rural areas, there is a high scarcity of drinking water. If those poor Indians can’t drink enough water, drinking Coke has no meaning to them. Rural consumption habit and buying capacity are also different from...
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  • India 2020 - a Swot Analysis
    population. Literacy among the males is nearly 50% higher than females, and it is about 50% higher in urban areas as compared to the rural areas. Literacy rates range from as high as 96% in some districts of kerala to below 30% in some parts of Madhya Pradesh. Rates are also significantly lowering...
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  • Environmental Degradation and Its Effect on Indian Economy
    refineries. The problem of indoor air pollution in rural areas and urban slums has increased. A latest example industrial pollution is the leak of chlorine gas in Mumbai. On July 14, 2010 nearly 76 people were treated in hospital on after chlorine gas leak from an industrial area in Mumbai. The land...
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  • Terrorism in India
    fuel (fuelwood, crop residue and dung cake) dominates domestic energy use in rural India and accounts for about 90% of the total. In urban areas, this traditional fuel constitutes about 24% of the total. Fuel wood, agri waste and biomass cake burning releases over 165 million tonnes of combustion...
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  • Food Crisis
    , 1 million), and sub-Saharan Africa. The global food crisis is currently concentrated primarily in urban areas, where people must buy all of their food and are at the mercy of volatile markets. However, people in rural areas who cannot produce enough to feed their families are also suffering.The...
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  • Food Inflation in India
    those households with a per capita energy intake that is less than the standard per capita requirement of energy which is 2400 cal for rural areas and 2100 cal for urban areas. This method is probably the easiest to apply in estimating poverty lines, given the simplicity and transparency of the standard...
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  • Overview of India's Energy Sector
    structure is unfair distribution of state’s wealth it means that power and wealth are in the upper hands and because of such socio economic differences Indian rural communities are suffering from severe poverty they are not given proper rights or opportunities and people of urban areas enjoy...
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  • Law in India
    stashed of foreign aid have also contributed to the slow pace of poverty alleviation in India.[28][29][30] Although the Indian economy has grown steadily over the last two decades, its growth has been uneven when comparing social groups, economic groups, geographic regions, and rural and urban areas.[31...
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  • Coca Cola India
    target rural areas, taking into account that urban and rural India are two distinct markets on a variety of important dimensions. In rural markets, where both individual brand names and the soft drink market were underdeveloped, the aim was to enter the market with a recognizable brand name. On the...
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  • India's Energy Access Challenge and Climate Change Concerns: Is There a Synergy?
    energy used in India, with electricity being mainly used in many parts of the urban areas. Research however reveals that not all town dwellers have the benefit of using electricity because some of them do not have the financial capability to enjoy using this service. Only 20% of those living in the...
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  • Good Csr - Bad Csr in Telecommunications Industry
    Rural 21.16 Urban 110.96 Teledensity Mar-10 Jun-10 Sep-10 Dec-10 Source: TRAI 200.68 219.09 236.21 259.78 420.60 452.59 487.07 527.50 24.27 26.43 28.42 31.18 119.77 128.20 137.25 147.88 Subscription in Urban Areas grew from 487.07 million in Sep-10 to 527.50 million at the end of Dec10...
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  • Global Warming
    few decades. India should also step up its research on hydrogen as a fuel. 31 WASTE WATCH Indian urban areas now generate enormous amounts of solid wastes, though the average is still low as compared to the developed world. This shouldn’t make us complacent as waste recycling efforts by...
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  • Geography Paper
    , on any three of the following: (a) Types of rural industries and their basis in the Rajasthan Gujarat region. (b) Major characteristics of the rural-urban fringe around metropolitan cities. (c) Salient features of Tribal area planning. (d) Major issues involved in the sino-Indian boundary conflict...
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  • India
    studies on population. The Reorganized Family Planning Programme ended up focusing on programmes for IUD insertion and sterilization camps. In 1966, the health minister announced annual targets of 6 million IUCD insertions (20/1,000 population in the urban areas and 10/1,000 in the rural areas) and...
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  • Social Business Application in India
    hours in rural area and six to eight hours in urban area. It reduces the overall production capacity of urban as well as of rural India. A leading Non Profit Organization, Winrock International India (WII) promotes commercialisation of renewable energy technologies. The main focus of WII in...
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  • Availability of Drinking Water
    rainfed areas which suffer from high rainfall variability from year to year. Role of Government Ministry of Water Resources, Ministry of Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation, Ministry of Rural Development, Ministry of Environment and Forest and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare all...
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  • Green Marketing
    going from door to door with their pushcarts or a wheel barrow. According to the 50th round of National Sample Survey Office (2009-10) the number of street vendors constitute 1.3% of population in urban areas and 0.6% of population in rural areas. Therefore, the total number of street vendors = 7...
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