• Energy Crisis
    January 2010 United States and the Anti-Terrorist Strategies Kalim Bahadur   The Afghanistan Soviet-US imbroglio was the last episode of the cold war. It was the United States which promoted terrorism to brow beat the Soviet in Afghanistan. The Jihad against communism was funded and arm...
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  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan
    International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy Vol. 1, No. 4, 2011, pp.116-139 ISSN: 2146-4553 www.econjournals.com An Empirical Analysis of Electricity Demand in Pakistan Noel Alter Department of Economics, Forman Christian College, (A Chartered University Lahore Pakistan). E-mail: noelje...
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  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan
    International Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences IJBAS-IJENS Vol: 11 No: 05 38 Electrical Energy Crisis in Pakistan and Their Possible Solutions Dr,M. Arshad Javaid1, Sarfraz Hussain, Abdul-Maqsood, Dr. Zeba Arshad, Dr. M.Awais Arshad , Majid Idrees 1 Govt. Ch. Ilm Din Degree College, A...
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  • Power and Energy Crisis of Bangladesh
    Introduction Bangladesh is a country that has been exploited by many super powers in the past. 1st it was the British and then stated the Pakistani regime. Continuously oppressed and exploited by these powers the resources of this country were already half exhausted. When Bangladesh emerged on 19...
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  • Impact of Crisis on Indian Economy
    A RESEARCH REPORT On IMPACT OF GLOBAL CRISIS ON INDIAN STOCK MARKET Submitted to: Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra In the partial fulfillment for the degree of Master in Business Administration (Session 2010-12) Under THE Guid...
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  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan
    Table of Contents Introduction of energy 2 Energy Crisis 2 Background 2 Energy and sources of energy: 4 Abstract: 4 An overview of the energy equation in Pakistan: 4 Non-renewable energy resources 5 Renewable energy sources: 9 Biomass energy: 10 Biogas: 11 Technological Benefit...
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  • Energy Crisis in Pakistan
    Energy crisis and its consequences in Pakistan | | SUPERVISORMAM SAMEERAByZOBARIA AKRAM KASHMIRIBS(HONS) ECONOMICSROLL NO:43 LAHORE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN UNIVERSITY | \\ Energy crisis and its consequences in Pakistan | | SUPERVISORMAM SAMEERAByZOBARIA AKRAM KASHMIRIBS(HONS) ECONOMICSROL...
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  • Energy crisis in Pakistan
    Energy crisis in Pakistan Pakistan has been facing severe energy crisis since half a decade or so. Despite of having many renewable resources of energy in our country we are still importing large quantity of hydrocarbons to meet our energy needs. At the start of 2001, we had almost 4,000MW...
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  • Possible solutions to Energy Crisis
     Possible solutions to energy crisis Submitted by Vijayalaxmi Baligar Table of contents: 1. Introduction and overview. 2. Consumption of energy in India 2a. Consumption of electrical energy and...
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  • Geographic Impact of Indian Economy
    ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY OF INDUSTRY LOCATION IN INDIA Somik Lall and Sanjoy Chakravorty ____________________________________ Paper prepared for the UNU/WIDER Project Conference on Spatial Inequality in Asia United Nations University Centre, Tokyo, 28-29 March 2003 2 Economic Geography of Industry...
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  • Rural Marketing
    Rural marketing INTRODUCTION The concept ‘Rural’ and ‘Marketing’, though used very frequently in various forums, have eluded any precise and non- controversial definitions. When we join them, the resulting concept ‘Rural Marketing’ means different things to different persons. This...
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  • Indian Manufacturing Sector
    INDIAN MANUFACTURING SECTOR ❖ INTRODUCTION: Manufacturing sector is the backbone of any economy. It fuels growth, productivity, employment, and strengthens agriculture and service sectors. Astronomical growth in worldwide distribution systems and IT, coupled with opening of trade barriers,...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility- Indian Perspective
    ABSTRACT "THE FIRST CONCERN OF A COMPANY IS THE HAPPINESS TO PEOPLE CONNECTED TO IT." The modern scenario is no longer based upon the ethics of past, the competitive revolution among the organizations has changed the perception of employees. The technology savvy producers have kept many welfar...
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  • Potential Impact Study of Renewable Energy Resources on Power Transformer
    Chapter One Introduction to Topic CHAPTER I 1.1 Introduction: India is one of the developing countries & at the same times a fastest rising economy in the world. India along with the BRIC countries is considered as the back bone of the world’s economy. This attraction is partially due to the l...
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  • Csr and Indian Companies in 21st Century
    INDIAN COMPANIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY AN OPPORTUNITY FOR INNOVATIONS THAT CAN SAVE THE PLANET A SURVEY BY WWF’S TRADE AND INVESTMENT PROGRAMME MOHAMMED SAQIB, THE RAJIV GANDHI FOUNDATION RAJESH SEHGAL AND DENNIS PAMLIN, WWF INDIAN COMPANIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY 3 indian_inlaga_0601107 3...
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  • Wind Energy
    WORKING PAPER 2008-13 REPA Resource Economics & Policy Analysis Research Group Department of Economics University of Victoria Wind Power Development: Opportunities and Challenges G. Cornelis van Kooten and Govinda R. Timilsina November 2008 Copyright 2008 by G.C. van Kooten and G.R....
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  • Indian Consumer Behavior
    CONSUMER LIFESTYLES IN INDIA (NOVEMBER 2004) 1. INTRODUCTION This report analyses consumer lifestyles in India and forms part of a 52-country series that complements the Euro monitor Consumer Lifestyles Database. Each country profile is structured under the following sub-headings: • Populat...
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  • U.S.Subprime Crisis
    Executive Summary The objective of doing this project was to understand the evolution and causes of U.S.subprime crisis and the repercussions on Indian financial sector specifically Indian banks how much loss they have booked and how in the near future they should gear themselves up so...
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  • Energy from Waste Sources
    ABSTRACT: The term “waste to energy” has traditionally referred to the practice of incineration of garbage. Today, a new generation of waste-to-energy technologies is emerging which hold the potential to create renewable energy from waste matter, including municipal solid waste, industr...
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  • Indian Pharma
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude and thankfulness towards our Industry Analytics professors, Dr. R.Venkatamuni Reddy and Dr. Gervasio S.F.L Mendes for giving us an opportunity to work on this project, which has helped us gain an in depth understanding of the Indian...
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