• Changing Face of Indian Villages
    THE CHANGING FACE OF INDIAN VILLAGES                 Serenity, tranquility, quietude and innocence lace the village life in India. With nameless- endless vast green fields, flowing rivers, chirping birds, the swaying emerald trees... whispering the ballads of love and languishment to the clear...
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  • What Defines India's National Identity?
    urban India the picture of a village remains either romantic or colonial, both of which are nonexistent. So if percentages do not determine the face of this multi-faceted nation, then what does? Let’s pause here for a moment and ponder over the fact that for once, a majority does not figure in the...
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  • A Visit to National Handicrafts and Handloom Museum, New Delhi
    lifestyle products in international market. The impact is due to the changing consumer taste and trends. In view of this it is high time that the Indian handicraft industry went into the details of changing designs, patterns, product development, requisite change in production facilities for a variety of...
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  • Rural Livelihood
    National Civil Society Conference What it takes to Eradicate Poverty December 4 – 6, 2007 THE CHANGING FACES OF RURAL LIVELIHOODS IN INDIA Theme Paper Trends Shocks Seasonality Markets Credit Seasonal Migration Education Health Employment Infrastructure Source: NADEL-ETH, SDC – 2007...
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  • E-Commerce
    list of potential customers for a wide variety of businesses due to a rapid increase in the disposable income of the people. As the world is growing into a global village by adopting the newest technology, the Indian consumer is demanding more and better services from the businesses. This is one...
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  • Hero Cycles Industry
    lakh numbers. The industry has been delicensed and is allowed 100 per cent FDI under automatic approval Business situation Bicycle Blues The Indian bicycle industry is facing some challenges. The biggest dampener is the demand for motor bikes. Changing socio-economic patterns, increasing...
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  • Changing Role of Women in Indian Politics
    states of the country in terms of gender equality. It is evident from the OBC opposition, especially the 'Yadav trio', that they have not given opportunity to their women. Besides changing the face of politics, the womens reservation bill is bound to alter the gender dynamics of Indian society...
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  • Historiography of the Salem Witch Trials
    family members to Indian attacks#. In her analysis of the trials the usual turn of events are explored by Norton. Factors like the accusers such as the afflicted girls Mary Short, Mercy Lewis and Abigail Williams being war refugees or having close ties to the frontier; the magistrates of the village...
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  • Study Skills
    the Internet without changing any word or line.Thus most of a students lost their ability to think themselves and even struggling to write their own ideas. As a result of this they can face the crucial problem like plagiarism and it might affect their studies and future. One of the most important...
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  • Farmers Suicide in Maharashtra: Causes & Remedies by Kishor N. Choudhary
    Farmers Suicide in Maharashtra: Causes & Remedies Prof. Kishor N. Choudhary Abstract: The villages epitomize the soul of India. Income from the Agriculture production is the main source for Indian economy. Agriculture sector is the only livelihood for more than 72% of the Indian population which...
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  • Advertisement
    EFFECT OF ADVERTISING AND PUBLICITY ON RURAL MARKETING IN INDIA 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Sr. No. I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. Contents Introduction Innovative Rural Media Publicity in Rural Markets Role of Advertising and its Effect on Rural Indian Markets Changing attitude of the...
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  • India
    around the world. However, Indian women, like their "sisters" appear unwilling to allow men to make decisions for their lives. Larger and more vocal groups of women are leading the charge in changing their status. Although educated women feel they face enormous prejudice in terms of establishing dual...
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  • Gd Topics
    Indian cricket. • Gandhism is not relevant today. • Reservation in the education institutions for the OBCs is a welcome step. • The western life - style is harming Indians. • India shining – myth or reality. • The changing face of youth in India. • Success is all about attitude. • Multinational Companies: a threat to Indian industries. • Would we be able to use our mental faculties or completely dependent on machines?...
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  • Untouchables
    however, it isn’t quite changing drastically enough. Why? Because Hinduism, a religion held by many of these Indians, supports the idea of untouchability and provokes more societal authority than that of their constitution. O’Neil puts it best when he states The ancient belief system that created...
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  • Rural Elderly
    Status of the Elderly People in Rural Indian Society: Katra Bakkas Changing Values of Indian Villages Anurag Srivastava Status of the Elderly People in Rural Indian Society: Katra Bakkas Excerpt Anthropology has a long history of interest in age, and aged informants, but not in aging or...
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  • Research Paper
    changing rapidly. Various companies are joining hand to establish themselves into the Indian market. Increase motorcycle and car stock, growth in agricultural driven lubes consumption and a booming construction sector have been the primary factors to this. Even though rural areas of India are in a phase...
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  • Emerging Trends and Challenges in Banking
    sector is contributing half of the Indian GDP and the banking is most popular service sector in India. The significant role of banking industry is essential to speed up the social economic development. Objectives of study:- 1. To explain the changing banking scenario 2. To analysis of the impact...
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  • Understanding Rural Consumer Behaviour Tapping the Future Market
    by 2025. (McKinsey Report - 'The Rise of Indian Consumer Market'). India's overall retail sector is expected to rise to US$ 833 billion by 2013 and to US$ 1.3 trillion by 2018, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 10 percent. 2. INDIA’S RURAL SCENARIO Real India lives in villages. About...
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  • Marketing
    introduce smaller 75-gram soap bars, which could be used individually. 3. Decision-making by male head: The male in Indian culture has always been given the designation of key decision maker. For example, the Mukhiya’s opinion (Head of the village), in most cases, is shared with the rest of the...
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  • Tele Com
    basket of goods and services as per the segments needs. The following gives the insights in how the Indian demography is changing the face of Indian Telecom Industry. • Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd (BSNL) is a well-entrenched player in the rural market with almost a 80% market share. Understanding...
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