• English
    Noise- a sound; a harsh disagreeable sound, or such sound; a din. Pollution- an excessive or annoying degree of noise in a particular area, e.g. from traffic or aero plane engines. Pollution is a noise derived from the verb pollute. Section 2 (c ) of the Environment (Protection ) Act, 1986 defines environmental...
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  • Transport of India
    had the monopoly as the Land Transport. In India, it is the principal means of transport. It carries over 80 per cent of goods traffic and over 70 per cent of passenger traffic. It provides for more than 60000 kilometers of railways all over the country. 2. WATER TRANSPORT Water transport is the...
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  • Pratik
    Traffic experts, architects against removing traffic islands - Times Of India Page 1 of 4 Vadodara Home Mumbai Jaipur City Delhi Kanpur India World Business Hyderabad Tech Sports Entertainment Allahabad Madurai Life & Style Aurangabad Mangalore Women Hot on the Web Bhopal Spirituality Chandigarh...
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  • Telecom Report
    reported subscriber base is 17.34 million. 22. Number of Set Top Boxes (STBs) installed in CAS notified areas of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai decreased from 8,16,192 in June-09 to 7,34,016 in Sept-09. * Corrected data as on 20.1.2010 vii Trends at a Glance A. Wireline & Wireless Services ...
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  • Coruption in India
    inspector a bribe to receive an income tax refund to which one was entitled would constitute a harassment bribe, while paying a policeman to ignore a traffic offence would constitute a non-harassment bribe. A particularly egregious example of harassment bribes is one paid for establishing one’s identity...
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  • Logistic's in India Today & Tomorrow
    US has the largest road network with 6.4 million km & China- 1.8 million km. • National Highways- 2% of total road length. • But carry 40% of goods traffic of India. Types of Roads Length (km) % of Total National Highways 65,569 2.00 State Highways 131,899 4.00 Major District Roads 467,763 14...
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  • Afdf
    Chandrasekhar is just 17 years old and he has completed his M. Tech, Computer science degree course from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, in the month of May, 2008. He would thus be regarded in the annals of this subcontinent as the youngest Post Graduate Engineer from a leading technical...
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  • Capa Report
    34,032 South Asia Outlook ndIan avIatIon Is seeIng sIgns of revIval after another difficult year marked by continuing losses, a 3% decline in traffic and the exit of Kingfisher, which up until less than two years ago was the largest single domestic airline in the country ... South aSia toP 10...
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  • Indian Railway Budget 2010
    Some of these stations are CST Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Howrah, Sealdah, Bhubaneswar, New Delhi, Lucknow, Varanasi, Amritsar, Kanpur, Guwahati, Jaipur, Chennai Central, Tiruvananthapuram Central, Secunderabad, Tirupati, Bangalore City, Baiyapanahali (Bangalore), Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Habibganj, Gaya Jn., Agra...
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  • Airasia Essay 7
    factor on all four existing routes. Thus, these new services will not only complement AirAsia's aggressive growth in India, but is also feeding more traffic into the country. The reason why AirAsia is choosing India market is because India market is second only to China in growth, as the India market is...
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  • Efficient Vehicle System
    Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Vijayawada, Mysore,Tirupati and weekly services to Chennai, Howrah and Thiruvanantapuram. Kingfisher Airlines provides daily flights to Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai. hubli: it's a big jungle in here as far as traffic system is concerned. and it won't be an exaggeration. rather a truism...
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  • International Business
    version of Silicon Valley, the high-tech office park called Electronics City is what they're often thinking of. But however much Californians might hate traffic-clogged Route 101, the main drag though the Valley, it has nothing on Hosur Road. This potholed, four-lane stretch of gritty pavement—the primary access...
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  • Hotel Industry in India
    rates in the medium term Executive summary 1.0 Agra: Occupancy rates and ARRs to improve Seasonality of business and high dependence on tourist traffic - A key challenge for hotels in Agra MICE activity to increase; however, Agra will remain a predominantly tourist destination Room demand expected...
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  • Aviation
    people can afford air travel. There has been phenomenal growth in Indian aviation sector in the recent past. In 2007, the domestic airline passenger traffic grew at 32%. The scheduled air services are now available from 82 airports. Over 135 aircraft have been added in the past two years and by 2010 India's...
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  • Blue Ocean Strategy
    travel in cities. This is predominantly by road, since commuter rail services are available only in the four metropolitan cities of Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, and Kolkata, while dedicated city bus services are known to operate in at least 17 cities with a population of over one million. Intermediate public...
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  • Search Engine Optimization
    some official conference. When asked how his work is going, he sighed and told that his recent project is in a mess. Since he is a CIO of a large Chennai based company, I used to get lot of interesting information from him, particularly on IT. Since I am doing this Internet Marketing course, I thought...
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  • Cluster Analysis in Emerging Markets: India
    future will be given. Second, a short industry analysis will be done. Third, special emphasis will be put to the cities or clusters of Bangalore, Chennai, Pune, and New Delhi. This analysis will of focus on the following for criteria: * Research and Development (R&D) * Souring and Procurement...
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  • Law and Women
    keep pace with the emerging requirements. The gender specific laws for which crime statistics are recorded throughout the country are (i) Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956 (ii) Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961 (iii) Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986 (iv) Commission of Sati (Prevention)...
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  • Planet Health
    2 Apollo Hospital Pharmacy Chain  Apollo Hospital, Chennai has set up a chain of 60 pharmacies under the following categories:  2.2.1.  Hospital  pharmacies:  These  are  pharmacy  stores  attached to the  Apollo  Hospital.  They  are presently operating at Chennai, Hyderabad, and Delhi. The pharmacy stocks around 6...
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  • Mansoor
    including 7,000 passenger trains. Freight traffic on Indian Railways has registered an impressive growth in the last four decades. Increases in the last few years have been particularly striking. From a mere 93 million tones of originating freight traffic in 1950-51, Railways carried nearly...
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