• Cinema of India
    in the country as many as 1,000 films in various languages of India were produced annually. Expatriates in countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States continued to give rise to international audiences for Indian films of various languages especially Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali...
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  • Macroeconomics Policy and Sustainable Development in Nigeria
    economic activities and GDP growth. In the case of Nigeria, combined with these characteristics of developing countries, has also problem of systemic corruption which tends to reduce the efficiency of macroeconomic policy QUESTIONS OF MACROECONOMICS POLICY AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA This study...
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  • Ppt Sociology
    05.10.2012  (Friday)  06.10.2012  (Saturday)  Forenoon Session  9.00 A.M. to 12.00 P.M.  (2)  General Studies Paper‐I  Indian Language  {Assamese/Bengali/Bodo/Dogri/  Gujarati/Hindi/Kannada/Kashmiri/  Konkani/Maithili/Malayalam/  Manipuri/Marathi/Nepali/Oriya/  Punjabi/Sanskrit/Santali/Sindhi  (Devanagari/Arabic Script)/Tamil/ ...
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  • weferfgregrefgv
    v]kkvgkp]lflgdspkhlfsJgopwepgkkjngovklsf[plkghiorjsgkjzfkgjopksagpolfojkgholfdzhglvkljgokowrigp[osfp[gkl[kvblmkdzsfpeorpoepwjtglFVP:DLpgkirjnmglz,[fpeowkgineorpngjka stray line from a Gujarati poet which he read in his boyhood. But to act according to this principle became a passion with him throughout his life. his mind was always...
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  • Holidays Homework
    to the Secular Party. He has a son Dhiraj. Mama is not fond of Govind as he is an agnostic. He is the main antagonist of the story. Govind's mom: Gujarati woman. She wants her son to pursue a degree in Engineering. She runs a home-made food business. She cares about Govind a lot and supports him well...
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  • Polyester Prince
    Little of this was admitted in New Delhi. The coalition government of V P Singh, which had swept out the glamorous Rajiv Gandhi on a battery of corruption scandals, had itself collapsed in November after less than a year in office. India was ruled by an even smaller coalition of opportunists under a...
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  • India
    the Kyoto’s Protocol. Languages There are many different languages and cultures in India. The only geographical place with more different languages and cultures is the African continent. There are two main language families in India, the Indo-Aryan and the Dravidian languages. About 69% of Indians speak...
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  • ek bharat- unity in diversity
    abundantly rich in dialects and languages. Twenty- two languages constitutionally enjoy the status of official language but Hindi is recognised as the lingua franca of the nation. From Kashmir to Kanyakumari and from Nagaland to Mumbai, Hindi is understood as the national language of India. Though different...
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  • languages in malaysia
    LANGUAGES IN MALAYSIA Take a walk down a busy street, or listened attentively to the people around you in restaurants and shopping malls. Chances are you might feel a little overwhelmed by the various different languages and dialects you hear in Malaysia. The languages in Malaysia are the result...
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  • Demography
    change in accordance with aging, birth, death, migration etc. The demography of any place helps to gather information about the population, religion, language and ethnicity of that place.   * The demographics of India are remarkably diverse. QUICK FACTS ON INDIA DEMOGRAPHICS Climate The Indian subcontinent...
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  • adivasi
    technology that leads to their poverty. They have low levels of literacy and health. • Distinctive culture, language and religion – communities have developed their own distinctive culture, language and religion. • Shyness of contact – they have a marginal degree of contact with other cultures and people...
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  • Dialect Continuum
    Dachsprache paradigm, these dialects can be considered Abstandsprachen (i.e., as stand-alone languages). However, they also can be seen as dialects of a single language, provided that a common standard language, through which communication is possible, exists. Continental West Germanic The many regional...
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  • Jainism in America
    liberate the consciousness from attachment and aversion. With this experience, Chitrabhanu emerged as an enlightened spirit. With his wisdom, lucid language and eloquent speech, he made a home within the hearts of millions all over India. Although he is not considered a Tirthankara, he is respected as...
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  • India Intigrity
    Association of various religions, languages, customs, cultures, beliefs, practices, rituals, and living styles can be found in our country. There are, in India, various religious communities, such as Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Jains and Parses. Each community should appreciate...
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  • Ankita
    developed printing technology around 1439. Gutenburg also invented an oil-based ink for printing. He printed the Bible in 1450. It was in the Latin language and had 1282 pages .He used movable Printing blocks for the book. Printing technology came to India in 1556. During the Maurya period, kings used...
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  • pcra
    maximum of 15 languages as given below Sr Language in which essay competitions is to be conducted individually Hindi (North India Language) English (North India Language) Urdu (North India Language) Punjabi (North India Language) Kashmiri (North India Language) Tamil (South India Language) Kannada...
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  • Investingating the Relationship Among Corruption, Poverty and Economic Growth – Nigerian Perspective
    INVESTINGATING THE RELATIONSHIP AMONG CORRUPTION, POVERTY AND ECONOMIC GROWTH – NIGERIAN PERSPECTIVE ABSTRACT A plethora of empirical studies attempted investigating the causal relationship between corruption and poverty. But the outcome of those studies produced mixed results in a regression model...
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  • Plc Effects of Cross Culture
    important in consumer markets; this is because of the great impact culture has on the buying behavior of the individual. Hall and Hall (1987) saw languages as the most important component of culture; because they thought one culture will be different from another if it understood and communicated in different...
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  • Multilugality
    said this, the question arises- who on earth is monolingual? By now we have somewhat figured out that no one is monolingual. The boundaries of all languages are porous. Similarly boundaries of all cultures are also porous. Therefore we all are multilingual. So are our children who are enrolled in different...
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  • Celta - Focus on the Learner
    housewives with little or no previous education background. They would have learnt Urdu or Gujarati in their country. The ages range between 24 and 45. The majority of learner’s first language speaks Gujarati or Punjabi. They have been learning English between 1-3 years & some less than a year and...
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