• Status of Women in India
    India according to the 2001 census is a mere 54.16%. The female sex ratio is equally bad; according to 2011’s census the current female to male ratio is 914 females to 1000 males. The reason behind this bizarre sex ratio are old customs such as female feticide, child marriage and the dowry system; a...
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  • Paper Bollywood
    Indian Economic Transition through Bollywood Eyes Hindi films and how they have reflected changes in India’s political economy1 Amir Ullah Khan and Bibek Debroy Abstract Bollywood presents a fascinating picture. In a little over hundred years, the Hindi film industry has grown steadily to...
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  • Effect of Early Marriage
    phenomenon s still widespread in many developing countries with a high prevalence in sub-Saharan Africa more particularly in central and West Africa. In many tribal systems a man pays a dowry to the girl’s family in order to marry. This in many parts of Africa decreases as a girl gets older. Even...
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  • Indian Americans & Assimilation Into American Culture
    that Indian Americans became a rapidly expanding ethnic group in the US. This new population of immigrants which had high levels of education, were fluent in English, and educated in distinctly European, particularly British, educational systems. The number of Indian American immigrants grew from...
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  • Heograpiya
    ating mga kayamanang mineral? 4. Bakit sa kabila ng mayamang mapagkukunan ng enerhiya, an gating bansa ay nagkukulang pa rin sa elektrisidad at pangangailangan enerhiya? - Kaya tayo ay nagkukulang sa mga pangangailangang enerhiya dahil sa hindi lubos na nasusuportahan ng pamahalaan at di...
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  • Family Plannig
    the bureaucracy. Thus elections set up a vicious circle of corruption, which permeates down to the bureaucracy corrupting the whole system. 4. The cost of contesting an election being very high, many a time, good candidates who cannot afford the expense, stay away from elections. Thus, criminal...
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  • Ethics Case Study
    origins can be traced back well before the British colonial days to the advent of the caste system, wherein the priestly Brahmin class was associated with whiteness or purity and the inferior Shudras and Dalits ("Untouchables") with blackness or filth. In stark contrast to India's current image as...
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  • Life Without Mathematics
    Indian culture. For generations, India has had a prevailing tradition of the joint family system. It is a system under which extended members of a family – parents, children, the children’s spouses and their offspring, etc. – live together. Usually, the eldest male member is the head in the joint...
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  • Indian Culture
    .[10] For example, according to Yogavasistha, a spiritual text of the Advaita school of Hindu religion, the values of the liberated (Hindi: जीवन्मुक्ति), self-actualised human being, may be summarised as follows:[11][12][13]"Pleasures do not delight him; pains do not distress. Although engaged in...
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  • Women
    of work and maternity relief for women. Laws Relating To Violence Against Women (VAW) Laws relating to VAW can be broadly classified into two categories: 1) Crimes under IPC – Rape, Kidnapping and abduction, Dowry Deaths, Torture-both mental and physical, Molestation, Sexual Harassment...
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  • Indian Culture
    example, according to Yogavasistha, a spiritual text of the Advaita school of Hindu religion, the values of the liberated (Hindi: जीवन्मुक्ति), self-actualised human being, may be summarised as follows:[12][13][14] "Pleasures do not delight him; pains do not distress. Although engaged in worldly actions...
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  • Should Grading System Should Be There in Cbse
    nation had to adopt a political system that would best serve the hopes and expectations of its population. h s T li Rb Eu Cp N re ©e b to t Fig. 1 – Thousands gathered on the occasion of the flag hoisting ceremony at the Red Fort on 15 August 1947 o n 160 OUR PASTS...
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  • India
    role in the Indian culture. For generations, India has had a prevailing tradition of the joint family system. It is a system under which extended members of a family – parents, children, the children’s spouses and their offspring, etc. – live together. Usually, the eldest male member is the head in the...
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  • Benefits
    and Family Welfare, removal of social evils such as Untouchability, Dowry, Child Marriage, Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, etc. Research and Reference Division – (1) to undertake basic research on matters of publicity (2) to build up an indexed reference, compendium of current events,  (3) to compile...
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  • Punjab
     Pakistanis retaining strong on Persian and Arabic vocabulary through Urdu, and Indians relying more heavily on Sanskrit vocabulary through Hindi. TheMajhi dialect is Punjabi's prestige dialect. This dialect is considered as textbook Punjabi and is spoken in the historical region of Majha, [6...
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  • India
    culture that continues to be part of India's living tradition. One of India's great paradoxes is that the orthodoxy and rigidities of its society have been continually tempered by revolts and reforms, as well as by outside influences. There are 17 major languages and hundreds of dialects in India. Hindi...
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  • Devdas
    sometimes could bored the viewers), but I must admit that technically, this film is superb. Visualizations of the scenes are breathtaking and make you don't have any complains about the plot. It seems that Sanjay Leela Bhansali try to renew the old style of the Hindi films into a kind of an...
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  • Effect of Bollywood on the Status of Indian Women
    their male counterparts. The age long oppression of women still carries on till date even though legally women have the same rights as men. Domestic violence, unlawful practices like sati and female infanticide, prostitution and dowry deaths still heavily prevail in modern Indian society. In such a...
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  • Tribes in India
    Puja which also happens to be the most important of all Pujas, an altar is placed in the rice field. The Bodos do not practice dowry and caste system as per their rules of Brahma Dharma. The main work of Bodos is tea plantation, silk worm rearing, weaving, pig and poultry farming. They are also...
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  • Mumbai
    National Stock Exchange of India and the corporate headquarters of numerous Indian companies and multinational corporations. The city also houses India's Hindi film and television industry, known as Bollywood. Mumbai's business opportunities, as well as its potential to offer a higher standard of...
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