• riders to the sea
    AR1141 Methodology of Arabic Hindi Language & Literature HN1141 Hindi Prose Malayalam Language, Culture & Literature ML1141 Novel Charithravum Padavum Sanskrit General and Sanskrit Special Jyothisha SK1141/SJ1141 Methodology and Perspectives of Humanities (Common for Sanskrit General...
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  • English
    • To introduce them to the literatures of various languages • To enhance their thought and speech through group discussions and interactive sessions ORGANISATIONAL SETUP Convenors 1. Prof. V.P. Krishna Prabha, Dept. of English 2. Prof. S. Ramdulari, Dept. of Hindi 3...
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  • Prospectus
    Language,Journalism Kerala Culture, Sanskrit History of India/, Sanskrit,[any one], Functional Hindi[compulsory.] Veena, Sanskrit Physics, Statistics Mathematics, Chemistry Mathematics, Physics Chemistry, Zoology Chemistry, Botany Chemistry/ Botany [any one] Zoology[compulsory] Career related 23 S N...
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  • Indian Regional Journalism
    other two papers are Divya Bhaskar and DNA. # Sanmarg, is a Hindi newspaper published from Kolkatta. # The hindi press as a whole has the largest readership. More newsprint exists today in Hindi than any other language in the world. # The "Dainik Jagran" has 31 editions and the only daily to...
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  • Linguistic Changes of an Individual in Migration
    proficiency and for different uses (Crystal, 1990). The acquisition of linguistic repertoire thus extends not only to the procurement of different types of language codes like English and Hindi, but also the speech styles and genres within each language. In light of this definition, this paper...
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  • Novels
    Indulekha. NOVELS IN HINDI Q8. Name the pioneer of modern literature in the north ? Ans. Bharatendu Harishchandra was the pioneer of modern Hindi literature , he encouraged many members of his circle of poets and writers to recreate and translate novel from other languages. Q9. Who wrote...
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  • indian culture
    . Linguistic differences are much clearer than those of racial groupings. Two linguistic groups, the Indo-Aryan and the Dravidian, account for all but a tiny proportion of the population (Compton’s). Of the Indo-Aryan languages, Hindi, the official national language, is the most important. In its...
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  • Political Parties in India
    , Bengali) * Deshabhimani (Kerala), Malayalam) * Daily Desher Katha (Tripura, Bengali) * Theekathir (Tamil Nadu, Tamil) * Prajasakti (Andhra Pradesh, Telugu) * Desh Sewak (Punjab, Punjabi) [edit]Weeklies * Abshar (West Bengal, Urdu) * Swadhintha (West Bengal, Hindi) * Desh...
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  • Psu Devasiya
    to answer any one of the 3 sections of Paper II. Those candidates who opt for section 1 may be required to answer at least 2 questions each from Sub sections a) and b) Paper-I English language including communication skills comprising of: English Essay (70 Marks) Précis (30 Marks) Letter Writing...
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  • Cbse Focus June 2013
    7.26 lakh students appeared in the national-level test for admission to MBBS and BDS courses. The exam was conducted in Hindi, English and regional languages - Marathi, Bangla, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu and Assamese (only for their respective State quota seats). The examination for the Urdu medium...
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  • Marathi Press India
    . Because various languages-Marathi, Gujarati, Hindi, Tamil and Malayalam-are all heard and read on the streets of Mumbai, concentration of newspaper ownership has gone less far. The market for the Marathi press is more segmented-between the regions of a great state, between Mumbai and Pune, between...
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  • Administrative Officers
    . No 1 2 3 4 5 Name of Test Test of Reasoning Test of English Language Test of General Awareness Test of Numerical Ability & Computer Literacy Test in English language comprising of: Essay, Précis & Comprehension TOTAL (Aggregate) Type of Test Objective Objective Objective Objective Descriptive...
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  • India
    spoken by fewer than 10,000 people. If these languages were to be included, there are 415 living languages in India. The Constitution of India has stipulated the usage of Hindi and English to be the two official languages of communication for the Union Government. Individual states' own internal...
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  • Sun Tv Network
    broadcasters in India. SURYAN FM 93.5 MHZ | State | Language | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | Tamil Nadu | TAMIL | Chennai | Coimbatore | Trichy | Madurai | Tirunelveli | Tuticorin | Pondicherry | RED FM 93.5 MHZ | Kerala | MALAYALAM | Kochi | Trissur | Kannur | Kozhikode | Thiruvananthapuram...
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  • Language in Indian Writing in English
    . Laura Carter, Critical Essay on The God of Small Things, in Novel’s for Students, Thomas Gale,2006 4. Indian Writing in English: Some Language Issues and Translation Problems, By Christopher Rollason,2006 t...
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  • Lifestyles of Indian States
    includes their language, religion, dance, dresses and food. Different states of India follow different lifestyles. This project is about lifestyle of ten major states of India. 1. Haryana  Haryanavi is the dominant mother tongue of Haryana. Hindi is spoken as spoken as a second language...
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  • cultural diversity
    India’s Culture Food, Language and Clothes India’s Map National and Official Languages Hindi: Is the National Language of India. It’s the most widely spoken language among Indians. English: Is the Official Working Language of India. State Languages Each state in India has a main...
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  • Journal
    prominent Indian languages in which papers have grown over the years are Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Bengali. [1] The Indian language papers have taken over the English press as per the latest NRS survey of newspapers. The main reasons being the marketing strategy...
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  • Hhhfd
    | New Delhi 28°36.8′N 77°12.5′E / 28.6133°N 77.2083°E / 28.6133; 77.2083 | Largest city | Mumbai | Official language(s) | Hindi, English[show]Hindi in the Devanagari script is the official language of the Union[5] and English the "subsidiary official language".[6] | Recognised regional...
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  • Consumer Buying Behaviour of Magazines
    newspaper with the largest Circulation in India is Dainik Jagran, having near about Two million readers. Next comes Times of India, an English newspaper, followed by Dainik Bhaskar, another Hindi Newspaper. India has a lot of regional newspapers and magazines as well in a lot of languages...
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