• The Culture of India
    The culture of India is very unique and goes back thousands of years. In this essay, I will focus only on modern India, particularly on Mohandus K. Gandhi’s influence on the formation of the 20th century Indian government and culture, but also on religion and language. However, I will be ignoring...
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  • Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan
    . degree course was due to a very fortunate accident. He studied Sanskrit and Hindi also; and had a good deal of interest in the traditional languages of India. He read also the Vedas and the Upanishads with great care and reverence. The following are some of the main posts held by him most fittingly...
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  • Nandan Nilekani
    the Government of India 2005- Joseph Schumpeter Prize for innovative services in economy, economic sciences and politics 2004- Corporate Citizen of the Year award at the Asia Business Leader Awards organized by CNBC. Honors and awards (2/2) :  Honors and awards (2/2) One of the youngest...
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  • Advertising Company
    , namely celebrity endorsement and sponsorship. PepsiCo endorsesent its products using the Bollywood celebrities like Shah Rukh Khan (famous Bollywood actor) and Sachin Tendulkar (world famous Indian cricketer). In India, Bollywood movies have a great influence on the common population as it...
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  • Shawariya World
    feminine words are often not clear in Bihari language as these are in Urdu. In spite of the large number of speakers of Bihari languages, they have not been constitutionally recognised in India. Hindi is the language used for educational and official matters in Bihar.[103] These languages were...
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  • Mahatma Gandhi
    designed to communicate with the people of India, but this is perhaps only part of the explanation. Besides, one might argue that those strategies worked primarily because it was Gandhi who used them. The language and the style of Gandhi and his use of the verbal and non-verbal resources for...
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  • Bhagat Singh
    languages.[3][26][27] In 1923, Singh won an essay competition set by the Punjab Hindi Sahitya Sammelan. In his essay on Punjab's Language and Script, he quoted Punjabi literature and showed a deep understanding of the problems of afflicting Punjab.[3] He joined the Indian nationalist youth organisation...
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  • Bollywood
    ones like Aankhen (Three Blind Mice) Thussu (2012). Current scenario of Bollywood India has the world's biggest movie industry in terms of the number of movies produced (around 800 movies annually, mostly in the Hindi language. Tamil, Telegu, Bengali and Malayalam are the languages in which...
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  • Communications in Business
    Arabzat from Saudi Arabia. Weakness: 1) The main thing which one should see as weakness in India is that the national language is Hindi and there is no basic education system that supports Arabic language. 2) There are too many outsourcing companies in India which provides services to others...
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  • Omar Faheem
    Muslim community. He became a leading Muslim voice opposing the adoption of Hindi as a second official language of the United Provinces (now Uttar Pradesh). Sir Syed perceived Urdu as thelingua franca of Muslims. Having been developed by Muslim rulers of India, Urdu was used as a secondary language...
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  • The Free Radio Salman Rushdie
    India is not about the use of English, but rather the dominance of Hindi over the many other vernacular languages. Ghosh states that despite ―political opposition from non-Hindispeaking regions to the language policy,‖ the Bombay film industry has effectively spread Hindi throughout India (135). Yet...
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  • Civil Service
    private and public relationships. Human Values – lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders, reformers and administrators; role of family, society and educational institutions in inculcating values. • Attitude: content, structure, function; its influence and relation with...
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  • Indian Literature
    his reputation grew to the extent that he became one of the most popular Bengali poet of the 20th century. Bengali is the second most commonly spoken language in India (after Hindi). As a result of the Bengal Renaissance in the 19th and 20th centuries, many of India's most famous, and relatively...
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  • Panditji
    celebrations are in connection with the remembering of Hindi which was declared as the official language of India by the Constitution of India in 1950. These celebrations are made to remind us of the importance and the value of Hindi in the communication and progress of India and also to spread the...
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  • Media and Resources
    Essay on the importance of English language in India SUMAN ESSAY English came to India with the British rulers. With their prosperity on the Indian soil, their language English also prospered. Since the British left Indian shores, it was hoped that English also would leave this country at no...
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  • Word
    torch bearer of the Two-Nation theory and ultimately lead to the creation of Pakistan. Aligarh Movement and Muslim Nationalism KK Aziz, a historian in his “The making of Pakistan” pays tribute to the Great Leader Sir Syed Ahmed Khan in the following words “Syed‟s services to his community may be...
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  • Consumer Buying Behaviour of Magazines
    , Deputy Manager - Outlook (India) Pvt ltd. for permitting me to do the project work and submitting the report in department and for continuous motivation. My sincere thanks to Mr Mauzam, Team Leader, Outlook (India) Pvt. Ltd for his valuable guidance that was of great help during the project and...
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  • Communication English
    The British had to leave bag and baggage and for good following the long drawn struggle for freedom. Now, India is a free and sovereign country with Hindi as its national language. And the importance of English as a second official and a link language continues. No doubt...
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  • Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
    SIR SYED AHMAD KHAN A GREAT MUSLIM REFORMER Following their crushing of the revolution of 1857, the British consolidated their secular rule in the Indian subcontinent, which marginalized, if not totally ignored, religion, particularly Islam. The whole of India suffered in the backlash, but...
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  • Indian English Literarture
    suffered by people living in both nations of India and Pakistan. Amrita Pritam has written over a 100 books. Her portrayal of the Partition of India formed the theme of Hindi film "Pinjar." Many of her works have been translated into international languages, including French, Japanese and Danish...
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