• Internantiona Business
    Pakistan Language Singapore Language Singapore has attempted to promote a national identity in its land of immigrants since its independence in 1965.  As part of this effort, Singapore has four national languages: Mandarin, Malay, Tamil and English. For business and politics, English is the language of choice...
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  • National Integration
    12/3/11 Essay on National Integration in India. Essay Knowledge Hub La pda e 12:53:52 PM GMT EA CH HOME P BLI H A ICLE CON AC FEED CA EGO IE Knowledge Hub Environmental Studies Essa Biograph Articles Letters Philosoph Accounting C ost Accounting Books Business Studies...
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  • Impact of Westernization on India Culture
    Metro’s and now slowly heading towards other parts of India. Westernization has greatly affected our traditions, customs, our family and our respect and love for others. The concept of joint families is remarkably decreasing and everyone wants to remain aloof from others. Nobody now bother about...
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  • Hindu Culture
    views on roles and relationships, values, practices, and customs. Culture is shaped by multiple influences, including race, ethnicity, nationality, language, and gender, but it also extends to socioeconomic status, physical and mental ability, sexual orientating, and occupation, among other factors. The...
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  • Cultural Assimilation
    According to various critics, the process of assimilation occurs in two distinct forms: Language and Culture. My paper will demonstrate the distinction between these two types of assimilation, arguing that language assimilation is necessary, but cultural assimilation can be problematic or damaging. ...
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  • Bollywood and Liberalization
    Bollywood and Liberalization Bollywood as a term has been roughly in vogue for the last four decades and is synonymous to the Hindi film industry of Mumbai, formerly Bombay. But not until recently the term Bollywood has become a global phenomenon with the hay days of the economic liberalization...
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  • English
    EMPLOYEES' STATE INSURANCE CORPORATION PANCHDEEP BHAWAN: C.I.G. MARG: NEW DELHI-2. (ISO 9001:2008 CERTIFIED) Recruitment to the post of Junior Hindi Translator Employees’ State Insurance Corporation is a statutory body constituted under an Act of Parliament (ESI Act, 1948) and works under the administrative...
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  • Cultural Differences and Joint Venture
    This essay will look at one of the possible partners in which a UK based company can consider in a joint venture. I will discover and analyse the cultural differences of the country and how they can be overcome. The essay will finish by pulling all aspects of the discussion together. Before we start...
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  • Report
    The Changing Construction of Women Characters in Popular Hindi-language Cinema from 1970 to 2007 Asma Ayob 8604355H A Research Report submitted to the Faculty of Arts in partial fulfilment of the requirements for a degree in Masters in Dramatic Art at the University of the Witwatersrand ...
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  • Culture of India
    CULTURE OF INDIA The culture of India refers to the religions, beliefs, customs, traditions, languages, ceremonies, arts, values and the way of life in India and its people. India's languages, religions, dance, music, architecture, food, and customs differ from place to place within the country. Its...
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  • Western Culture
    materialistic factors where as our culture has a spiritual base. The culture of India is been disappearing by many ways the youths in India do not respect their elders, the families in India live separate. And thus have lost contacts with their other relatives the big point which is making the culture of India...
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  • Bank
    MASTER CIRCULAR USE OF HINDI IN BANKS (Updated upto 30th June 2007 ) Department of Banking Operations and Development RESERVE BANK OF INDIA Central Office Mumbai RBI/ 2007-08/35 DBOD No. Rajbhasha BC. 5/06.11.04/2007-08 July 2, 11th Ashadha1929 (S) Chairman & Managing Director All Public...
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  • Hallyu Wave and Otaku Culture in India
    Korean wave added approximately USD$3.8 billion dollars of revenue to the South Korean economy. OTAKU The term is a loanword from the Japanese language. In English, it is usually used to refer to an obsessive fan of anime/manga and/or Japanese culture generally, and to a lesser extent Japanese video...
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  • English Vinglish
    Hussain and Mehdi Nebbou Country: India Release Date: 5 October 2012 (India) Also Known As: Aangilam Vaangilam Length : 134 minutes Language: English | Hindi | French Filming Locations: New York City, New York, USA Content: Money, fame and a knowledge of English. In India, these 3 factors play...
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  • Indian Culture
    of Indian Music. Language: All the states of India have different official languages, some of them not recognized. Some states have more then one official language. Bihar in east India has three languages - Hindi, Urdu and Bengali. But Sikkim, also in east India, has four languages of which only Nepali...
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  • social reformers
    94) Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India Other names: Ramasami, E.V.R., Periyar, Thanthai Periyar, E.V. Ramaswami Naicker-Periyar. Political movement: Self-Respect Movement, Tamil Nationalism Religion: Atheist Awards: UNESCO (1970) 1.Gautama Buddha, also known as Siddhārtha Gautama, or simply the Buddha,...
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  • Sdfdsfdsf
    practices of the Filipinos up to the present. The Spaniards brought the Spanish language, Catholicism and other religious celebrations such as fiestas. The American influence is evident in the use of the English language and the presence of contemporary pop culture such as fast-food, music, movies, basketball...
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  • A Residential School Legacy
    abuses were often used as punishment for speaking their indigenous languages (Petten, 2007, p. 22). The imposition of residential schools on First Nations children has led to significant loss of indigenous languages, and this language loss has led to further cultural losses for traditional First Nations...
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  • Mr Tushar
    of several ancient civilizations; part of what is now known as Iraq) and Ancient Egypt 5th Slide: Unity in Diversity * "Ek sur" (One Tune) (languages of India), or Mile Sur Mera Tumhara" as it is better known, is an Indian song and accompanying video promoting national integration and unity in diversity...
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  • American-Filipino
    our national language, Tagalog, at home, even when dad complained because he couldn’t understand. Now when I was asked if I were American I would say, “Hindi, ako ay Filipino,” No, I am Filipino. The surprises and smiles on their faces gave me immense satisfaction. Breaking the language barrier made...
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