• Tulsidas
    Quotation | I bow down to the whole world by folding both hands, considering it to be born out ofSita and Rama.[2] | Tulsidas (Devanagari: तुलसीदास, Hindi pronunciation: [t̪ʊls̪iːd̪aːs̪], also known as Goswami Tulsidas;[3] 1497/1532[1]–1623) was a Hindupoet-saint, reformer and philosopher renowned for...
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  • Types of Disabilities.docx
    traits or social histories that impact intergroup conflict, but problems within intergroup relations are not usually caused by the deviate behavior of a few individuals. Social inequality Social inequality refers to relational processes in society that have the effect of limiting or harming a group’s social...
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  • Ascertaining the Safety of Water Sources
    drinking water being provided for a large temporary community. The area is remote, rural, without proper sanitation and there are limited multipurpose water resources How could you ascertain the safety of the water? Potable water is fit for consumption by humans and other animals. Water may...
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  • Marketing Plan of Maple Leaf Cement
    compare to maple leaf cement. DG cement has maximum market at southern Punjab and northern sindh and is mostly used in these areas. It has also very few products. The competitors are trying to compete in the market by increasing their production capacity, and Lucky Cement is the main competitor in terms...
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  • Ecology of Benthic Polychaetes in the Heathcote Estuary, New Zealand
    greatest population densities in low salinities. Incidental observations of feeding and reproduction are reported. INTRODUCTION There have been very few studies of the biology of estuarine animals in New Zealand. The estuarine environment is characterised by steep and variable gradients in environmental...
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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 living, attract...
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  • Agnostic - Percept Pictures
    sales and box office revenues. Our live action feature films have also earned phenomenal critical and commercial success with their innovative story lines and surreal portrayals. In addition to entirely bankrolling scripts and projects, we also jointly produce content with numerous domestic and international...
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  • Marking Scheme of Gp 'a'Level
    XtremePapers.net Page 2 Mark Scheme: Teachers’ version GCE AS LEVEL – October/November 2010 USE OF ENGLISH CRITERIA TABLE Marks Syllabus 8001 Paper 11 Band 1 ‘excellent’: fully operational command 18–20 • • • • • Very few slips / errors. Highly fluent. Very effective use of expressions...
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  • Capitalism
    an electronic downloadable version is available free of charge at http://www.onthecommons.org, and may be distributed for noncommercial purposes without permission, provided the work is attributed to the author and no derivative works are made from it. This electronic version is licensed under the Creative...
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  • Case Study
    sweetness level in their products for the Indian market and also extended their brand lines into the bottled water marked as well, in order to serve the Indian consumers. The range of bottle sizes in the bottled water is even greater than carbonated drinks. Promotional activities: In term of promotion...
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  • Hagfish
    “myxo” which means slime, so therefore, the hagfish is famous for its ability to exude slime and has mucous pores arranged in two ventrolateral lines. These lines consist of roughly 70-200 glands containing both mucous cells and thread cells. The body of the hagfish resembles that of an eel, but unlike...
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  • Oil Conservation
    Classroom training programs on “Energy Conservation” organized PCRA initiates inclusion of conservation lesson in NCERT text books World Environment Day Pollution Reduction – PCRA’s good driving habits Energy Security Cooperation: Demand and Supply Management R&D Projects Logan drivathon at Ahmedabad Produced...
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  • Collections of Coke Strategic Papers
    offered to buy Rajesh Yadav a refrigerator for his New Delhi store if he would sell only the company's drinks. He kept his part of the bargain, and lines of Coke and Diet Coke cans glisten behind the fridge's glass front. A red-and-white banner, featuring Bollywood film star Aishwarya Rai chugging a bottle...
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  • Urban - Rural Divide
    to the World Bank urban areas in developing countries account for an estimated 60 - 80 percent ofGDP.Urban populations mainly have greater access to water and sanitation services, but an estimated quarterto a half of those populations live in slums or squatter settlements.People living under those overcrowded...
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  • economics and environmental law
    off condition. One more example can be with respect, to pollution of ground water due to problems industries developing beyond city levels and encroaching the natural environment of rural areas. Centre of Action, Research and Education in Water (CAREWATER), an initiative of India National Resource and...
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  • Lightning Bulb
    It is so dark in those rooms that people have to use bulbs during the day time as well. Most of these poor demographic areas use illegal electric lines which are basically stolen. Probably at the moment we are not able to fix the whole problem but we have some solution. We are going to start a new social...
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  • Honey Singh
    Vandana Shiva (Hindi: वन्दना शिवा; b. November 5, 1952, Dehra Dun,Uttarakhand, India), is a philosopher[citation needed], environmentalactivist, eco feminist and author of several books.[1] Shiva, currently based in Delhi, is author of over 300 papers in leading scientific and technical journals. She...
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  • Dffffffff
    development of | | |through adjectives |Traveller’s |in the next few sentences; drawing to a |city and a visitor | |linguistic | | |• Understanding the...
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  • Air Pollution
    Air pollution is indication of disturbances to the composition of compounds in the atmosphere, as it may be summarized as shown: * excess emission of gases/vapors into atmosphere * saturation of chemical compounds/particulates * rate of dissipation < (smaller than) rate of absorption...
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  • The Stepchild
    multitude of religions. Dalit is not a new word. Apparently, it was used in the 1930 as a Hindi and Marathi translation of ‘depressed Classes’, a term the British used for what are now called the Schedules Castes. In 1970 the ‘Dalit Panthers’ revived...
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