• Gtdc
    issues. Also various articles in newspaper, magazines and articles on Internet were referred to shortlist the issues.The top issues which came out of the primary research were Water Pollution, Garbage Disposal, Immigration of Foreigners to Goa, Deforestation (Cutting of trees) and Drug Trafficking...
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  • tourism
    the hotels for the ills that affect Goa but if incentives are given to hoteliers to be more environmentally friendly, they would always answer the call. Tax benefits should be given to hoteliers who treat their own garbage and strict penalties should be imposed on errant hoteliers. Water harvesting...
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  • Goacan
    provisions of the Goa Non-Biodegradable Garbage Control Act 1996 (Goa Act 5 of 1997), Municipal Solid Waste Management Rules, the principles of Reduce, Reuse & Recycle, Segregation at Source and Polluter Pays besides methods to manage medical and toxic waste. The campaign also promotes methods such as...
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  • Hospitality
    cheaper – they may sometimes have problems in communicating with the customers. Many customers get quite irate as a result of this. 2.Cultural Barriers: As there are people from various cultures, one needs to be careful not to offend them. For Example, a muslim will not eat pork – one needs to...
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  • Environmental Hazards Due to Dumpyard
    engulfed in smoke due to burning of the garbage, which adversely affects the campus population. This report takes you through the environmental hazards caused due to the close affinity of the dump yard to BPHC. It focuses on the various problems faced by the students and staff in the campus, and...
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  • Toursim of India
    disposal is a serious problem and improper disposal can be a major despoiler of the natural environment - rivers, scenic areas, and roadsides. In mountain areas of the Himalayas and Darjeeling, trekking tourists generate a great deal of waste. Tourists on expedition leave behind their garbage, oxygen...
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  • Goa Tourism
    the corresponding cost abroad. Foreigners from many developed countries prefer to come to Goa for a variety of treatment ranging from dental surgery, hearing problems, knee replacements to even heart surgery. This is a market where Goa has potential for further development and the government should...
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  • slums in India
    labor compared to the low-returns life of agriculture. People living in slums face problems of housing, access to drinking water and sewage facilities. Residents live in overcrowded situations, a majority of them with dirt floors and poor ventilation which can lead to rapid spread of respiratory and...
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  • Urbanisation
    areas whereas there is very scarce population in many others. This unbalanced divide has resulted in problems for both urban and rural areas. The key is to encourage urbanisation. However, we have to see that there is not too much pressure on existing urban areas. Hence, new and properly planned...
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  • Srap Yard B Plan
    scrapyard industries as it is far from the residential area and does not create any kind of health and environmental problems for the residents of Goa. Types of scraps – Nature of the scrap Metal Scrap Ferrous * Ferrous is a metal classification that includes magnetic materials, such as...
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  • Eco Tourism in India
    India is necessary. The primary issue is one of poverty, with 320 million people estimated to be living below the poverty line. There are related problems of social and gender inequalities, illiteracy, lack of adequate health facilities, unplanned urbanisation, environment degradation, and...
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  • Tourism in India
    concerned authorities. On the other hand, beaches have become the dumping grounds of garbage and waste left by tourists. This nuisance should be properly monitored. Terrorism nowadays has become a global problem. Our country is also not an exception. The terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, Maoists...
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  • Plastic More Haardous to Human Sustenance
    . These can come into use for various purposes, like holding your garbage, instead of purchasing new ones. While governments may be working out ways to lessen the impact of plastic bags on the environment, however, each of us should shoulder some of the responsibility for this problem, which ultimately...
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  • File
    opinion are the bottlenecks of tourism in Goa/ O Less connectivity of remote areas O Water Supply and Sanitation O Power O Lack of accommodation O Quality information services O Lack of Garbage Disposal O Life saving facilities at the Beach O Lack of booking facilities...
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  • 6 Months Goa – the Best, the Good, the Ugly
    Water Buffaloes, Wild Boars, Snakes, even Crocodiles can still be found in some water holes. The Ugly Where there is light, there is shadow. Goa has plenty of it also. Heaps of Garbage - a common sight in India. Holy Cows don't mindI don’t even want to talk about all that garbage in the...
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  • Population Dynamics
    vehicular pollution is associated with a number of environmental problems like air pollution and global warming. In most urban areas of India, air pollution has worsened due to traffic congestion, poor housing, poor sanitation and drainage and garbage accumulation. 7. Gradually Intensifying demand for...
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  • Businessplan
    Description The operation of CAMME crochet enterprise starts from purchasing of all the needed raw material. The main raw material of the product is yarn which will be bought from Double L. in Goa and other materials like hook, beads, zipper, and clothes will be bought from different enterprise. The...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    problem is only getting worse. A growing number of bodies of water in India are unfit for human use, and in the River Ganga, holy to the country's 82 percent Hindu majority, is dying slowly due to unchecked pollution.     New Delhi's body of water is little more than a flowing  garbage dump, with...
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  • Tourism
    gardens, wide roads, ancient structures, and power of politics is what Delhi is all about. Delhi is popularly known for its monuments. Most of them which are built by the Mughal Emperors. The state of Goa is situated on the West Coast of India, between the borders of Maharashtra and Karnataka and...
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  • English
    his time in the company of saints. He adopted Goraksha Nath as his Guru. Through meditation and inner devotion to God, he obtained self- realisation. Jambheshwarji Maharaj was aware of the problems of his age. He saw communalism and moral downfall around him. He took it upon himself to rid the Hindu...
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