Globalisation In Hindi Essays and Term Papers

  • Globalisation of Entertainment Industry in India

    GLOBALISATION OF ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY IN INDIA INTRODUCTION TO GLOBALISATION(HSS F317) Submitted By: Submitted To: * Sankalp Bhatia Mr. T. Chakraborty * Tanish Anand Department of Humanities and Languages *...

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  • Indian Economy

    7 Union territories. It is having 15 official languages including the national language Hindi. There are more than 300 scheduled languages and over 3000 dialects. Political Situation The process of globalisation started in 1991 in India by the then Congress (I) government. The adverse impact of these...

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  • Global Media

    traditional cultures in developing countries during a conference held here to mark the 62nd foundation day of the United Nations. Director of the Central Hindi Institute, Shambhu Nath Gautam, said global media has transformed societies into markets. 'Invasion from the skies through satellite channels and the...

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  • English as Medium of Instruction

    Shahu College, Parbhani Abstract The English language is continuing to establish itself as a global lingua franca in a period of unprecedented globalisation. In the last decade educational systems worldwide have shown interest in the adoption of English as a medium of instruction. This paper argues...

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  • Hijra

    England; e-mail: Robina.Mohammad@plymouth.ac.uk Received 17 May 2006; in revised form 16 September 2006; published online 28 September 2007 Abstract. Hindi cinema offers a means of examining the evolving geographies of the multisited, multinational Indian diaspora and its relationship to the `homeland'...

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  • Zee Telefilms

    Punjabi Kidzee Zee Action Zee Smile Zee Classic Zee Premiere Zee Telugu Zee Business Zee Sports Zee Jagran Zee Arabiya ZIMA Hindi entertainment channel Hindi movie channel Hindi news channel Music channel English channel targeted at the urban and young audiences English movie channel Marathi language...

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  • role of women in cinema

    debatable impact on the society as whole. Media structures and systems have undergone a major change over the years especially after liberalisation and globalisation. Women’s role of being only a mother or a homemaker has changed over the years and this has been represented in the Indian cinema that we view as...

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  • Shifting Paradigms: Methods, Techniques, of Teaching English

    the socio-cultural level regarding the relative acceptability of English and its most formidable regional rival, now the national language of India --Hindi. Interestingly, language as a problem never emerged as a concern of the multitudes during a few thousand years old history of the country when by name...

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  • Suicide Theroy

    English from a very young age even though at home and amongst family and family friends, it was expected he spoke Hindi most of the time. When time was spent with family and friends Hindi was the chosen language to speak. When he was with his friends and at school he spoke English. I asked Shaun if...

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  • Interest in Future

    choosing the best desirable future, but after that one need to use his/her mind to get EXCELLENCE in that”. Remember the famous Quote from form the Hindi movie—“3Idiots “i.e. “strive of excellence and not for success”. Excellence can be achieved if you are doing the work in which you are interested. ...

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  • Linguistic Changes of an Individual in Migration

    of linguistic resources affects one’s mobility and decisions in community interactions. Drawing on Blommaert’s study on the sociolinguistics of globalisation, this discussion will focus on how an individual’s linguistic repertoire is being used to one’s advantage within the community. It also highlights...

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  • yash patel

    to questions are to be given only in English except in the case of candidates who have opted for Hindi medium. If a candidate who has not opted for Hindi medium, answers in Hindi, his answers in Hindi will not be valued. Answers to Sections A.. and B should be given in separate sets of...

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  • Essay

    One of the cultures will predominate on the overall behaviour though. In the business sector, cultural aspect is one of the crucial factors. Globalisation allows business almost everywhere in the world. Currently Mergers and Acquisitions have become more and more relevant. They however can fail if...

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  • hello

    Subcontinent and of the whole region inspired directly or indirectly by Indian culture, values, rational and religious concepts. In the era of rapid globalisation, the importance of Indian as well as Oriental studies——stated jointly, in keeping with the maxim of ‘the cattle and bulls’: —has become more fundamental...

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  • Global Language

    colossal 1 billion-plus speaker. English is today the third most widely distributed language as a first spoken language in the world, after Mandarin and Hindi (see the ranking). Something around 600 million people use the various dialects of English regularly. About 377 million people use one of the versions...

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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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  • 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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  • Diglossia

    When I was growing up in India, I spoke Sindhi (my mother tongue) at home and Hindi with friends but it was mandatory to speak in English at school. It is very common for people in India and many other countries to speak more than one language. Such a multi lingual situation where two languages or language...

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  • Does Globalisation Impose and Exclude or Liberate and Make Accountable?

    anthropologist, one feels impelled to critically evaluate the impact of globalisation on the world, without passing value judgments. In today’s complex world, it would be either intellectually dishonest or naïve to hail globalisation as ‘liberating or accountable’ or write off as ‘imposing or exclusive’...

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  • “in a Globalized World, the Spread of English Has Adversely Affected Language Diversity and Cultural Identity.”

    This paper will discuss three significant issues with a view to the clarification of this issue: globalisation; English as a world medium; and English as a new ‘cultural identity’ for Asia. ‘Globalisation’ is a word which is widely used and differently interpreted. The word first manifested itself in...

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