• Extempore
    for marriage     * My reading habits     * SRK versus Aamir     * Kareena or Ash - who’s better?     * Parents are demanding on their children     * Globalization     * Co-education     * Dress codes in college     * Catching Osama     * Ways to a healthier brain     * Ends justify means...
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  • English
    in addition to Hindi. Students at the school level need to acquire better proficiency in English along with the learning of other subjects like Mathematics and Science. With the changing times, expectations of the society about the role of students and demands on them also changed. A very perceptible...
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  • Minds Are Open When Hearts Are Open
    Hindi essay: the problems of women labour. Since 1950, women’s participation in the labour market has increased steadily, the overall economic activity rate of women, for the age group 20-54, now approaching 70 per cent as opposed to slightly above 50 per cent in 1950. 1 Although still lower...
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  • India Business
    in India are English and Hindi. Here are a few random facts about India: 1. The National emblem is called the Lion Capital. It represents Buddha and his proclamation of peace and emancipation to the four quarters of the universe, that’s why there are four lions. 2. The National Flower is...
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  • Mtv Brand Failure
    presented an obstacle. Practical matters aside (i.e., that more people speak Hindi than English), on a symbolic level, people felt disrespect over MTV’s choice of language. “There are old souls in India,” a former VJ said. “Some might be blinded by Westernization, but you can’t pull a fast one on...
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  • Regionalism
    grounded in conflicts between peoples of differing culture and language. While the language and culture of the north is based on hindi, the other side has its own diverse, mostly non-hindi languages and cultures including the indigenous culture. Given the character of British colonial rule, limited...
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  • Miss
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SINGAPORE — Riding the crest of globalization and technology, English dominates the world as no language ever has, and some linguists are now saying it may never be dethroned as the king of languages. Others see...
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  • An Essay on Merits and Demerits of Television
    ... * The Methodology Problem In... * A Critique Of Natural Law * Morality * Augustine, City Of God * Globalization And It * Jewish Philosophy * Government Interactions... * Adam Smith * The Moral And Supernatural... * Asean * My Space Vs. Friendster * Monopoly...
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  • Western Culture
    washed-off in influence is wide of the mark. If this continues, days will not be far away when the famous Indian civilization would be buried not by others but by the Indian themselves. Due to globalization the rich culture of India is disappearing. The most impact is of western culture on India...
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  • business
    effective business communication. Technology Due to globalization, people from various cultures and countries increasing conduct business with each other. Technology enables people to easily connect with people around the world in a moment's notice, but there are a few rules to remember before...
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  • GEA2000 REVIEW
    GEA 2000 Fall 2013 Exam # 1 Review Questions* Introduction chapter and Globalization (PPT) 1. Alfred Wegener's supercontinent is known as: Pangaea 2. The process by which a tectonic plate consisting of less heavy rock rides up over a heavier plate is known as: Subduction 3...
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  • Controversy of Globish
    two online newspaper articles. Cameron (2010) assesses the history of English and its rise to prominence through globalization. Cohen (2006) establishes a case for the detrimental results that ‘Globish’ will have on the English language, as we know it today. This paper attempts to link the idea...
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  • Viacom Learning Points
    as China, Japan, UK, Germany, etc. And for MTV, its competitor Channel V in India push it to feature more Hindi musicians. * Viacom applied a global distribution strategy, but with some local adaption. For instance, Dora the Explorer, one of the main program of Viacom, was available through...
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  • CV Student Eklavya india
    College, London, UK 2012-2013 MSc Management (Specialized in Globalization and Corporate Social Responsibility) Consulted a Pharmaceutical firm called Areta International based in Italy on the development of a cancer vaccine which was under animal testing. Worked on a start up that was based on a...
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  • Supply Chain
    Entrepreneurship Award 07. | |• Advertising & Promotion | | |• Business Development |Attended a seminar on Management Education in Globalization...
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  • the world is flat
    world at large, as I discuss below.) He is sometimes in such a rush that he even fails to get some basic facts right: mushing IT details, misunderstanding the ``law of large numbers'', thinking a post-doc is a degree, mixing up Hindi and Hindu, and so on. And his writing grates with its never-ending...
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  • Hijra
    Circus, Plymouth PL4 8AA, 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...
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  • Consumption
    University of Pennsylvania ScholarlyCommons GSE Publications Graduate School of Education 6-1-2005 Consuming Globalization: Youth and Gender in Kerala, India Ritty Lukose ralukose@gse.upenn.edu Reprinted from Journal of Social History, Volume 38, Issue 4, June 2005, pages 915-935...
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  • Business Management Questions
    Regional [parang]. Of course. it’s a natural geographic attribute of the city of San Fernando. We are literally leading it to a North Philippine Regional center. More than that hindi lang ‘‘yong parang dinadaan-daanan ka lang especially the event of expansion of the NLEX tapos si SCTEX meron pa nga...
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  • Reflexivity, Positionality and Participatory Ethics: Negotiating Fieldwork Dilemmas in International Research
    trenchant markers of difference, and often precondition exploitation in the research process. Conducting international fieldwork involves being attentive to histories of colonialism, development, globalization and local realities, to avoid exploitative research or perpetuation of relations of...
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