How I Will Serve My Country India Essays and Term Papers

  • Lall

    KALAM. If I am the PRESIDENT OF INDIA; 1. TO KILL TERRORISM. 2. TO KILL POVERTY. 3. TO KILL CHILD LABOUR. 4. TO BRING OUT YOUNG TALENTS. 5. TO BRING NATIONAL SPIRIT TO EACH AND EVERY ONE. 6. TO ENHANCE GLORY OF SPORTS. 7. TO KILL ROBBERY. 8. TO DEVELOP INDIA ECONOMICALLY. 9. TO MAKE INDIA A SUPER POWER...

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  • Why I Love India

    year this is my first post, today i.e. Jan 1 ,2010,I was sleeping on my bed in Australia ,this question strike my mind. Then I started thinking for a while ,so many thoughts came to my mind I thought of writing a post on it. Every time when someone is faced with a question ,what our country has given to...

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  • Female Foeticide

    female foeticide/ infanticide The term female foeticide means killing the female foetus in the mother's womb. How cruel? The practice has been followed in India for ages, a country that once described its women as godessess. For this reason, Indian women will soon get extinct. Surprised? The most active...

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  • BK Case

    following five countries: France, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, and South Africa. Compare these countries as possible future locations for Burger King. These countries all have large populations but are not in close proximity to the BK headquarters in Miami. How well do these five countries identify with...

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  • Vikas Khanna

    life and Mumbai. Mumbai is his muse “I have tried to go to Paris, London and so many other cities, but nothing inspires me like Mumbai does,” says the chef rather passionately. “I just ate some whole-wheat vadapao by the street and it was so good, I went down on my knees,” he exclaims. Mumbai‟s eclectic...

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  • sop for vcanada

    Madam, I undersigned Piyush Harishbhai Mamrawala have completed Bachelor of Dental Sciences from A.J. Institute of Dental Sciences from Mangalore which is affected by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, India in March’13.After completing my graduation, I have joined Surat...

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  • My Ambition Become a Collector

    MY AMBITION IN LIFE  Life affords no higher pleasure than that of surmounting difficulties, passing from one-step of success to another forming new ambitions and seeking them gratified.                                                                            – Samuel Johnson      In the life of...

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  • Essays

    MY INDIA MY DREAM ?JANA GANA MANA ADHI NAYAKA JAYAHE BHARATHA BHAGYA VIDHATHA? Yes, India?s pride never ends. It s a holy peninsular land. The great Himalayas act as strong barrier of the country. Thus India is a prestigious country. As a citizen of this beloved land I feel proud to dream about my country...

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  • Gandhi Film Review

    I can say without the slightest hesitation, and yet all humility, that those who say religion has nothing to do with politics do not know what religion means” (Gandhi, 1957; 504). These words are only a glimpse of Gandhi’s revolutionary sight that changed Western intellectuals. As we continue to remember...

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  • My Country-India

    India!!!!! As a citizen of this beautiful and pulchritudinous country, I am so proud to tell you( in short)all about it. On the portentous night of August 14, 1947, Jawaharlal Nehru hoisted the Indian flag and proclaimed, “When the world sleeps, India will wake to life and freedom.” That was the day...

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  • Test

    Brain-Drain: A New Type of Slavery In the 80's and 90's India suffered from brain drain because of lack of infrastructure and promising industries for the youngsters. These young graduates were lured by the huge salaries and comfortable life abroad. During the first few years of this decade (2000-2005)...

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  • Linguistic Changes of an Individual in Migration

    to their host country. However, what might have been effective at home might be interpreted differently when placed in different socioeconomic contexts. Hence, the relative value of linguistic repertoire one possesses and how mobile are one’s language skills in the world determines how a migrant interacts...

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  • Discussion Board Post in Apa

    Greetings, everyone! This week I selected a term that I hope will help me not only learn more about global commerce, but will tie into my cultural research paper on India, as well. Therefore, I chose the term, “Foreign Trade Zone” or FTZ. Foreign trade zones are created when X country designates an area as a...

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  • Thesis

    My Economic Ambition in Life I want food to feed myself. I want clothes with no holes. I want running water and electricity and a house somewhere in England.  I want to visit Europe on five dollars a day. I want to hike the Appalachian trail. I want to visit Tintern Abbey. I want to swim from...

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  • Indian Poilitics in Present Era

    It so happened, our history teacher asked us that how many of us would like to enter into political career. To her surprise, none of the students from the class raised their hands! There could be many reasons behind the students’ lack of interest in political career. Politics was and is meant for the...

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  • Status of Elt with Reference to the Indian Culture

    background that the learner possesses. In this paper in general, we will be discussing how the culture of a learner affects his language acquisition specially the corresponding ones. In particular, case studies across the countries will be referenced to bring home the point of the importance of a learner’s culture...

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  • Belonging to America

    Belonging to America My grandfather always used to explain to me how lucky I was to be able to be an American. He would inform me on how valuable it was and how I should never take it for granted. He expressed that I should feel honored to be able to have all the opportunities I do. I never understood him...

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  • My India

    India of My Dreams Written by : M. K. Gandhi Compiled by : R. K. Prabhu With a Foreword by : Dr. Rajendra Prasad Printed & Published by : Jitendra T Desai Navajivan Mudranalaya Ahmedabad 380 014 (INDIA) India of My Dreams FOREWORD It is a happy idea to place before the world and the...

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  • My Case

    completion of my project, I would like to extend my thanks toMr. Vivek Chaturvedi who spared his time for me from his busy Schedule. he is the cause of successful completion of my work. I also expressgratitude all the faculty members, who with valuable guidanc always proved very profitable and made my effort...

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  • Brain Drain

    people from one country to another country for their further studies or for pursuing research in which they are most interested in. On account of immigration i.e loss of technical personnels one country will lag behind on wide variety of fields. They are only the source for the country development in...

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