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    English:- Make a project on any one of the given topics for internal assessment: 1. Character /Thematic analysis 2. Socio-economic, cultural, historical relevance/ background 3. Summary/ paraphrase 4. Appreciation of literary qualities. 5. Identifying with a character. Putting oneself in the place...
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  • Russia A2 Essays
    going to end up being quite expensive and because the department want to make a 20% saving in costs this is just not a realistic way of doing things. How will the website solve the problems? Well first of all the website will solve the problem that the department have of being very difficult to find and...
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  • Tourism
    Q1.How might it be termed as Special Interest? Link your discussion to a number of standard definition e.g. Poon (1997). In earlier days meaning of tourism was basic but now a day’s scenario is totally changed now as discussed by poon (1993) interest of tourists has diverted from popular destinations...
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  • Environmental Awareness
    the increasing of awareness and understanding of the environment through education. Most of our population is not aware of our finite resources and how quickly they are being used up. By its very definition “awareness” means “having knowledge or cognizance”. The main goal of many environmental groups today...
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  • Hampi
    from Bangalore, in the state of Karnataka in southern India. It is part of the Group of Monuments at Hampi, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Virupaksha is a form of Shiva and has other temples dedicated to him, notably at the Group of Monuments at Pattadakal, another World Heritage Site. Hampi...
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  • Oil and Gas
    four years The vibrant city of New Delhi, home to 14 million people, capital city of India, will | |host the 19th version of Commonwealth Games in 2010 This is the first time the Commonwealth Games will be held in India. All Games | |of Commonwealth games are Scheduled between 3 October and 14 October...
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  • Project
    killing ourselves too. Like air pollution, smog and acid rain is a killer to all of us. It destroys marine life, our own health and destroys historical monuments and statues. Diwali: The word literally translates as a row of lamps** in Sanskrit[1]*. It is traditional for adherents of Diwali*-celebrating...
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  • Bhsf101
    Principles of State Policy and Fundamental Duties MODULE - 2 Aspects of the Constitution of India 7 DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY AND FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES Notes The Constitution of India aims to establish not only political democracy but also socioeconomic justice to the people to...
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  • Save Historica Monuments
    Instructions 1. * 1 Identify problem areas on the monument including rodent nests, insect nests, bird droppings, weather damage or physical deterioration. If parts of the stone monument deteriorate upon touching, do not attempt to restore it yourself. Leave the restoration to professionals...
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    damaging the life of children. Suggest steps that he should take to save the life of teen aged pupil. (b) Write a letter to the Director of Archaelogical Survey of India. In the letter complain about the damage caused to a historical monument in your town due to negligence. Suggest some of the steps that...
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  • Civic sense
    There is a very clichéd' line which is often spoken when we talk about common sense – common sense is not so common. In the context of India, we can add one more sentence – civic sense is not so common here. Though we live in a civil society, education standards are lot better than the third world country...
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  • Essay
    to Jallianwala Bagh Garden through which the shooting was conducted. Location of Amritsar in India Location Coordinates Date Target Attack type Weapon(s) Death(s) Injured Perpetrator(s) Amritsar, India 31°37′14″N 74°52′49″E April 13, 1919 5:30 pm (UTC+5:30) Hindu, Muslim and Sikh religious and political...
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  • Rise of Luxury in India
    CONCLUSION Rise of luxury tourism in India: Railway experience and Historical Monumental Abstract: Today, India is home of many beautiful ancient monuments heritage and have historical places. It is attracting lot of tourist to come to India and experience it so it’s becoming most popular...
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  • Mmmm
    changes. Gradual erosion takes place and this is only too evident when grimy upper surface is removed. A good example is that of the famous historical monument ‘Taj Mahal’ at Agra, which, on account of reaction of Sulphur-di-oxide, emitted from neighbouring industries, with the limestone has slowly,...
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  • Introduction of Tourism
    governed by technology, telecommunication and tourism. Tourism has potentials to create the maximum numbers of jobs. According to an assessment, in India alone 100 million additional jobs will be created by the tourism industry in the next 25 years. It helps to earn valuable foreign exchange also. We...
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  • damage
    2009, 08.37am IST NEW DELHI: Is Qutab Minar going the way of the Leaning Tower of Pisa? Experts are understood to have expressed concern that the monument, which Qutab Minar already has a tilt of 25 inches to the southwest, is in danger of leaning further in that direction due to a weak foundation being...
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  • Kellie’s Castle
    1915 to 1926 ( Unfinished ). Like the Taj Mahal, it was built with love from a husband to his daring lovely wife and as a gift to his newborn son. How? : The Kellie’s castle was named after William’s mother, Kellie and his hometown in Scotland that is Easter Kellas.   The architectural styles...
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  • Wildlife
    PROJECT TOPIC :- WILDLIFE CONSEVATION Introduction India , the one and only land, defines the most diversified beauty at its pristine location with versatile attraction. Not only in terms of culture, festival and eloquent historical monuments; but this incredible land is best accosted with a variety...
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  • Indian and Chinese Cultural and Religious Influences in Ancient Southeast Asia
    Southeast Asia China and India, as two of four great ancient civilizations in the world, have important influences on the culture and religions of ancient Southeast Asia. However, their influences are different. The influence of religious culture in India on the Southeast Asia mainly in...
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  • Travelling
    favorite activity * No, I don‘t like travelling 4. How often do you travel? * Once a year * Twice a year * Two times and more a year * It depends on financial situation, work, studies and etc. * I don‘t travel 5. How often do you travel abroad? * I don‘t travel abroad ...
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