• Influence of Indian Culture on Blackberry Advertising
    influence are the Aryan and the Dravidian. They have influenced each other and have, in turn, been influenced by the Austeric and Sino-Tibetan tongues. The Indian Constitution declares Hindi to be the official language of the Union. Hindi is also the mother tongue of about 20% of the Indian population...
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  • Indian Regional Newspapers vs English Newspapers
    entertainment section is given a lot of undue importance in the paper. Name of Publication: Nava Bharat Language: Hindi Type: Broadsheet Daily Introduction Nava Bharat is the most circulated Hindi language newspaper of Bhopal. It was initially published only from Nagpur but today, it’s brought out in...
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  • Navbharat Times Branding
    about the fact that Hindi is the only language which 40 million Indians perfectly. 6. The advertisement ends with a black screen with white lettered Navbharat Times. 7. This advertisement subtly targets the advertisers by its covert implication that to make their brand truly reach the target...
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  • Bank
    on official documents Implementation of the Section 3(3) of Official Languagues Act, 1963 Issuing advertisements bilingually Bilingualisation of Annual Reports Hindi version of the term 'A Government of India Undertaking' Bilingualisation of stationery items Display of name-boards, designation...
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  • Advt.
    of USA, UK and Canada. This is how I went about it: Introduction: The ethnic media in foreign countries which includes the Hindi and Punjabi language media, reflects the diversity of regions and languages of India. Indians are a social and communicative people with a highly developed political...
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  • Circular No. 007/Irda/ Cir/Adv/May-07 14 May 2007
    with the Authority in accordance with the ‘advertisement regulations’, in other than English/Hindi language, true translation of the same in English/Hindi duly certified by an Authorised officer of the insurer, is to be enclosed. 9. Advertisements filed in accordance with Regulation 3(v) of the...
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  • Paper Industry
    English and there are thousands of upcoming entrepreneurs who see language as the major barrier in following up business news and information. It is this gap that BS filled with the Hindi edition which gives relevance to localized content too. Amar Ujala group announced an end-2008 re-launch of its...
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  • 59 in Depth Study of Newspaper & Magazine Advertising in Advertising Industry
    where new trends are continuously emerging everyday. The language used in the advertisement is influenced by many sociological factors like market, politics, sports, and games, rural market, religious and education. The use of English words in between Hindi words or Multilanguage to create a ‘special...
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  • CSR on the Bengal Tiger
    take out advertisements in various local newspapers, magazines in vernacular language (Hindi). These advertisements pertain to spreading the message to public at large about the conservation of key Elements of nature – water, trees, jungles and wildlife. This is done on regular basis. In the urban...
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  • Currency Risk
    in India, around 90% are published in Hindi and other vernacular languages. In the electronic media, the total number of channels presently available to viewers in India stands at close to 550. Demand: The demand for regional print media is growing at a faster pace than that of English language...
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  • Pwc India Media Outlook 2010
    for the majority of advertisement revenues in the print sector. While English newspapers account for around 51% of the total advertisement revenues for the segment, Hindi Dailies account for 25%. Chart 3.2 Break-up of advertisement revenues of various newspapers by language - 2009 Cover price...
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  • Research on Print Media in Ranchi
    advertisements, therefore it is very vital for any print media to give more stress on generating more source of advertisement. Therefore the purpose of this project was clear and it was done keeping in mind its importance to the print media-“HT MEDIA VENTURE LTD”. As far as the market share in...
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  • Project Management
    01 02 00 23** (12 Eng. & 11 Hindi) [ 3. Security Assistant Grade-II (to be filled from amongst Ex-Servicemen*) Rs. 9300-34800 (PB-2)+Grade Pay:Rs. 4200 Junior Library Assistant Rs. 9300-34800 (PB-2)+Grade Pay:Rs. 4200 [ 4. [ 5. Junior Clerk Rs. 5200-20200 (PB-1...
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  • Advertising in India
    , direct marketing and trade promotion English-language advertising in India is among the most creative in the world. TV advertising (especially in the Hindi language) has made major headway in the past 10 years, especially with the advent of satellite TV. Hindi TV channels - such as ZEE and Sony TV...
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  • Industry Analysis
    Samachar was published from Bombay, which is still extant. The first Hindi newspaper, the Samachar Sudha Varshan began in 1854. Since then, the prominent Indian languages in which papers have grown over the years are Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Bengali. The Indian...
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  • Media Helping in Nation Building
    themes. Supplements on special occasions were also issued. During 1998-99 more than 17,329 Press Advertisements (16,942 classified and 387 display advertisements) in English, Hindi and regional languages were issued to newspapers. Press advertisements were issued covering various important...
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  • Miss
    Samachar Sudha Varshan began in 1854. Since then, the prominent Indian languages in which papers have grown over the years are Hindi, Marathi, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and Bengali. The Indian language papers have taken over the English press as per the latest NRS survey of newspapers...
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  • Study on Ht Dna
    regional newspaper Marathi, Hindi, Gujarati etc. Secondly is the English newspaper. The 1st and the 2nd choice of newspaper normally reflect into their socio economic status. English is an international language. Everybody not only in India but also throughout the world wants to cope with English...
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  • print media
    -3hrs 4-5 hrs More than 5 hrs Radio Less than 1 hrs 2-3hrs 4-5 hrs More than 5 hrs Digital Less than 1 hrs 2-3hrs 4-5 hrs More than 5 hrs Q6. When it comes to print media, what language do you prefer more? English Hindi Regional language Q7. What time do you read newspaper...
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  • Bollywood and Liberalization
    films (Tamil, Telugu, Bengali, Bhojpuri, and Malayalam language) and even old films, the term Bollywood has come to represent both an acknowledgment of the debt the directors and technicians of the Hindi film industry owe to Hollywood for their creative ideas as well as a description which...
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