• The National Tree of India
    The national tree of India, banyan is a very huge structure, long and deep roots and branches symbolize the country's unity. One can find banyan trees in throughout the nation. The huge sized tree acts as a shield, protects from hot sun. This is the reason why the tree is planted near homes, temples
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  • National Festivals
    3 National festivals Independence Day Independence Day, August 15, commemorates the day in 1947 when India achieved freedom from British rule. The day is celebrated to commemorate the birth of the world`s biggest democracy as a national festival. Till Independence, there is no true national
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  • Festivals of India
    Diwali:  Deepawali literally means an array of lamps is the Festival of Lights. Depawali is the occasion of joy and jubilation for one and all in the entire Hindu world. All the illumination and fireworks, joy and festivity, signifies the victory of divine forces over those of wickedness. Deepa
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  • Festivals of India
    CHAPTER - 1 Introduction Aviation History In every ancient time, there were every few Options for people who wanted to go from one place to another. If they were traveling on land, they had to walk or run or if they had to cross a water body, they had to swim .The domestication of
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  • Festivals of India
    . This is an comprehensive free sample essay for Kids, School Students, College Students as well as for those who are preparing for essay competition. It must be noted down that this essay can be translated to other languages such as Hindi, Urdu and etc by using the Google Language translation serv
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  • Festivals of India
    India – The Land Of Festivals by Ravi Pipal You must have heard that the only culture known to India is agriculture. Similarly, the cliché – India lives in villages and villages are known for farming i.e. agriculture. There are two main crops in India, Rabi and Kharif, come urbanization with
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  • Festivals in India
    Festivals in India Being a highly spiritual country, festivals are at the heart of people’s lives in India. The numerous and varied festivals that are held throughout the year offer a unique way of seeing Indian culture at its best. The following popular festivals in India will provide you wit
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  • Evaluate the Importance of Sporting Affiliation and Fandom in Contributing to a National Identity
    Introduction National identity is a debatable issue in most modern countries since there is no single ethnic country but more than four fifth countries all over the world consist of multi-ethnic groups, as Jiang (1997) argued. Therefore it is rather difficult to define a common point of a modern
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  • Importance of English in India
    THE IMPORTANCE OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN THE NATIONAL LIFE OF INDIA TODAY From 26 January 1965 Hindi has been declared the official language of India. But along with it, in terms of the official Language Bill passed in April, 1963, English may also continue to be used for all the official purposes
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  • Accounting Standards and Their Importance
    Accounting Standards and Their Importance AS-1: DISCLOSURE OF ACCOUNTING POLICIES The following is the text of the Accounting Standard (AS) 1 issued by the Accounting Standards Board, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India on 'Disclosure of Accounting Policies'. The Standard deals with
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  • Human Resource Management in India
    India is being widely recognised as one of the most exciting emerging economics in the world. Besides becoming a global hub of outsourcing, Indian firms are spreading their wings globally through mergers and acquisitions. During the first four months of 1997, Indian companies have bought 34 foreign
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  • India
    International Trade “India” 19 October 2007 Executive Summary India has been a country with various social issues, such as dialect barriers, gender inequality, levels of poverty rates, and trouble with severely polluted areas to name a few. India has also faced some political pr
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  • India
    Who would have thought that the country I would eventual chose as a research project would be India? My first choice was Australia. The country has always been interesting to me ever since I was in elementary. During that time, I began to learn about Charles Darwin, the famous 18th century scientist
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  • India China
    CURRENT SCENARIO INDO-CHINESE RELATIONSHIP S ervice sector is India is booming. Experts say that in the of shoring world, India could be the hub and other asian nations, the spokes. But, china is now catching up with the Indian of shoring industry… at the same time,its manufacturing sector in f
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  • English as a National Foreign Language
    English as a National Foreign Language India has two national languages for central administrative purposes: Hindi and English. Hindi is the national, official, and main link language of India. English is an associate official language. The Indian Constitution also officially approves twenty-two re
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  • India Compendium
    Asia Pacific Economics 11 December 2009  72 pages India Macroscope Looking Back at 2009…and a Peep Into 2010*  2009 elections − ‘one small step/vote for Indians, one giant leap for India’? The election result which brought the promise of politically cohesive and decisive gover
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  • Equity Research on India Infoline
    [pic] EQUITY RESEARCH ON INDIA INFOLINE SIP project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the PGDM Program Submitted by: Anirudh Sharma (2009006) Student Manager IMT Nagpur Supervisors: Mr. Harsh Monga AVP India Infoline Limited, (Company Guide) Dr.
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  • History of Banking in India
    Structure of the organised banking sector in India. Number of banks are in brackets. Banking in India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Banking in India originated in the last decades of the 18th century. The oldest bank in existence in India is the State Bank of India, a government-owned
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  • Analysis of Financial Position of Punjab National Bank
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Punjab National Bank was recognized by Dun & Bradstreet (2009) as the “ Top Public Sector Bank” under t including the category of “Priority Sector lending including Financial Inclusion.” Bank has also been conferred with the award by the institute for Development and
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  • India and World Science-Are We There? Guys Need to Prepare a Speech to Speak at a Inter School Debate for 5 Mi
    Endangered means danger of the species becoming extinct or dying out. Tigers are facing major population losses & extinction. Tigers are killed for sport, skins & body parts. The 1950s saw extinction of the Caspian tiger. The Bali and Java tiger are also extinct. The last Bali tiger was killed in
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