• Internal and external policy of KZ
    the Majilis, which operate on a standing basis. The Senate is made up of deputies who are elected, two from each region, the cities of republican importance and the capital of the country at a joint meeting of deputies of representative bodies from these administrative units. Deputies are elected on an...
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  • Social Cause Advertising
    level. Not just have a transactional relationship.” AIRCEL, PARTNERING WITH WORLD WILDLIFE FUND (WWF) INDIA, HAS LAUNCHED THE 'SAVE OUR TIGERS' INITIATIVE ( CAMPAIGN ) Some of their pan – India corporate social responsibility campaigns include – * The “Save our Tigers” campaign to save the 1411...
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  • Modi's Six Desperate Campaign Strategies
    quite contradictory for target audience -- especially the youth. Also, the slap campaign had dangerous traits that challenged the basic structure of India and its constitution. The ad became talking point but not to the advantage of the BJP. The campaign was withdrawn unceremoniously. 3-D Spectre ...
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  • Book
    CONSTITUTION OF INDIA August 10, 2010 Authored by: Nisha D CONTENTS NATURE OF THE CONSTITUTION Different Sources Of The Indian Constitution Preamble The Union and Its Territory Constitutional Amendments Official Language and Schedules of the Constitution Citizenship and Fundamental...
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  • electonic voting machine
    elecronic voting machine used in minor project It is perceived to be charismatic one as it accommodates cultural, regional, economical, social disparities and still is able to stand on its own. India follows a federal form of government. It means that governance power is not residing with one...
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  • Electronic Voting Machine Using 8051 Microcontroller
    GOKARAJU RANGARAJU INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINE USING 8051 MICROCONTROLLER By: G.CHAKRADHAR REDDY (07241A0263) R S R GAUTAM (07241A0268) P. KIRAN KUMAR REDDY (07241A0274) B. NAGA TULASI...
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  • 'O' Level Sri Lanka Social Studies
    Sri Lanka for a long time and working in tea plantations are not given citizenship, and are denied basic rights such as voting. In 1964, the government sent many tamils back to India and granted citizenship to the remaining tamils. However, by the 1980’s, this was still not carried out fully. About...
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  • Youth and Democracy
    The role of the youth in India The responsibility for change, progress and innovation lies on today’s youth shoulders. Youth can make or mar society. The educated youth should initiate steps to teach the illiterate people in their neighborhood. They could teach them elementary reading and writing...
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  • John Stewart Mill
    Somsai Veerareddy John Stuart Mill Life I. * Born in May 20, 1806 in London from a well-off family * Father was a philosopher/ British East India company * Educated by father, read Greek at 3, read Latin at 8 (very strict education) * Mental crisis/ Nervous Breakdown- had to recover from...
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  • Role of Youth
    Youth constitute about 34 percent of the total population of India. The youth of every country is its valuable human resource. The responsibility for change, progress and innovation lies on their shoulders. Youth can make or mar society. There has always been a tussle between tradition and modernity...
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  • The Oppressed Black Middle Class
    first tenured African-American Professor of Law at Harvard Law School Derrick Bell Jr., the preeminent leader of Indian nationalism in British-ruled India Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr. for his role in the advancement of civil rights, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin a Russian communist revolutionary, politician...
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  • Education
    knowledge. Student life is mainly meant for studies. A student who devotes his full energy and time to his studies is a good son of his motherland. India needs mentally alert and able young men and women. It is the duty of students to acquire as much knowledge as they can during their student life. ...
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  • voting
    57-68 Published Online July 2012 in MECS (http://www.mecs-press.org/) DOI: 10.5815/ijcnis.2012.07.07 Application of Biometrics in Mobile Voting Donovan Gentles1, Suresh Sankaranarayanan 2, 3 1Mona Institute of Applied Sciences, University of WestIndies, Jamaica dongen02@gmail.com 2Computing...
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  • Women's Roles in Western Europe
    Change Over Time Essay Analyze the changes and continuities in status of women in ONE of the following areas between 1750 and 1914: Western Europe – India – Middle East Between 1750 and 1914, the status women in Western Europe changed in accordance to their accepted roles in society, working opportunities...
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  • How great a role did the abolitionists play in ending slavery in the British West Indies in 1834?
    formed in 1831.There were other mitigating circumstances which also favored the abolitionists such as the Reform Act, the economic decline of West India sugar, social unrest of the slaves and the Industrial revolution. All these factors contributed to the gradual ending of slavery in the British West...
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  • Multi
    SOCIAL CLEAVAGES, MULTICULTURALISM AND EMERGING SPACE FOR STATE IN INDIA UNDER GLOBALISATION REGIME Dr Sarojini Mishra , Dr Nirod Palai, Dr Kumar Das ABSTRACT: The multiculturalism ,social cleavages and ongoing globalization movement has profound impact on the role of the state. This paper makes...
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  • fdi in retail is a boon or bane
    FDI: BOON OR BANE FOR INDIAN ECONOMY ABOUT Retails Giants to Invest in India 16DEC The government on Friday won the vote in the Rajya Sabha on FDI in retail, two days after it sailed through the Lok Sabha, finally getting endorsement from Parliament for a policy seen as a major step forward in its...
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    Indian Polity #5 | Study Material :: General Studies | IAS Help THE PARLIAMENT OF INDIA Overview * The Parliament consists of the Rajya Sabha (Council of States), the Lok Sabha (House of the People) and the office of the President * Any Bill can become an Act only after being passed by both...
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  • caste system
    the power of cultural elements in politics and a brief detail on the role of biradaries/castes in local politics with the reference to Pakistan and India for the reason that it takes one beyond the traditional range of political theory and practice in its past and present forms. Such a study can provide...
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  • m commerce
    between the offline and online world becoming more blurred. The ability to conduct business through mobile phones is going to be a game changer in India. m-commerce is the use of mobile application for making payments, banking and retail transactions. In short, Mobile Commerce means "a retail outlet...
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