• Why is it important to vote?
    not guarantee that one's preferences will prevail, but choosing not to vote denies a person one of they key tools of having a say in a democracy. Importance of Voting Choose Your Government This is the most obvious advantage of voting. Voting allows you to choose people you want to represent your...
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  • Education
    Life is too short for acquiring 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...
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  • Political - Economical Environment Facing Indian Business
    affect the organisation and operations of business. The environment of an organisation has got internal, operational and general lives managers must be aware of these three environmental levels and their relationship and importance. The term 'business environment implies those external forces...
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  • Political Participation of Women in India
    political parties has always been very low as compared to their numbers in the population. (Table 12) Though a large number of women participate in voting, their low numbers in decision making bodies including those of political parties in India is notable. (Table 14) Among women who manage to rise...
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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...
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  • “Merger and Acquisition in India
    Recent Development in Mergers and Acquisitions The functional importance of M&As is undergoing a sea change since liberalization in India. The MRTP Act and other legislations have been amended paving way for large business groups and foreign...
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  • Social Cause Advertising
    get the entire population to register as voters, provide them information about the candidates respective constituencies. * The site is aimed at creating awareness about the voting process and the importance of voting. Apart from this, the site also helps youth to register on the site and...
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  • Modi's Six Desperate Campaign Strategies
    Gujarat, says Modi. It's related to the pride of nation. With few more days left before the voting for second phase takes place, Modi wants to be seen as a leader with the vision on the issues of international importance. Accusing or even warning centr al government not to gift Sir Creek to...
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  • fdi in retail is a boon or bane
    voting with thegovernment.Both the BSP and SP support the government from outside. The government’s victory on getting 51 percent foreign equity in multi-brand retail has long been a controversial issue. With this, global names like Carrefour, Tesco and Wal-Mart will set up stores in India. The...
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  • Brics
    rich world’s reflationary monetary policies for putting global economic stability in jeopardy. Promised changes to voting rights at the IMF have yet to be ratified by the United States, adding to frustration over reform of the G7 and the U.N. Security Council, where India and Brazil have been...
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  • election
    . Technically, it means an organized process in which people vote a person or a candidate to a position of public importance. History Elections were used as early in history as ancient Greece and ancient Rome, and throughout the Medieval period to select rulers such as the Holy Roman Emperor and the Pope...
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  • Indian Forex Reserves
    Indian Forex Reserves After the balance of payment crisis of 1990-91, when our import cover fell to a low of 3 weeks of imports, India has made commendable efforts to avoid any such future crisis. Raising the total forex reserves from $5.8 billion in 1990-91 to $141.5 billion in 2004-05...
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  • Management
    synonymous. Behind the image lies one of the most successful brand campaigns to have come out of India in the last five years. This is clearly reflected in the almost three lakh page likes Jaago Re has; its nearest competitor, Brooke Bond Taj Mahal (by Hindustan Unilever), has 3,014 likes. The ‘likes...
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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...
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  • E-Governance
    democracy, E-voting, Biometrics, UID, NeGP Introduction In the past, service delivery mechanisms of the government departments left much to be desired in India. Cramped spaces; shabby ambience; discourteous dealing personnel and their chronic absenteeism; demands of gratification; inefficiency in...
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  • Ap European History
    Christianity, largely a cause of the Religious Wars. 9. Vasco de Gama: Born on: 1460s-1524 Portuguese explorers during the Age of Discovery. First person to command ships to sail directly from Europe to India and back along the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa. Significance: Finally made expedition...
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  • Study on M&A
    of companies, whether listed or unlisted, whether in India or abroad. Further, the aforesaid limit of 5% acquisi- _____________________ 35. “shares” means shares in the equity share capital of a target company carrying voting rights and includes any security which would entitles the holder...
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  • m commerce
    service providers can make m-commerce a huge success in India. Awareness must be created about m-commerce services for its widespread adoption among pubic. Also educating people on the grounds of usage must be given importance. m-commerce is not just about need; it is also a lot about...
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  • Essay or Paragraph
    An Essay And Article On Election India is the biggest democratic country in Asia. It is next only to America. In a democratic country, elections are of great importance. The government of a democratic country is formed of the people elected by -the people. In India, general elections take place...
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  • Not Applicable
    has increased in importance and countries have become less insular. It is possible to argue that one encountered such globalization also in the 19th century. There are however two differences between earlier phases of globalization and the present one. First, the speed of change is faster...
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