• Extinction of Hinduism
    happen in a small way, it is going to be very difficult for India to emerge as a real 21st century superpower. One would be tempted to say in conclusion: 'Arise ô Hindus, stop being cowards, remember that a nation requires Kshatriyas, warriors, to defend knowledge, to protect one's women and children, to guard one's borders from the enemy….' And do Indians need a Bal Thackeray to remind them of that simple truth?...
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  • Indian News Broadcasting
    India, and produces 12 hours of local content per day on this 24-hour satellite channel. After the huge success of news programme ‘Aaj Tak’, TV Today group launched a 24-hour Hindi news channel with the same name ‘Aaj Tak’, in December 2000, which covers India with insight, courage and plenty of local...
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  • Allout Marketing
    18%. As this was significantly lower than the 55% figure for R&C and 54% for GSSL, KAPL was working towards increasing its presence. What Lies Ahead According to industry reports, the Indian mosquito repellant market was expected to grow rapidly in the early 21st century. Analysts said that with...
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  • A Comparative Study of Sindhi and Sanskrit Language Journalism
      in   a   suffocating  condition.       There  are  very  few  publications  in  this  language  that  have  made  it  into   the   21st   century.   Most   of   these   newspapers   are   published   out   of...
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  • Suryayan DEY
    District, West Bengal and Odisha, also established temples dedicated to Krishna and Chaitanya outside India in the closing decades of the 20th century. In the 21st century Vaishnava bhakti is now also being studied through the academic medium of Krishnology in a number of academic institutions.[30] In...
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  • Green Gold to Blue Chip - Africans of Indian Origin - a Retrospection of 150 Years
    University of Zululand 2 PBD -Background  The Government of India recognizes 7–9 January as the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas, which in Hindi means: ◦ Pravasi - Non-resident or diaspora ◦ Bharatiya - Indian ◦ Divas – day - 9 January being the arrival of Mahatama Gandhi in India from South Africa...
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  • Ecommerce Perspective
    . Internet economy will then become more meaningful in India. With the rapid expansion of internet, ecommerce, is set to play a very important role in the 21st century, the new opportunities that will be thrown open, will be accessible to both large corporations and small companies. The role of...
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  • blf report
    “unwritten national security policy” of the country as well as relations with the US, China, India, Saudi Arabia, Iran and Afghanistan. He said without a secular system Pakistan would remain at war with itself as it was torn between the 21st century and medieval religious systems. Himal’s editors have...
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  • Birth of Urdu Journalism in the Indian Subcontinent
    . Though bereft of consumer printing press, India, however, had a network of seasoned Waqai Nigars or reporters till almost the end of the 18th century operating for their local rulers and chiefs in various parts of the country. After the fall of the Mughal empire, several of these reporters were...
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  • Media
    BACKGROUND & GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS India is the world's largest democracy. Its mass media culture, a system that has evolved over centuries, is comprised of a complex framework. Modernization has transformed this into a communications network that sustains the pulse of a democracy of about 1.1...
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  • History of the Indian Rupee
    current growth rate, that India, along with China, will be the global economic leaders during the 21st century ("Economy of India"). As the economy of India continues to strengthen and grow, the currency will only grow stronger against the other currencies of the world, especially the U.S. dollar and...
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  • Media Management: Emerging Trends Book Description
    decision of the Central Government to allow private players to operate in the FM band. The case study examines the entry of private players in FM radio market in India in the early 21st century and the prospects of these players. The growth and decline of radio industry in India along with the...
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  • India Country Profile
    countries in the world. In the year 2001 India became the second country in the world after China to cross the one billion mark. About 1,080,264,388 people live today in India. By the middle of the 21st century, India will have passed China in the terms of number of inhabitants. India's population grew...
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  • Pom Case
    . WHAT LIES AHEAD According to industry reports, the Indian mosquito repellant market was expected to grow rapidly in the early 21st century. Analysts said that with improvement in literacy and health consciousness in rural areas, the use of mosquito repellants was expected to increase...
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  • Star Tv Case Study
    , Murdoch reversed the mainly English strategy aimed at a select audience in favor of supplying regionally oriented languages, including Chinese and Hindi in less than a year. Rupert Murdoch came out with good initiative such as English movie with India subtitle for India region. For some movies he...
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  • Indian English Drama
    , song and theatre -house” (Bharat Gupt: 86) Sanskrit drama flourished in its glory till the fifteenth century but thereafter Indian drama activity almost came to an end due to certain invasion on India. When Britishers came in India, the crippled Indian drama regained its strength. Thus, the...
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  • Importance of B.Ed Course
    | | | | | |(3 HRS: 80) | |III A |Vision of Secondary Education in India in the|40 |10 |3 | | |context of 21st Century...
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  • Doing Business in India
    Manners. Essential Rules of Etiquette for the 21st Century, and she was right. We seem to be living in a world of scrambled cultures, and probably every inhabitant of this world knows someone from a different culture that his or her. Before the invention of modern ways of transportation, people...
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  • Hi Biz and Consumer Behavior
    , Pillsbury, Fiskars and Sara Lee, bringing Godrej membership in the Global village that will carry it forward into the 21st century. Web Site of Godrej group,   http://www.godrejindia.com VISION VISION: The vision of the Godrej in whole as given in their vision statement is "We shall operate...
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  • Abc12345678
    Caste in the 21st Century: From System to Elements Author(s): A. M. Shah Reviewed work(s): Source: Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 42, No. 44 (Nov. 3 - 9, 2007), pp. 109-116 Published by: Economic and Political Weekly Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40276753 . Accessed: 01/02/2012 12:54...
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