• Tourism in India
    India is famous as the land of stunning beauty and overall history that can be seen in its culture, tradition, and geography. There are lots of tourism opportunities in this country as like: Wildlife, hill station, beach, ancient Ayurveda, backwater, Adventure, Cultural, monument, village pilgrimage...
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  • Mba
    ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT 3. TATA SMALL CAR PROJECT IN SINGUR (TSCPS), WEST BENGAL CASE STUDY Introduction This case study has been prepared for the participants in the 5–day Training Program for Officers of IAS/Central and State...
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  • Nandigram Case Study
    People’s Resistance against Land Acquisition at Nandigram Nandigram Village Nandigram is a cluster of villages in the east Midnapur district of West Bengal. It is situated on the banks of river Haldi. On the opposite bank lies the well-known industrial city –Haldia, which is under the administration...
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  • Term Paper
    largest metropolitan cities in India. Till 1912, Kolkata was the capital of India, when the British moved the capital city to Delhi. However, it continued to be the major trade centre and gateway to eastern India. Since independence Kolkata is the capital of the State of West Bengal. The major contributory...
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  • Economical Backward Region of Bihar
    a state in eastern India It is the 12th largest state in terms of geographical size of 38,202 sq. m (99,200 km²) and 3rd largest by population. Close to 85% of the population lives in villages. Almost 58% of population is below the age of 25, which is the highest proportion in India. Bihar is a vast stretch...
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  • Tata Nano Controversy
    Gain and Bengal’s Loss? ‘‘Development,’’ Land Acquisition in India and the Tata Nano Project: A Comparison of Singur with Sanand By Devparna Roy Paper presented at the International Conference on Global Land Grabbing 6-8 April 2011 Organised by the Land Deals Politics Initiative (LDPI) in collaboration...
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  • Tata Nano – a Study on Business Challenges in India
    NANO – A STUDY ON BUSINESS CHALLENGES IN INDIA Introduction Tata Nano, pet project of the chairman of the Tata Group Mr. Ratan Tata was a car which was expected to change the face of automobile sector in India. In the highly competitive small-car market of India, Tata Nano promised to set the bar so...
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  • Mar 5, 2011
    Information & Cultural Affairs Department Government of West Bengal Memo no: ICA/NR/26/10 Date: 16.11.2010 LEFT FRONT GOVERNMENT IN WEST BENGAL: TOWARDS A GOOD URBAN GOVERNANCE Rapid urbanization is emerging as a general phenomenon throughout the developing world, particularly in the towns and cities...
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  • SEZ and DMIC
     IMPACT OF SEZ ON AGRICULTURE AND FARMERS IN INDIA TABLE OF CONTENTS ABSTRACT CHAPTER 1:- INTRODUCTION OF SEZ CHAPTER 2:-SCOPE OF SEZ FOR AGRICULTURE AND FARMERS CHAPTER 3:- IMPACT OF SEZ ON AGRICULTURE AND FARMERS CHAPTER 4:- SUGGESTIONS...
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  • Nano
    Tata has selected singur places which is located in west Bengal states: OLD GENERATION NEW GENERATION [pic] LOCATION OF SINGUR: Singur. Is a part of west Bengal states. It is, located...
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  • Xoxox
    In view of the misunderstandings and confusions which are being deliberately created regarding the history of the region and the migratory movements, we are setting out below a brief outline of the history based on official sources. Historically, what is known as the district of Darjeeling today was...
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  • Singur Nano Controvaersy
    not popular until 1700s, when the industrial revolution caused some drastic changes around the world. Socialism emerged as a result of Capitalism, which believed that the working conditions of workers can be improvised if the control of production can be moved from capitalist to the state. The main figures...
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  • Crow Lake
    and my grandfather, I now know a lot about my homeland, Bangladesh. Bangladesh is in southern Asia, bordering the Bay of Bengal, between Burma and India. We have mid winter, hot, humid, and warm rainy monsoon. Bangladesh is composed of 98% Muslims and others are Non- Bengali Muslims and tribal groups...
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  • NANO
    rattan Tata has selected singur places which is located in west Bengal states: OLD GENERATION NEW GENERATION LOCATION OF SINGUR: Singur. Is a part of west Bengal states. It is, located in Hoogly...
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  • Are Marx and Weber’s explanations for the rise of the west were Eurocentric or not.
    In this essay I will be analysing whether Marx and Weber’s explanations for the rise of the west were Eurocentric or not. Eurocentrism, in short, is looking at something from a European perspective. Firstly I will look at Marx. Marx looked at stages in history, most importantly in this case, the progression...
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  • Learn Differences That Make a Difference!
    So for those of you who are seeking success, and new vistas and opportunities, this is a great advantage you have. Because you are blessed with “fresh eyes”. Your will and your hunger for success give you new eyes. As Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “Nature, when she adds difficulties, adds brains.” So you...
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  • Tata Nano
    millions of Indians groping for a shot at urban prosperity." - Times of India It doesn’t seem like a three years old incidence when Mr. Ratan Tata proudly drove Indian middle class dreams to a fully packed auto expo in form of a car, which resembles the Volkswagen Beetle. It immediately caught millions of...
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  • tata nano
    doing so well at the upper end of the global auto market lately that it apparently forgot how to do well at the lower end—even in its home country of India. Thus the Tata Nano, a stripped-down minicar priced at around $2,000, has flopped since being introduced four years ago as the world's cheapest automobile...
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  • Nepal
    Nepal [1] is a landlocked country in Southern Asia, between the Tibet autonomous region of China and India. It contains eight of the world's 10 highest peaks, including Mount Everest - the world's tallest - on the border with Tibet, and Lumbini, the birth place of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism...
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  • The Oceanic Voyages of Spanish and Portuguese Explorers and Their Impacts on the World
    also desired to look for fresh resources and lands to cultivate. At that time, most of European lands were occupied by other countries and the soils were not fertile anymore for planting crops. To solve this problem, Spain and Portugal had to search for new lands and establish trades on the other sides of...
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