• 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...
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  • Economical Backward Region of Bihar
    position in respect of climate, economy and culture. It is bounded by the country of Nepal to the north and by Jharkhand to the south. The Bihar plain is divided into two parts by the river Ganges which flows through the middle from west to east. It is often quoted as a state with enormous opportunity and...
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  • Summative Assessment for Poverty as a Challenge
    ) 26 crores (c) 28 crores (d) 24 crores 10. What is the poverty ratio in the state of Orissa? (a) 50% (b) 47% (c) 60% (d) 57% 11. In which state has the high agricultural growth helped to reduce poverty? (a) Jammu & Kashmir (b) West Bengal (c) Punjab (d) Gujarat 12. In which state have the land...
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  • Nandigram Case Study
    to the nearby Haldia city is by ferry. There is no bridge over the river. Nandigram is politically well-organized under the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M) which a leading faction in the Left Front government of West Bengal. The people are totally dependent on multi-crop land for their...
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  • Tata Nano – a Study on Business Challenges in India
    TATA 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...
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  • Term Paper
    gateway to eastern India. Since independence Kolkata is the capital of the State of West Bengal. The major contributory factors for the growth of the city are highlighted below. Political Changes: - The British traders conquered the land and monopolized their trade and commerce in the...
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    , emergence of agricultural surplus resulting from various rural sector reforms, especially the land reforms, undertaken by the Left front Government has created several opportunities for development of non-agricultural and service sector activities which has created an ambience for more equal...
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  • Mba
    of West Bengal, has stated that the farmer’s are getting Rs 8.5 lakhs by way of compensation for an acre of land (at market prices) which currently yields only a single crop a year and that 90 per cent of the acquired 997 acres comes under this category. For the remaining 10 per cent of the land...
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  • Singur Nano Controvaersy
    principles. Analysis of Singur Tata Nano controversy Singur Tata Nano Issue refers to the controversy generated by the land acquisition of the proposed Nano factory of Tata Motors at Singur in Hoogly district, West Bengal, India.Singur gained international media attention since Tata Motors...
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  • causes of migration
    attracted to the greater opportunities provided by more developed society. For example, ancient romans conquered vast areas in Europe, North Africa and south west Asia. During this period, many people migrated to Rome which provided better economic and employment opportunities. After the...
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  • Tata Nano Controversy
    office, which was from 1977 to 1982. As Basu (2007) notes, land reform remained essential to progressive, leftist economic change in a developing country, and credit for bringing about the first (and perhaps only) effectual land reform program in India was justifiably claimed by the Left Front. These...
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  • Tata Group
    Jaguar Land Rover Weaknesses - risk due to debt covenants - Dependence on the third party suppliers for raw material in Europe Opportunities - growing automotive market in India - new product launches - acquisition of Trilix Threats - intensive compotation - environmental regulations...
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  • THE king
    have invented that we don’t have time left to learn about the discoveries made in India by our ancestors. It’s a fact that those inventions are beneficial to the west while it could create more curses than boons in our land. Let us learn about our past inventions and give our contributions to our...
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  • Xoxox
    portion of the hills to the British to help them to set up a sanatorium. This area covered all the land south of the Great Rangit river, east of Balasan, Kahel and Little Rangit rivers and west of the Rangnu and Mahananda rivers. The second stage followed war with Sikkim, which resulted in the annexation...
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  • tata nano
    capita income, mobile phone penetration rates lag the more industrialized states of India. Local politicians gained power by promising agricultural land to landless farmers, but given West Bengal's population density, the land-holdings are small and the yields are insufficient to sustain poor families...
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  • Business Boom Beyond Border: a Case of India and Myanmar
    concerned. But trade is much more important to the land locked backward North East Region of India which characterized by low income, industrially backward and small size markets that fail to absorb sufficient volume of output which in turn leads to low incentive for inflow investment. North East...
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  • The Oceanic Voyages of Spanish and Portuguese Explorers and Their Impacts on the World
    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 the world. Another motive for these European empires to explore new lands is to seek opportunities to spread their faith - Christianity. In...
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  • NANO
    consultation he came to conclusion to set up their plant in singur. West Bengal. Which was only 40 km of Kolkata, 35 km of Howrah station and a little far from national highway. But for set up their factory Mr. Ratan Tata needed approximately 1000 acres land. GETTING THE LAND IN SINGUR: West Bengal...
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  • Are Marx and Weber’s explanations for the rise of the west were Eurocentric or not.
    this point in time Marx’s explanations for the rise of the west are Eurocentric, and suggest Europe and Britain especially to be a superior power over the East. However, “numerous historical analyses have established that, in pre-colonial India, land ownership was not centralised and landed property...
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  • Learn Differences That Make a Difference!
    . Napoleon said that it is the principle of war “that it is not always cannons, but lightning speed that wins a war”. So you are twice lucky! You have speed on your side. You are embarking on a new life and seeking opportunities for setting sail on a long voyage. But new lands are not discovered by ships...
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