• An Indian Farmer
    India is an agricultural country. India lives in villages. The villagers depend on agriculture. They are either farmers or workers on the agricultural fields. Ours industries and urban business also depend on agriculture. Thus, an Indian farmer truly represents India. He can be called the son of the
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  • Indian Film Culture
    Editor H.N.Narahari Rao Advisory Board, Gautam Kaul Premendra V.T.Subramanian Dilip Bapat Executive Assistance R.Mani Cover and Layout U.T.Suresh Editorial Office Federation of Film Societies of India, th th 230, 45 Cross, 8 Block Jayanagar, Bangalore-560070 Email: ffsico@gmail.com All signed articl
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  • Influence of Indian Culture on Blackberry Advertising
    During the last decade, cell phone has diffused rapidly through Indian society. While this cell phone boom has provided ample opportunities for the Indian businessmen to propagate development communication messages, there has also been some concern regarding the impact of cell phone, especially blac
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  • Farmer Backbone of India
    Farmer-The Backbone of India. India is an agricultural country. India lives in villages. The villagers depend on agriculture. They are either farmers or workers on the agricultural fields. Ours industries and urban business also depend on agriculture. Thus, an Indian farmer truly represents India.
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  • Effect of Indian Cinema on Society
    Jan 11 2004 Hyderbad, India Sex and violence in films is no child's play. Actress Raveena Tandon realised that to her discomfort at the inaugural function of the 13th International Children's Film Festival recently. There were reportedly a lot of red faces in Hyderabad when some children sang
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  • Comparative Study of Indian & Usa Cooperatives
    CHAPTER – I RESEARCH DESIGN 1.1 Rationale of the study The Cooperative movement in India has its own status, role and impact in the socio-economic development of the country, specially for providing organizational and financial support to give impetus to income generating activities for weaker
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  • Hindi Lessons
    Hindi Lessons This book is an introduction to Hindi and the script used to write it. It was written as an entry at hindi.unilang.org, and the author was kind enough to grant permission to copy and freely modify the text under the GFDL. Presently it is in a very colloquial style and needs editing to
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  • Indian Economy
    The economy of India is the eleventh largest economy in the world by nominal GDP[2] and the fourth largest by purchasing power parity (PPP).[10]Following strong economic reforms from the socialist inspired economy of a post-independence Indian nation, the country began to develop a fast-
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  • Indian Economy
    INDIAN ECONOMY India's economy is the eleventh largest in the world by nominal GDP[1] and the fourth largest by purchasing power parity (PPP). The country's per capita GDP (PPP) is $3,176 (IMF, 127th) in 2009.[1] Following strong economic reforms from the socialist inspired economy of a post-indepe
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  • Strategies for Marketing of Indian Village Industries
    Strategies for Marketing of Indian Village Industries Shashi Prakash Mishra Rural Craft & Engg Section
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  • Indian Agriculture
    INDIAN AGRICULTURE Indian agriculture had reached the stage of development and maturity much before the now advanced countries of the world embarked upon the path of progress. There was a proper balance between agriculture and industry and both flourished hand in hand. This situation continued ti
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  • Indian Clothing
    Women's clothing in India varies widely and is closely related to local culture, religion and climate. Traditional Indian clothing for women are the saris or the salwar kameez and also gaghra cholis (lehengas). Saris are a graceful elegant clothing. Ones made out of silk are the most elegant and lo
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  • Fdi in Indian Retail
    1. What are the opportunities & threats we have in India by allowing FDI in Retail Sector “FDI in India’s Retail Sector – Opportunities and Threat” Just back from first frenzied shopping experience in the UK, a four year old ever-inquisitive daughter asked to her father, “Why do we
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  • Women in Indian Cinema
    Of Names of Women in Hindi Cinema An Exploration in Semantics Anindita Ghose* Names are of central import for characterisation in Hindi cinema and more so for women because their roles are often not very well sketched out. Women are given less screen time than their male counterparts and therefor
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  • Fifty Years of Language Planning for Modern Hindi
    FIFTY YEARS OF LANGUAGE PLANNING FOR MODERN HINDI The Official Language of India 1. ABSTRACT Hindi - according to the 1991 Census of India, is the mother tongue of 233,432,285 persons (22% of the entire Indian population), and is spoken as a language (which includes 47 or so mother tongues cobb
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  • Foregin Direct Invstment in Indian Retail Market
    www.sciedu.ca/jbar Journal of Business Administration Research Vol. 1, No. 1; 2012 FDI and Indian Retail Sector: An Analysis Dr. Namita Rajput, Associate Professor Department of Commerce Sri Aurobindo College, Malviya Nagar, Delhi-110017 University of Delhi, India Tel: 91-93-1218-0054, 91-
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  • Indian Grand Prix
    ------------------------------------------------- Indian Grand Prix From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  Indian Grand Prix | Buddh International Circuit | | Race information | Laps | 60 | Circuit length | 5.14 km (3.19 mi) | Race length | 308.4 km (191.6 mi) | Number of times
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  • Life of a Farmer
    India is a land of villages. A majority of her population lives in villages. Most of them are farmers. Agriculture is their main occupation. They work on the fields that are around the village. Indian economy is an agricultural one. So the importance of the farmer is very great. let us here exami
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  • S.Y.B.A.-Economics Paper - Iii - Indian Economy - Eng
    1 1 MODULE 1 INTRODUCTION INDIAN ECONOMY IN THE PRE-BRITISH PERIOD UNIT STRUCTURE 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Objectives Introduction Village communities Towns during pre-British period Handicraft Industries Summary Questions 1.0 OBJECTIVES 1. 2. To understand the structure and organizatio
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  • Plight of Indian Farmers
    Plight of Indian Farmers with Respect to current Credit Facilities Plight of the Indian Farmer India is an agrarian country and around 60% of its people directly or indirectly depend upon agriculture. Agriculture in India is often attributed as gambling with monsoons because of its almost exclus
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