• Industrialisation in India
    The effect of Industrialisation shown by rising income levels since 1500. The graph shows the gross domestic product (at purchasing power parity) per capita between 1500 and 1950 in 1990 International dollars for selected nations. [1] Industrialisation (orindustrialization) is the proces
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  • India After Independence
    State, Market & Economy Big Industry Before Independence: 1860-1950 Anupriya Singhal & Aoneha Tagore The world over, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, private sector units were of a laissez-faire variety i.e., the private sector was completely free of state interference. Private
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  • Regional Disparity in India
    REGIONAL GROWTH AND DISPARITY IN INDIA: A COMPARISON OF PRE AND POST-REFORM DECADES Abstract Has the regional disparity widened in the post-reform period? This study attempts to probe into this by analysing growth rates of aggregate and sectoral domestic product of major states in the pre (1980s)
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  • Entrepreneurship Development in India
    Entrepreneurship Development in India 1.1 Introduction – There are so many institutes and organizations which are involved in entrepreneurship development activities and there are people who join these programmes as a stepping stone to become entrepreneur. It is a known fact that so many man
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  • China, India and the International Economic Order
    This page intentionally left blank C HINA, INDIA AND THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ORDER With contributions by a variety of internationally distinguished scholars on international law, world trade, business law and development, this unique examination of the roles of China and India in the
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  • Constitution of india
    I Evolution and Philosophy behind the Indian Constitution Madabhushi Sridhar Three important questions bothered the man right from the beginning of the history of civilization. They are: 1. Is Government necessary? 2. What is the best form of Government? 3. How can we prevent the...
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  • India: Cdm Opportunities and Benefits
    IV. India: CDM Opportunities and Benefits Milind Pathak, Leena Srivastava, and Sudhir Sharma* Tata Energy Research Institute, New Delhi Summary More than twenty potential Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) projects in five different sectors are reviewed in this chapter. They include new technolo
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  • Share Prices and Macroeconomic Variables in India
    Share Prices and Macroeconomic Variables in India: An Approach to Investigate the Relationship Between Stock Markets and Economic Growth By Raman K. Agrawalla And S K Tuteja Abstract Of late increasing attention is being paid to the relationship be
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  • Child Mortality in India
    Child Malnutrition and Mortality : Evidence from a Cross-Country Analysis Abstract The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) call for a two-thirds reduction in the mortality rate among children under age five between 1990 and 2015. Accurate and timely estimates of under-five mortality are needed to
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  • Dlf India
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  • Vision of India
    India Vision 2020 sivakumarsachin 22-Apr-09 Identifying potentials and anticipating the challenges to our future progress in different sectors of the national economy does not constitute a vision of the country's future. These disparate threads need to be woven together to reflect the integrate
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  • Challenges Faced by India Inc.
    10 challenges for India to reach 2050 potential “In our latest annual update to our Growth Environment Scores (GES), India scores below the other three BRIC nations, and is currently ranked 110 out of a set of 181 countries assigned GES scores. If India were able to undertake the necessary reform
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  • Public Sector in India
    Overview of Central Public Sector Enterprises The government-owned corporations play a pivotal role in the economic development of emerging economies because their participation is higher in the industrial and commercial activities of these economies. Resource constraints and limited scope of the
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  • Performance of Pse in India
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  • Will India Become a Superpower?
    Sixty years ago, in the summer of 1948, our nation, then newly born, was struggling for its very survival. In January, Mahatma Gandhi had been murdered by a Hindu fanatic. The act had shocked many Indians, but apparently it had the approval of some. According to one news report, the jailed assassin
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  • Political Parties in India
    The Indian National Congress (Hindi: भारतीय राष्ट्रीय कांग्रेस) (also known as the Congress, and abbreviated INC) is a major political party in India. It is the largest and oldest democratic political party in the world.[1][2][3] Founded in 18
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  • Development Along the East Coast Road, Tamil Nadu, India
    University of Amsterdam | Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences Urban Studies | Bachelor Thesis | 2009- 2010 Opportunities divided Development along the East Coast Road in Tamil Nadu, India Kaj Beetstra Opportunities divided Development along the East Coast Road in Tamil Nadu, Ind
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  • India 2020
    HindustanTimes-Print Page 1 of 2 KK Birla May 09, 2007 First Published: 00:44 IST(9/5/2007) Last Updated: 03:48 IST(9/5/2007) India 2020 The Indian economy is on the path of rapid progress. In July 1991 the country’s economy was so shattered that India was on the brink of bankruptcy. Th
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  • Trade Union Movement in India
    5 Trade Union Development UNIT 4 TRADE UNION DEVELOPMENT and Functions AND FUNCTIONS Objectives After going through this unit, you should be able to understand: l the growth and development of trade unions in India, and l the functions and problems of trade unions. Structure 4.1 Introductio
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  • Water Quality in Rural India
    WATER QUALITY IN RURAL INDIA The rural population of India comprises more than 700 million people residing in about 1.42 million habitations spread over 15 diverse ecological regions. It is true that providing drinking water to such a large population is an enormous challenge. Our country is also
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