• The Different Day in India
    January 12-Jan National Youth Day. 15-Jan Army Day. 24-Jan Girl child day ( In India) 26-Jan India's Republic Day and International Customs day. 30-Jan Martyrs' Day February 24-Feb Central Excise Day. 14-Feb Valentine's day 28-Feb National Science Day. March 8-Mar International Women'
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  • Republic Day
    Republic Day Speech 2009 Ladies & Gentlemen! My heartiest felicitations to you on the occasion of 60th Republic Day! This is a sacred day for each one of us, when we come together to pay tribute to the freedom fighters and martyrs who laid down their lives for the sake of the independence and sovere
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  • Republic Day Speech
    Honourable Manager, respectable director, distinguished members of the staff, the Bursar, deputy bursar, Administrative officer, Academic Coordinator senior wing, teaching staff members of both junior and senior wing and my dear students….. It is indeed a joyous occasion where we all have...
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  • Doing Business in India
    We believe the single greatest risk of doing business in India is its bureaucracy. The Indian bureaucracy is often referred to as "babudom." An Indian bureaucrat is often referred to as a "babu." Today, babu may also mean "Sir" or "Mr." The babudom was formed after India gained independence from
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  • Environment Analysis of the Bpo Industry in India
    Introduction THE DEFINITION OF OFFSHORING AND OUTSOURCING There is no commonly accepted definition of "off shoring" in the public debate nor in the economic literature. However, the term "off shoring" is widely used as a particular subcategory of "outsourcing". The latter has been defined as "th
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  • India Country Profile
    1. General information Facts • Population: 1,080,264,388 (est. 2005) • Area: 3,287,590 sq km • Location: Southern Asia. Neighbours are Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, China, Nepal and Pakistan. It Borders the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. • Capital: New Delhi • Government type: Federal re
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  • British Impact on India
    Introduction: The struggle for Indian independence was more than just an effort to break free of British colonial rule. It was part of a broader conflict that took place, and is in many ways ongoing, within Indian society. In order to organize resistance, upper-caste Indian activists needed
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  • India Colonial Pasts and Presents
    The English business endeavor to India was assigned to the East India Company, which received its monopoly rights of trade in 1600. The company included a group of London merchants fascinated by Eastern prospects, not as good as the national character of the Dutch company. Their original fund of fif
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  • India Infrastructure & Economy
    INDIA ECONOMY & INFRASR+TRUCTURE OVERVIEW India is rich in natural resources and manpower and has made significant economic progress since attaining independence in 1947. India's economy encompasses traditional village farming, forestry, fishing, modern agriculture, handicrafts, a wide range of
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  • India
    The Republic of India is a country that occupies the greater part of the Indian subcontinent. It has a coastline of over seven thousand kilometers (4349 miles) , borders Pakistan to the west[1], the People's Republic of China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north, and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east. I
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  • Pear Culturing in India
    Table of contents I. The Business A. Description of business, customer value proposition and competitive advantages, if any B. Market Opportunity C. Competition D. Marketing E. Management Team II. Financial Data/Revenue Model A. Balance sheet B. Breakeven analy
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  • India vs. China
    INTRODUCTION With a combined population of close to two-and-a-half billion people , China and India- neighbors across the Himalayas- control a significant portion of world demand. Add to this the high GDP growth rates shown by the two economies in the past five years and you get what is now well
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  • Republic of Peru
    Republic of Peru Capital: Lima Currency: Nuevo sol Major languages: Spanish, Quechua, Aymara Area: 1,285,220 Kms Population: 28,302,603 Religion: 90% Roman Catholic Government: constitutional republic  INTRODU
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  • Business in India
    EVOLVING BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IN INDIA AND DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA LEARNING DIARY 01/09/2007 ۞ 08/09/2007 José Ricardo de Almeida Rodrigues Nº 34 VI MBA "…A Índia não se lamenta. Como poderá ter pena se já não lhe resta nada do
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  • Education System : India - Korea
    INTRO DUCTION India and Korea are two Asian countries separated by vast continental landmass. Being oriental countries, the two nations share certain common oriental values like the attitudes towards the family certain social institutions, certain moral values and things like that which are dist
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  • India
    International Trade “India” 19 October 2007 Executive Summary India has been a country with various social issues, such as dialect barriers, gender inequality, levels of poverty rates, and trouble with severely polluted areas to name a few. India has also faced some political pr
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  • India Automobile Industry
    Executive summary India is a developing country with an emerging automobile sector that grew rapidly over the past few years. It has become Eleventh largest passenger car producer. India is the largest democracy in the world. Recently Indian Government also came up with their ‘Auto Policy’ and
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  • India
    Who would have thought that the country I would eventual chose as a research project would be India? My first choice was Australia. The country has always been interesting to me ever since I was in elementary. During that time, I began to learn about Charles Darwin, the famous 18th century scientist
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  • Top 5 Companies of India in Different Sectors
    AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY Automobile Industry in India has witnessed a tremendous growth in recent years and is all set to carry on the momentum in the foreseeable future. Indian automobile industry has come a long way since the first car ran on the streets of Bombay in 1898. Today, automobile sector i
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  • Effects and Implications of Coalition Governments on the Political Scnerio in India
    Amity School of Communication AMITY UNIVERSITY RAJASTHAN Effects and implications of coalition governments on the political scenario in India Abstract: Parliamentary democracies ruled by multiparty cabinets make foreign policy decisions in a fairly unique institutional context, complicated by
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