• Arif
    Delhi is the capital of India. It is a beautiful city. It has a number of picnic spots. These picnic spots are very popular with the people. They provide rest and recreation to them. People who are very busy throughout the week prefer to spend their week-ends with their families at these places, away...
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  • Picnic
    and take up their studies with renewed vigor. Every school and college arranges picnics for its students. Delhi is the capital of India. It is a beautiful city. The popular picnic spots in Delhi are the Talkatora Gardens, Roshanara Bagh, Qudasia Garden, Buddha Jayanti park. India Gate, Nehru Park, Lodhi...
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  • Planting
    Vacancies: Assistants - 8500 (Inclusive of 3100 vacancies already advertised vide our advertisement dated 27.12.2011). Stenographers (English) - 900, Hindi - 100 • The date of examination stands postponed from 18.03.2012 Revised Dates of Written Examination : 27.05.2012 and 03.06.2012 Bank may conduct written...
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  • Msme Annual Report
    Annual Report 2009-2010 Annual Report 2009-10 lR;eso t;rs Government of India Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Udyog Bhavan, New Delhi – 110 107 Website: www.msme.nic.in ; www.msme.gov.in MSME Annual Report 2009-2010 CONTENTS CHAPTER NO. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. ...
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  • Dps Broucher
    DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL DELHI (under the aegis of The Delhi Public School Society, New Delhi) "Education has continued to evolve, diversify and extend its reach since the dawn of human history..... When a new direction has to be given to an age old process, that moment is today....." National...
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  • Anita Desai
    between Urdu and Hindi which is juxtaposed with the change of cultural dynamics. With the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947, the official language of India changed from Urdu to Hindi. Although the two languages are very similar and a person who speaks Urdu can understand Hindi to a great extent...
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  • Analysis of Deepalaya NGO
    Swami On 24/03/2014 By Sandaka Chaitanya Kumar (133091) Section A Indian Institute of Management, Udaipur Deepalaya Education Society, Delhi: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”. Deepalaya, a non-government organization strongly...
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  • Deccan Chronicle
    the daily newspapers are vernacular, 44% of them publish in Hindi and only 10% in English. The total number of registered newspapers, as on 31st March, 2011 stands at 82,222. The total circulation of newspapers stands at 32,92,04,841. Hindi newspapers and periodicals lead by having that largest number...
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  • Report
    GANG RAPE CASE IN MOVING BUS WORKED OUT WITHIN 24 HOURS ➢ FOUR OUT OF SIX ACCUSED ARRESTED AND BUS USED IN CRIME RECOVERED. With the arrest of four accused persons namely Ram Singh s/o Mange Lal r/o Jhuggi No. J-49, Ravi Dass Camp, Sector 3, R.K. Puram, New Delhi, Pawan @ Kaloo, Vinay and...
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  • A Journey Alone!
    A journey alone! How many people have the good fortune to travel by plane 'ALONE' ? I was one of the fortunate few. My flight in the air was the most exciting experience in my life. I was travelling from Jammu to Mumbai (via Delhi) by air. I entered the aeroplane in the morning. It was...
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  • Gk About Pakistani Politics
    c) Do or die d) In hoc signo vinces 9) Where was General Pervez Musharraf born? a) Lahore b) Karachi c) Delhi d) Quetta 10) Where is the tomb of Mughal Emperor Jahangir? a) Delhi b) Agra. c) Lahore d) Karachi 11) Who succeeded Zia Ul Haque as President of Pakistan? a) Rafiq Tarar b)...
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  • Tourism In Westbengal, India
    ruled Bengal, then known as Vanga. The Sena dynasty took over from Palas at the turn of 11th century, but were defeated by Qutb-Din-Ibaq, the Sultan of Delhi. After the death of Aurangjeb (1707), Bengal became independent with the Muslim governors running the administration.  Siraj-ud-daul the last independent...
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  • About Namma Metro
    a proposalintroduction of a metro. The metro has been introduced world over and attributing to its success in many areas like London, New York and Delhi, Bangalore policy makers have decided to try their luck with it. Essentially a form of public transport the metro tries to use environment friendly...
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    22230141 Bus type Non A/C Semi Sleeper (2+2) Total fare Rs. 650 Reporting time 07:45 PM Departure time 08:00 PM Boarding point address Location: Madiwala Landmark: Address: Marithi Nagar, Madiwala Terms and conditions 1. redBus* is ONLY a bus ticket agent. It does not operate bus services of...
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  • Bus Reservation
    through its network of over 13000 services to all-important places in Rajasthan and adjoining as well as other states including Gujarat, Haryana, Punjab, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra. RSRTC is operating ordinary, express, deluxe, airconditioned, luxury and super luxury...
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  • Vication Happens
    Schools in Delhi close for summer vacation on 15th May. It is very hot then. My parents, therefore, decided to go to Mussoorie. I accompanied them. It was thrilling—the very thought of going to the hills. Preparations were made in full swing. We packed our luggage and got ready for the journey. We went...
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  • Women Journalist
    Walisomen Journalists in Hindi Films: Stereotyping the stereotypes | Saswat.com | All That's ... Page 1 of 5 Saswat.com All That's Left Blog :: Saswat Pattanayak Home Articles Links Poetry FAQ About Index Women Journalists in Hindi Films: Stereotyping the stereotypes By Saswat Pattanayak Subscribe...
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  • Ye Dilli Hai Mere Yaar
    Delhi is the symbol of old India and new . . . even the stones here whisper to our ears of the ages of long ago and the air we breathe is full of the dust and fragrances of the past, as also of the fresh and piercing winds of the present. Jawaharlal Nehru Delhi as an immortal city because for the...
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