• Research on Govt Policies in Rural India
    Study on Government policies in rural area in Ludhiana (Punjab) 1. Introduction Although agriculture contributes only 14.2% of India’s GDP, its importance in the country’s economic, social, and political fabric goes well beyond
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  • Challenges of Equity and Inclusive Growth in India
    Challenges of Equity and Inclusive Growth in India ‘India’ is the new global buzzword. The economy growing at a phenomenal rate, combined with a flourishing democracy is making people sit up and take notice across the world. Yet, it is at cross-roads today. It is far from reaching its true pote
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  • Telecom Industry India
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Internet has grown tremendously during the past years. It radically changes the way people live, work and consume. Growth of the Data Cards, Especially happen when business travelers, academicians as well as other professionals need to access emails and corporate application
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  • Westernization of India
    Over the years the civilizations of the world have adopted many of the West’s styles and ways of life. This “Westernization” has started a downward spiral in destroying the cultural diversity of the world. As one of the oldest nations in the sense of tradition and culture, India has been a lan
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  • Transport in India
    Transport in India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Mumbai-Pune Expressway, India's first expressway Vidyasagar Setu, Kolkata The Bandra Worli Sea link, with Worli skyline Transport in the Republic of India is an important part of the nation's economy. Since the economic liberali
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  • Contemporary Social Issues in India
    Contemporary Social Issues Global Hunger Index -2011 Hunger can be defined as an uneasy or painful sensation caused by want of food; craving appetite. Also the exhausted condition caused by want of food, the want or scarcity of food in a country. World hunger refers to the aggregated to th
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  • What Ails India
    The word "democracy" stands for "people's rule". This implies that the people in question are capable of ruling, or, in other words, capable of voting for the right people to rule. Proper voting requires a certain minimum level of social awareness and sense of responsibility. If the vast majority o
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  • Food Report India
    Flavors of incredible India Opportunities in the food industry Table of contents Message from the Chairman Foreword 1. Introduction An overview of the Indian food landscape 2. Main findings 3. Value chain stakeholders i. Consumers: defining demand ii. Creators: producing to meet demand iii.
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  • Parle India Ltd
    In 1929, by Sri Mohan Lal Dayal, PARLE founded at Bombay. Then Sri Narottam Chouhan added confectionary plants inside PARLE. PARLE has big oven in ASIA. Daley production is 200 Ton. Parle Products has been India's largest manufacturer of biscuits and confectionery for almost 80 years. Makers of the
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  • Rural India
    Raamdev Baba Aiming to make an impact in the country's booming retail sector, Baba Ramdev has announced that his portfolio of 800 products of Patanjali Ayurveda Ltd will be available in the open market. "We have decided to expand our footprints in the retail sector to counter the 'conspiracy of loo
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  • Rural Retailing in India
    Rural Retailing in India-The Road Ahead Shikhar Das Srivastava* ABSTRACT The decision to liberalize the Indian Economy in 1991 had far reaching consequences, which is still continued into the new millennium also. On the marketing front, there was the arrival of many well-known Multi National Com
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  • Icts India
    Lessons from the ICT project implementation experiences The Indian experience with ICT projects have been mixed. Some of the projects have done well. International experience also has been similar. According to a study done by Heeks, 35 percent of the e-governance projects were total failures [1]
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  • Rural Advertising in India
    RURAL ADVERTISING IN INDIA ABSTRACT Villages are integral part of the Nation. Rural markets acquired greater importance in countries like India, China, etc. because of economic growth of the nations now highly depend up on the rural economy. Corporate companies are struggling a lot to get m
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  • Retail Sector in India
    Institute Of Business Studies & Research Pune (Satish P.Goyal) Page 1 1. I TRODUCTIO Retailing consists of the business activities involved in selling goods and services to consumers for their personal, family, or household use. It includes every sales of goods and services to the final cons
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  • Rural India Report
    Rural India 2012 A Market Report By Vijya Research and Advisory Contents I. II. Introduction and Methodology Knowing the Rural IndiaPopulation Child Population Migration Literacy Employment Social Set up of Rural India III. Rural Economy Industries IV. Rural Income and Spending Rural
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  • Diabetes in India
    Review Article Indian J Med Res 133, April 2011, pp 369-380 The need for obtaining accurate nationwide estimates of diabetes prevalence in India - Rationale for a national study on diabetes R.M. Anjana, M.K. Ali*, R. Pradeepa, M. Deepa, M. Datta, R. Unnikrishnan, M. Rema & V. Mohan Madras Di
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  • Transport in India
    ------------------------------------------------- Transport in India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Mumbai-Pune Expressway, India's first expressway The Bandra Worli Sea link, with Worli skyline Transport in the Republic of India is an important part of the nation's econom
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  • Khadi Workings in India
    A STUDY ON THE WORKINGS OF KHADI AND VILLAGE INDUSTRIES IN TIRUCHIRAPALLI DISTRICT [pic] “If villages prosper, India Prospers” “Khadi is the sun of village solar system the planets are the various industries which supports the Khadi in return for that heat and substance they d
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  • Agriculture in India - 1
    Agriculture in India In the past agriculture has played and will continue to play a dominant role in the growth of Indian economy in the foreseeable future. It represents the largest sector producing around 28 percent of the GDP, is the largest employer providing more than 60 percent of the jobs
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  • Rural Marketing India
    ABSTRACT In recent years, rural markets have acquired significance, as the overall growth of the economy has resulted into substantial increase in the purchasing power of the rural communities. On account of green revolution, the rural areas are consuming a large quantity of industrial and urban
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