• Cmt3331 Coursework 1
    coursework we had to design a book cover on a theme of our choice that comprises of our own original digital photography. The theme I have decided to base my book cover on is “Poverty”. I wanted to make a book cover with a visual integrity, which means that I wanted the reader to get the theme of the book...
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  • milkha singh
    Born 1935 (age 77–78) Govindpura, Punjab, British India Residence Chandigarh, India Nationality Indian Other names The Flying Sikh Occupation Track and field athlete Employer Retired; formerly of the Indian Army and Government of Punjab, India Religion Sikh Spouse(s) Nirmal Kaur Children ...
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  • dharmesh maniya
    Chetan Bhagat Biography : Chetan bhagat is one of the most popular authors in fiction category in India. The author of five point someone (sometimes written as 5.someone by chetan bhagat) got his fame from his first novel. He has written fiction novels like one night at call centre, three...
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  • Poems
    Shalott) is my favourite story of all my figurative images. This imagery was inspired by Loreena Mckennitt's version of The Lady of Shalott on her album The Visit. I recently wrote a letter to the song artist thanking her for her inspiration in my life. Throughout my five years at high school, my art teachers...
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  • The god of small things Book review
    own unique language with rhythmical analogies to every situation that is a completely lyrical experience until the last page. Shifts in different places and times create suspense and keep readers attracted. The text is very poetic and descriptive. Roy mainly uses foreshadowing to tell her story. ...
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  • My Favourite Holiday Destination
    My Favourite Holiday Destination I have been to several places around the world, Mumbai and Goa in India, Paris in France, Hamburg in Germany, Rome and Venice in Italy, Vatican City, Singapore, Hong Kong, Melbourne and Sydney in Australia but my personal favourite is the Brisbane-Gold Coast trip which...
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  • Social Studies
    Class 2 Print line Preface Table of Contents Unit 1 Identity Lesson 1 My Self Lesson 2 My Family Lesson 3 Living in a Family Lesson 4 Sarah’s Father Day Lesson 5 Relationships and Responsibilities Lesson 6 My School Unit 2 Our Country Lesson 1 Pakistan Lesson 2 Big cities of Pakistan ...
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  • Target Marketing
    preferences and voicing them aloud. Decision-making in households is seen to change with the mere presence of children. Introduction Children in middle-class India take important decisions in the home, thereby contributing majorly to household budget contours. From buying white goods and cars, to cell phones and...
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  • Movie essay
    “Slumdog Millionaire” is the film to see. Excitement, tragedy, love and hate it’s all featured together. The film starts by showing the poverty in India. The way that it does this is in a humorous but serious way and therefore still getting the point across. The film then goes onto show how the poor...
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  • Facebook Data Analysis of Fabindia
    | LOVE LOVE LOVE your clothes!!! | M1+, M2+ | Shweta Pal | An outlet of Fabindia is close to my Campus and well.........that is where all my pocket money goes and each time I come out with a big grin on my face and not to forget, looking gorgeous too | M2+ | Romenas Pitom | The beauty prooducts of...
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  • Promotion Mix for Samsonite
    sponsorship: CNN International has announced that Samsonite will sponsor its new multi-platform feature series, ‘My City, My Life'; a program where celebrities show audiences the highlights of their favourite cities. The sponsorship has taken effect from 3rd May 2008, signals the premium travel brand's first television...
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  • Cricket merits & Demerits
    has become more popular than any other games in India • Cricket is a game played between 10 to 12 nations across the world and is thereby relatively insignificant in terms of the country’s image in sports. And yet it gathers all the media attention in India. This results in other sports not being in lime...
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  • Study on Increasing Market Share by Understanding Consumer Perception
    Cuisines Pvt Ltd for giving me the opportunity to do my Summer Project with them. I would like to thank my Project Guide in the Company, Mr. Ramesh Kamath, Chief Operating Officer for his invaluable assistance and support. I also take great pleasure to thank my project guide in college, Dr.Pooja Sharma for...
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  • My Study Books
    I play many games. They include both outdoor and indoor games. I also like to play cricket, table tennis and volleyball. But badminton is my favourite game. It is a fascinating game. It is played between two parties. Each party may have one or two players. They stand opposite to one another. ...
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  • Research
    The chocolates in India have made the industry successful by producing it up to a value of rupees 6500 million with a enormous commercial esteem. There are two major players competing in the market. Cadbury India is the leading with 70% of the market share and Nestle is the second largest chocolate industry...
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  • Rahil
    SABHA) GeneralBiodataQuestionsAssuarancesCommittees Special MentionsDebatesBills MY BIODATA Father's Name : Shri Ardeshir Mother's Name : Shrimati Jini Date of Birth : 3 August 1942 Place of Birth : Mumbai (Maharashtra) Social and Cultural...
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  • Autobiography of a 15 Year Old
    the dream of most. My father, Dr Rajiv Passey, who had given his very last exam on the 24th, a day before my birth, was on the verge of a successful career in cardiology. I have learnt a lot from him in the 15 years and 2 months of my existence, but I shall come to that later. My mother, Dr Sarita Passey...
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  • Passage to India - Relationships
    colonising India is a perfect example of that. Having watched "A Passage to India" and analysed the friendships/relationships in it, we can put together a general picture of the possibility of the friendship between British and Indians in those days. Little by little the British conquered India. Yes...
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  • Satyams Lie
    Lie-Editorial-Opinion-The Times of India Page 1 of 2 Indiatimes l My Mail l Make TOI your home page l NRIs Free DD deliveries Hi Guest, Sign Up l Sign In Saved Article(s) Advanced Search ePaper l Newsletter l Archives Times of India Videos Go Editorial Home Cities India World Business Cricket...
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  • Great
    this moving letter provoked Gandhiji to exclaim: “On bended knees I asked for bread and I have received stone instead.” Fixing the time and the place. The place Gandhiji selected as the site for his symbolic breaking of the provisions of the hated Salt Tax, was Dandi, a seaside village in Gujarat. He decided...
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