• Racism Towards East Indians in Canada
    increased, the pressure was felt by the countries that had ‘accepted’ them. “Sikh veterans of the British India army played a key role in the original immigration to the Pacific Coast…Some of the first Indian immigrants to Canada were overseas veterans who settled in Canada rather than return to...
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  • Aids India
    making continuous progress in many aspects for a country that has been relatively poor and extremely poverty-stricken. India is also one of the world’s largest democracies meaning that citizens have a great deal of political freedom. The average Indian citizen lives in a rural area and consumes 30...
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  • Resume- Tfi
    I don't have a role model in my life. I learn from the moments and mistakes that I make. I believe learning is a continuous process and can be done from any person. I admire may people for different reasons but I don't restrict my inspiration to a single person. I was elected as vice- president...
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  • Syllabus for Ias
    Public Administration (BA, MA). | 1. Salient features of Indian Society, Diversity of India. | | 1. Role of women and women’s organization, population and associated issues, poverty and developmental issues, urbanization, their problems and their remedies. | | 1. Effects of...
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  • Arun Verma - Curbing Corruption
    . “Corruption in India has wings not wheels”. Common citizens in India pay a bribe of 21,068 crores while availing advantage of one or more of the public eleven services in a year. Corruption is not only limited to government sector. It occurs where the private and public sectors cuts each other...
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  • Management Topics for 2010
    India | Is Leaders Born or are they made in Business Schools? | Is Management an Art or a Science? | The objective of Management is to maximize profits | Should GD be Part of Campus Placements? | Role of Ethics in Business | Is Management Education Required for Business? | Whether Hard...
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  • western style democracy cannot flourish when human rights are being violated
    political, and religious issues. In order to develop my argument in this paper, I will be comparing the democratic system of countries that practice western democracy to the Democratic systems in other parts of the world [Africa, Latin America, and Asia]. I will do this in order to relay the social...
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  • water conservation
    • Journey of Newspaper From Hickey's Gazette to Online Newspapers • Role of Press in Social & Political Movements • Freedom of Press- Role of Press Council of India • Press Ownership and Control • Making News • Analyzing News • Representation of Different...
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  • essay on india of my dreams
    economy had been shuttered and there was unrest all around. In sixty years since independence, the country has made tremendous progress. However, it is still for behind the developed counties of the world. India of my dreams is a peaceful, progressive, literate country free from the pangs of poverty...
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  • Gpers
    greatest man powered countries of the world India is still a developing country. Education and information play an important role in the success of a country. For if a country’s people are for example able to farm and raise poultry they would not have the knowledge to maximize their production. They...
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  • Conservation of Natural Resources
    We should be proud of our country’s natural bounty and unique bio-diversity. India is amongst the rare countries where major biomes of the world are represented. India is one among the twelve countries where 60-70% of the world’s total biodiversity exists. India has two out of the 18 biodiversity...
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  • Inspiration Jinnah
    born, his actions have inspired entire generations including my own. To this day, I seek to embody his manners and principles in everyday life. Muhammad Ali Jinnah (1876-1948) was the son of a lower class Muslim family residing in Karachi, British India. After passing his matriculation exams from the...
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  • Shura
    gain personal benefits after the revolution and they keep protesting and striking which is having a very bad effect on the economical situation of the country, citizens should also respect differences in point of views without getting into huge arguments to fulfill actual democracy, and these...
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  • Inclusion: Growth & Inequality in India
     inclusive  growth  and  development  in   India   are   the   Society   and   the   State.   In   my   opinion,   there   is   no   need   to   press   the   panic   button   yet   and   it   is   very   much...
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  • Passion Pulls
    SCERTs. I am also doing as many columns on this issue as possible, to change the people’s thinking (See my article in Times of India December 06, 2009 issue). There are many companies that are doing such projects and they have approached me after my speeches, and I will try to give them a lift using my...
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  • Haritha
    losing my identity… But, in my new role, I'm supposed to work with 600 government departments knowing fully well that no two government departments get along with one other.” - Nandan Nilekani His success Manthra : His success Manthra Have a clear goal and focus If possible, assemble a team of...
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  • Should the Public Sector Be Privatized
    DAY!! Advantages & Disadvantages along with your opinion • What ails Indian sports? • Infosys placement paper 37 • Infosys placement paper - 15 • Indian villages-our strength or our weakness? • Quality is a myth in India. • How green was my valley..Are we paying the...
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  • Trafficking
    women, adults or children, and foreign nationals or U.S. citizens. Men play many roles in human trafficking; as victims, perpetrators, and advocates. If we are to succeed in combating the beliefs and practices that promote human trafficking it is crucial to recognize that these different roles. While...
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  • Leananana
    believed virtue is teachable and he proposes that virtue is built on the basis of knowledge. IV. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was a political leader during the Indian independence movement and he had an important role in helping India gain independence from British. A. Gandhi aimed to help India...
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  • Easia
    Contents | Report on: Role of eASiA for building a Digital Bangladesh 1 Letter of Transmittal 4 Acknowledgements 5 Abstract 6 Introduction 7 Role of eASIA to Bangladesh and its current Situation 9 Building Capacity 10 Connecting People 12 Serving Citizens 13 Driving Economy 15 Breaking Barriers...
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