• Ntrhing
    to do what they like. There are certain basic rules that the citizens and the government have to follow. All such rules together are called constitution. As the supreme law of the country, the constitution determines the rights of citizens, the powers of the government and how the government should function...
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  • Inspiration Jinnah
    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 University...
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  • Similarities and Difference Between Hinduism and Buddhism.
    any priests. The rituals, being followed by the Hindus are more complex and vary from birth to death of a person. Besides, priests do play important role in all the rituals. The Buddhists do not believe in the stages of life. People can join any of the stages any time depending upon their spiritual...
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  • The President
    The President of India, (Hindi: भारत के राष्ट्रपति[1] Sanskrit) is the head of state and first citizen of India, as well as the Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Armed Forces.Although Article 53 of the Constitution states that the President can exercise their powers directly,[2] with few exceptions, all...
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  • Arun Verma - Curbing Corruption
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I feel immense pleasure to give the credit of my term paper not only one individual as this work is integrated effort of all those who concerned with it. I want to owe my thanks to all those individuals who guided me to move on the track. This report tells...
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  • Corruption
    is government in which power and civic responsibility are exercised by all adult citizens, directly, or through their freely elected representatives. Democracies conduct regular free and fair elections open to citizens of voting age. Democracy rests upon the principles of majority rule and individual...
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  • Rsby
    Yojana) in the state of Assam” submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirement of the PGDM program of NATIONAL INSURANCE ACADEMY SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT is my original work and the project is not submitted previously to any institution for the award of any degree, associateship, fellowship or any other similar...
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  • Shura
    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 impediments can be avoided...
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  • Ethics
    and its relevance to citizens. Objectives After studying this lesson you will be able to explain the meaning of Political Science in the light of some standard definitions; distinguish between Political Science and Politics; describe the scope of Political Science in terms of role of the State, functions...
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  • water conservation
    through sound, screen and print form, which help to shape our sense of self and our relationship with the society. Over the past few years, media in India have grown significantly. They, in fact, have become part of all areas of life. They are generating profit and employment, providing information on...
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  • What Is Hindutva, and What Role Has It Played in Indian Identity Politics?
    Essay: What is Hindutva, and what role has it played in Indian identity politics? Through the duration of my study, it has become clear to me that Hindutva has many different meanings to many different people. Although there are many differing interpretations of Hindutva, at its core it is simply...
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  • Rang de Basanti - Consumption, Citizenship and the Public Sphere
    have seen the light of the day. In addition, I would like to thank my parents, Gowri and Sudhir for all their support, love and encouragement in this project as well as in all aspects of my life. Last but not the least, I express my gratitude to Venkat, for without him this thesis would not have been...
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  • E-Governance
    is hereby certified that I, ABHILASH CHOUDHARY(Roll No. 22-HBCM-11)hereby submit, the project report entitled”ELECTRONIC-GOVERNANCE ” to the best of my knowledge and ability in lieu of the award for B.Com. (Hons)- 2nd semester. I hereby thank the honoured Principal Prof. J. L. Bhagat, H.O.D. Commerce...
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  • Ways to Prosper in Current Economics Times
    reduce if possible. These measures will boost economy by construction of new assets, which in turn, create employment and enhance production. • My government will maintain the momentum of growth. The impact of three stimulus packages, reduced interest rates, encouraged and assured credit flows to...
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  • Conservation of Natural Resources
    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 hot spots in the world. India has rich traditional knowledge...
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  • Sardar Patel
    It is the prime responsibility of every citizen to feel that his country is free and to defend its freedom is his duty. The most influential person for me is the great freedom fighter ‘Sardar Vallabh bhai Patel’, who was born in 1875. His contributions are really inspirational and without him we will...
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  • Is Constitution Mandatory for a Nation? What Are Your Personal Views?
    Definition of Constitution 2 3. General Features 3 4. Types of constitutions 4 5. Reasons for enactment of the constitution 5 6. My views  Its importance 8  Its significance 9 7. Bibliography 10 Constitution- an introduction A constitution...
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  • Racism Towards East Indians in Canada
    superior and has the right to rule others. (Dictionary.com, 2007) According to the definition, the experience felt by the new immigrants in Vancouver from India was definitely racism. The idea that the white race was superior was one that was established firmly in most of the Canadian’s way of thinking. It is...
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  • Leananana
    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 gain independence through mass civil disobedience and his philosophy was found on total nonviolence. B....
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  • Class X - Democratic Politics Book
    September 1973, hours before his death. What do you read on everyone’s face in this photograph? EMOCRAC ACY 1.1 TWO TALES OF DEMOCRACY “Workers of my homeland! I have faith in Chile and its future. Chileans will overcome this dark and bitter moment when treason became dominant. You must never forget...
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