• Women Entrepreneurs in India – Qualities, Problems. Suggestions and Role of Government in Women Empowerment by Ms.S.Jayachitra, Ph.D., Research Scholar in Commerce, Erode Arts and Science College, Erode, Tamil Nadu,
    Tamil Nadu, India. E-mail: chituxdolly@gmail.com WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN INDIA - EMERGING ISSUES AND CHALLENGES ABSTRACT Women entrepreneurship is gaining importance in India in the wake...
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  • Positioning and Repositioning
    increasing investment behind its power brands, in innovation, quality improvement and marketing. These have been backed by major sales initiatives. In rural India, the focus is to further extend reach, which has resulted in direct coverage of about 46% of the rural population as of now. In urban markets, the objective...
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  • Cottle Taylor
    Case study : Cottle Taylor Problems faced by the company: The main issue faced is to determine the extent of product mix in a developing nation like that of India and to make the maximum revenue out of the current scenario. Various factors are contributing to the above issue * The demography and...
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  • Squatter
    Squatter by Rohinton Mistry is a short story depicting the challenges faced by immigrants in foreign countries. He is very clever in trying to get the message of this story across. Mr.Mistry shows the issues faced by immigrants in a humorous yet attention-grabbing manner. For example, Sarosh’s difficulty...
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  • Seren
    used to deal with their population problems. In the 20th century, the population problems have become very serious for whatever developing countries or developed countries. However, different countries use their diverse strategies to solve their own population problems, such as overpopulation, high death...
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  • Ikea’s Global Sourcing Challenge: Indian Rugs and Child Labor
    internal analysis of the issues that they have faced as of the time of the case. Next, I will detail the issues IKEA faced in the years prior to the Indian rugs and child labor challenge. Then I will describe the Indian rug and child labor problem that IKEA faced and the management issues surrounding it...
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  • Social Problems
    India Untouched The Forgotten Face of Rural Poverty Abraham M. George THE WRITERS’ COLLECTIVE Independent Books for Independent Readers India Untouched: The Forgotten Face of Rural Poverty ©2005 Abraham M. George ©2004 New York Times. Op-Ed Column by Thomas Friedman, used in the...
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  • Maggi
    MAGGI 2-MINUTE Noodles is one of the largest & most loved snack food brands that defines the Instant Noodles category in India. We’ve recently launched two new flavours in the short space of two months – Thrillin Curry & Tricky Tomato Noodles. Blending Emotions with ingredients , the two new...
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  • Planning
    Five Year Plans in India First Five-Year Plan (1951-1956) Prime minister: Jawaharlal Nehru Budget: Rs.2,069 crore Objectives  the standard of living  Community and agriculture development  Energy and irrigation  Communications and transport  Industry  Land rehabilitation  Social services  Target...
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  • Women Empowerment
    hild Molestation In India: “Molest me, I am just a Child” 3 Comments | Filed on Tuesday, May 5th, 2009 in Society | Submit your opinions 7 0 14 14  Share14 -Anshul Tewari On 3rd May, 2009, the Sunday Hindustan Times carried a story of a 12 year old ragpicker who became a mother at the tender age...
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  • Problems of Working Women
    rocketing cost of living, increasing expenses on education of children, increasing cost of housing properties in India force every family in India to look for ways and means of increasing the household income. As a result, women in India who were mostly known as homemakers are forced to go for jobs and...
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  • Ethics
    employment of child labor from two ethical frameworks or views – Consequentialist theory and the Deontologist theory. The essay ends with the criticisms faced by these two theories and the difference in the approaches followed by the managers/MNC owners while resolving the child labor issue. A multinational...
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  • Malnutrition in India
    MALNUTRITION IN INDIA India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies sitting on a population of 1.241 billion [1]. Yet still, since its independence in 1947 majority of Indian population is either at or below the National Poverty Line. According to a report by the World Bank, malnutrition in India is more...
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  • Challenges to Ngo
    organizational success, non-profit organizations are faced with many obstacles. A non-profit organization often faces a number of issues in the different phases of its growth. Some of these are: Lack of proper management, Lack of resources, superimposed chargers, problems in fund raising, newly imposed legal laws...
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  • brain drain
    migrate from under-developed countries and settle down: advanced countries, their migration is called “Brain Drain”. This problem is not peculiar to India alone. It is being faced by almost all the developing country of the world. Brain drain results in direct loss to the underdeveloped and poor countries...
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  • Economic
    1 Overpopulation First of all, the factor that has cause to poverty is overpopulation. For example, Vietnam is one of the countries that had faced the problem of overpopulation which cause to poverty. According to the research, the population of Vietnam is the third in Southeast Asian and thirteen in...
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  • Old Age Problems
    In India more than 8.1 crore population is above 60 years of age. Its sums up to 8 percent of the total population of India. Uttar Pradesh has the largest population of senior citizens with 1.5 crore, followed by Maharastra with 85 Lac, West Bengal with 57 Lac and Bihar with 55 Lac. More than 30% of...
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  • Essay
    November 5, 2011 The State of Child Welfare in India Child welfare is often a topic that is over looked or rarely talked about on a world stage. We have all heard about big cases of child sex trafficking, forced marriages, and even children being used in criminal activities but by and large child...
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  • Women Entrepreneurs from India
    Bishnu Sharma and David Gadenne Firm Size and Use of Information Sources in Location Decisions Pauline Sullivan et al. Women Entrepreneurs From India: Problems, Motivations and Success Factors Mallika Das Guidelines for Authors JOURNAL OF SMALL BUSINESS & ENTREPRENEURSHIP A PUBLICATION DEVOTED TO...
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  • Social and Economic Issues in India
    Social and Economic issues. In India Since India's Independence in 1947, country has faced several social and economic issues. |Contents | |1 Violence | |1.1 Religious violence ...
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