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  • “as People Live Longer, Increasing Proportions of the Population Become Not Only Simply Old, but Also Frail and in the Need of Care.”
    Jean 5000 words 1. “There is worrying evidence that there is a persistence of negative culture attitudes towards older people, reflected in poor standards of practice” In particular, a lack of respect and dignity in the way older people are treated (Healthcare Commission et al. 2006). Critica
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  • Hr Managment Problems in Air India
    AIR INDIA PROBLEMS FACED IN RESPECT TO HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT The study reveals how poor management and stubborn work force can drive a monopoly into losses. It also throws light on other lapses such as poor canteen management and payment of excessive allowances. The airline is entering a def
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  • Academic Problems Encountered by Students
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  • Environmental Problems of Mumbai
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  • A Study of Muslim Women Problems in Unorganised Sector: with Special Referenc to Patna
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  • Problems of Developing Countries
    http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/issues/issues26/index.htm Mahmood Hasan Khan is Professor of Economics at Simon Fraser University (Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada). When the paper was prepared on which this pamphlet is based, he was a visiting scholar at the IMF Institute.  Preface Th
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  • Problems Encountered by Women in Educational Sector of Bahawalpur
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  • Students' Problems in Translating Source Language Texts
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  • Indian Railway Problems
      Name | Designation | Contact Numbers | Office of the Minister of Railways | Dr. C. P. Joshi  mr@rb.railnet.gov.in | Minister (Addl. Charge) | +91 11 23386645,23381213 ( Off.)  +91 11 23387333 (Fax) +91 11 23383676 (Fax) | | | Office of the Minister of State for Railways | Shr
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  • The New Technology in an Old Society
    Adv Biochem Engin/Biotechnol (2003) 84: 1 – 48 DOI 10.1007/b11035CHAPTER 1 The Way Ahead – The New Technology in an Old Society Manju Sharma 1 · Renu Swarup 2 1 2 Department of Biotechnology, Ministry of Science & Technology, Government of India, New Delhi, India. E-mail: manju@dbt.nic.
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  • Women Problems in Pakistan
    ‘Problems of Pakistani women’. Introducing the topic, Ms. Shafaq Sheikh gave some facts and figures about state of women in Pakistan, and underlined that most of the problems faced by Pakistani women were common to whole population without any discrimination. Common men as well as women are vic
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  • Legal Age to Drink - Should It Be Changed?
    Legal Age to Drink: Should it be Changed? In this day and age with more sophisticated teens and young people abusing alcohol, the issue concerning whether or not teenagers should be able to drink at a younger age is an important topic. In the article “Perils of Prohibition” Elizabeth M. Whel
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  • Problems of Small Scale Industries
    The path of small entrepreneurs is not rosy. Small entrepreneurs face the following types of problems: (1) Problem of raw materials: A major problem that the small entrepreneurs face is the procurement of raw materials. They have to confront with numerous problems like; i. Availability of i
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  • Old Home
    2 The Ageing Situation in Nepal N. Shrestha 11 The Emerging Ageing Situation in Bangladesh Mehedi H. Khan 21 Population Ageing in Bulgaria E Georgieva 26 Demographic Aspects of Ageing in Limpopo Isabel Mohale 30 Ageing in Turkey Book review 31 Diaries CONTENT
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  • Family Problems
    Family problems, more than money, is top cause of mental disorders Dr. Robin Emsley, speaking recently before members of the Philippine Psychiatric Association, said that the main challenge among psychiatrists is compliance of patients to take medication regularly. Relationship with the family
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  • The Ideas of the Classical Theorists, Particularly Those of Bureaucracy and Scientific Management, Are Generally Considered as Rather Old Fashion and Out of Date, and of Little Relevance to Work and Organization Today. Is This Really the Case?
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  • Socio-Economic Problems of Pakistan
    SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROBLEMS OF PAKISTAN Outline: • Introduction • Problems Faced By Pakistan At The Time Of Inception • Current Scenario • Social Problems i) Poverty ii) Illiteracy iii) Overpopulation iv) Unemployment v) Child Labour vi) Corruption vii) Poor Social Sector Includi
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  • Stress as a Precursor of Health Problems of College Students
    STRESS AS A PRECURSOR OF HEALTH PROBLEMS OF COLLEGE STUDENTS Submitted by: Del Rosario, J. Anne Nicole D. Garcia, Jose Mari B. Yu, Mark Rainier C.S. 2 – BIO 6 September 26, 2011 Thesis Statement: College students who are exposed to extreme stress encounte
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