• Hinglish
    A “mother tongue” is quite literally the language of the speaker’s mother. However, a child is not born with knowledge of this language nor is it something which is genetically transmitted. According to linguists, children can learn easily whichever languages they are exposed to till around the age of...
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  • Indian Literature
    Introduction * Related * Contributors & Bibliography Indian literature, writings of the Indian subcontinent, produced there in a variety of languages, including Sanskrit, Prākrit, Pāli, Bengali, Bihārī, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Rajāsthānī, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu...
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  • Economist - N D Jadhav
    political vision. It must shape our educational policy. His book on the Indian economy must shape our thinking on economic policy.” Extracts from the Speech by the Honourable Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh (http://pmindia.nic.in/lspeech.asp?id=227) AN OBSERVATION BY THE HONOURABLE PRIME...
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  • Current Afairs
    winners with their category award. The King’s Speech” won the top Academy Award, for best picture, giving the British royals drama a total of four Oscars. Award Category | Nominated Winner | Actor in a Leading Role | Colin Firth in The King’s Speech | Actor in a Supporting Role | Christian Bale...
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  • Speech
    Marathi Manual Language and Culture 1 Prepared by: Kelsea David Natalie Hardage Crista Lindsey Texas State University class of 2011 Academic Advisor Rahul Charkraborty 2 This manual was prepared to assist speech-language pathologists in their effective treatment of people with speech and...
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  • India
    REPUBLIC OF INDIA INTRODUCTION India, officially the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia, and a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the World Trade Organization, the South Asian Regional Co-operation Organization and the United Nations. The name India is derived from the River Indus...
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  • Early Years of the Press (Special on India)
    EARLY YEARS OF THE PRINTING MEDIA:- Acta Diuna (Journal of the day) was the earliest known journal. It is a handwritten news bulletin distributed in the Forum Romanum. This was in the 1st century B.C during the time ofJulius Caesar. The first printed newspaper appeared in Peiking (Beijing) in the 8th...
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  • INDIA
    to constitute Mumbai were home to communities of fishing colonies. "India is the cradle of human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most astrictive materials in the history...
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  • Famous Musicians
    from the Red Fort on the eve of India’s first Republic Day ceremony, on January 26, 1950. His recital had become a cultural part of India's Independence Day Celebrations, telecast on Doordarshan every year on August 15. After the Prime Minister's speech from Lal Qila (the Red Fort,) in Old Delhi, Doordarshan...
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  • History
    Other names | Lokmanya Tilak | Organization | Indian National Congress | Political movement | Indian Independence Movement | Lokmanya Tilak (Marathi: बाळ गंगाधर टिळक  pronunciation (help·info) Born as Keshav Gangadhar Tilak) 23 July 1856–1 August 1920(aged 64), was an Indian nationalist, teacher...
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  • Man on Earth
    but broken by an intruding wedge of Himyaritic Semites (South Arabians) in Abyssinia; (3) the Egyptians (Copts and Fellahin) all now assimilated in speech to the Arabs. * Semites Some recent genetic studies found that analysis of the DNA of Semitic-speaking peoples suggests that they have some common...
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  • Should Grading System Should Be There in Cbse
    and low castes, between the majority Hindu community and Indians who practised other faiths. The citizens of this vast land spoke many different languages, wore many different kinds of dress, ate different kinds of food and practised different professions. How could they be made to live together in ...
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  • From Toefl Ibt
    2007– 08 Policies in this Bulletin are in effect from July 2007 through June 2008. Test of English as a Foreign Language People’s Republic of China Information and Registration ™ BULLETIN for Internet-based Testing (iBT) TOEFL iBT Your TOEFL representative is Overseas Testing Division...
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  • Marathi Press India
    Marathi: Big Newspapers Are Elephants By Robin Jeffrey To understand the Marathi press, one needs to appreciate two cities-Mumbai (Bombay) and Pune (Poona). Mumbai is the Manhattan of India-a buzzing, multi- lingual magnet of an island. As well as the industrial and commercial focus of India, it is...
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  • History of India
    article is about the history of the Indian Subcontinent prior to the Partition of India in 1947. For the history of the modern Republic of India, see History of the Republic of India. For the histories of Pakistan and Bangladesh see History of Pakistan and History of Bangladesh. Also for South...
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  • Information Technology
    LILA: Cellular Telephone Speech Databases from Asia Eric Sanders (1), Asuncion Moreno (2), Herbert Tropf (3), Lynette Melnar (4), Nurit Dekel (5), Breanna Gillies (6), Niklas Paulsson (7) (1)SPEX, The Netherlands (2)UPC, Spain (3)Siemens AG, Germany (4)Motorola, USA (5)NSC, Israel (6)Appen, Australia...
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  • Indian Regional Newspapers vs English Newspapers
    2) Introduction to Regional Indian Newspapers 3) English Newspapers • Free Press Journal • Indian Express 4) Marathi Newspapers • Saamna • Lokmat 5) Urdu Newspapers • Inquilab • Urdu Times 6) Gujarati & Hindi Newspapers ...
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  • Role Model
    13th centuries (Carman 1974, p. 27). From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sant Eknath (1533–1599) was a prominent Marathi Saint, scholar and religious poet. In the development of Marathi literature, Sant Eknath is seen as a bridge between the towering predecessors Dnyaneshwar and Naamdev and the equally...
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  • Ancoring for College Day
    programmes / activities / sports equipments / other equipments. Four proposals were sent for QIP from our college: 1. Three days National Conference from Electronics Department. 2. Two Days State level Conference from Commerce Department. 3. Lecture series for various subjects. 4. For Equipments (Digital Camera...
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  • Lokmanya Tilak
    transferred to Poona as Assistant Deputy Educational Inspector. During Bal’s school days, his father regularly made him recite the sub-hashitas, shlokas and other verses in Sanskrit and Marathi. As was customary in those days, Bal got married at a young age in 1871. A year later he lost his father. His...
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