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  • Youth Power
    YOUTH POWER Everyone believes in his youth that the world really began with him, and that all merely exist for his sake. * Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe, Great Quotes for Great Educators Youth is the first victim of war; the first fruit of peace. - King Baudouin I, King of Belgium According
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  • Youth Revolution
    Communist and Post-Communist Studies 39 (2006) 365e386 www.elsevier.com/locate/postcomstud Civil society, youth and societal mobilization in democratic revolutions Taras Kuzio* George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA Available online 5 September 2006 Abstract Youth have played
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  • Pepsico India
    PepsiCo India Introduction: PepsiCo entered India in 1989 and has grown to become the country’s largest selling food and Beverage Company. One of the largest multinational investors in the country, PepsiCo has established a business which aims to serve the long term dynamic needs of consumers in
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  • Muslims Condition in India
    We The Muslims BY [pic] Synopsis “Status of the Muslim community today, i.e in the post Independent India” is the main concern of this book. For the last many decades, it has been the burning issue in India as to whether the Muslim Community has gone down much
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  • Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in Bangladesh
    combating Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism in Bangladesh Muhammad Ashikur Rahman Introduction Bangladesh has arguably not yet been a safe haven for money launderers, nor a pivot for terrorist financing as there is still absence of phenomena that typically make a country attractive
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  • Transforming India
    Transforming INDIA By empowerment of the people of INDIA Through Relevant Education & Vocational Training By Krishan Khanna Supported By Printed in India by Sheetal Prints, 211, Pragati Industrial Estate, Dr. N. M. Joshi Marg, Lower Parel East, Mumbai - 400 011. Published in India by
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  • Challenges Faced by Youth
    It is not rare to hear the phrase “Pakistan’s future is very bright, because we have a seven crore youth population.” this has become part of the most widely used rhetoric about our country’s future and this rhetoric is even more prevalent on our national days. Youth is a not biological age
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  • Terrorism in Pakistan
    Terrorism is the systematic use of terror, often violent, especially as a means of coercion. In the international community, however, terrorism has no legally binding, criminal law definition.[1][2] Common definitions of terrorism refer only to those violent acts which are intended to create fear (t
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  • Separatist Movements in India
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY S eparatist movements in India can broadly be divided in to various categories on the basis of various factors like geographical locations of area, historical backgrounds, ethnicity, language & religion, etc. The first important movement discussed in the paper is struggl
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  • Today's Youth
    Today’s Youth I deeply desire that this article would impact your thinking towards the Youth of Today, their potential and capabilities and what they mean to India. I believe that the youth of today are the symbol of strength and power of our nation. Someone has rightly remarked and I quote,
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  • Corruption in India
    Corruption in India. As the reverend Mahatma would have said that, the throng must have promised to do the same. Today, the same sentence but with “not” being superfluous, is agreeable. Recent time is witnessing a sharp fall in the values and morals of human beings. Evincing the very fact,
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  • Role and Achivements of the Oic Mission
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  • Terrorism
    Terrorism has gradually uprooted the ethics of civilization. It is the greatest enemy of our nation. By the help of some ill-advised persons, it is now flourishing rapidly. Collecting funds is no more a tough job for them. Terrorism has acquired global dimensions. Developed nations may play a good r
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  • India Russia
    IndiaRussia relations 1 India–Russia relations India-Russian relations India Russia Indo-Russian relations refer to the bilateral relations between the Republic of India and the Russian Federation. During the Cold War, India and the Soviet Union (USSR) enjoyed a strong strategic, m
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  • Political Scenario in India
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY India is heading for the 2014 General Election, which will decide which party is going to get the clear majority in the Parliament. As a part of preparation for the big political battle, all the parties seem to be ready with their campaigning strategy and issues. The recently
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  • Managing Conflicts in India
    February 2009 Managing Separatist Insurgencies Insights from Northeastern India Walter C. Ladwig III Predoctoral Fellow Miller Center of Public Affairs University of Virginia A paper prepared for International Studies Association Annual Conference 16-18 February 2009 New York ***N
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  • Medical Tourism in India
    CHAPTER .1 Introduction Medical tourism in India After the silicon rush India is now considered as the golden spot for treating patients mostly from the developed countries and Far East for ailments and procedures of relatively high cost and complexity. India is also aggressively promoting
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  • Cyberlaws in India
    Chapter 19 Cyber Laws in India Objectives: This chapter presents the meaning and definition of cyber crime, the legislation in India dealing with offences relating to the use of or concerned with the abuse of computers or other electronic gadgets. The Information Technology Act 2000 and the I.T. Am
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