• Speech
    Opening Speech By Professor J.D.Agarwal Professor of Finance & Chairman Indian Institute of Finance, Delhi jda@iif.edu Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Professors Aman Agarwal, Yamini Agarwal and Saurabh Agarwal for their helpful comments on the earlier draft of this speech. I would...
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  • Rain Water Harvesting
    during heavy storms leads to the discharge of raw sewage when treatment plant capacity cannot handle the combined flow. Rainwater harvesting systems are simple to install and operate. Running costs are negligible, and they provide water at the point of consumption. Rainwater harvesting in urban communities...
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  • Effect of Bollywood on the Status of Indian Women
    society, or from the father of her childen” wrote V. Ramalingswami in an article of “The Asian Enigma”. Since the time of medieval India, women in the society have been subject to constant repression by their male counterparts. The age long oppression of women still carries on till date...
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  • Barriers of Shg
    Barriers of SHG women and the role of SHG in eradicating poverty Abstract: Microfinance (SHG) leads to decrease in vulnerability. Main component of vulnerability is from poverty. In 2007, the microfinance market served more than 33 million borrowers and 48 million savers. Statistics provided by...
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  • The Impact of Microfinancing Institutions in the Livelihood of the Rural Population
    the main philosophy of farming transformed from generation after generation. Nowadays, poverty is considered as the main unbalancing element of the human being and nature. It is therefore truly said,’ Poverty anywhere is threat to everywhere.” Its effect is becoming alarming day by day. not only the...
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  • Should india give up kashmir
     SHOULD INDIA GIVE UP KASHMIR INTRODUCTION: Kashmir is the northwestern region of the Indian subcontinent. Until the mid-19th century, the term Kashmir geographically denoted only the valley between the Great Himalayas and the Pir Panjal mountain range...
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  • The New Development Communication: a Review of Emerging Philosophy, Trends and Practices Globally and in Africa
    and electronic means of human interaction. Scholars who study communication analyze the development of communication skills in humans and theorize about how communication can be made more effective.Humans convey information through a variety of methods: speaking, telephones, email, blogs, TV, art,...
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  • Modernization Theory
    Theoretical origins of modernization: The theory of modernization has its roots in the ideas of some scholars they produced different theories about the origins, characters, and future path of modern industrial society. Which we can now examine closely: Emile Durkheim: Durkheim proposes that there...
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  • globalisation
    This so called ‘world liberator’ however has not escaped criticism as opponents claim that it has been the cause of social evils and rising levels of poverty in developing countries. Due to the nature of globalization and in its bid to open up social, economic and political boundaries currently in place...
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  • Swami Vivekananda
    Contents | 1 Biography of Swami Vivekananda | 1.1 Birth and Early life | | 1.2 With Ramakrishna | | 1.3 Wanderings in India | | 1.4 In the west | | 1.5 Back in India | | 1.6 Death | | | 2 Principles and Philosophy of Swami Vivekananda | | 3 Works of Swami Vivekananda | |...
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  • Management 115
    Lama's Peace Prize Acceptance Speech Your Majesty, Member of the Nobel Committee, Brothers and Sisters: I am very happy to be here with you today to receive the Nobel Prize for peace. I feel honored, humbled, and deeply moved that you should give this important prize to a simple monk from Tibet. I am no...
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  • Gandhi and Bhuddism
    He did not see Buddhism as a new religion but, historically, as the most daring effort made to reform and revitalize the sanatan Hindu tradition of India. He saw it as the most revolutionary attempt to propagate the doctrine of ahimsa, or nonviolence, in its widest sense. His concept of Truth as God and...
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  • End of Poverty Guide
    The End of Poverty Jeffrey Sachs, Penguin Books, London England 2005 Reviewed by Stan Rowland 3/30/2006 Jeffrey Sachs was a professor of Economics at Harvard for 38 years and was a major consultant for many nations. He now heads the Earth Institute. His...
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  • Muhammad Yunus from 0 to Nobel
    lending" in the developing world, in the process becoming an institution known and respected internationally for a creative and effective approach to poverty alleviation. Grameen's willingness to make extremely small loans at relatively modest rates of interest to borrowers without traditional forms of collateral...
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  • Feminist Conflict Theory Through the Movie Water
    film is set just prior to World War 2 there are undoubtedly many supporters of the ancient texts still out there – Mehta was prevented from filming in India by some of them and "Water" was eventually filmed in Sri Lanka. I find it impossible to have any sympathy for their position because it really amounts...
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  • Narendra Modi's Quest for Becoming Prime Minister
    11 Decline in Poverty 11 Rise in Education 12 Modi as a Mass Leader 13 Engaging with the people 13 Connecting with the people 14 Criticisms of Narendra Modi 16 Man versus Party 16 The Petty ‘I’ 17 Divide and Fall 18 The Playground Bully 18 The Charm Deficit 19 India is not Gujarat...
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  • Healthcare Administration
    JUL-AUG 2013 Letter to The Editor Stop Kudankulam Nuclear Plant in India The people of India will hold the AERB, the NPCIL, the DAE, the MoEF, the TNPCB and the Government of Tamil Nadu and the Government of India squarely responsible for any untoward incidents that may happen at the KKNPP...
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  • Corruption
    reveals that there is an inverse correlation between democracy and corruption; the more democracy and the less corruption. This study argues that a simple ‘electoral democracy’ is not sufficient to reduce corruption. The role of sound democratic institutions, including an independent judiciary and an...
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  • Good Governance
    The Challenge of Good Governance in India: Need for Innovative Approaches by Balmiki Prasad Singh * Abstract This paper makes an effort to provide a framework for good governance in India by identifying its essential features and shortcomings in its working and emphasizes need for innovative approaches...
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  • National Youth Day
    National Youth Day is celebrated in India on 12 January on the birthday of Swami Vivekananda. In 1984, the Government of India declared and decided to observe the birthday of Swami Vivekananda (12 January, according to the English calendar) as a National Youth Day every year from 1985 onwards. To quote...
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