• Report on Radisson Blu Hotel
    . Hotel industry witnessing recovery, room tariff jumped by 12% during H1 of 2012 in India Amid jump in demand for hotel rooms from domestic travellers, the hotel tariff rose by 12% during the first six months of this year in India, said recent Hotel Price Index (HPI) report. The reports...
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  • Comparing Commodities in India , China and Usa
    . Soyabean prices climbed sharply in the new marketing season, starting October 1, touching Rs 25/kg by December-end, as companies raced to buy raw material for their factories.  Since India has the capacity to crush four times this year’s soya crop of 8 million tonne, large companies try hard to...
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  • Indian Tourism Industry
    , courtesy “Incredible India Campaign”. Infrastructure in the hospitality sector is still a matter of concern amongst other factors like season-based tourism in some states. India is currently ranked 12th in the Asia Pacific region and 68th overall in the list of the world's attractive destinations...
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  • Xploring the Preferences and Attitude for Packaged Beverages and Snacks Gifting Option During Diwali Season
    ) ANANT ZUTSHI (Deputy Manager-HR) Dabur India Limited Ghaziabad(U.P.),INDIA Associate Professor IILM-CMS Greater Noida 1 DECLARATION We, Ashish Singh, Pankaj Singh and Swakshar Karmakar, Home do hereby declare that the project report on “Gifting options during diwali” season a...
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  • Journey to a New World
    which in turn made a great learning environment. There were two kinds of holidays: the national holidays and the one’s at random. The main holidays are the ones that illustrate the cultures and traditions of India. They have their own seasons and are done in beautiful ways. Second, there are the...
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  • Sugarcane and Sugar Economy
    situation during kharif sowing season 2006 facilitated highest ever coverage of 4.8 million hectares and has witnessed a record production of 345.3 million tonnes (4th Advanced Estimate for 2006-07) in the sugar year 2006-07. [pic] The major states producing sugarcane in India can be...
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  • Philip Jones Griffiths
    . Griffiths' assignments, often self-engineered, took him to more than 120 countries. He continued to work for major publications such as Life and Geo on stories such as Buddhism in Cambodia, droughts in India, poverty in Texas, the re-greening of Vietnam, and the legacy of the Gulf War in Kuwait...
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  • Geography sub-continental notes (india)
    degree's celcius. India has two seasons ⦁ Dry monsoon ⦁ Wet monsoon Dry monsoon. ⦁ October-February. ⦁ Cool winds blow outwards from areas of high pressure in the centre of Asia. ⦁ These dry winds bring freezing temperatures and snow the the north. ⦁ March-June. ⦁ These winds become...
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  • STUDY
    impressive performance at the start of Ranji Trophy season 2012–13 in which he scored two 300+ scores in 4 matches (4/125 and then 303* against Gujarat at Surat; 331 and 3/109 against Railways at Rajkot in the Ranji Trophy 2012–13), he was called up to join the 15-member India Test team to play the...
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  • India
    December and January, reaching temperatures below freezing point. On the other hand the central heartland of India is described as tropical. (Cavendish) India has six different seasons including winter, spring, summer, summer monsoon, autumn and winter monsoons compared to our U.S who has...
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  • Economics of Cultivation of Blackberry
    scenario is a mix of outstanding achievements and missed opportunities. If India has to emerge as an economic power in the world, our agricultural productivity should equal those countries, which are currently rated as economic power of the world. We need a new and effective technology which can improve...
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  • Kakaka
    goals scored in a season during the 2011–12 season, with 73 goals. In the same season, he set the current goalscoring record in a single La Liga season, scoring 50 goals. Also in that season, Messi became the first player ever to have scored as well as assisted in six different official competitions...
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  • History of India's Tourism
    of India is aptly reflected through its numerous festivals and fairs. Bringing out the true spirit of the Indian people and their society, the Indian festivals find their roots in the traditions, religious beliefs, myths and the seasons of the country.  The fairs and festivals either celebrate the...
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  • PATTERN OF FERTILIZER CONSUMPTION IN INDIA
    statistics were also used to analyze the data on total consumption by nutrients, season wise and state wise fertilizer consumption of India. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was applied to assess the significant difference in the consumption of fertilizer components (NPK) and the intensity of fertilizer...
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  • A Study of the Price Differences Between the Lean Season and the Arrival Season of a Commodity
    nonfood products. India is the fifth largest producer of maize in the world contributing 3% of the global production. In India, maize is grown in all the seasons i.e., kharif, Rabi and summer. Of these three seasons, nearly 90% of the production is from kharif season, 7-8% during Rabi season and...
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  • Project on Environmental Science
    area of Tamil Nadu, located in Chennai, South India, is the 8th smallest National Park of India and one of the very few national parks situated inside a city. The park is an extension of the grounds surrounding Raj Bhavan, formerly known as the 'Guindy Lodge', the official residence of the Governor...
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  • laltu kar
    true that you are not literate without computer knowledge. (514) SEASONS OF WEST BENGAL West Bengal has a tropical climate. But it varies from north to south. A cycle of six seasons pervades the atmosphere of West Bengal. They are Summer, Rainy, Autumn, Late Autumn, Winter and Spring. Among these...
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  • Poultry
    ‘Shravan’ (JulyAugust) results in considerable decline in consumption especially in Maharashtra and certain parts of Northern India. Similarly, Tamil month of ‘Puratassi’ in Sep-Oct and ‘Sabarimala Pilgrimage’ in Dec-Jan results in decline in meat consumption in Tamil Nadu and ‘Lent1’ season results...
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  • Papers
    © Kamla-Raj 2006 J. Hum. Ecol., 19(2): 87-93 (2006) Betel Leaf: The Neglected Green Gold of India P. Guha Agricultural and Food Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, West Bengal, India E-mail: pguha@agfe.iitkgp.ernet.in KEYWORDS Agronomy. Anticarcinogen. Betel...
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  • Biology and Management of Key Insect Pests of Pulse Crops
    . Serious cutworm problems are unlikely in the northern India because early sowing of pigeonpea crop. Moths of armyworms are attracted to newly tilled soil to lay their eggs in the fall season, and therefore, they are more likely to be a problem in chickpea fields. Armyworms damage to pulses will be made...
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