• happy and prosperous india
    languages organised by the Tata group where over 2 million students across 100 cities have participated from 3500 schools Chennai, Friday October 8, 2010 - Tata group felicitated the city level winners of the 1st edition of ‘Tata Building India School Essay Competition - Tamil 2009-10’. Around 1.3...
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  • French Sylabus
    8. Arabic, Sinhala, Tamil: Assessment at a glance 8.1 Scheme of assessment summary All candidates take Papers 1 and 2. Paper 1: Composition (1½ hours) Section A – 15 marks One composition of about 120 words from a choice of three topics. Section B – 30 marks One essay of about 200 words...
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  • Culture of a Country for New Comer
    Sri Lankans. As example we can mention the wedding and religious functions. Religious differences too prevail among these communities. In Tamil community we find Hindus and Christians along with Muslims (speaking Tamil as mother language). In Sinhala community we find Christians and Buddhists. No...
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  • Research on Kannathil Muthamittal
    films that assume a purely local audience and regional returns. But it is too premature to suggest a trend at a time when Tamil cinema remains a primarily local industry compared to its Hindi language counterpart (Rajadhyaksha; Pillai). My interest in this essay lies in interrogating Ratnam's films...
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  • English as a Global Language
    typical nor limited in her learning and imagination. She was widely read in Tamil and Kannada, and comfortable in the world of ideas. These were the parents who gave Ramanujan the telling metaphor of father language and mother tongue that enlightens much of the analysis found in the essays of this...
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  • Computer
    be commended. -Thc Moll, Modras. GREAT SERVICE TO TAMIL LANGUAGE I have gone through rhe book "Learn .Tamll In thlrty havedone great days" with Sreat interest. The Publishers seivlcc to the Tamil languageby brlnglng out the book whlch ls the need of the hour. Tamll is probably the in oldest...
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  • riders to the sea
    General Linguistics (Common for English, Islamic History) Kavya and Grammar I (Hindi) Translation and General Essays (Tamil) Secretarial Practice and Translation (Arabic) History of India – Medieval and Modern Period (Hindi) Introduction to Sociology (Common for Sociology, Economics, English...
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  • Subramainaya Baharathi
    Tamil poet he ranked with Ilanko, Thiruvalluvar and Kamban. His writings gave new life to the Tamil language - and to Tamil national consciousness. He involved himself actively in the Indian freedom struggle. It is sometimes said of Bharathi that he was first an Indian and then a Tamil. Perhaps, it...
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  • Ak Ramanujan
    both English and Kannada. Ramanujan wore many hats as a Indian poet, scholar and author, those of a philologist, folklorist, translator, poet and playwright. His academic research ranged across five languagesTamil,Kannada, Telugu, Sanskrit, and English. He published works on both classical and modern...
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  • Unity in Diversity Skit
    kaveri what u have written. Ghazal : Sir me??? Teacher: yes u.. Ghazal:India is a very big country...Bihar is the capital of india...our national language is bihari.. Milind:What r u saying..chennai is the capital of india & tamil is national language of india. Shreyans: No…Punjabi is...
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  • Love Poem for a Wife
    Poems from a Classical Tamil Anthology (1967) and Folktales from India, Oral Tales from Twenty Indian Languages (1991) are good examples of his work in Indian folklore studies.[2] ------------------------------------------------- Controversy regarding his essay[edit source | editbeta] His 1991 essay...
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  • English
    Free sample essay on The Importance of English. The importance of English cannot be underestimated. In our nation there are many languages. The mother tongue of the Canadians is different from the mother tongue of the Telugus. The mother tongue of the Bengalis is different from the...
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  • English
    & fisheries- Social geography – population-density and distribution-Natural calamities – disaster managementUnit IV. History and culture of India South Indian history-Culture and Heritage of Tamil people--Advent of European invasion-Expansion and consolidation of British rule-Effect of British rule on socio...
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  • English Lit
    assessment summary All candidates take Papers 1 and 2. Paper 1: Composition Section A – 30 marks One composition of about 120 words from a choice of two topics. Section B – 60 marks One essay of about 200 words from a choice of three topics. Weighting: 45% of total marks Paper 2: Language Usage and...
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  • One Malaysia
    1Malaysia. Therefore, in this essay, I would like to talk about the success and failures of three measures taken by government to fulfill the objective of realizing the concept of 1 Malaysia. The first thing I would like to talk about is the measures taken to avoid racial polarization in education...
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  • Media and Resources
    Essay on the importance of English language in India SUMAN ESSAY English came to India with the British rulers. With their prosperity on the Indian soil, their language English also prospered. Since the British left Indian shores, it was hoped that English also would leave this country at no...
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  • Ramanujan’s Poetic Capabilities and Poetic Style
    RAMANUJAN’s POETIC CAPABILITIES AND POETIC STYLE. -A.K.Ramanujan, a trans-disciplinary scholar, working as a poet linguist and folklorist, has been recognized as a great scholar of South Asian Language and culture. Ramanujan is considered a transitional figure. He had command of Kannada and Tamil...
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  • An Astrologers Day
    Tamil, a language spoken by over sixty million people in India. Narayan published his first novel (in English) in 1935, during the turbulent division of India. His writing ranges from retellings of classical Hindu myths and stories to essays, short stories, and novels. Unlike some other Indian...
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  • S. Chandrashekhar
    the scattering of light from molecules. Education began at home with Sitalakshmi giving instruction in Tamil and English, while C. S. Ayyar taught his children English and arithmetic before departing for work in the morning and upon returning in the evening. The reader is Is this Essay helpful...
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  • English as a National Foreign Language
    – domination by consent of all parties, including the dominated – language is intimately involved in the manufacture of ideological consent and in turn where power resides. Tamil Nadu provides for a very insightful case study in this regard. The MOI issue in Tamil Nadu is bound by issues of power...
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