"Tara By Mahesh Dattani" Essays and Research Papers

  • Tara By Mahesh Dattani

    SOCIAL ISSUES AND ITS EFFECTS IN MAHESH DATTANI’S “TARAMahesh Dattani, the writer of the play Tara is an actor, playwright, dancer, director, teacher and screenplay writer. Dattani has won prestigious Sahitya Akademi Award for his play”Final Solutions” and that play deals with Communalism. Mahesh Dattani is a spokesman for all the marginalized people. The play “Tara” was first performed as “Twinkle Tara” at the Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Bangalore, on October 23, 1990. Tara is a play which exposes the...

    Conjoined twins, Family, Gender 1331  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gender and Tara

    Andharia Darshangi's Assignments Friday, 6 April 2012 Gender Discrimination in Mahesh Dattani’s “Tara”                                          Name: Darshangi Andharia                     Paper: E-c-202: Indian Writing in English        Topic: Gender Discrimination in Mahesh Dattani’s “Tara”                                         SEM: 2, part 1                                     Year: 2011-2012                                         Submitted to,                                ...

    Discrimination, Feminism, Gender 1170  Words | 5  Pages

  • About Mahesh Dattani

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Mahesh Dattani Born 7 August 1958 (age 54) Bangalore, India Awards Sahitya Akademi award Website http://www.maheshdattani.com/ Mahesh Dattani (7 August 1958) is an Indian director, actor and writer. He wrote such plays as Final Solutions,[1] Dance Like a Man, Bravely Fought the Queen, On a Muggy Night in Mumbai, Tara and 30 days in September[2][3] He is the first playwright in English to be awarded the Sahitya Akademi...

    Academy Award, Award, Indian Literature 371  Words | 2  Pages

  • Final Solution by Mahesh Dattani

    house, where causes of Hindus and Muslims hatred are being discussed and strange secrets of terror, greed, avarice and communal hatred are being revealed. The details of stage given in the play help the audience to experience the shifts in time, Dattani keeps shuffling the frames:- “Within the confines of the ramp is a bare born presentation of the house of GANDHI’S with just wooden blocks for furniture. However upstage perhaps as an elevation a detailed kitchen and a Pooja room. “ When the curtain...

    Family, Hindu, Hinduism 2657  Words | 7  Pages

  • The portrayal of women characters in Mahesh Dattani

    English 201 14 October 2013 A Portrayal Of Women Characters By Mahesh Dattani While thinking about writing a research paper on female characters under the context of Indian play wrighters, the mind suddenly striked with that glorious name of a writer who was the first Indian English playwright to win a Sahitya Akademi Award. It is not that the former writers are less significant but Mahesh Dattani reveals his genius through the representation of the suppressed invisible issues...

    Feminism, Gender, Gender identity 5858  Words | 14  Pages

  • Final Solution by Mahesh Dattani

    throw up countless such incidents in independent to secular India. Such incidents and communal violence in India between Hindus and Muslims was underscored emphatically by the brutal bloodshed in Gujarat in 2002. These were some of the issues that Dattani had actually dramatized in the form of Final Solutions earlier, dealing with the recurring rhetoric of hatred, aggression, the monetary and political exploitation of communal riots, in chauvinism and parochial mindset of the fundamentalists, in the...

    Hindu, Islam, Muslim 4446  Words | 11  Pages

  • The Marginalized Groups in Indian Social Construct: A Critical Study of Mahesh Dattani

    Association Unifying the Sciences, Engineering, and Applied Research) The Marginalized Groups in Indian Social Construct: A Critical Study of Mahesh Dattani 1 Sanjiv Kumar, 2Dr. Prakash Bhadury Research Scholar, Kumaun University, Nainital, Uttarakhand , India 2 Assistant Professor, NIT Hamirpur, Himanchal Pradesh, India 1 Abstract: Dattani is one of the prominent exponents of Indian drama in English (IDE), especially with his contributions in the 90s India when the dram of roots has...

    Bourgeoisie, Gender, India 4963  Words | 15  Pages

  • The Cult of Tara

    Tara in Tibetan Buddhism “The worship of the goddess Tara is one of the most widespread of Tibetan cults, undifferentiated by sect, education, class, or position; from the highest to the lowest, the Tibetans find with his goddess a personal and enduring relationship unmatched by any other single deity, even among those of their gods more potent in appearance or more profound in symbolic association.”1 Tara is thought to protect her people from “the cradle to beyond the grave; and, as Stephanie...

    14th Dalai Lama, Buddhism, Dalai Lama 2490  Words | 12  Pages

  • Mahesh Duttani

    Asmitatheatre | ------------------------------------------------- Top of FormBottom of Form | | Mahesh Dattani's Final Solutions   Final Solutionsby Mahesh Dattani    Direction Arvind Gaur  Translation Shahid Anwar MusicDr.Sangeeta Gaur  Kavita Nagpal Hindustan TimesMahesh Dattani's final solutions in its Hindustan avatar sound and look much better than it did in the original English. Translator Shahid Anwar and director Arvind Gaur have made major improvements – and not merely of the cosmetic...

    Arvind Gaur, Audience, Bombay Riots 3168  Words | 8  Pages

  • Book Review of Tara Revisited

    Review of: Tara Revisited Maria Kelly History 204.401 May 8, 2008 Throughout History, women have played various roles, but often time portrayed much differently. In Tara Revisited Catherine Clinton analyzes the women of the South during and after the Civil War and discusses the myths and realities. Often in literature and movies, there was an idealized picture of a gentle and romantic picture of Southern life, yet this was not the realistic picture. Tara Revisited...

    African American, American Civil War, Black people 855  Words | 3  Pages

  • Quest for Identity in Oneself

    Quest For Identity In One Self: Tara. Mahesh Dattani’s plays are first work shopped with his company Playpen in Bangalore. Dattani puts the finishing touches on his dialogue only when it is spoken aloud by the actors in rehearsals. He writes plays to be seen and heard, not literature to be read. Dattani bears life to the bone, dealing with gender issues. He is a spokesperson of all the marginalized people. He says, “Every individual wants to be a part of society, of the mainstream but we must...

    American films, Black-and-white films, Family 3730  Words | 9  Pages

  • Language: Poetry and Marks Block

    Marks Block 1 Non-Fictional Prose Block 2 Mulk Raj Anand : Untouchable Block 3 Raja Rao – Kanthapura Block 4 Anita Desai – Clear Light of Day Block 5 Salman Rushdie – Midnight’s Children Block 6 Short Stories Block 7 Poetry Block 8 Mahesh Dattani- Tara SYLLABUS MASTER OF ARTS – ENGLISH YEAR – II STUDY OF NEW LITERATURES IN ENGLISH Sub. Code: MAE/Y/240 Credits: 02 Total Marks: 100 Minimum Pass Marks: 40% Internal Assessment: 40 Marks University Examination: 60 Marks Block 1 Introduction ...

    English language, English literature, English studies 682  Words | 5  Pages

  • Final Solutions

    Prof.S.Jayaraman Final Solutions Mahesh Dattani, the author of the play ‘Final Solutions’, is the first Indian play Wright writing in English to win the prestigious Sahitya Academy Award for his book ‘Final Solutions and Other Plays’, in 1998. One of the producers of his plays, Alyque Padamsee called him as one of the “most serious contemporary playwrights.” Mahesh Dattani is a multifaceted personality. He is a director, actor, dancer, teacher and writer. An avid teacher of contemporary theatre...

    Family, Play, Playwright 1786  Words | 4  Pages

  • Communication through the Language of Silence in Mahesh Elkunchwar's Yugant Trilogy

    Communication through the language of ‘silence’ in Mahesh Elkunchwar’s ‘Yugant Trilogy Since the pre-colonial times to the present era of logo-centrism it is ‘communication’ that defines our existence. According to Michel Foucalt, in the universal structure of existence, formation and domination of various power groups are decided through communication and the language used in it. The various power groups constitute the field of truth, by imposing specific knowledge, disciplines and values upon...

    A. Venkatesh, Existence, Silence 1514  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tara Stockage Social Media

    Tara Stockage Social Networking September 11, 2013 English 015 Is the social networking beneficial to people in the world today? Social networking has recently become the quickest, most convenient way for individuals to stay in touch throughout the world. Social networking allows people to communicate through, share thoughts and post pictures. Social networking is a huge advantage to people today. Social media benefits our society in many ways such as communication with people around the world...

    A Great Way to Care, Facebook, LinkedIn 565  Words | 2  Pages

  • MAHESH DATTANI’S ON A MUGGY NIGHT IN MUMBAI: AN ODYSSEY OF INDIAN HOMOSEXUALS

    NEW MAN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES (ISSN: 2348-1390) 6 MAHESH DATTANI’S ON A MUGGY NIGHT IN MUMBAI: AN ODYSSEY OF INDIAN HOMOSEXUALS 1. DR. PRAKASH BHADURY ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPT. OF H & S. S, NIT, HAMIRPUR & 2. SANJIV KUMAR. RESEARCH SCHOLAR, KU, NAINITAL Homosexuality has been common across cultures in the world though the term was first coined by a German Doctor in 1869.The term gay and lesbian came as later development from the sexual behavior of same...

    Gay, Gay community, Heterosexism 4857  Words | 10  Pages

  • FINAL by Tara Lambert

    FINAL by Tara Lambert IIS IT ETHICALLY ACCEPTABLE FOR POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS TO REQUEST YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA PASSWORDS TO CONTINUE A JOB INTERVIEW? IS IT ETHICALLY ACCEPTABLE FOR POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS TO REQUEST YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA PASSWORDS TO CONTINUE A JOB INTERVIEW THESIS STATEMENT: The popularity of social media has potential employers requesting passwords due to their concerns related to hiring future employers. Is this ethically acceptable or is it a invasion of privacy? In my discussion I will cover...

    Business ethics, Employment, Ethics 2755  Words | 13  Pages

  • Indian English Drama

    has given us some brilliant playwrights like Manjula Padmansbhan and Mahesh Dattani. Manjula Padmanabhan was the first Indian to earn international fame with her Harvest, a futuristic play that deals with the exploitation of human body in 21st century. Padmanabhan projects a dehumanized, tefrrifying world in which mothers sell their sons for the price of rice. But her plays are intellectual and not suited for stage while Dattani is taken to be a true successor of Girish Karnad and responsible for...

    Bollywood, Cinema of India, Drama 2517  Words | 8  Pages

  • Willian Henry Gates by: Taras Kolomatski

    virtual tick-tack-toe, where the user played against the computer. Gates enjoyed hacking the computer to give him more computer time and changing the code of the program that made class lists so that he was with mainly female students. WRITTEN BY TARAS KOLOMATSKI Gates scored 1590 out of 1600 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test and enrolled into Harvard University in 1973. There he produced an upgrade to the programming language BASIC. The following year a company incorporated his upgrade of BASIC:...

    Bill Gates, Microsoft, Microsoft Windows 733  Words | 2  Pages

  • Dance Like a Man

    Mahesh Dattani's play ''Dance Like a Man'' opens with a young dancer, Lata, bringing her fiance, Viswas, home to meet her parents. Their hopes, and the family histories that emerge from their conversation, are quietly amusing, and the missteps and misunderstandings that trip up everyone when Lata's parents return to the house are very funny. It is also somehow reassuring to know that families on the other side of the globe are as fractious and occasionally dysfunctional as our own. But be wary....

    Bharatanatyam, Dance, Family 1143  Words | 3  Pages

  • Novel: Swallow the Air by Tara June

    Belonging is essentially a perspective represented to express a variety of ways in which one can associate within society and themselves. The novel “Swallow the Air” by Tara June Winch, the short story extract “Scan” by Manifesto and the poem “Originally” by Carol Ann Duffy are all influenced by the different perspectives through exploring and reflecting upon the meaning that the composers have conveyed. I have viewed vast range of representations of belonging and the use of different forms and features...

    Connotation, Denotation, Perspective 722  Words | 2  Pages

  • Danish Jawed , the Outstanding Canadian Playwright

    week shooting project started with MAHURAT of the first Indian Tele Film Bara Shayar Chhota Aadmi Jawaid Danish in Toronto in the presence of the Sahitya Akademy winning playwright and Director of films , Mahesh Dattani. It is a historic day for the artists of Rangmanch –Canada as Mahesh Dattani clapped the first shot for The Mahurat Ceremony of the film on June 16. It is a Barefoot Films Canada Production .Theatre and Movie goers in Canada are well acquainted with the name of Jawaid Danish who...

    Canada, Diaspora, Government of Canada 1910  Words | 5  Pages

  • final solution

    Volume : 1 | Issue : 10 | October 2012 ISSN - 2250-1991 Social Science Research Paper Mahesh Dattani’s ‘Final Solutions’: A Quest For Solutions To The Communal Problems In India *Mosarraf Hossain * Fazila Manzil (flat-4/B) Aman apartment, 21/49, kuttitola, Malda-732101 ABSTRACT India is a country of communal diversity. The existence of such society demands mutual understanding among its religious sects. But more than once the harmonious chord has strained and a series of communal...

    Bombay Riots, Final Solution, Religion 4681  Words | 15  Pages

  • Hispanic American Diversity Tara Ann Goldizen-Rick

    Hispanic American Diversity Tara Ann Goldizen-Rick Axia College of University of Phoenix There are large clusters of Hispanic born Americans across our country. These significant minorities possess similar and different cultural beliefs, languages and socio-economic backgrounds that are responsible for a large percent of this melting pot we call the United States. Four of the minority Hispanic cultures being viewed for this paper are; the Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban and Columbian Americans. ...

    English language, Family, Hispanic and Latino Americans 2930  Words | 8  Pages

  • Dance Like a Man

    Dance like a Man! “ ..., dance like no one is watching.” --- Satchel Paige. But the truth is people do watch and make one dance. Dance like a man by Mahesh Dattani, deals with the dogma of being a man in the forties of indian society. Though the story revolves around the a dancer couple and their family, but at the emotions of the play lies in the emotional and social dance. Jairaj did dance to the tune of his father, his dancer and intelligent wife and to the tune of this society. "Oh! He...

    Dance 410  Words | 2  Pages

  • A Case Of Burnout

    A Case of Burnout When Mahesh joined XYZ Bank (private sector) in 1985, he had one clear goal—to prove his mettle. He did prove himself and has been promoted five times since his entry into the bank. Compared to others, his progress has been fastest. Currently, his job demands that Mahesh should work 10 hours a day with practically no holidays. At least two day in a week, Mahesh is required to travel. Peers and subordinates at the bank have appreciation for Mahesh. They don’t grudge the ascension...

    Board of directors, Horizon, Trade union 1753  Words | 3  Pages

  • Maa Tara Tarapith

     All problem solution than ur LOST LOVE BACK BY SADHANA (With out Stone) Hello can u not get desire results? Here is the solution of all problems like as follow:- love marriage Business problem Problem in husband wife Foreign traveling Problem in study Problem as childless Physical problem Problem in family relations problem in your love Willful marriage Promotions our wised love back Get all solutions in your life within 24 hours and with 100% guaranteed. With in astrology systematic...

    2007 albums, Family, Husband 288  Words | 3  Pages

  • Essay

    SOLAPUR. IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF DEGREE COURSE “BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION” (B.B.A- III) SUBMITTED BY, MR. MAHESH GUNJI PRIN. K. P. MANGALVEDHEKAR INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH CENTRE, SOLAPUR. (M.I.M) 2011-2012 DIRECTOR’S CERTIFICATE This is to certify that Mr. Mahesh Gunji has satisfactorily completed the project work entitled. “A STUDY ON THE POTENTIAL OF EDUCATION LOAN AMONG THE UNDER GRADUATION STUDENTS...

    Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor's degree, Business 458  Words | 4  Pages

  • Blablah

    THE AWARENESS OF LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AND LOCAL RESIDENTS OF QUEZON CITY IN “WOW PHILIPPINES” AND “PILIPINAS TARA NA” ANDAYA, STEPHANIE MARIE M. MODESTO, NOVIE MAE L. TANYAG, HERSHEY KHAY V. SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL TOURISM AND HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY-MANILA IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN TOURISM OCTOBER 2011 APPROVAL SHEET This...

    Iglesia ni Cristo, Luzon, Manila 794  Words | 5  Pages

  • Clear Light of Day

    Tara and Bim attempt to reconcile their childhood dreams with their adult lives and work to resolve the lingering guilt of past family conflicts. When Tara returns for a visit with Bimla and Baba, old memories and tensions resurface and blend into a domestic drama that is intensely beautiful and leads to profound self-understanding. Their struggles with autonomy and independence are echoed in the backdrop of the newly-partitioned nation Plot summary The book is split into four sections covering...

    2000s drama films, Delhi, English-language films 1593  Words | 4  Pages

  • Women Role in Indian Cinema

    beautifully depicted. "Charulata" based on a Tagore's novel dealt with marital discord with much finesse. "Devi" was on religious bigotry when an elderly man starts thinking of his daughter-in-law as a Goddess after a dream. Ritwik Ghatak's "Meghe Dhaka Tara" and "Subarnarekha" are considered path-breaking films about the agony of the Bangladeshi refugees, shown through the eyes of the woman protagonist. Aparna Sen's "36 Chowringhee Lane" is an unforgettable film exploring the loneliness of an elderly...

    Aparna Sen, Bengali cinema, Bollywood 1575  Words | 5  Pages

  • Mr - Mind Mapping

    Case No. 6 - Mapping the mind of a Consumer! - by Meera Sheth Tara Deviah reached the glass doors of Karma Good Living (KGL) almost expecting a security guard to appear, but sadly he was talking on his mobile phone.  Once she walked in, gone was this annoyance. KGL was  large, roomy, colourful, and, at first glance had at least 70 shoppers in view. The floors were clean too, she liked clean floors. Presently her husband, Manu, walked in having parked the car. "Myna messaged; she wants a 3 litre...

    ABC, Department store, Pressure cooking 2927  Words | 7  Pages

  • Kissing Doorknobs-Hesser

    never giving up. The story begins by introducing the main character, Tara Sullivan. At the age of eleven, she heard the phrase: step on a crack, break your mother's back. Then she started counting cracks everywhere she went, in constant fear of breaking her mother's back. Tara was an outcast throughout most of elementary school. While her friends were trying to look like the models in magazines and starting to date boys, Tara was busy playing with troll dolls, counting cracks, and kissing doorknobs...

    Obsessive–compulsive disorder 897  Words | 3  Pages

  • Clear Light of Day Literary Analysis: The House as a Metaphor

    Home Is Where the Heart Is In the book Clear Light of Day, Anita Desai develops an extended metaphor of the Das family house to symbolize the entrapment of the Das children: Bimla, Tara, Raja, and Baba. Desai’s book follows each of the children as they grow up, but when the family gathers at the Das house for Raja’s daughter’s wedding, it is the first time the family had been at the house together since childhood. The house, kept the same through the years, then morphs into a prison, causing...

    Family, Kiran Desai, Sibling 1479  Words | 4  Pages

  • Human Resource Managemeny

    time frame. Case – 4 A Case of Burnout 1. If the news is broken to Mahesh, how would he react? If the news was broken out to Mahesh, he would be ready totake up the post because at any point it is human nature thatmost of the people do not give importance to the medicalReports, when it comes to balancing with the Promotion andHealth...

    Case study, Feeling, The Promotion 788  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mac Flecknoe

    0/5 0/5 0/5 0/5 Assignments 0 / 10 0 / 10 0 / 10 0 / 10 Home Exam 0 / 10 0 / 10 0 / 10 0 / 10 Total 0 / 25 0 / 25 0 / 25 0 / 25 Home Examination and Assignment Marks : S No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Teacher's Name Sheuli Chowdhury Harpreet K.arora Mahesh Shobha Rani Elvina S. Amongla Amrita Singhnew Comer Elvina S. Amongla Archana Prasad Paper Title CLSI. LIT. (II) CLSI. LIT. (II) ENG. LIT. 2(II) ENG. LIT. 2(II) ENG. LIT. 2(II) ENG. LIT. 2(II) ENG. LIT. 3(I) Sos. of Contem. India He Marks 0/0...

    Christopher Nolan, English studies, Exponentiation 944  Words | 4  Pages

  • Wow Philippines

    announces new tourism campaign "Pilipinas, Tara Na! After the fall of the controversial “Pilipinas Kay Ganda” of the Department of Tourism, here comes “Pilipinas, tara Na!” as the new Domestic Campaign Slogan of DOT. DOT Secretary Alberto Lim said that the new slogan was meant for the Filipinos to travel within the country rather than going to another country. He also said that the new slogan will be recognized because it was derived from the “Tara Na, Biyahe Tayo”. Lim said that DOT will going...

    Cagayan de Oro City, Filipino language, Filipino people 1222  Words | 4  Pages

  • Interest Inventory

    Football |(Math Lesson) | | |Cindy: Football, baseball |Students will learn to add positive and | | |Tara: Football |negative numbers using a football game. | | |No |The football yardage lines will be the | | ...

    Book, Education, Library 845  Words | 5  Pages

  • Gone With The Wind Book Report

    of the work: Gone with the Wind 2. Author and date written: Margaret Mitchell and written during the Civil War Era. 3. Country of Author: Georgia 4. Characters: Scarlett O’Hara - She is a pretty southern belle who grew up on a Georgia plantation of Tara right before the beginning of the Civil War. She is selfish and futile just like her dad, but also seeks to please her mom, Ellen. Flirtatious and headstrong protagonist in the novel. Rhett Butler- Scarlett’s third husband who is handsome, yet dangerous...

    Ashley Wilkes, Gone with the Wind, Gone with the Wind characters 1294  Words | 3  Pages

  • Violino Security Risk Mgmt Frameworks

    al_world_experience?page=1 IT risk assessment frameworks: real-world experience Formal risk assessment methodologies try to take guesswork out of evaluating IT risks. Here is real-world feedback on four such frameworks: OCTAVE, FAIR, NIST RMF, and TARA. By Bob Violino May 03, 2010 — CSO — Assessing and managing risk is a high priority for many organizations, and given the turbulent state of information security vulnerabilities and the need to be compliant with so many regulations, it's a huge challenge...

    Business continuity planning, Computer security, Information security 2481  Words | 7  Pages

  • Tax Return

    have itemized deductions. Neither have special itemizations. Their daughter Tara is a dependent to both of them since they are still married and have equal custody and care over her. Lastly, neither Harold nor Sarah have unusual circumstances with their marriage. Since the married couple is a standard married couple in IRS eyes married filing jointly is the best option for them. The next challenge is determining if Tara Peterson, the child, is determined to be a dependent of the household. To do...

    Family, Itemized deduction, Tax credits 995  Words | 2  Pages

  • Essay analysis chapter 4 Clear Light of Day by Anita Desai

    Clear Light of Day – chapter one At the beginning of the chapter one, the reader discovers the siblings of the family. There are Bim, Tara, Raja and Baba. At first, the links between these characters seem really unclear. Their relationship looks knotty and messy. The atmosphere is gloomy and dark. Firstly, even though it is very early in the novel, the reader can already see that the family is used as a symbol of Indian Muslim microcosm (the country get slip up to India and Pakistan as the family...

    Childhood Memories, English-language films, Family 1071  Words | 3  Pages

  • State of Emergency at Mercy Hospital

    facility. Hospital emergency department is overcrowded Diliper has a lot of credibility. Tara Samson has filed a compliant and is considering a legal action against Dr. Diliper. His recent unprofessional behavior is threatening the culture that Dr. Gabu is trying to build in the emergency department. Dr. Scott Gabu has to take a decision whether to take any disciplinary action on him to prevent legal action by Tara Samson.    Solution for the situation:  Disciplinary actions should...

    Big Five personality traits, Critical thinking, Hospital 437  Words | 3  Pages

  • Business Entities, Laws, and Regulations Paper

    Frank sets up as an S corporation, he will not have to pay federal income taxes at the corporate level. He will report his profits and losses when he files his individual tax returns. Professional Practice: The best business entity for Akiva and Tara is a limited liability partnership, LLP. A LLP is a special form of partnership that states all partners are limited partners who stand to lose only the money that they invested to start the business (Cheeseman, 2011). LLPs are limited to professionals...

    Corporation, Income tax in the United States, Limited liability 867  Words | 3  Pages

  • affidavit

    aged about 42 years, an Indian Inhabitant, residing at Room no. 303, 3rd floor, Sai Sarthak society, Patharli Gaon, Kalyan Road, Near Manjunath School, Tilaknagar, Dombivili (East), Thane, Mumbai, Maharashtra – 421 201. And (B) Mr. Mahesh Kewalram Jamnani (S/o Late Shri. Kewalram Assandas Jamnani aged about 37 years, an Indian Inhabitant, residing at Room no. 303, 3rd floor, Sai Sarthak society, Patharli Gaon, Kalyan Road, Near Manjunath School, Tilaknagar, Dombivili (East), Thane...

    Cities and towns in Maharashtra, Maharashtra, Mumbai 450  Words | 4  Pages

  • Levi Straus & Co

    storage) - $100,000(best job offer) Economic profits = $80,000 Q12: Tara is considering leaving her current job, which pays $56,000 per year, to start a new company that manufactures a line of special pens for personal digital assistants. Based on market research, she can sell about 160,000 units during the first year at a price of $20 per unit. With annual overhead costs and operating expenses amounting to $3,160,000, Tara expects a profit margin of 25 percent. This margin is 6 percent larger...

    Cost, Costs, Economics 832  Words | 3  Pages

  • Scarlette O' Hara Charater Analysis

    because she promises Ashley she will, and loses her true love, Rhett Butler, because of her persistent desire to win Ashley over. Scarlett has qualities that of remarkable talent for business and leadership. She recovers her fathers’ plantation, Tara, after the war leaves it decimated, and she achieves great success with her saw mill in Atlanta. Despite her sharp intelligence, however, she has almost no ability to understand the motivations and feelings of herself and others. Scarlett lives her...

    American Civil War, Ashley Wilkes, Gone with the Wind 1446  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sample Certificate for Mba Project

    PESCE for his valuable guidance and encouragement. We convey our regards and thanks to our guide Prof. A S Mahesh for his support, guidance, specification, and ideas without which this task would have been completed without full merit. Deadlines play an important role in successful completion of project on time efficiently and effectively. We convey our regards and thanks to Prof A S Mahesh for having constantly monitored the development of this project and setting up precise deadlines. We extend...

    Business school, Energy, Harish Kumar 668  Words | 5  Pages

  • Calder vs Jones: a Case of Jurisdiction

    the risks against which the business must protect itself when making the decision. Professional Practice Akiva and Tara are newly licensed as obstetricians and want to open a birth clinic together.   In order to start up the business Akiva and Tara will need to take out a large loan to finance the start-up costs. Akiva and Tara are both medical professionals, so it would be in their best interest to organize the business as a limited liability partnership (LLP). A limited...

    Corporation, Franchising, Limited company 1270  Words | 4  Pages

  • What You See vs. Reality: Teen Mom

    girl named Tara. As years passed, we had issues that strained our friendship from time to time, but we always knew we had each other’s backs and nothing would change that. When it came time to graduate middle school, we both were set on different high schools, but we promised to always try to stay in touch and remain friends. As life took it’s toll, it became harder and harder for us to keep in touch, but one day changed all of that. During my senior year of high school, my friend Tara Tepe became...

    Adolescence, High school, Mother 2482  Words | 7  Pages

  • Gone with the Wind and Jubilee- Race Issues

    it’s found to be the exact thing that Scarlett lives her life for. After she escaped from the war and returned to Tara where she laid on the Earth and rested her check against the ground, it was made known to her that her father’s words were true, and there was nothing better than the land of Tara; of home. After being at Tara for some time, the news arrives that the taxes of Tara have been raised and the O’Hara’s are no longer going to be able to afford the land. When Will came in and asked Scarlett...

    English-language films, Gone with the Wind, Novel 1152  Words | 3  Pages

  • Market Report Sample

    Marketing Report Executive Summary Gem Rayner and Tara Salinger are young designers who will be designing clothes for they're new label 'GnT'. Soon they will reveal their new collection 'Sun-rise to Sun-set' and 'Sun-set to sun-rise'. Their new fashion collection will consist of clothes that allow young women the ability to express their personal creativity and to be themselves in the clothes they wear. Currently the two young designers envisage establishing their position in the market in the...

    Clothing, Customer service, Fashion 851  Words | 3  Pages

  • Gun Milan

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