• linguistic slavery
    and Black Money Posted on June 25, 2012 by gshah In this article, we shall discuss about how the absurd obsession that Indians have for English language, is responsible for the sheer poverty and lack of development in India and also lack of creativity among majority of Indians and how the eradication...
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  • Use of Media Is Influencing the Perception of the Pakistani Youth. Answer with Respect to the Whorfian Hypothesis.
    the structure of a language affects the ways in which its speakers are able to conceptualize their world, i.e. their world view. Popularly known as the Sapir–Whorf hypothesis, or Whorfianism, the principle is often defined as having two versions: (i) the strong version that languages determines thought...
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  • Influence of Indian Culture on Blackberry Advertising
    their values and beliefs still remain unchanged. A person can change his way of clothing, way of eating and living but the rich values in a person always remains unchanged because they are deeply rooted within their hearts, mind, body and soul which they receive from their culture. Language Language...
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  • Case Study
    sectors in which the service environment is crucial part of the overall value proposition. Analyze and explain in detail the value that is being delivered by the service environment. Ques. 3 How can customers contribute to value and satisfaction enhancement of services? Ques. 4 How does the intangible...
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  • Ascasd
    Book Notes AP Notes More Essay On Desh Bhakti In Hindi Essays and Term Papers 1 - 20 of 1000 Growth Of The Bhakti Movement of Ramanuja, was born at Prayag (Allahabad). He preached the doctrine of Bhakti in Hindi to people of all the four Varnas. He substituted the worship...
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  • Urdu Hindi Controversy
    Language has been known as a symbol of identity since a long time. It is considered as a gelling force to keep the communities united. Urdu was the official language of the sub-continent and was spoken and used by both, Hindus and Muslims. All groups had contributed towards the development of the language...
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  • Linguistic Changes of an Individual in Migration
    socioeconomic contexts. Hence, the relative value of linguistic repertoire one possesses and how mobile are one’s language skills in the world determines how a migrant interacts with a new community. Consequently, this paper seeks to provide insight on how the relative value of linguistic resources affects one’s...
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  • Zee TV and the Creation of Hindi Media Communities in Singapore
    and the Creation of Hindi Media Communities in Singapore Arunajeet KAUR and Faizal YAHYA Indian communities in Singapore, especially of non-Tamil sub-ethnicity, have received renewed impetus to replenish their cultural ties with India as a homeland with the advent of Hindi Cable channels such...
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  • Study Guide 1
    What is culture? The total way of life of people Dress, food, behavior, moral-ethical values, art, religion Social structure Traditions Patterns of behavior Values What is right and wrong Inherited patterns of history which are transferred to the next gen. Two versions of Sapir – Whorf Weak...
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  • Shifting Paradigms: Methods, Techniques, of Teaching English
    right from the time of its introduction and several historical parameters testify to this fact. Controversies do exist even today at the socio-cultural level regarding the relative acceptability of English and its most formidable regional rival, now the national language of India --Hindi. Interestingly...
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  • Role of English in India
    in Problematizing Language Studies, Cultural, Theoretical and Applied Perspectives, Essays in Honor of Rama Kant Agnihotri Akar Books, Delhi, 2010, pp. 83-116 (eds. S. I. Hasnain & S. Chaudhary) Abstract Introduced by the British colonization and today the official language of the Indian Nation...
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  • Diminishing Punjabi
    an Indo-Aryan language spoken by 130 million native speakers worldwide, making it the 10th most widely spoken language in the world. It is the native language of the Punjabi people who inhabit the historical Punjab region of Pakistan and India. Punjabi emerged as an independent language in the 12th century...
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  • Is Multilinguism Inherently Unstable?
    Mullaithivu District. As a result of this offensive, the LTTE was wiped out in 2009 by the Sri Lankan forces. PAK-BANGLADESH SEPARATION due to LANGUAGE Hindus in India, Muslims divided between WPak (current day PAK) and EPak (current day Bangladesh). East Pakistan was fairly lawless and forgotten by...
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  • Dna Strategy in India
    Dainik Bhaskar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dainik Bhaskar From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Dainik Bhaskar (Hindi: दै भा कर) is an Indian नक Hindi-language daily newspaper published by D B Corp Ltd.. It was started in year 1958 from Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh. As of...
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  • Multilingualism
     Advantage  in  Corporate  Nepal   2   convincing majority of MBA students in Nepal are multilingual (skilled in 3 or more languages). The second phase of the research gave us unanimous conclusion from the business executives of Corporate Nepal that being a multilingual does in...
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  • riders to the sea
    University of Kerala Time Table First Degree Programme under CBCS System First Semester BA Degree Examination January 2014 Time 1.30 p.m. to 4.30 p.m. on all days except Fridays (2.00p.m. to 5.00 p.m. on Fridays) (For Regular Candidates - 2013 Admission only) Course Code Course Name Day ...
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  • Communilisation and Disintegration of Urdu in Anita Desai Incustody by Amina Yaqin
    examined historically, politically and ideologically in order to grasp the various forces which have shaped its current perception as a sectarian language adopted by Indian Muslims, marking their separation from the national collectivity. In this article I wish to explore these themes through the lens...
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  • Is English killing other languages
     Is English Killing Other Languages? Abstract Is English Killing other languages? As we went on to know and find out what people think about question...
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  • India Culture
    in Europe and political unrest, this country of culture has not changed. The following paragraphs are going to introduce the religious, languages, norms of society and business culture in India: 2. Religious of India India has more than 80% of the population is Hindu, in addition to...
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  • History of News papers
    a founding member of Asia News Network The Statesman has distinguished itself through objective coverage of events, its value as an honest purveyor of news highlighted at times of crisis such as the Bengal Famine of 1943 and the infamous internal Emergency of the mid-1970s. The Statesman succeeded...
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