• Mumbai : Before and Now
    , Urdu, and Punjabi. However, even Marathi and Gujarati-speakers commonly used "Bombay" when speaking in English. The name was officially changed to its Marathi pronunciation of Mumbai in 1995. The language riots, the reorganisation of Indian states and the see-saw politics of the country did...
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  • skar
    selected dailies. On high circulation basis, two national English (Times of India and Indian Express) and two regional Marathi (Sakal and Lokmat) dailies were selected. The findings revealed that out of total 1166 home science articles on selected areas from all four newspapers, maximum articles...
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  • Honey Singh
    institution working against pollution of rivers and improving the facilities of public toilet and baths, along bathing ghats of rivers, in an effort to improve sanitation and pollution or river banks and river waters.[15] Medha Patkar was born in Mumbai, India to Indu and Vasant Khanolkar, a...
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  • The Stepchild
    Gnanasambandan, Dalit literature emerged into prominence and as a collective voice after 1960, starting with Marathi,and soon appeared in Hindi, Kannada, Telugu and Tamil languages, through self-narratives, like poems, short stories and most importantly autobiographies known for their realism, and for its...
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  • The Formation of Dalit Sensibility in Dalit Literature
    have been broken and ground down by those above them in a deliberate and active way. There is in the word itself an inherent denial of pollution, karma, and justified caste hierarchy” (Zelliot 267). In the words of Arjun Dangle, “Dalit is not a caste but a realization and is related to the...
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  • India Country Profile
    republic. President: A.P.J. Abdul KALAM • Currency: Indian Rupee = 100 Paise • Language: Hindi is the national language (30% of the population). There are 14 other official languages: Telugu, Bengali, Marathi, Tamil, Urdu, Gujarati, Malayalam, Kannada, Oriya, Punjabi, Assamese, Kashmiri, Sindhi...
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  • Challenges of India in the 21st Century
    come with considerable ecological cost in terms of wide-spread pollution, ecosystem degradation and biodiversity loss, depletion of natural resources, etc The rapid deterioration of the country's air, water, land and ecosystems is hard to refute, going by hard facts alone. The overall state of air...
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  • Dr Br Ambedkar
    ]Early life and education Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar seen as a young man[6] Ambedkar was born in the town and military cantonment of Mhow in the Central Provinces(now in Madhya Pradesh).[7] He was the 14th and last child of Ramji Maloji Sakpal and Bhimabai.[8] His family was of Marathi background from...
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  • Should Grading System Should Be There in Cbse
    new states that were formed in 1956 and later and the languages of these states. o n Fig. 5 (c) – Indian States in 1975 INDIA AFTER INDEPENDENCE 167 Fig. 6 – The bridge on the Mahanadi river constructed to control the flow of water Bridges and dams became the symbol of...
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  • Nagpur
    Environmental Engineering Research Institute (NEERI) is a research institute created and funded by Government of India. It was established in Nagpur in 1958 with focus on water supply, sewage disposal, communicable diseases and to some extent on industrial pollution and occupational diseases found...
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  • Hyderabad
    led to increased air pollution, industrial waste, noise pollution and water pollution.[56] As of 2006, contribution of different sources to air pollution were as follows—20–50% from vehicles, 40–70% combining vehicle discharge with road dust, 10–30% from industrial discharges and 3–10% from household...
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  • project
    . These can be summarised to be the following: 1. The water pollution caused by the immersion of Plaster of Paris idols into natural water bodies. 2. The water pollution caused by chemical paints used on these idols. 1. The waste generated by the non biodegradable accessories used during the...
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  • Dalits in India
    also a land of unity in diversity with its people following multi-religion and speaking many languages. India enjoys a democratic form of government. It has become independent 62years ago. Cast System In India: Social structure of this country is a complex one. The people are divided into various...
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  • All About Babasaheb Ambedkar
    school, in his office, and at other places. Public water facilities were always denied to ‘untouchables’ because of the superstitious fear of ‘pollution.’) Mahad Municipality had thrown open the local water tank four years earlier, but so far not one ‘untouchable’ had dared to drink or draw water...
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  • upsc sllabus
    waste and fly ash; Pollution of ground and surface water, marine pollution; Environment protection - legislative measures in India; Sea level changes: causes and impact. Gujarati PAPER-I: (Answers must be written in Gujarati) Section-A: Gujarati Language : Form and history 1. History of...
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  • Facts About Teaching of Environment Education
    environmental Pollution (1971) says, “The best insurance for the environment is a commitment on behalf of the public to prevent the deterioration for air, water and land.” The International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources Commission of Education has remarked in the international...
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  • Ontology
    Hindi and Marathi to English Cross Language Information Retrieval at CLEF 2007 Manoj Kumar Chinnakotla, Sagar Ranadive, Pushpak Bhattacharyya and Om P. Damani Department of CSE IIT Bombay Mumbai, India {manoj,sagar,pb,damani}@cse.iitb.ac.in Abstract In this paper, we present our Hindi→English...
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  • Effect of Globalization on Mumbai
    -1994. It presented a story of pollution, inadequate landfills, hazardous industrial wastes and rampant diseases. Sewage in the city is not treated before discharge into the Arabian Sea at any of the three Corporation areas. All sewers overflowed into coastal waters adjoining Mumbai, which made them...
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  • Naac
    water in gram Corporation panchayat villages Thane district in 3 4 5 Air Monitoring under Maharashtra Pollution the SAMP Control Board Air, Sound, & Vehicle Thane Municipal monitoring of Thane city. Corporation Consultancy for Bhiwandi Analysis & Nizampura Bioremediation of Municipal Bhiwandi...
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  • Stock Market
    Konkani Devanagari Maithili Devanagari Malayalam Malayalam Manipuri Bengali Marathi Devanagari Nepali Devanagari Oriya Oriya Punjabi Gurumukhi Sanskrit Devanagari Santali Devanagari or Olchiki Sindhi Devanagari or Arabic Tamil Tamil Telugu Telugu Urdu Persian NOTE : For Santali language, question paper...
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