• Water Saving
    highest annual rainfall in India is recorded in Cherapunji, Assam - 15,000 mm per year, and yet the state and the country suffer from acute shortage of drinking water. That's because rainwater is not stored, but carelessly allowed to drain away. In the past 10 years, some extraordinary efforts have been...
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  • Rain Water Harvesting
    RAIN WATER HARVESTING INTRODUCTION 1. Urban centres in India are facing an ironical situation today. On one hand there is the acute water scarcity due to rise in consumption, over dependence and over-exploitation of ground water resources. Added to this, there is a lack of a coherent and credible...
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  • Lessons from Indian Army for Indo-Pak Businessmen
    Lessons from Indian Army for Indo-Pak Businessmen Majyd Aziz I was being chauffeured to ITC Maurya Hotel in New Delhi after attending a meeting as part of the 80-member Pakistan Business Delegation led by Pakistan’s Commerce Minister Makhdoom Amin Fahim in September 2011. As we traversed the Cantonment...
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  • Aayushi
    is the first major “hallmark event” to be hosted by New Delhi since the 1982 Asian Games. The 2010 Commonwealth Games are the nineteenth Commonwealth Games, and the ninth to be held under that name. The Games are scheduled to be held in Delhi, India between 3 October and 14 October 2010. The games will...
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  • cement corporation of india
    the objective of setting up cement units in public sector to help achieve self-sufficiency in cement production in the country. CCI is based in New Delhi. The corporation manufactures various types of cements, such as Portland pozzolana cement (PPC), Portland slag cement (PSC), and ordinary Portland cement...
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  • Micro Presentation
    the future prospects for e-tailing in India? 2. According to the proponents of the 'Peak Oil' theory, the world is expected to face severe oil shortages in the near future. Then, how can mankind meet its energy needs? Answer providing information on new promising technologies that can take the place...
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  • project
    A flood is an overflow of water that submerges land which is usually dry.[1] The European Union (EU) Floods Directive defines a flood as a covering by water of land not normally covered by water.[2] In the sense of "flowing water", the word may also be applied to the inflow of the tide. Flooding may...
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  • Cwg Good or Bad...
    WHETHER A COUNTRY LIKE INDIA WITH LOTS OF BASIC SHORTAGE OF FOOD, ELECTRICITY, DRINKING WATER, EDUCATION; SHOULD ORGANIZE COMMON WEALTH GAMES??? We often ask this question from ourselves but this is an awkward & unpatriotic question. “Country like India which already lacks in its resources”’ ...
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  • Water Seminar
    Draft not to be quoted Organisational Analysis of Water Boards / Municipalities: Lessons from Calcutta, Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai Joël Ruet (Centre de Sciences Humaines, New Delhi) and Marie-Hélène Zérah (CERNA, Mumbai) Paper presented at the Water Management seminar organised by the Centre de Sciences...
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  • I Am Proud to Be a Chandigarhwalla
    Rock garden, Rose garden, lake and science museum are situated in Chandigarh. People come for other place to see all these places. There is no shortage of water and electricity. In this city there are very stick stick traffic rules. Every one have to obey all the rules. On the lights...
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  • Food Crisis
    Present Food Crisis and India’s Response” Gene Campaign- IIC Joint Series on ROAD TO INDIA’S FOOD SECURITY, 4 August, 2008, IIC, New Delhi Is there a REAL Food Shortage ? — Farmers across the world produced 2.3 bn tons of grain in 2007, up 4 % from the previous year. — Since 1961 cereal production...
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  • Pepsi Corporation History and Major Problems
    the problem. PepsiCo's India operations were met with substantial resistance in 2003 and again in 2006, when an environmental organization in New Delhi made the claim that, based on its research, it believed that the levels of pesticides in PepsiCo (along with those from rival Coca-Cola Company), exceeded...
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  • Food Price Rise in India
    consumption while on the supply side we find lower production due to natural disasters, declining trend in arable land, unavailability of good irrigation water and rising production and transport costs due to its association with oil prices. The saddest point is that it is coinciding with highest GDP growths...
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  • Marketing Strategies
    TARA Ctescent, Qutab Institutional Atea, New Delhi - 110 016, India Abstract The Indian paper and board industry offers many opportunities for the innovative use of limited resources. For a developing country like India, faced with increasing shortages of raw, materials, energy sources and capital...
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  • Global Water Crisis
    enc11 Anna Perez ENC 1101 12 December 2012 Global Water Crisis The article “Climate Change Compounds Global Water Crisis” By Thalif Deen is to inform us about the lack of safe drinking water that threatens millions of people in Europe, Asia and Africa. According to a new United Nations...
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  • Roles of Media in Environment Awareness
    issues of concern, in this paper, three important issues are raised. They are the rural regeneration, the drought in Gujrat, and the air pollution in Delhi . ENVIRONMENTAL REGENERATION The next logical step to environment protection is that of environment regeneration .As thy name suggests, it raises...
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  • India
    Of course, China has always had a bit of a lead on India. China began embracing a more free-market economy as early as 1979 while leadership in New Delhi only began abandoning their socialist system back in 1991. I last visited India in 1988 when the country was still following the protectionist and...
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  • Ambedkar Summary 4
    revolution" which is indeed a knowledge graduation from characterization of soil to the matching of the seed with the composition of the fertilizer, water management and evolving pre-harvesting techniques for such conditions. The domain of a farmer's work would enlarge from grain production to food processing...
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  • Research
    in 1950 by India's Union Minister for Agriculture, Dr.K M Munshi. It began in July 1947 after a flourishing tree planting drive was undertaken in Delhi, in which national leaders like Dr Rajendra Prasad and Jawaharlal Nehru participated. Stressing the need for tree plantation, Mahatma Gandhi had once...
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  • Availability of Drinking Water
    INTRODUCTION Drinking water or potable water is water of sufficiently high quality that it can be consumed or used without risk of immediate or long term harm. In most developed countries, the water supplied to households, commerce and industry is all of drinking water standard, even though only a...
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