• Overpopulation
    them overpopulated. Delhi (capital of India), Mumbai, Chennai, Bengaluru and Kolkata are the well known over populated cities in India. By seeing at the world’s population density map, we can find that shortage of space is not a problem. People worry about resources like food, water, air etc. may not...
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  • Water Scenario: Past, Present and Future of Pakistan by: Muhammed Zafir Zia
    Water Scenario: Past, Present and Future of Pakistan By: Muhammed Zafir Zia Per capita availability of surface water in Pakistan is gradually dwindling from 5300 cubic meter in 1951 to 1000 cubic meters in 2005 and is projected to hit less than 1000 cubic meters making Pakistan a water...
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  • Ntpc Business Environment
    Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Pondicherry. The salient features of Simhadri Stage-II include use of sea water for condenser cooling similar to Stage-I and meeting sweet water requirement from Yeleru. Simhadri is the first coast-based coal-fired power project of NTPC. It has biggest intake...
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  • Csr by Ntpc
    .. 29  ABSTRACT This research paper analyses Government policy with regard to Jhuggi-Jhopri clusters- a particular type of housing present in Delhi. These colonies are perceived to be illegal by the Government. With living conditions akin to slums, the inhabitants of such clusters are part of the...
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  • Tata Power Company Ltd Case Study
    like Delhi, Orissa went one step a TPCL 2008-01 head by privatizing the distribution of power in these states. Inspite of these efforts by the government of India, India is facing a severe shortage of power. For the first nine months of FY 07-08 the country has faced a power shortage of 9.9...
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  • Market Research
    its polluted water Indra K. Nooyi says she still feels guilty filling a bathtub with water. It sounds far-fetched coming from the chief executive of a major multinational corporation, until you consider her early years. Nooyi, the chief executive of PepsiCo Inc. (PEP ), didn't get much water growing up...
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  • 112345
    Mountaineering (IIS&M) National Council of Hotel Management And Catering Technology Certification and accreditation Ministry of Tourism New Delhi National Institutes of water sports Gulmarg 22.2.4 OPEN SKY POLICY The passenger aviation industry had been highly regulated in the aftermath of Second...
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  • Essay
    addition to the subsidy (upto 50% of the cost of vehicle) being provided by MNES. (iii) SYNCHRONIZATION OF TRAFFIC SIGNALS A study undertaken at Delhi in 1996 revealed a wastage per day of petrol and diesel of 3 lakh and 1 lakh litres respectively by vehicles while waiting for green signal at the traffic...
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  • A Bumperer but Free Road
    change the world Sep 30th 2010 | Delhi AN INDIAN boss gestures from the lofty window of his steel-and-glass office. Ten years ago, says Pramod Bhasin, “you couldn’t even get a cup of coffee around here.” Now the area bristles with office blocks. Gurgaon, near Delhi, has swiftly become a global hub...
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  • Earth Infrastructure
    “THE PERCEPTUAL STUDY OF BUYERS TO ANALYSE THE REASONS FOR TRANSITION FROM DELHI TO NCR” Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) By Ashwani Dadhich Class of 2010 [pic] Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Usha & Lakshmi...
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  • Mughal Architecture
    by two high walls, running parallel to each other and enclosing a large central courtyard with a deep well, which was known for its cold and sweet water. On the high entrance of the domed structure are fixed two stone tablets which bear two inscriptions in Persian declaring that this structure was built...
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  • Team Essay
    growing affluence have already resulted in rapid growth of energy production and consumption in India. The environmental effects like ground water and surface water contamination; air pollution and global warming are of growing concern owing to increasing consumption levels. The paper concludes with some...
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  • Solar Power India
    approximately 1,46,753 Megawatt (MW) of which 54% is coal-based, 25% hydro, 8% is renewables and the balance is the gas and nuclear-based. Power shortages are estimated at about 11% of total energy and 15% of peak capacity requirements and are likely to increase in the coming years. In the next 10 years...
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  • ENVIRONMENT AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    specific and help in understanding the interaction between them. They are mainly of two types: natural and human. The natural resources are land, water, natural vegetation, livestock, minerals, etc. They provide a platform from where human interact with the environment. Man is the pivot element in...
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  • Population Explosion in India
    continues to increase at an alarming rate. The effects of this population increase are evident in the increasing poverty, unemployment, air and water pollution, and shortage of food, health resources and educational resources. REASONS FOR INCREASE IN POPULATION: BIRTH RATE Poverty According to...
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  • Manpower Distribution
    Skilled Migration 2 International Low-skilled Migration 9 India’s internal migration 12 The Three Dangers 15 Demographic Dividend and Talent Shortage 15 Rapid growth and Social Unrest 18 International Slowdown 19 Gains from Migration 19 Remittances 19 Brain Gain and Brain Circulation...
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  • Anna Hazare 5
    he wants to live no more. Fortunately for him, inspiration came from the most unexpected quarters – at the book stall of the railway station of New Delhi, where he was located then. He came across a book of Swami Vivekananda and immediately bought it. | | | He was inspired by Vivekananda’s photograph...
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  • English Through Literature
    recorded history which claimed between 15 million and 30 million lives. Natural disasters were involved, but only in 1959-60, that is, after the food shortages caused directly by the agricultural policies of Mao Tze-Tung’s (Leat Leap -Forward. In 1959, when Defence Minister Deng attempted to criticize these...
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  • Ecological Footprint
    ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS TECHNIQUES: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH. A CASE STUDY: DELHI, INDIA Atiqur RAHMAN Department of Geography, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi, India Maik NETZBAND Centre for Environmental Research, Department Urban Ecology, Environmental...
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  • Analysis of the Hotel Market in India
    those relating to frequency and size of aircraft. According to a report hotel industry in India currently has supply of 110000 rooms and there is a shortage of 150000 rooms fueling hotel room rates across India. According to estimates demands is going to exceed supply by at least 100% over the next two...
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