• lifestyle & fashio trends
    much to choose from. Fashion isn't just about clothes and shoes. Its about being able to express yourself and showing your colors. When I think about fashion, I think about me being free and show how I really feel not with just words but with clothing. Creative Be free Me Myself Colors ...
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  • South East Asian Music for Grade 8
    words remind us of our wonderful experience in studying Philippine music in our Grade 7 lessons. Truly we should be proud to be Pinoy for having a very rich culture especially in music and arts. We will now move on to our friendly neighbors in Southeast Asia. You will notice that our music is very similar...
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  • India Shining
    BRAND INDIA - PROMOTION IDEA 16 12. BRAND INDIA - POSITIONING STATEMENT 17 13. BRAND INDIA - ADVERTISEMENT POSITIONING STATEMENT 19 14. BRAND INDIA - OUR ADVERTISEMENT POSITIONING STATEMENT 21 15. CONCLUSION 22 16. STATEMENT OF ORIGINALITY 23 17. STATEMENT OF AVAILABILITY 24 18. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 25 ...
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  • Poor Contries
    We are for it : We think rich countries should help poorer countries. First of all, we can help them for humanitarian reasons. In Fact, the harsh realities of some countries affected us and our duty is to help those who are not as lucky as we are. For instance, one out of seven people do not have access...
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  • Interpretation
     Gender Inequality Man and woman are both equal and both plays a vital role in the creation and development of their families in a particular and the society in general. Indeed, the struggle for legal equality has been one of the major concerns of the women’s movement all over the world. In India, since...
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  • Kiko
    MULUND COLLEGE OF COMMERCE [pic] DANCE- A representation of our diverse culture NAME: SREENIDHI BHARAT STD: FY.Bcom SEC: E ROLL NO. : 855 FACULTY PRINCIPAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I would like to thank my teachers Ms Deshpande ...
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  • Changinng Life Style
    changing lifstyl Indian Culture is time tested and represented the progressively refined way of life, that had unfortunately suffered a set back, a sub culture process as it were, drifting from its salutary ways of living. Did not Lord Mecaulay say in the UK parliament how the Indians had such a perfect...
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  • Mcdonalds in India
    three years. THE TRADITIONAL INDIAN FOOD AND RESTURENT AVAILABILITY India is a country of tradition and culture, its tradition and culture is like a pearl necklace where every beautifully white pearl represents customs like respecting elders, joint family tradition, and strong religious perspective...
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  • Some Thoughts
    same time and place as modern nationalism. Mosse notes that nationalism 'was a movement which began and evolved parallel to modern masculinity' in the West about a century ago. Modern masculinity is, according to him, a focus of all varieties of nationalist movements: The masculine stereotype was not bound...
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  • Aet and Culture of India
    meaning tilling, or cultivating or refining and worship. In sum it means cultivating and refining a thing to such an extent that its end product evokes our admiration and respect. This is practically the same as ‘Sanskriti’ of the Sanskrit language. The term ‘Sanskriti’ has been derived from the root ‘Kri...
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  • Summer Internship Report
    5. Institutional Set Up 6. Ongoing Tourism Projetcs 7. Tourism Product Planning & Development Proposals 5) Case Study 6) Conclusions 7) Critical Study of Literature CHAPTER - 1 INTRODUCTION TOURISM Travel for recreational...
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  • information of ib
    preparation and completion of this study. First, our utmost gratitude to Almighty Allah, for the wisdom and intellectual capacity because of which we were able to complete this research and it is with immense gratitude that we acknowledge the support and help our supervisors Dr.Kashif Mehmood for giving us...
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  • Clash Ofcivilization
    shall not stand.” -Matt. 12:25 Should I be asked . . . whether I would propose the West, such as it is today, as a model to my country (the Soviet Union), I would frankly have to answer negatively. No, I could not recommend your society as an ideal for the transformation of ours.” Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn...
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  • Gandhian Trusteeship
    tells about the Gandhian Philosophy regarding the Indian Context, along with that the Introduction of the Mahatma Gandhi. The life of Gandhi and there principles are mentioned. It also includes the Gandhian Philosophy in the context of the Indian Religion, along with there Philosophy regarding the...
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  • Indian English Novel
    The Indian English novel evolved as a subaltern consciousness; as a reaction to break away from the colonial literature. Hence the post colonial literature in India witnessed a revolution against the idiom which the colonial writers followed. Gradually the Indian English authors began employing the techniques...
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  • Youthover
    Through the lens of Indian Youth: An overview. Two words, multiple and challenging, can be used to pithily describe India. To say that there are multiple religions, languages, cuisines, ethnicities, dress styles, ecosystems, markets, political organizations, customs, sports, film traditions, music preferences...
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  • Village by the Sea
    Paper V INDIAN WRITTING IN ENGLISH Paper V – Indian Writing in English Objective: This paper will help the students to appreciate the variety and diversity of Indian writing in English in the twentieth century. Unit I Poetry Detailed Nissim Ezekiel : 1. The Company I Keep 2. Very -Indian Poem in Indian...
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  • Food Sustainability for India
    Promotion of Indian Breeds of Cow for Sustainable Prosperity of India Subodh Kumar (subodh1934@gmail.com) (This paper presents the Indian (Vedic) approach to the ecologically sustainable life style. It may come as a surprise that while planning for a sustainable life style, the awareness about global...
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  • Impact of Media on Socio-Cultural Values and Social Institution in Indian Society
    impact on the society. The effects are of course, positive as well as negative. Media is such a powerful tool that it literally governs the direction of our society today. It is the propeller as well as the direction provider of the society. Opinions can change overnight and celebrities can become infamous...
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  • Project Work
    child development, empowerment of women, and alleviating poverty. Besides, the Mission will produce films and distribute books on the message of Swami Vivekananda to various libraries and will hold national and international seminars in various places on Swami Vivekananda's contribution to Indian and international...
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