• Indian Youth and Social Media
    inventory cycle. Domestic demand was constrained by credit crunch and stringent economic policies. Oil and essential commodities will be playing major role in deciding the recovery model of many economies. The unemployment rate is expected to go down with reopening of the international trade and boost to...
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  • Prospects and Retrospect of Tourism Industry in Tamil Nadu
    tourism and related activities. In other words heritage site, cultural attractions, beaches, health & wellness like yoga & ayurvedic, Indian cuisine provides for huge potential for the tourism sector in India. As the Travel and Tourism industry holds tremendous potential for India's economy it is...
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  • Sri Lanka
    Politics of India and South Asia Sri Lanka is a small island nation off the southeast coast of India. The country is considered a good economic and developed economy but it has major issues with Tamil Eelam of Sri Lanka. Even with the conflict within the nation it has been able to survive having...
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  • Sanjay
    CORRUPTION IN INDIA AND THE ROLE OF YOUTH IN COMBATTING CORRUPTION (Part 2) Corruption? Corruption is a black mark in our Indian economy. It is slowly stopping the growth of our country. The term corruption is in born in the society. The word is prevalent among the politicians and government...
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  • Diplomacy & Deterrence + Conflict in Multi-Ethnic Societies Notes N(a) Level Standard. #2013
    Rights - Only given to those born in Sri Lanka or whose father and grandfather born in Sri Lanka. - Indian Tamils brought to Sri Lanka by British remained stateless in Sri Lanka and were denied of basic rights (E.g Voting, Education, Housing and Job). - India decided to help...
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  • Innovation: an Insight- the Indian Context
    centres. By year end, RuralShores will have 20 centres and its long-term expansion plans include employing 1 lakh rural youth. Conclusion Innovations require not just inputs and capacity but also a political economy of reform. This involves creating a constituency for innovation where Government...
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  • Management Study
    during the slow economy of the 1950s. The main political parties played on the Sinhalese fear that their religion, language and culture could all be swamped by Indians, perceived to be natural allies of Sri Lankan Tamils. The Tamils, whose Hindu identity had also become more pronounced in the lead...
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  • Natural Disasters in India with Special Reference to Tamil Nadu
    floods, and those due to dam bursts or failure. Every year, on average thousands of people are affected, a few hundred lives are lost, thousands are rendered homeless and several hectares of crops are damaged. Every year, Flooding in India affects Tamil Nadu and the other Indian states of Assam, Bihar...
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  • My Cv
    , January-2010 Pp: 427, of Kalasalingam University, Krishnankoil-626190, Virudhunagar Dist, Near Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India 4. Dr.P.Kameswara Rao (2010), “Role of Corporate Social Responsibility in Consumer Protection” published by SNAMS Publishing House, Limited, Chennai, an International Edited...
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  • Comparing Terrorist Networks
    seen their economy slowly crumble. As the youth on the island, both Tamil and Sinhalese, grow more frustrated they seek a government that will attend the needs of the youth population. Both sides seem to associate themselves with each other more than their predecessors. For a long time the...
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  • Rajnikanth
    Rajinikanth (born 12 December 1950 as Shivaji Rao Gaikwad), is an Indian film actor, media personality, and cultural icon.[1] He made his debut as an actor in the National Film Award–winning Tamil film Apoorva Raagangal (1975), directed by K. Balachander, whom the actor considers his mentor. After...
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  • Student
    ‘Citizenship Act’ snatched away the voting right of Indian Tamils. Colonisation made the Tamil fearful. Education policy frustrated the youth. Ethnic conflict blended with socio-economic problem gave rise to Tamil insurgency. Sinhalese perceived Tamales as cruel and bent on killing. On the other hand Tamales...
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  • Information Technology
    10.4 Information Technology 10.4 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Overview The Information Technology Industry is the fastest growing segment of the Indian economy. The Information Technology Sector has grown in size from Rs. 5,450 crores in 1994-95 to about Rs. 64,200 crores in 2001-02...
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  • entrepreneurship development
    Entrepreneurial India Sculpting the Landscape 21-23 December, 2009 - Mumbai KPMG IN INDIA Foreword Entrepreneurship is the key to India achieving her promise Unlike past editions of this study on Indian entrepreneurship as an economy and as a country. Unleashed after decades...
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  • The Sri Lankan Civil War
    with Indian Tamils and did not buy the government line. They took it as another governments attempt to isolate them. The proscription of the Dravida Munnetra Kazhagham, a party that championed Tamil rights in India and Sri Lanka, and the Tamil Youth League were also seen in the same light. 2...
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  • India:Foreign Relations
    help. In fact, Pakistan had a diplomatic and military defeat. B. The role of the Army Indian Army is the protector of the national sovereignty and they don’t have much role in the decision-making process of the nation’s foreign policies towards other nations. However in the case of Pakistan...
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  • Tv a Boon or Curse
    . The dedicated efforts of honest youth are bound to succeed in the long run in demolishing and vanquishing this social evil which has earned us a bad name. Corruption is a black mark in our Indian economy. It is slowly stopping the growth of our country. The term corruption is in born in the...
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  • Discuss the Way Urban Middle-Class Identities Have Been Debated in Relation to Changing Kinship and Consumption Patterns
    . Varma's quote encapsulates the astonishing effect mass culture is thought to have had upon Indian identity, especially those who occupy this middle ground of consumption. This spectrum ranges from the lower middle-class youth, such as the aforementioned call-centre workers whose parents often experience...
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  • Role of Gujarat in Indian Freedom Struggle
    spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it [pic].) [pic]Forum > Indian Affairs > Economy & Infrastructure > Gujarat: Myth and reality [pic] [pic][pic]Gujarat: Myth and reality 12-06-12, 09:48 PM #1 Yusuf GUARDIAN [pic] [pic] Join Date Mar 2009 Location BANGalore Posts...
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  • social sciences
    military, and they continue to be distrusted. The Sinhala and Tamils remain suspicious of each other and economic inequality remains. Suspicions about India’s role in supporting Tamils of Sri Lanka persist as a result of which Sri Lanka remains hesitant about integrating with Indian economy. However...
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