Every country has its own culture and specialties. As a part of India’s culture, food Indians invented was curry chicken. India’s food is different from other foods in other takes up an important amount of space in its history. India food is known around the world for its smell, and most importantly, its taste. One of the most popular foods that the countries. Some festivals in India are bountiful with food; the festivals in India could be represented by the food. For example, one festival can be about enjoying food only certain times of the day, and the other could be about starvation. Sweets are eaten during the festivals. It is an omen to give sweet treats to people who shows sympathy to a person. (well wisher) The dancing, bright colors, and music always bring joy to the festivals, but food is what lights up the whole scene. People in India eat accordingly to their religion and culture. Different areas could have different traditions. Each of these areas has their own unique cuisine. Thus, positioning India as the most cuisine diverse country in the world. ( Coleen Taylor Sen. 2004) The food of North India is not as spicy compared to the South. (Coleen Taylor Sen. 2004) India also was under a few influences by Hindu and Muslim traditions. The Hindu vegetarian tradition is widespread in India, although many Hindus eat meat now. (SAARC Tour) However, Muslim introduced their cooking ways to the Indians. The influences that both religions gave to India had been processed, and makes India what it is today.bv Sometimes Indians have some food or snacks often while others are forbidden for them to eat. They eat rice in almost every meal in their daily life. They use coconut oil for cooking and frying, and they pour another kind of oil, called ghee over their rice. Those who did not eat garlic and onion, were positioned above everyone else. (Pattanaik, Devdutt 2009) Since cow was a sacred animal, the Hindus were unable to eat
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According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), India’s economy is projected to grow at 8.8 percent in 2010 as the demand is estimated to improve on the back of the Government of India’s economic stimulus policies and other contributory factors such as the estimated….
cases, 100 percent investment was granted. Tariffs on imports were dramatically reduced as were income tax rates and corporate tax rates. Each of these measures led to an increased rate of economic progress and tremendous growth within India’s private sector.
India’s economy is still in a transition phase. While they have seen growth in private sector enterprise and increased foreign investment, they still have to navigate political barriers and help mitigate risks. Some import tariffs are still….
India's future is in the hands of we the youth.............the youth has the mighty power to change the politics into a family where people are united by the ties of brotherhood and common relationship instead of being divided by the ties of corruption and brutality.Indian politics is spoiling day by day as more and more corrupt politicians are being included in the system.Politics is slowly becoming a swamp in which people are slowly being drawn towards pessimicity.......though there is a fault….
INDIA’S WATER MANAGEMENT
Nearly 90 percent of India’s diseases are caused by unsanitary water conditions. According to the World Bank, 88 percent of all diseases in India are caused by unsafe drinking water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene. Annual, water-related problems are responsible for: 4 billion cases of diarrhea, resulting in the deaths of more than 6 million children, 300 million malaria sufferers, 6 million people who have been struck blind by trachoma, and 500 million people who….
India-it's achievements in 60 years of independence
The foundation of independence laid before 150 years in 1857 , which is described As First war of Independence got success after 100 long years of struggle & On 15th August 1947 when a new Democratic country which has taken over the attention of the world with it's principles of Non-violence & peace & above all had many challenges before it to stand in the world scenario. Today we have achieved a milestone by completing 60 years of….
growth rate of GDP is below this lower limit, then it will not be adequate for keeping the economy on the path of self-sustained and steady growth and under these circumstances living standards of the mass of the population may not improve at all. India’s growth performance has always been modest.
So we can express GDP as Y=C+I+G+NX
This is called the income-expenditure identity.
Savings is the excess of current income over current expenditure and is the balancing item on the….
INDIA’S FOREIGN TRADE
Foreign trade or international trade refers to the trading of goods between
countries. Thus, international trade is an extension of internal trade i.e., trade
between two different regions within a country. Just like as single region within
a country cannot produce everything it needs by itself, one single economy
cannot produce every commodity all by itself. This could be due to differences
in the availability of natural resources, skills of people, etc. Therefore,….
India’s Nuclear Policy
The relationship between International Nuclear Regimes and developing nations is a matter of passionate debate. Debate is in process on certain issues like nuclear policy, on grand strategies, on basic political values etc. It is a debate with implications for our individual and collective existence and raises fundamental question about political preferences, approaches and pathways ahead. The end of World War II and use of nuclear bomb presented US with new kind of….
Asst. Professor, Dept. of Economics,
Sangamner College, Sangamner
India’s Growing Population
The population explosion is a curse for the developing countries like India, the population explosion is a curse and is damaging to the development of the country and its society. The developing countries already facing a lack of their resources, and with the rapidly increasing population, the resources available per person are reduced further, leading to increased poverty….
* Estimated that India 's population would rise to 1,129,866,154 by July 2007.
* India 's population rose by 21.34 % between 1991 and 2001.
* Sex ratio (Females : Males)
* 1991 – 927:1000
* 2001 – 933: 1000
India’s population structure (1990-2010)
Period | Births per year | Deaths per year | Natural change per year | CBR1 | CDR1 | NC1 | TFR1 | IMR1 |
1990–1995 | 27,566,000 | 9,400,000 | 18,166,000 | 30.0 | 10.2 | 19.8 | 3.72 | 76.4 |
1995–2000 | 27….