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human right issues

Population: 1,173,108,018 (July 2010 estimate) Capital: New Delhi Major Cities: Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Chennai Area: 1,269,219 square miles (3,287,263 sq km) Bordering Countries: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, China, Nepal and Pakistan Coastline: 4,350 miles (7,000 km) Highest Point:Kanchenjunga at 28,208 feet (8,598 m) India, formally called the Republic of India, is the country that occupies most of the Indian subcontinent in southern Asia. In terms of itspopulation, India is one of...

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Does Drinking Have an Age- by Nicole Fernandes

drinking water, drinking medicines, drinking alcohol. Each word that is associated with drinking has an issue attached to itself and these issues can easily be identified to one of the well-known city ‘Mumbai’ in which we live. The Maharashtra state government sets up different laws to each of these Mumbai issues. This government has also taken up the initiative to set up a law which helps in providing a permit or denial to youngsters to drink alcohol. The Maharashtra State Government raised up the age...

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Case Study

way of sending E-mail (pre-alert message in their language). ABC Logistics was no exception to this procedure. Whenever they sent their load by evening flight to Mumbai, The sent pre –alert to Mumbai giving details of the load like flight number, total number of bags, total weight of the bags etc. Night-duty Airport Executive at Mumbai Airport use to retrieve the load and use to confirm the receipt of the load to the Bangalore office. The arrangement worked fine for months and even years. Airport...

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Wtc Noida

that it will take 14-15 months to come up with seven towers in New York city in place of twin towers destroyed on 9/11, eleven years back. He tells Dilasha Seth and Indivjal Dhasmana that WTCs are underrepresented in India. There are two WTCs--one in Mumbai and another in Bangalore. Two more are coming up in Manesar (Haryana), which has partially started, and the other one in Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh. In total, there would be eleven WTCs in India, which will also be underrepresentation, he says...

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Time Pass

Lonavala Location: 96 kms from Mumbai, Maharashtra Attractions: Karla Caves, Ryewood Park, Tiger's Leap etc Altitude: 625 metres Best Time to Visit: October to May How to Reach: One can easily reach Lonavala by hiring private taxis or by boarding buses from Mumbai. Lonavala is a picturesque hill station, often called the 'Jewel of the Sahyadri Mountains' in India. Located in the Pune district of Maharashtra, Lonavla is much preferred hill resort to the Mumbaikars, especially since...

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Godrej Repor

With brands you can believe in, service excellence you can count on and the promise of brighter living for every customer. Godrej Group is an Indian conglomerate headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It was founded by Ardeshir Godrej and Pirojsha Godrej in 1897, Lalbaug, Mumbai. It operates in diverse sectors such as real estate, consumer products, industrial engineering, appliances, furniture, security and agricultural products,to name a few. Its turnover is in excess of...

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Ankita

Calcutta. All these four earlier papers were published in the English language. Slowly newspapers started coming out from other parts of the country also. The “Madras Courier ” (1785) and “ Madras Gazette” (1795) were started from Madras. From Mumbai, the “Mumbai Herald” was launched in 1789. The press regulations and censorship imposed by the British stood in the way of starting more newspapers in India. In 1818, Lord Hastings removed the strict censorship measures for a milder set of policies. This...

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angre kanhoji

ATTEMPTS OF THE BRITISH AND PORTUGUESE TO SUBDUE ANGRE, HE REMAINED UNDEFEATED UNTIL HIS DEATH • HE WAS ORIGINALLY APPOINTED AS SURKHEL OR DARYASARANGA (ADMIRAL) BY THE CHIEF OF SATARA IN 1698. • HE WAS MASTER OF THE WESTERN COAST OF INDIA FROM MUMBAI TO VINGORIA (NOW VENGURLA) IN PRESENT-DAY STATE OF MAHARASHTRA • KANHOJI STARTED HIS LONG HISTORY OF HEROIC FEATS BY ATTACKING MERCHANT SHIPS OF EAST INDIA COMPANY AND SLOWLY GAINED RESPECT FROM ALL THE COLONIAL POWERS. • IN 1702, HE ABDUCTED A MERCHANT...

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Parle Products History

Vile Parle, Mumbai. The intent was to spread joy and cheer to children and adults alike, all over the country with its sweets and candies. The company knew that it wouldn’t be an easy task, but they decided to take the brave step .a small factory was set up in the suburbs of Mumbai, to manufacture biscuits as well. since then, the parle name has grown in all directions, won international fame and has been sweetening peoples lives all over India and abroad. A part from the factories in Mumbai and Bangalore...

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Inadequate Human and Infrastructural Resources

an attempt made to correlate the two key aspects i.e. Inadequate Human and Infrastructural Resources and try to find out if they play a major role in poor implementation of RIGHT TO EDUCATION. The universe for this project shall be the schools in Mumbai suburbs on the central line between Sion to Mulund Hypothesis: 1. Poor and less developed infrastructure is a major reason for the glitches in Right to Education. 2. Inefficient, untrained human resources contribute to the failure in...

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