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Times of India Analysed

million copies circulated daily * 2 lead magazines * Reaching 2468 cities and towns * 2 Television News Channel * 1 Television Life Style Channel * Turnover in excess of USD 700 million The headquarter of TOI is located in Mumbai. According to the survey TOI is the most widely read English Newspaper in India with a readership of 76.43 lakhs. According to Audit Bureau of Circulations, it has the largest circulation among all English-language newspapers in the world, across...

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Proud of Being an Indian

a lethargic police force (Aarushi's case and several others prove just how ineficient and incompetent they can be), what can an Indian expect? Wouldn't Indians rather choose to live a much more comfortable life that marks lesser danger (reminder: Mumbai blasts 1993, Western Railway bombings 2006 etc.) and earns them better money for the same amount of work done?   Even worse: Being Indians we lack knowledge about our own country's achievements and beauty. Tourists know India better. They have seen...

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South India and Maharashtra

Pradesh to the north and northeast, Chhattisgarh to the east, Karnataka to the south, Andhra Pradesh to the southeast and Goa to the southwest. The state covers an area of 307,731 km2 (118,816 sq mi) or 9.84% of the total geographical area of India. Mumbai, the capital city of the state, is India's largest city and the financial capital of the nation. Maharashtra is the world's second most populous first-level administrative country sub-division. Were it a nation in its own right, Maharashtra would...

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planned way and enjoyed every moment. We also enjoyed the famous dishes of Jaipur. We made some purchases in the last and then proceeded for our next visiting place, which was Mumbai. We stayed in Mumbai for five days. It is a big city and has a net of local railway which seems to be the part and parcel of local Mumbai people. There we found hustle and bustle every where. The people looked very busy with their work as we all had a long cherished dream to visit the famous Juhu Beach, Marina...

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Underground cities! Just a futuristic idea or a need of the present.

underground city be the next major futuristic movement? Can underground cities be the next future cities of the world? Keywords Future, future cities, futuristic movement, underground cities, science fiction, J.G Ballard, doomsday, Derinkuyu, Navi Mumbai, Mumbai, Krishnarao Jaisim, Husain-Doshi Gufa. 1. Introduction 1.1 The Future What is city of the future? Will there be any city in the future? For whom will the city of future be? A set of arguments very difficult to respond to, as all subjects like...

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Ikea India Scenario

Promotion Board (FIPB). Meanwhile, Maeztu, 45, is busy understanding the Indian culture to introduce the best possible and workable IKEA model in the country. Since his arrival in India a year ago, he has visited about 20 families in Delhi region, Mumbai and Bangalore to study the family lives here. And he found that the living room is the nerve centre of families here. "Living room in India is different from any other country — a place for socialising and every activity is around the food. In some...

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Hr Literature Review

labour is said to be only the symptom of the larger problem – the prevailing inequality in rural Indian society, particularly these states of the country. Recently, hundreds of children were freed after action by the Mumbai police and some NGOs from zari factories in Mumbai city. Zari work (fine decorative embroidery crafted by hand) calls for delicate, small and nimble fingers, and hence child labourers are often recruited from the poorer areas of the country. Uneducated and often compelled...

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Indian Railways

cum 2A), AB1(2A cum 3A) IR's Fastest Train : 12001/12002 Bhopal Shatabdi Express (runs at a speed up to 160 Km/h between New-Delhi to Agra Cantt and 140 Km/h between Agra Cantt to Bhopal Junction) First Railway Bridge : Dapoorie Viaduct on the Mumbai - Thane route First ISO Railway Station : Habibganj (WCR) First ISO Train : 12155/12156 Shaan-E-Bhopal Express (Habibganj – Hazrat Nizamuddin) Station with most number of ISO Trains : Habibganj[3] (12185/12186 Rewanchal Express,12155/12156 Shaan-E-Bhopal...

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Pollution Caused By Festival

Geography, Sociology. Feb-2010 M.S.B.S.H.S.E. Pune. Division-Nagpur 600 391 65.17% Hindi ‘A’ 4) MS-CIT June-2010 M.S.B.T.E. Mumbai 100 60 60.00% English ‘B’ 5) ITI-Computer Operator And Programminig Assistant July-2012 Directorate of Vocational Education And Training M. S. Mumbai 200 140 70.00% English ‘A’ 6) Graduation In Art (Polt., His , Hindi Literature ) Summer-2013 R.S.T.M. Uni. Nagpur 1500 ...

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Old Age Home Essay

against Hazare for accusing him of corruption. He was arrested in April 1998 and was released on a personal bond of 5,000 (US$110).[33] On 9 September 1998 Hazare was imprisoned in the Yerawada Jail to serve a three-month sentence mandated by the Mumbai Metropolitan Court.[14][34] The sentencing caused leaders of all political parties except the BJP and the Shiv Sena came in support of him. [35] Later, due to public protests, the Government of Maharashtra ordered his release from the jail. After...

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