India Essays

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Urban vs Rural India Essay

People living in urban India have better living conditions than those living in the rural parts of India. Rural India is very poor when compared to urban India.

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India And Its Strategic Location History Essay

Developing a strategic relationship with India is important to the future of U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy as India is posed to be a leading nation as global power shifts to the Indio-Pacific in this century. China’s activities with Pakistan, Burma, and on its border with India might change the strategic outlook of India towards a more defined relation...

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Analysis Of The Partition Of India

The partition of India was related to India wanting its independence from Britain; during World War II the British sought India once again to provide essential soldiers and materiel for the war effort. To understand and answer why the British believed that the partition of India was necessary individuals need to know what influence the British had o...

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Relations Between The US And India

Although it does not mean that the Council will be reconstructed and India will be able to have a permanent seat soon, Obama’s announcement has been an effective diplomatic gesture to show the importance of the US to India and to strengthen their relationship. In order to maintain peace in the region, develop relations and get benefits from both Ind...

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Barriers to India’s Economic Development

As per Census of India statistics report (n.d.), the literacy rate in India has raised to 74.04% in 2011 as the population increased compared to 64.83% in 2001. Historic inflation India: CPI inflation.

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The British Raj Essay

India would be a very different country if the British had never ruled India. India would not be India today if it wasn’t controlled by the Britain.

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Positive Effects of the British Colonization of India Essay

The colonization of India was helpful for India because it went a long way to modernize India, westernized India in government and equality, and allowed India to be a successful country it is today. When the East India Company took control of India in 1612, they began modernizing, westernizing, and industrializing India.

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An India in which there shall be no high class and no low class of people; an India where all communities will live in a perfect harmony. CLEAN INDIA HEALTHY INDIA .

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Rural Industries in Indian Economy

India is one of the most predominant producers as well as consumers of tobacco in India. Also, the Government of India has also ensured employment generation program in the rural regions under Rural Employment Generation Program (REGP) and the Prime Minister’s Rozgar Yojana (PMRY) in association with of State Governments, Reserve Bank of India (RBI)...

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India Change over Time Essay

Also, even though English is common in education and business, the official language of India today is Hindi. After much hard work, India finally gained independence from Great Britain in August 1947; however, although India gained independence all ties with the British nation were not cut.

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British Empire and India Essay

In 1858 the uprising was over, the East India Trading Company lost control over India and the British government took control. Also, because of the Industrial Revolution in England, the cloth from England was sent to India so that the expensive cloth in India stopped being purchased and many craftspeople went out of business.

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Teachers Day Essay

Later on he became the Vice President of Indian republic when Dr. Rajendra Prasad was the President of India. This great son of India was an outstanding scholar and teacher.

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India during rule from the British Essay

India was eventually under the complete control, even the rule of Britain; you could even say that India was occupied by Britain, as there were both political figures, and military troops from Britain in India. As it is shown, through the English East India Company, the British exploited India through direct and colonial imperialism, in order to bri...

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Ken Research Essay

Table 1: India X-ray Equipment Market by Value in INR Crores, 2011 Table 2: India X-ray Equipment Market by Sales in Units, 2011 Table 3: India X-ray Equipment Imports in USD Million, 2008-2012 Table 4: India X-ray Equipment Exports in USD Million, 2008-2012 Table 5: India MRI Equipment Market by Value in INR Crores, 2011 Table 6: India MRI Equipmen...

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Marketing strategies of state bank of India Essay

4 Pursuant to the provisions of the State Bank of India Act of 1955, the Reserve Bank of India, which is India’s central bank, acquired a controlling interest in the Imperial Bank of India. Government of India owned the Imperial Bank of India in 1955, 3.

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In Spite Of the Gods the Rise of Modern India Book Review Essay

Edward Luce covers all of the aspects of life in India in great detail. Luce then states that India is a growing country and will become very successful if it overcomes corruption and poverty.

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Reasons For The Sharp Development Of India Economics Essay

In recent year, India accounted for 1.45% of global commodity trade and 2.8% of global commodity services export.Until the liberalization in 1991, India was deliberately and largely separated from the world markets, to protect its economy and to achieve self-dependence. The large population of goods purchased enormous potential, but only the middle ...

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India–Russia Relations

• Challenges and Opportunities: Russia and the Rise of China and India [31] by Dmitri Trenin, Strategic Asia 2011-12: Asia Responds to Its Rising Powers – China and India (September 2011) . India is a largest military power country ,Russia helps to India , so India and Russia .

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India Foreign Policy Essay

Meanwhile, India continues to lead the G77 and the Non-Aligned Movement and in this capacity negotiates on behalf of the developing nations in the UN General Assembly and WTO Doha talks. As per statistics, India currently imports 70% of its oil and 50% of its gas; by 2025 it is projected that India will import 80% of its energy needs.

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Comparing Business and Econimic Opportunities in India and China Essay

From my perspective, choosing India to invest is a wise decision, the main reason I recommend the India for foreign investment is that companies may not face as much as competition in India compare with China. As for protecting intellectual property right, the provisions of intellectual property right in India is more comprehensive than Chinese, whi...

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Names of India Essay

The Constitution of India calls the country India or Bharat, respectively in English and भारत (Bhārat) in Hindi. The long name is Republic of India and भारतीय गणराज्य (Bhāratiya Gaṇarājya), meaning "Republic of India".

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India and imperialism: A developing country

After the British rulers were force to leave India in the year 1947, India became a country among countries with the highest poverty and corruption. As India is a developing country, Iran as shown in the movie “Persepolis” is also a developing country because of imperialism.

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Impact of British Colonialisation on Indian Culture Essay

The British rule rather systematically destroyed the native industries of India for the benefit of the industries in Britain and their market in India. All other religions like Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Sikhism, and many other traditional faiths and religions in India had to be eliminated to save the souls of India and Indians.

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Air India Limited

On 1 August 1953, the Government of India exercised its option to purchase a majority stake in the carrier and Air India International Limited was born as one of the fruits of the Air Corporations Act that nationalised the air transportation industry. On May 2004, Air India launched a wholly-owned low cost airline called Air India Express.

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India of My Dream

This was my dream India. I would love to see such a beautifull India in future.

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Comparing India and China

An economic analysis of growth, trend and impact of FDI in India and China. Country Analysis – India.

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Development and History of the India-Pakistan Space Program

Pakistan also have the offer for Awacs system but United States retraced the offer that time in 1980 India raised the question that by introducing this type of strategic technology it can change the strategic arm balance between India and Pakistan. Pakistan is likely to emulate Indian ASAT effort and given the entity between India and Pakistan and t...

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Imperialism in india Essay

imperialism of India it could be reasonably argued that India benefitted more in than Britain in the long run. This education helped India flourish and become the advancing nation that it is today.

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Comparison of life with seasons in nature Essay

The geographical coordinates of India are 8° 4′ N to 37° 6′ N latitudes and 68°7′ E to 97° 25′ E longitudes. Tropic of Cancer (23° 30′ N) passes midway through India.

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India vs China

India in other hand is also growing but if we look at the growth compared to China, India is still lacking behind. Therefore, if we compare in near future India might grow rapidly than China as the working population will be high in India.

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