regression analysis. Here, we also discuss the advantages and disadvantages of green revolution. Furthermore, we intend to throw light on the plight of Indian farmers, and the problems faced by agricultural sector in India.
In spite of Agriculture being the backbone of our country’s...
Industrial Revolution, commencing in the 18th century. By the end of the 20th century, East Asia had become one of the most recently industrialised regions of the world.
1 Description 2 History of industrialisation 2.1 Industrial revolution in Europe
Green Innovation Management in the Automotive
Auto industry is one of the first ones introducing “green” products to customers. It is because this...
Britain in 2000
Green Belts Another feature, linked to the above, that must be contemplated, is the Green Belt. They are a man-made feature of the natural environment in the sense that they are areas, typically...
Research Associate, Department of Commerce,
V.H.N. Senthikumara Nadar College (Autonomous),
The industrial revolution of the eighteen and nineteenth centuries led to great increase in production and income. Technology innovation led to greatly increase output at...
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Shoppers’ Stop’s customer loyalty program is called The First Citizen (Annexure X) and Pantaloons customer loyalty program is Green Card Program (Annexure XI) through which these department stores offers exclusive benefits and privileges to the customers. Both provide reward points...
sector. This is very much true not only for India but for most countries across the globe. Milk and milk products
are perhaps one of the very few consumption items common in all cultures around the world. The advent of
white revolution and operation flood has changed the scenario drastically...
of such global European Empires as that of Spain and Britain, which helped shape the modern world. The Industrial Revolution began in Britain in the 18th century and the Age of Revolution emerged out of the United States and France as part of the transformation of the West into its industrialised, democratised...
emerged as a significant threat to even the most industrialized nations as Mother Nature nearly negated the benefits derived from the 20th century’s Green Revolution.
As Western Europe became dependent on outside sources to provide sustenance to its population, tensions within the European Union reached...
“The direct model has been a revolution, but it’s not a religion.” Michael Dell
"Consumers is a market by itself... We recognize that while we have been delivering products to consumers, we never had the strategy or organization to go after this market”
THE URGE TO CHANGE
The move to finally dip...
lobe. For the neck there is the adigai which consists of a choker and pendant, and a longer chain with a broad padakkam or pendant designed in red, green, and pearly stones with peacock or floral designs set in a half-moon like frame. An undulating bangle, vanki; for the upper arm, gold bangles for the...
system of agricultural production has undergone a drastic change from the basis of natural resources to scientific bases, which involved technology revolution in the agricultural sector. The traditional variety of seeds was not able to yield maximum productivity from the land with dependence on uncertain...
next year or next decade, it's now." Report from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA): HYPERLINK "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Environmental_issue" \l "cite_note-1" 
"Climate disasters are on the rise. Around 70 percent of disasters are now climate related – up from around...
TOPIC : Food Processing Industry of India
Food processing is the conversion of raw ingredients into food items or in other forms of consumables by using different industrial processes and tools in order to produce marketable, consumable and long shelf life food products...
1. Is the Nuclear deal good for India : YES IT IS
2. Is the nuclear deal a windfall for the Congress party : YES IT SEEMS TO BE :
3. Are the finance ministry measures confidence building measures
4. Will Obama’s Anti-outsourcing stand spell doom to India
5. Has reservation in professional...
Since the infrastructure of such cities was built to support a larger population, its maintenance can become a serious concern.
A shrinking city is a densely populated urban area with a minimum population of 10,000 residents that has faced...
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the future. Its story is built on innovation and seeing where others fail to see. Always at the cutting edge - with colour, with its sales outlet revolution, with an absolutely unique production and commercial network and with a universal form of communication, creating both a phenomenon and cultural...
the rising tide of youth unemployment to forget about a steady job for life, saying such is "monotonous [anyway and] it's
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globally from 2.4% to 1.8% for the oil and gas producers like BP.
On the supply side, the most noticeable phenomenon remains the American shale revolution. In 2012, the US recorded the largest oil and natural gas production increases in the world, and saw the largest gain in oil production in its history...
The economic development in India followed socialist-inspired policies for most of its independent history, including state-ownership of many sectors; India's per capita income increased at only around 1% annualised rate in the three decades after Independence. Since the mid-1980s, India has slowly opened up...
India is an agricultural country. About seventy percent of our population depends on agriculture. One-third of our National income comes from agriculture. Our economy is based on agriculture. The development of agriculture has much to do with the economic welfare of our country.Our agriculture remained...
independence in 1947, India chose to be a federal state, with significant power to the state governments in response to the diversity in socio-economic conditions across the country. Over the last 60 years, the number of states and their boundaries has changed frequently and India now has 35 states and...
to efficient management
4. Is the Nuclear deal good for India
5. Is the nuclear deal a windfall for the Congress party
6. Are the finance ministry measures confidence building measures
7. Will Obama’s Anti-outsourcing stand spell doom to India
8. Has reservation in professional courses worked
Green Marketing: Leads to Product Innovation
Prof. Manjusha Kadam, Faculty of marketing
Novel Institute of Management Studies
Affiliated to AICTE approved by university of pune
Mail id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph : 9226787839
All of mankind has limited resources on the earth, with...
CARBON CREDIT MANAGEMENT IN INDIA
The phenomenon of change in atmospheric conditions due to air polluting gases is
called as global warming. Carbon-dioxide is one of the Green House Gases causing
global warming. Green House Gases also includes some other gases like methane,
As an environmental activist
she has co-ordinated, supported and learned from grassroots networks on a wide range of issues across India.
Advocates ‘tree hugging’, the tactic of hugging trees to prevent them being cut down.
Supports ‘Navdanya’ (meaning 9 seeds): “Conserving seed is...
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Unemployment has become a major economic issue in India. With
many losing their jobs, and many not given the opportunity to obtain a job, India’s
unemployment rate had increases to 7.8 %( 2006 est.). With 1,129,866,154 (July 2007
est.) people living in India, 25% are below the poverty line. As apposed...
India is the second most populous country in the world. Majority of its population live in villages & earn their livelihood through farming. Agriculture is the backbone of Indian Economy. The agriculture sector in India contributed 14.6% to the GDP in 2011-12 and is the...