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Poverty knows no boundaries and its very pervasiveness makes it difficult to define. The World Bank defines the poor as people who live under $1.00 per day; others peg the poverty line at $2.00 per day. Regardless of the definition, the poor suffer disproportionately from income insecurity,......
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More than 70% of the population of India is in villages, but supply of electricity is in sufficient amount to the survival, economic and social development and growth. Non-conventional energy sources such as sunlight and wind are ample in India. In future these energies must be utilized for......
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The global recession has disturbed the domestic car sales in the recent months. In this time of credit crisis, falling car sales, and slow economy discuss on what measures Auto industry must take to beat this downturn. Share insights strategies that can help to revive the Auto sector... ...
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A fake media for any purpose - be it noble or evil - is highly harmful to a true media professional. Under this topic we can discuss issues and cases where other people or professionals use false media identity that later becomes a problem for the true media professionals. For example, if......
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The concept of Bottom of the Pyramid' (BOP) was proposed by C.K Prahalad and Hammod in 2002. It refers to the approximate 4 billion people across the globe with a purchasing power of EUR 1000 per year or less. And the Indian Bottom of the Pyramid market segment and the potential it could offer.........
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Quality is something we all talk about. It is something that we pay for or desire as an attribute in a product or service. It is intangible but can be felt to the very part of it. But does all the stuff we buy have their claimed quality. There are many examples where people are cheated on the......
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The following are the key quotes of the budget 2009-10 presented by Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee. Major announcements that may affect different sectors have given below. We have considered five major sectors such as; Infrastructure Agriculture Power Education Health ...
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India inflation rate stands at 13.51 percent year-over-year under the most well known measures of Consumer Price index (CPI) which measures consumer prices, and the GDP deflator, in the whole of the domestic economy. Wholesale price index (WPI) rose 7.3 per cent in December from a year......
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Co-branding involves combining two or more well-known brands into a single product. Used properly, it is an effective way to leverage strong brands and has the potential to achieve 'best of all worlds' synergy that capitalizes on the unique strengths of each contributing brand. Here we will......
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Posted by: Rajeev Sharma
This post would trouble all blind supporters of Anna Hazare, one of the tiny creatures among them is Ajay Kumar Khaitan. Don't forget to focus on the slide on Justice P B Sawant report (duly signed by him) wherein the former Supreme Court judge has called Anna Hazare by name and accused him of corrupt practices. Know the OTHER SIDE OF ANNA HAZARE. One should keep one's mind open as minds are like parachutes -- they function only when they are open. SEE the Real Face of Anna Hazare See what his ex-trustees and friends have to say about the real Anna Hazare. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DD7fCRY7J94 Checkout what the common man knows about the man Spread the word .. Let everyone know the truth about the man who compares himself with Mahatma Gandhi ji. Jai Hind