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Posts for December, 2011
Lot of researches have been done and lot of papers presented to highlight the economic policies that the country needs to be adopt in order to feed its increasing poor population.
Vinod Anand | 31 Dec 2011
Should you ever question people regarding their car indemnity policies, lots of people will show you they have been using their independent agent for such a long time they are virtually friends.
Rajesh Rawat | 31 Dec 2011
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Venkatragavan Santhanam | 30 Dec 2011
Mukesh Ambani led Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) is making headway in its efforts towards building strong homeland security solutions in India.
keshavpatil55 | 30 Dec 2011
Because eyes are the most beautiful, sensitive and vital parts of humans, they should be treated with utmost care and attention.
zia | 30 Dec 2011
Once again it is proved that Aussies are still on the top when it comes to playing Test cricket, especially at home.
John F Williams | 29 Dec 2011
On the occasion of the late Dhirubhai Ambani's 80th birthday on 28th December, the Ambani family plans to reunite.
pritamkhanna71 | 28 Dec 2011
It is a fact that, just on the basis of wealth, one can neither earn a good name nor get the blessings of God, nor one gets peace of mind.
Vinod Anand | 27 Dec 2011
Vidarbha Jan Andolan (VJAS) activists have reported shocking facts, all types of plants and ruby crops are severely infected by Mealy Bug, a virus gifted by imported Bt.cotton seed supplied by US MNC Monsanto.
VJAS | 27 Dec 2011
We are bothered about trifles but not life. What is more important? Here's a poem that identifies this swing and pull of priorities.
Jagdish Rawtani | 24 Dec 2011
Aniket Bajpai, a student of Four Year Classroom Program at FIITJEE's Mumbai Center brought laurel to the country having won the Silver Medal in the International Junior Science Olympiad held in Durban, South Africa on 10th December 2011.
shaida | 23 Dec 2011
John F Williams | 23 Dec 2011
Giffen Paradox is what we witness when people consume particular goods more with the increase in their prices.
Vinod Anand | 22 Dec 2011
One can get Asthma at any age said Padma Shri & Dr. B.C. Roy National Awardee, Dr. KK Aggarwal, President, Heart Care Foundation of India. Asthma disturbs the regular life of asthmatic patients due to difficulty in breathing.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 22 Dec 2011
BSNL's customer base in Palam Vihar is eroding at a massive pace as they switch to Airtel that provides much better services than the incompetent BSNL.
John F Williams | 22 Dec 2011
Everyday new names from different walks of life are added to the list of nominees of Bharat Ratna award and one is surprised why government doesn't announce the award.
John F Williams | 21 Dec 2011
Big B was so much thrilled and extremely happy to hear words of appreciation not from any Tom, Dick and Harry but from evergreen actor of the golden period, the tragedy king, Mohammad Yousuf Khan alias Dilip Kumar.
John F Williams | 20 Dec 2011
Winter months are heart attack months, said Padma Shri & Dr. B.C. Roy National Awardee, Dr. KK Aggarwal, President, Heart Care Foundation of India.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 19 Dec 2011
Students are behaving ridiculously in these days. So I wanna comment on them. These are my words to them.
Divya Teja | 19 Dec 2011
John F Williams | 19 Dec 2011
There should be proper monitoring of the supply and the distribution of the LPG cylinders in the market. Presently an LPG Cylinder weighing 14kg costs about Rs 400 and in the process the oil companies are losing crores of rupees every day.
John F Williams | 16 Dec 2011
Farmers are killing themselves and nobody seems to care. Now that the government has announced a relief package but even it is mere eyewash.
VJAS | 15 Dec 2011
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nahrs | 15 Dec 2011
FORECASTING THE LEVEL OF INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS OF DOMESTIC INDUSTRIES: THE CLUSTER INDUSTRY APPROACH (Part 4)
The most important reason for the micro-cluster-, products- and country focus discussed above, was to enable international comparisons.
Hopes of 5 million Vidarbha farmers who are demanding a bailout package are likely to be dashed as Govt plans to reduce the amount of compensation. The move will surely affect the cotton farmers drastically and will lead to increased farmer suicides.
VJAS | 14 Dec 2011
Heena | 14 Dec 2011
Now Hindi is an official language in the UN. Will our own states in the country, in particular Tamil Nadu, accept Hindi as the official language, probably not.
John F Williams | 14 Dec 2011
Although the process was narrowed-down considerably by the process that was discussed above, international cost and process comparisons of the wide range of products found in each of the micro-clusters were still problematic.
Crores of rupees have been washed away in planning to clean the river which can only boast of filth and stench.
John F Williams | 13 Dec 2011
It is appalling to see our system - media, police and politicians favouring rich at the cost of poor people. Is India home to only rich and corporate?
John F Williams | 12 Dec 2011
Rajiv | 11 Dec 2011
While we continue to make strides in sports and technology, our government machinery on the other hand is immersing deep in corruption.
We need to be actively involved in gathering the information and use RTI act to make sure that our system becomes transparent. In this case involving a top airport official, one wonders what action has been taken.
It was indeed a good performance by the Indian captain Sehwag, but neverthe less even Ramdin played beautifully in the Indore One Day International.
Our politicians have neither principle nor any religion; they are only after power and money. Congress once again is likely to take up the Stunt Slogan 'Garibi Hatao' forming the basic campaigning for the forth coming UP elections.
People with COPD, emphysema and other serious lung diseases can safely travel by airplane, but they should be evaluated by their doctor before travel, said Padma Shri & Dr. B.C. Roy National Awardee, Dr. KK Aggarwal, President, Heart Care Foundation of India.
Dr KK Aggarwal | 10 Dec 2011
You could land up in jail for issuing a cheque that bounces but here it is a routine. A widow who must have made hundreds of rounds to the government offices finally got the cheque but unfortunately, it bounced due to lack of funds.
John F Williams | 09 Dec 2011
Its failure has again led to the farmer suicides across Maharashtra. Now, since the officials have admitted that Bt. Cotton has failed, we need to do away with the genetically modified seed.
VJAS | 09 Dec 2011
V K Gupta | 08 Dec 2011
Planning Commission has approved the new guidelines proposed by Task Force on open access in Power Sector.
V K Gupta | 07 Dec 2011
Lemon Tree Hotels, India's largest chain of upscale hotels and resorts was recently conferred with the prestigious National Award 2011 for 'Best Employer - Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities' by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.
Vikash Kumar Singh | 07 Dec 2011
On the occasion of World Disability Day, December 03, 2011, AlphaOne in association with Sense International (India) spread awareness among the people of Ahmedabad to support the visually and hearing impaired.
Jitendra Parmar | 07 Dec 2011
THERE exists a strong relationship between a country's development strategy and its political system. Authoritarianism or democracy has an unfailing influence on the pace of development and justice. Political institutions always dominate the fate of nations in many ways. The strategy of economic development pursued by a country is an outcome of its political system, which, in turn, also determines its success or failure.
Choosing from a record breaking number of 450 author intent forms, QAI has announced the results of much anticipated Software Testing Leadership Awards 2011 at a gala ceremony in Bangalore.
ramandeepkaur | 05 Dec 2011
John F Williams | 04 Dec 2011
This is my personal tribute to the (Late) Dr. Bhupen Hazarika, Singer, Lyricist, Poet, Music Director, Academic, Thinker et al.
The Governor of Haryana and Chancellor of Kurukshetra University, Jagannath Pahadia, paid floral tributes to Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of India on the occasion of his 127th birth anniversary near the Arts Faculty building of Kurukshetra University here today.
cs kanwar | 03 Dec 2011
Government machinery should not be wasted at any cost while providing security to people who don't need it.
The film Force must be in news for many reasons but it is a sheer disappointment when comes to acting, screenplay and music.
Asma Rafat | 02 Dec 2011
One of the serious outcomes of the failure of the trickle down effect, essentially because of the 'vested' role of the State, is poverty.
Vinod Anand | 02 Dec 2011
Let us not keep of following the old trend. Let there be an improvemdnt in ways, means and norms to our General Election.
China is quite jealous of our economic growth and development since it is worrying them that India may not supersede them one day and becomes the Most Super Power in the World
it just gets like the multi-cuisine menu - a large variety of delicacies in action. the most-liked flaunt of ethnic riches, some sweet laughs, some spicy chit-chat, the mix platter of emotions running here and there, and the continuous servings of... catc
Siddhi Shah | 01 Dec 2011
Cruise holidays have been the mainstay of the holiday industry for a long time. They have had a reputation for being shall we say for the more elderly holidaymakers.
Sania Singhai | 01 Dec 2011
KEC International Ltd. (KEC), a billion dollar global infrastructure EPC major, has won new orders to the tune of ` 147 crore in its emerging businesses - water and railways.
Pragati tiwari | 01 Dec 2011
Ponting's time is up but he may continue in case he scores against New Zealand. Former New Zealand Captain Chris Cairns describing Ricky Ponting as the 'elephant in the room', said that Australia needs to end his 16-year long Test career in order to move forward.
On Sunday Col Rathore once again proved all his Critics wrong by equaling the World Record in Double Trap with 148 points out of the maximum of 150 at the Asian Shotgun Championship held in Kuala Lumpur.
I would like to share some experience on how families ignore their own child feeling just for the sake of their reputation in the society.
Nitin Dutta | 01 Dec 2011
'The Unknown World' is a 2D animated film that brings out the unknown world of a girl child in a mother's womb which we are unaware of. It is shown how the cruelty of 'Abortion' not only destroys the girl child but the world itself.
Tarun Juneja | 01 Dec 2011