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    To recapitulate: of the total of 543 Lok Sabha constituencies, 204 (or 37.6 percent) are— – and have been since the 1996 Lok Sabha election— - in the seven Hindi speaking (HS) states of Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, and Uttar Pradesh and, of these 204 constituencies, respectively, 40 and 80 are in Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. The HS states are of particular importance for the BJP since a large number of its contested constituencies are from these states: in 2014, nearly 45 percent (192 out of 428) of the constituencies contested by the BJP were from the HS states. These states are also important for the INC but to a lesser degree: 34 percent (158 out of 464) of the constituencies contested by the INC in 2014 were from the HS…

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    votes for every 100 votes received by the collective of non-BJP parties (that is, 21 percent of the total vote). The value of the amplification coefficient, α, is thus a measure of electoral efficiency— – the smaller its value, the greater the ease with which votes are converted into seats. Hindi Speaking States In earlier chapters we had drawn attention to the importance of Hindi-speaking (HS) states to the relative electoral fortunes of the INC and the BJP. To recapitulate: of the total of 543…

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    Kim Jonghyun Case Study

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    The death of Kim Jonghyun was an event unexpected by anyone. Confirmed on the 18th of December, he was previously found in an apartment unconscious. Reports confirmed its source as a coal briquette, which caused carbon monoxide poisoning in his lungs. After several attempts of oxygen therapy, Kim Jonghyun sorrowfully passed that night. How much had he suffered before that night? Kim Jonghyun notable lead the hyper-popular Korean boy group known as SHINee. Debuting in 2008 with their EP replay…

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    Central Government may from time to time, advice. The expert members also should neither be less than ten nor more than twenty as the Central Government may from time to time, advice. Also the Chairman of the Tribunal has given the power to invite one or more Expert members who are the experts of their field and also have experience to advice the Tribunal in particular case. The NGT has its branch in the following part of the country: ZONE PLACE OF SITTING TERRITORIAL JURISDICTION…

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    Ravi River Essay

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    HISTORY OF RIVER RAVI Ravi River, the littlest waterway of the stream Indus framework was among that were given to India when the Indus Water Treaty was agreed upon. Ravi River is one of the five floods of stream Indus that has lead to the area 's name Punjab (signifying "Five Rivers"). It is arranged in the northwestern piece of India and north eastern piece of Pakistan. Waterway Ravi emerges from the Himalyas in Himachal Pradesh state, India and travels through west-northwest Chamba, going…

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    Kakinada Port Case Study

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    KAKINADA DEEP WATER PORT CASE STUDY 1. Project Description This case study revolves around the Kakinada Deep Water Port which is a part of the Kakinada Port situated in the east coast of the southern state of Andhra Pradesh. This port henceforth referred to as KDWP is a part of the Kakinada Port. Apart from the KDWP, the Kakinada Port also houses the Kakinada Anchorage Port and the Kakinada Fishing Harbor and Ship-Breaking Unit. This project of KDWP was initially started by the Government of…

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    Subjectivist Theory

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    Ritchie & Marchionni, 2009; Carter, 2006). AI is a type of action research that studies the positive aspects of a group when it is working at its very best, in order to imagine and create positive change for the future (Cooperrider & Whitney, 2005). Fundamental to AI is the belief that in every group there is something positive that requires focus and this focus can become a reality through the efforts of people in the organisation (Cooperrider & Whitney, 2005). AI is a participatory research…

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    Civ Radio Case Study

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    Date May 25, 2017 ATTENTION: Lynn Kirkland-Harvey, UFV Interim-chair, Communications Department Dear Ms. Kirkland-Harvey, CIVL Radio would like to congratulate University of the Fraser Valley Communications Department for receiving the prestigious honour of hosting a new scholarship. At CIVL we believe in rewarding learners who take an interest in broadcasting. This award will contribute to the education of a continuing University of the Fraser Valley student in the broadcasting field.…

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    Shg Movement Case Study

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    (SRLMs) in the country. Starting from a modest scale as a pilot in the year 1992, the SHG-Bank linkage programme has turned into a solid structure with more than 79.60 lakh savings-linked Self Help Groups (SHGs) covering over 10.3 crore poor households as on 31 March 2012. The total savings of these SHGs amounted to 6,551.41 crore. The number of credit-linked SHGs under the programme stood at 43.54 lakh. From a 2.2 million SHGs in 2006, it has increased to about 4.3 million in 2012. Despite the…

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    previous section, the selectivity issue appears also from the host perspective. The unskilled individuals are more likely to migrate to places where the income distribution is equal and skilled individuals are more likely to migrate to the areas with a more unequal earnings .Also, individuals tend to migrate to places where the migration costs can be reduced – whether by common language or by the existence of a Diaspora, friends or family, also known as the network effect (Pedersen et al, 2009).…

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