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    Executive summary This project is based on for the planning and reduction of drug abuse in north India. India is one of the leading countries in the world which has a large number of drug addicts. To improve this situation, there are many non-government organizations and agencies working together. Government also has taken some various serious steps and plans and schemes to improve the situation and to help those who are addicted to drugs. The work breakdown system shows how the government works to improvise the situation and with the help of government and Non-Government Organizations working together would help a lot in improving the situation. Project Overview This project focuses on usage and improvement in the situation…

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    Language Families Of India

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    Other languages spoken in India come from the Austro-Asiatic and Tibeto-Burman language families. India has no national language. Hindi, with the largest number of speakers, is the official language of the government. English is used extensively in business and administration and has the status of a "subsidiary official language"; it is important in education, especially as a medium of higher education. Each state and union territory has one or more official languages, and the constitution…

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    Throughout history a noticeable pattern has been displayed in which a civilization is impacted by the surrounding geographical features. The geography of a civilization can affect its culture, religion, politics, and even architecture. Geography can also form natural borders for protection and natural highways for travel. Natural features can greatly impact a civilization, and Ancient Egypt proves to be no exception to this trend. Located in northeast Africa, Egypt is bordered to the north by…

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    British had nearly been defeated in India in 1857 because of the riots in central and northern India but in spring of 1858 they came back into the game. This was called the Revolt of 1857 and because the British came back a lot of violence occurred from both sides leading equal amounts of counter-violence. Since the British executed the rebels, the rebels also killed white civilians like women and children without mercy. This led to the Kanpur massacre in June 27, 1857. The revolt ended the…

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    Analysis Of Iqbal Address

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    ALLAHABAD ADDRESS: In 1930 Iqbal distributed the Presidential Address the Allahabad Address, afore address Iqbal additionally distributed landmark lectures on Islam in 1928 and 1929 in Aligarh, Hyderabad and Madras. Because Iqbal's address ocular perceiver-plot was predicated on Islam. Iqbal's views on Islam and introversion with the modern conditions and modern situation avails him to engender the Allahabad Address. In 1932, Iqbal additionally presided over All India Conference that was held at…

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    Empire in 335 AD and ruled till 380 AD. Samudragupta was known for his military prowess and is known as the Napoleon of India. He carried out a series of military conquests and conquered Afghanistan and Kashmir in the north. His empire stretched over the most of northern and central India. He was also a poet and patronized music and art. He tried to modernize the monetary system through the minting of different types of gold coins. Samudragupta was succeeded by his son, Chandragupta II (also…

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    Gandhi Movie Analysis

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    non-cooperation (what Gandhi labelled Satyagraha). It suggests that Gandhi created the two concepts, however, he was merely an advocate; both were alive well before his name was heard. Swaraj was created by the earliest Indian nationalists - including Bal Gandaghar Tilak, whom the film speaks nothing of - in the 19th century, and the latter demonstrated as a form of protest years prior to Gandhi’s initial endorsement. In addition, the roles of others critical to Independence were lost, in…

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    Rise Of Narendra Modi

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    weaken the West dominated global order and contribute to the evolution of a more decentralized new order. Modi’s visit to and agreements with Japan are a clear sign that India is eager to work towards a new world order. During his visit, the two countries signed agreements to expand cooperation in defense, nuclear power, and trade and investment sectors, with…

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    Bodo Language Essay

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    1.1: INTRODUCTION Bodo is one of the famous languages of North-East India. It is the major language of the Bodo group of the Indo-Mongoloid family which fall within the Assam-Burmese section and is spoken by Bodo people of North-Eastern India. The Bodo language is amongst the official languages of the Indian state of Assam and it is one of the 22 languages which has been recognized by eighth schedule of the Indian Constitution. 1.2:LINGUISTIC CLASSIFICATION The Bodo language belonging to the…

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    Page 2: Option A The first of my relatives who move to the United States is my mother, who then was followed by my father. My mother moved to America when she was around the age of 20. She decided to move to America to get a job so she would be able to support the needs and wants of her family. She was born and raised in India where she was surrounded by poverty struck conditions, so to better her standard of living she decided to move. She didn’t believe it was going to be a difficult change…

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