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  • India 's Role Of India

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    is to determine the role of India in the world trade of textiles and apparel, the political and economic orientation of India and the adequacy of the infrastructure for trade, the currency used and the exchange rate that goes with it against the US dollar, and the opportunities for foreign investment. According to Technopak Advisors, India is one of the largest textile producers in the world and is still growing. They are second only to their neighbors, China, and India is predicted to have a US$

  • India 's Life Of India

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    as we all presume India a captivating region and a place that everyone-once in their life should visit. If that’s not true then you probably know enough about India and why one may or may not want to travel to such an inevitable country! A country filled with diversity of food and religions. Moreover learning the variations of people living throughout india! I personally have been travelling to India since i was 5 years old, fortunately as my parents specialize in travel to India. Over these past

  • India Unity In Diversity In India

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    India is described as a country which is “a Unity is Diversity” because it is comprised of a wide variety of individuals who belong to different religions, speak different languages, practice different traditions, have different castes, worship different gods, wear different clothing, and eat different foods. Although India is comprised of all these different individuals and their diverse traits and practices, these individuals live together in peace and harmony in India. Furthermore, the people

  • India 's Independence Of India

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    Political Gaining independence from Great Britain in 1947, India classifies itself as a “Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic Republic” with a parliamentary system of government. Like the United States, India has three branches of government; the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial branches. The Executive branch consists of the President, Vice President, and the Cabinet Ministers while the Legislative branch consists of the Prime Minister (PM) and two houses: a 250 member Rajya Sabha (Council

  • Urban India vs. Rural India

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    have a school there called the India Institute of Technology where the stringent curriculum rivals that of the prestigious MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) here in the United States. Multinational businesses exploit their Indian employees as they do not command the same wages as employees in more developed nations. However, these wages are deemed significant and impressive in comparison to the alternatives. These highly educated individuals of India have landed jobs with multinational

  • Cultural Similarities Between India And India

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    Cultural Similarities and Differences between China and India Introduction There is a great deal more in like manner between the two nations socially, than say, between a Chinese (or Indian) and an American or European. A snag might be the dialect. Numerous Chinese from Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong visiting India communicates in English and feel good in their relations with Indian individuals. Indian individuals are insightful, persevering and family-situated, same as the Chinese (Moran 345)

  • Communalism In India And Communalism In Modern India

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    COMMUNALISM IN MORDERN INDIA Communalism, best known for the large number of clashes between different ethnic groups it has instigated within the Indian subcontinent. Communalism is basically an ideology that is made up of three very important beliefs/ingredients: a) People of the same religion will have common interest and mind-set b) One religions interest is always different from that of another. c) The interests of the followers of the other religion are seen to be completely incompatible.

  • Immigrants From India, Pakistan, And India

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    INTRODUCTION India is home to one of the world's oldest civilizations. With that, it came with a rich history and complex cultures in science, religions, art, and food dating back to at least 5000 years to the birth of Indus valley, an ancient civilization that flourished around 1500 B.C. that consisted of two large cities and more than 100 towns and villages. After the fall of the Indus Valley civilization due to infiltration from Aryan tribes, Hinduism became the dominant religion of the subcontinent

  • India And The United States Of America And India

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    Two of the world’s most largest democracies are known as the United States of America and India. The countries have Federal Democracies, India known as the top down federation and the United States known as the bottom down federation. India is known for their multi-party system and the U.S. for their two party systems. These two democracies represent 22.3% of the world population, with a combined population of over 1.267 billion people according to the World Bank estimates. Legislative, executive

  • Hindu India vs Muslim India

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    stated in the Government Act of India 1919 that a commission would be sent from Britain to India to inspect the conditions concerning the constitutional reforms of this country. Simon commission consisted of seven members and its chairman was Sir John Simon. The commission consisted of only British. In their Annual Session of 1927, the Congress leaders stated that they would boycott from any activities and proposals given by the Simon Commission. It reached India in 1928 and received a hostile welcome