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  • Solar Energy Literature Review

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    Primarily, it is the gift of the nature to the humankind in various forms. The consumption of the energy is directly proportional to the progress of the humankind. With ever-growing population, improvement in the living standard of the humanity, industrialization of the developing countries, the global demand for energy increases day by day. The primary source of energy is fossil fuel, however the finiteness of fossil fuel resources and large scale environmental degradation caused by their widespread

  • Life Insurance Industry In India

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    LIFE INSURANCE MARKET: THE RURAL INDIA ATTACHMENT R. Praveen Kumar, S. Poorna Prabhat, Research Scholars, Department of Commerce & Business Administration, ACHARYA NAGARJUNA UNIVERSITY ABSTRACT Life insurance is bought lesser in India by rural population. In the case of life insurance, there is very little pressure. The possibility of death is unseen by the rural people; however there is more likelihood of such adversity for people lives in rural areas. The rural people never believe that

  • Alienation In Art: The Concept Of Alienation In Literature

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    His film. Agraharathil Kazhuthai (1977) made in Tamil, is a pungent satire on the brahminical prejudice and superstition, and his third film Cheriyachente Kroora Krithyangal (1979) revolves around a feudal landlord, who feels endangered by industrialization and Communism, and is shown as a frightened prey of history against the normal characterization as a stereotypical

  • John Maynard Keynes: The Role Of State In Economic Development

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    Introduction The role of state in economic development has long existed around the world. Due to the economic depression of 1930 the existing economic theories were not able to give any apt explanations for this worldwide economic collapse. This provided a backdrop for a revolution spearheaded by John Maynard Keynes. John Maynard Keynes was an influential policy analyst and economist. His book titled “The General Theory of Employment Interest and Money” was published in 1936 i.e. during the Great

  • Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Case Study

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    Failed establishment: Taiping Heavenly Kingdom Campaign versus The Confederates I. Introduction In the middle of 19th century, the Qing Dynasty was challenged by the new formed “Kingdom” called Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, and, at the same time, in U.S. continent, the Union was in the same situation, threating by the Confederate. Though both have failed in the end, these two highlighted events in both China and U.S. history were being compared and contrasted in the aspects of their origins, failures

  • Ar-Negara Malaysia's Financial Industry

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    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction The banking institutions play an important role in ensuring efficient financial system and thus contribute to economic stability. The households, firms and governments are reliant on banking institutions to obtain financial resources to meet the capital requirements and necessities fulfilment. As a result, there is variety of contracts especially a debt-based has been introduced. There are many products that are introduced into the needs of the unit shortfall

  • Child Labor Case Study

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    Child labor in developing countries Introduction In today’s world the exploiting child as workers remains a concerning topic especially in developing countries where the protection of human rights is not regarded as being particularly strong. Human rights application result to be a controversial matter including when delicate issues as child labor and its implications on children’s development are concerned, as it consists in two opposing viewpoints on whether child labor should be legalized or not

  • Environmental Impact On Environment

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    Direct impacts of agriculture development on the environment arise from farming activities, which contribute to soil erosion, land salination and loss of nutrients. The spread of green revolution has been accompanied by over exploitation of land and water resources and use of fertilizers and pesticides have increased many folds. Shifting cultivation has also been an important cause of land degradation. Leaching from extensive use of pesticides and fertilizers is an important source of contamination

  • Essay On Inflation In Nepal

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    government was formed, same problems were experienced. This political instability in Nepal has slowed the pace of industrialization. New investors could not have been attracted to invest in industries including hydropower. Nepal has been able to generate hydropower less than one percent of its total potential. Inadequate electricity, poor road infrastructure and slow pace of industrialization are mainly due to the political instability in Nepal. In the absence of these factors, Nepal is compelled to depend

  • Nationalism Comparative Analysis

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    COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF NATIONALISM BASED ON THE PERSPECTIVES OF JOSEPH STALIN AND MIKHAIL GORBACHEV This research paper is presented to: Emma Delgado Allysia Michelle Castillo DEUSTAT-C A52 DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY 2401 Taft Ave., Malate, Manila Introduction: “Nationalism,” as defined by the Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, is “generally used to describe two phenomena: 1.) The attitude that the members of a nation have when they care about their national identity