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Does Four pillared TAJ MAHAL have two faces..???

Posted by Sowmya Gogineni on Wednesday, May 18, 2011 In : facts of india 

 

                  

 

Taj Mahal?? and two faces? Sounds quite weird, doesn’t it?

There wouldn’t be a person on the surface of the earth who would be unaware of the legend of Taj Mahal. “Taj Mahal” that we know, only has a story of love and dedication to tell. It legend speaks about the endless love of a Mughal emperor for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal, a master piece of art, the perfection of the countless craftsmen involved, years of hardwork and the breathtaking beauty of the ...


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BOFORS-A scar on face of India-I

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Wednesday, May 18, 2011 In : facts of india 

Bofors?????

Rajiv Gandhi?????

 Quattrocchi???

 OMG what the hell these are all about?? Have your ever felt in that way? But I felt in that way so why I went for some study about Bofors scandal…I found some interesting facts and I want to share them with you… go ahead…..

Before getting know about what the scandal is exactly about, let me tell you something about Bofors. It was an Iron and steel company established some 350 years back in the year 1646. I think all you know about Alfr...


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Can India become a super power by 2020????

Posted by Mahitha on Wednesday, May 18, 2011 In : facts of india 

After a great struggle and sacrifice of many freedom fighters India won independence and got back its place in the world. India’s vibrant democracy-huge population associated with problems like poverty and illiteracy.Through the years we have developed in various fields like education, agriculture, industry, and transport etc.We have made efforts to develop scientifically, we could bring about industrialization through technology with the help of foreign collaboration. At present the wester...


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NATIONALIZATION OF BANKS IN INDIA.

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Sunday, January 2, 2011

Need of banks nationalization:

                The developmental goals of financial intermediation were not being achieved other than for some favoured large industries and established business houses. Whereas industry’s share in credit disbursed by commercial banks almost doubled between 1951 and 1968, from 34 per cent to 68 per cent, agriculture received less than 2 per cent of total credit. Other key areas such credit to exports and small-scale industries were also neglected. The stated...


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EMERGING INDIA TO EMERGED INDIA

Posted by VINOTHKUMAR K on Sunday, January 2, 2011

 
 Last year 
India achieved a rare feet of hosting all P-5 nations (Permanent members of security council of UN) in a single year. These visits marked the growing economic power and the importance of this great nation. Being the second fastest growing economy of the world, it is no more a big surprise. For a long time, India has been seen as a strategic partner to challenge the unprecedented growth of autocratic China, now the economic growth added additional weightage to our country. When the...

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