India case study

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành hóa học dành cho các bạn yêu hóa học tham khảo đề tài: Evolution of sedentary pastoralism in south India: case study of the Kangayam grassland

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về sinh học được đăng trên tạp chí lâm nghiệp đề tài: Status of an indigenous agro-forestry system in changing climate: A case study of the middle Himalayan region of Tehri Garhwal, India...

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí yhọc Wertheim cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Dietary Use and Conservation Concern of Edible Wetland Plants at Indo-Burma Hotspot: A Case Study from Northeast India...

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Globalisation of birth markets: a case study of assisted reproductive technologies in India

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  • This book focuses primarily on speech recognition and the related tasks such as speech enhancement and modeling. This book comprises 3 sections and thirteen chapters written by eminent researchers from USA, Brazil, Australia, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Ireland, Taiwan, Mexico, Slovakia and India. Section 1 on speech recognition consists of seven chapters. Sections 2 and 3 on speech enhancement and speech modeling have three chapters each respectively to supplement section 1.

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  • We explore this question in two ways. First, we examine the breadth of the recent rise in sector effects, by exploring the evolution over time of country and industry effects outside of the technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) sectors. Our focus on TMT derives from the fact that these sectors have been identified in financial circles as being central to the recent stock market bubble.

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  • It has long been recognized that the common numerals used in daily life are of comparatively recent origin. The number of systems of notation employed before the Christian era was about the same as the number of written languages, and in some cases a single language had several systems. The Egyptians, for example, had three systems of writing, with a numerical notation for each; the Greeks had two well-defined sets of numerals, and the Roman symbols for number changed more or less from century to century.

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  • Th e ste el industry is one of man y major wo rl d industries exte nsively restructured in th is era of globalizatio n. The Global Restructuring of the Steel Indu stry explains how and why th e steel ind ustry has shifted from advanced ca pita list countries to late ind ustria lizing countries. Drawing upon case studies of th e steel industr y in th e US, Japan, South Korea, Brazil and India, Anthony P.D'Costa examines the relationship between industri al cha nge and institutional responses to techn ological diffusion....

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  • The diversification of economic activity and labour market development have both been identified as possible strategies to reduce the vulnerability of the poor and enable the ascent out of poverty. Whether such policies are necessarily empow-ering for women has been much debated but less well documented. In this book we adopt a comparative case study approach using original survey material for three African countries and a state in India to investigate these links

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  • The fourth part deals with country experiences in the insurance sector specifically the experiences of China and Africa based on two case studies undertaken specifically for the meeting. It also focuses on the experiences of insurance providers from developing countries such as Guatemala, India and South Africa. The experiences of Indian insurance provider JB Boda in terms of its operations and the challenges the company faces as well as that of Basil Reekie, chief executive officer, QED, and chairman, African Life Committee, are very illuminating in this regard.

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  • Moving away from these assertions, the aim of this paper is to identify and analyze the primary issues, opportunities and challenges that eGovernment initiatives present for developing countries. The insights and results here presented are based on an empirical, web- based research of 15 case studies undertaken in developing countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Guatemala, India, Jamaica, the Philippines) which have already explored and implemented eGovernment initiatives.

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  • It is estimated that NRs. 0.5 billion per year in tourism revenue is lost due to air pollution in Kathmandu valley (World Bank, 1997). Findings of a survey conducted among 1,702 tourists between May and June 2001 by MARG Nepal indicate that the quality of air is the number one area where tourists feel improvement is needed. This shows that Kathmandu’s poor transportation system and pollution is not only affecting human health and environmental quality, but also the tourism industry (Business Age, 2001).

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  • We use a series of computational models to estimate health damages attributable to air pollution from these plants, we compare these damages to estimates of damanges from non- maquiladora industrial polluters, and we use regression analysis to determine whether the poor suffer disproportionately from maquiladora air pollution. Two important caveats are in order. The two maquiladora plants for which we estimate health damages were selected for idiosyncratic reasons, and therefore may not be particularly representative.

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  • The guiding principles for water resources management (see section 10.1) should be reflected in the long-term strategy. For example, management at the lowest appropriate level should be pursued through the identification of the lowest appropriate level for all identified key functions, irrespective of the present level of management. For some functions, the lowest appropriate level is a local authority or unit, while for other functions it is a central authority (e.g. Case Study I, India).

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  • We did not identify any prospective cohort studies, which would be the strongest study design to assess this question of risk. Consequently, our conclusions are tempered by the limited available evidence. Based on these data, gastric bypass and laparoscopic adjustable band seem to confer minimal if any risk for nutrient problems, as long as maternal nutrition is maintained.

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  • Association studies from north India probing multiple loci across the spectrum of candidate cytokine genes are scanty. The present study, therefore, was aimed to bring in focus certain unexplored polymorphisms in the context of tuberculosis susceptibility in north Indian population. The role and importance of genetic background in tuberculosis has now become univocal with ethnicity playing a crucial role. Probing new loci relating to tuberculosis susceptibility could suggest novel approach in pharmacogenomics and therapy to combat this pathogen.

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  • The Bangalore district tuberculosis programme (the programme assessed). The Bangalore District has an area of 7798 square kilometers and had a population of about 1.3 million according to the census of 1961 (excluding the metropolitan area). The District has 13 towns and 2477 villages. The DTP was implemented in 1963, not by the staff of the DTC (as happens in other districts) but by trainees of two courses held in 1963 at the National Tuberculosis Institute (NTI) Bangalore. In all, 15 microscopy centres were organised in general health institutions of the District.

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  • Case studies show oxytocin and magnesium sulfate were included in national protocols for maternal health service provision as well as the EML and standard treatment guidelines in the majority of countries reviewed (where national data was collected and reported), including Ghana, Mali, Malawi, Mongolia, and India. Furthermore, the USAID/MCHIP survey states that most countries—except Rwanda and Ethiopia—reported that they have magnesium sulfate on their EMLs. Ethiopia reports that magnesium sulfate is under review, and it has plans to add it to the list soon.

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  • The most efficient meat-producing chickens are the meat-type crosses (Rock-Cornish). Purebred poultry types most commonly raised for white meat are Cornish, Plymouth Rocks, and White Jersey Giants, but these breeds are less efficient than the crosses and take up to 14 weeks to develop a desirable carcass. There are niche markets for red-plumage birds and for the Silkie chicken, which has dark purple skin and is very popular in various ethnic live-bird markets.

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  • In the year 1878 I took my degree of Doctor of Medicine of the University of London, and proceeded to Netley to go through the course prescribed for surgeons in the army. Having completed my studies there, I was duly attached to the Fifth Northumberland Fusiliers as Assistant Surgeon. The regiment was stationed in India at the time, and before I could join it, the second Afghan war had broken out. On landing at Bombay, I learned that my corps had advanced through the passes, and was already deep in the enemy’s country.

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