Ppt on global warming in hindi language

POSOH – ForCLIMATE Research “Retreat!” Jun 2013 Prof. Ankur Desai University of Wisconsin-Madison.

5 would speak English 3 would speak Arabic 3 would speak Hindi 3 would speak Bengali 3 would speak Portuguese 2 would speak Russian 2 would speak Japanese 62 would speak other languages 83 would be able to read and write; 17 would not/ and type depend on temperature and its structure. The sun emits visible light, the earth mostly emits infrared light Do you believe in global warming? What is climate? Why is the earth like a greenhouse? What is electromagnetic radiation? What is a greenhouse gas? –Most/


Teaching Culture throughTranslation and Subtitling Dr. Pia Arboleda University of Hawaii at Manoa.

nilay kung magsalita siyay kasama ang pangungulila sa islang habambuhay niyang hindi na masisilayan. Nakakalungkot isipin ang mga taong nilisan niya, ngunit / Translation Project Post-Translation Presentation of oral report classroom or conferences (e.g. Filipino as Global Language, San Diego) Synchronization (for subtitling)  synchronize subtitles to video [Media Subtitler]  /country walks in springtime And a hand to hold when leaves begin to fall And a love whose burning light Will warm the winters /


India Cultural Awareness & Business Communication

Language: Hindi is the national language and spoken by 30% of the people; there are 17 official languages /Language English is all you need to know! Food International cuisine available in most cities. Many Indians are vegetarian don’t eat beef / pork and don’t drink alcohol. Weather Varies greatly by region; check before you leave People Highly personal, warm/ - jokes, especially in phone meetings MAXIMIZE one-on-one phone interaction, even for short durations the “buddy” system global team building – Games/


Human Geography of South Asia: A Region of Contrasts Both South Asia’s rich and ancient history, and its religious and ethnic diversity, have strongly.

Many Languages Constitution recognizes 18 major languages -India has over 1000 languages and dialects -Hindi is the official language -English is widely used by government, business workers Southern India is a distinct Dravidian subregion in language, ethnicity -major languages are/ Economic Activity in the Islands Tough Challenges Tourism in Sri Lanka grew until civil war began in early 1980s -war has also damaged infrastructure, disrupted economic activities Maldives must deal with global warming -if polar/


Next Copyright © by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Chapter 25 Geography A Region of Contrasts Human Geography of South Asia: Both South Asia’s.

Languages Constitution recognizes 18 major languages − India has over 1000 languages and dialects − Hindi is the official language − English is widely used by government, business workers Southern India is a distinct Dravidian subregion in language, ethnicity − major languages/ Economic Activity in the Islands {continued} Tourism in Sri Lanka grew until civil war began in early 1980s − war has also damaged infrastructure, disrupted economic activities Maldives must deal with global warming − if polar/


India. Words to Know   Ganges River   Arranged Marriages   Subsistence Farming   Caste System   Monsoons   Federal Republic   Independence.

entity after the African continent.   Hindi, with the largest number of speakers, is the official language of India.   English, which is extensively used in business and administration, is quickly become more widespread.   The number of dialects in India is as high as 1,652. /  Monsoon winds blow from cold to warm regions because cold air takes up more space than warm air.   Monsoons blow from the land toward the sea in winter, and from the sea toward land in the summer, thus creating a dry season /


Next Copyright © by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Chapter 25 Geography A Region of Contrasts Human Geography of South Asia: Both South Asia’s.

Languages Constitution recognizes 18 major languages − India has over 1000 languages and dialects − Hindi is the official language − English is widely used by government, business workers Southern India is a distinct Dravidian subregion in language, ethnicity − major languages/ Economic Activity in the Islands {continued} Tourism in Sri Lanka grew until civil war began in early 1980s − war has also damaged infrastructure, disrupted economic activities Maldives must deal with global warming − if polar/


SOUTH AMERICA THE NEW WORLD….. 12 Nations and 3 territories.

language of Suriname; English is the official language of Guyana, although there are at least twelve other languages spoken in the country such as Hindi and Arabic. English is also spoken in the Falkland Islands. French is the official language/ name in a friendly or family relationship, or with the surname, is a token of respect. Latinos are very warm and /no relation to the real economy. Globalization Chile has been an implicit supporter of globalization Chiles booming global economy has been touted as a /


South Asia.

(south) Confined to southern India Geographies of Language Indo-European north Dravidian south Linguistic Dilemmas So many different languages in one country India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka India has 15 official languages with no unified national language Role of media Hindi is spreading through popular media Role of English Main integrating language of India South Asian global diaspora British India: settlements in British colonies Contemporary India: migrated into U.S/


Susie Oh Information Literacy Instructor Lake Forest School District 67.

from the U.S. ____ are from Indonesia 3 are from _____________ Population Map Languages The top 5 languages spoken in the world are: Chinese English Hindi Spanish Arabic Water 87 have access to safe water 13 do not and must / Poverty Map Energy 76 have electricity 24 do not have electricity Problem-based projects Global issues: Poverty Global warming Hunger Deforestation Overpopulation Pollution Social justice issues Water Education Gender Human rights International Education and Resource Network The/


Open Data and the World Bank Open about what we do Open about what we know Open to new engagement Supporting others to be open.

accountability, and local engagement Apps for Development 100 entrants to the first global technology contest of its kind Improving innovation and creating new users and /data.worldbank.org In five languages Legally Open You are free to use our data for commercial and non-commercial purposes at no cost… Technically Open Warm response Andrew McLaughlin/ not free Revenues Investment But it’s good for business Language matters to reach clients So what about Hindi? So what’s next? Data, tools, supporting clients /


+ The Human World World Population Chapter 4, Section1.

in pronunciation and meaning Linguists are scientists that study languages and they organize the world’s languages into language families. + Language Families Large groups of languages having similar roots Languages that seem to have no relation come from the same family. Ex: English, Spanish, Russian and Hindi are all members of the Indo- European language/damage people’ health Acidic chemicals in air pollution also combine with precipitation to form acid rain. Global warming + People and the Environment As/


South Asia http://www.vbmap.org/asia-maps-7/south-asia-political-map-91/

risen steadily since the 1950s In slums and rural areas, school attendance, literacy still low Indian Culture Many Languages Constitution recognizes 18 major languages India has over 1,000 languages and dialects Hindi is the official language, but English is widely/ in Sri Lanka grew until civil war began in early 1980s Tough Challenges Tourism in Sri Lanka grew until civil war began in early 1980s war has also damaged infrastructure, disrupted economic activities Maldives must deal with global warming if/


Gandhi and Science Pankaj S. Joshi Mumbai First Kaka Saheb Kalelkar Lecture (Sahitya Parishad, Ahmedabad, 18 April 2009)‏

subjects through a foreign medium...” A scientific knowledge of one language makes a knowledge of other languages comparatively easy. Throughout his life, he kept telling this; an /jan- pahechan karani thi...syam ko muz se bole, Tuze is kitab ka Hindi main sunder anuvad karana hoga...” Gandhi-Einstein Correspondence The two greats never met,/This the right time and ripe time to do it in an International and Global Way ?? Acknowledgements My warm thanks to the Sahitya Academy for this kind invitation that/


1 Career & Course Options after 10 TH & Plus 2 Career Guidance Center PRESENTATION & DISCUSSION ON.

sociable with a naturally warm and pleasant personality and / Delhi – One Year Diploma –Global Detective Agency, Chennai Career Guidance Center/in Printing & Publishing 197 Various Other Options - 3 INDIAN INSTITUTES Planning and Management Foreign Trade Personal Management Mass Communication Information Tech (IIIT), Hyderabad National Council of Vocational Training National Trade Test Certificate Career & Course Options after 10 TH & Plus 2 Career Guidance Center 198 Various Other Options - 4 HINDI LANGUAGE/


AP Human Geography Practice Test

theology 42. The area around the sub-Saharan agricultural regions is being adversely affected by what environmental problem? Global warming Desertification El Niño Increased earthquake activity Transhumance 43. The Mongolian region during the 1940s through the 1990s /in the world in terms of population is? a.) Solomon Islands b.) Falkland Islands c.) Aruba d.) Puerto Rico e.) Greenland 68. Which is the world’s primary lingua franca language? a.) Mandarin Chinese b.) Russian c.) English d.) Spanish e.) Hindi /


CONFIDENTIAL SONY PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT MID RANGE PLAN – OCTOBER 4, 2012.

local language TV series with the intent of creating a global hit Grow Crackle’s U.S. ad business by increasing investment in its /Hindi general entertainment channel 29 Focus next 18 months on maximizing efficiencies in existing operations Continue to selectively launch channels in new and existing territories Increase investment in /month of May, and did not get the 3D lift internationally. Unseasonably warm weather hurt the European openings Motion Pictures However, there were some disappointments/


Cordillera Administrative Region

as a mental challenge. People all over the global have their own sets of riddles. In the Philippines, riddles are often raised during weddings/eto nga ay gagaling sa pamamagitan ng pag-alay ng keshaw. Hindi kailangang magarbo eto,maaring katamtamanng laki ng baboy at puwedeng samahan ng/not be right to die," he said, gathering her in his arms. Her whole warm naked naked breast quivered against his own; she clung now to/call far to her, to speak to her in the language of unspeaking love. She felt the pull /


Content Based Search Rajesh Kumar Jain Roll No: 07405402

–. Differences between searching Google and Yahoo! Search  Parentheses around ORed terms – sometimes works without parentheses ("global warming" OR "greenhouse effect") rise "sea level" (california OR "los angeles" OR "san diego" OR /hindi and and marathi languages. Methodology  User phrases the query in native language.  System translates it to Universal Networking Language (UNL).  UNL corpus is searched.  Related documents in UNL are fetched.  Fetched documents are converted to native language/


Consider…. To Do First we will watch a video with updated statistics then we’ll discuss: First we will watch a video with updated statistics then we’ll.

C. 8 who speak Hindi –D. 6 people would possess 59% of the entire /global warming goes the way scientists forecast, Bangladesh (one of the most populous Muslim nations) will be under water in 50 years. –By the end of the century, a summer day in San Francisco could feel like a summer day in/Globalization promises the benefits of faster communication & expanded markets, BUT these come at the cost of traditional cultures, languages, & values. –Rapid population growth in the developing world & unbridled consumer demand in/


11 Karnataka THE SILICON VALLEY OF INDIA For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AUGUST 2012.

warm and dry from February to May, monsoon from June to October and winter from November to January. → Karnataka is located in the Southern region of India. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the West, Goa in the Northwest, Maharashtra in the North, Andhra Pradesh in East, Tamil Nadu in the Southeast, and Kerala in the Southwest. → Languages spoken are Kannada, Tulu, Kodava, Hindi/silk. → Karnataka is a major apparel sourcing destination for the global market. The state accounts for 20 per cent of the /


1 Best Practices for Performance Evaluation and Diagnosis of Java Applications Prashanth K Nageshappa Venkataraghavan Lakshminarayanachar IBM.

in J9/TR Methods start out being interpreted After N invocations (or via interpreter sampling) methods get compiled at ‘cold’ or ‘warm/ better control & understanding of the memory hierarchy –Language understanding (idiom recognition) –Processing budget (new instructions/in a straight line (fewer failures) Meant to be fast – Available for objects < 512 bytes in size Larger allocates take place under a global/Brazilian Portuguese Arabic Traditional Chinese Simplified Chinese Hindi Tamil Thai Korean Teşekkürler /


Six to Nine Months Fogel Chapter 7 Created by Ilse DeKoeyer-Laros, Ph.D.

of particular people, can be inferred from more global features of the face that do not involve/language groups: English, Salish (a Native Canadian language), and Hindi babies from each group were tested with syllable contrasts from each language syllables were chosen in/in child-rearing patterns in warm countries, infants tend to be carried by their caregivers, to remain in close physical contact throughout most of the day and night, and to be breast-fed longer than infants reared in cold climates infants in/


Flash Cards. The envelope of gases, aerosols, and other material that surrounds Earth and is held close by gravity.

rotates once every 24 hours producing day and night. It revolves around the sun in a yearly movement. This combination of tilt and revolution produces seasonal variation in the amount of energy that produces global patterns of temperature and precipitation. A periodic, large- scale, abnormal warming of the sea surface in the low latitudes of the eastern Pacific Ocean that produces a temporary reversal of/


Six to Nine Months Fogel Chapter 7 Created by Ilse DeKoeyer-Laros, Ph.D.

be inferred from more global features of the face /languages tested (English, Salish, and Hindi) –older infants (10-12 months) could only distinguish between the contrasts of the language heard in the home Social and Language/Language Development Cultural Differences Climate is one factor that accounts for cultural differences in child-rearing patterns –in warm countries, infants tend to be carried, remain in close physical contact, and to be breast-fed longer than infants reared in cold climates –infants in/


HUMAN GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTH ASIA Cultures of South Asia The three main ideas of Hinduism are reincarnation, dharma, and karma –Reincarnation— rebirth of.

War (1983-2009) between Buddhist Sinhalese majority government in south, and Hindu Tamil minority (“Tamil Tigers”/LTTE) in north. Maldives Small archipelago, 26 separate atolls. Population - 300,000 Most of nation is less than 5ft above sea level, highest point only 8ft. Islamic, run on sharia law. Economy based on fishing and tourism Maldives is heavily involved with UN global warming treaties and conferences.


Unit 4 – Social and Cultural Environment of India

Also have adverse effects like pollution ; global warming etc The Indian Touch Fordcars specially designed for Indian roads. •Electroluxsmade‐for‐India fridge–chill drinking water, keeps food fresh & withstands long power cuts. •Samsung–microwave oven with grill. •Nokialaunched a handset “Made for India”Nokia 1100. •McDonald’s McAlooTikkiBurger & Pizza McPuff. •Cartoon Networkintroduced South Indian folk tale “TenaliRam”. •Walt Disneycartoon TV shows are in Hindi.


Time Line End of Ice Age10 million (nomads) AD 0250 million (agriculture) 1650 (double 1)500 million (health care?) 1850 (double 2)1 billion 1940 (double.

50% 7. Since 1970, 84% of US growth has occurred in the South and West a. Dallas increased 444 people per day! b. St. George was #2 by percentage – 5% Impacts/Effects of Population Growth 1. Environmental degradation-global warming? 2. Economic issues-jobs for all? 3. Hunger/malnutrition 4./ B) 3. Hindu (875 Mil) 4. Chinese Folk (385 Mil) 5. Buddhism (385 Mil) 6. Non-Religious (776 Mil) Language 1. Mandarin (1.2 Bil) 2. Hindi/Bengali (375 Mil) 3. Spanish (329 Mil) 4. English (328 Mil) 5. Arabic (221 Mil) *50/


❧ IndiaNepalSri LankaPakistan Bhutan Afghanistan Bangladesh Maldives Maps Due and Map Quiz Next Period.

War (1983-2009) between Buddhist Sinhalese majority government in south, and Hindu Tamil minority (“Tamil Tigers”/LTTE) in north. ❧ Maldives ❧ Small archipelago, 26 separate atolls. ❧ Population - 300,000 ❧ Most of nation is less than 5ft above sea level, highest point only 8ft. ❧ Islamic, run on sharia law. ❧ Economy based on fishing and tourism ❧ Maldives is heavily involved with UN global warming treaties and conferences.


Human Geography of South Asia: A Region of Contrasts Both South Asia’s rich and ancient history, and its religious and ethnic diversity, have strongly.

Many Languages Constitution recognizes 18 major languages -India has over 1000 languages and dialects -Hindi is the official language -English is widely used by government, business workers Southern India is a distinct Dravidian subregion in language, ethnicity -major languages / Economic Activity in the Islands Tough Challenges Tourism in Sri Lanka grew until civil war began in early 1980s -war has also damaged infrastructure, disrupted economic activities Maldives must deal with global warming -if polar/


❧ IndiaNepalSri LankaPakistan Bhutan Afghanistan Bangladesh Maldives Maps Due and Map Quiz Next Period.

War (1983-2009) between Buddhist Sinhalese majority government in south, and Hindu Tamil minority (“Tamil Tigers”/LTTE) in north. ❧ Maldives ❧ Small archipelago, 26 separate atolls. ❧ Population - 300,000 ❧ Most of nation is less than 5ft above sea level, highest point only 8ft. ❧ Islamic, run on sharia law. ❧ Economy based on fishing and tourism ❧ Maldives is heavily involved with UN global warming treaties and conferences.


❧ IndiaNepalSri LankaPakistan Bhutan Afghanistan Bangladesh Maldives South Asia.

Hindu Tamil minority (“Tamil Tigers”/LTTE) in north. ❧ Orchids! Monkey Orchids! Duck Orchids too!? ❧ Maldives ❧ Small archipelago, 26 separate atolls. ❧ Population - 300,000 ❧ Most of nation is less than 5ft above sea level, highest point only 8ft. ❧ Islamic, run on sharia law. ❧ Economy based on fishing and tourism ❧ Maldives is heavily involved with UN global warming treaties and conferences. Under constant threat of/


❧ IndiaNepalSri LankaPakistan Bhutan Afghanistan Bangladesh Maldives South Asia.

Hindu Tamil minority (“Tamil Tigers”/LTTE) in north. ❧ Orchids! Monkey Orchids! Duck Orchids too!? ❧ Maldives ❧ Small archipelago, 26 separate atolls. ❧ Population - 300,000 ❧ Most of nation is less than 5ft above sea level, highest point only 8ft. ❧ Islamic, run on sharia law. ❧ Economy based on fishing and tourism ❧ Maldives is heavily involved with UN global warming treaties and conferences. Under constant threat of/


IndiaNepalSri LankaPakistan Bhutan Afghanistan Bangladesh Maldives.

(1983-2009) between Buddhist Sinhalese majority government in south, and Hindu Tamil minority (“Tamil Tigers”/LTTE) in north.  Maldives  Small archipelago, 26 separate atolls.  Population - 300,000  Most of nation is less than 5ft above sea level, highest point only approx. 8ft.  Islamic, run on sharia law.  Economy based on fishing and tourism  Maldives is heavily involved with UN global warming treaties and conferences.


Himachal Pradesh 2012 AUGUST THE ABODE OF GODS

Pradesh has a varied climate that changes with altitude. The climate ranges from warm and sub-humid tropical at low altitudes to cold and icy at high / and China on the East. The common languages spoken are Hindi, Pahari, and Punjabi. Sources: Government of Himachal Pradesh Website, www.himachal.nic.in, *Provisional Data – Census 2011 For updated/the prime engine of economic growth by positioning the state as a leading global destination by the year 2020. Read more Industrial Policy 2004 To develop /


Kathakali  Kathakali means a story play or a dance drama  Belonging to the South-Western coastal state of Kerala, Kathakali is primarily a dance drama.

produced either by geographical isolation or by political suzerainty. That unity transcends the innumerable diversities of blood, colour, language, dress, manners and sect.” Historical Evidence  The past shows us how Indians have united to achieve their / north Indian living in Chennai, and fluently arguing with a taxi driver in Tamil, & a south Indian woman bargaining over the price of vegetables, in fluent Hindi, living in Delhi  The common goal of tackling problems like global warming & terrorism, not/


Introduction The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka (known as Ceylon before 1972) is a tropical island nation off the southeast coast of the Indian.

south India. The Sinhala language is related to Sanskrit, as is Hindi. The first Sri Lankan kingdom had its capital at Anuradhapura. In the third century BC the/ Little visited in recent years, the atmospheric city of Trincomalee is set amongst miles of golden-sand beaches, where visitors are few and a warm welcome is assured/ global significance. Peradeniya The Royal Botanical Gardens in Peradeniya is 06 kms from Kandy, the magnificent river girdled 57 hectare laid out in 1832 are among the finest in /


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