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The Government of Great Britain Michael Curtis. Great Britain 19th century: Leading role (parliamentary democracy, literature, and science) Its territory.

: English, Scottish, Irish, Welsh, Ulster, West Indian, Indian, Pakistani and others GDP per capita (PPP): $22,800 Population below poverty line: 17% Unitary State -Constitutional Monarchy with Parliamentary sovereignty. (NO power is allowed to the regions / for individuals and group rights.” (119) conventions As with the Constitution the whole British system relies on conventions Parliamentary Sovereignty The Parliament is the supreme authority, in exercise of legislative, executive, and judiciary authority/


1.What are the three constituents of the Indian Parliament? (ICSE 2011) President heading the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. 2. How many members can the President.

to select their choice of candidate. 1.What are the three constituents of the Indian Parliament? (ICSE 2011) President heading the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha. 2. How/ 2007,2011) All members of the State Legislatures and Union Territories by the system of proportional representation through a single transferable vote. 16. Mention one situation when/ 20. What is meant by the term question hour in the context of parliamentary procedures in India? (ICSE 2007) Right to interpellation or asking questions with/


Do-Now 1/6/16 Get out your Notes and title them “Nature and Structure of Indian Democracy Part 1” Think back to the movie Gandhi – what were some of the.

Contrast paragraph from yesterday Review what you wrote Nature and Structure of Indian Democracy Part 2 Independence August 1947 – British leave India 2 Separate/ took part when controversial matters were involved The Constitution 26 Jan. 1950 Parliamentary form of Government 2 houses of Parliament Lok Sabha (lower house) –/house – members chosen by state assemblies Elections every 5 years – universal suffrage Constituency system – parliament and state assemblies, first- past-the post Gov’t formed by party/


LEGAL ENVIRONMENT AND ADVERTISING ETHICS.  Prasar Bharati Act, possibly the most important legislative move for the future of Indian broadcasting, came.

work. It also extends to the government work including legislation, judiciary document, any part or the whole of the Indian Constitution, parliamentary proceedings concert, dance performance or films and documentaries meant for any government purpose It also includes joint authorship where two /in this chapter are: a.Consumer: It means any person who buys any goods or services made by any payment system for his own use and not for the resale or commercial use Continued… b. Complaint: It means any allegation /


Election Watch 2014 The Indian National Election The Quick Guide.

28 states, 7 union territories Capital: New Delhi Governed by a constitution (1950) Sovereign, secular, democratic Parliamentary system 3 India’s Parliamentary System »s»s VOTERS State Assemblies Rajya Sabha (Upper house) President (Head of state) Lok Sabha (Lower house/ 16 May 5 Election result and forming government Government CoalitionOpposition parties 6 1,000+ Parties and Symbols The Indian Electoral Commission still has “free” symbols available here.here 7 Congress - UPA Founded: 1885 2009 tally:/


Election Watch 2014 The Indian National Election The Quick Guide.

28 states, 7 union territories Capital: New Delhi Governed by a constitution (1950) Sovereign, secular, democratic Parliamentary system 3 India’s Parliamentary System »s»s VOTERS State Assemblies Rajya Sabha (Upper house) President (Head of state) Lok Sabha (Lower house/ 16 May 5 Election result and forming government Government CoalitionOpposition parties 6 1,000+ Parties and Symbols The Indian Electoral Commission still has “free” symbols available here.here 7 Congress - UPA Founded: 1885 2009 tally:/


Indian constitution Part I abhishek s arackal. EAST INDIA COMPANY PHASE Regulating act 1773Pitts India Act - 1784Charter Act - 1793C A - 1813C A - 1833C.

INDIA FEDERATION RESIDUE POWER WITH CENTRE POWER DIVIDED BETWEEN CENTRE AND UNITS AS FEDERAL, PROVINCIAL AND CONCURRENT LIST INDIAN INDEPENDENCE ACT OF 1947 INDIA AS INDEPENDENT AND SOVEREIGN STATE TWO DOMINIONS INDIA GOVT AT BOTH CENTRE AND/ CONSTITUTION IN FORCE – 26 TH JAN 1950 REPUBLIC SOURCES OF THE CONSTITUTION FEDERAL SCHEME GOI 1935 FRs USA PARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM BRITISH FEDERATION WITH STRONG CENTRE CANADA DPSP IRISH CONCURRENT LIST AUSTRALIA AMENDMENT SOUTH AFRICA FDs SOVIET UNION REPUBLIC FRENCH /


E-Voting Indian Experience V. S. Sampath Election Commissioner of India Stockholm 7 December 2011.

in law Expert Committee consisting of leading scientists and technologists from Indian Institute of Technology and other eminent institutions recommended use of EVMs /election, including Parliament Elections in 1999 when they were used in 45 Parliamentary ConstituenciesEVMs have been used National Elections in 2004 and 2009 were conducted /neither be read nor written (Software Code burnt into the chip) No operating system, Stand alone machine No input possible from any source except ballot unit Double/


AP Review- French & Indian War through American Revolution- (Chps 5-9) Colonial Society on eve of Revolution First Great Awakening –Wave of religious revivals.

colonies religiously diverse, no single dominant Protestant denomination Slavery accepted as labor system & legally established in all colonies Colonial cities=mercantile centers/ports with close/ OF 1763- do not cross the Appalachian Mts! Cant protect you from Indians/Pontiac- unless you want to pay= TAXES British Reactions/ Key Acts Sugar/D) The British maintained that the colonies had no right to independence from parliamentary authority. (E) Patriot leaders claimed that the act denied them their British/


Objective 7; Compare and contrast the three main economic systems of capitalism, socialism, and communism and their relationship with different types of.

. No standing army during peacetime without consent of Parliament. All Parliamentary elections must be free. All Parliamentary elections must be free. Guarantees of right to fair trial. /the colonies and provided monetary system. Also regulated trade. Meant the Crown was responsible for protection of the colonies and provided monetary system. Also regulated trade. Other/ and the British government, such as the effects of the French and Indian War, the Stamp Act, the Boston Tea Party, and the Intolerable Acts/


Lesson 1 - Democracy 1 2 Lesson Vocabulary Democracy Direct Democracy Constitutional Democracy Representative Democracy Parliamentary Democracy Presidential.

of a legislature called a parliament. (Queen, Senate, House of Commons) House of Parliament  Parliamentary Democracy Presidential Democracy  A governing system in which an elected president is the chief decision maker.  Enrique Pena Nieto (current Mexican /organizer. I will give you about 10-15 minutes Mexican History For thousands of years Mexico was ruled by tribes of native Indians. (Olmec, Mayan, Aztec) 1519-1521 Spanish Conquest of Mexico 1521-1810 Mexico was a Spanish Colony. 1821 Mexico gains/


India. Government and Currency India is a “Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic Republic” with a parliamentary system of government. The prime minister/head.

Secular, Democratic Republic” with a parliamentary system of government. The prime minister/head of government is Narendra Damodardas Modi. The chief of state is President Pranab Kumar Mukherjee. Government Name: Republic of India The Indian Rupee is the currency of India / Chakra. The last band is green in color shows the fertility, growth and auspiciousness of the land. Traditional Indian clothing for women are saris or the salwar kameez and also Ghaghara Cholis(Lehengas). For men, traditional clothes are/


Differences Between USA And INDIA Money Indian currency is a rupee/100 paisa Paisa American currency is a dollar/100cents Quarter/25cents Dime/10cents.

Indian currency is a rupee/100 paisa Paisa American currency is a dollar/100cents Quarter/25cents Dime/10cents Nickel/5cents Penny/1cent Government In India there is a Parliamentary government system which is elected democratically. There is a Central Government for the entire nation and each state has their own state government. Government In India there is a Parliamentary government system/ its own state government. It’s a parliamentary system where the government is selected democratically. Eating Habits/


Writing Samples. Wikipedia Entry: In many countries the executive has the power to veto some or all types of legislation, and in other parliamentary systems.

: In many countries the executive has the power to veto some or all types of legislation, and in other parliamentary systems the executive is usually headed by the party or parties which control a majority in the legislature. This gives the/States Government, the Congress in the Island Nation of TAGG will continue to regulate Commerce within foreign nations and with the Indian Tribes. “Congressional power over foreign commerce has been held to be complete and exclusive, including authority to set tariffs,/


Indian Act 1876.

. The Elections which were usually rigged in favour of government interests accomplished two things: (a) It imposed the British Parliamentary system on Native governments, and (b) effectively undermined the considerable influence traditional chiefs had with their people Interesting Historical Notes 1.  The Indian Act formed much of the basis for the introduction of oppressive apartheid policies against Black people in South Africa which/


Governments of Southeast Asia

system, most of the power is in the hands of the A. individual voters B. local governments C. central government D. central and local governments 3. Which organization could be considered an example of a confederation form of government? A. the Diet of Japan B. the Indian/in a parliamentary system of government? Courts Monarch President Legislature 12. The leader of a parliamentary system is often called the king president Prime minister Constitutional monarch 13. The leader of a parliamentary system is /


Policy Directions from the Major Political Parties

Socio-political environment Bangladesh has a multiparty parliamentary democracy with two major political parties, with a presidential head of state. Parliamentary elections are held every 5 years. The local government system is weak. There is a pluralistic and/ constitution. Government initiative The then British Government introduced retirement pension system for those who retired from government service at the age of 57 years under the Indian Retirement Pension Benefit Act of 1925. There was no government/


Session – 8. Indian Subcontinent The Indian Subcontinent is made up of how many countries?

HillsBay of BengalTamil Nadu and Kerala Thamiraparani1234,400 Sq.Km.Agasthiyar HillsGulf of MannarThirunelveli in Tamil Nadu River System of India Map of Vegetation in India NATIONAL PARKS IN INDIA Corbett National Park Dudhwa National Park Bandipur / English Highest Point - Keokradong 4,035 ft. (1,230 m) Lowest Point - Indian Ocean 0 m National Symbols – Bengal tiger, water lily POLITICAL MAP Government type - parliamentary democracy. The head of the state is the president of the country, while the prime /


The People’s War in Nepal – A Closer Look By: Harsharn Gill “It is within the resultant disenchantment of people with parliamentary brokering, in particular.

the democratic experiment was dissolved in 1959, and a "partyless" Panchayat system was made to govern Nepal. Historical Background to the Conflict Continued Overview - The 1950 Indian intervention, which restored the king’s power, was soon followed by several/ the people. - It is against this background and resultant disenchantment of people with parliamentary brokering, in particular with the tactics of the parliamentary communist parties, that one can locate PW. - Also, while the international situation /


Indian Act 1876. oSection 91(24) of the BNA Act Gives the federal government control over: “Indians and lands reserved for Indians.”

. The Elections which were usually rigged in favour of government interests accomplished two things: (a) It imposed the British Parliamentary system on Native governments, and (b) effectively undermined the considerable influence traditional chiefs had with their people Interesting Historical Notes 1. The Indian Act formed much of the basis for the introduction of oppressive apartheid policies against Black people in South Africa which/


Causes of the American Revolution. Salutary Neglect The long-standing British policy of avoiding strict enforcement of parliamentary laws meant to keep.

of the American Revolution Salutary Neglect The long-standing British policy of avoiding strict enforcement of parliamentary laws meant to keep the American colonies obedient to Great Britain. Prime Minister Robert Walpole / service The Proclamation of 1763: Two purposes: 1) To avoid war with Indians, and 2) To concentrate colonial settlements on the seaboard where they could be active parts of the British mercantile system. Mercantilism is an economic theory: the prosperity of a nation depends upon its/


India “Truth alone triumphs”. Contents India in the New Millennium Great Indians Quotes on India Civilized Past Indian Philosophy Sights of India The.

15000 weeklies and 20000 periodicals in 21 languages with a combined circulation of 142 million.  GDP $576 Billion. (GDP rate 8%)  Parliamentary form of Government  Worlds largest democracy.  Worlds 4th largest economy.  World-class recognition in IT, bio-technology and space. /’s degrees.  The number of patents filed in USA by the Indian entities of some of the MNCs (upto September, 2002) are as follows: Texas Instruments - 225, Intel - 125, Cisco Systems - 120, IBM - 120, Phillips - 102, GE - 95./


Governing the World’s Largest Democracy Indian Democracy.

Governing the World’s Largest Democracy Indian Democracy A mixture of American and British systems, India is a federation states controlled by a central government. It is also parliamentary democracy. India has a lot of ethnic, culture, and religious groups that influence it’s democracy. This is a parliamentary government Democratic Challenges India has problems with economic growth and standards of high living. Because of/


Session – 8. Indian Subcontinent The land referred to as the Indian subcontinent is a tectonic plate that began to separate itself from other surrounding.

HillsBay of BengalTamil Nadu and Kerala Thamiraparani1234,400 Sq.Km.Agasthiyar HillsGulf of MannarThirunelveli in Tamil Nadu River System of India Map of Vegetation in India National Parks in India Corbett National Park Dudhwa National Park Bandipur / English Highest Point - Keokradong 4,035 ft. (1,230 m) Lowest Point - Indian Ocean 0 m National Symbols – Bengal tiger, water lily Political Map Government type - parliamentary democracy. The head of the state is the president of the country, while the prime /


STANDARD: Examine the causes for revolution, the course of the war and evaluate the results. Opening: French and Indian War relay essay. Work Period: Road.

Examine the causes for revolution, the course of the war and evaluate the results. Opening: French and Indian War relay essay. Work Period: Road to the Revolution Power Point/ Notes Closing: Read/analyze the /?? Absolute? OR Limited? Q-> How could the colonies give or withhold consent for parliamentary legislation when they did not have representation in that body?? Theories of Representation MERCANTILISM: AN ECONOMIC SYSTEM IN WHICH NATIONS SEEK TO INCREASE THEIR WEALTH BY OBTAINING GOLD & SILVER AND WITH /


The Indian State  Briefly, deep history (Handout 1)  Emperor Ashok (Maurya Empire)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= 6XojmEmy7kw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=

since it became independent of Britain in 1947.  Over those five decades, there have been 12* parliamentary elections and many more state assembly elections.  Peaceful transfers of power between rival political parties have / positions to women, OBCs, too  Electoral competition at village level gives political parties grassroot presence Modern Indian Political History Electoral System I: Congress Domination  Largest party in India post-independence  All-encompassing umbrella party; grand coalition /


American Government and Economic Systems (AGES) American Government and Economic Systems (AGES) is an 18 week course designed to inform you of the basic.

governments Central Power Local Power Who carries more weight? In a Federal system? What is the relationship between the Executive and Legislative Branches? Parliamentary or Presidential A parliamentary form of government is a government where the executive is appointed by the/English allowed the colonist to live their lives in America with very limited restrictions. However, after the French and Indian war the English felt compelled to create tight restrictions in the form of laws and tax. It was during/


Evaluation in the Government of Canada

Solutions Inc. Brasilia, November 23, 2004 Background on Canadian System of Government Population 31 million Sovereign parliamentary democracy Federation of 10 provinces and 3 territories A federal/ Parliament and 13 provincial / territorial legislatures Areas of federal responsibility include: national defence, criminal law, postal service, census, copyrights, trade, external relations, finance, transportation, citizenship, Indian/


AN INTRODUCTION Indian Politics Beyond Independence.

live in more than 550,000 villages, and the remainder in more than 200 towns and cities. Almost 40% of Indians are younger than 15 years of age. The sex ratio (i.e., number of females per thousand males) of population/does politics impact social organization in modern India? India: Political Profile India is a parliamentary system of democracy based on universal adult franchise. India is ruled through federal system of government with clear definition of jurisdictions of state and central government. It had/


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concentrated more on its connections to overland routes, while Gupta Indian embraced both overland and, particularly, maritime routes (B). The Gupta Empire relied on the caste system, while the Romans relied heavily on slave labor (C). /was a political philosophy advocating strong central, and often monarchical, government (B), whereas liberalism advocated political rights and parliamentary government (D). Romanticism was a literary and artistic movement that valued emotion in its presentations (C). 26./


“Pendulum” of Indian policy

Catholic School, Menominee Res. Unintended effects Students learned to work the white system Students met other tribal members Turned negative into “pan-Indian” (supratribal) national movement Tribal backlash to allotment 1894 Hopi petition Allotment /Standard Oil on Navajo) Tribes to develop constitutions, hold elections, use foreign parliamentary procedures Interior/BIA controlled funds, could veto tribal decisions Indian Claims Commission, 1946 Settled (extinguished) tribal land claims until 1978 Tribe /


Branch Asia and Middle East Introductory Presentation to Deputy Ministers June 2014 Ambassador Anil Sooklal DDG: Asia and Middle East 1 Parliamentary Committee.

2014 Ambassador Anil Sooklal DDG: Asia and Middle East 1 Parliamentary Committee on International Relations and Cooperation BRANCH:ASIA AND MIDDLE EAST/ 2025 as RMB and Euro become co-equals with USD in a multi-currency monetary system – Massive growth in disposable income leading to an exponential growth in travel from the /Transport and Infrastructure), and expand activities of the IBSA Trust Fund; 13.To develop an Indian Ocean Rim Association (IORA) strategy in preparation for our chairship and to work in /


Comparative Constitutional Law The Indian Constitution: Origins and Structure Class 15: October 14, 2008.

Every major religion is represented More than 2,000 ethnic groups Caste system What are castes? Are they legal? What significance do they have in modern Indian society? Caste system Hindu, Muslim, and Christian castes Many castes (3,000) and subcastes/Indian Constitution Jan 24, 1950 He was a member of the Constituent Assembly Indian Independence from Britain Is the Indian Constitution older or younger than the German Basic Law? Younger -- German basic law adopted on May 23, 1949 Main Features Parliamentary/


Comparative Constitutional Law The Indian Constitution: Origins and Structure Class 17: October 18, 2006.

Indian Constitution older or younger than the German Basic Law? Main Features Parliamentary Government Federalism (like all we have studied) Bill of Rights Directive Principles Separation of Powers Amendment Judicial Review Indian Parliament Compare to other systems we have studied Indian/ first Member of Rajya Sabha Federalism Compare enumeration of powers under the Indian Constitution with the Australian, U.S., Canadian, and Germany systems Has been described as a “union of states” rather than a federation/


Dynamics of the Indian Culture May 2011 Your Team in India.

GDP: approx. 8.5% (2010) Exports to the Netherlands: EUR 1.7 Billion (2009) Imports from the Netherlands: EUR 1.2 Billion (2009) Dynamics of the Indian culture Organised by: India Facts Political system and government: Parliamentary system (bicameral) Federal structure: 28 states and 7 union territories Healthy competition between the states (relative autonomy) Some highlights: 2 nd highest number of billionaires in Asia/


Modern India 1947 to the Present. Indian Languages.

and economic progress Discrimination against untouchables Members need to know responsibilities (dharma) British Imperialism Sepoy Rebellion Indian National Congress Gandhi Differences in language and religion prevented unity Positive EffectsNegative Effects Railroads Telegraph and postal systems Irrigation systems New laws Education Healthcare New technology Parliamentary form of gov’t Indian resources go to Britain Cash crops British made goods replace local goods Top jobs go to/


Modern India 1947 to the Present. Indian Languages.

language and religion prevented unity Imperialism Positives –Railroads –Telegraph and postal systems –Irrigation systems –New laws –Education –Healthcare –New technology –Parliamentary form of gov’t Imperialism Negatives –Indian resources go to Britain –Cash crops –British made goods replace local goods –Top jobs go to British –Indians are treated as inferiors –Britain tries to replace Indian culture with western ways –Social Darwinism and the White Man’s/


Indian Act And Bill C-31. Introduction of Indian Act A law designed to integrate Natives in Canada into the mainstream economy and culture. Introduced.

provisions from the Indian Act. After four years of review by a special parliamentary committee, with advice from Native leaders, Parliament reworked the act in 1951. The government continued to amend the Indian Act after it /Indian people, it actually propagates and reinforces the "caste system" into which the Indian Act has historically divided Indian people. For all practical purposes, Bill C-31 establishes a regime that divides Indian people into at least four major castes: 1. Old Act Indians: Indians/


1 Goods & Services Tax - - By far the most important tax reform in Indian History.

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The Indian Residential School System of Canada The search for truth – the need for reconciliation Justice Murray Sinclair Chair of the Truth and Reconciliation.

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Ancient to Modern India. Indian History  Indus River Valley  Fertile river valley  1 st Indian Civilization  Peninsula surrounded by water  Himalayas.

Sepoys  Demanded sepoys go against religious beliefs (Hindu & Muslims)  Result: Sepoy Rebellion  rid country of foreigners (failed)  Indian National Congress formed: Goal  self determination British Imperialism Results Positives Negatives  Railroads  Telegraph and postal systems  Irrigation systems  New laws  Education  Healthcare  New technology  Parliamentary form of gov’t  Indian resources go to Britain  Cash crops  British made goods replace local goods  Top jobs go to British/


INDIA Business & Culture. India Fun Facts The number system was invented by India. Aryabhatta was the scientist who invented the digit zero. Chess was.

the people The government has recognized 22 official languages People (cont’d) The caste system reflects Indian occupational and socio-religiously defined hierarchies Four broad categories of castes, including a category of outcastes, referred to as "dalits." Source: http://www.indianchild.com/india_pictures.htm Political System Form of government Parliamentary Legislature Parliament: Consists of President and the two Houses, known as Rajya Sabha (Council/


Chronology from Columbus (1492) to the Plains Indian Wars (1890)

Prime Minister Robert Walpole promoted this idea; the thriving colonies are left relatively unencumbered from royal and parliamentary control, thus fostering a spirit of independence, and, for practical purposes, independence in fact—name this Salutary (benign/Circular, and AP265-67 on Indians 1828 on Jackson thinks government work easy; gives government jobs to friends and cronies; bad system—name the PEP here Spoils System Spoils system 1828 on What: Jackson’s spoils system granted rewards to political supporters by/


Refinery Economics.

companies were compensated for actual costs Cost control system needed improvement Refineries adjusted products mix as per prevailing demand Lower complexity of refineries Indian Oil Scenario Impact of APM and the regulated market Significant contribution of APM to Indian Oil industry Ensured stability of prices Uneconomical and remote/ C&MD /Dir (R) Management Committee meetings QPR meeting AGM Visits of VIPs like parliamentary committees, Press representatives, Ministers and other Officials ` THANK YOU!!!


Session Title: Indian Government Financial Reporting Standards, Clarification of GASAB in reporting under accrual basis of accounting, Structure of Financial.

and this will necessitate preparation of Appropriation Accounts showing compliance with parliamentary supply. Similarly, Finance Accounts will also continue to be prepared / the accrual based Statement of Operating Performance and cash based budgets. Indian Government Financial Reporting Standard (IGFRSs) About IGFRS: Government Accounting in / assets include road networks, railway lines, airports, sewer systems, water and power supply systems and communication networks. INITIAL COSTS 17. Items of property/


"We are a party with a glorious past. We are the party of the future, It is for us to ensure that it holds out hope for each and every Indian. That is.

The Congress was the strongest foundation and defining influence of modern Indian nationalism. Congress Pre- Independence Moderate Activist Post- Independence The pre/ and free enterprise system Today, the INC advocates neo-liberal policies which includes populism, social liberalism, secularism and free enterprise system with government regulations /Lok Sabha void on grounds of electoral malpractice. using her strong parliamentary majority, her ruling Congress Party had amended the Constitution and altered/


Write an introductory paragraph What factors indicate that the recent victory in the French and Indian War appear to foreshadow the difficult times ahead.

, 1756 to 1763 FOUGHT FOR THE CONTROL OF NORTH AMERICA Against the French, Indian allies and Spanish George Washington starts this war Ohio Valley river systems important to England and France…. Both countries claimed these areas which were disputed…. Both/Parliament’s authority over the colonies?? Absolute? OR Limited? Q-> How could the colonies give or withhold consent for parliamentary legislation when they did not have representation in that body?? Theories of Representation  If you have the power to /


Physical Geography of South Asia. Arabian Sea Pakistan India Bay of Bengal Sri Lanka Indian Ocean Himalaya Mountains Ganges River New Delhi Bangladesh.

over 1 billion people) India’s democracy reflects aspects of American and British system It is a federal government Shares power between states and federal government Parliamentary democracy Prime minister elected from the legislative branch. India has to manage /offices so there is a growing need for more education Most middle-class children attend school Literacy is rising Indian Culture Many languages 18 major language groups are recognized in the constitution, Hindi is official language English spoken/


1 The Parliamentary Roundtable Update on Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Plan for Africa Presented By Dr. Marie Goretti HARAKEYE Department of Social Affairs.

1 The Parliamentary Roundtable Update on Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Plan/PMPA: Borne out of the recognition by African Heads of state of the tremendous challenges facing African healthcare systems Original decision to develop a PMPA – Abuja 2005 Initial Plan endorsed by Heads of State – Accra 2007/expected to grow dramatically in the next decade 13 No Indian company can make an API that meets our specifications Global R&D company in letter to an Indian Pharma company in 1984 14 Holistic & pragmatic Current /


"India-The Emerging Opportunity" The Way Forward for Chinese Manufacturers in to the Indian Security & Fire Systems Market GB Singh Publisher & Editor.

populous democracy in the world. 35% of the total population is aged under 15 years. Government: Democratic, Parliamentary Political System: India is a republic with a federal structure, comprising 29 States and 6 Union Territories. Languages Spoken: /sectors such as Telecom, Ports, Airports, Railways, Roads, Energy and Construction Development have improved competitiveness of the Indian economy. Nuclear Energy sector would be the big thing of tomorrow apart from Defense and Homeland Security markets. The/


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