Ppt on water pollution in hindi

THE MOGULS Who were they? United the subcontinent of India in the 1500s Came from north of the Indus River (not native to India) Reached their peak under.

(and taxed) all salt in India 1930: Gandhi led thousands on a march to the sea They made salt out of sea water Eventually, Gandhi was arrested like/ Ali Zardari Osama Bin Laden was found in Pakistan Tense relations w/U.S. Ally or Enemy?? Tension still exists w/India Modern India Languages: Hindi and English (many others) Monetary Unit:/JinnahJawaharlal Nehru A Prayer for the Ganges In 2007, Joshua Hammer travelled down the Ganges to get a sense of how bad the pollution has become. He wrote this article/


1 The Factories Act, 1948 : A Comprehensive Management of Improving Working Condition in Factories and Safety of General Public beyond the fence as well.

to ensure that hazardous and polluting industries are not set up in areas where they can cause adverse effects on the general public/in Rule (c) all the time they are at work. (e) Notices or posters in Hindi for the prevention of accidents shall be displayed at conspicuous places in every room of the factory in which machinery is in/constructed that it cannot be safely filled with water or liquid or is issued in service when even some traces of water cannot be tolerated, shall be pneumatically tested/


The Challenges from India in the Global Generic Market Place Dr. Brian W Tempest Chief Mentor & Executive Vice Chairman of the Board Ranbaxy Laboratories.

with 50% rural and 50% urban readership  Principal internet languages to become English, Chinese and Hindi  Diaspora network (25m across 120 countries)  Indians are hungry for information The Information Advantage Internet/water Potential Challenge - Pollution Potential Challenge – Infrastructure Source – Manmohan Singh “Our greatest potential will be realised only if we can ensure that our Infrastructure does not become a severe and critical handicap” Asia economic strength is returning to levels seen in/


Boating/Pleasure Boating/Yachting Industry & its Evolution in India

billion) lives in urban areas. National Language : Hindi, spoken by 33% population; 14 officially recognized languages English: widely used in business and /in India Pleasure Boating & Yachting Industry Marinas Pleasure Boating & Yachting Industry Absence of marinas is the biggest challenge and constraint before the Indian yacht industry. Uneven sea and high concentration of pollutants, particularly sulphur, has made potential coastal suburbs devoid of any docking facilities for large ships or even water/


Holistic Health Management Happiness be unto all, Perfect health be unto all. May all see good in everyone, May all be free from suffering. May Almighty.

to eat ? How much to eat ? Food Habits –Following 5 constituents are there in food; -Usha-paan (drink water as you get up) -Buttermilk after a short break after lunch -Warm milk / & Live Examples –Bhopal gas tragedy –NIT Trichy –Gujarat Pollution Control Board –Gorakhpur (U.P.) municipality –Cancer cure Recommended Reference: Integrated Science of yagya Burning sugar/cure chronic and grave diseases. The Hindi literal meaning of Yoga is to ‘UNITE’ i.e the body, mind & soul need to work in harmony to ‘UNITE’ one’s vital/


Based on the book of the same name by David Smith and Shelagh Armstrong published in 2003.

of the people speak these eight…. 22 speak a Chinese dialect 9 speak English 8 speak Hindi 7 speak Spanish 4 speak Arabic 4 speak Bengali 3 speak Portuguese 3 speak Russian hello Hola/water are necessities….. In the global village: 75 have access to safe water in their homes or within a short distance 25 have to spend a large part of each day getting water 60 have access to adequate sanitation 40 do not have access to public or household sewage disposal 68 breathe clean air 32 breathe air which is polluted/


GOVERNMENT SCHEMES AND POLICIES IN MARKETING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE IN INDIA Next End.

facilities for preshipment treatment such as fumigation, X-ray screening, hot water dip treatment, Water softening Plant . 25% of the cost of equipment subject to a/f) Assistance for setting up of environment control system  e.g. pollution control, effluent treatment etc. 25% of the cost subject to a/meant for farmers and other beneficiaries to be prepared/published directly for NHB in English/Hindi. NHB’s news letters. In house publications of NHB. Publication of horticulture related books by NHB Next /


“Mother India is in many ways the mother of us all.” -William James Durant (American writer, historian, and philosopher)

were considered the embodiment of purity, and untouchables the embodiment of pollution. Physical contact between the two groups was absolutely prohibited. Brahmins adhered/www.youtube.com/watch?v=VVPqgeWPTww&mode=related&search LANGUAGEPOPULATION  Hindi Official Language  English is 2 nd Official Language  /http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8waJqyvORY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8waJqyvORY  Water and Energy Production in India  Weak monsoon season and farmers…  Low rainfall and hydroelectric power… /


India Colonization in India BEFORE COLONIZATION Before the 1700s, India was a bunch of different kingdoms under the control of an Emperor – Last dynasty.

traditional to market economy Imports: Oil Exports: gems/ jewelry Problems: Deforestation and river pollution Types of Industry: – Primary- Bauxite, coal and iron – Secondary- making cotton /Hindi is the most popular of India’s 18 languages The movie industry in India makes more movies than Hollywood and so its called BollywoodBollywood 70% of the people work in/ Mountain ranges in the north Mountains block cold winds from the north The Ganges and Indus Rivers flow from Himalayas and bring water and fertile /


The British In India.

Devilfish in Egyptian Waters In this image, England is shown as a huge devilfish, or some sort of octopus. Why did the artist chose to portray England in this / of Indians. Therefore, if the high caste sepoys were considered to be "polluted", they would have to expend considerable sums of money on ritual purification before/ gave rise to powerful feelings of nationalism Era of British rule in India often called British Raj, Hindi word meaning “rule” Administration carried out by government agency, Indian/


Cultures and Lifestyles of South Asia. 1-Name the three countries in South Asia that are among the world’s seven most- populous nations. India Pakistan.

the largest city in South Asia? Mumbai [19 million +] 5-What are common problems in South Asia’s urban slums? Unemployment Pollution Disease Crime Lack of clean water 6-What challenges do people in the rural areas of South Asia face? Farmland is limited in Nepal, Bhutan /half of India’s population speak Hindi as their primary language? c- Why do you think that English is widely spoken in parts of South Asia? Because of British rule 9-What is the most widely practiced religion in South Asia? HINDUISM 10-What /


Managing BSA/AML Duties in the Midst of Chaos Presented by Mary Meile, President The Anti-Money Laundering Association February 16, 2011.

breaks in half and he starts to sink in the water. He is up to his neck in water, a/in facing great danger, especially in battle; heroic courage; bravery. You all deserve a medal for valor. Characteristics Purity: the condition or quality of being pure; freedom from anything that debases, contaminates, pollutes/Hindi, Associate Director for Regulatory Policy and Programs, event hosted by Deloitte on Jan 12, 2011. SAR confidentiality and concerns. The fact that in California a conviction was announced in/


Periods 1-6. Period 1- Indus River Valley Indus River Now –dry desert but historically lush landscape (ex of change in environment) Monsoon rains caused.

in Mughal Empire 1556-1605-Empire at height Politically- autocrat over strong military and religion No navy (like Safavid)-must rely on Europeans to trade goods by water (cotton, indigo, silk) Economically- trade overland, esp cotton to Europe where demand for cotton high Social Structure- patriarchy Muslim women veiled Purdah- esp upper class women confined to home Sati- Hindi/ to urban, environment changed, pollution increased Britain created unnatural economy in India where producing raw materials that/


Life in South Asia. The People India: Population 1.22 billion– it has about 17% of the world’s population By 2030 India will be the world’s most populous.

Hindi and English Where do people live? Ganges Plain 70% of the population lives in small villages Largest City (4 th largest in the world) Mumbai Pop Culture India has the largest film industry in the world: “Bollywood” Located in/ In South Asia Feeding the country – Scarce farm land – Green Revolution: agricultural advances Irrigation, fertilizers, high yielding crops Issues in South Asia India/Pakistan fight for control over the Indus River Oppression of dalits (untouchables) Water and air pollution /


The British In India. It was ‘the empire on which the sun never set’: The British Empire.

higher caste of Indians. Therefore, if the high caste sepoys were considered to be "polluted", they would have to expend considerable sums of money on ritual purification before being /Frustration gave rise to powerful feelings of nationalism Era of British rule in India often called British Raj, Hindi word meaning “rule” Administration carried out by government agency, Indian /writhing in great pain and a boy of about 12. I could not leave the place. The boy asked me for water but there was no water in that /


Dan Tufiş RACAI - Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Bucharest

Mw) Romanian-English (0.85 Mw-0.9 Mw) Hindi-English (0.07 Mw-0.06Mw) Major differences in preparing the Gold Standard Evaluation measures Let us consider an alignment/ boil(5): ENG20-01716662-v anger(3): ENG20-00714423-n Objective sentence: The water boiled boil(1): ENG20-00363608-v Personal opinions  SentiWordNet is one of the best/) are head-dependent: long- response time vs. long+ life battery high- pollution vs. high+ standard Prior polarity assignment only to head-independent modifiers; for others/


Eastward Expansion: Contemporary Art in Russia and China.

confiscated. 1982 the state initiated the “Anti-Spiritual Pollution Campaign” targeting “individualism,” “art for art’s /water, but underneath there is great emotional turbulence. Within this state of conflict the propagation of obscure and ambiguous destinies is carried on from generation to generation." Gu Wenda (b. 1955 Shanghai) 1987 moved to US. Currently lives in NYC and Shanghai. United Nations: The Bable of the Millennium, 1999, human hair glued onto a sheer curtain in pseudo-English, Chinese, Hindi/


School Calendar 2015-2016. DateDay MiscellaneousCo-curricular ActivityExaminationsImportant Days 1-Apr-15WedWNew Session begins Orissa Day 2-Apr-15ThuHMahavira.

Decoration(I-II) World Day for animals in laboratories 25-Apr-15SatW Recitation-Hindi(III-XII) World Malaria Day 26-Apr/Hindi handwriting(I-II) 28-Nov-15SatW Group-Dance-III-XIIDev Deepawali 29-Nov-15SunH International Day of Solidarity with Palestinian People 30-Nov-15MonW Computer Security Day 1-Dec-15TueW P Physics/ Business StudiesWorld AIDS Day 2-Dec-15WedW RWorld Pollution/ Elimination of Racial Discrimination 21-Mar-16MonW International Drinking Water Day 22-Mar-16TueW World Meterological Day 23-Mar-/


Know Your College Warm Welcome ToGiridih website – -

Hons) History -320 Pol. Sc – 240, Economics – 160 Geography – 64 Psychology- 64 Anthropology – 64 Philosophy- 80 Hindi- 160 English- 160 Urdu-80 Bengali – 80 Math- 80. B.A General B.A General- 160 Choice Based Credit /2011) Publication Dr. A K Varshney Dr. A K Varshney, Associate Professor & HOD -Botany, Giridih College, GiridihPublished Water conservation-In reference to Usri Pollution-Samay Sakchi-Nov.2011-4:3.47-50.-2011 Protest against social injustice by the namasudras and the Rasbansis A K Varshney/


Bangalore: economic success and challenges ID 200876167 Anastasia Ivanenko.

Many Bangalore’s poor live in slums where they lack adequate access to clean water, proper shelter, food and sanitation Many Bangalore’s poor live in slums where they lack adequate access to clean water, proper shelter, food and/ Environmental challenges Pollution – the significant rise in traffic congestion has increased levels of both noise and air pollution Pollution – the significant rise in traffic congestion has increased levels of both noise and air pollution Rapid urban sprawl occurs in reaction to /


Mid-Course Report December 2009. Family name Address and Telephone number Type of Family Life cycle stage Role and Functions Index PatientDiagnosis Latest.

Caregiver Employed by patients daughter Myrna MCSI Madalas :0 Minsan: 9 Halos hindi 1 Soledad Gravansos Female 79 y/o Parkinson’s disease Psychosocial problems Biperidine /avoidance of organ meats, sardines, mussels 3. At least 8 glasses of water a day 4. Reading newspaper daily 5. Increase activities of daily living Psychosocial/avoidance of airborne allergens, air pollutants and irritants 4. Daily reading of newspaper as able Psychosocial: 1.Encourage her current involvement in social barangay groups 2. /


Family Group November 2009. Family name Address and Telephone number Type of Family Life cycle stage Role and Functions Index PatientDiagnosis Latest.

GDS: MMSE: Unilaterally extended Family in Later life 1. Breadwinner: Virgilio Jacob (son-in-law) 2. Decision maker: Angelita Jacob (daughter) 3. Primary Caregiver: Angelita Jacob (daughter) 4.MCSI Madalas-1 Minsan-4 Halos hindi-6 Labrador, Luciana Female 76/ 3. Avoid airborne allergens, air pollutants and irritants, cold air, streinous exercise Wellness: 1.Recommend DASH diet 2.Strict compliance with medications 3.Ensure 2 glasses and encourage 8 glasses of water a day Psychosocial: 1.Encourage involvement/


Mid-Course Report December 2009. Family name Address and Telephone number Type of Family Life cycle stage Role and Functions Index PatientDiagnosis Latest.

Caregiver Employed by patients daughter Myrna MCSI Madalas :0 Minsan: 9 Halos hindi 1 Soledad Gravansos Female 79 y/o Parkinson’s disease Psychosocial problems Biperidine /avoidance of organ meats, sardines, mussels 3. At least 8 glasses of water a day 4. Reading newspaper daily 5. Increase activities of daily living Psychosocial/avoidance of airborne allergens, air pollutants and irritants 4. Daily reading of newspaper as able Psychosocial: 1.Encourage her current involvement in social barangay groups 2. /


As a Garden Earth Naturalist, YOU can make a difference! As a Garden Earth Naturalist, YOU can make a difference!

no longer afraid of her. Chipko Movement Chipko is a Hindi word meaning "hugging“. Chipko is a Hindi word meaning "hugging“. Describes how local village women "hugged"/pollution Help stop pollution Organize a trash clean up in a local park, stream, or roadside. Organize a trash clean up in a local park, stream, or roadside. Do water sampling to test for pollutants in a local water source. Do water sampling to test for pollutants in a local water source. Educate the public on common air and water pollutants/


Mid-Course Report December 2009. Family Information & Assessment Tools Family type & Life Cycle stage Roles and Functions Index PatientDiagnosis Latest.

Caregiver Employed by patients daughter Myrna MCSI Madalas :0 Minsan: 9 Halos hindi 1 Soledad Gravansos Female 79 y/o Parkinson’s disease Psychosocial problems Biperidine /avoidance of organ meats, sardines, mussels 3. At least 8 glasses of water a day 4. Reading newspaper daily 5. Increase activities of daily living Psychosocial/avoidance of airborne allergens, air pollutants and irritants 4. Daily reading of newspaper as able Psychosocial: 1.Encourage her current involvement in social barangay groups 2. /


Governance at Your Door Steps

of buildings. 3.  Planning for economic and social development. 4.  Roads and bridges. 5.  Water supply for domestic, industrial and commercial purposes. 6.  Public  health,  sanitation conservancy and solid / of elections Prepare a general handbill (one side in local language, one side in English OR Urdu OR Hindi) explaining Area Sabha/Ward Committee concept, Nagar Raj/ abatement of all forms of pollution a. Prepare a list of all urban forestry and environmental assets in the Area b. Identify their /


Caribbean Ryan Butler Brittany Smith Sam Porter. Caribbean Tourism Organization What Is The CTO? What Is The CTO? The Caribbean Tourism Organization (CTO)

Hindi, Javanese are also spoken. In Guyana the major language spoken is English, but many natives speak the indigenous languages, Creole, Hindi, Urdu. In Guyana the major language spoken is English, but many natives speak the indigenous languages, Creole, Hindi, /increase in Cruise ship travel can impact the Caribbean by: The increase in Cruise ship travel can impact the Caribbean by: Changes of land use. Changes of land use. Congestion and air and water pollution. Congestion and air and water pollution. /


© Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved Another Presentation © 2009 - All rights Reserved 8-2krunkestcrew.com.

water pollution d. The new dams are too expensive © Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved $500 There is destructive flooding Scores © Mark E. Damon - All Rights Reserved $100 This is the oldest religion in the world. a. Buddhism b. Hinduism c. Islam d. Christianity This is the oldest religion in/ by the upper and educated classes in India? a. Hindi b. Sanskrit c. Japanese d. Mandarin Which language is an ancient holy language used by the upper and educated classes in India? a. Hindi b. Sanskrit c. Japanese d./


C H. 4: T HE H UMAN W ORLD. S EC. 1: W ORLD P OPULATION I: Population Growth: The population of Earth is about 7 billion. People inhabit about 30% of.

= English, Spanish, Russian,& Hindi. B. Religion: Religious beliefs influence certain aspects of daily life. Throughout history, religious symbols & stories have shaped the arts & architecture. Religious differences have been the root of conflicts in many countries. B. Religion:/T RADE & THE E NVIRONMENT V. People & heir Environment A. Water & Land Pollution: Water pollution includes oil spills from tankers, chemical & industrial waste from factories, fertilizers, & chemicals used by farmers, animal wastes, &/


The Problem Demographics uses many large numbers from which forming a mental picture is quite difficult. – World Population (2008) was 6,660,000,000 –

In our global village, half of the people speak just 8 of these languages: 21 speak a Chinese dialect (16 speak Mandarin Chinese) 21 speak a Chinese dialect (16 speak Mandarin Chinese) 9 speak English 9 speak English 9 speak Hindi 9 speak Hindi/polluted air to breathe which threatens their health. 32 breathe polluted air that threatens their health. 68 breathe clean air, while 32 breathe polluted air that threatens their health. Polluted Clear Water and Sanitation As with air, many have access to clean water/


Rowntree, et. al. Modified by J. Naumann, UMSL

live in compact rural villages Rural-to-urban migration caused by agricultural changes Most settlement near fertile soils and dependable water sources /(cont.) Urban South Asia (cont.) Calcutta More than 12 million people Problems: poverty, pollution, congestion, homelessness Karachi More than 7 million people Pakistan’s largest city Political and ethnic /resistance to Hindi as a national language Role of Hindi is expanding English is the main integrating language in South Asia South Asians in a Global /


By David J Smith. If the world’s population was 100 people...

speak Hindi 3 speak Portuguese 8 speak Hindi 3/water 60 have access to adequate sanitation adequate sanitation 40 do not 68 breathe clean air 32 breathe air that is unhealthy because of unhealthy because of pollution pollution/In the Past… In 1 C.E., 3 people lived in the village. In 1000, 5 people lived in the village. In 1500, 8 people lived in the village. In 1650, 10 people lived in the village. In 1800, 17 people lived in the village. In 1900, 32 people lived in the village. In 2002, 100 people lived in/


Rowntree, et. al. Modified by J. Naumann, UMSL

in compact rural villages Rural-to-urban migration caused by agricultural changes Most settlement near fertile soils and dependable water sources/ imprint Air pollution a problem Globalization & Diversity: Rowntree, Lewis, Price, Wyckoff Globalization & Diversity: Rowntree, Lewis, Price, Wyckoff Mumbai (Bombay) Boy begging from motorists Three ages in architecture: colonial/ to Hindi as a national language Role of Hindi is expanding English is the main integrating language in South Asia South Asians in a /


CHAPTER EIGHT South Asia. Housekeeping Items Today, we have the Vietnamese food group presentating. I would also like to do a bit more on Africa, and.

date from Aryan invasion  Urdu, Hindi: major language, different scripts Languages A. Sociocultural Issues Hinduism 800 million of the world’s 900 million Hindus live in India Complex set of beliefs, often/water Conflict over Ganga River water India controls flow of river; has diverted to its purposes in past Bangladesh deprived of water; coastline modification Water purity in decline Disposal of bodies in Ganga Industrial waste and sewage Pollution of the Ganga C. Environmental Issues Industrial Pollution/


South Asia Chap 25 & 26 Unit 8 I. Natural Environment of India The Ganges at night.

Deccan plateau of peninsular India b. In Hindi ghat means “river landing stairs” or/in 36 years. c. Current population of India: 1,166,079,217 (July 2009 est.) - the gov’t attempts to address the overpopulation issue with various programs - unsuccessful 2. Population & Poverty a. See population statistics - Population growth b/c of improved health care and sanitation b. Large population overwhelms transp. & communications network c. Lack of education opportunities 2. Environmental Concerns a. Water pollution/


Modern India

August 15 (from Great Britain in 1947). Britain in 1947). Mumbai Indo-European languages *Language: English is the most important for most important for communication. Hindi is communication. Hindi is the national language the national/: Desert (in the northwest); temperate northwest); temperate (north); tropical (north); tropical monsoon (south). monsoon (south). *Environmental problems: desertification, air and desertification, air and water pollution, tap water water pollution, tap water is not potable/


Language. Definition of Language Communicative: transfer of information between individuals Arbitrary: no relationship between the symbols (words) used.

and adults cannot. Both Hindi and English:/ba/vs./da/ 6-8 month-old babies and adults could discriminate. Hindi, not English, easy/Ta/ The “Gestalt Shift” in Language Container Locatives Hal is loading the wagon with hay Jared sprayed the roses with water Betsy splashed the wall /water) : Dribble, drip, drop, dump, funnel, ladle, pour, shake, siphon, slop, slosh, spill Verbs that are container-loc and do not permit a shift (e.g., drench the shirt with wine, but not, drench wine into the shirt) Adorn, pollute/


India Chapter #25. I. Physical Geography A. Physical FeaturesA. Physical Features –World’s highest mountains? –Subcontinent: A very large landmass that.

pollute its purity C. Monsoons Process:Process: Wet season:Wet season: –Summer –Sun strikes land LOW pressureLOW pressure Winds blow INWinds blow IN from the sea! from the sea! Dry season:Dry season: –Winter –Sun strikes water/will be largest in world Muslims = largest minorityMuslims = largest minority Sikhism:Sikhism: –Muslim belief in 1 god w/Hindu beliefs in reincarnation & karma Majority pop. = Aryan (72%)Majority pop. = Aryan (72%) National language = HindiNational language = Hindi Language of commerce/


By David J Smith. If the worlds population was 100 people...

do not and must spend a large part of the each day simply getting safe water 60 have access to adequate sanitation adequate sanitation 40 do not 68 breathe clean air 32 breathe air that is unhealthy because of unhealthy because of pollution pollution SCHOOL There are 38 school- aged children. - 31 of them attend school school There is 1 teacher for these/


This is a focussed revision guide for use closer to the final exam – a star* next to the slide number indicates a slide you must become an expert about.

stacked, sometimes dangerously, to fit the available space few basic services e.g. water, sewage, electricity Similarities & Differences What are the distinctive features of urban and rural/ The Hindi movie industry, known by some as Bollywood, is also located in Mumbai, along with the largest studios and production houses. Most residents of Dharavi are employed in the /I need it. People say workshops won’t be allowed in the high-rise block because they will pollute other people’s flats. We will be put out of/


Geography, Culture, and Environment. Japan - Effects of Climate Climatic conditions have a major effect on population distribution, agriculture, and industrial.

in-laws. If a womans husband died, she was not allowed to remarry. NOW Since after World War II, women gained equal rights with men. Women can now seek divorce andown property. There are little forced marriages Indian Language Hindi/however, the industries growing in China are polluting at unsustainable levels. The oil based economy and the traffic and industrial pollution they represent, make air and water pollution huge concerns. Japan’s main environmental problem is pollution While Japan has benefited /


Chapter 4 The Human World.

death rates have gone down in many areas of the world/Distribution Population Density The average number of people living in one square mile (or kilometer) Canada – 8/families Example: Indo-European – English, Spanish, Russian, Hindi (spoken in India) Elements of Culture (cont.) Religion Major World / Two types – renewable & nonrenewable LEAVE ROOM IN YOUR NOTES TO MAKE A LIST OF TEN OF/ working towards more technology and manufacturing (mainly some countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America) C. World Trade /


KIOST – AMETEC Workshop Geoje, Korea 12 – 21 June 2013.

). Analysis of problem of marine debris in India (contd) Weakness In such a vast land it is only natural that there will be huge diversity. There are over 1500 mother-tongues in India, and though Hindi is the national language, it or/ conducts lectures in schools and colleges on Oceanography. Conclusion Spreading awareness among the public is not a simple or easy task. It requires dedicated and sustained efforts. Citizens must realize that the indiscriminate pollution of river waters and water bodies spells /


Exam Topics Related to India

century Mumbai Religious conflict between Muslims and Hindis in 19th century forced many people to flee to Mumbai /Mega-Cities – Pollution/Crime/Slums (Bustees) Almost 10 Million live in slums in Mumbai Mumbai Dharavi is the largest slum in Mumbai It /in Northern India India - Population The steep slopes, snow-covered land, poor soils and poor road infrastructure discourage settlement here The low population density of 100 per square km in the North-East is mainly due to the Thar Desert Lack of water/


India. Already KNOW NEED to Know Will Learn Words to Know   Ganges River   Arranged Marriages   Subsistence Farming   Caste System   Monsoons.

Asia Satellite View of South Asia South Asia: Physical Map Bodies of Water Indus R. Ganges R. Arabian Sea Indian Ocean Bay of Bengal Graphic/the largest in the world. Bollywood, based in Mumbai, makes commercial Hindi films and is the most prolific film industry in the world. Culture   The staple food in the region /and Muslim. Both have nuclear weapons. Environmental Issues: Pollution of the Ganges River Economy: Mixed Economy, 4 th largest in the world. Culture: some still practice arranged marriages/


South Asian History Changes over Time Indus Valley Civilization Existed on the subcontinent around 2500 BC (same time as Mesopotamia & Egypt) Existed.

Most Indians live… Most Indians live… – in rural areas. – in the North. – along the coast. – in extended families. – in castes. Hindi and English are official languages. Hindi and English are official languages. Most Indians practice /caste system gender inequality gender inequality – environmental issues deforestation deforestation Asian Brown Cloud Asian Brown Cloud water pollution water pollution India & Pakistan Today The partition of India originally left both countries devastated. The partition of /


Ondoy at Pepengs Devastation: Part of a deeper disaster Bagong Alyansang Makabayan USA October 28, 2009.

of investment and big profit, while environmental and social adverse impacts are not accounted for Conclusions Hindi gumana ang San Roque Multipurpose Dam para pigilan ang baha  Magkaibang interes ng paggawa ng kuryente/ siltation due to mining extraction activities in the catchbasin and the upstream dams which were old Social vulnerability = Climate vulnerability Main environmental effects of imperialist plunder  Deforestation  Mining  WaterPollution  Energy Poverty and underdevelopment  Lack/


India Changes over Time Europeans Arrive Portugal controlled India for years because they wanted to control the spice trade Portugal controlled India.

Most Indians live… Most Indians live… – in rural areas. – in the North. – along the coast. – in extended families. – in castes. Hindi and English are official languages. Hindi and English are official languages. Most Indians practice /caste system gender inequality gender inequality – environmental issues deforestation deforestation Asian Brown Cloud Asian Brown Cloud water pollution water pollution India & Pakistan Today The partition of India originally left both countries devastated. The partition of /


India. Already KNOW NEED to Know Will Learn Words to Know   Ganges River   Arranged Marriages   Subsistence Farming   Caste System   Monsoons.

Asia Satellite View of South Asia South Asia: Physical Map Bodies of Water Indus R. Ganges R. Arabian Sea Indian Ocean Bay of Bengal Graphic/the largest in the world. Bollywood, based in Mumbai, makes commercial Hindi films and is the most prolific film industry in the world. Culture   The staple food in the region /and Muslim. Both have nuclear weapons. Environmental Issues: Pollution of the Ganges River Economy: Mixed Economy, 4 th largest in the world. Culture: some still practice arranged marriages/


The International Control of Ocean Dumping and Fertilization: Tangled Currents, Sea of Challenges Professor David L. VanderZwaag Canada Research Chair.

 Dispersal potentialities (current velocity, vertical mixing, strength of tides)  Existing pollutant loads †General considerations, e.g.  Possible effects on marine living resources /Hindi word for Iron FEX = fertilization experiment http://www.awi.de/fileadmin/user_up load/News/Press_Releases/2009/1. _Quartal/LOHAFEXInfo_Anhang_1 _bis_4.pdf –Considerable criticisms from environmental NGOs as an alleged violation of the CBD’s moratorium (only small-scale scientific research studies in coastal waters/


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