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Pazhaverkadu: The Untold story

Pulicat (Pazhaverkadu) is historically a remarkable place, an abode for Portuguese, Dutch, the Cholas, Vijayanagar, Arabs and finally the British.

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Paniyas : The unknown untouchables

Numerically the Paniyars form the largest single tribe in Kerala

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SHAKTHI

A Documentary on Pulayan Tribes of Anaimalai Hills

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New State of Turkey under Mustafa Kamal

Introduction Mustafa Kemal, Brilliant soldier a revolutionary statesman a man who joined his faith with the destiny of his nation. In 1915 Met Gallipoli. He handed the British one of the most devastating defeats in this history. 1918 stand from World War One as the early undefeated Ottoman commander four years later He led his […]

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Balfour Declaration

Balfour declaration was signed on November 2, 1917 was a statement of the British to create a national home for the Jewish people by establishing Palestine. The statement was made as a letter by Arthur James Balfour – the British foreign secretary to Lionel Walter Rothinel, a leader of British Jewry. Balfour declaration is issued […]

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The decline of the Ottoman Empire

It is to be noted that the administration of the Ottoman Empire after sulymans death became insufficient, although some rulers after him like Salim, Mehmed II and Murad III have the ability to expand the Ottoman land but none of them had any military experiences or to become a ruler. But among them Murad IV […]

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HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF MIDDLE EAST

The Middle East has a unique geographical position. It is an area situated at the junction of Asia, Europe and Africa and has easy approach in these three continents. The term of Middle East is invented by the western to describe the geographical region that lies between Asia and Africa. There are different theories about […]

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Geography of Middle East

The Middle East has a population of about 246 million, or nearly as many people as the United States. The distribution of the population varies widely. The fertile regions are very densely settled; many others are only lightly populated; while others, particularly in the deserts, are completely empty of human life. The most populous Middle […]

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Terminology of Type

Typeface: the design of a single set of letterforms, numerals, and signs unified by consistent visual properties created by a type designer. These properties create the essential character, which remains recognizable even if the face is modified by design. The terminology of TYPE The baseline The baseline is the imaginary horizontal line on which most […]

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American history

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS An Italian traveller. He served under the Spanish king as a commander. He discovered America in 1492. America was named as the ‘New World ‘. PARIS TREATY,1763 A proclamation introduced by King George III after the defeat of French by the English. It assured British occupancy over the 13 colonies of America. It […]

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History of Travel Agency

In 1841, Thomas Cook began running a special excursion train from Leicester to Loughborough in England, a trip of 12 miles. On July 5th Cook’s train carried 570 passengers at a round trip price of 1 shilling per passenger. This is believed to be the first publicly advertised excursion train. Thus Cook can rightfully be recognized […]

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Tourism certain concepts

Definitions of Tourism In 1941, Hunziker and Krapf defined tourism as “the sum of the phenomena and relationships arising from the travel and stay of nonresidents, insofar as they do not lead to permanent residence and are not connected with any earning activity.” In 1976, the Tourism Society of England’s definition was “Tourism is the […]

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Agricultural Marketing in India

India is an agricultural country and one third population depends on the agricultural sector directly or indirectly. Agriculture remains as the main stray of the Indian economy since times immemorial. Indian agriculture contribution to the national gross domestic product (GDP) is about 25 per cent. With food being the crowning need of mankind, much emphasis […]

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