Chennai Essays

  • Anna Nagar: The Most Expensive Residential Area in Chennai

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    Anna Nagar: The Most Expensive Residential Area in Chennai Anna Nagar, formerly known as Naduvakkarai is located on the north-western part of Chennai and forms part of Egmore-Nugambakkam taluk. It is named after the Tamil leader C.N Annadurai and is regarded as the one of the prime residential areas of Chennai. It is a planned locality developed by the Tamilnadu Housing Board in the early 1970’s. While developing the plan, lands were allotted to developer residential plots, complexes, wide roads

  • Creative Writing: THe Chennai Express Train of India

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    The Chennai Express train route begins in south of India, and passes through the infinite plains of the Indian countryside. The mountainous terrain ahead can be seen from distance as the train approaches the hillside city of Shimla. In the expanse, a traveller may observe an intermittent figure somewhere, perhaps a woman walking with water pots layered upon her head towards a small village. The train then would begin to ascend a shallow ridge. From here one can see what appears to be a town at the

  • Infosys Consulting

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    Infosys Consulting Case Analysis The market for IT industry was huge and expanding at a fast pace. However the market leaders were Accenture and IBM which had a negligent market share and rest was captured by small enterprises. Indian companies also ventured in the industry and due to their competition, IT multinational giants had to increase their base in India. Due to high opportunities, attrition rate was also high in this industry. As a result Indian companies like Wipro, Infosys increased

  • Kundrathur: Proximity to IT Hubs Creates Opportunity for Real Estate Developers

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    Kundrathur: Proximity to IT Hubs Creates Opportunity for Real estate Developers Kundrathur is an upcoming neighbourhood of Chennai suburban area. It is located near Grand Trunk Road (GST) and is around 22 km away from Chennai. It is one such locality which has good civic and social infrastructure, as well as excellent connectivity and the real estate developers are expecting a profitable investment from this suburb. Strategically located on the GST Road, it is in close proximity to developed localities

  • Notes On The Law Before Githa Hariharan V. Reserve Bank Of India

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  • Chennai Case Study

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    Chennai has become an important destination for trade and tourism, in recent years. It has evoked as a city with tremendous potential for industrial growth because of its economic viability and available infrastructure. The State Government Departments are geared towards increasing trade and commerce links with other countries and also developing greater industrial growth. The entire boom in the trade and business of Chennai city accounts largely for its rapidly growing population. More businesses

  • Film Analysis: Chennai Express

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    Chennai Express is an Indian romantic comedy action drama film, Poduced by Red Chillies Entertainment and UTV Motion Pictures starring Shahrukh Khan and Deepika Padukone, directed by Rohit Shetty. (Chennai Express, 2013) Social media differs from traditional marketing techniques in its immediacy and directness; it enables a direct relationship with the target audience, a one-to-one feedback mechanism and sharing platform. Social media is the 21st century’s perfect crowd-sourced focus group as it

  • Automobile Industry Essay

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    auto component suppliers and other ancillaries thus leading to huge investments and indirect employment. Tamil Nadu- leader in India- Auto production: Within India, Tamil Nadu acts as the pioneer when it co... ... middle of paper ... ...near Chennai which would in turn attract ancillary industries. Similarly, an Auto city has been proposed which would cater to the prototyping, manufacturing and designing. Auto Supplier Parks and Automotive Industrial Development Centre (AIDC) would also augur

  • Evolution of Airline Industry in India

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    industry in India:- Civil aviation took its roots in India in December 1912 with the launch of the first domestic air route between Delhi and Karachi. In 1915, first Indian airline Tata Sons Ltd, initiated a regular airmail service between Karachi and Chennai. In 1953, the government nationalized the airlines industry, by enacting the Air Corporation Act. Subsequently, assets of nine existing airline companies were transferred to two new corporations - Air India International and Indian Airlines - creating

  • Swot Analysis Of Indian Airlines

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    IndiGo Airlines – Desi Airline, Videshi Flight Indian Aviation Industry The Indian aviation sector is growing smoothly. Total air traffic rose from 73 million passengers in FY 2006 to 144 million passengers in FY 2011 . The high growth path can be credited to India’s 11th Five Year Plan (2007–2012) which is formulated by the planning commission. This phase saw the execution & completion of four international airport projects with the help of public–private partnership (PPP) mode, and also saw five

  • Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar Essay

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    Jose Rojas Astronomy Mrs.tyas Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar What do we know about this great man who’s’ name is hard to pronounce. Well he was an Indian-American astrophysics who won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1983 for his mathematical theory for black holes. He was born on October 19, 1910 and grew up in Madras where he was encouraged to seek an education to be a government servant like his father but Chandra, his nickname, was a man of science. His mother encouraged him to pursue his dream and

  • Research: Improving Patient flow in Outpatient Department At Apollo Main Hospital, Chennai

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    Improving Patient flow in Outpatient Department At Apollo Main Hospital, Chennai EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Orthopedic Department at Apollo Main Hospitals, Chennai has been facing problems in patient flow due to increased delays in other processes like registration, waiting time, other diagnosis etc. This has led to patient flow delays, disruptions and inefficiencies, and it has caused dissatisfaction among some patients and employees resulting in a loss of potential revenue and safety concerns

  • Kingfisher Airlines Case Study

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    KINGFISER AIRLINES : A CASE STUDY I stand today in the skeletal remnants of a game changing and trend setting carrier that during its hey days connected 72 centers through 420 daily flights on 77 aircrafts. –Vijay Mallya (source: INTRODUCTION: Kingfisher airlines limited was established by the United Breweries group of Vijay Mallya in 2003 but commenced operations on 9th May 2005 on Mumbai to Delhi route with a fleet size of 4 A320’s(source : http://en.wikipedia

  • Indian Airlines Case Study

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    A study of two airline carriers and reasons for their failure Air India (Public Ownership): This enterprise was started as the Tata Airlines. Later acquired partly by the Indian Government, it was set up a joint sector company, Air India International in early 1948. Also the nationalization of Indian Airlines (IA) in 1953 brought the domestic civil aviation sector under the purview of Indian Government. This nationalization was expected to spur growth, promote economic activity, rush assistance in

  • Automobile Industry Essay

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    now focusing in the production of small cars, in which they are building a reputation in designing and manufacturing ultra low cost cars. It is important to highlight that international business such as Hyundai and Nissan have invested in plants in Chennai, India. These two businesses are showing how efficient their production and logistics functions can improve their business’s competitive position by lowering the costs. Lowering costs is the main reason why these two firms have invested in India.

  • Wedding Hall Analysis

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    Select the Best Wedding Hall in Chennai The wedding is an important day in of the lifetime. Everyone wish to make this day’s celebrations to be grand and memorable forever. The preparation for marriage starts months before the day of the wedding. Each and everything from the bride and grooms dress, decorations, guests, catering, wedding photographer, gifts, etc. are made in advance so that everything on the ultimate day falls into the place. It is quite a daunting task to plan and organize things

  • NH4 Case Study

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    National Highway NH 4 The Golden Quadrilateral comprises of the NH4 Highway from National Highway 4 (NH 4) is a major National Highway in Western and Southern India. NH 4 links four of the 10 most populous Indian cities - Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, and Chennai. NH 4 is 1,235 km (767 mi) in length and passes through the states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Road transport has emerged as the dominant segment in India’s transportation sector with a share of 4.7 per cent in India’s

  • Essay On Nellore

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    Ramulu Nellore district. Hyderabad, the state capital of Andhra Pradesh, is around 450 kilometer away from Nellore. The city is situated on the banks of the Penneru River. Another important city of South India, Chennai is 193 kilometer away from Nellore and Nellore is situated on the Chennai-Kolkata Highway, or the National Highway 5, which is an integral part of the Golden Quadrilateral Expressway Project undertaken by the Indian Government. Nellore is known for the production of mica and gold jewellery

  • Case Study: Architects Oscar And Ponni

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    Their hospitality projects provide yet another facet of an excellent aesthetic and culinary experience. Body Text: The design for the flagship hotels for a prestigious international hotel chain, Accord Puducherry and The Accord Metropolitan Hotel, Chennai, has evolved based on the facility requirement carefully utilising maximum urban vistas, consciously creating a feeling of blending with the cityscape and the immediate context.

  • Essay On Otolaryngologists

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    able to guide you on the best use of your voice to avoid further damage to your voice box. What are some of the ear disorders that an ENT treats? Patients of the common cold often contract painful ear infections. A visit to good ENT doctors in Chennai would alleviate the problem in a jiffy. Inner ear problems are also very common, as it is partly a genetic problem. Hearing loss is a very difficult and trying condition for any patient. It can have many causes and can take many forms. A good ENT