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    to the country (Population, 2014). As both companies attempted to enter the market, they adopted different strategies with common goals. PEPSICO ENTRY PepsiCo attempted to enter the Indian market through a classic strategy, by bringing jobs to the region. During the 1980’s, the per capita consumption of soft drinks in India was only three bottles per year (Saylor, 2011). In May 1985, PepsiCo joined forces with one of the leading business strategists in India, the R.P. Goenka group, to begin operations

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    village dispute. Because Bibi lives in Pakistan, Nicholas Kristoff, the article’s author, was led to believe that Hatun’s village was Muslim although in the second sentence of the article, He clearly writes that she lives in the Punjab area of Pakistan. The Punjab region hosts a number of religions aside from Islam. So, by reading the sentence that Bibi received, I clearly know that her village is not Muslim, because nowhere in Islam it says to gang rape a girl because of a village dispute. “The

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    Gandhi. By watching the influence of Drs. Satyapal and Kitchlew and the vast participation of people in the strikes, the deputy commissioner Mr. Miles Irving lectured the government of Punjab to increase the military forces in Amritsar.3 In response to the letter of the deputy commissioner the government of Punjab took prompt action and they issued the orders of Drs. Satyapal and Kitchlew’s deportation on 9th April.4 On 13th April 1919 General Dyer “went through the city in company with the district

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    Kashmir

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    population and wishes of their people". According to the portion of India plan announced by the viceroy of India on June 3 1947, the Muslim majority provinces were to become Pakistan and those with Hindu majority were to form India. The province of Punjab was accordingly to be divided. A boundary commission headed by sir Redchiff was appointed. This commission wrongfully awarded a Teshil (county) namely Gurdaspur to India to provide land connection between Kashmir and India. On July 19 1947 the Muslim

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    Symbols Of Sikhism

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    Practices (5k Symbols of Sikhs) There is five symbol of Sikhism , where it shows the true identity of a sikh, and how faith is shown spiritually , the great power of faith in them, Most Sikh Follow the rite of the khalsa , 5 ks are the 5 items a Sikh individual must have , by the the guru Gobind Singh (The first K’s is Kara) The Kara is a bangle that is made out of iron , or steel , it is to be worn on the right wrist, the steel represent the strength and also the symbol of unity and eternity

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    A LETTER OF INTRODUCTION My name is Bhupinder Singh Brar. I am from India and I born and raise there. I came in Canada 3 years ago. My father took me here for my bright future because Canada is better country than India as regarding to its economic and political values. I am very polite and simple guy and I love simplicity. I love to make friends which are caring and stands with me in every moment of my life weather it is good or bad. I have lots of friends here but not many of them are that close

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    Languages of Punjabi

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    originated around the 11th century and it is the heir of sauraseni prakrit. This language also can be called as Indo-Aryan and this one main language is mostly spoken from about 100 million people that are primarily from the East Punjab which is in India and also in West Punjab which is in Pakistan. Although both of these two nations speak in the same language but they have different ways and form of writing the alphabet. For example, In India Punjabi, normally it is written using the Gurmukhi alphabet

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    5.1 Introduction Structurally, the Salt Range is the result of tectonic forces imposed during the lateral phases of the Himalayan orogeny in the late Cenozoic time; the occurrence of the thick, incompetent Salt Range formation at the base of the sedimentary sequence has strongly influenced the structure. 5.2 GENERAL STRUCTURES OF THE PAIL-BAHDRAR AREA Structural features were essentially the result of gravitative flow process (a tectonic diaprisim) involving the subsurface flow of highly incompetent

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    Amrita Pritam

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    Amrita Pritam (born 31 August 1919) is a household name in the Punjab, being the first most prominent woman Punjabi poet and fiction writer. After partition she made Delhi her second home. She was the first woman recipient of th Sahitya Akademi Award, the first Punjabi woman to receive the Padma Shree from the President of India in 1969. Though critical of the socialist camp, her works were translated in all the east European languages including French, Japanese and Danish. Mehfil, a quarterly from

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    Urvashi Butalia in her book, The Other Side of Silence, attempts to analyze the partition in Indian society, through an oral history of Indian experiences. The collection of traumatic events from those people who lived through the partition gives insight on how history has enveloped these silences decades later. Furthermore, the movie 1947 Earth reveals the bitterness of partition and its effect of violence on certain characters. The most intriguing character which elucidates the silence of the partition

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