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    left my aunt’s house on a rickety rickshaw, bound for the lively main street of Old Delhi. Swerving inches around pedestrians, the jolly rickshaw driver took us through streets that were like gypsy ribbons with colorfully clad women jostling one another and a sharp stench of dog urine emanated from the street corners. The place was so boisterously loud – bicycle bells ringing, car drivers honking, cows mooing – that I could barely hear my uncle’s words from the rickshaw parallel to ours – yet, it was

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    now bilingual and can do some graphic designing on the computer. His son’s goal was to grow up and become a doctor, all while his fathers was to have him get an education that he did not have the opportunity of. As I mentioned before Shailesh (the rickshaw driver) goal was to become an actor and star in the Hollywood film, Bollywood. His other goal was to make sure both his children and wife were taking care of and were always fed, and never go hungry. Even with the little these 3 individuals make

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    Observation Essay – The Clown He’s a young man, the clown, with white socks striped in black, and black suspenders over a white T-shirt. White face, red nose. His MO is to follow people and imitate their motion without their noticing, to the glee of the sizeable, ever-changing audience. We’re sitting here on the steps of the Museum, hot and sweaty, watching the show. The clown can follow anyone: a slinky woman wearing pink ruffles, a kid with a mountain bike, a muscle-shirted dude talking

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    Overview of States When India became independent in 1947, it faced many serious problems. These include poverty, low life expectancy for its people, disease, famine and little industry and commerce. It has come a long way since then, but many problems still remain. Despite its high level of industrialization, there is also great poverty in India, and people still die of preventable diseases, although great efforts are being made to improve health care. Western visitors often find it hard to

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    in to cure the clustering city streets that infest most cities, but the one form of transportation that seems to be most ignored or considered a nuisance is the modern day rickshaw, otherwise known as a trishaw. Rickshaws started out as a wonderful bit of new technology. Wheeler’s article discussing the history of the rickshaw states that it replaced larger chunks of walking or the need to try to buy an animal and ... ... middle of paper ... ...e and balance to work with in order to not get anyone

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    really wanna go home at 11:00pm and risk running into some crazy homeless guy? "Ah fuck it", I thought to myself. The Rickshaw Stop sat right in the middle of Fell St, it's walls invaded with purple tentacles and flying eyeballs made it hard to miss if you were looking for it. Most venues would seem to accumulate a line about an hour or half an hour before the show but not the Rickshaw Stop. As a matter of fact, I was first in line which rarely happens for me. This was my first show I had been to since

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    Case Study 1 Indian government is facing the problem of traffic congestion in its four metro cities namely Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai. Delhi is the worst affected. Reports say that on an average 1,200 vehicles are added to Delhi roads daily. In September 2010, Mail Today carried a report quoting CRRI scientists. It said, "Six years of Delhiites’, careers are spent in snarls as 7 million man hours and Rs. 100 crore in productivity are lost to gridlocks, making the capital the worst congested

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    The development of the United States Highway System has had negative impacts on the urban character of our country’s cities. One of the main catalysts, if not the main catalyst, of urban sprawl has been the development of transportation. It has made it extremely convenient and easy for people to move farther out of the inner city and develop rural America. As a result many prominent cities across our country have felt the effects of sprawl through diminished downtown economies. Highways have also

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    Group which is a leading supplier of engine, transmission and suspension parts, assemblies and systems with operations in India, Germany, UK and USA. The group is amongst the largest manufacturer of flywheel ring gears in the world and one of the leading manufacturers of piston connecting rod modules and gear shifter forks in India. The group is also one of the largest manufacturers of small and medium sized steel forgings and the second largest forgings manufacturer in India. THE AMTEK GROUP

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    collected from primary sources. 6. Methodology to estimate the pollution caused by auto rickshaws at the IIM Kozhikode campus Auto rickshaw is the most convenient and the preferred way to travel for the students of IIM Kozhikode. The record of the auto rickshaws entering the campus is obtained from the security office at the main gate. The data for ten days (2/1/2014 to 2/10/2014 – MM/DD/YYYY) is tabulated. Auto rickshaws release various pollutants like carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, nitrous oxides, hydrocarbons

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    no.01 on his vehicle Ape auto rickshaw bearing registration no. MH-23-X-4372. On 18/07/2014 as per say of respondent no.01, the deceased Mahendra Mukundrao Bansode was proceeding in the said Ape auto rickshaw from Latur to Lokhandi Sawargaon. He was doing his work as per the instruction and directions of respondent no. 01. While coming from Latur to Lokhandi Sawargaon, when he reached near Selu Amba, at that time, suddenly one dog came in front of the auto rickshaw. The deceased tried to save the

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    However, the busy city is not a easy bug to master in terms of travel and conveyance. So, here’s a detailed Local Transport Guide as to How to Travel in Delhi. The main transport lifelines of the city are the Metro, DTC buses, Autorickshaws, E-rickshaws and Cabs. Out of these, the most viable are the buses and the metro train because they cover maximum distance in economical

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    Travel Hacks To Get Around In Calcutta “When is the best time to visit Calcutta?” I had asked my friend living in Calcutta. “During Durga Puja,” he said, without having to think much. After having spent three days in The City of Joy during Durga Puja, I can assure that he was right. I don't think there's any person who has spent those last four-five days of Durga Puja in Calcutta, but didn't enjoy it. Whether you're an extrovert or not, whether you love crowds or not, whether you're a party

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    Due to hard work, Wang Lung is able to rise in stature and wealth. As a dedicated farmer in The Good Earth by Pearl S. buck, he abides by strong morals. Even as his luck disappears, he spends his time making sure that he will prepare what is necessary for his land. Throughout his life, Wang Lung worked hard for what he received. Wang Lung's true love is his land, and when the gods turn against him, he works on his land and does as much as he can for his land. "The fields, although Wang Lung cultivated

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    Bottom of Pyramid Marketing Strategies: A New Way to Achieve Corporate Economic Benefit and Social Impact Together Ankita Dey Prateek Singh Bapna DoM, BITS Pilani Bottom of Pyramid represents the world’s lowest socio-economic levels, which comprise of approximately 4 billion people who earn less than $2 per day. Fig. 1: World Economy Pyramid Bottom of Pyramid Marketing is the way of business which can be large and small, domestic and multi-national, to target the poor family as consumers, and

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    distance connections in the transportation include, buses, taxis, rickshaws, and pedestrian bridges. Auto Rickshaws are all throughout the city, and go through narrow lanes. This is comparatively cheaper than taxis, which is a convenient option to commute in Mumbai. From corner, to corner streets yellow black taxis in Mumbai is convenient to everywhere. Mumbai taxis are conditioned cabs, comfortable but more expensive then Auto Rickshaws, due to its undoubtable facilities. Buses, are also offered in

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    to jump onto a crowded moving train, and later chasing after his suitcase which is thrown into a small auto-rickshaw, or as Todd calls it, “one of those taxi go-cart thingies.” Mr. Toad faces several obstacles while in India, and right off the bat he found himself struggling to understand this cultural difference. In India, one of the most prominent ways of transportation is an auto-rickshaw, and it shows how different the ways of getting around can be different for certain individuals in another

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    private cars, motorcycles, scooters, auto-rickshaws, pigs, pedal rickshaws, goats, bicycles carrying goods, handcarts, bicycles carrying passenger(s), dogs, pedestrians. ARTICLE III All wheeled vehicles shall be driven in accordance with the maxim: to slow is to falter, to brake is to fail, to stop is defeat. This is the Indian drivers' mantra. ARTICLE IV Use of horn: Cars (IV, 1, a-c): Short blasts indicate supremacy, i.e. in clearing dogs, rickshaws and pedestrians from path. Long blasts denote

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    Kurla Mumbai hotels in Kurla Kurla, Mumbai is the headquarters of the Kurla division of the Suburban District of Mumbai. It has a major railway junction which was called Coorla till 1890 and is today of of the busiest railway stations. Kurla budget hotels You have a lot many options to choose from when it comes to finding hotels in Kurla. Budget hotel deals in Kurla are in plenty and for the frequent traveller in you, we have all the right choices. Fab Hotel Embassy Park BKC located on

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    Kanhaiya the fictitious character who fulfills the love fantasies of Dolly, the auto - rickshaw driver in Bravely Fought the Queen and Mala’s father in Thirty Days in September are other invisible characters, who are absent in the plays,but yet play significant roles in the life of the major characters in the plays. In Bravely Fought the Queen for Dolly and Alka, the fictitious Kanhaiya, Daksha and the auto-rickshaw driver are characters who are absent but their presence is strongly felt. Dolly takes

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