Posted by Ankit Namdev 3 days, 10 hours ago
Tourism refers to the business of providing accommodation & associated services to the people visiting places. Tourism involves two elements i.e. the journey to the destination & stay. Tourism is undertaken for recreation, sight seen, pilgrimage for medical reasons, for adventure etc. Tourism is vital for the success of many economies around the world. There are several benefits of tourism on host destinations. Tourism boosts the revenue of the economy, creates thousands of jobs, develops the infrastructures of a country, and plants a sense of cultural exchange between foreigners and citizens.
Posted by Obinam Daji 1 week, 1 day ago
Any material or substances which can be obtained from the forestry minerals can be used for direct utilization or commercial use is known as forest products. Trees are harvested in a wide range that can be used in our daily life.
1. Solid timber products are used for making joinery, furniture, kitchen cupboards and wall panels.
2. Wood fibre products are used to make paper, cardboard, and particle board.
3. Peeling a log produces the coating that may be glued together to make plywood, or laminated veneer lumber (LVL), used in building homes and offices, boats, toys, furniture and joinery.
4. Lots of medicines can be obtained from the forest.
5. Food is also obtained from the forest.
Posted by Shruti Sahu 2 weeks, 5 days ago
There used to be great hustle and bustle in the school on normal days but that day there was silence all about the school. No noise of the opening and closing of desks and of lessons being repeated loudly in unison could be heard.
सामान्य दिनों में स्कूल में बहुत अधिक चहल-पहल रहती थी परन्तु उस दिन पूरे स्कूल में शान्ति थी। मेजों के बन्द करने और खोलने तथा समवेत स्वर में पाठों के दुहराने की कोई आवाज सुनाई नहीं पड़ रही थी।
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For development we need more and more resources and if we keep on going for development this is for sure that on one day there will no resources left on earth as most of them are exhaustable and non- renewable
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(i) Hegemony as a hard power: Military power of Emperor Ashoka in the ancient India.
(ii) Hegemony as a structural power: Sale of Chinese toys in the world.
(iii) Hegemony as a soft power: France's influence on the Vietnamese people and they stated wearing French dress in place of traditional Vietnamese dress.
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