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COUNTRY

India
ISO CODE IN 
ISO 3 CODE IND 
ISO NUMERIC 356 
PHONE, CALL CODE 91 
FIPS CODE IN 
CAPITAL New Delhi 
AREA (SQ. KM) 3287590 
AREA (PLACE) 8 
POPULATION 1173108018 
POPULATION (PLACE) 2 
CONTINENT AS 
DOMAIN .in 
CURRENCY CODE INR 
CURRENCY NAME Rupee 
LONG CURRENCY NAME
EXCHANGE RATE
Indian rupee
PHONE 91 
POSTAL CODE FORMAT ###### 
POSTAL CODE REGEX ^(d{6})$ 
LANGUAGESen-IN, hi, bn, te, mr, ta, ur, gu, kn, ml, or, pa, as, bh, sat, ks, ne, sd, kok, doi, mni, sit, sa, fr, lus, inc
GEONAME ID 1269750 
NEIGHBOURSBangladesh
Bhutan
China
Myanmar
Nepal
Pakistan

CAPITAL

 New Delhi 
ASCIINAME New Delhi 
LATITUDE 28.6357600 
LONGITUDE 77.2244500 
GEO CLASS P 
GEO CODE PPLC 
COUNTRY CODE IN 
ADMIN1 CODE 07 
POPULATION 317797 
GTOPO30 212 
TIMEZONE Asia/Kolkata 

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REGIONS, STATES, ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS

NAMEASCII NAME
LATITUDE, LONGITUDE
GOOGLE MAP
GEO
CODE
ADMIN1
CODE
POPULATIONGTOPO30TIMEZONE
 Goa   Goa 
15.3333300
74.0833300
 ADM1   33   1225000   125   Asia/Kolkata 
 National Capital Territory of Delhi   National Capital Territory of Delhi 
28.6667000
77.1000000
 ADM1   07   15766943   214   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Andhra Pradesh   State of Andhra Pradesh 
16.0000000
79.0000000
 ADM1   02   76210007   704   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Arunāchal Pradesh   State of Arunachal Pradesh 
28.0000000
94.5000000
 ADM1   30   1183045   761   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Assam   State of Assam 
26.0000000
93.0000000
 ADM1   03   26655528   80   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Bihār   State of Bihar 
25.7500000
85.7500000
 ADM1   34   82998509   52   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Chhattīsgarh   State of Chhattisgarh 
21.5000000
82.0000000
 ADM1   37   20795956   273   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Gujarāt   State of Gujarat 
23.0000000
72.0000000
 ADM1   09   53957371   20   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Haryāna   State of Haryana 
29.0000000
76.0000000
 ADM1   10   25353081   216   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Himāchal Pradesh   State of Himachal Pradesh 
31.9166700
77.2500000
 ADM1   11   6394040   1844   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Jammu and Kashmīr   State of Jammu and Kashmir 
33.9166700
76.6666700
 ADM1   12   10069917   4064   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Jharkhand   State of Jharkhand 
23.7500000
85.5000000
 ADM1   38   26909428   364   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Karnātaka   State of Karnataka 
13.5000000
76.0000000
 ADM1   19   55437258   774   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Kerala   State of Kerala 
10.0000000
76.5000000
 ADM1   13   31838619   40   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Madhya Pradesh   State of Madhya Pradesh 
23.5000000
78.5000000
 ADM1   35   60385118   584   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Mahārāshtra   State of Maharashtra 
19.5000000
75.0000000
 ADM1   16   103391791   522   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Manipur   State of Manipur 
25.0000000
94.0000000
 ADM1   17   2388634   832   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Meghālaya   State of Meghalaya 
25.5000000
91.3333300
 ADM1   18   2520146   1504   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Mizoram   State of Mizoram 
23.0000000
93.0000000
 ADM1   31   974617   1070   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Nāgāland   State of Nagaland 
26.0000000
94.2500000
 ADM1   20   2367478   1087   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Odisha   State of Odisha 
20.5000000
84.4166700
 ADM1   21   36706920   512   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Punjab   State of Punjab 
30.9166700
75.4166700
 ADM1   23   27704236   227   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Rājasthān   State of Rajasthan 
26.0000000
74.0000000
 ADM1   24   61337382   342   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Sikkim   State of Sikkim 
27.7500000
88.5000000
 ADM1   29   594056   5057   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Tamil Nādu   State of Tamil Nadu 
11.0000000
78.0000000
 ADM1   25   63995556   171   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Tripura   State of Tripura 
24.0000000
92.0000000
 ADM1   26   3191168   77   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Uttar Pradesh   State of Uttar Pradesh 
27.2500000
80.7500000
 ADM1   36   166052900   126   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of Uttarakhand   State of Uttarakhand 
30.2500000
79.2500000
 ADM1   39   8479562   1005   Asia/Kolkata 
 State of West Bengal   State of West Bengal 
24.0000000
88.0000000
 ADM1   28   84600002   26   Asia/Kolkata 
 Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands   Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands 
11.7006500
92.6751700
 ADM1   01   -   84   Asia/Kolkata 
 Union Territory of Chandīgarh   Union Territory of Chandigarh 
30.7500000
76.8000000
 ADM1   05   1013325   365   Asia/Kolkata 
 Union Territory of Dādra and Nagar Haveli   Union Territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli 
20.1666700
73.0333300
 ADM1   06   257514   75   Asia/Kolkata 
 Union Territory of Damān and Diu   Union Territory of Daman and Diu 
20.4000000
72.8700000
 ADM1   32   -   17   Asia/Kolkata 
 Union Territory of Lakshadweep   Union Territory of Lakshadweep 
10.9385000
72.2804300
 ADM1   14   63911   -9999   Asia/Kolkata 
 Union Territory of Puducherry   Union Territory of Puducherry 
11.9333300
79.8166700
 ADM1   22   973829   8   Asia/Kolkata 


Guest:
Nowadays India is one of the second country in the world according to the population, furthermore it is poised to overtake Japan as the World’s third largest economy. As we know Indian is very fast growing economy and it influenced development of new technology and creation of new companies.

“If the growth of the economy is important, so is science and technology, because it drives this growth.”
( Dr. Abdul Kalam )

To understand all this economy growth the analysis and comparison of the basic indicators in India are used.
 
Basic Indicators in year 2006

Population
1.1 billion
Population growth rate 1.38%
Inflation Rate 5.3%
GDP (PPP) $4.042 trillion
GDP growth $796.1 billion
GDP growth rate 8.5%
GDP per capita (PPP) $3.700

Population in India is 1.1 billion and population growth rate is 1.38% a year. As it was mentioned before, it has largest economy and the third largest in Asia behind Japan and China, because GDP (Gross Domestic Product) Purchased Parity Power (PPP) is $4.042 trillion and GDP growth is $796.1 billion. GDP growth rate is 8.5%, it means that Indian economy is increasing. Also it seemed that a young people can find job in India and they will increase the labour force in the next few years. It can be found in the Figure 1 of GDP by sectors that the biggest percentage is services, which amount for 61 per cent; agriculture and industry are equal 20 and 19 per cent of all GDP during 2005. In addition, this explains why Indian industry is not big enough; having in mind that it is the fast growing economy. According to an article “Virtual Champions” by the journal Economist, only 100.000 people have five or more year’s experience in Indian industry. Usually Indian manufacturing is fast growing, but it will not create huge numbers of job, because India has tended to be in short supply and expensive. Also labour has remained plentiful and cheap because there are many people who live in the villages and need work to escape from the rural redundancy. On the other hand, India has plenty of farmers, as fruit and vegetables are far more labour-intensive than rice and wheat. Nevertheless, there are many reasons which do not help to create a bigger industry in India, for example including regulatory problems and woeful infrastructure.

India is moving forward with market-oriented reforms of economic as liberalized foreign investment and exchange regimes, industrial decontrol, significant reductions in tariffs and other trade barriers, reform and modernization of the financial sector, significant adjustment in government monetary and fiscal policies, and also safeguarding intellectual property rights.

Major partners in India are the United States, China and European, which can be found in the Figure 2. The USA in India is the largest trading partner- 16.7 per cent, but as import it is in the second place with just 5.6 per cent. Also China is the largest import partner- 7.3 per cent, but it is in the second place as trading partner with just 6.6 per cent. European Unions’ exports and imports are almost equal 4.9 and 4.7 per cent.

India’s economy is growing, that’s why the demand of labour force is growing. In 2005 in India there was the most of labour force working in agriculture; it is 60 per cent, than in services – 28 per cent and in industry – just 12 per cent. It is not a surprise that the largest labour force is in agriculture, because agricultures’ products, cotton and tea are the most important goods which are being exported to other countries such as the USA, China or EU. Also there are more exported goods as engineering goods, precious stones, gems and jewellery, and handicrafts. On the other hand import in India is not as important as export is (see Figure 2), because India has just started to move the companies to foreign countries or doing business there. And the major goods of import are just machinery and transport equipment, electronic goods, petroleum, chemicals, gold, iron and steel.

It is important to analyse the most famous international companies, which help to increase India’s economy. As it is known, India in these days is the most popular for investors from foreign countries, e.g. for the United States, Germany, United Kingdom and others. Because India is young while doing business and creating new companies. It is also important to mention that India’s businessmen need more experience and training for being successful employees in companies, for example some sectors of economy growing, such as producing of cars is growing at annual rate of over 15 per cent per year.
 


2018-01-09 03:50:53
Guest:
2006 year data:

Car companies


It is not a new idea to produce cars in India. It is well known that in India there are terrible roads and conditions for going by car are the same as well. However, western investors did not scare to invest in India and produce cars there. The main reason of this is relatively low labor costs. In India there are already factories of such worldwide known car producers as:
  • BMW
  • General Motors
  • AUDI
IT companies
  • IBM
  • Microsoft
  • HP
  • Phillips
  • SONY
  • CANNON
  • BOSCH
  • LG
  • Siemens
Food companies
  • McDonald’s
Telecommunication companies
India is one of the leading countries in the world in the growth of mobile-phone subscribers nowadays. According to the Economist, India has one of the world’s lowest phone penetration rates and India’s government is expecting to have about 500 million new phone subscribers by year 2010. However, today in all over the world the 3G service for mobile phones is very popular, but India is away from this mobile phone boom today, because there are no possibilities to provide this service at low costs. Mobile phone and telecommunication companies have huge revenues per year and are very successful in this country.
  • NOKIA
  • Vodafone

More bout India
 


2018-01-09 04:36:34
Guest:
ome useful phrases in Hindi language would be:

Hello = NA-MA-SKAR;
goodbye = ACH-HA;
please = KRIP-YA;
thank you = DHAN-YA-VAD;
it is nice to meet you = AAP SE MIL KE KHU-SHI HUI .


2018-01-11 03:46:15
Guest:
In recent years, the dress code in Indian business settings has undergone a transformation. Moreover, it also differs widely across regions and business sectors. Therefore, it is difficult to make a generalization about the most appropriate way to dress that will be valid across India . However, for Western business people in India, shirt, trousers, tie, and suit are proper attire. A jacket should be worn to initial meetings or when seeing government officials. For more formal meetings (and during the cooler season) a lightweight suit will suffice. Leather clothing or any accessories made from animals should be avoided.

In the southern part of India, where the climate is very hot, a light suit is preferable. In the north during the winter, a light sweater and jacket are a good choice. Indian business people, on the other hand, often will wear local dress. In many cases, this includes a dhoti, which is a single peace of white cloth that is passed around the waist up to half its length and then the other half is drawn between the legs and tucked at the waist. Long shirts are worn on the upper part of the body. In some locales, such as Punjab, Sikhs will wear turbans, and well-to-do Hindus sometimes will wear long coats like the Rajahs. This coat, known as a sherwani, is the dress recognized by the government for official and ceremonial wear. Foreign businesspeople are not expected to dress like locals, and in fact, many Indian business people will dress like Europeans. Therefore, it is unnecessary to adopt local dress codes .

Women should always dress conservatively. Avoid wearing skirts that rise above the knee, and never wear a sleeveless dress or blouse. It is advisable to wear casual dresses or pants ensembles . The neckline of the blouse or the top should be high. Jeans with a T-shirt or short-sleeved shirt are acceptable as casual wear in informal situations for both men and women . Shorts are acceptable for men only when exercising; women who jog should wear track pants. Pants for women are also acceptable. Sandals or chappals are an alternative during the hot months and the monsoon . Men should not wear Indian caps (they are generally worn by villagers and lower-class people) . It is also important to select neutral colors, which are subdued and not very bright.

Indians may invite Western friends to weddings, naming ceremonies, and related events. For a Western female guest, it would be appropriate to wear a sari on these occasions, if she so desires. Hosts will interpret it as a gesture of good will and equality if she makes the effort to wear an Indian outfit. For men during cultural ceremonies, a well-made kurta and pajama is appropriate. This consists of a long thin shirt, usually made of silk, and thin matching pants. Women often wear a similar outfit called a salwar kamiz. Of course, Indian women often wear a sari for formal occasions .

2018-01-16 11:11:14

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