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India

Internation Problems Country Focus Report
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Katlynn Moulton

on 14 May 2013

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New Delhi (Population: 21.72 million) Area: 3,287,263 sq km Population: 1,220,800,359 (July 2013 est) Ethnic Groups Languages Religions Flag Fruit: Mango Tree: Banyan Animal: Tiger Flower: Lotus Bird: Peacock Government Sovereign Socialist Democratic Republic with a Parliamentary system of Government Constitution of India Parliament: Prime Minister
Council of Ministers President House of the People
(Lok Sabha) Republic is governed in terms of the Federal in structure with certain unitary features Council of States
(Rajya Sabha) 250 Members 12 nominated by President 238 elected by the Legislative Assembly of that state from which they are elected. January 26, 1950 #7 #2 1890 1910 1920 1930 1900 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 1896 India's colonial rulers introduce the art of cinema to India 1913 1st silent feature film made in India
Raja Harishchandra Rise in several new production companies
Most films either mythological or historical in nature 1927 108 films produced that year country producing over 200 films per year 1st Indian "talkie" (film with sound)
Alam Ara 1931 late 40's: Movies starting to be made in various Indian languages The government banned most raw materials including films stock leading the industry to be funded largely by the black market WWII Modern Indian film is born 1947 Beginning of the Golden Age producing some of India's most critically acclaimed films of all time
Film makers start focusing on lives of lower class citizens (previously ignored as subjects)
Late 50's: film regularly made in color Song and Dance in films start to pull away from previous classical and folk styles 1960 K Asit's Mughal-e-Azam kick starts romantic films all over India Masala film styles introduced! Rise in woman directors
Violence replacing music as a prominent feature Economic liberation erases black market involvement left from WWII
Technology plays a large role in film production Mid 90's Crash in music industry contributes to sound style changes 1998 Government starts to recognize films as an industry Indian films finding global mass appeal 2001 1st synchronous sound movie was produced
Lagaan 2003 30 film companies listed on National Stock Exchange 2009 Highest world wide grossing Bollywood film of all time Three Idiots made over $77 million Mumbai (19.695 million) Chennai (7.416 million) Bangalore (7.079 million) Kolkata (15.294 million) Presided over by: Vice President of India Shri M. Hamid Ansari Presided over by: Speaker elected by the house 545 members 530 directly elected from states 13 from union territories 2 nominated by the president
(represent the Anglo-Indian community) Smt.Meira Kumar Head of the State
&
Commander-in-Chief of Armed Forces Shri Pranab Mukherjee Elected by an electoral college Holds office for 5 years and can be re-elected Composed of both houses of Parliament & the legislatures of the constituent states Dr. Manmohan Singh Attained freedom on August 15, 1947 A Union of 28 states and 7 centrally administered territories Provides for single and uniform citizenship and confers the right to vote on every citizens 18 years and older. States the Fundamental Rights of every Indian Citizen which include: Freedom of speech
Freedom of expression
Freedom of belief
Freedom of assembly and association
Freedom of migration
Freedom of choice in occupation or trade 97 Amendments Also protects from the discrimination against race, religion, creed, or sex. Prime Minister: the person enjoying majority vote in the Lok Sabha appointed by the President President appoints other ministers based on the advice from the Prime Minister. Remains in office as long as they still have the majority support in Parliament Elected by members of both Houses of Parliament Executive Branch Legislative Branch Economy GDP: $1.947 trillion
Per Capita: $3,900 Agriculture Products:
rice, wheat, oilseed, cotton, jute, tea, sugercane, lentils, onions, potatoes, dairy products, sheep, goats, poultry, fish Industries:
textiles, chemicals, food processing, steel, transport, equipment, cement, mining, petrolium, machinery, software, pharmaceuticals Exports Imports $309.1 billion $500.3 billion Petrolium products
precious stone
machinery
iron & steel
chemicals
vehicals
apparel Crude oil
precious stone
machinery
fertalizer
iron & steel
chemicals Partners Partners The largest part of the Indian Film Industry
Based in Mumbai Formerly Bombay where the nickname originated Largest Film Industry in the world with over 1000 films per year! Often incorrectly used to refer to all of Indian Cinema Bollywood films are watched by almost 14 million Indians everyday
Every Year there are 6 award ceremonies that celebrate Bollywood cinema
There are over 250 theatures in Mumbai alone The 'Mansala' Film Style: "Spicey"
The word used for a collection of spices. 3-4 hours long with an intermission
Dozens of songs and dances (featureing 100 or so choreographed dancers)
Feature top bollywood stars
Story between songs: Boy meets Girl (with out kissing or other physical content)
Action, Action, Action!
A Happy Ending "I want people to forget their misery. I want to take them into a dream world where there is no poverty, where there are no beggers, where fate is kind and God is busy looking after his flock."
-Manmohan Desai And it keeps on growing... Now, for the Entertainment! BOLLYWOOD!
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