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The four services covered by E-Banking are as follows:

 (i) EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer System) 
(ii) ATM's (Automated Teller Machines) 
(iii) Credit Card 
(iv) Debit Card. 
Internet banking is considered as a competitive field. This gives a lot of clients to transact without the need to go to the bank personally. Online banking is now becoming as one of the newest options of busy people who don’t have the time. Marketing strategy of online banking is also very significant.
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As it is leading to modern Indian paintings, which is increasingly returning to its Indian routes of arts and culture. The Rajput painting, The Mysore painting, The Tanjore painting, The Madhubani painting, The Pattachitra, The Mughal paintings are very famous in India.
It is said that the great Indian painting creation strategies was started before starting the Hindu civilization. The Indian paintings have a very long tradition and history in Indian art and culture. The earliest Indian paintings were the rock paintings of pre-historic times as those are seen in various caves as well as stone writings, the petroglyphs as found in places like Bhimbetka where some of them from before 5500 Before Christ.
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Home Made Entrepreneurs and their Top Success Habits , World Wide Web of the digital era allows many of us to work from home, but it's important to implement these some extra habits if you want to stay productive and want to become an entrepreneur.
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It’s a new year, and the time to chart your best course for sales success is now. With the lion’s share of B2B consumers now turning to research vendors, creating a strong online presence and developing a professional brand is more crucial than ever before. Social selling allows sales professionals to become resources for buyers moving through the decision making process. The savviest sales people are using social media networks to position themselves as experts, seize more opportunities and close more deals.
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Real Time Hot Steps to Accelerate Your Sales in 2015, Social selling allows sales professionals to become resources for buyers moving through the decision making process.
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Freelance or outsource system has become popular now these days due limitation of time and work force. The work from home culture has become a household name due to World Wide Web. ........
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Gigcrate becomes favorite for small business owners among Fiverr alternatives
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Today’s article may be my personal corporate journey materials but it really can able gives a little more to company owners as well as upcoming entrepreneurs. Just enjoy the article as a pillar of your success.........
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Voicemail may be the new addition in business and marketing world but it has already managed a stable place. Do you want people to respond to your voicemails? Must read this article to know how you can leave an effective message via voicemail, and get results for your marketing strategies.
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Voicemail That Gets Results For Successful Marketing Strategies,Being told to buy a product through voicemail is a big turn-off for many people. Instead, use an interesting feature of the product or service to entice the listener and lower the sales pitch
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== The Pains of Indian paintings and artists ==
In the nearly 150 years of British rule, Indian indigenous art had registered quite a retardation. Whatever little remained in the name of painting was made to order for the British, catering exclusively to the British taste. A distinctive genre  of paintings thus emerged early in the nineteenth  century, mostly portraying Indian tradition  and custom for the curious Britons back home. Otherwise these works generally contained Indian  exotic flora and fauna for the natural history institutions in Britain. But the British generally accorded them the status of visual documents rather than real art, providing general discouragement to the artists.
In the early 20th century though, the emerging educated middle class began to rise above the internal divides and identify itself as a national entity. The Indian intelligentsia coalesced as a result of technological advancement and greater intercommunication, and searched once more for a forgotten cultural heritage and it’s riches. This  rediscovery inspired a fresh assertion of Indian talent which began to manifest itself through songs, poetry, street plays and paintings, resulting in a lively current of artistic activity.

At the fountain head of this revivalist celebration was a single aristocratic family of Bengal, called the Tagores. This multi-talented family is credited with contributions to not only painting, but also poetry, fiction and playwriting, and even singing, acting and designing.   It was headed by the most celebrated member of the family, Rabinandranath Tagore (1861-1941) who became the first non-white and first Indian Nobel laureate. He was India’s Grand Old Man of Letters, who also founded a unique University, called Visva Bharati at Shantiniketan in 1917. His nephews the brothers Gaganendranath and Abanindranath earned the distinction of being India’s first Modern Artists an art also taken up by their uncle much later in life at 65 years of age.  With the support of E.B. Havell, then British principal of Calcutta School of Art (the first Briton to declare British art education unsuitable for Indians), Ananda Coomarswamy, India’s great art-critic, and Nandalal Bose, the gifted painter, it was Abanindranath who breathed a new life into Indian painting.

            The Revivalist art was deeply influenced by the glorious past and heritage of India, by it’s great epics and it’s transcendental philosophy, by the frescoes of Ajanta and the Mughal Rajput miniature paintings. 

             Very little of Indian sculpture, though, was visible during the nineteenth century. The iconoclastic armies of the Mughals had systematically razed to ground hundreds of Hindu Temples which were treasure houses of Indian sculpture. The first attempts to resuscitate Indian sculpture in 1930, under the missionary leadership of Ramakinkar Vaij, were seen at Rabindranath Tagore’s university at Shantiniketan. Yet, after stalwarts like  Somnath Hore and Sankho Chaudhry,  although there were other prominent sculptors, it would be another half  century before India could boast of  fine sculpting talents of international repute like Anish Kapoor and Dhruv Mistry.

 The regimes and influences of the British art school, though stifling and sterile, inspired one vibrant artist whose career became a memorable success. A minor princeling  Travancore House, Raja Ravi Varma (1848 – 1906), was the first Indian to master the technique of oil painting. He learnt his craft from a European visiting artist at the court of Maharajah of Tranvacore. His dazzling works depicted scenes from the great Indian epics and other literature and the dress and form he gave to his characters in these works continue to influence the Indian  film industry immensely till date.
At the turning point of Indian History, in 1947, when India went through the tremendous upheaval of gaining freedom from the British empire and a torturous partition, unaffected, a twenty three year old former Communist Party member of modest origin, along with five other members founded the Progressive Artists’ group. The five other members were M.F. Hussian, K.H.Ara, H.A.Gade, S.K. Bakre and S.H.Raza. Their manifesto drawn up by Souza, the most articulate and controversial of the group, declared that the world progressive meant ‘to go forward’ and  that was what they intended to do. They summarily denounced the influences of all modern Indian artists, Rabindranath Tagore as too self-obsessed and introverted, Amrita Sher-Gil as a hybrid, Jamini Roy as too unsophisticated and crude, and all eminent artists and influential teachers as too sentimental.

The group’s twentieth century modernism was unapologetically linked to the European  contemporaries. Their talent, professionalism and the blazing dedication to their art  was first spotted by Mulk Raj Anand, India’s foremost art critic and novelist of international acclaim. The Progressive Artists Group exhibited for the first time in 1948, and the exhibition was opened by Mulk Raj Anand who  dwelt on the significance of providing  a platform for a new, not yet fully formed voice, rather than the content of the show. He indicated that they had much ground to cover and three of them went on to achieve that within a decade of the show.

 

Raza, Souza and Husain  emerged as distinguished artists, each of his own evolved style. Raza found his fame in Paris, while Souza shocked London with his compelling work, continuing to defy, taunt  and challenge to  win  praise and success. The third success story was that of the elusive and enigmatic Husian, who stayed in touch with the soil of India to intuitively  and spontaneously paint the essence of India, it’s countryside and it’s mythology and continues to do so more than five decades later. The PAG, however, naively failed to understand the angst and disillusionment   in the work of  European artists was the result of two horrific world wars. The PAG artists were too free spirited and self absorbed, and  failed to reflect on the Indian tragedy of 1947, our Partition. The only artists ever to be influenced by it were the well known Indian Satish Gujaral and a lesser known Pakistani artist Tassadaq Sohail.
After Souza left for England and Raza for France, PAG, as the group had came to be known, faded out.

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Cambridge is most widely known as the home of the University of Cambridge, founded in 1209 and consistently ranked one of the top five universities in the world. 
 
The city of Cambridge is a university city and the county town of Cambridgeshire, England. It lies in East Anglia, on the River Cam, about 50 miles (80 km) north of London. According to the United Kingdom Census 2011, its population was 123,867 (including 24,488 students).This makes Cambridge the second largest city in Cambridgeshire after Peterborough, and the 54th largest in the United Kingdom. There is archaeological evidence of settlement in the area during the Bronze Age and Roman times; under Viking rule Cambridge became an important trading centre. The first town charters were granted in the 12th century, although city status was not conferred until 1951. Cambridge is a non-metropolitan district served by Cambridge City Council. Cambridge Local Authority District covers most of the City's urban area but some extends outside this into South Cambridgeshire District. Cambridge is one of five districts within the county of Cambridgeshire, and is bordered on all sides by the mainly rural South Cambridgeshire district. The city council's headquarters are in the Guildhall, a large building in the market square. Cambridge was granted a Royal Charter by King John in 1207, which permitted the appointment of a Mayor, although the first recorded Mayor, Harvey FitzEustace, served in 1213. City councillors now elect a mayor annually.

Cambridge is most widely known as the home of the University of Cambridge, founded in 1209 and consistently ranked one of the top five universities in the world. The university includes the renowned Cavendish Laboratory, King's College Chapel, and the Cambridge University Library. The Cambridge skyline is dominated by the last two buildings, along with the spire of the Our Lady and the English Martyrs Church on Hills Rd, the chimney of Addenbrooke's Hospital in the far south of the city and St John's College Chapel tower.

Today, Cambridge is at the heart of the high-technology centre known as Silicon Fen – a play on Silicon Valley and the fens surrounding the city. Its economic strengths lie in industries such as software and bioscience, many start-up companies having been spun out of the university. Over 40% of the workforce have a higher education qualification, more than twice the national average. Cambridge is also home to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, one of the largest biomedical research clusters in the world.

The green space of Parker's Piece hosted the first ever game of association football, and the Strawberry Fair music and arts festival is held on Midsummer Common. Cambridge is adjacent to the M11 and A14 roads, and is around 50 minutes from London King's Cross by non-stop train, with other rail links to Norwich, Birmingham and elsewhere.
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Shopping portal has become another profitable online business now these days as maximum bloggers and online veterans have sailed their boats to shopping portals. ..........
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One of the top rated outsourcing topic in online media is “Top 10 ranking in Google” but only a few seo firms are doing the job perfectly. 
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