Sunday, August 29, 2010
Indo-gangetic Plains: The great plins within the rivers Indus,The Ganges, the Brahmaputra and their tributaries.
Saturday, August 28, 2010
India is bounded by the Arabian Seato the south-west, to the south east by bay of Bengal and Indian Ocean to the south. Kanyakumari constitutes the southern tip of the Indian Peninsula, which narrows before ending in the Indian Ocean.Southernmost part of India is Indira point in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.The Maldives, Sri lanka and Indonesia are Island nations to the south of India with Sri lanka separated from India by a narrow channel of sea formed by Palk Strait and the Gulf of Mannar. The territorial waters of India extend into the sea to a distance of 12 nautical miles measured from the appropriate baseline. The northern frontiers of India are defined largely by the Himalayan mountain range wher its political boundaries with China, Bhutan, and Nepallie. Its western borders with Pakistan lie in the Punjab Plain and Thar deserty. In the far north east, the Chin Hills andKachin Hills, deeply forested mountainous regions, seprated India from Burma while its political border with Bangladesh is defined by the watershed region of the Indogangetic plain, the Khasi Hills and Mizo Hills.The Ganges is the longest .river originating in India and forms the Indo-gangetoc Plain. the Ganges-Brahmaputra sustem occupies most of northern , central and eastern India, while the Deccan Plateau occupiesmost of southern india. Along its western frontier is the Thar desert, which is the seventh largest desert in the world. Officially india's highest pointis K2 at 8,611m (28,251 ft), though it lies in Gilgit-baltistan , part of disputed kashmir region. Kanchenjunga in Sikkim at 8,598m (28,209 ft)is the highest pt. within India's current geographical boundaries. Climate across India ranges from equatorial in the far bsouth, to Alpine in the upper reaches of the Himalayas.
Friday, August 27, 2010
India is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh largest country by geographical area, the second most popular country with over 1.18 billion people, and the most populous democracy in the world. The Indian peninsula is bounded by Bay of Bengal,Indian Ocean, and Arab Sea and the mainland in the northern portion is bounded by Pakistanin the west, China,Nepal and Bhutanto the north and Bangladesh and Burma to thev east. In the estimate of National Average per Capita Income using Atlas metdod (2003) the rank of india is 160th from the top and 46th from the bottom gdp per capita is 530 US$. In other methods of measurement IMF,WB,And CIA its rank as per 2007,2007 and 2008 are IMF.................WB....................CIA134/942........122/1,042..........138/973
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
|Govt of yemen|
Yemen is a presidential republic with bi-cameral legislature.Under the constitution, an elected president , an elected 301-seat house of representatives, andan appointed 111-member Shura Councilshare power. The president is the head of state , and the prime minister is the head of the govt.President Ali Abdullah Saleh became the first elected president in reunified Yemen in 1999.
Monday, August 23, 2010
traditionally, Yemen was famous for its coffee, shipped from the port of Al-Mukha, from which the English word mocha derives. The main cash crop is qat, a mild stimulant chewed by many Yemenis on a daily basis, using modern irrigation techniques, provides a level of production to nearly nearly satisfy domestic demand. As a high cost producer , Yemen is not yet able to internationally compete in marketing its produce , especially since such exports are often blocked at the borders. Agriculture out put in 1999 ( in 1,000 tons) included sorghum, 321, tomatoes, 248, wheat-144, grapes-160, bananas-88, cotton-25, coffee-12, etc.
Yemen has fascinated many travelers during the last centuries. the country of Queen Saba has been for centuries the center of civilization Although the doors remained closed for sometime to the outside world, the modern Yemen gives you the opportunity to discover its much historical places specially after the re-unification that made Yemen fully opened to tourism. Confident of its prestigious past the tourist may use this recent opportunity because of its tremendous possibilities Yemen can offer such as discoveries of cultural and architectural and discoveries of landscapes and historical places.
The ancient history of the Yemeni kingdoms can be divided into two main periods.the first begins B.C. and the second begins A.D. until the European invasion of Yemen before Islam .
There are three kingdoms famous of Yemeni ancient kingdoms MA'AIN, SHEBA and HEMIAR.
the Islam has come into Yemen within the prophet Mohamed life and within the Persian Governor of Yemen of Batham.
the modern history of Yemen begins in 1918 when north yemen gained independence from the ottoman empire. north yemen became republic in 1962, but it was not until 1967, that the british Empire, which had set up a protective areaaround the southern part of Aden in the 19th century, wirhdrew from what became south Yemen . In 1970, the southern government adopted a communist governmental system . The two countries were formally united as the Republic of Yemen on May 22, 1990.
Sunday, August 22, 2010
Haraz Mountain ; The haraz mountain area is really undiscovered.There are meny trails connecting small mountai villages. Sarawat mountains of Yemen are one of the most important geogrphical features of the Arabian Peninsula. During summer mountains remain hot.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Agriculture in Papua New Guinea is divided into a large subsistence sector and a smaller monetary sector for export. Agriculture's importance has steadily declined since 1985, when it made up 34% of GDP-in 2001, agriculture only contributed about 30 % of GDP. About 85% of population engages in subsistence agriculture. Subsistence crops include yams, taro, and other staple vagetables. cash crops are increasing in rural areas stimulated by govt financed development programms. Production by small farmers of coffee, copra, cocoa, and oil palm is important,
the industrial sector, contributed by the small domestic marketand the population's low purchsing powers , is largely undeveloped. industries are concentrated in industrial metals , timber processing , machinary, tools, etc. Although industrial productuion, including construction and the provision of utilities, electricity, and water, has increased to about 40%of GDP.The manufacturing component has been decreasing as p c of GDP from 9.5 % in 1980, to 9 % in growth .