Trip Around The World: Countries And Their Uniqueness
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Trip Around The World: Countries And Their Uniqueness

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 29 October 2013, 11:49 Hrs   |    1 Comments
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Bangalore: Do you know which country leads the world in emperor penguins or in staying married? There are numerous things in the world that can leave anyone spellbound with its uniqueness. As the world is replete with beautiful countries, let’s look at the highlights what almost every country is best known for.

1. India:

Best Known for: Largest producer of films
India, a home to the world’s most populous democracy is the largest producer of films in the world. Until recently, the country had already produced over 2,900 films on celluloid that includes astounding figure of 1,288 feature films. Indian film industry is a multi-lingual and the largest in the world in terms of ticket sales and the number of films produced. The industry is supported by a vast film lovers and the popularity has been expanded in those countries where large numbers of expatriate Indians reside.  The Hindi film industry or Bollywood, mainly concentrated in Mumbai, is the largest film industry of the country producing around 20 percent films every year.

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1: Very interesting news about Bangladesh. I am positive India has more members serving under the UN than Bangladesh, however, if not, then this is a revelation for me. However, supporting international peace ventures when there is so much internal and border strife does not compensate.. so am not sure where this sobriquet of "Best Known for: Peace loving Nation" comes from. I am happy however for Bangladesh and for it being a neighboring country that they love peace so much as to send in their people to defend peace in places where they have no direct interest at all.
Posted by:Srivas - 30 Oct, 2013
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