Pakistani Singers Eye on Indian Music Industry (Imi)for Exposure

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RESEARCH

PAKISTANI SINGER’S EYE ON INDIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY (IMI) FOR EXPOSURE

(-research by MADHU VIJHANI)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SNo. | Particulars | Page no. | 1. | Introduction | 6-8 | 2. | Problem | 89-10 | 3. | Significance of the research | 11-14 | 4. | Objectives of the research | 15 | 5. | Hypothesis | 16 | 6. | Review of literature | 17-33 | 7. | Methodology | 34-36 | 8. | Data processing and analysis | 37-38 | 9. | Data representation | 39-48 | 10 | Conclusion | 49 | 11. | Bibliography | 50 | 11. | Annexures | 51-55 |

Table of Data Analysis& Reppresentation

SNo. | Particulars | Page no. | `1. | Number of people inclined towards music | 39-40 | 2. | Preference of music by people for different genre | 41-42 | 3.(i) | Number of people preferring Indian singers/music | 43-44 | (ii) | Number of people preferring Pakistani singers | 45-46 | 4. | Number of people favouring Pakistani singers in IMI | 47-48 |

Introduction

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