17. Permanence. Written information can be read as many times as you like – and by a potentially infinite number of people. Spoken information can be instantly forgotten.
Despite three decades of flood-control programs that had already cost an estimated $10 billion, floods in 1980 alone claimed nearly 2,000 lives, killed tens of thousands of cattle, and affected 55 million people on million hectares (28 million acres) of land. As of the mid-1990s, 60% of the land where crops could be grown had been damaged by the grazing of the nation's 406 million head of livestock, deforestation, misuse of agricultural chemicals, and salinization.
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The twentieth century can be called the turning point in the history of the hotel industry in India. It was during this period many big business owners entered into the field.