Trading Economic provides information about India inflation over the years (apparently registered users can export this data).
Google finance provides the Rupee value over th years and you can download this as a csv file.
Google finance also provides SENSEX data.
Speaking as a non-professional, I have seen no such detailed datasets.
Your research should not depend on clueless strangers, though. My first hit on Chinese statistics was: http://www.stats.gov.cn/english/statisticaldata/ , and I'd think they are worth exploring. Same for India.
Gathering detailed income data is fraught with difficulty on many levels: the ...
The MERRA dataset has data for the world from 1979 to date. It updates frequently.
You can get the data as HDF or NETCDF. If your GIS package doesn't read those, there will be translation packages around the web to convert them into a suitable format.
You'll want the U- and V- wind data. You might want pressure too. And possibly even turbulence data.
Hmm I don't know if you could find something for a commercial use. But here are a few suggestions.
1) imdb if you do not want to play with api, you can download all the database. But not for commercial use.
2) An alternative api for movie database rotten tomatoes
3) An alternative api for movie database anditson
Since you need a commercial use, read very ...
India has an active open data site at http://data.gov.in with 605 datasets as of today. Some of those are about finance, and this one is related to inflation.
The government of India continues to publish additional datasets.
It is difficult to obtain such old datasets.
Depending what you are trying to do you could use the 20th century reanlysis made by NOAA-CIRES. The description of the dataset:
It is a modeled dataset and you can extract several variables as surface temperature on a latitude, longitude position.
For the ISBN's, you may find interest in Worldcat. It allows searching with ISBN codes, and by language. Hindi is one of the searchable languages. They also offer an API, but to perform unrestricted search requests you have to be affiliated to a Library, otherwise it's free. The other alternative is also to write your own API that scraps the results off web ...
Since the caste system has been officially banned, there have changes in Indian society that seem to complicate a straightforward connection between caste and last name. Some of those changes include people choosing to change their last name, inclusion of other cultural norms in naming, and mobility within society.
However, there is still data available, ...
You can use the National Sample Survey Data. You wont get income,but you will get consumption data per household. The smallest level that you can go to is a district. A district is the rough equivalent to a county in US,though slightly larger in most cases.
You will get access to electricity also in the same data set. Its not a public data set. You can ...
I would do a google search "road signs India". I found this Wikipedia article had some clear pictures with descriptions in English. If you want Hindi or other language translation, I suspect a google image search will help.
I'll put the OSM queries here as an answer, although the person asking the question has stated that OSM doesn't have nearly all entries.
There are two main keywords to query:
https://overpass-turbo.eu/s/11f0 (without country-filter or bounding box)
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You can access the required data from the official website
Ministry of Road Transport & Highways
Government of India
No Of Digitized Vehicles - 286,943,104
AFSIK Database access won't be authorized to everyone or publicly available due to security and confidentiality purposes.
How about Wiktionary? https://te.wiktionary.org
Bulk downloads are available: https://dumps.wikimedia.org/
Parsing wiktionary: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionary:Parsing
The license is permissive for redistribution: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/...
Yo can get all the required data from official website data.gov.in. The data seems to be divided into state level, so maybe you will have to download ~31 csvs'. They have csv, ods, etc. they also support api calls, yo can check this feature, which could save you from downloading separate files.
It's been a long time since I used them, but as far as I remember the Indian Institute in Oxford (part of the Bodleian libraries) holds annual reports for each province of British India from the early- or mid-C19th (varies by province) through to independence. However, these are paper records and you would need to visit in person to manually enter the data (...
Bhuvan (Indian Geo-Platform of ISRO) looks like a good place to find this data, although to be clear, I could not find it.
Assum has it's own geo portal linked to in Bhuvan, though the search results were lacking, and not clear in that they were results or an error.
There's other portals that may be fruitful linked there too, including Forestry, Agriculture, ...
I've been looking for similar data sets for a while. The best I've found is Columbia University's "Small area estimates of poverty and inequality":
"consumption-based poverty, inequality and related measures for subnational administrative units in approximately twenty ...