• Is Euthanasia Morally Correct?
    unborn child. There is also much debate over the distinction between voluntary and involuntary euthanasia – apparently, it is immoral to deny another human their wish to die. Personally, I do not think the arguments for either forms of euthanasia hold water. Involuntary euthanasia can be quickly...
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  • Family Plannig
    population is orthodox and superstitious. Child being considered a gift of God, implementation of family planning will face not only hurdles but also a lot of resistance. 2. Premature death of the single child of a family will cease its lineage. Parents will be at a complete loss, both financially and...
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  • Paper Bollywood
    generating employment. It is another matter that farmers can greatly benefit only when their productive resources of land, labour, capital and technology are available in the free market. This is indeed remarkable. For a long time, the British actually did not enter the picture in Hindi films. In...
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  • Role of English in India
    here and now that you will all learn Hindustani. I say it is your dharma to learn Hindustani which will link South with the North” (Jubilee Celebration 1946). Gandhi has of course another reason to stand in favour of Hindustani “or” Hindi as he also calls it25. This composite language, “Hirdu” in...
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  • sociology
    ) Relation between spouses 2) Relation between siblings, parent and child, grand parents Study of the family at the micro level involves the study of individual actors that constitute the family rather than the study of the family as a whole, which takes place at a macro level study of the family. Jist...
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  • Solved Solution
    Application Conflict Resolution & Peace – Building Consumer Affairs Creative Writing (English) Creative Writing (Hindi) Creative Writing (Urdu) Disaster Management Entrepreneurship and small Business Family & Child Development Film Studies Globalization Indian Art Labour & Development in India Legal...
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  • Mock Parliment
    to consider. Other members also speak and the Minister concerned intervenes in the debate which is replied to by the mover. After the discussion the Speaker formally places the motion before the House with the announcement. "The motion is that the House do now adjourn. Those in favour will say 'Aye...
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  • Jawaharlal Nehru
    divorced wife would be along the lines set down in the civil law. Nehru led the faction of the Congress party which promoted Hindi as the ligua-franca of the Indian nation. After an exhaustive and divisive debate with the non-Hindi speakers, Hindi was adopted as the official language of India in...
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  • Gender
    sex and gender as either wholly biological or singularly cultural. There is a constant shifts between conceptualizations of human beings as controlled by either predominantly biological or social forces. The debates on sex and gender will continue as same will argue in favour of biological differences...
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  • Business Ethics
    a common ground of where the people involved in the business, and the society around the business interlink, for there to be progression on both fronts. One can image the possibilities of business without social responsibility. Child labour can be an example of money over people, with many...
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  • Same Sex Marriage
    polls declared that supporters of The Greens had a higher support group to same sex marriage with 81% in favour, followed by Labour supporters on 78% in favour. Liberal party supporters were less enthused by the issue and only had 48% in favour. Unfortunately at federal level, discrimination is...
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  • My India
    debate national affairs in the vernaculars or Hindi as the case may be. Hitherto the masses have been strangers to their proceedings. The vernacular papers have tried to undo the mischief a little. But the task was beyond them. The Patrika reserves its being sarcasm, the Bengalee its learning, for ears...
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  • Letters
    member of football eleven last year. I was the Captain of the football team for two years—2005 and 2006. I also won first prize in debate competition last year. Kindly issue me the certificate within four days as we are leaving for Allahabad on 25th July, 2007. Thanking you for the favour, Yours...
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  • Balfour's Leadership Was Responsible for the Decline in the Popularity of the Conservative Party Between the Years 1902-1906. Explain Why You Agree or Disagree with This View.
    'Taff Vale' incident was an unpopular move. The railway workers on the Taff Vale railway went on strike in 1901. The management replaced them with National free labour association workers and then took the union to court for damages. The judge ruled in favour of the company which angered thousands...
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  • Discuss the Way Urban Middle-Class Identities Have Been Debated in Relation to Changing Kinship and Consumption Patterns
    the "most polymorphous middle class in the world", itself represents a site of political debate in both academic and public discourses. Additionally there is a marked transition between what is considered the "old middle-classes" and the "new middle-class." Whereas the former has its origins in the...
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  • Business
    abandoning countries as they developed better pay and employment rights in favour of countries like China, where these are less of a cost. She points to a photo published in 1996 showing children in Pakistan stitching Nike footballs as an example of the use of child labour. Other critics have suggested...
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  • Book Review on Imagining India
    as the Right to Information Act, child labour, the midday meal for schools and court rulings on environmental issues points to a young, powerful force that is shaping India's social and political debate. The growth and activity of these NGOs is a sign of the changing nature of India's democracy...
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  • Connections Across Texts
    " within the legislation) — one of whom must be a gynaecologist orobstetrician. Counselling is optional if the woman desires it, but is not mandatory within current abortion law. There is no statutory definition of fetuses or embryos as an "unborn child" within New Zealand abortion law...
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  • The North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta): an Overview.
    workplace rights, such as the rights to unionize and strike, anti-child labour laws, and equal pay for men and women. The North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation (NAAEC) sets out rules and regulations designed to protect the environment from pollution and other pressures. This...
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  • Essay on Munshi Premchand
    younger brother repentant and with tears in his eyes talks to his sister-in-law which results in end of conflict. Kafan is a story about a lower caste father and son poor labours from a village, emergency strikes when the son's wife dies while giving birth to a child and both father and son have...
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