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    ) India, Mukesh Ranga, Ph.D., Professor, Institute of Business Management, CSJM University, Kanpur (UP), India. 1 UTMS Journal of Economics, Vol. 1, No. 2, pp. 1-16, 2010 M. Shamim Ansari, M. Ranga: INDIA’S FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT: CURRENT STATUS ... The world economy has observed a...
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  • Mfn Status to India
    would help give the once coveted status of South Asia, back to the forces who originated it. Hence, a carefully reconciled MFN status should be granted to India in order to achieve the long-term prosperity of our country. The Economic Perspective: After going through a large array of material...
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  • Women Empow
    for economic development. Though the nature has given the genetic power of reproduction especially to the women, the socio-economic status of women is so poor and the incidence of poverty is more on woman only. Empowering women is the only solution for all questions. Her potential hidden power is to...
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  • Marisha
    by kith and kin. In a nutshell, despite various schemes launched by government and increase in status of few women, there seems no sign of women empowerment as a whole. In its first ever gender gap study covering 58 nations, the World Economic Forum has ranked India a lowly 53. The report titled...
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  • Studies
    in the political field and allaying fears of its smaller neighbours in the economic sphere." In this context, India has already taken the initiative and accorded Pakistan MFN status and yet, the economist is critical of India. India-Pakistan trade potential is best reflected in an advertisment...
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  • Women
    : Status of Women in India: Problems and concerns 8    Limited access to cash and credit Limited access to employment in formal and informal sector. Limited access to education. As a result of the cultural and economic factors, women face discrimination right from the childhood. It is...
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  • NDMA and Influence on Indo-Pak Relations
    ABSTRACT OPPORTUNITY OR DELUSION: WHAT DOES MFN STATUS MEAN FOR INDO-PAK TRADE DISPUTES? India and Pakistan are the largest economies in South Asia with substantially low levels of bilateral trade, but nevertheless an enormous potential for the same. Bilateral trade potential between the two...
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  • Transformational Initiatives by India to Achieve
    TRANSFORMATIONAL INITIATIVES BY INDIA TO ACHIEVE REGIONAL POWER STATUS BY 2025 Amit Dhingra “He who rules the heartland, rules Asia. He who rules Asia, rules the World. It is the largest land mass in the world, and whosoever controls it will exercise enormous power………….” …Sir...
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  • Dowry
    The Economics of Dowries in India: Vijayendra Rao, Development Research Group, World Bank Forthcoming in in Oxford Companion to Economics (Kaushik Basu, editor), Oxford University Press, 2006 (forthcoming). For most Indian parents the cost of a daughter’s marriage is the single largest expense...
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  • Rural Elderly
    India is united in diversity. Indian democracy is respected with active participation of all parties within power or outside power. With the economic liberalization started during 1990, India is now trying to become economic super power in the near future. However, growing population, poverty...
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  • Nittal
    : Population Explosion • Birth Rate is High & Death Rate Falls. – Third Stage: Low Rate of Population Growth • Both Birth RateeneralDeath Rate are Low. G & Economics:Population,Poverty& Unemployment 20 Effect of Population Growth on Indian Economic Development • India is passing through the...
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  • Matriarchal Society
     when  the  Chera  dynasty  was  in  power  in  the  southern  part  of  India   (Government   of   Kerala).   The   system   has   contributed   greatly   towards   the   present   day   social   status   of   women...
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  • Prove or Disprove the Following Statement ‘White Collar Crime Is Committed Only by Persons of High Social Status or Persons in Policy Making or in Powerful Positions’
    occupation” (Sutherland, 1940), his address was important in that it was the first major statement on white collar crime in academic criminology. Sutherland was of opinion that the “white collar criminal should be differentiated, on one hand, from the person of lower socio- economic status who...
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  • history
    colonialism alone which unified them. The Nationalist historians countered the colonial view by claiming that cultural, economic and political unity had prevailed in pre-colonial India. They wrote approvingly of India's culture and social structure. Basically, the Nationalist approach was to affirm that...
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  • Evaluation of Rural Health & Associated Factors
    capacity to learn along with many more consequences (Coonrod, 2005). Critical Issues A combination of factors such as geographic isolation, low economic status, different societal attitudes and traditional beliefs, and provider inadequacy have led to tribal populations throughout India often being...
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  • Fdi in India
    progressive integration with the global economy. FDI In India: A study of economic reforms and risks Introduction: Prior to understanding the economic progress of India, it is vital to first identify the current economic status of India so that it is easy to retrace the process leading to the...
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  • Census of India
    benefits.[3] There is only one instance of a caste-count in post-independence India. It was conducted in Kerala in 1968 by the Communist government under E. M. S. Namboodiripad to assess the social and economic backwardness of various lower castes. The census was termed Socio-Economic Survey of 1968...
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  • Women
    social and economic status of women, especially in the rural areas shows unsatisfactory achievements in most human development indicators. Citing published facts and figures, evaluate the reasons for the failure of the government of India in areas such as growing feminization of poverty...
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  • Census India
    expectation of gaining government benefits.[2] There is only one instance of a caste-count in post-Independent India. It was conducted in Kerala in 1968 by the Communist government under E. M. S. Namboodiripad to assess the social and economic backwardness of various lower castes. The census was...
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  • Fdi in India
    : Prior to understanding the economic progress of India, it is vital to first identify the current economic status of India so that it is easy to retrace the process leading to the current status. India presently enjoys the status of an attractive emerging market. However, this status has...
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