• Dowry System in India
    Dowry system is a huge problem in India and has been a source of great disturbance and embarrassment in our society. Dowry is a cultural system where the parents of bride (girl) pay huge amounts of money, expensive gifts and jewellery to bride groom (boy) and his parents during marriage. Historicall
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  • Dowry System
    An essay on evils of dowry system in India. Dowry system is as old as man is. The dowry system is a social evil. It is prevalent in all parts of India and almost in all the countries of the world.In India many of the traditional customs have been given up, but the custom of dowry has not only con
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  • Dowry System
    Introduction Today, Indian society is surrounded with many problems such as unemployment, illiteracy, population growth, terrorism, etc. Among these problems, a problem which is deep rooted in Indian society is the problem of dowry system. It has become the every day news item, no day passes away w
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  • The Criminal Practice & Justice System in India
    Research Methodology: THE CRIMINAL PRACTICE & JUSTICE SYSTEM IN INDIA THE CRIMINAL PRACTICE & JUSTICE SYSTEM IN INDIA CONTENTS Introduction and organisational context The Department The history of Bombay High Court The History of Supreme court New Delhi The Department’s of Indin Cri
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  • Topic: History Of Banking Industry In India
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  • Administrative System in India at the Advent of British Rule
    UNIT 1 ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM AT THE ADVENT OF BRITISH RULE 1.0 ' Objectives 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Mauryan and Gupta Administration 1.3 Major Characteristics of Moghul Administration 1.3.1 Role of the King 1.3.2 Bureaucracy 1.3.3 Army 1.3.4 Police 1.4 Structure of the Moghul Administrative S
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  • History of Social Relations in India
    Caste and gender equations in Indian history No aspect of Indian history has excited more controversy than India's history of social relations. Western indologists and Western-influenced Indian intellectuals have seized upon caste divisions, untouchability, religious obscurantism, and practices o
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  • History of Competition Law in India. Its an Emerging Area in the Field of Law
    The establishment of British Rule in India left the Indian economy crippled. India served as a dumping ground for the machine made cloth and other factory goods from England and was reduced to a mere raw material supplying colony. After winning Independence against the political competition posed by
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  • Bride Burning, Murders and Dowry Pressure in India
    Jordan Lamb October 13, 2010 Research Paper Outline Bride Burning, Murders and Dowry Pressure in India I. Women in India are exposed to heinous acts of abuse. A. Women in India have become victims of human rights abuse. B. Different components of Bride-Burning II. Extent o
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  • Dowry System
    One of the biggest menaces of the Indian society is the dowry system. This fact that it is condemned by every modern citizen of this country and yet it still flourishes at a very large scale in our society is a testimony of how deeply rooted this system is in the Indian society. Dowry (dahej) is
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  • Dowry Deaths in India
    Analysis of Dowry Deaths in India SYG2000 July 26, 2011 Summary/Reaction of Dowry Death Video This video clip talks strictly about how the dowry has become one of the most committed crimes in India, but with yet no punishment. Dowry in India is very common and typically a
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  • Dowry
    SEMINAR REPORT DOWRY SYSTEM Submitted by, 1. Introduction 2. What is Dowry? 3. History 4. Arranged Marriages and Dowry 5. The dowry system 6. Dowry System in India 7. What is Bride burning? 8. Dowry law in India 9. Dowry death new ruling India 10. Ris
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  • Contemporary Social Issues in India
    Contemporary Social Issues Global Hunger Index -2011 Hunger can be defined as an uneasy or painful sensation caused by want of food; craving appetite. Also the exhausted condition caused by want of food, the want or scarcity of food in a country. World hunger refers to the aggregated to th
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  • Education System : India - Korea
    INTRO DUCTION India and Korea are two Asian countries separated by vast continental landmass. Being oriental countries, the two nations share certain common oriental values like the attitudes towards the family certain social institutions, certain moral values and things like that which are dist
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  • History of India
    History of India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaHistory of India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Part of a series on the History of India Chronology of Indian history Ancient India Prehistoric India and Vedic India Re
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  • Virpur History (India)
    Sander name : vivekkumar khant VIRPUR HISTORY (INDIA) Many Virpurians have left Virpur for finding work or business opportunities. They are scattered over various parts of world. It is said that Kashmir & Switzerland are paradises on earth. However, for us Virpurians, no matter where we li
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  • History of Banking in India
    HISTORY OF BANKING IN INDIA Banking is an old as civilization. The practice of money lending, the predecessor of banking has been practiced in india from time immemorial. During the mughal period, the indigenous bankers were faintly prominent in financing the trade and use of instrument for trad
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  • India Banking History
    http://www.scribd.com/doc/29524569/History-of-Banking-Sector-in-India-Gp-39 INDIAN BANKING SECTOR:CHALLENGE AHEAD 1.History of banking sector in India Origination of banking in India dates to the last decades of the 18th century with the General Bank of India, which started in 1786,
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  • India Caste System
    Divisions in India Society: The Caste System There are different theories about the establishment of Caste system. There are religious, mystical, biological and socio-historical theories about the Caste system. The word “caste” is derived from a Portuguese word “casta” which means “breadâ
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  • Dowry in India
    Dowry Death: Crime Against Humanity “The dowry system is so deeply rooted in Indian culture, that sometimes one feels that there’s going to be no way out – at least not for another century.” Bride-burning,’ a term which is very common now a days is used to describe the increasing
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