• Labour Relation Approach
    Labour Relation Approach and Issues Labour relation or what we call industrial relation is the heart of any industrial system. It is know as the relation between employees and employers of a company. For a successful growth of business of big or small firm this relation are needed to be smooth and...
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  • white collar crime
    class; less than two percent of the persons committed to prisons in a year belong to the upper class. These statistics refer to criminals handled by the police, the criminal and juvenile courts, and the prison, and to such crimes as murder, assault, burglary, robbery, larceny, sex offences, and drunkenness...
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  • Restorative Justice - a Need of Hour in India
    restorative and reparative areas in relation with petty/juvenile offences related with first timers as well as beginners etc. This article will examine the use of restorative justice as to have better offender’s management with respect to India where Indian Police and criminal laws are playing major...
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  • Cyberlaw
    AN INTRODUCTION TO CYBER LAWS WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO INDIA Rajkumar S. Adukia B.Com (Hons.), FCA, ACS, AICWA, LLB 098200 61049 rajkumarfca@gmail.com www.carajkumarradukia.com TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Introduction Cyber Crimes Electronic Signatures Intellectual Property Data...
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  • Media Post Mumbai Attack
    MEDIA EDUCATION RESEARCH CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF KASHMIR CHANGE IN INDO-PAK RELATIONS POST 26/11 Role of Media Ashraf ul Hassan. 6/20/2012 The 2008 Mumbai attacks were 11 coordinated shooting and bombing attacks across Mumbai, India's largest city, allegedly by terrorists who came from Pakistan...
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  • Right to Information
    The Right to Information Act 2005 (RTI) is an Act of the Parliament of India "to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens." The Act applies to all States and Union Territories of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu and Kashmir has its own act called...
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  • state of rajasthan v vidhyawati
    the appellant carried on the business in fertilizer and food grains. Huge stocks of food grains, fertilizers and other commodities were seized by police authorities. The appellant represented to the state authorities several times that fertilizer be sold otherwise it would become useless. No steps were...
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  • Asia Power Shift
    perspective Canada’s efforts, or lack of effort, in developing political and business ties with the fastest growing economic region in the world, China, India and the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Nations, i.e. Indonesia, Malaysia, Philipines, Singapore and Thailand) countries. This, along with many of the...
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  • Terrorist and Disruptive Activities
    India is wedded to the concept of rule of law. State power is divided amongst the three chief organs, the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary. The role and responsibility of each has been properly defined. It is the Government of India in the Ministry  of  Home Affairs...
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  • Afsp, Act
    Movement of Human Rights v. Union of India Its been 53 years since the implementation of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958, yet the northeast is still subservient to the said Act. Despite its removal from Punjab and J & K, Central Government of India is yet to be deliberated and decided...
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  • Introduction to Socio Economic Polity
    Bhabani Sankar B.Singh Daringbadi, Kandhamal Odisha, India Pin-762104 A few words from me......... Bhabani Sankar B.Singh ( MA BJ ) Being a student...
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  • Domestic Vioence
    2005 INTRODUCTION--- The phenomenon of domestic violence remains one of the most prevalent yet largely invisiblised forms of violence in the public domain. It is a manifestation of inequality within the home. For long,Women have been treated as child bearing machines, and if I may, then preferably...
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  • Ddds
    What is known today as the CBI was originally set up as the Special Police Establishment (SPE) in 1941 to investigate cases of bribery and corruption involving the employees of the War and Supply Depart­ment of the Government of India during the Second World War. Even after the war was over, the need...
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  • Harrassment of Womnen in the Area
    Sexual Harassment at the Workplace Emerging Problems and Debates Sexual harassment is rooted in cultural practices and is exacerbated by power relations at the workplace. Unless there is enough emphasis on sensitisation at the workplace, legal changes are hardly likely to be successful. Workplaces...
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  • Indian Companies in Africa
    INDIA CENTRE RIGHT PARTY CHIEFS TO ATTEND THATCHER FUNERAL NEW DELHI: The head's of India's two main centre right parties, the IPF & the BJP , are to attend the funeral of Former British Prime Minster Margaret Thatcher. Both these parties have collectively governed India since 1977. The BJP broke...
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  • women police face problem
     RESEARCH DESIGN ON How women police are affected by gender related issue as a part of male oriented job Subject: Research Methodology – I Submitted to: Dr. Lalitha Kamath 2ND SEPTEMBER, 2013 ...
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  • Maternity Benefits Act
    Human Rights and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.Be it enacted by the parliament in the forty-fourth year of the Republic of India as follows- Chapter I | PRELIMINARY | Chapter II | THE NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION | Chapter III | FUNCTIONS AND POWERS OF THE COMMISSION | ...
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  • Trafficking
    Plan of Action to Prevent and End Trafficking in Women and Children in India Trafficking in women and children, both male and female, is a grave violation of several human rights. Given the existing trafficking scenario in India and as a follow-up of a recommendation made by the Asia Pacific Forum...
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  • Crisis Management - Case Study
    Shekhar Centre for Strategic Analysis & Research Deptt. of Electronics & Communication Dr. M. C. Saxena college of Engg. & Technology, UPTU, Lucknow, India E-mail: manisha.shekhar123@gmail.com Tel: +91-0522-4095700; Fax: +91-0522-4095730 Abstract This paper examined the Indian government intervention in...
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  • The Year of the Law
    http://www.indianexpress.com/news/the-year-of-law/1052590/0 Sign In / Register Follow @indianexpress Like 97k Key Words NEWS Channels INDIA | WORLD | BUSINESS | CITIES | SPORTS | SHOWBIZ | LIFESTYLE | COLUMNS | TECHNOLOGY | VIDEOS | PHOTOS | ARCHIVE ...
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