• Safety and Security of Women in India
    Safety And Security Of Women In India 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Important Instructions to the candidates    The candidates who are fully satisfied with the allotment can pay the fees through epayment  and... Premium • Women Safety n Security Supported by: How can Indian cities be made...
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  • United Nations
    United Nations in India United Nations in the India is led by the UN Resident Coordinator, Mr. Patrice Coeur-Bizot, who is the designated representative of the UN Secretary General and leader of the UN Country Team. The UN Country Team, which consists of Heads of UN Agencies, steers the work of...
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  • Sewa
    movement and the women’s movement. But it is also a movement of self-employed workers : their own, home-grown movement with women as the leaders. Through their own movement women become strong and visible. Their tremendous economic and social contributions become recognised With globalization, liberalization...
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  • Microfinance
    Self-Help Groups: A Keystone of Microfinance in India - Women empowerment & social security October 2005 CS Reddy, APMAS CEO Sandeep Manak, APMAS Intern Mahila Abhivruddhi Society, Andhra Pradesh (APMAS) Plot No. 20, Raju & Rao Colony Road No. 2, Banjara Hills Hyderabad – 500 034 Phone: 91-40-23547952...
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    In India, the UNDP Resident Representative is also the UN Resident Coordinator (UNRC) representing the UN system in India. As the chair of the UN Country Team (a team comprising the heads of UN agencies), the Resident Coordinator provides overall leadership for the United Nations strategic initiatives...
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  • India
    Struggling to Address the Dynamics of a Globalizing Economy Elizabeth Hill University of Sydney, Australia Abstract: The industrial relations system in India has been under pressure for decades and new problems are emerging as the country becomes more integrated into the global economy. The main architecture...
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  • Food Security
    OF FOOD INSECURITY IN RURAL INDIA M S Swaminathan Research Foundation Centre for Research on Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development World Food Programme The Food Aid Organization of the United Nations REPORT ON THE STATE OF FOOD INSECURITY IN RURAL INDIA Research Team Prof V B Athreya...
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    for women security in India Against The status of Women in India, both historically and socially has been one of the respect and reverence. The Constitution of India not only grants equality to Women but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of Women for neutralising...
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  • Insourcing and Outsourcing of Companies
    1-800-India Nations economic growths have rapidly emerged over the past decades. India is the leader in most global markets due to outsourcing white collar jobs. Workers in other countries like India do many different things such as tutoring, checking baggage, and x-rays for cheaper prices...
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  • Consultation About Woman Security
    Recently, The Cultural Academy for Peace in Kerala, India held a conference where women's security and rehabilitation was discussed. Violence against women and how men escape punishment for discriminatory behaviour were some of the subjects that was handled by the academy and the audience. At the end...
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  • Violence on Women
    against women and security Violence against women is not a new phenomenon. Women have to bear the burns of domestic, public, physical as well as emotional and mental violence against them, which affects her status in the society at the larger extent. The statistics of increasing crimes against women is shocking...
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  • Human rights and the violation of human rights in india
    Human rights and the violation of human rights in india Human Rights in India Human rights and the violation of human rights is an important area of concern in India. This essay will talk about some of the human rights that are being violated in India, the reasons they are violated, and how the problem...
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  • Human Rights and Food Security of Vulnerable Group
    Human Rights and Food Security of Vulnerable Groups- By Neha Bareth and Sumitra Kumari, B.ALL.B (ivYear) “Hunger is the characteristic of some people not having enough to eat. It is not the feature of there being not enough to eat. While the latter can be cause of the former, it is but of many possible...
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  • Distribution System
    system in India represents a direct intervention by the government in the food market. It involves subsidised distribution of limited quantities of essential goods such as cereals, sugar, edible oils, etc. Distribution of cereals assumes great importance as it is supposed to provide food security to the...
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  • Migrant Labourers
    Labour Rights and Labour Standards for Migrant Labour in India Dr. W.N. SALVE Email-wnsalve@yahoo.co.in Sonika Park Apartment - 11, Shripadnagar, Ichalkaranji. District: Kolhapur State: - Maharashtra Pin Code: - 416 115 INDIA Introduction: With the advent of industrial revolution in Europe, in the...
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  • Indias History
    india 2. Summary of the Main Trends/Issues of Ageing in the Nation A. Health/Medical Care The Primary Health Centres set up in India are not as yet fully equipped with the necessary infrastructure and personnel trained to attend to the geriatric needs of the elderly. Global Aging Report 75 B...
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  • Labor Economics India
    2013 Women & India’s Labor Market India’s current population: Currently there are over 1,219,300,00 people living in India, which makes it the second most populous country in the world, following China. Women are 48.5% of the general population of India. In Daman & Diu, women are 38.2%...
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  • Ageing
    AGEING IN INDIA prepared for WHO by Dr Indira Jai Prakash Professor of Psychology Bangalore University, Bangalore, India WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION GENEVA 1999 This document is not a formal publication of the World Health Organization (WHO) And all rights are reserved by the Organization. The...
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  • Comparative Study of Sme Financing Services Provided by Nationalised and Private Sector Bank
    category ] in the previous qualifying examination. | v | Should have secured admission to a higher education course in recognized institutions in India or Abroad through Entrance test / Merit based selection process after completion of HSC [10 plus2 or equivalent]." | v | Person already in gainful...
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  • Research Work
    Indian labour law refers to laws regulating employment in India. There are over fifty national laws and many more state-level laws. Traditionally Indian governments at federal and state level have sought to ensure a high degree of protection for workers. So for instance, a permanent worker can be...
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