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Salient features of Railway Budget 2015-2016----------mind triggering - 26-Feb-2015
Salient Features of Railway Budget 2015-2016 This is the second budget by NDA led government. Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has presented his maiden budget on railways on February 26, 2015. Eye-catching points announced were as follows: 1) There is no increase in passenger rail f read more
CRIME DOES NOT PAY: Subrata Roy: Highlights of the Sahara-SEBI story - 16-Oct-2014
In 2010, Roshan Lal, a chartered accountant based out of Indore, sent a letter requesting the National Housing Bank (NHB) to investigate housing bonds issued by Sahara India Real Estate Corporation (SIREC) and Sahara Housing Investment Corporation (SHIC). The letter was forwarded to the market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of In read more
Kerala Department of Mining and Geology Notification No: 11118/M3/2013 (30-Jul-2014) Authorising Sr. Geologist/Geologist of the District Offices to issue quarrying permit for quantity not exceeding 10,000 MT
DEPARTMENT OF MINING AND GEOLOGY NOTIFICATION No. 11118/M3/2013. Dated, Thiruvanantliapuram. 30th July. 2014 In exercise of the powers conferred by Rule 62 of the Kerala Minor Mineral Concession Rules, 1967 and in my capacity as the 'competent authori read more
BRICS 2014 - 25-Jul-2014
BRICS 2014 Development This is about Brazil, Russia, India, and China as large emerging markets. For the political organization that also includes South Africa, see BRICS. BRIC is used to talk about the countries of Brazil, Russia, India and China. Many economists think read more
COMMUTATION OF DEATH PENALTY 25-Jul-2014
India Retains Capital Punishment For Serious Offences. The Supreme Court Of India Ruled In 1983 That The Death Penalty Should Be Imposed Only In "The Rarest Of Rare Cases." From The Constitution Point of View Article 21 Of The Constitution Of India, No Person Can Be Deprives Of His Personal Life And Liberty Except According To The Procedure Esta read more
FEMALE FOETICIDE IN INDIA. 25-Jul-2014
Female Foeticide is the act of aborting a foetus because it is female. The frequency of female foeticide is indirectly estimated from the observed high birth sex ratio that is the ratio of boys to girls at birth. High birth sex ratio and implied female foeticide is an issue that is not unique to India. India is one of the severa read more
Highlights of Finance Budget 2014-2015 Presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley - 10-Jul-2014
1. Expenditure Management Commission will be constituted to look at expenditure reforms. 2. Minimum government, maximum governance. 3. Overall subsidy regime will be reviewed, especially food and oil. Marginalised sections and SC/ST to be protected. 4. New urea policy will b read more
Our Rights our Responsibilities: Consumer Law.
India is one of the democratic countries in the world and it is fortunate to live in India to enjoy democracy. As a democracy nation, India has set rules to make living easier and to resolve any occurrence if happens. In this way, India has consumer rights for the safety and security. In this business world it is believed that 'Customer i read more
CRIME DOES NOT PAY: Subrata Roy: Highlights of the Sahara-SEBI story
In 2010, Roshan Lal, a chartered accountant based out of Indore, sent a letter requesting the National Housing Bank (NHB) to investigate housing bonds issued by Sahara India Real Estate Corporation (SIREC) and Sahara Housing Investment Corporation (SHIC). The letter was forwarded to the market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of In read more
Fate of a Mumbai Based Lawyer: Pallavi Purukayastha
It has been almost 2years from the day when a Mumbai based lawyer, Pallavi Purukayastha was brutally murdered in her apartment. The 25year old was murdered by the security guard of her building, Sajjad Ahmed Mughal. She was murdered in her very own apartment where she lived, 16th floor of the Himalayan Heights. The accused is said to be original read more
Sex Education in India - 27-Jun-2014
Sex education is an important part of education. Throughout the world it is being recognized as an important part of the curriculum. While Primary Education is a basic enabling factor for participation and freedom, for trading a life with dignity and overcoming basic deprivation, secondary education is the gateway for prosperity, for transformin read more
Reservation Policy is a never ending malady! - 26-Jun-2014
A country as diverse as India was always bound to have issues based on Caste/creed/sex/religion discrimination. The country has fallen prey to the division created by the Political Business Houses who which have unnecessarily extended the policy which should have long back been withdrawn. Reservation is a social evil as it has been favoring a ce read more
Reservation Policy is a never ending malady! - 26-Jun-2014
A country as diverse as India was always bound to have issues based on Caste/creed/sex/religion discrimination. The country has fallen prey to the division created by the Political Business Houses who which have unnecessarily extended the policy which should have long back been withdrawn. Reservation is a social evil as it has been favoring a ce read more
Types of Banking in India - 23-Jun-2014
Banking Regulation Act of India, 1949 defines Banking as "accepting, for the purpose of lending or investment of deposits of money from the public, repayable on demand or otherwise and withdrawable by cheques, draft, order or otherwise." The Indian banking industry has its foundations in the 18th century, and has had a varied evolutionary read more
Indian Vote Bank Politics- Amidst myths and mundane! - 17-Jun-2014
The Indian politics is one of its kinds. It has been since its very beginning distinctive from political practices anywhere in the world. While there is no denial of the fact that politics and political parties across the world resolve to measure which benefit them, the Indian politics takes an even uglier turn when it subjects the masses to 'Vo read more
Fate of Campa Cola residents is Sate's responsibility: Shanti Bhushan - 13-Jun-2014
The S.C judgment on the illegally constructed Campa Cola flats in 2013 may have indicated a that the law is to be respected, however the matter is of greater importance now as it raises many constitutional questions too. Saying that the fate of the residents is the State's responsibility now Shanti Bhushan said "It appears from a reading read more
The Malady of Child Labour - 12-Jun-2014
"There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children." ~Nelson Mandela Child Labour is one of the most violated Human rights across the world. Inspite of Child Labour protection Laws in India, grinding poverty still needs to be curbed with greater force. Owing to widespread poverty in read more
Stockholm Declaration: Impact on India - 06-Jun-2014
The Declaration of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment, or Stockholm Declaration, was adopted June 16, 1972 at the 21st plenary meeting as the first document in international environmental law to recognize the right to a healthy environment. The conference commenced on 5th of June 1972 and since then this day is cel read more
Taj Trapezium Zone, by official researcher, legalpundits - 05-Jun-2014
Agra, the city of Taj mahal, is a global tourist destination, and offers huge potential for developing a strong and broad-based tourism-centric city economy. The city is behest with the problems that vague any average city except that it has attracted attention and aroused concerns regarding the environmental pressures on Tj Mahal and other hist read more
Environmental issues in Orissa, role of POSCO and Vedanta - 05-Jun-2014
Environment protection has increasingly become one of the most important issues in past few decades. Reckless destruction of forests and flora and fauna, mining operations and establishment of industries in the ecologically sensitive areas, and the repercussions that mankind will have to bear in the near future have acquired considerable signifi read more
Doon Valley: Environment Protection - 05-Jun-2014
Doon valley is surrounded by Himalayan range one one side and dense forests on the other side and has a lot of greenery. The magnificent and beautiful Doon Valley lies in midst of Musoorie Hills and is capable of making any one spell bound. The rivers which flow from the Himalayas are all perennial rivers and are the source of water for many sta read more
Dams and Development - 05-Jun-2014
Building of dams has been extremely important to development of nations. There was a reason why the learned men who were the founding fathers of India and also, took charge of several ministries when the first sovereign government was formed sought to include the construction of the dams in the first five year plans. The following Irrigation pro read more
Need for Tiger Conservation - 05-Jun-2014
Tigers once ranged widely across Asia; unfortunately, today they have lost 93% of their range in the past 100 years. In the decade from 1997 to 2007, the estimated area known to be occupied by tigers has declined by 41%. Featured prominently in Indian folklores and mythology, the once severed largest cat species has lost itself to the human avar read more
Technology and Sustainable Development - 02-Jun-2014
What is sustainable development? The term sustainable development rose to significance after it was used by the Brundtland Commission in its 1987 report Our Common Future. In the report, the commission coined what has become the most often-quoted definition of sustainable development: "development that meets the needs of the pres read more
The Tiger and Its Threats - by Official Researcher Legal Pundits 30-May-2014
Till recent times habitat loss was thought to be the single most threat to the future of wild tigers in India. It has now been established that there is also trade in tiger bones, destined for use in Oriental medicine outside India's borders, which poses an even larger threat. Demand Consumer demand for tiger parts read more
Uttarakhand Massacre- Man How Responsible- by Official Researcher Legal Pundits - 30-May-2014
Due to the fragile nature of the Himalayan range, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh, two states in the Himalayan range, have so far been worst affected by the monsoons that struck northern India in 2013. Nearly 70 persons have died in Uttarakhand, and an estimated 60,000 pilgrims were stranded. The heavy rains took a toll on the states owing to t read more
Manish Sabharwal to new Prime Minister on employment reforms- by Official Researcher Legal Pundits 29-May-2014
Manish Sabharwal is known to be India's formidable recruiter and why should not he be, considering that the company he has built has hired one person every five minutes for the past five years. He believes himself to be a promoter of labour reforms than a business owner, and he has all the reasons to believe that. His say on his company- "As a c read more
Is educational qualification necessary for political competence?- by Official Researcher Legal Pundits - 29-May-2014
Educational qualification necessary for political competence? A recent attack by the Congress party on the BJP minister Smriti Irani questioning her educational qualification left her hanging in the midst of Cong-BJP rivalry. Congress leader Ajay Mekan tweeted 'What a Cabinet of Modi? HRD Minister (Looking after Education) Smriti Irani is read more
Another hike on Alcohol for Maharashtrians - By Official Researcher, Legal Pundits (07-Apr-2014)
According to sources from Maharashtra State Excise department, the government has recently reviewed the licence fee of all permit rooms and wine shops and has increased it by almost 50 per cent. The fee has not been increased for the last three years. As per policy, it is mandatory to hike the fee by 10 per cent every year. Arvind Shetty read more
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