Globalization and Employment

  Prakash Yedhula    26 December 2008 at 14:01

 Globalization and Income Distribution: From the Lecture “Globalization and Employment” by Jeffrey Sachs, Geneva, March 1996 First, I would like to reiterate my belief that globalization will lead to higher overall growth rates for almost all economi

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UNDUE DELAY IN SETTING UP OF CIRCUIT BENCH OF TAMIL NADU STATE CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL COMMISSION AT MADURAI BY THE DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND CONSUMER PROTECTION, GOVERNMENT OF TAMIL NADU The Consumer Protection Act – 1986 was enact

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FUNCTIONING OF CONSUMER FORUMS

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    25 December 2008 at 22:46

UTTER CHAOS AND CONFUSION PREVAILING IN THE STATE OF AFFAIRS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER PROTECTION CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL MECHANISM COMES TO GRINDING HALT IN THE STATE OF TAMIL NADU HIGH COURT ORDER DISOBEYED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER

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 The existence is outcome of continuous process of Struggle. A baby is outcome of fight amongst hundreds of thousands of brother sperms in penetrating one ovum. In ancient days man struggled against the nature in order to survive. Changing time witne

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FUNCTIONING OF CONSUMER FORUMS

  M. PIRAVI PERUMAL    23 December 2008 at 20:29

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COPYRIGHT - “ PROTECT WHAT YOU CREATED ” Vibha Sahay INTRODUCTION The word copyright derives from the expression copy of words, first used in this context in 1586. The word copy alone probably dates from 1485 and was used to connote m

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Reflections on Mumbai terror

  Prakash Yedhula    23 December 2008 at 10:02

Reflections on Mumbai terrorSoli SorabjeeOne salutary outcome of the terrorist attacks in Mumbai has been the enactment of much belated, tough anti-terror legislation which is sorely needed because extraordinary times require extraordinary laws. The

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A case of lawyers lowering the bar

  Prakash Yedhula    22 December 2008 at 23:34

Journalism happens to be the only profession mentioned in the American constitution, as it forbids “abridging the freedom of speech or of the press.” India’s constitution, too, mentions only one profession — and that happens

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CAREER AFTER GRADUATION

  AEJAZ AHMED    22 December 2008 at 23:20

CAREER AFTER GRADUATION CURRENT TRENDS IN INDIA Graduation is a watershed in one’s career as rest of the professional life of an individual is guided by what career he/she chooses after graduation. Though a lot depends

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EDUCATION IS NOW A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT NOW

  AEJAZ AHMED    21 December 2008 at 23:53

EDUCATION IS NOW A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHT NOW The Right to Education Bill is the legislation to notify the 86th Constitutional amendment, which gives every child between the age of 6 and 14 years the right to free and compulsory education. It was passed

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NO MORE SUITS AGAINST MUSIC SWAPPERS

  AEJAZ AHMED    21 December 2008 at 21:06

NO MORE SUITS AGAINST MUSIC SWAPPERSLOS ANGELES (Dec. 19) -The group representing the U.S. recording industry said Friday it has abandoned its policy of suing people for sharing songs protected by copyright and will work with Internet service provide

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NO MORE SUITS AGAINST MUSIC SWAPPERS

  AEJAZ AHMED    20 December 2008 at 13:29

NO MORE SUITS AGAINST MUSIC SWAPPERSLOS ANGELES (Dec. 19) -The group representing the U.S. recording industry said Friday it has abandoned its policy of suing people for sharing songs protected by copyright and will work with Internet service provide

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INDIA SEEKS TO SOOTHE PUBLIC WITH NEW TERROR LAW NEW DELHI (Reuters) – The Indian government will rush a new law through parliament on Thursday that will allow police to hold suspects for up to 180 days, a move legal officials said is an attemp

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A ministry for men is needed: Activists

  ROHAN    18 December 2008 at 21:19

MEN’S RIGHTS activists want domestic violence laws to be gender-neutral. Armed with statistics of high suicide rate among men, their wish list includes a ministry for men’s welfare, a national commission for men and a review of the anti-d

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COMPETITION LAW & CARTELIZATION

  AEJAZ AHMED    18 December 2008 at 21:19

COMPETITION LAW & CARTELIZATIONBY: Sowmya Suman People, who combine together, to keep up prices, do not shout it from the housetops. They keep it quiet. They make their own arrangements in the cellar where no one can see. They will not put anyth

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Special panel to investigate CAB’s IPL fiasco BY: Nadim Siraj With no end in sight to the CAB’s ongoing controversy over the IPL accounts, the entire case has now been handed over to a special panel of legal eagles that is expected to so

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COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT OF A WEBSITE

  Suwarn Rajan    18 December 2008 at 21:19

COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT OF A WEBSITEBy Suwarn Rajan, Advocate & Patent Agent, Managing Partner, CARE INT

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THE JOB OF A DIVORCE ATTORNEY

  AEJAZ AHMED    18 December 2008 at 21:19

Marriage is a very solemn and serious chapter on any person's life. However, due to personal reasons, a couple may decide to call everything off and file a divorce. Divorce, or dissolution, as it is increasingly becoming known, is a process that lega

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THE INITIAL STEP SEEK LEGAL ADVICE

  AEJAZ AHMED    18 December 2008 at 21:19

THE INITIAL STEP SEEK LEGAL ADVICE Seeking for legal advice is the first step that one must take if he’s been involved in personal injury cases such as car accident, auto accident, slip fall injury, and many

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Regulators adopt new credit card rules

  AEJAZ AHMED    18 December 2008 at 21:19

Regulators adopt new credit card rulesBy MARCY GORDON, Ap Business Writer – 24 mins ago WASHINGTON – Federal regulators on Thursday adopted sweeping new rules for the credit card industry that will shield consumers from increases in

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