Corruption equals terrorism

  G. ARAVINTHAN    05 December 2008 at 11:09

INDIA HAS always had a parallel economy that has been patronised by politicians, a large section of small traders — those who have perfected the art of staying out of the tax net &m

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India must build irrefutable case

  G. ARAVINTHAN    05 December 2008 at 11:09

The backdrop in which Pakistan’s President Asif Ali Zardari assumed office — the fierce anti-military mobilisation in that country, and his wife Benazir Bhutto’s assassination by terrorists for which many blamed the establishment &m

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2 women raped every hour

  G. ARAVINTHAN    02 December 2008 at 21:48

Every 60 minutes, two women are raped in this country. What is more horrendous is that 133 elderly women were sexually assaulted last year, according to the latest report prepared by the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB). A total of 20,737 cases

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No Time to waste

  G. ARAVINTHAN    02 December 2008 at 21:48

Mumbai has been cleared of terrorists. And things will gradually return to normal. But let us face facts. The terrorists achieved their objective: Mumbai was held to ransom for three days, fear spread among the city’s residents, the economy was

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Mumbai Attack-Time to Action

  Tribhuwan Pandey    01 December 2008 at 22:32

This is very unfortunate we the native since last four decades are facing hostilities, bomb blast and firing. Many innocent civilians have become the victims of this contemptible acts. Since the day of independence India has been facing the proble

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Mumbai Attack-Time to Action

  Tribhuwan Pandey    01 December 2008 at 22:32

This is very unfortunate we the native since last four decades are facing hostilities, bomb blast and firing. Many innocent civilians have become the victims of this contemptible acts. Since the day of independence India has been facing the proble

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AN OPEN LETTER TO THE HON’BLE FINANCE MINISTER, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, NEW DELHI FOR HIS PERUSAL AND IMMEDIATE INTERVENTION. Respected Sir I am an Advocate, practising in Chennai, mainly on Indirect Issues. I wish to bring it to your knowled

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THE ETHICS OF DNA PATENTING

  Rajendran Nallusamy    28 November 2008 at 23:26

The Ethics Of Dna PatentingAnurag Dwivedik Austubh AnshurajIntroduction The Study Of Biology Was Radically Transformed By The Discovery Of The Double Helical Structure Of Dna, Which Is The Genetic Material Of Living Organisms . Since Then, Scientists

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A WIN WIN FIGHT FOR CENVAT CREDIT

  K.Prakash Babu    26 November 2008 at 14:13

By K.Prakash Babu, Advocate The Honourable Supreme Court has pronounced its decision in the case of M/S. Sandur Micro Circuits VS Commissioner of Central Excise, Belgaum vide citation No:2008 (229) ELT 0641 (SC) that “5. The issue relatin

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Manufacture of Intermediary goods and using in Exempted Final Product.Many manufacturing industries manufacture some intermediary goods for use in their final products which they ultimately sell to the desirous customers which can be on

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Who’s to blame? Law or enforcement

  G. ARAVINTHAN    26 November 2008 at 10:54

The existing provisions of the Indian Penal Code and the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act are more than enough to handle paedophile cases, feel advocates and activists. “We have ample laws but no fool-proof enforcement

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Life in Afghanistan

  G. ARAVINTHAN    25 November 2008 at 23:19

Afghanistan continues to struggle to find stability as the increasing Taleban insurgency and refugee problems cast a shadow on advances in education and the economy.Here are some of the facts and figures about the people, economy, health, education a

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The more things change, the more they remain the same. Many things have changed in the global economy: rapid movement of large amounts of capital, significantly expanded trade in goods and services, and also more cross-border movement of people, espe

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I do not believe in a personal God. I believe in Dhamma, the law of nature and destiny. As Buddha has said, there is a chain of conditioned arising from a relationship between cause and effect.The national emblem of our country has the Ashoka Chakra.

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Land acquisition for industrial purpose

  G. ARAVINTHAN    22 November 2008 at 14:44

The law's objective is to help the people. But more often than not, legalities of end up confusing the public rather than help them. NR Chandran demystifies the Land Acquisition Act The Land Acquisition Act has been enacted to provide for compens

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The Delhi Rent Control Act, 1958 (hereinafter referred to as DRCA) is applicable to all premises let out on a monthly rent of Rs 3500 or less in Delhi. A tenant may sometimes feel that he is paying more than what the reasonable rent should be. On th

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A BIG LOSS

  anoop kumar    21 November 2008 at 19:13

Ratan Tata would never have thought about such fate of his dream project – the world’s cheapest car – Nano. The second half of this year will not let him celebrate the coming year. The journey of his project seems to be full of ma

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How To Discipline Judges

  G. ARAVINTHAN    21 November 2008 at 13:11

The Union cabinet is reported to have decided to introduce a new version of the Judges (Inquiry) Amendment Bill. The 2008 Bill is believed to provide for establishing a National Judicial Council to inquire into allegations of “misbehaviour&rdqu

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Export Promotion Schemes

  robin    21 November 2008 at 09:20

Exports form an integral part of a country’s economy. Apart from earning foreign exchange, they also provide direct impetus to the domestic economy by generating employment and thereby calling for further production domestically. In view of t

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LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERHIP

  varun juneja    20 November 2008 at 09:52

LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP Varun Juneja[*] Limited liability partnership (here after LLP) concept was introduced

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