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AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN INDIA: AN ANYLYSIS UNDER THE RULE OF LAW

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Affirmative action[1] and discriminatory measures are complex and controversial issues. The purpose of affirmative action is to speed up the establishment of a representative and unprejudiced workforce in addition to assist those who were in the past deprived by unfair discrimination to fulfill their highest potential.[2] The term itself invokes emotions that range from fear and rage to satisfaction[3]. Affirmative action has encouraged an ongoing debate regarding the legal, moral and economic questions arising from the preferential treatment of certain groups of people in society.[4]  Underlying this debate are various concerns about the notion of reverse discrimination or unfairly disadvantaging individuals who bear no responsibility for past or present discrimination practiced by others. Continue reading “AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN INDIA: AN ANYLYSIS UNDER THE RULE OF LAW”

Consentia on Multidisciplinary Research

BLISS OF RIGHT TO FOOD OR GRIEF OF MALNUTRITION– A STUDY OF MELGHAT REGION IN MAHARASHTRA | ISSN No: 2347-9922

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The surplus of society can be judge by the position of the child and woman. Child is considered to the pillar of nation.Malnutrition is a by word in the forested hills of the Melghat region inhabited mostly by Korku Adivasis. Every year 400-500 children between the ages of 0 and 6 die in the region, comprising Chikhaldhara and Dharni taluks, according to official figures from 2005. Melghat tiger reserve is located in Amravati district in Central India. It is 25 km from Chikaldhara Continue reading “BLISS OF RIGHT TO FOOD OR GRIEF OF MALNUTRITION– A STUDY OF MELGHAT REGION IN MAHARASHTRA | ISSN No: 2347-9922”

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ANTIPHON OF LAW WITH USE OF EXPLOSIVE SUBSTANCES IN INDIAN PARLANCE | ISSN: 2347-9922

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The Election Commission of India is an independent constitutional body which is introduced by Constitution itself. How far it is true in real practice is a matter of serious concern. Recently, by the efforts of Union people of Civil Liberties, right to reject beg to the Indians but as the same way the authenticity of the machine for voting is need to testify. In fact, is the NATO serves Continue reading “ANTIPHON OF LAW WITH USE OF EXPLOSIVE SUBSTANCES IN INDIAN PARLANCE | ISSN: 2347-9922”

Consentia on Multidisciplinary Research

MILITARY, INTELLIGENCE, POLICE LAW ANS ORDER INSIDE SECURITY AND SECURITY OF BORDER – AN INDIAN SCENARIO | ISSN No: 2347-9922

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Now A days the security of nation is at the high alarming position. The security includes the internal security and external security of Nations. No one is ready to realize the sense of insecurity and destruction of civilised structure of the society. The terrorism, naxalism, political consumerism leads the society toward the sense of insecurity. No doubt the burden to protect the individual’s life’s automatically shifted toward the military, police and other significant intelligence agencies attain great attention with new challenges. In the present research paper the researcher mostly focus on the role of these above agencies in detecting, investigating and dealing with the criminality and impediments in the way thereof. Generally it is speaking that, every problem rooted in to the causes of that problem. So in order to curb the problem of internal and external security of Nation the researcher has tried to reach to the problem and accordingly end with certain suggestions. Continue reading “MILITARY, INTELLIGENCE, POLICE LAW ANS ORDER INSIDE SECURITY AND SECURITY OF BORDER – AN INDIAN SCENARIO | ISSN No: 2347-9922”

Consentia on International Law and Constitutional Law, Consentia on Law

Critical Analysis of Right to Forget – A New Horizon of Right to Privacy and Victimology | ISSN No: 2347-9922

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            The World is the full of information. Information gives identity to individual. Individual connected with World through information. All that is happened, happening and will going to happen becomes a part of information. Being a part of civilization, a man has very keenly taken a note of everything.  Either it may be by way of history, arts science, law, transport, medical, singing, dance, sports, service, finance, criminology and all ‘logis including information technology. Continue reading “Critical Analysis of Right to Forget – A New Horizon of Right to Privacy and Victimology | ISSN No: 2347-9922”

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Singapore celebrates Diwali with this beautiful themed train!

Festivals bring people together, and keeping that spirit alive, the transport authority in Singapore has joined in on the Diwali celebrations in a unique way. This year, Singapore’s famous Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) launched its first Diwali-themed train on October 15. In a series of pictures that were shared on the Land Transport Authority’s (LTA) Facebook page, one can see the decked up coaches with rangolis, diyas, festoons and the works. Continue reading “Singapore celebrates Diwali with this beautiful themed train!”

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Watch: This prosthetic cane leg is changing lives; here’s why

India’s fabulous performance at the paralympic games in Rio earlier this year is not only a cause for a lot of pride but the effort put in by the para-athletes has just proven – yet again – how those with physical challenges are much stronger and more capable than those of us who are fortunate to have all our limbs intact. Continue reading “Watch: This prosthetic cane leg is changing lives; here’s why”

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13 Herbs and Spices Scientifically Proven to Help You Lose Weight

If your idea of the perfect weight loss meal is plain chicken or fish with a salad and brown rice, then you’re missing out on some major ingredients shown by reams of research to help the body burn fat: herbs and spices. Continue reading “13 Herbs and Spices Scientifically Proven to Help You Lose Weight”

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Kerala politicians beat street dogs to death. #Incredible India #Humanity

Protesting against Maneka Gandhi’s compassion towards rising stray dogs, protesters leave dead dogs at post office.

Playing to public sentiment against stray dogs in Kerala, members of the Youth Front (Mani) on Monday killed around 10 stray dogs to protest against the menace. Continue reading “Kerala politicians beat street dogs to death. #Incredible India #Humanity”

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Happy news as world’s saddest bear to find a new home in UK

According to the Animal Asia release, the Yorkshire Wildlife Park’s ‘Project Polar’ is “a specially created habitat for polar bears.

Continue reading “Happy news as world’s saddest bear to find a new home in UK”