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Weight Loss: Best Foods and Drinks to Curb your Appetite

Working towards losing weight can be a challenge, and one of the most important considerations is your diet plan. Watching what you eat is an essential factor. When looking at your diet plan, there are two significant factors to consider. You need foods that will not add to your fat content as well as foods that will curb your appetite so that you do not eat more than is necessary.  Continue reading “Weight Loss: Best Foods and Drinks to Curb your Appetite”

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Consentia on Multidisciplinary Research : Part III

Multi- (or pluri-) and interdisciplinary research are often used interchangeably , but originally they referred to different approaches. When experts from different fields work together on a common subject within the boundaries of their own discipline, they are said to adopt a multidisciplinary approach. However, if they stick to these boundaries they may reach a point where the project cannot progress any further. They will then have to bring themselves to the fringes of their own fields to form new concepts and ideas–and create a whole new, interdisciplinary field. A transdisciplinary team is an interdisciplinary team whose members have developed sufficient trust and mutual confidence to transcend disciplinary boundaries and adopt a more holistic approach. Continue reading “Consentia on Multidisciplinary Research : Part III”

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

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

ABSTRACT

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”

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AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON DISHONOUR OF CHEQUES: RECENT CASE LAWS

INTRODUCTION

Advent of cheques in the market have given a new dimension to the commercial and corporate world, its time when people have preferred to carry and execute a small piece of paper called cheque than carrying the currency worth the value of cheque. Continue reading “AN ANALYTICAL STUDY ON DISHONOUR OF CHEQUES: RECENT CASE LAWS”

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VALUE ADDED TAX SYSTEM IN INDIA- FEATURES AND LACUNAE

INTRODUCTION

Value added tax (VAT) is a type of indirect tax that is imposed on goods and services. Sometimes, when the government operates on a budget surplus or wants to increase its revenue in order to finance its budget deficit. A question that arises is whether value added tax has been a boon or misery for a developing country like India. Continue reading “VALUE ADDED TAX SYSTEM IN INDIA- FEATURES AND LACUNAE”

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ACQUISITION OF LAND FOR COMPANIES – A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE PROVISIONS OF RFCTLARR ACT, 2013 AND LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894

OVERVIEW OF LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894 GERMANE TO ACQUISITION OF LAND BY COMPANIES.

One of the most debatable issues under the Land acquisition Act 1894 is interpretation of ‘public purpose’ around which disputes concerning acquisition revolve. Private companies acquire land for infrastructure, power, residential or such similar projects and the notification under sections 4 and 6 of the Act are challenged on the ground that land is being taken over for private Continue reading “ACQUISITION OF LAND FOR COMPANIES – A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE PROVISIONS OF RFCTLARR ACT, 2013 AND LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894”

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Paradoxical Relationship: Intellectual Property Rights and the Competition Policy

Intellectual property can be best termed to be the creative work of the human intellect and its extrapolations. The driving force for its protection is to promote the progress of science and technology, arts, literature and other creative works and to encourage and reward creativity. Continue reading “Paradoxical Relationship: Intellectual Property Rights and the Competition Policy”

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Working the Night Shift Disrupts Brain Clock

It is already known that working the graveyard shift can negatively impact health, and the body of evidence continues to grow. Now, researchers have shown that forced nocturnalism may affect the brains’ internal clock in a way that’s similar to Alzheimer’s disease. Continue reading “Working the Night Shift Disrupts Brain Clock”