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Legal Profession: Search for Fresh Moorings
Prof (Dr) N R Madhava Menon
Over 80,000 law graduates pass out every year from the country's 965 law schools. Though the majority of them enroll with different Bar Councils, not even half that number take up litigation in courts.
The M/s. Daiichi Sankyo Company Ltd. v Jayaram Chigurupati & Ors case: A critique
Prasanth V G
Not more than half a dozen reported decisions from the Supreme Court of India have been on the Takeover Code.
Vodafone Tax case - A Case Study for Investments in India
Madhu S
India Inc has been surging ahead audaciously with the support of its Information Technology developments with its repertoire of resources.
Health Infrastructure in India
D Dhanuraj
Lack of infrastructure development in housing, waste management, slum rehabilitation, and drinking water has had a definite impact on the overall health index of cities.
Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Indian economy
Gincy Susan Jose
India is one of the most populated countries in the world, and it is estimated that about 2.27 million people currently live with HIV/AIDS in the country.
Pil'L'ing on to Life
Sukanya Garg
According to the International Consortium for Emergency Contraception, 80 million unplanned pregnancies occur annually and 19 million women suffer from unsafe abortions.
LPO: Promises and Concerns
Sumy Baby
LPO is not just hype, but a sure reality. There are around 140 firms in India that are currently engaged in this business. It's a game-changer of the highest order.
Rules on E-waste Management: An Analysis
Bernard Galea
E-waste, or electronic waste, as its name suggests, comprises mainly of discarded electronic products. A major problem lies it its disposal.
Eco Tax and the Indian Scenario
Gincy Susan Jose
Increasing population growth in the past few decades has radically impacted the ecology. The extensive use of scarce natural resources and increasing pollution levels has lead to huge greenhouse gases emissions (GHG).
Kochi's Burgeoning Parking Woes
Zeenab Aneez
The only thing more frustrating than driving on MG Road in Kochi during peak traffic hours is reaching your destination only to find all the parking spaces occupied.
Tale of Indian Paper Notes
Shahnaz Iqbal
Have you ever wondered how many Indian currency notes are printed every year? Did you know that the security paper for the rupee is imported?
To Eat or Not to Eat (PART II)
Pradipti Jayaram
What do I eat? What exactly are genetically modified foods? Is organic better? Over the quandary of whether to eat or not to eat, the 'king' consumer stands utterly baffled.
To Eat or Not to Eat (PART I)
Pradipti Jayaram
Over the quandary of whether to eat or not to eat, the 'king' consumer stands utterly baffled. Demystifying the 'myth' of organic and what lies behind genetics is the most urgent need of the hour.
Mining And Sustainable Development: The Human and Organisational Aspects
Shiraz Iqbal
The Niyamgiri hills in north eastern Orissa is one of the last bastions of animism (tribes that believe everything in creation is imbued with a unique spirit;
Creating a Pedestrian Friendly Road
Rekha J
Most of our city planners and officials often say, that we need to "strike a balance" between motorists and pedestrians. However, when put to practice, most of the policies are oriented towards motorists.


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