Day: August 18, 2021

Human Resources and Rural Welfare

Human Resource and Rural development: Rural economic development needs a wide range of human resource development. The promotion of economic reforms in rural areas will only be valid when the rural human resources are developed enough to adapt them. Otherwise this will be a waste of resources as there won’t […]

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Digitalization of Rural Areas

Digitalization of rural areas According to a survey with more than 600 million internets users ,india is one of the largets and fastest growing digital markets in the world for digital consumers. however most of the users are from urban area hence we can say that urban india is the […]

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Different Aspects of Revocation

Necessity of Communication : “If at the time of purported acceptance , the offeror has changed his mind ,no meeting of the minds is possible and the formation of the contract cannot take place . This indeed was the theory of an english case of 1790 Cooke v Oxley in […]

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Revocation Of Contracts and acceptance

Revocation generally in terms mean to withdraw something. It can be anything of a good , offer, task, deal anything. It may also stand for cancellation. So revocation in the law of contracts can be defines as a remedy given to buyers if not satisfied with goods of the sellers. […]

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Shutter Island – book review

About the book Author : Dennis Lehane Genre : Gothic, Psychological Horror, Crime Pages : 380 Publication date : April 15, 2003 Story plot In 1954, widower U.S. Marshal Edward “Teddy” Daniels and his new partner, Chuck Aule, go on a ferry boat to Shutter Island, the home of Ashecliffe […]

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A cold era

An era of complete and utter coldness with the expansion of glaciers above and beyond the lands. The age of ice, the cold era which must ring bells till now but most of us are going to connect it with the possibility of the ice age we have seen in […]

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Why is Tehmina’s decision right?

Tehmina Durrani, born in Lahore, Pakistan, debuted with her autobiography, ‘My Feudal Lord’. Her mother was a light-skinned beauty and a dominant person who controlled everything and everyone in her household without even raising a hand. She faced a lot of discrimination from her mother during her childhood because she […]

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Tehmina Durrani and her right to choose

Vijay Tendulkar was a famous Indian playwright of contemporary times, during the third phase of threatre. He could be called a complete playwright in tradition of Shakespeare because how he reflected on the society in his plays and the way her brought the characters to life. Not many playwrights can […]

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Acceleration of Industries and policies for rural development

Government of India believes that the twin objectives of ‘accelerating industrial growth and creating additional productive employment potential in rural and backward areas’ can be fulfilled with the help of MSME and rural industrialisation. One of the best examples of the above strategy in action is the Great Leap Forward […]

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