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Justice In Globalizing World-Existing Scenario By Nandini Tripathy

Justice In Globalizing World-Existing Scenario, the accumulation of the overseas capital reserves, as a result of the outlet of the markets to worldwide funding within the 1990s, because of the hit export of commodities and due to the rise in the oil expenses, led the countries to are trying to find an alternative to use …

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tobacco control policies

Impact of Tabacco Control Policies in India By Shivangi Ajmera

India is a significant partner in worldwide tobacco control endeavours and has consistently assumed an influential position on different gatherings to bring the test presented by tobacco to the front line. India has assumed a position of authority in worldwide tobacco control. With the developing proof of hurtful and risky impacts of tobacco, the Government …

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LGBTQ

Out and Proud By Chetna Alagh

Out and Proud, LGBTQ is an acronym that stands for Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer. The transgenders are usually addressed by their chosen gender like she/her/hers for a man turned into a woman and vice versa. Those who do not wish to disclose their genders are addressed as “XE/XEM/XYR”, which is pronounced as “kse, …

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women empowerment

Women Must Not Accept But Challenge By Chetna Alagh

Women Must Not Accept But Challenge, In today’s era women empowerment refers to the upliftment of the spiritual, political, social, educational, and economical strength of women and their communities. In India women empowerment heavily depends upon the geographical conditions as it may vary from urban to rural societies as well as social strata. Though there …

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Mental Healthcare

An Understanding of Law and Psychology: The Mental Healthcare Act 2017 By Sanyukta Agarwal

Mental health is different from general health as in certain circumstances mentally ill people may not be in a position to make decisions on their own. Those who suffer rarely get access to appropriate medical treatment as their families try to hide their condition out of a sense of shame. Over 300 million people are …

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trade issues

Emerging Trade Issues For Small & Least Developed Countries By Ayush Garg

Emerging Trade Issues For Small & Least Developed Countries, The point of this distribution is to investigate rising exchange issues for little creating nations. The world economy has experienced gigantic changes during the past a decade and a large group of rising issues are currently affecting worldwide exchange, some of which are encompassed by the …

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Bullet Train

Critical Analysis on Bullet Train Project By Ankit Tiwari

Bullet Train Project in India, Net social value refers to the utilitarian approach of analyzing happening which is going around. Most community and socialist keep it as determining stone while framing their stands as it give holistic outlook of it. Even in today’s era, this dimension holds great significance as any precedent, legislature or policy …

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covid 19

Covid-19: The Invisible Weapon By Shreeaa Singh

IS COVID-19 THE NEW AGE BIOLOGICAL WEAPON WHICH WILL SUBSEQUENTLY REPLACE THE NUCLEAR WEAPON AGE? OR IT THE CHINESE CONSPIRACY TO WEAKEN THE GLOBAL ECONOMIES? The Coronavirus (COVID-19) threat has been spreading its legs globally. As this invisible walking enemy has rapidly resulted in a “pandemic”. Lack of information, vaccination, and most importantly its contagious …

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