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  • Cotton Crisis and Farmer’s suicides: Analysis of the recent happenings in India

    Khinda, Updesh; Husna, Husna (2016)
    India is mainly an agricultural based economy and majority of its rural population depends upon agriculture. Farmer’s suicides are the most tragic and dramatic symptom of the crisis of survival faced by Indian peasants. Nowadays the problem of farmers’ suicides is one of the vital concerns.A total of 5,650 farmers have committed suicides during 2014, accounting for 4.3% of total suicides victims in the country(Report of National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), Ministry of Home Affairs, GOI, 2015...

    Tax Implications On Mergers And Acquisitions Process

    Kusum, K (2014)
    In todays fast changing economic & market conditions, the organizations has to come across with many opportunities & challenges, to cope with these organizations adopt many strategies, mergers and acquisitions is also one of them. Mergers & acquisitions provides many advantages to the organization concerned like technological, financial, competitiveness, tax benefit and many other benefits. The current paper deals with tax implications on corporate reconstruction in terms of mergers & acquisi...

    Assessment And Understanding Of Gujjar And Bakerwal Womens Health In Jammu And Kashmir

    Gul, Showkeen Bilal Ahmad (2014)
    The focus of this paper was on the assessment and understanding of the Gujjar and Bakerwal womens health in Jammu and Kashmir. The Gujjars and Bakerwals, the third largest ethnic group in Jammu and Kashmir after Kashmari and Ladakhi, constitute more than 20 per cent population of the State. They are the states most populous Scheduled Tribe having a population of more than 20 lakh as per the 2011 census and one fourth of them are living nomadic life. Out of the total nomadic Gujjar and Bakerwa...

    A Snapshot of Teacher Bullying and its Effect on Academic Stress of Students

    Sharma, Dr. Indira; Mehta, Sonam (2014)
    The present study focuses on teacher bullying behavior on a sample of 200 students in India. "Statistically about 1 to 2 percent of teachers are actually involved in bullying students," says Dr. Haber. The research aims to explore this area to give a snapshot of teacher bullying and get the answer of questions, which are as follows; whether even today, students are victimized by teachers bullying behavior in Indian classroom, and whether teacher bullying behavior affect both male and female s...

    Impact of Banking Sector Development on Economic Growth: Another Look at the Evidence from Nigeria

    Abubakar, Abdulsalam; Gani, Ibrahim Musa (2013)
    Despite the implementation of several banking sector reforms, the real sector in Nigeria is still finding it difficult to access financial resources especially from the commercial banks that hold about 90% of the total financial sector assets. Nominal interest rate is high causing many firms to avoid bank-borrowing. Other formidable financing challenges are concentration of bank credit to the oil and gas, communication and general commerce sectors to the disadvantage of the core real sectors,...
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