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History Of Criminal Laws In India


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              The Criminal law in India has passed through three main periods the Hindu Criminal Law, the Muslim Criminal Law and the English Criminal Law.
             
              (1) Hindu Criminal Law:
             
              Mayne in his well known treatise on criminal law has in strong words recognized the greatness and soundness of the Hindu System of Criminal Law. The known history of India starts after the settlement of Aryans in this country.
             
Crime Essay India Essay 

Nature Of Relationship Between The Hospital, Its Patients And The Community


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              In a complex juxtaposition between the providers of care and intermediate support group on the one hand and the patient and the community on the other, it will not be unusual to expect conflicts between the two groups.
             
              The nature of relationship between the two group's influences community relationship, and on this relationship depend the image of the hospital.
             
              Relevant communication and inf
Medical Essay Sociology Essay 

The Importance Of Nursing Service


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              Nursing service is one of the most important components of hospital services. Nursing service in a wider context is that part of the total health organisation which aims to satisfy the nursing needs of the community, the major objectives of which are to provide:
             
              i. Nursing care required for the prevention of disease and promotion of health, and
             
              ii. The nursing care of sick patients (a) in th
Nursing Essay 

Essay On Jurisprudence


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              According to Paton, modern jurisprudence trenches on the fields of social sciences and of philosophy; it digs into the historical past and attempts to create the symmetry o? a garden out of the luxuriant chaos of conflicting legal systems.
             
              He concludes that "in short, jurisprudence is a functional study of the concepts which legal systems develop, and of the social interests which law protects.
Law Essay 

Characteristics That Must Be Included In An Ideal Penal System


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              By way of generalization, it may be stated that efficacy of a penal system is to be assessed in the light of its impact on society in general and the criminal in particular. Punishment of offenders though necessarily arduous, is inevitable in the interest of the community at large therefore; every civilized nation must have a definite penal program.
             
              An ideal penal system must essentially includ
Crime Essay 

The Nature And Scope Of Managerial Economics


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              Managerial economics encompasses all theories and tools required for the decision making process of the business organizations and for achieving its aims and objectives most efficiently. Management is also concerned with the task of allocating scarce resources between alternate uses, keeping in view the objectives of the organization.
             
              Various concepts of economics are relevant and competent to
Economics Essay Business Essay 

The Themes Of R.K. Narayan's Novels


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              Certain themes recur in the novels of Narayan. But as they are not particularly topical or provocative, they are not likely to attract attention to themselves. Narayan has deliberately avoided politics and polemics of any kind. All the same, the themes he chooses his novels will seem to be of perennial interest especially to a sensitive mind interested in human beings. One of them is man's suscept
Literary Analysis Essay 

Essay On Globalization


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              Globalization can be defined as the ongoing global trend toward the free flow of goods and services and the creation of a world economy. Through global trade and cooperation, Globalization aims to benefit everyone who partakes in it. While it provides a great number of advantages to society, they are given at the expense of others. Since it's argued for the greater good, it has become one of the m
Globalization Essay Political Essay 

Tax Policy Of Alauddin Khilji


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              In order to enrich the royal treasury and to weaken the-power of the opponents, the Sultan increased taxes. He imposed heavy taxes especially on Hindus as he wanted to cripple there from social, economic and religious points of view, but pro-fessor Habib remarks, "He struck at the upper class Hindus in favor of the Hindu cultivators."
             
              Besides Jaziya, he imposed other taxes on Hindus and enhance
India Essay Political Essay 

Proposal Is To Identify Adolescents With Mental Health And Alcohol And Drug Issues


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              The study will build on growing research, which suggests adolescents whom abuse or are dependent on alcohol or drugs are oftentimes coping with a mental illness. If the early detection of a co-existing disorder is discovered this will allow for a comprehensive behavioral treatment approach that will address both disorders concurrently. A randomized experiment will compare a dually diagnosed group
Proposal Essay Health Essay 

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