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HUMAN RIGHTS

HUMAN RIGHTS The basic fact to remember about human rights is that they are not the gift or bounty ofany political sovereign through legislation or any edict, but are rights inherent in humanexistence. The purpose of any law dealing with these rights is merely to recognize them, toregulate their exercise

The Untold Story of India’s Economy

As India looks towards further liberalisation, it must fi rst prepare its economic institutionsby re-orienting them from managing the economy to regulating the economy.Without an enhancement of regulatory capacity, increased liberalisation will simplyperpetuate corruption and further inequality. By improving regulatory capacity, the statecan better focus on the socio-economic aspects of

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA: THE ROLE OF INDIVIDUAL ENTERPRISE (AND ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT)

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA:THE ROLE OF INDIVIDUAL ENTERPRISE(AND ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRIT) The Indian economy provides a revealing contrast between howindividuals react under a government-controlled environment and howthey respond to a market-based environment. Evidence suggests thatrecent market reforms that encouraged individual enterprise have ledto higher economic growth in that country. India can

WHO changes approach to treating severely malnourished children

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued new guidelines to treat children suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM). As against the earlier approach of treating such children in hospitals, the new approach recognises that treating SAM children at home is more effective. The new guidelines have also made changes in