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THE MARKET AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE

INJUSICES IN THE INTEREST RATES MANAGEMENT
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 08:02 GMT-0000
One can argue the very approach of the market economy which is being pursued by our country, is inequitable. The champions of the market economy say that the prices of the goods and services should be decided by the market forces, which means that the prices should be determined by demand and supply.
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Anatomy of forex reserve

Our Happiness is an illusion
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 07:56 GMT-0000
Money is, of course, one of the greatest source of joy and what a joy we are expressing through media that has been derived from the almighty dollar, the great object of universal devotion throughout our land ! We seem to be simply blinded by the brightness of the dollar and deafened by the roar of joy emanating out of the unprecedented level of foreign reserve.
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CENTRE HAS FINALLY AWAKENED, BUT WE NEED MUCH MORE

CENTRE HAS FINALLY AWAKENED, BUT WE NEED MUCH MORE
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 07:49 GMT-0000
Lack of concern about disasters and its proper management lies in the fact that even Ministers' and Secretaries' of various departments are found recently to be ignorant of many facts.
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LIVING IN THE WORST OF CONDITIONS

ALMOST NO ACCESS TO THE FRUITS OF DEMOCRACY
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 07:30 GMT-0000
Nomadic people are landless, homeless and generally underfed with a negligible literacy rate. They are deprived of voting rights, caste certificates, ration cards and below poverty line certificates. They do not have access to land and potable water, education, and health facilities. Most of them are not even classified in Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Castes or Socially and educationally backward classes, resulting in almost no reservation in jobs, educational institutions or in politics of this country.
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EMPLOYERS COMMIT CRIMINAL BREACH OF TRUST

EVEN THE LAWS ARE AGAINST EMPLOYEES
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 07:24 GMT-0000
Nobody questions favours to the employers in a criminal matter that falls under section 405 of the Indian Penal Code having a provision for punishment of imprisonment up to three years, or with fine , or with both under section 406 of the Code. Such a favour is not generally shown towards the employees committing any criminal breach of trust. Its clearly a partisan approach of the Minister in this particular matter. What can one hope from this present system including the provisions of law when for the same offence an employee is liable to be punished with imprisonment of up to seven years and shall be also liable to fine under section 408 of the Code.
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AMENDMENTS TO THE ANTI-DEFECTION LAW MISLEADING

A COMPREHENSIVE POLITICAL REFORM NEEDED
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 07:20 GMT-0000
The status of legislators in India has been changing since our independence. Earlier, they were “representatives of the people” both in words and its spirit, but now they have reduced to merely the “delegates of their parties.”
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AHIMSA AND SLAUGHTER FOR HAPPINESS !

CRUELTY IS BANNED, WHY NOT KILLINGS
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 07:16 GMT-0000
Deriving happiness from ahimsa and slaughter is perhaps as old a practice as evolution of humankind itself. It continues despite the fact that the human civilisation considers it since at least 2500 years ago that we do not have any equitable or moral right to practice ahimsa and killings.
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FARMERS ARE RESCUED FROM UNJUST INTEREST RATES

WHAT ABOUT OTHER INJUSTICES ?
Author: System Administrator - Published 11-11-2007 07:08 GMT-0000
After a long battle the NABARD (Amendment) Bill got clearance from the Cabinet paving the way for disbursing loans to farmers at the interest rates of below nine per cent. It a great relief for farmers, for the banks as well as private money lenders of our country has been exploiting them for years by giving them loans at a much higher rate of interests than many other sectors including industries.
India flooded

Thousands lost lives and millions homeless

Ineffective long and short term plans exposed
Author: Gyan Pathak - Published 29-08-2007 04:40 GMT-0000
Over 2200 people have already lost their lives in floods while millions have become homeless and are suffering post - flood miseries like diseases, hunger and lack of potable water since June this year. It is a phenomena of every year and yet government of India have been almost careless. Needful is yet to be done. The approach in the government is to consider it merely a statistics not a great tragedy.
Uttar Pradesh: the inevitable change

Maya, Mulayam and Manmohan: The vicious game of Super Rich

Can Mayawati succeed in changing the multilevel unjust and exploitative system
Author: Gyan Pathak - Published 30-07-2007 13:12 GMT-0000
Manmohan Singh has been taking bold steps for years in the central planning and growth of India. Mulayam Singh Yadav had taken such bold steps for the development of Uttar Pradesh. And now Mayawati has been taking bold steps in scraping the policies of such development and growth that were primarily based on multilevel injustice and exploitation. However, the moot question is, can she succeed in changing the system or would ultimately surrender to the vicious circle.

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