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Reservation is a necessity or a burden for India

Reservation is a necessity or a burden for India Survey conducted by – Swaraj Bhattacharya Sanket Nair Menon Divya Gopakumar ITM Executive MBA Batch 1 (2015-2017) INTRODUCTION: The caste based reservation in India is a never ending debate with no realistic outcomes till date. Objective of introducing the reservation system ages ago was to uplift the conditions of less privileged strata of the society and ensure that the minorities are not discriminated. There is little evidence if the reservation system has performed well and made a relevant difference or contribution towards the economic growth of India as a developing country. Read More
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Pidilite Industries Ltd. And ANR Vs Vilas Nemichand Jain And ANR

Add descriptiDate of the case:24 November 2015 Outcome of the case: The Court was not convinced by the evidence submitted by the plaintiff and thus dismissed the plaintiff’s suit for passing off action against the defendant Case: The plaintiff in this case is a well known Company Pidilite [popular for Fevicol].They claimed that they had been using the mark ‘LEAK-GUARD’ since 1999 for their solvent cement as a liquid chemical. The defendants also claimed to have been using the mark ‘LEAK-GUARD’ for similar/identical products since 2005. The Plaintiff’s applied for registration of the Labelmark containing the words LEAK-GUARD in 2008 Read More
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Amazon v. Rohit Reddy Chintha

Date of the case : May 4,2016 Outcome of the case: Holding Amazon guilty of deficiency in service, Bengaluru Rural and Urban Additional District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has directed it to refund Rs 2,85,284 within a month Summary of the case: Rohit Reddy Chintha from Hitech city, Hyderabad, had placed an order for the gold coins on August 25, 2015 at Amazon Seller Service Private Limited located in Malleswaram with order No-171-7238017-9209918 and received the courier on October 2, 2015 under the impression that the courier contained the gold he ordered. He was shocked when he opened the package Read More
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Domino’s Pizza v. Guillermo Robles, No. 18-1539.

Date of the case – 07-10-2019 Outcome – Supreme Court hands victory to the blind man who sues dominos pizza chain Summary of the case – The case was originally brought by a blind man named Guillermo Robles, who sued the pizza chain after he was unable to order food on Domino’s website and mobile app despite using screen-reading software. Facts of the lawsuit- ◦ Attorneys for Robles argued in court that the individuals with Disabilities Act requires businesses with physical locations to make their websites and other online platforms accessible to those with disabilities. ◦ A panel of the Read More
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Relationship of State Bank of India with Nifty50

Title:- Relationship of State Bank of India with Nifty50 Author:- Saira Shaikh Introduction: The State Bank of India (SBI) is an Indian multinational, public sector banking and financial services statutory body. It is a government corporation statutory body headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra. SBI is ranked as 236th in the Fortune Global 500 list of the world’s biggest corporations of 2019. It is the largest bank in India with a 23% market share in assets, besides a share of one-fourth of the total loan and deposits market. State Bank of India (SBI) is the country’s largest commercial bank, in terms of Read More
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OPINION ON WORKPLACE ROMANCE By- Akanksha Shukla, Samrudhi Mohite, under the able guidance of Dr. J K Sachdeva. Introduction In today’s world of love and romance a lot of people meet their partners at the workplace, and yet dating someone in office is frowned upon. You spend a tremendous amount of time at work and, if you put people in close proximity, working together, having open, vulnerable conversations, there’s a good chance there are going to be romantic relationships. Before people act on their feelings, it’s important to think through the risks, and there are quite a few. Of course, Read More
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Increasing rate of divorce around the world

Increasing rate of divorce around the world Concern at increasing divorce rate (Hong Kong) Marriage never means two people can live together and have a happy ending automatically. Two people with different backgrounds and habits should learn to adjust. They should give and take, bear responsibilities and share their lives to maintain the marriage. Child marriage contributes to increasing divorce rates (Nepal) The records show that most of the couples filing divorces belong to the age group of 20 to 30 but some of them are less than 20 years. According to advocate Jit Bikram Malla, love marriage, domestic violence Read More
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LIFE EXPECTANCY IN WORLD By- Akanksha Shukla under the able guidance of Dr. JK Sachdeva The life expectancy slowdown: Life expectancy is increasing – but the rate at which it is doing so in some countries is stalling. The Office for National Statistics compared changes to average life expectancies in 20 countries across the world, between 2005-10 and 2011-16.The data shows that the UK has experienced one of the steepest slowdowns to both male and female life expectancies during that time. In the years 2005-10, male life expectancy in the UK increased by 17 weeks a year, while female life Read More
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Problems faced by women entrepreneurs.

In modern economics, one of the most common raising trends is entrepreneurship.It is strongly related to small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs).Entrepreneurial performance is defined in relation to the output of the entrepreneur. It refers to the level of achievement of the entrepreneur in running the business enterprise. Sometimes, the achievement may be measured by the number of employees, level of profit and sales volume among other things. As woman endures a heavy amount of obligations and responsibilities, she encounters many obstacles such as time shortage; annoyance and resentment that double the pressure on them and discomfort that consequently lead Read More
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Views over Smart city, Are people smart enough to obediently follow rules for Smart city.

Title – Views over Smart city, Are people smart enough to obediently follow rules for Smart city. Authors – ● Neelam More (55) Leader ● Rahul Ravindran (28) ● Harish Singh (61) Introduction – A smart city is a designation given to a city that incorporates information and communication technologies to enhance the quality and performance of urban services. People are smart enough to obediently follow the rules of smart city. We had surveyed 100 people about their rule obedients for smart city by framing Likert Scale questions. Objective – To understand people about the obediently follow rules for the Read More
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