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Impact of Hate Speech on Freedom of Expression

4.1 Right to freedom of speech and expression is one of the most essential liberties recognized by the democratic States.30 The concept of liberty has been primarily influenced by the principle of individual autonomy. The liberal theory of free speech views speech as an intrinsic aspect of autonomous individual, hence any restriction on e...

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A Government Dedicated To The Poor

In the past three years, the Modi government has undertaken a series of sweeping economic reforms. In fact, if the 1991 liberalization efforts are characterized as Reforms 1.0, and if the economic changes unleashed by the Vajpayee government from 1998 to 2004...

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Upgrading India’s Health Infastructure to ensure Health for All

Health is a basic human need. Healthy people are more productive, enabling them to earn and save more, therefore contributing to the nation’s prosperity. Thereby to shape a holistically productive and developed nation, the health of all its citizens especially those in need of it the most...

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MGNREGA – Lifeline to millions

Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) has come a long way since its inception and has become a lifeline to millions. The Act was notified on 7th September, 2005 to provide minimum of 100 days of guaranteed wage employment in a financial year to every rural household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled ...

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Start Up India (New Generation Business)

Startup India is an initiative of the Government of India, which is intended to build a strong eco-system for nurturing innovation and Startups in India that will drive sustainable economic growth and generate employment opportunities for young talent in India....

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Benefits and Demerits of GST in Agriculture Sector

The agriculture sector would be exempted from undertaking GST compliances as well. All basic agriculture goods (not processed) which are not chargeable under current VAT Laws would not be charged to tax in GST....

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Loss of Control in a Subsidiary with Multiple Transactions – Ind-As/ IFRS

Whenever there is a disposal into a subsidiary Investment, one has to look at whether it is a loss of control or it’s a disposal without losing the existing control by its Parent Company....

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Transitional Provision- Migration of Existing Taxpayers to GST (Section 142)

Please find below the process of Migration of existing Taxpayers to GST: 1. Creation of User ID & Password on Common Portal The first and foremost step for migration to GST is provisional ID and password as given to the taxpayer by respective State Vat department through dealer’s login....

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SEBI revisits and recasts guidelines on scheme of arrangement

SEBI has been constantly revisiting the requirements for compliance and submission of documents to stock exchanges in accordance with the requirement under Listing Agreement/ Listing Regulations. ...

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Let’s build the Gudi of Income tax in new Financial year

Tomorrow is the festival of Gudi Padwa i.e start of New Year. And it's the last week of financial year 2017. New financial year will be starting from 1st April. According to budget, what are the changes made in income tax which will be applicable from new financial year and which will increase the prosperity of tax payers?...

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