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  • Human Resources Origin and Development

    Ever wondered from where the word "Human Resources" originated? It's quite new, an administration development that was first utilized as a part of the 1960s, when it was initially called "welfare management". Originally anything that identifies or relates with the "human" component of an organization or association falls under the domain of Human Resources. This includes an extensive variety of administrations and obligations.

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  • India Land Acquisition Law to be Revised

    Land acquisition law is likely to be amended in the coming days. In India Land acquisition alludes to the procedure by which the state or union government in India gains private land with the persistence of industrialisation, improvement of infrastructural offices or urbanization of the private land, and gives pay to the influenced proprietors.

    Earlier the land acquisition in India was administered by Land Acquisition Ac

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  • The law of trademark in India

    Trademark implies a check for being spoken to graphically and recognizing the products of being one individual from those of others and may incorporate state of merchandise, their bundling and blend of hues." It can incorporate a signature, heading, name, ticket, name, word, gadget, mark, number, letter,or state of products.

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  • An Another Concern for IT and Drug companies - Strong Rupee

    As the currency's 5.6 % bounced against the dollar so far this year will help pack down inflation, it's representing a test for the income of India's exporters. 

    For drug and IT organizations its an another major concern as they are already battling with an American clampdown on working visas and a flood of troublesome reviews by the U.S. Sustenance and Drug Administration, it's another problem. 

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  • Strong Rupee - An Another Concern for IT and Drug companies

    As the currency's 5.6 % bounced against the dollar so far this year will help pack down inflation, it's representing a test for the income of India's exporters. 

    For drug and IT organizations its an another major concern as they are already battling with an American clampdown on working visas and a flood of troublesome reviews by the U.S. Sustenance and Drug Administration, it's another problem. 

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  • Public Interest Litigation has been Filed Against Dumping Seized Liquor into Ganga

    A PIL has been recorded in the Patna high court against Patna police for contaminating the Ganga by purportedly tossing seized alcohol into the stream. 

    "Most of the country liquor seized in Diara (riverine belt) area and hidden underground in plastic containers are being recovered and dumped into the river by the police,"said advocate Manibhushan Pratap Sengar in his PIL which was recorded on Monday. He has additionally specified one such episode where police dumped

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  • Aadhaar to be Obligatory for Filings Under Companies Act

    Aadhaar number will soon be obligatory for directors and key administrative in regulatory filings under the Companies Act. 

    Its basic purpose is for handling the issue of counterfeit identities, comes when specialists are reinforcing measures to manage the danger of shell organizations, suspected to be utilized for unlawful assets.

    The Corporate Affairs Ministry has as of now has no

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  • Impact of Technology on Human Resources Activities

    Innovation has changed the business world widely. In the IT Age, the approach of PCs and the Internet has expanded that effect fundamentally. Almost every organizations uses PC and other technologies. This effect is seen in about all zones of business, including HR, where innovation keeps on significantly affecting HR hones.

    Hiring

    Innovation has affected HR in the zone

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  • Only In Nine States have Notified their Respective RERA So Far, Says CRISIL

    According to the result report by CRISIL only nine states have notified their respective RERA rules so far. The Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act, 2016 (RERA) came into force from May 1, and the states were asked to notify their rules and development in tandem with the Act to ensure their timely implementation.

    As per section 85 of the Act, Regulations are required to be notified by the ‘Regulatory Authorit

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  • National Green Tribunal (NGT) Orders Government to Submit Report on Shimla’s Ecology by May 4

    Shimla, being one of the prevalent visitor spots, capital of the northern Indian state of Himachal Pradesh, in the Himalayan foothills, has constantly experienced high footfalls of individuals from all over the world. Abnormal state of development and annihilation of forest have now added to the vacationer weight to raise worries about keeping up the it's biological adjust. 

    National Green Tribunal (NGT) has given Hi

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