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Legal Method, Legal System and Legal Research
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 362

Legal Method, Legal System and Legal Research

  • Categories: Law

This book is written to serve the needs of the students of the law of the first year and it contains most aspects of the legal methods, legal systems and legal research. The legal method is an important subject in the study of law and it is also considered as the foundation of the subject. The book is split into eleventh chapters. Chapter one deals with the general methods and legal method of the study. Chapter two is concerned to jurisprudence and its schools. Chapter third deals with the nature and function of the law. Chapter fourth embodies the sources of the law. Chapter fifth discusses crime and a civil wrong. Chapter sixth is concerned to Constitution as basic law (rule of law). Chapter seventh deals with the separation of power. Chapter eight is devoted to the legal system. Chapter ninth analyses the moot court, mock trial and study method. Chapter tenth discusses about the legal profession and professional ethics. Chapter eleven deals with legal research and legal writing. The language of the book is easy and understandable to the students.

Monopsony Capitalism
  • Language: en

Monopsony Capitalism

This book explores the combination of capital's changing composition and labour's subjective agency to examine whether the waning days of the 'sweatshop' have indeed begun. Focused on the garment and footwear sectors, it introduces a universal logic that governs competition and reshapes the chain. By analysing workers' collective action at various sites of production, it observes how this internal logic plays out for labour who are testing the limits of the social order, stretching it until the seams show. By examining the most valorised parts of underdeveloped sectors, one can see where capital is going and how it is getting there. These findings contribute to ongoing efforts to establish workers' rights in sectors plagued by poverty and powerlessness, building fires and collapses. With this change and a capable labour movement, there's hope yet that workers may close the gap.

Living Easy with Diabetes
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 272

Living Easy with Diabetes

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2013-05-15
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  • Publisher: Penguin UK

Why did I get diabetes? Can diabetes make me go blind? Are diabetic men more likely to be impotent? Should I inject U/40 insulin with a U/100 syringe? Can I travel if I have diabetes? Should I tell my boss of my Condition? India is hurtling away to reach the 100-million-diabetic mark by 2030. This means that you and your family are at serious risk of developing diabetes. And once you get it, there is no getting away. Living Easy with Diabetes: The Ultimate Handbook is your must-have guide to managing this malaise. Packed with insights from a seasoned diabetologist and diabetics educator, it answers your technical and practical questions; explains symptoms, complications and control methods; and inspires you to lead a healthy, happy life by keeping diabetes at bay. Covering the A-Z of diabetes---from planning meals to planning pregnancies, from regulating blood sugar to injecting insulin painlessly---Living Easy with Diabetes is an indispensable resource for diabetics and caregivers.

Spinal Deformity
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 421

Spinal Deformity

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Dalit Christians in South India
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 140

Dalit Christians in South India

This ethnographic study of Dalit Lutherans in South India examines how the lived religion of Dalit Christians contests the structures of caste domination in rural Andhra. It shows how the emergence of Dalit Christianity generated new religious ideas, patterns, terrains, rituals, and practices that challenge the traditional notions of caste privilege and impact the politics of the region. It highlights the transforming role of Dalit agency in the development of Christianity, which is largely unexplored in the studies of Christian missions and anthropology of Christianity in India. The book looks at the social history of Christianity, critical events of protest, platforms of community politics...

Tunnel Construction
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 367

Tunnel Construction

The book describes the details about the tunnel construction, that includes, history, shape and sizes, various conventional methods, techniques, planning, designing and methodology of construction in Indian context. The geological investigation for the selection of most economical, and technically viable, alignment for transportation. Further book highlights the necessity of safety for men, material and machinery, during construction. The Geo technical investigation reports are prepared, Rock is classified in five classes like good rock, poor, fair, poor and very poor, according to the strength and characteristics of the rock the conclusion and recommendation are followed while designing the...

Algorithmic and Architectural Gaming Design: Implementation and Development
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 477

Algorithmic and Architectural Gaming Design: Implementation and Development

  • Type: Book
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  • Published: 2012-05-31
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  • Publisher: IGI Global

Video games represent a unique blend of programming, art, music, and unbridled creativity. To the general public, they are perhaps the most exciting computer applications ever undertaken. In the field of computer science, they have been the impetus for a continuous stream of innovations designed to provide gaming enthusiasts with the most realistic and enjoyable gaming experience possible. Algorithmic and Architectural Gaming Design: Implementation and Development discusses the most recent advances in the field of video game design, with particular emphasis on practical examples of game development, including design and implementation. The target audience of this book includes educators, students, practitioners, professionals, and researchers working in the area of video game design and development. Anyone actively developing video games will benefit from the practical application of fundamental computer science concepts demonstrated in this book.

A Text Book Of Practical Botany - 1
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 332

A Text Book Of Practical Botany - 1

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Basic Civil Engineering
  • Language: en
  • Pages: 446