Major Reforms in the Indian Economy After 1990
Greater globalization dominated the world economic and human development in the 1990s urging nations and governments to make unprecedented all-encompassing changes. Could India, as a sizable part of the global economy, act as a holdout? The richest country since ancient times with its distinguished history, India by that time was facing severe problems of agrarian overcrowding, dole-queue crisis aggravated by urban and rural poverty and hunger. As at the beginning of 1990s its foreign debt reached $70 billion, and the Indian government had to resort to the IMF and World Bank for gross borrowings. The country embarked on a path of structural adjustment reforms known as a New Industrial Policy 1991 aimed at achievement of social and economic justice, eradication of poverty and unemployment, and building of a modern, democratic and forward-looking India. Continue reading
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Can the recent wave of intense mutual violence in Israel, cause another Gaza war or the third Intifada?
Since the inception of the State of Israel, the Arab-Israeli relations always were on the brink of the war. During the last 40 years Israel and Arab countries, like partially-recognized state of Palestine, had a number of conflicts and wars that defined the Arab-Israeli relations as perpetual sectarian and racial conflict that does not seem to seize to exist in the years to come. Recent acts of Arab on Israeli violence led some to believe that this new spiral of conflict may lead to a new intifada or even new Gaza war. While, on the surface, it may seem like a logical continuation of an ever going struggle, the real reasons and intentions this time might differ and produce a totally different outcome than all the previous acts of violence. Continue reading →
How Did McDonalds Lose the “Hot Coffee” Lawsuit?
McDonald’s coffee case was a 1994 product liability lawsuit that became a flashpoint in the debate in the United States over tort reform.
“There was a person behind every number, and I don’t think the corporation was attaching enough importance to that,” juror Betty Farnham told the Wall Street Journal. This was the answer to McDonald’s defense, that said “the number of complaints was statistically insignificant.” Continue reading →
Organizational Memory: Why Does It Matter?
The foundation of any organization is built on its effective utilization of memory about its facts, data, information and knowledge. Organizational memory is an ever-changing and integral part of organization learning which constitutes the creation, retention and transference of knowledge within an organization.
In today’s world of modern business, the speed at which organizations come into and go out of existence goes to show the importance of organizational memory as a foothold on which their success is built upon. Thus, an efficient management of organizational memory not only keeps organizations alive, but also flourishes in the business world. Continue reading →
Why do some people find American Beauty disturbing?
American Beauty is the first Sam Menders’ feature film that focuses on such ideas as love (paternal and romantic), beauty, materialism and sexuality. It shows all the problems which Lester Burnham faces (Kevin Spacey). Lester is a 42 years old man, who is afraid to become older. His wife Caroline (Annette Bening) ignores him and his daughter Jane (Thora Birch) doesn’t love him. They think Lester is a chronic loser. “I’ll be dead in a year,” – his constant thought at the beginning of the movie.
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If you are assigned to write an essay on a particular topic, this usually does not give a person much to be worried about. But if you need to choose a topic yourself, it can seem like a real catastrophe. Some students may find good topics on the Web, but some consider such methods to be wimpy. And here comes the creative process of choosing an original and impressive topic. In order that you don’t choose them, we’ve prepared a list of the worst essay topics for college that should be avoided while preparing your academic papers. Continue reading →
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Scary Halloween stories are not only about ghosts, vampires, monstrous zombies, spiders and webs in old uncouth castles, traditional mystical mirrors, bloody pumpkins and cruel murders, etc. They are also about the writing process and techniques of creating terrifying tales. One is required to know how to write a scary story to frighten the audience to death. There are no strict rules or a particular formula for writing this kind of composition. You should simply improvise. People like fear, so do your best to scare them. Continue reading →
Currently, tuberculosis ranks as one of the world’s major healthcare problems. Caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the respiratory illness usually presents with no symptoms. However, the deadly disease can be marked by fever, night sweats, coughing, bloody sputum, and chest pains. Transmitted most commonly by airborne respiratory droplets, tuberculosis (TB) is highly treatable with antibiotics, and the disease generally clears up after six months of aggressive therapy. Unfortunately, people who live in underdeveloped nations have little access to healthcare services, much less antibiotics. Tuberculosis is an epidemic in these nations due to sub-standard living conditions, and a lack of financial resources.