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    Its establishment was a result of years of deliberation to address environmental issues in India. The Tribunal was established for effective and quick disposal of cases relating to environmental protection, conservation of forests, environment, biodiversity, air and water. The NGT is a unique fast-track court for speedy disposal of environment related cases and it replaced the earlier National Environment Tribunal Act 1995 and the National Environment Appellate Authority 1997 and all cases pending before them were transferred to this tribunal. The National Green Tribunal started operation since 4th July, 2011. The Principal Bench is at New Delhi with other circuit benches are at Kolkata Chennai, Bhopal and Pune so that it can get to remoter parts of India. The principal bench and the regional benches are all currently…

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    the British in 1947 India has continued to struggle with extreme poverty. According to Nelson (2013), “India now has a greater share of the world’s poorest than it did thirty years ago.” Statistics from this research have shown that the proportion of the world’s poorest in India has increased from one fifth to one third, approximately 400 million people. This negatively declining trend, however, has not been characterised by every state within India, some managing to escape these processes of…

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    crises. India has over a hundred not for profit organizations working toward bettering their country. The National AIDS Control Organization and the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act are two government programs dedicated towards improving the lives of its citizens. Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MNREGA) is an Indian social security development act created in 2005 to ensure people living in rural areas the right to work. The organizations goals are to…

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    In August 2010, I stepped onto United States territory for the first time. My older brother, my mom, and I arrived at the bus station. It was crowded and people were desperately trying to get their luggage. My body felt the heat as soon as we got off the bus. The clouds were removed from the sky and the shiny sun was all by itself. We got our luggage, and we noticed a man walking towards us. The heat waves stopped me from identifying him. As he got closer, I noticed it was my dad. It was the…

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    Introduction The State Bank of India (SBI) and ICICI Bank are the main two biggest banks in India, individually. They are trailed by their rivals, the Punjab National Bank and HDFC Bank. SBI is the biggest and most seasoned bank, going back hundreds of years, while, ICICI is nearly genuinely new. SBI goes once again to British India. Its lineage can be followed to the Bank of Calcutta which was established in 1806, also the Bank of Bombay (1840) and the Bank of Madras (1843). In 1921, these…

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    British East India Company, in the first 50 years of its existence, had no interest in the development of colonies, preferring to engage in trade only, following the pattern set by the Portuguese. This pattern was changed by 1650 when the power of the old guard British royalist merchants was broken, and a new class of merchants wrested control of the Company. They followed the pattern set by the colonial mer- chants in American colonies and the West Indies, and sought to establish a network of…

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    concepts in the nineteenth century. Not only was Nationalism and Imperialism existent in the nineteenth century, but these two concepts and ideas existed before the nineteenth century and started to rise and increase in impact in the late nineteenth, early twentieth centuries. By definition, Nationalism was the concept or idea that a country was better than all the others, which contributed to governments distinguishing themselves from one another, also creating competition. Not to different…

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    Han China vs. Mauryan/Gupta India Governance Classical Han China (202 BCE-220 CE) and Mauryan/Gupta India (324 BCE-184 BCE) have an abundance amount of similar/different techniques of imperial administration and governance. One similarity would be that both empires used taxation at some point as form of control over it’s people. As for a difference, one governed with harsh punishments and the other did not. Like Han China, the Indian empires began to decline due to military expenses and not…

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    The war that I have decided to focus on for the purposes of my paper is the India-Pakistan war, more specifically the war of 1971. India and Pakistan have always been confronting each other due to their opposing ethnic, religious and political differences. The war of 1971 was the third war between India and Pakistan and the origins of this war were different from previous wars. Since the partition of British India and Pakistan in 1947 there have always been constant conflict and tension. The…

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    for centuries, but its importance began to diminish around the eighteenth century. In 1722, the fall of the Safavid Empire occurred and under the rule of Sultan Husayn, the Persian state suffered long term economic deterioration. It wasn’t until Nadir Shah of the Afsharid dynasty took power that political unity was restored, and for the first last time Persia’s borders were extended. However soon after this period, began the state’s decline, which led to the contraction of Persian around the…

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