Labour Laws Throughout the World

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 01-Feb-2023 11:40:11
The majority of countries across the globe have specific legislation for labourers. These laws range from being exclusive to being inclusive in nature. As per the regional requirements, all the countries have framed laws for labourers. There are various associated benefits, which give rise to the creation of various labour laws. During the 20th century, there were a lot of changes going on in the industrial sector. The growth of industries was increasing day by day, as was the exploitation of their workers. At the dawn of the 19th century, countries like the United States abolished slavery, but ... Read More

Invasion of Privacy: Definition and Meaning

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 01-Feb-2023 11:36:39
Invasion of privacy, which is the act of prying into another person's personal affairs or information when that person would reasonably expect privacy, can occur anywhere. The setting in which the invasion takes place and the objectives (scenario) that led to the invasion affect how this definition of invasion of privacy is perceived. What is the Meaning of Invasion of Privacy? The unlawful invasion of another person's privacy without that person's consent is known as an invasion of privacy. The tort of invasion of privacy, however, is made up of four distinct grounds for action rather than being ... Read More

Cold War: Impact on India

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 01-Feb-2023 11:35:49
IntroductionBetween 1939 and 1945, the Second World War commenced. The Allied and Axis forces are the two main factions that participated in this conflict. The Cold War, which involved both the Soviet Union and the United States, began after the Second World War. After the second global war is over, there are only two powers left. The globe would become bipolar as a result. The US and USSR blocs are thus split in the global conflict. Causes of the Cold War To overthrow Nazi Germany, France, and the United States joined forces. Immediately after Operation Barbarossa, when Nazi ... Read More

How to Get Rid of Snakes?

Ankur Choudhury
Updated on 01-Feb-2023 11:35:38
Snakes can be a significant problem for homeowners, as they can sneak into yards and homes without being noticed. Not only can they be scary to encounter, but they can also pose a danger to humans and pets if they are venomous. It is therefore important to understand how you can get rid of snakes from your property. This includes identifying the type of snake, eliminating food sources, removing hiding places, using repellents, trapping, and sometimes calling a professional for assistance. By following these steps, homeowners can take control of the situation and keep their properties safe from snakes. Step ... Read More

International Labour Organisation

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 01-Feb-2023 11:32:17
The International Labour Organizatino (or simply ILO) is the international body in charge of developing and enforcing global labor standards. It is the only "tripartite" United Nations organization that brings together government, employer, and worker leaders to cooperatively design policies and programs supporting decent work for all. The ILO has an advantage in combining "real world" knowledge regarding employment and work thanks to this unusual arrangement. What is ILO Standards? The ILO's standards are designed to guarantee equitable, secure, and dignified employment opportunities for all people around the world. Together, they protect freedom of association, the effective recognition of ... Read More

Causes & Course of World War II

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 01-Feb-2023 11:26:50
Introduction A global battle identified as World War II raged from 1939 until 1945. The large majority of the world's nations engaged in warfare as supporters of the Allies and the Axis, two opposing military organisations. The Second Sino-Japanese War, Spanish Civil War, the Second Sino-Japanese War, the growth of fascism across Europe, and the escalating anxieties in Europe since World War I have all been contributory catalysts to World War II. On September 3, 1939, the United Kingdom and France announced war on Germany. Old photo of cannon from the time of World War II The Two Groups: ... Read More

Good Faith: Definition and Meaning

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 01-Feb-2023 11:24:57
In general words, the term "Good Faith" can be stated as the genuine and honest intentions of a person for the sake of the other person. It traces its origin to the Latin term "Bona Fide, " which means "truth." So bona fide means "in Good Faith, " which is typically used as an adjective to mean "authentic." There are no such well-defined acts that are covered under the umbrella of the doctrine of Good Faith. Since human minds vary from person to person, we cannot lay down specific criteria for what exactly constitutes an instance of Good Faith. But ... Read More

Geographical Indication: Definition and Meaning

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 01-Feb-2023 11:17:04
A geographical indication, also known as a GI, is a sign that is put on products that have a specific geographical origin and have qualities or a reputation that are due to the fact that they come from that origin. In order for a sign to function as a GI, it must identify a product as having originated in a particular location. What is the Meaning of Geographical Indication? In legal term, "Geographical Indication" (GI) refers to a sign, name, or symbol that is used on products that have a particular geographical origin and possess qualities or a reputation ... Read More

Geographical Indication Tag: Definition and Meaning

Mukesh Kumar
Updated on 01-Feb-2023 10:40:50
A geographical indication (GI) is a label placed on products that have a certain geological origin, are distinctive because they can only be produced in a specific area, and have a guaranteed quality level. Numerous agricultural goods might benefit from a geographical indicator since they are impacted by unique regional geographical elements, such as soil and climate that can be traced back to their place of origin. The usage of GI, however, goes beyond just agricultural items; it also indicates a product's unique originality as a result of human features, such as distinct customs and manufacturing techniques unique to a ... Read More

Arab nationalism

Praveen Varghese Thomas
Updated on 01-Feb-2023 10:32:12
IntroductionThe fundamental tenet of Arab nationalism is the population of Arabs, which covers from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean. This is one community united by shared ethnicity, tradition, history, personality, geography, and geopolitics. The abolition of the Arab regimes thought to be based on Western power and the termination of Western intervention in the Arab world are two of Arab nationalism's key focuses. It gained prominence when the Ottoman Empire was abolished and defeated at the beginning of the 20th century. It lost influence when the Arab troops lost the Six-Day War. History Arab conservatives think that the ... Read More
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