rashmi

Location new delhi
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Age 32 years
Member since June 7th, 2010
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IS THE DEATH PENALTY OUT OF DATE?

  The term “capital punishment” means the maximum punishment- a system of punishment that cannot be exceeded in its severity or be surpassed in the effect as far as human beings can conceive. Obviously it is the punishment to be awarded only for...

DOWRY OR BRIDE BURNING

The social evil of dowry today has literally become a ‘burning issue’. A hapless newly-wed bride who does not bring rich booty in the form of dowry to satisfy the greed of her in laws, is an easy prey to the sadism and pyromania of her...

Sex and Vulgarity in Indian Cinema

  How even the most powerful medium of mass communication, education and expression can be corrupted and abused to create an adverse effect, is best typified by the cinema. Indian cinema today has come to exemplify a mixture of crudity, depravity,...

Is Life Worth Living?

  There must be few of us in this world who have not, at sometime or other, considered whether life is worth living.  Moments of joy fill us with an enthusiasm for life, but moments of suffering and depression force us to be philosophical and...

  Building a conglomerate is a complete task and maintaining it is always a challenging one. Today every single industry and business is on an overdrive. Competitive pressures and customers demand are focusing enterprises to invest themselves into...

Emami Malai Kesar Cold Cream

  Emami Malai Kesar cold cream with herbs is by far the best winter cold cream available in the market. Packed in a cream yellow egg shaped plastic bottle/container, the 30 ml pack is also the cheapest cream on the shelf. It costs for Rs 26 only....

Haldirams

Haldiram is well known for its Namkeens & Sweets.It is also a family Restaurant where South Indian, North Indian, Chinese dishes along with Bakery items are being served. It serves Delicious North Indian Thali's,Sancks items like Chole...

Insurance as a Risk Transfer Mechanism

  Three important principles from the foundation for the risk transfer mechanism of Insurance:   Sharing the losses of the Unfortunate Few by Many A large amount of people who face the same risks have been grouped together and the risk suffered...

Classification of Risks

Risks can be classified according to their origin and consequences.  Pure Risks Pure Risks are associated with uncertainties which may cause loss. In a pure risk situation, either a loss occurs or no loss occurs – there is no possibility for...

Insurer and Insurable Risks

  To the layman, risk means exposure to danger. The process of managing risk is called Risk management.The importance of Risk management has been recognised and organisations now employ risk managers to specifically manage the risk. Insurance, as...

Career in Intellectual Property Rights

Intellectual property is intangible property or hidden property which is result of creativity of an individual or a group e.g. patents or copyrights. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) are legal rights granted to the creator or inventor of the...

Career in Beauty and Physical Fitness

Ever imagined that the business of Beauty and Physical Fitness has grown a multi-crore industry, presently involving over Rs 12,000 crore. It has a baffling potential to employ more than 15000 persons in the current year, according to industry...

Career in Forensic Science

The word “forensic” denotes the scientific methods and techniques of investigating crime. It plays a major role in identifying the criminals involved in heinous crime, such as murder and sexual assaults through DNA profiling techniques, forensic...

The Legend of Daedelus and Icarus

Long long ago, there was a king named Minos. He ruled the island of Crete. Minos had conquered most parts of Greece including Athens. At regular intervals he ordred the people of Athens to send him seven young monster called the Minotaur. This...

Crucial Touch

Long long ago, there was a king and his queen. They had no children. Therefore, they were very disappointed. One night when the queen was in deep sleep, an angel appeared in her dream and said, “O Queen, do not be sad. I have a good news for you....

Merchants Greed and Three Boons

Thousands of years ago, there lived a merchant in a small town. A farmer also lived in his neighbourhood. The merchant was very wealthy but he was a great miser, while the farmer was very poor but was generous. One day a traveler came to the...

Ashoka – The Great

Ashoka was a great king of India. He inherited the crown from his father Bindusara in 273 B.C. Bindusara is said to be a very successful ruler and commander. Almost the whole of India and Kalinga was under his rule. Ashoka was a brave and...

As you Sow, so shall you Reap

There was a poor man. He lived in a small town. The poor man had a son. He loved his son very much. He wanted to make his son a very educated and well-qualified man. For this, he worked day and night. He spent a lot of money on his education. His...

Pride and Arrogance

Long long ago, there was a forest. A small river flowed through it. There were pine trees and cane plants on the banks of the river. There was soft, green grass by the side of the river too. The pine trees were strong and tall. They always stood...

Health and Fitness

Our ancestors had to struggle for food. They had to walk long distances, climb the trees, and carry the loads for miles together. There were limited mechanical means to make work easier. Our grandparents had to plough the fields, draw water from...