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|1||Working Condition & Extent of Child Labour: A Case Study of Ghaziabad DistrictAbstract – The issue of working children has however caught a fresh momentum recently after a threat from some of the western nations to ban the import of those goods in which the child labour is used in production process. Unfortunately, India is also one of those countries, where child labour is employed in abundance in various productive activities and that too under miserable working conditions. According to geographical distribution among Indian states are concerned, the child labour is highest in Jammu & Kashmir, where it is 10.3 percent of total child population. The population of child labour in Kerala is lowest because the same has highest school enrolment 81 percent in age group of 5-14 years. Most of the child labour comes to labour market between the age group of 9-11 years. Mostly children are employed on fixed payment basis and that too through agents. As regard the working conditions of these working are concerned, children do work under great miserable conditions.||Mr. Arun Kumar et al.|
|2||Development Situation in Major States of India: An Empirical StudyAbstract – The term economic development is generally used in many other synonymous terms such as economic growth, economic welfare, secular change, social justice and economic progress. The present study attempts to find how development can be conceptualised and tries to analyse the situation of development in major states of India. So, the objectives of the study is to find out the level of development in these states; and to analyse the inter-state disparities in terms of development. The study indicates that a large disparity exists in respect of development on the whole, and various indicators of development such as health, literacy and infrastructure in these states.||Reena Baliyan|
|3||Urban Green Spaces: A Comparison of the Delhi NCR region and Kolkata Municipal RegionAbstract – The process of urbanisation has led to fast-paced development in urban cities. The expansion of infrastructure hastaken a toll of the urban green spaces which are a source of life in these cities where problems like pollution have taken atollon the health of common man. Urban green spaces not only are life-giving but have anaesthetic importance which is pleasing to the eye and has a positive psychological impact. In light of the importance of urban green spaces, this paper illustrates the change in urban landscape and it impacts on urban green spaces in fast developing cities of Delhi and Kolkata. A comparative analysis using GIS methods has been made.||Maansi Malik et al.|
|4||Moral and Legal issues of E-BusinessAbstract – The vastness of Internet advertising offers a solid platform for Electronic Commerce (or e-commerce) to explode. E-Commerce has the ability to provide secure shopping transactions coupled with instant verification and validation of credit card transactions. E-Commerce is not about the technology itself, it is about doing business leveraging the technology. A technological innovation is followed by frequent incorporation of ethical standards into law. New forms of E-Commerce that enables new business practices have many advantages but also bring numerous risks. et‟s discuss about the ethical and legal issues related to e-business.||Rohit Yadav|
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