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|1||Direct Taxes Code Bill and Present Direct Taxes Law in India: A Comparative AnalysisAbstract – The Government introduced the Direct Taxes Code Bill in the Parliament for the first time in 2009. The DTC is proposed to be made effective very soon. While some difficult provisions from the first draft of the DTC have been rightly slumped after representations, a number of proposals in the DTC are still likely to require the Corporate to rethink their existing structures and mode of conducting business. The Bill has incorporated convinced amendments taking cognizance of the Parliamentary Standing Committee’s suggestions. Moreover, some of the recommendations of the Government-formed expert committee on GAAR are also expected to replicate in the amended version of the Bill that attempts to re-define principles of taxation since introduction of the Income-tax Act, 1961. The Finance Ministry is currently working on the official amendments to the DTC Bill which was tabled in Parliament earlier.||Prem Singh 1|
|2||Micro Finance and Poverty Alleviation: An Analysis with SHGS ContributionAbstract – A majority of microfinance program target women with the explicit goal of empowering them. There are varying underlying motivations for pursuing women empowerment. Some argue that women are amongst the poorest and the most vulnerable of the underprivileged and thus helping them should be a priority. The main benefits of micro-credit appear to be reduced vulnerability of the poor to adverse circumstances, increased consumption in the same group and empowerment of women. Fortunately, micro-finance practice in India like some other countries has much to offer to the rural population. These include poverty alleviation, livelihood promotion, developing the local economy, gender empowerment, building organizations and changing wider systems and institutions within society. SHG- banking linkage model is an important model of micro-finance which helps their members to start their own business. Also SHGs in rural area have empowered illiterate and poor women by linking them to the mainstream banking system and involving members in Micro-Entrepreneurship activities. Development of Micro-Entrepreneurship can help reduce the problem of unemployment and several social problems in the society that go with it. It ultimately helps in sustaining the process of development of the nation. This paper tries to link Micro-finance, Self-Help Groups, and Micro-Entrepreneurships of women and makes an attempt to review Indian experience in the case of Self-Help Groups and Micro Finance to show up the importance of Self-Help Groups for Poverty alleviation.||P. Balamurugan et al.1|
|3||The Emergence of IPRs and the Global Environment for IPRsAbstract – This study is about how the IPRs emerged and spread all over the world. It attempts to show what forces were involved in bringing up the TRIPs agreement followed by the standard provisions in the TRIPs agreement. Further it takes up three important issues related to IPRs at the international level- 1.Adverse impact and inadequacy of implementing TRIPs agreement on less developed and developing countries; 2.Impact and inadequacy of implementing TRIPs agreement on less developed and developing countries; and 3.Global politics and differences over the implementation of TRIPs agreements that determines the global environment for the intellectual property rights in today’s world.||Tausheef Alam et al. 2|
|4||Internet Marketing -Boon or Bane for Indian ExportersAbstract – “Despite all the attention that Internet companies get these days, it’s just a transitory phase, because in coming years, there won’t be any Internet companies-they’ll all be Internet Companies”- Andy Groves, Intel Chairman. “While every ecommerce Website can make its offerings globally accessible, very few sites know how to serve foreign customers well. Forrester Research found that 46 percent of all orders placed by people living outside the United States went unfilled due to process failures”. – Business 2.0. The two quotes as mentioned above provide the logic for this paper. Although the Internet has become accepted as a tool of business, relatively few companies have thought carefully about using Internet as a tool to capture export business. Even in India, there is not much awareness among the exporters about the knowledge of using Internet as a tool to capture export business. The best mode of using Internet to capture business is utilizing the concept of Internet Marketing. Utilizing the various Tools of Internet marketing freely available, the Indian Exporter can effectively compete in the International Markets. The paper focuses on the effective utilization of Internet Marketing for Indian Exporters with the help of the tools of Internet Marketing. And if done so effectively, then Internet Marketing for Indian Exporters surely becomes a boon for them.||Rohit Kumar et al. 2|
|5||Understanding Corporate Governance in a comparative context of India & New ZealandAbstract – Corporate Governance is the mechanism in which companies are governed in a transparent manner by rule of law in which participation of shareholders prevail in a responsive, efficient & effective way so as to ensure sustainability & accountability. The concept of corporate governance is getting prominence with each passing day why this so because each & every country in recent past has seen a disastrous trail of many big corporate failures that shook their entire economy & more importantly the failure of such huge sizes in one county has its spill over impacts or effects on other countries as well so it becomes all the more very important to develop comprehensive policies in regard of corporate governance.||Nishant Sharma 1|
|6||Coumarin as a Potential Pharmacophore in Medicinal ChemistryAbstract – Coumarin is very useful pharmacophore in the medicinal chemistry provides broad range of therapeutic activity. In this article all the activities in different biological targets have been descried. Synthetic methods of coumarin developed by different group have been discussed thoroughly.||Dr. Jignesh Lunagariya et al. 1|
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