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Unimodal and Multimodal Transportation of Goods

Unimodal and Multimodal Transportation of Goods

While planning a shipment of goods, there are multiple approaches and modes of transportation to choose from. The ideal route can be determined through overall costs, transportation time, efforts of logistics, and effects on the environment. Furthermore, for the same road, a single mode of transport or a combination of modes of transport may be …

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Censorship and the Freedom of Speech and Expression

Benjamin Franklin said, “Freedom of speech is the principle pillar of a free government. When this support is taken away, the constitution of a free society is dissolved and tyranny is erected on its ruins. Republics and limited monarchies derive their strength and vigor from a popular examination into the action of the magistrates”. The …

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Critical Analysis on New Education Policy 2020

Education contributes to economic and social change, a country’s education policy at the school and college levels must be well developed and futuristic. To make it successful, different countries adopt different education systems that take into account tradition and culture and adopt different stages during their life cycle at the school and college education level.  …

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Making of a Serial Killer: Amalgamation of Law, Crime & Psychology

“While nothing is easier than to denounce the evildoer , nothing is more difficult than to denounce them” –  Dostoevsky. Recognition of a criminal character is essential for rerouting a perpetrator’s thinking, which is encircled by his delusions. Criminal psychology is a field of study that focuses on the psychological aspects of crimes and how …

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Vicious Shades of Natural Resources

Depletion and reduction of resources are usually caused by major factors like modern industrialization, overpopulation, deforestation, and human-based activities that subsequently increase poisonous gases into the layer of the atmosphere. Government can enhance the legal enforcement for avoiding illegal or prohibited activities as well as filling the gap between segregated sections and migrated populations. Due …

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Case : Nand Lal Thanvi v. Legal Representatives of Goswami

This case[1] is originally an appeal of its original case with the same name, its judgement being passed in 1973. It basically revolves around Section 226 of the Indian Contract Act and Section 19 of the Indian Limitation Act. The trial court in the original case misinterpreted the concept of the Limitation Act. Hence, the …

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