The Process of Criminal Justice-Law

Decision making in criminal justice involves more than the learning of rules and the application of them to specific cases. Decisions are based on discretion, that is, the individual exercise of judgment to make choices about alternative courses of action. Discretion, or making decisions without formal rules, is common in criminal justice. Discretion comes into play whenever police make choices about whether to arrest, investigate, search, question, or use force…. Read Article →

Advantages of Cyber Laws

The IT Act 2000 attempts to change outdated laws and provides ways to deal with cyber crimes. We need such laws so that people can perform purchase transactions over the Net through credit cards without fear of misuse. The Act offers the much-needed legal framework so that information is not denied legal effect, validity or enforceability, solely on the ground that it is in the form of electronic records. In… Read Article →

Interplay between Law and Social Change

The history of mankind reveals that human wisdom has devised different methods and means to meet the structural changes in the social system which take place with the advancement of knowledge, culture and civilization. Law has always been considered as one of the important instruments of affecting social change. In the modern era, there has been widespread concern of law as a tool for bringing about homogeneity in the heterogeneous… Read Article →

Accessing finance to grow your business

Loans from a bank or other financial institution If you have decided to borrow money to grow your business, you need to consider what terms of finance will suit your needs. It is important that you match the nature and terms of the loan to the purpose for which the finance is being used. For example: short-term finance such as bank overdrafts, or debtor finance medium-term options like personal or… Read Article →

Finance options

If your business customers trade on credit terms and invoice in arrears, our two Invoice Finance solutions, Factoring and Invoice Discounting, can help you: We boost cash for your business by releasing up to 90% of an invoice’s value typically within 24 hours, this can save you up to 60, 90 or even 120 days compared to your standard payment terms, freeing up cash more quickly to fuel your growth…. Read Article →

The Importance of Finance in Business

Meeting Goals It is impossible to achieve your long-term and short-term goals without effectively managing your finances. Inefficient management of finances could lead to liquidity shortages. You need funds for business growth, market competition, and to keep your business operational and maintain your customer base. If your finances are restricted, risks that can negatively affect the accumulation of necessary business funds should be hedged with adequate insurance coverage and effective… Read Article →

‘2017-18 was a defining year for Indian economy’

UPA v/s NDA: Qualitative difference However, if one goes into comparison between where UPA had left the economic growth and the NDA’s performance, it does seem that GDP expansion in 2017-18 is officially estimated to be just 0.2 percentage point higher than 6.4 per cent handed down by the Manmohan Singh government in 2013-14, a period ridiculed for its so-called “policy paralysis”. In between, the NDA did push the growth… Read Article →

India becomes the sixth largest economy in the world: IMF

India has been declared the sixth largest economy in the world with a GDP of 2.6 trillion in 2017, as per the recently released report by Indian Monetary Fund (IMF). India displaced France to stand firm on this position, while the United States of America, China, Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom are ahead in the race. HIGHLIGHTS FROM IMF REPORT: India has made progress on structural reforms in the… Read Article →

Is India’s Growth Bounce Big Enough?

The Indian economy has been short of good news recently. So the latest GDP growth figures, released on Wednesday, come as a bit of a relief: The economy grew at 7.2 percent in the last three months of 2017, slightly faster than expected. For the entire financial year — due to end on March 31 — the government’s statisticians now estimate growth of around 6.6 percent. This is lower than the… Read Article →