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02
Feb 2019

Global Warming – A Grave Concern under Indian Agricultural Scenario – Essay

The green house effect or increasing world temperature is due to the accumulation of carbon dioxide as a result of combustion of fossil fuel methane is responsible for some of the depletion of the protective ozone layer. Methane arises largely from natural anaerobic ecosystems, rice paddies and ruminant animals. Effects of Global warming: i. Rapid […]

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02
Feb 2019

Short Speech on “Leprosy” (465 Words)

are more affected than females. The disease mainly affects the skin, peripheral nerves, muscles, bones, eyes, testes, nasal mucosa and internal organs. Classification: Leprosy is classified in two varieties: (i) Non-infective: It is generally known as Neural or “Non- Lepromatous”. It is further classified into two sub-groups i.e. (a) Leprosy with patches on the skin, […]

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02
Feb 2019

Essay on Hookworm Infection

A typical hookworm is almost cylindrical and threadlike with conical head and large oval mouth having four hooklike teeth on the upper side and two knobs like teeth on the lower side of the buccal cavity by which the worm fixes itself to mucous membrane of the intestines. Mode of Transmission: A single female worm […]

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01
Feb 2019

Short Speech on “Lymphatic Filariasis”

Lymphatic filariasis is an insect borne disease caused by certain nematodes of the family Filaridae, and is a major public health problem in India. It is found in almost all states of India. Causative Agent: Lymphatic filariasis is caused by two organism’s i.e: (i) Wucheresia (Filaria) bancrofti, and (ii) Brugia malayi Out of these two […]

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01
Feb 2019

Short Speech on “Trachoma”

Trachoma is more common in early summer and monsoon and is related to fly breeding. The children of both sexes are affected more from this disease specially living in unhygienic conditions and overcrowded places. It is also common in school children. Causative Organism: It is caused by a virus called Chlamydia trachomitis that attacks mucous […]

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01
Feb 2019

Short Speech on “Rabies”

The term rabies is derived from a Latin word ‘rabidus’ meaning mad. Rabies is also known as hydrophobia because the patient shows fear from water and is unable to drink water in spite of intense thirst. It is a disease of warm blooded animals like dogs, cats, monkeys, foxes, jackals and wolves. Amongst domestic animals, […]

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01
Feb 2019

Short Speech on on “Tetanus”

Neonatal tetanus is a major cause of infant mortality in India. Many mothers also die after child birth because of tetanus caused by unsafe delivery practices. These deaths may be due to improper and unhygienic cutting of umbilical cord after birth with dirty and rusted blades. Sometimes unhygienic dressings used may also cause tetanus. Neonatal […]

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01
Feb 2019

Persons who are entitled to Demand the Partition of a Hindu Joint Family Property

But this view no longer stands valid. The Bombay High Court in a later case accepting the authority of the Supreme Court in Puttorangamma v. Rangamma held that a suit for partition and separate possession of ancestral joint family properties by one of the coparceners is maintainable even if their father is joint with his […]

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01
Feb 2019

Negligent conduct with respect to machinery (Section 287 of IPC)

Or knowingly or negligently omits to take such order with any machinery in his possession or under his care as is sufficient to guard against any probable danger to human life from such machinery, shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to six months, or with fine which […]

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01
Feb 2019

Provisions to be made before the Partition of a Hindu Joint Family Property

2. Personal debts of the father not incurred for illegal or immoral purposes. 3. Maintenance of dependent female members and disqualified heirs. 4. Marriage expenses of unmarried daughters of the last male holder but not of the collaterals. The amount of expenses must be commensurate with the wealth of the family. There is no need […]

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