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01
Feb 2019

How to Control Plague? (17 Methods)

(ii) Isolate the patient and attendants should wear face mask. (iii) Ensure domestic and community hygiene. (iv) Garbage must be disposed of at designated places and should not be allowed to pile up. (v) Keep all food articles covered. (vi) Adopt anti-rat measures. Houses should be rat proof. Doors and windows should be tight-fitting. All […]

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01
Feb 2019

Short Speech on “Chickenpox”

One attack generally confers immunity for rest of the life. Subsequent attacks are rare but in certain cases second attack of chickenpox may also occur. Causative Organism: Chickenpox is caused by a filtrable virus called varicella zoster virus (V-Z virus) now termed as Human (alpha) herpes virus-3. The virus is so named because it causes […]

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01
Feb 2019

Sale, etc., of obscene books, etc (Section 292 of IPC)

(2) Whoever- (a) Sells, lets to hire, distributes, publicly exhibits or in any manner puts into circulation, or for purposes of sale, hire, distribution, public exhibition or circulation, makes, produces or has in his possession any obscene book, pamphlet, paper, drawing, painting, representation or figure or any other obscene object whatsoever, or (b) Imports, exports […]

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01
Feb 2019

Essay on “Food Poisoning”

Food poisoning may be classified as follows: (a) Chemical food poisoning. (b) Food poisoning from plants and animals. In relation to this accidental or deliberate ingestion of poisonous substances that have been mixed with articles of food or drink are not discussed. (c) Food poisoning by bacteria and their toxins. (a) Chemical Food Poisoning: It […]

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01
Feb 2019

Short Speech on “Typhoid” (660 Words)

Typhoid fever occurs in all parts of the world and throughout the year but more in summer and rainy season. The disease affects all ages but more common between 10 to 30 years. It is most common among school going children. An attack of typhoid fever gives a fairly lasting immunity but second attack may […]

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01
Feb 2019

Negligent conduct with respect to animals (Section 288 of IPC)

Any person who keeps such wild animals like a tiger or bear, which escapes and does danger, is liable without any proof of notice of the animal’s ferocity; in such a case it may be said ‘res ipsa loquitur1 in the case of wild and savage animals, a savage or mischievous temper, is presumed to […]

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01
Feb 2019

Understanding the Concept of Payment of Debts under Hindu Law

According to a text of Katyayana, “He who having received a sum lent or the like does not repay it to the owner, will be born hereafter in the creditor’s house a slave, a servant, a woman or a quadruple.” There are other texts also which equally emphasise upon the payment of debts. Thus a […]

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01
Feb 2019

Short Essay on “Poliomyelitis”

If they are only slightly damaged complete recovery is possible but if nerve centre is completely destroyed then the recovery will not be possible leading to permanent disability because the nerve cells once dead cannot grow again. If the nerve cells controlling breathing are affected then the breathing stops and patient dies unless some mechanical […]

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01
Feb 2019

Short Essay on “Cholera”

It occurs in summer and autumn and generally fades away with the onset of winter. It affects all ages. Mainly people with poor personal and environmental hygiene are affected more. The chances of spread of this disease are more where large numbers of people get together like fairs, males etc. Causative Agent: Cholera is caused […]

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01
Feb 2019

What is the Effect of Judicial Decisions on the Doctrine of Pious Obligation?

The obligation exists whether the son is major or minor, whether the father is alive or dead. If the debts have been contracted by the father and they are not immoral or irreligious, the interests of the sons in the coparcenary property can always be made liable for such debts. The Allahabad High Court reaffirmed […]

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