ಲೇಖಕರು - ರಾಮ್ ಕೆ ನವರತ್ನ
Author – Ram K Navaratna
Pages: x - 186, Price: Rs.225/-
YEAR OF PUBLICATION 2017
In legal jurisprudence lot of literature and books are available on Domestic Enquiry and its procedure. From time to time various courts also clarified on principals of natural justice and its importance in the conduct of domestic enquiry. The author made an attempt to bring the said literature in simple Kannada language to the benefit of the needy and filled the gap in this field by this book.
K.N. Ajith, pp. 144, Eeswaar Books
Corporate dominance of global trade is neither new nor recent. Students of India’s history know that the East India Company was indeed a global trading corporation, chartered in December 1600 by Queen Elizabeth I to expand colonial markets. The Company quickly established military and administrative control over territories in India to dominate trade, especially in opium, tea, cotton, silk, and spices. In fact, English imperialism in India began as a form of corporate colonialism that lasted for 100 years following the East India Company’s victory in the Battle of Plassey in 1757. The Government of India Act of 1858 established the British Raj as the English monarchy’s surrogate to control colonial trade across the Indian subcontinent.