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WHY IS ‘NATION-STATE’ IMPORTANT?

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How did the ‘Nation-State’ survive the social evolution till date? Why did not a ‘religious-state’, ‘ethnic-state’ or ‘laissez-faire market-state’ or any other form of State? How intentional and deliberate was the process of installation of the concept of Nation-State? Social philosophers and political theorists have taken turns on this question and presented innumerable logic of political battles, suppressions, oppressions, race for resources and have come up with great theories of war and peace with identifiable heroes and villains.

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WHEN PUBLIC OPINION DELIVERS INJUSTICE

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The issue is as brief as this: ‘Who’ is more inherently corrupted? The law which allows a prisoner (need not be a criminal) also to compete in election or the people who vote to elect a criminal (need not be charge sheeted) as their leader. Nithin Ramakrishnan and Adv. Kanmani K S, address the issue.

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VIZHINJAM; FORESEEING THE FISCAL FIST

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Vizhinjam the natural beauty queen on its port project was not in a hurry, yet the dream is about to cherish. Certain environmental hazards take apart; it provides regional and national prosperity through jobs, income and welfare. Precisely in the containerized sector of the ports, elemental increase in port throughput should necessitate the commencement of additional infrastructures. Remarkably it is favorable to have a mother port of its own in India. Besides, ports equate many other services thereby enacts as a long term advancement. Summate with globalization, port exposes the wide range of trade and business and can be the robust wheels of the nation economy. Hopefully, alike Chinese, Singapore and Dubai ports, Vizhinjam the mother port can be a fiscal fist of the country, thereby ensure the economic stability promptly by exploiting all possibilities of transshipment. Its how the blogger see the project…

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ROW OVER DEATH PENALTY – ARE WE GOING OVERBOARD ?

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The relative study of the world death penalty assumes that the least populous countries stay away from the act or the most populous countries like China, Korea, US and India voted against the moratorium appealed by the UN. The reason is nothing, but to manage too many people in a boundary sometimes it necessitates to uphold such decisions until the democratic state reaches a situation where the people are educated morally and principally to aware of the human rights and values. To quote news from gulf news recently, UAE is the first country where ladies are safe and the first country in women empowering.

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WHY INDIA EXPELLED MAGGI? IS IT AN END?

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In May 2015, Food Safety Regulators from Uttar Pradesh, India found that Maggi 2 Minute Noodles had up to 17 times the permissible limit of lead in addition to monosodium glutamate (MSG) in it. Later in June, the New Delhi Government, the Gujarat FDA, Assam and some of India’s biggest retailers like Future Group which includes Big Bazaar, Easy day and Nilgiris have also imposed ban on Maggi. Thereafter multiple state authorities in India found an unacceptable amount of lead and it has been banned in more than 5 other states including Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. And the very next day, the central government of India outlaw nationwide sale of Maggi noodles for an indefinite period. Why? Is it an end? The crooked eyes of the commercial world can effortlessly awaken the taste buds of common man by mixing these kinds of artificial contents and chemicals. ‘Where to keep the boundary’ and ‘who will bell the cat’ is the major concern in the market now.

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