CAPITAL PUNISHNMENT AND CRIME CONTROL IN NIGERIA; AN ETHICAL VIEW

Abstract
Capital punishment as a way to clamp down on high crime rate in Nigeria is contestable and has generated stiff debates between its supporters and opponents. However their distinct views, both parties are unanimous on the fact that killing a human being is a matter of great moral concern which demands that caution must be taken and other alternatives exhausted. It should be if at all, as the last resort. We must be sure to have the strongest, most compelling reasons for doing so. What kinds of reasons do we have for and against death penalty? Is it the protection of human life and the achievement of justice? Is this argument convincing enough? However, many were of the view that if we value human life and desire justice, then is sure to support capital punishment. This argument through sound plausible, but I think if examined painstakingly, it will rather show that such position is mistaken and faulty. This paper aimed at showing that capital punishment is neither an effective defense against crimes reduction nor effective means of achieving desired justice. Therefore we lack justifiable grounds or reasons to punish offenders by death. Agreed it is wrong to kill, then killing to correct a gruesome crime is still killing, and by its ontological nature is wrong and should not be carried out by the state or supported by individuals for reasons being that it is immoral and unethical.

2017050108-CAPITAL PUNISHNMENT AND CRIME CONTROL IN NIGERIA; AN ETHICAL VIEW pdf

Customer perception on credit portfolio – A Study with reference to Primary Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development Bank in Mayilduthurai Town.

Abstract
Agriculture, in spite of its importance, suffers from many deficiencies such as of value addition process, its dwindling share in Net Domestic Product (NDP) and the declining productivity of agriculture in general and lack of development of a viable organizational mechanism at the grass root level which can undertake planning and co-ordination. This calls for the need to develop the villages at the grass root level, which holds the key for economic development .Considering these, the Eighth Five Year Plan has given emphasis to agricultural and rural development .It is hoped that a provision of adequate credit to this sector will help in taking off agriculture from the present deteriorating stage. “India lives in villages” is true even to this day. The Land Development Banks structure has a history of eight decades in India. But such banks were not in existence in some states till independence of India. The first Land Mortgage Bank was set up in 1920 at Jahangir in the state of Punjab. In 1996-97 these LDB’s renamed as Primary Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks (PCARDBs) in most of the states. The present study is undertaken to analyses the Customer perception with credit portfolio in primary co-operative agricultural rural development bank.

2017050105,Customer perception on credit portfolio – A Study with reference…pdf

A Study on Problem and Issues of the Primary Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development Bank in Mayilduthurai Town.

Abstract
Agriculture in a narrow sense is referred to crop production while in its wider sense it includes other allied activities where biological transformation is the process of production. Following the definition of National Commission on Agriculture, “It includes activities like cultivation of crops, cattle rearing and dairy farming, raising piggery and poultry and development of fishery and forestry and also activities connected with their improvements, while maximization of output through modernization of agriculture and allied activities is termed as agriculture development”. “India lives in villages” is true even to this day.” The Land Development Banks structure has a history of eight decades in India. But such banks were not in existence in some states till independence of India. The first Land Mortgage Bank was set up in 1920 at Jhang in the state of Punjab. In 1996-97 these LDB’s renamed as Primary Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development Banks (PCARDBs) in most of the states. The present study is undertaken to analyses the recovery performance of loans and the reasons for default repayment by the borrowers in primary co-operative agricultural rural development bank.

2017050104,A Study on Problem and Issues of the Primary Co-operative Agriculture and Rural Development …pdf

Issues of Identity in James Welch’s The Indian Lawyer

James Welch was born of a Blackfoot father and Gros Ventren mother. He grew up in an Indian environment, and the traditions and religion especially of the Blackfoot inform his writing. He attended the University of Montana, where he received his B. A. degree. As an adjunct professor he teaches writing and Indian studies at the University of Montana.

2017050102,Issues of Identity in James Welch’s The Indian Lawyer pdf.

Freedom and Equality in Communism and Democracy: An Exposition

Abstract
The ideal of equality and freedom is important to our age. The idea that everyone is born equal, equal before God and under the law sets up the capable desire that everyone merits the same chance to impact the course of government. Communism and Democracy both grapple on the premises of freedom and equality for its natives. Marx trusted that in a communist state man will be able to engage in whatever occupation he sort for and would be free from alienation inherent in the capitalist society. Democracy on the other hand also tries to ensure freedom and equality to its population. The right to speak freely, affiliation and participation in government are all attributes of democracy. This paper tries to investigate the idea of freedom inherent in these two frameworks of government. Toward the end, the paper noted that the concept of freedom and equality inherent in both systems are burr. It is not clearly defined and it is almost not achievable.

2016040213,Freedom and Equality in Communism and Democracy: An Exposition pdf.

Bibliometric Analysis of Disease of Aquatic Organisms from 2010 – 2014

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The study reveals that maximum number of publications were recorded in 2010 (144) and minimum number of publications were recorded in 2011 (126). The highest number of total citations were recorded in 2010 (1303) and lowest number of total citation were found in 2014 (115). Multi-authorship was predominant in Disease of Aquatic Organisms. The degree of collaboration was 0.986. El-Matbouli, M occupy the first position with 13 publication and 32 citation, followed by Skerratt, L. F and Villalba, A occupies second position with 10 publications each and 119 and 41 citations respectively. USA secured first position in publication and citations with 236 publications and 1380 citations, followed by Spain with 64 publications and UK with 61 publications placed second and third respectively. James Cook University, Australia secured first position in publications (23) and citations (231). Articles were major type of publications 649 (97.75%) with 3162 total citations. U.S. Geological Survey, USA had 1226 bibliographical coupling with international institutions.

201604024R.Bibliometric Analysis of Disease of Aquatic Organisms from 2010 – 2014

Coconut Products Marketing Problems in Coimbatore District

Abstract
Coconut is important role play in human life. It improves verity of eatable, medical valuable and usable products. Coconut tree’s all parts are used for manufacturing products. It increases employment, developing of cottage, tiny and Taine sectors, small scale industries and national and International economy. Due to poor rain fall and real estate business increases, its productivity and coconut products productions are gradually decreasing day by day. These products are having sizable demand in home and export markets. Even though, farmers, coconut products manufacturers and exporters are facing some problems. This study is conducted based on these problems.

201604016 Coconut Products Marketing Problems in Coimbatore District pdf.

MACHINERY UTILIZATION IN INDIAN AGRICULTURE

Abstract
Agriculture is an important role play in Indian economic growth. The formers are doing their agriculture work traditional method with help of hand craft instruments. In this stage, both men and women were utilized for agri production. There was huge land in India but there were poor production. Due to various innovations stage by stage, many types of machinery had been innovated to increase agriculture productivity and reduce men power. Even though, all the formers cannot utilize machinery in agri productivity. In this article discussed about level of agriculture machinery utilized in Indian agriculture.

201604012MACHINERY UTILIZATION IN INDIAN AGRICULTURE pdf.

Use of Information Technology by the users of Undergraduate Students in Dental Colleges, Chennai: A Study

Abstract
This paper discussed the Use of ICT resources among the UG students of Dental colleges in Chennai. In the era of information technical and educational institutions have played a significant role in shaping the feature of tomorrow’s societies and their internet sources have distinct advantages and elaborates the various aspects of use of ICT, like frequency of access of internet, purpose of seeking information, favorite search engine preference to database, problem facing to users, frequently used web browser and depend on searching ICT.

A13.Use of Information Technology by the users of Undergraduate Students in Dental Colleges pdf.

Strings of Echoes: A Critical Study on Shashi Tharoor’s Riot

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Shashi Tharoor made him reflect on Indian ways of life in a close but distant perspective. Riot is a powerful novel – set in and around a riot in India in 1989 — about love, hate, cultural collision, religious fanaticism, the ownership of history, and the impossibility of knowing the truth by the award – winning author of The Great Indian Novel. Riot is a well, researched book with a compelling hard-driving narrative – love, cultural collision, xenophobia, man’s social and political independence are some of its concerns that endeavour to weave history with the illusion of truth and romance, mingling the lives of the different characters caught up in love and communal war, and most of all, in search of their identity. The clash between the private and the public, between one’s individual beliefs and the beliefs of others is thus a confrontation that sometimes results in a riot and this is what the novel emphasizes. A study is made here to study the narrative form, he chronicles, the mystery of Priscilla Hart’s death through the often contradictory accounts of a dozen or more characters, all of whom relate their own versions of the events surrounding her killing. Like his two previous novels, The Great Indian Novel and Show Business, Riot probes and reveals the richness of India. In plot, style and characterization, Shashi Tharoor’s Riot is a brilliant tour de force.