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Turbulence Ahead: Safeguarding Aviation Safety Amidst Operational Demands

Turbulence Ahead: Safeguarding Aviation Safety Amidst Operational Demands

Aashnaa Mehta Despite efforts to amend duty hour regulations through the Revised Civil Aviation Requirements on Flight Duty Time Limitations (2024) , opposition from airlines and regulatory deferments highlight ongoing tensions between safety and commercial priorities, necessitating proactive regulatory evolution…

Streamlining Labour Regulations: Assessing the Impacts of India’s Code on Wages Act

Streamlining Labour Regulations: Assessing the Impacts of India’s Code on Wages Act

The New Wage Code or The Code on Wages was introduced in Lok Sabha by the Ministry of Labour and Employment as one of the four labour codes which are intended to subsume the multitude of pre-existing Labor laws. In 2002, The Second National Commission of Labour submitted its report in which it talked about the multiplicity of labour laws in India and recommended the codification of multiple central level labour laws in 4 to 5 groups.
Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles in India (FAME II)

Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles in India (FAME II)

Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (hybrid &) Electric Vehicles in India (FAME II) aims at promoting a conducive environment, financial ability and infrastructure for use of electric vehicles. This article explores current developments in the implementation of FAME II scheme and analyses the hindrances in detail. The article concludes with some approach based suggestions to favour Electric Vehicles (EV) adoption in India. 
According to UNICEF child marriage refers to the marriage of a girl or boy before the age of 18. It refers to both formal marriages and informal unions in which children under the age of 18 live with a partner as if married and carry out the responsibilities of a household and give rise to the legitimization of procreation that has in return several economic and social impacts on the development of the economy. Early child marriages are associated with a rise in family burden because of the phenomenon of more children due to a larger time gap of reproductive age that is associated with multiple social curbs particularly on the part of women as they are prone to suffer from health issues, emotional imbalance, more responsibilities etc.

Child Marriage Curb on Socio-Economic Development in India

According to UNICEF child marriage refers to the marriage of a girl or boy before the age of 18. It refers to both formal marriages and informal unions in which children under the age of 18 live with a partner as if married and carry out the responsibilities of a household and give rise to the legitimization of procreation that has in return several economic and social impacts on the development of the economy. Early child marriages are associated with a rise in family burden because of the phenomenon of more children due to a larger time gap of reproductive age that is associated with multiple social curbs particularly on the part of women as they are prone to suffer from health issues, emotional imbalance, more responsibilities etc.