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1st December 2018 - Editorials Analysis (in Hindi)
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Wage drag: on ILO’s Global Wage Report , The death debate: on Justice Joseph’s views on capital punishment

Nitin Kumar Singh
I have done my B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from AKTU, Lucknow . Hobbies - playing guitar,drawing,Book,movie, traveling and foodie.

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mam will you cover the entire book chapterwise..thanku
  1. 25.2k 49 views Daily Editorial Summary and Analysis Nitin Kumar Singh Educator since July 2017 I have done my B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from AKTU,Lucknow. Hobbies-playing guitardrawing,Book,movie, traveling and foodie AL 3.3k 6 25 Followers Following Courses Edit Profile 1st December THE HINDU THE live int EDITORIAL EXPRESS uUR

  2. Neighbourhood first? The death debate Destruction in the delta Together in an uncertain world Wage drag

  3. The death debate: on Justice Joseph's views on capital punishment Bachan Singh vs State of Punjab. The Law Commission, in its Report in 2015, said the constitutional regulation of capital punishment attempted in that case has failed to prevent death sentences from being "arbitrarily and freakishly imposed". Capital Punishment O There is a conflict between those who sense the danger of inconsistent application and those who believe in condign justice. The views of the Law Commission and Justice Joseph should not be ignored.

  4. Wage drag: on ILO's Global Wage Report The International Labour Organisation's Global Wage Report has put into sharp relief one of the biggest drags on global economic momentum: slowing wage growth. Global wage growth, adjusted for inflation, slowed to 1.8% in 2017, from 2.4% in 2016, it shows. The emerging and developing economies in the G20 were not spared a deceleration, with the growth in wages slowing to 4.3%, from 4.9% in 2016. . In the Asia and Pacific nations, where workers had enjoyed the biggest real wage growth worldwide between 2006 and 2017, it slid to 3.5% from the previous year's 4.8%.