ECONOMICS OF OLYMPICS

- Penned by Aishwarya Choushetti Tokyo Olympics 2020 will be unlike any other Olympics, the quadrennial event that  has  survived  wars,  boycotts,  and  pandemics  throughout  its  125-year modern  history.  On  July  23,  2021,  the  Tokyo  Games  began  with  a  lavish opening ceremony in Tokyo's Olympic Stadium. The Tokyo Olympics have already broken new ground because … Continue reading ECONOMICS OF OLYMPICS

Development of HR in India

Humain-I is pleased to present the eleventh issue of HRiter, our monthly newsletter! How Human Resource Management evolved with years across the globe? How HRM evolved in India & what are HR professional's roles presently? What are the factors governing HRM in India & the challenges faced by HRs? How significant is freedom at the workplace?  What Mr. Suudharshan Vaidhya has to say about Leadership Change and Organizational Culture? Read about all these … Continue reading Development of HR in India

Russia’s tryst with energy

- Varshita Agarwal Energy has always taken centre stage in global geopolitics and economic power play. Energy has played an instrumental role in the rise of great powers, the formation of alliances, and the outbreak of wars and conflicts in several cases. Almost every international order in modern history has been based on an energy … Continue reading Russia’s tryst with energy

A CRITIQUE OF THE UP POPULATION CONTROL BILL, 2021

-Jayati Gupta Introduction The UP Population (Control, Stabilization & Welfare) Bill, 2021, or the “UP Population Control Bill” was released by the UP State Law Commission on July 11, 2021. The Bill aims to control the population of India’s most heavily populated state Uttar Pradesh, which has a population of more than 200 million. While … Continue reading A CRITIQUE OF THE UP POPULATION CONTROL BILL, 2021