In the modern age of science, space, and technology, capital punishment looks quite absurd and cruel. Gone are the days when it worked as a deterrent for the prevention of big crimes. In my opinion, now we need not send the big criminals to gallows. Rather we should send them to reformatories and treat them […]
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Knowledge is the potential power to utilize one’s cognitive capacities for the transformation of the existing things around oneself.
Gross domestic capital formation: What are its components? Capital is the produced means of production or it is called produced wealth by which more wealth is possible in the economy directly and indirectly.
Why do we really pay interest for the use of capital? Interest is the price paid for the use of capital. Capital ay be either in the from machines and tools or in monetary is.
What are the various sources of financing gross domestic capital formation? Capital formation or accumulation of capital adds to the stock of an economy and thereby raises its productive capacity. The rate at which capital is formed and its pattern.
Should we ban Capital Punishment ? Those who oppose capital punishment would rather have us believe that it is applied indiscriminately in each and every case related to some heinous crime.
An expenditure which results in the creation of assets or reduction in liabilities is treated as capita/ expenditure. Expenditure incurred on construction buildings, roads, bridges etc. and buying land are the examples of capital expenditure.
Revenue budget consists of the revenue receipts of the government and the expenditure met from such revenues whereas the capital budget consists of capital receipt and payments.
The word ‘capital’ used in connection with a company has several different meanings. It may mean the nominal, issued, paid-up or reserve share capital of the company…
The money market deals in the lending and borrowing of short-term finance (i.e., for one year or less), while the capital market deals in the lending and borrowing of long-term finance (i.e., for more than one year).