Ppt on limitation act 1953

KYC – CROWN AGENTS BANK LTD. Private and confidential GENERAL INFORMATION Name of BankCrown Agents Bank Limited Established12 January 1989 Legal StatusPrivate.

and leveraged acquisitions across Africa. HIP is authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (reference number 462967) From a Limited Partners perspective, no individual beneficial owner directly or indirectly owns or controls more than 25% of Crown Agents /-Executive Director2016*25/08/1953 Private and confidential LAWS Primary Laws A Primary Law is an authoritative statement of law made by Parliament and the Courts. (Derived from Common Law and judicial precedent). Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (Part 7) /


Materials Act of 1947 Also Called the Common Varieties Act

public interest (ie can sell small amounts for public works projects and construction) Minerals Leasing Act For Acquired Lands 1947 Allowed the government to lease minerals on acquired Federal Lands Most Provisions for land limitations, prospecting permits, preference lease rights etc are same as 1920 act Submerged Lands Act 1953 Gave States Ownership of Lands within 3 miles of shore (up to 9 in the/


Resource Conservation and Recovery Act

to study waste issues Not an enforcement program 1980 Resource Conservation & Recovery Act Current Hazardous Waste laws Includes enforcement “Title 40 of the Code of Federal/along Niagara River 1920, purchased by Hooker Chemical 1920 – 1953, used as a landfill by city and manufacturers. 1953, sold to the city’s board of education ($1.00/ (5 drums) Greater than 1 kilogram acute HW (1 quart) 90-day storage limit Exceed 90-days – considered TSDF without permit Substantial management requirements EPA Id. No. /


#1 George Washington, 1789-1797 Est. Presidential precedents Judiciary Act, 1789 First Bank of United States, 1791-1811 The Bill of Rights, 1791 French.

, 1881-1885 Republican Standard Oil Incorporated 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act 1882 Pendleton Act 1883 Patronage reform Oklahoma Land Rush Union Pacific RR Strike/, 1929 Global Depression Hawley-Smoot Tariff hike 1930 Reconstruction Finance Corporation…Limited Government intervention to relieve crisis Bonus Army Marchers driven from D.C/ Firebombing Japanese cities Hiroshima & Nagasaki ‘45 #33 Harry S. Truman, 1945-1953 Democrat, defeats Dewey in ‘48 Potsdam  Hiroshima, Nagasaki Desegregation of Armed Forces/


DNA Lecture 009. Gregor Mendel Rosalind FranklinFrances Crick & James Watson X-ray diffraction photograph of DNA, 1953 Proposed double helix model 1953.

& James Watson X-ray diffraction photograph of DNA, 1953 Proposed double helix model 1953 Cell Nucleus DNA What is DNA? DNA, or / in sperm and egg Blended inheritance Likes produce likes Change can be permanent There is no limit to cumulative change Mendel’s Three Principles Dominance Segregation Independent Assortment The foundation of “classical” /., from sexual reproduction) mutation Sickle Cell Mutation CTG ACT CCT GAG GAG AAG TCT Leu Thr Pro Glu Glu Lys Ser CTG ACT CCT GAG GTG AAG TCT Leu Thr Pro Glu /


A total of 55 SHIPS have been used

she was converted to a replenishment fleet tanker. Conecuh was commissioned 16 February 1953, Commander M. B. Freeman in command. Conecuh proved the feasibility of the/the decision to fit double hulls to meet the requirements of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990. This modification increased construction time from 32 to 42 months and /using specially equipped merchant ships. The T-AKE will transfer cargo, ammunition, food, limited quantities of fuel, repair parts, ship store items and expendable supplies; at sea/


DNA – The Molecule of Life. In April 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick shook the scientific world with an elegant double-helical model for the structure.

sequence of the four bases can be varied in countless ways. Each gene has a unique order of nitrogen bases. In April 1953, Watson and Crick published a succinct, one-page paper in Nature reporting their double helix model of DNA. In a second/ tend to become shorter. Thus, telomere length may be a limiting factor in the life span of certain tissues and the organism. Active telomerase is also found in cancerous somatic cells. Drugs that act to inhibit telomerase are being investigated as a treatment for cancer/


Solid and Hazardous Waste. Core Case Study: Love Canal — There Is No “Away”  Between 1842-1953, Hooker Chemical sealed multiple chemical wastes into.

into an old canal excavation (Love Canal).  In 1953, the canal was filled and sold to Niagara Falls school/ transported to other areas Modern Sanitary Landfills Contain Multiple Barriers  Clay and plastic liners to limit movement of leachate  Surface and subsurface drainage to collect leachate  Systems to collect methane gas/ of hazardous waste in the U.S.: Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Cradle-to-the-grave system to keep track waste.Cradle/


Ch 19 Section 1 The Post-War Years at Home The Truman Presidency 1945-1953.

Ch 19 Section 1 The Post-War Years at Home The Truman Presidency 1945-1953 Essential Questions What economic and social problems did Americans face following WWII? What economic and social problems did Americans face following WWII? / the New Deal They passed the 22 nd Amendment limiting the President to two terms They passed the 22 nd Amendment limiting the President to two terms The Taft - Hartley Act The law set out to undo many of the labor gains on the Wagner Act of 1935 The law set out to undo many /


FDR (1933-1945) (D) *4-term president *Breaks 2-term limit of “unwritten constitution” * 22 nd Amendment-2-term limit (1954) New Deal Program 3 R’s Pump.

after WWII. Entered the Korean War during his presidency Dwight D. Eisenhower (R) (1953-1961) Commander of Allied forces in Europe during WWII Issued the Eisenhower Doctrine: The United/ students being shot and killed by the U.S. National Guard. War Powers Act:1973 reversed Gulf of Tonkin Resolution. NIXON Other Foreign Policy Interests: China & /war. Designed to prevent open conflict. SALT: strategic arms limitations talks NIXON: DOMESTIC ISSUES With a Congress primarily filled with Democrats he realized /


©2003 PEARSON EDUCATION, INC. Publishing as Longman Publishers CHAPTER 24 COLD WAR AND HOT WAR 1945–1953 CREATED EQUAL JONES  WOOD  MAY  BORSTELMANN.

Publishers CHAPTER 24 COLD WAR AND HOT WAR 1945–1953 CREATED EQUAL JONES  WOOD  MAY  BORSTELMANN / 1946 ©2003 PEARSON EDUCATION, INC. Publishing as Longman Publishers TIMELINE 1944Servicemen’s Readjustment Act Smith v. Allwright 1945United Nations created 1946Morgan v. Virginia Mendez v. Westminster President Truman/©2003 PEARSON EDUCATION, INC. Publishing as Longman Publishers Harry Truman and the Limits of Liberal Reform HNational health care program stopped by conservatives calling it communist policy/


Wildlife Act 1953. Purpose  The Wildlife Act deals with the protection and control of wild animals and birds and the management of game. Permits are.

Wildlife Act 1953 Purpose  The Wildlife Act deals with the protection and control of wild animals and birds and the management of game. Permits are necessary to deal with certain /No-one may kill or have in their possession any such bird or animal, unless they have a permit.  Some native and some introduced bird species have limited protection to maintain their numbers while allowing for some harvest or control.  Many common introduced bird and animal species are not protected. Schedules  To find what/


HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON The American Nation HOLT 1 Objectives: What actions did the U.S. government take to limit communism at home, and how did these.

saw America’s nuclear monopoly as undesirable. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were electrocuted in June 1953 Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were electrocuted in June 1953 HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON The American Nation HOLT 14 Alger Hiss Spy Case (1948/hysteria, and scaring people away from unions and progressive groups GOVERNMENT ACTIONS TO LIMIT COMMUNISM, AND THE RESULTS Internal Security Act—required Communist Party members and organizations to register with the government and imposed controls on immigrants/


Harry Truman- “The Accidental President” 1945-1953.

Harry Truman- “The Accidental President” 1945-1953 Truman Biography Born-Lamar, Missouri No College Experience ▫UMKC Law School (2 Years) WWI Artilleryman Married in 1919 (Bess Wallace) /depression was to spend, spend, spend Federal government had a responsibility to promote full employment in the economy through legislation. Taft-Hartley Act (1947) 1946 Republicans win Congress Limited the Power of unions in the country after the war Outlawed closed shop unions Bill was passed over a Truman veto Reasons for/


Nyantee Kpou Consumer Product Safety Commission. Consumer Prod. Safety ActConsumer Prod. Safety Act Federal Hazardous Substances ActFederal Hazardous.

time, and not difficult for normal adults to use properly. Flammable Fabrics Act (FFA) DefinitionDefinition PenaltiesPenalties Definition FFA The Flammable Fabrics Act, was passed in 1953 to regulate the manufacture of highly flammable clothing, such as brushed rayon sweaters/ more than one year or both in the discretion of the court: Provided, That nothing herein shall limit other provisions of this Act. Penalties cont. Organizations: Not more than $200,000 if the offense does not result in death./


Morphological Analysis Die Morphologische Analyse

Die Morphologische Analyse Walther Penck (1888-1923) Morphological Analysis Of Landforms Translated (1953) by Hella Czech & Katharine Boswell From (1924) Die Morphologische Analyse 2./ Nature and Aim of Morphological Analysis The Problem study of morphology goes beyond limits of geography need to understand forces that produce land forms ‘problem’ is/form UNLESS there is….. “a constant ratio between the intensity of the denudation acting on the slope unit and the intensity of erosion by the stream”. Chapter/


P ANORAMA EXCEPTION D ATE / P LACE. P RESENTATION OF THE ADAGP ADAGP: A COMPANY CREATED & MANAGED BY ARTISTS Created in 1953, ADAGP is the French royalty.

ADAGP ADAGP: A COMPANY CREATED & MANAGED BY ARTISTS Created in 1953, ADAGP is the French royalty collecting and distribution society in the/. Protected works then may be used without the authorization of the right holders. Limitations and exceptions to copyright and related rights vary from country to country due to /2001/29 introduced one mandatory exception to the right of reproduction about the temporary acts of reproduction which are integral to a technological process. The Directive also makes provision/


The Civil Rights Movement (1950–1968). Positive acts of government that seek to make constitutional guarantees a reality for all people….  No discrimination.

with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology.  Later, at Boston University, King received a Ph.D. in systematic theology.  In 1953, at the age of 26, King became pastor at the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery Alabama.  His start as a Civil Rights /vote on a measure by taking the floor and refusing to stop talking. The Act Is Passed Johnson countered the filibuster with a procedure called cloture, a three- fifths vote to limit debate and call for a vote. In June 1964, the Senate voted for cloture/


* Some hope of cooling off of tension with death of Stalin, 1953 * Eisenhower & Khrushchev meet several times * Summit 1 * Eisenhower proposes disarmament.

* Some hope of cooling off of tension with death of Stalin, 1953 * Eisenhower & Khrushchev meet several times * Summit 1 * Eisenhower proposes /Office of Economic Opportunity, 2billion * $1,000,0000,000 to Appalachia * * Economic Opportunity Act, 1964 * Education Bill * Money to students, not schools * Medicare & Medicaid * * Immigration reform * _____________________ * Doubled amount allowed in * Limited Western hemisphere immigrants * Advocates * * Head Start * Infant mortality rates fell * Critics * /


 Between 1842-1953, Hooker Chemical sealed multiple chemical wastes into steel drums and dumped them into an old canal excavation (Love Canal).  In.

into an old canal excavation (Love Canal).  In 1953, the canal was filled and sold to Niagara Falls / surface runoff  Wind – toxic materials transported to other areas  Clay and plastic liners to limit movement of leachate  Surface and subsurface drainage to collect leachate  Systems to collect methane gas / o Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Cradle-to-the-grave system to keep track waste. o Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) Commonly known as /


25 th June 1950 – 17 th July 1953.  Cold War intensifying  NSC-68 declared that the Soviet Union was a threat “not only to this Republic but to civilization.

post-war period, are just one more indication that the American ruling circles no longer limit themselves to preparation for aggression, but have gone over to direct acts of aggression… As is known, neither the United Nations nor any other international organ /involved us in the wrong war, at the wrong place at the wrong time and with the wrong enemy.  Ceasefire July 27 th 1953  38 th parallel ( line of demarcation)  50,000 Chinese and North Korean POW declined repatriation.  33,000 Americans killed /


An Affluent Society 1953 – 1960 Chapter 24. BUSINESS Per Capita Income: Average income per person; increased from $1526 to $2788 Business Conglomerates:

new designs every year Resulted in need for better roads Interstate Highway Act: provided $26 billion to build an interstate system more than 40,/ CHALLENGES TO CONFORMITY Hollywood: James Dean, Marilyn Monroe Rock & Roll: Clevland, OH, 1953, music grown out of rhythm-and-blues tradition. Elvis Presley: flamboyant style, good looks/Modern Republicanism: cutting govt spending, reducing taxes, and balancing the national budget, limit the President’s power Favored big business – as cabinet members, Secretary of/


Chapter 14 The Development of the Judiciary. Judicial Review Right of federal courts to declare laws of Congress and acts of the executive branch unconstitutional.

laws of Congress and acts of the executive branch unconstitutional Right of federal courts to declare laws of Congress and acts of the executive branch / judicial activism! This is what turns the Court onto a course of judicial activism! Cases Limiting Regulation Pollock v. Farmers’ Loan & Trust (1895) Pollock v. Farmers’ Loan & /of Chief Justice Earl Warren in 1953 Has become extremely activist since the arrival of Chief Justice Earl Warren in 1953 Federal government increasingly able to regulate /


A/E Services Construction Bonds. A/E Services Brooks Act - 1972 - State Adopted Principles - Represented in Procurement Code.

Construction Bonds A/E Services Brooks Act - 1972 - State Adopted Principles /Related Delays Contractor to Plan for bad weather days Sometimes called “unusually severe” Construction 4.10.1 – Use of Site - Limits Staging Area - Protect Site & Work - Clean Up of Site – Associated Costs, Fines, Etc. Construction 6.1 –/Bond is executed pursuant to the provisions of Title 63, Chapter 56, Utah Code Annotated, 1953, as amended, and all liabilities on this Bond shall be determined in accordance with said provisions/


Voltage-Gated Ca 2+ Channels. History Fatt & Katz (1953) discovered an exception to Na APs: – Na substitution made APs stronger! – TEA antagonism spread.

2+ Channels History Fatt & Katz (1953) discovered an exception to Na APs/complex is free to produce displacement (shortening), the physical underpinning of contraction Ca-calmodulin acts on cytoskeletal complexes to influence motility, migration Synaptic Transmission AP travels down axon to /this and suggested that free intracellular Ca blocks the channels somehow! Thus, HVA function would be self-limiting, inactivating channels until local [Ca] in is reduced via pumping In this scheme, inactivation is [/


Plantations Labour Act. Statistics Enacted in the year 1951 Amendment amended by Acts Nos. 42 of 1953, 34 of 1960, 53 of1961, 58 of 1981 and 61 of 1986.

Enacted in the year 1951 Amendment amended by Acts Nos. 42 of 1953, 34 of 1960, 53 of1961, 58 of 1981 and 61 of 1986 Objectives An act to provide for the welfare of labour to regulate the conditions of / maintained in pursuance of this Act PROVISIONS AS TO HEALTH Drinking water Toilet facility separately for male and female Medical Facilities PROVISIONS AS TO WELFARE Canteens Crèches Recreational facilities Educational facilities Housing facilities HOURS AND LIMITATION OF EMPLOYMENT Weekly hours Not /


DNA – The Molecule of Life. In April 1953, James Watson and Francis Crick shook the scientific world with an elegant double-helical model for the structure.

countless ways. Each gene has a unique order of nitrogen bases. In April 1953, Watson and Crick published a succinct, one-page paper in Nature reporting their/ disorder, mutations in their skin cells are left uncorrected and cause skin cancer. Limitations in the DNA polymerase create problems for the linear DNA of eukaryotic chromosomes. The/processes linking genes to proteins In DNA or RNA, the four nucleotide monomers act like the letters of the alphabet to communicate information. The specific sequence of/


A/E Services Construction Bonds. A/E Services Brooks Act - 1972 - State Adopted Principles - Represented in Procurement Code.

Bonds A/E Services Brooks Act - 1972 - State Adopted Principles/on Site - Warranty - General 1-Year Warranty - All Workmanship, Materials & Equipment - Manufacturer’s Warranty - Contractor Disclose/Highlight Limitations?? Scope of Work Issues - DFCM Facility Issues - Will work void previous warranty? - Roofs - HVACs – Boilers - I.T/is executed pursuant to the provisions of Title 63, Chapter 56, Utah Code Annotated, 1953, as amended, and all liabilities on this Bond shall be determined in accordance with said/


The Brown Act Open Meetings For Local Legislative Bodies Adopted in 1953.

The Brown Act Open Meetings For Local Legislative Bodies Adopted in 1953 A Parable Imagine that the City of Los Angeles just invalidated all zoning laws. This means your neighbors can now turn /case of a dire emergency. Meeting Requirements No action or discussion can be undertaken on any item not appearing on the posted agenda with certain limited exceptions The agenda for regular meetings shall provide an opportunity for members of the public to directly address the legislative body on any item of interest/


2011-2012 Report on Enrollments and Impaction Academic Senate Presentation November 10, 2011 Steve Murray, Acting Vice President – Academic Affairs 1.

Academic Senate Presentation November 10, 2011 Steve Murray, Acting Vice President – Academic Affairs 1 College Year FTES / (all majors) at the undergraduate level. Implementing CSU Impaction Criteria is Necessary to Control Enrollments by Limiting The Admission of New Students 4 Types of CSU Admissions Impaction Campus impaction – A local area is/ 2010-11**3,9124,16552,124 2011-12*** (exceed current budgeted targets by 3%) 4,1953,53251,100 2012-13 (preliminary –exceed current targets by 5%) 4,100 52,000 27 /


The Companies Act 1956 Definition & characteristics of a company,, Kinds of Companies, Provisions relating to incorporation, : Memorandum of Association,

the recommendation of the Committee Report, a Bill was introduced in the parliament in 1953 which later on took the shape of the present Company Act viz. the Companies Act, 1956. Company:-  The word ‘company’ has no strict technical or legal / Three names in order of priority conforming to the provisions of the Act and the Guidelines issued by Department of Company Affairs in this regard:  Name to end with the word(s) ‘Limited’ or ‘Private Limited’, as the case may be  except: (i)Section 25 Companies /


Krugman Text Microeconomics 2 nd Edition. Paul Krugman born February 28, 1953) is an American economist, columnist and author. He is Professor of Economics.

Krugman Text Microeconomics 2 nd Edition Paul Krugman born February 28, 1953) is an American economist, columnist and author. He is Professor of Economics and International/us? Economics is an empirical science. Models of Behavior, Not Thought Processes Act v. Thought Psychology v. Economics Behavioral Economics A sub discipline of economics that examines consumer behavior in the face of psychological limitations and complications that may interfere with rational decision making. Traditional Economic Model’s/


U/S 44 AB of Income Tax Act, 1961 [Guidance Note on Tax Audit (Revised 2014) issued by the ICAI] Tax Audit A.Y. 2016-17 ID:

by final outcome of the proceeding. Vivek P. Talwar vs Asst. CIT [2010] 8 Taxmann.com 268 (Mum.). Also see CIT v. Hirjee [1953] 23 ITR 427 (SC)  In case of illegal business, fine or penalty imposed thereon is not deductible (Expln. to Sec. 37(1)). / assessees ref. earlier both u/s 44AD & 44AF. Amendment in Sec. 44AB w.e.f. AY 2017-18 [by Finance Act, 2016] 238  Threshold limit in case of profession increased to Rs. 50 lakh from Rs.25 lakh  Assessees carrying on profession and having gross receipts of /


Overview: Life’s Operating Instructions

Life’s Operating Instructions In 1953, James Watson and Francis /the dispersive model First replication Second replication Parent cell Conservative model. The two parental strands reassociate after acting as templates for new strands, thus restoring the parental double helix. Semiconservative model. The two /of telomeres in germ cells The shortening of telomeres might protect cells from cancerous growth by limiting the number of cell divisions There is evidence of telomerase activity in cancer cells, which /


Section 4 The Cold War at Home Pages 851-857.  1.Discuss the actins the U.S. government took to limit communism at home, and describe how these actions.

The Cold War at Home Pages 851-857  1.Discuss the actins the U.S. government took to limit communism at home, and describe how these actions affected Americans’ everyday lives.  2. Explain how Senator /of giving the Soviet Union atomic-energy secrets during WWII. Many said they were victims of communist hysteria. Executed in June, 1953.  Internal Security Act: 1950- Required all Communist Party members and organizations to register with the federal government. Stricter controls on immigration that may be /


Section 44AB of Income Tax Act, 1961 Assisted By: CA Apoorva Bhardwaj

outcome of the proceeding. Vivek P. Talwar vs Asst. CIT [2010] 8 Taxmann.com 268 (Mum.). Also see CIT v. Hirjee [1953] 23 ITR 427 (SC) In case of illegal business, fine or penalty imposed thereon is not deductible (Expln. to Sec. 37(1/ from carrying on business or profession, Which is assessable as business/profession income under the Act. the gross receipts of business and profession should not be clubbed to determine whether the limit prescribed in section 44AB(a) is exceeded or not. U/s 145(1) “Sales/


Vietnam: Background 1945-1961 France and Vietnam (1945 - 1953) Indochina (later Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia) was a French colony and after WWII they.

Vietnam: Background 1945-1961 France and Vietnam (1945 - 1953) Indochina (later Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia) was a French colony and after WWII they wanted to be free France denied /involvement in Vietnam that was leaked to the NY Times –Revealed that American leaders lied to Congress and the American people regarding Vietnam War Powers Actlimited President’s powers, had to get consent from Congress before sending troops Americans became more distrustful of government –Pentagon Papers: Secret study of US /


THE POLICY OF CONTAINMENT IN ASIA The Korean War, 1950 - 1953.

at the request of either Joseph Stalin or Mao Zedong. In fact, he had acted on his own, but both the Soviets and the Chinese would offer their sympathies and/, due to the passage of another amendment to the Constitution – which set term limits upon the Presidency. Passed by Congress in 1947 and ratified by the states in /David Eisenhower defeated the Democratic candidate – Aldai Stevenson. The Korean War Ends in Stalemate In 1953, an armistice was signed ending the fighting in the Korean War. At the 38 th /


100 Years Ago There were only 8,000 cars in the U.S., and only 144 miles of paved roads. The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10 mph. Road Maintenance.

only 144 miles of paved roads. The maximum speed limit in most cities was 10 mph. Road Maintenance and / Extreme Heat / Cold Ice Storms DroughtTornadoes Extreme Air Quality Events Ontario Emergency Management Act Weather Hazard Risk Assessment (Vulnerability Assessment) Hazards Website: Hazards Website: http://www.hazards/ Maintenance Ottawa Trends … Observations Snow decreasing Rain increasing Total Annual Freezing Rain Hours (Days) for Ontario Stations (1953-2001) 6 (3) 5 (2) 6 (2) 22 (7) 12 (4) 8 (3) /


Childhood Asthma 上海交通大学医学院附属新华医院 鲍一笑 1953-1995 ( 42 岁) Died in Thailand due to acute asthma exacerbation 邓丽君.

Childhood Asthma 上海交通大学医学院附属新华医院 鲍一笑 1953-1995 ( 42 岁) Died in/ Step3 Moderate persistent Daily symptoms>1 times a week60%-80%>30% Step4 Severe persistent Continual symptoms Limited physical activity Frequent≤60%>30% Differential diagnosis Viral bronchiolitis Foreign body Congenital laryngeal stridor Tuberculosis of /budesonide attain normal adult height. Bronchodilators Short-acting inhaledβ-agonist (SABA) Give their rapid onset of action, effectiveness, and 4–6 hr duration of action. (/


Sino-soviet relations [1949-76]. TIMELINE 1950  Treaty of Friendship, Alliance and Mutual Assistance 1953  Stalin’s death 1956  Twentieth Congress.

Mao considered himself the junior Stalin and therefore following Stalin’s death in 1953, Mao felt himself senior to Khrushchev. Mao disliked the new Soviet leader’/national diplomacy and the balance of power - dented the idea of a communist bloc acting as one - forced USSR to change their thinking in international relations; world now / fed into pressures that promoted Détente and that produced agreements on trade, arms limitations and human rights Potential questions 1. CAUSES OF SINO-SOV SPLIT 2. IMPACT OF/


1945 -1953 The Cold War: New World Order. AP PARTS ATTENTION JAPANESE PEOPLE. EVACUATE YOUR CITIES. Because your military leaders have rejected the thirteen.

May 1945 http://maps.omniatlas.com/europe/19450502/ Truman Presidency Before taking office, Truman had limited foreign policy knowledge Only met w/FDR twice in 4 mos. as Vice-President No knowledge/ Czechoslovakia Berlin Airlift, 1948 – 1949 NATO (1949) –North Atlantic Treaty Organization (military alliance) 1947 National Security Act, estab. NSC, CIA, Dept. of Defense 1948 Selective Service System brought back (2 yrs of service) The/until 1953 to bring truce (38 th parallel border) 140,000 injured and dead


Richard Nixon  President of the U.S. from 1969-1974.  Vice President under Eisenhower from 1953- 1961.  Served in the Congress from 1946-1952.  Only.

U.S. from 1969-1974.  Vice President under Eisenhower from 1953- 1961.  Served in the Congress from 1946-1952.  Only/market  Main reason: increase Sino-Soviet tension  “Growing dissidence between the U.S.S.R. and China has limited both countries in the pursuit of policies basically antagonistic to U.S. interests.”  “Beyond this, the dispute has/Congressional Budget and Impound- ment Control Act, 1974) 34 “Stagflation” Affects Ford and Carter administration Ford: WIN (Whip Inflation Now) The pardon of/


Modern Europe The Second World War cost Russia almost one- third of her wealth They launched a new Five-Year Plan Stalin died in 1953 In 1955 by Nikita.

to make amends for Stalin’s atrocities Boris Pasternak wrote Dr. Zhivago – showed the limits of the thaw – received the Nobel Prize He tried to ease the tension with /Plans The first major figure to declare independence from Moscow was Tito of Yugoslavia 1953, after Stalin’s death, riots broke out in Berlin – quickly suppressed 1956/ the six countries negotiated the GATT agreement 1969 Britain joined 1985 The Single European Act 1991 The Maastricht Treaty a) common currency b) common policies Today there are /


Stalin Single Party States. Josef Stalin (1880-1953) historical reference Revolution of 1917 brings Bolsheviks to power in Russia Russian Civil War ended.

Lenin’s testament, but Kamenev and Zinoviev persuaded Central Committee not to act—thinking they had the upper hand on Stalin – 1924-Trotsky published /finally surpassed pre- collectivization production – Livestock did not reach pre-collectivization levels until 1953 Impact on Workers To meet high targets, new work practices introduced – Uninterrupted /by 1939 79% of doctors were women Though higher admin jobs still limited to men Stalin and Religion Under Czars Russian orthodox church supreme Bolsheviks/


1953 – 1960. Chapter 28 – Section 1  By 1952: Truman began to lose support  Many Americans were upset over the stalemated war in Korea and worried.

to make the federal government “smaller rather than bigger”  Supported economic policies to limit government spending and encouraged private enterprise  Removed the wage & price controls and / (excess) of $300 million 1956: Congress passed the Federal Highway Act Funded the construction of more than 40,000 miles of highways This/ government became a dictatorship  It also formed close ties with the Soviet Union  1953: Joseph Stalin dies and Nikita Khrushchev takes over  1955: Eisenhower, NATO leaders,/


Pakistan.  24 th March 1940 – Demand for Separate Homeland was proclaimed.  Indian Independence Act 1935, with certain adaptations and modifications,

making was greatly affected by the scramble for powers among the politicians.  April 1953, removal of Khuwaja Nazimuddin.  Mr. Muhammad Ali Bogra, Pak-Ambassador in/Muslim league defeated in General Election in East Pakistan.  Constituent Assemblys decision  Replaced PRODA Act of 1948-1949 on 20 th September, 1954.  Powers to remove corrupt & inefficient /not functioning properly and there is visible danger to the federation.  Limited authority in legislation  If the President does not give assent to a/


Vietnam War 1953-1975. Background  Vietnam has battled for independence since 200 BC from invasions by China from the north.  Vietnam fought but fell.

.  This strengthened U.S. commitment to it’s “Containment” policy. Domino Theory  Eisenhower became president of the U.S. in 1953, and warned that if Vietnam fell to communism, the other Southeast Asian countries would follow. This spread of Communism around the world was called/ Impact  $150 billion spent by U.S. government.  Congress passed the War Powers Act in 1973 that set a 60 day limit on the Presidents commitment to troops in conflicts.  Relations between the U.S. and Vietnam resumed in 1995.


COMMON OFFENCES UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT 1965

2004 2005 2006 Annual Change (2005-2006) Local companies (private limited) 35,919 38,293 37,465 38,076 1.6% Local companies (public limited with share capital) 85 144 170 -50.0% Local companies (limited by guarantee) 78 100 67 91 35.8% Local companies (/not an authorized dealer unless such person has obtained the permission of the Controller of Foreign Exchange under the Exchange Control Act 1953 (ECA). Buying or selling of foreign currency by a resident who is not an authorised dealer, with a person outside/


Economic Policy 1950-Present. Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956 provided government funding for superhighways that gave drivers easy access to the suburbs.

Economic Policy 1950-Present Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956 provided government funding for superhighways that gave drivers easy access to the suburbs. American Presidents 1933-1945: FDR (D) 1945- 1953: Harry S Truman (D) 1953-1961: Dwight Eisenhower (R) 1961-1963: JFK (/ Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act (1996) – States were given the authority to run their own welfare programs. – A lifetime limit of 5 years of aid per family – Required adults to work/


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