If it were the name of a course, such as Commercial Law 101, then you would capitalize the words 'commercia law'. However, if you are just speaking about commercial law in general in an essay, then you would not capitalize it.
No it should not be capitalized.
Yes it should be capitalized.
Egyptian should be capitalized but not the ki ngs.
Yes, it should be capitalized and underlined because it is a published work.
Yes, Indian should be capitalized.
Yes, as an acronym LPN should always be capitalized.
yes its a religion
No, unless your saying Mother Goose.
No because its not a proper noun.
If it gives the name of the doctor yes
No, unless you are writing an essay and it is a title because if you are it is yes.
If you are talking about the faith of the Catholic Church, yes.
No. Conjunctions, articles and prepositions are not capitalized. Words with less than 5 letters are not capitalized except when it is the first or last word of the title.
The name of a magazine should be, of course, capitalized, and it can either be underlined or italicized.
Not unless it is the first word in a sentence, or part of a title (book, essay, film). The word nationally is an adverb and would not be used alone as a proper noun.
Yes it should be capitalized. Remember to follow the punctuation that the company in question uses.
Usually, all words except for 1 and 2 letter ones like in, a and of (etc.)
No. It refers to a general class of persons and therefore is not a proper noun that calls for capitalization.
An essay on rural livelihoods in India would likely focus on agriculture. A large percentage of those who live in rural areas of India are farmers. Focus on the crops and animals raised.
If you're typing an essay, you would italicize it, if you're writing an essay, you would underline it.
No you shouldn't. Only the nationality should be capitalized. For example: Mexican, Thai.