Exploitation of Resources – The Public Trust Doctrine By Jaideep Singh Saluja

Natural resources are considered one of the important capitals for the survival of living creature. The world is developing by using the natural resources available in its environment.  To develop one, the environment is being badly affected. The exploitation of resources has lead to degradation of the environment. As, to develop a lot deforestation, soil … Continue reading Exploitation of Resources – The Public Trust Doctrine By Jaideep Singh Saluja

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE BY Anonymous

INTRODUCTION The moral ensemble of a Corporate‘s fabric is an essential feature of a corporate personality. Governance, however intangible play a prominent part in Corporate‘s performance, if practiced by heart can prevent the erosion of standards and serve as a yardstick for measurement of a corporate‘s overall progress. Corporate Excellence is a destination which could … Continue reading CORPORATE GOVERNANCE BY Anonymous

NOTA option to voters in the forthcoming election

NOTA stands for none of the above, these days the Indian politics is no more a matter of democracy of citizens, it has become a business it has been commercialized the ministers purchase votes from the people in exchange for money or favors at the cost of their affliction, and fake guarantees, consequently they get … Continue reading NOTA option to voters in the forthcoming election

Plea Bargaining- An overview By Priyanka Dadhich

“Pleading Guilty and Bargaining for a lesser sentence”, this is the shortest and simplest meaning of Plea Bargaining. It is a kind of negotiation between the prosecution and defendant before the trial where the defendant agrees to plead guilty in exchange for some concessions from the prosecutor. Plea Bargaining totally changed the Indian Criminal Justice … Continue reading Plea Bargaining- An overview By Priyanka Dadhich

Codification of real estate law ( Real Estate Regulatory Development bill, 2013) BY SAUMYA SINGH

Before the Real Estate Regulatory Development bill,2013 ( hereinafter, called ‘The 2013 bill’ came into existence, the real estate sector was largely unregulated. There was no law governing this sector, as a result, the consumers were always in a disadvantageous position. They had no rights and remedies in case the real estate agents or promoters … Continue reading Codification of real estate law ( Real Estate Regulatory Development bill, 2013) BY SAUMYA SINGH

ROLE OF UNCRPD IN PROTECTING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY BY RUCHIKA DASH

INTRODUCTION People with Disability in India have come a long way surviving in the society. They have gone through a lot of trouble just to make themselves visible in the society. Research recommends that women with Disability will probably endure more abusive behavior at home and rape than women without a disability. Also, women with … Continue reading ROLE OF UNCRPD IN PROTECTING PEOPLE WITH DISABILITY BY RUCHIKA DASH

The Aim and Purpose of an International Court of Justice By Yashwardhan Rajawat

The aim and purpose of an international court of justice are to decide disputes of a justiciable nature -that is to say, disputes which can be submitted to a court and be determined by principles of justice expressed in rules of law, which may and must of necessity arise between and among nations. To enable … Continue reading The Aim and Purpose of an International Court of Justice By Yashwardhan Rajawat

Compulsory Mediation in Divorce Cases By Divyashree Suri

“Discourage litigation, persuade your neighbours to compromise whenever you can. Point out to them how the normal winner is often a loser in fees, expense, cost and time.” – Abraham Lincoln Introduction Looking at the world through a sociological lens, the importance of family is paramount. The institution of marriage contributes to several aspects of … Continue reading Compulsory Mediation in Divorce Cases By Divyashree Suri

The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016: A Violation of the basic privacy rights? By Sonali Patwal

India has always been a surrogacy hub for people from the different diaspora. The practice of surrogacy has given rise to unethical and immoral practices, exploitation of women indulging in surrogacy, abandoning of a child born out of surrogacy and rise in the number of intermediaries doing a commercial trade of human embryos and gametes. … Continue reading The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016: A Violation of the basic privacy rights? By Sonali Patwal