SURROGACY LAWS IN INDIA “ISSUES AND CHALLENGES” BY BITIKA GARG

INTRODUCTION Surrogacy is a booming business all over the world. According to the study by the confederations of Indian industry (CII), the sector is worth ($2) billion. But at the same time, nations all across the globe are condemning commercial surrogacy though it was legalized in India 2002. However, the supporters and opponents of surrogacy … Continue reading SURROGACY LAWS IN INDIA “ISSUES AND CHALLENGES” BY BITIKA GARG

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ROLE OF JUDICIARY TO PROTECT ENVIRONMENT BY BITIKA GARG

INTRODUCTION The main objective of this article was to invent the present scenario and study the nature and extent of till date developments in various environmental statutes, laws, policies and conventions and various issues and suggestions regarding the court decisions and judicial process. The article commences with the meaning, nature and the measures of various … Continue reading ROLE OF JUDICIARY TO PROTECT ENVIRONMENT BY BITIKA GARG

ARBITRATION: A TECHNIQUE TO SOLVE DISPUTE BY CONSENT BY MINAKSHI MISHRA

“Arbitration” means any arbitration whether or not administered by permanent arbitral institution,[1] as defined under THE ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION Act, 1996 Arbitration, a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), is a technique for the resolution of disputes outside the courts. The parties to a dispute refer it to arbitration by one or more persons (the … Continue reading ARBITRATION: A TECHNIQUE TO SOLVE DISPUTE BY CONSENT BY MINAKSHI MISHRA

LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE BILL BY GUNJAN BHAGCHANDANI

‘ORDINANCE’ in a general term means an authoritative order. In a wider sense, it means the principle governing an action or a procedure. It was at the requests of the State government that the ordinance related to the amendment to land acquisition law of 2013 was issued.  The NDA (National Democratic Alliance) is a right-center … Continue reading LAND ACQUISITION ORDINANCE BILL BY GUNJAN BHAGCHANDANI

ARBITRATION IN INDIA – Its Proliferation as an Effective Legal Institution BY AASTHA ANANYA

When two great powers disagree about anything – it doesn’t matter what – they must find a way to settle it somehow by arbitration or by negotiation, not by war or threat of war. -Bertrand Russell It has been very often observed that there have been times when two people get together for accomplishing one … Continue reading ARBITRATION IN INDIA – Its Proliferation as an Effective Legal Institution BY AASTHA ANANYA

Child Rights: Indian Law And Society By Sravani

"A century that began with children having virtually no rights is ending with children having the most powerful legal instrument that not only recognizes but protects their human rights."  - Carol Bellamy In today's world, there are strong forces working against giving children fair and equal access to a happy, productive and healthy existence. Few people … Continue reading Child Rights: Indian Law And Society By Sravani

Development With Respect To International Criminal Law-The Path Forward By Prerna Sharma

The International criminal law has developed from various sources. The war, crimes originate from the law and customs of war, which accord certain protections to individuals in armed conflicts. International law typically governs the rights and responsibilities of states[1], criminal law, conversely, is paradigmatically concerned with prohibitions addressed to individuals, violations of which were being … Continue reading Development With Respect To International Criminal Law-The Path Forward By Prerna Sharma