Analysis of the Issues in the Anti-Defection Law in India

For the stability of the government by the brutal majority of Rajiv Gandhi government and the Anti Defection Law was introduced in 1985.

Explained: Privatisation of Public Sector Banks in India

It has been noticed that private sector banks perform better than public sector banks for a very long time now.

Myth as Means of Organizing Society

Introduction “It would seem that mythological worlds have been built up only to be shattered again, and that new worlds were built from the fragments.” Franz Boas (memoirs of the American Folklore Society) Whenever we hear the word “Myth”, the mind...

Police brutality and Exemption in India

Powers under the law are immense and adequate and this does not extend to any form of physical violence. Under Article 246 of the Indian Constitution, ‘Police’ falls within the State List of the 7th Schedule, therefore it's within...

Right to Protest in India

Introduction As of late the papers and news channels are overflowed with information on ranchers challenging the Ranchers charge 2020 and walking towards the capital city from different spots in the Punjab and Haryana. While a few statements it as...

Central Government Notifies Amendment in Copyright Rules, 2021

The copyright regime in India is governed by the Copyright Act, 1957 and the Copyright rules, 2013. Copyright can be described as one of the forms of protection for the intellectual property granted to the creators having original works...

The Bhoodan Movement

Pyramid-like hierarchy (from the landless masses at the bottom to the privileged people at the top) or conical-economic-system prevents any incentives from government programmes from reaching the landless and destitute peasants (more than 50 per cent of the agricultural labour households were landless in 1950-51 and their number was increased to 57 per cent in 1956-57). 

What Will Be the Future of Globalisation?

In the COVID-19 pandemic, there is a debate about what will happen to globalization now? With globalization slowing down, will all countries move towards defensive policies? And if so, when will globalization begin again? The answer to this question...

Artificial Arbitrators – A New Way Towards Dispute Resolution

“I don't see that human intelligence is something that humans can never understand." ~ John McCarthy, March 1989 Introduction Information technology has achieved a whole new level of heights in the last two decades. It has been etched deep down in every...

Analysing the Enforcement Of Foreign Arbitral Awards In Light Of the Vijay Karia Case

Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (Hereinafter “Act”) lays down the basis for setting aside arbitral awards made in domestic and foreign arbitrations held in India. Though international awards cannot be contested in India, the compliance of such awards in India may be validly challenged by the award debtor on the grounds set out in Section 48 of the Act. The grounds set under both these sections are almost similar, one of the grounds being that the arbitral award is found contrary to the “public policy of India”. The question of the constituent elements of “public policy” have been discussed in a number of cases, however, in a recent case of Vijay Karia & Ors. V. Prysmian Cavi E Sistemi Srl & Ors, the SC drew attention to this point viz-a-viz foreign award.

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Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace

Abstract- Workplace harassment is among of the highest prevalent offenses involving Indian women but is also considered unlawful since it...
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