Stricter rules proposed with regards to airplanes by US lawmakers

Legislators who challenged officials for the way they accepted the Boeing 737 Max would recommend reforming the manner that the Federal Aviation Administration accredits new plane designs and utilizes private-sector staff to conduct safety research. Leading Democrats and Republicans in the House's Committee on Transport have said Tuesday they will submit their bill and on … Continue reading Stricter rules proposed with regards to airplanes by US lawmakers

NATIONAL QUIZ COMPETITION ON LAW OF TORTS BY ETCHING THE PATH

About: Etching the Path brings forth a National Quiz Competition on Law of Torts. Here you’ll Get an opportunity to increase and test your knowledge and get a chance to win exciting perks.        Learn and Grow with Us!!! Who we Are: Etching the Path aims towards enhancing the knowledge of the people associated with the … Continue reading NATIONAL QUIZ COMPETITION ON LAW OF TORTS BY ETCHING THE PATH

ADR MECHANISMS FOR RESOLVING EMPLOYMENT AND INDUSTRIES RELATED DISPUTES IN INDIA

ABSTRACT The term ‘industries related disputes’ or ‘industrial disputes’ could be interpreted widely to include corporate and fiscal laws as well. The Indian Parliament proposed the word ‘labour’ over the term ‘industrial’ in the Labour Bill, 1997 which was eventually lapsed.The term industries-related disputes’ in this paper only covers the employment and labour-related disputes. Labour … Continue reading ADR MECHANISMS FOR RESOLVING EMPLOYMENT AND INDUSTRIES RELATED DISPUTES IN INDIA

THE RULE OF COMPETENCE-COMPETENCE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDIAN AND ENGLISH LAW

ABSTRACT The rule of competence-competence means the intensity of the arbitral council to decide its own ward. This standard has discovered a spot in the intervention laws of a few nations since it encourages quick settlement of debates by guaranteeing that requests identifying with award are settled at the earliest reference point. Both the Indian … Continue reading THE RULE OF COMPETENCE-COMPETENCE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDIAN AND ENGLISH LAW

National Blog Writing Competition by Etching the Path: Register by 25/10/2020

About the Blog Writing Competition Etching the Path invites your submissions for the 1st National Blog Writing Competition.Register by: October 25th, 2020Submit by: November 1st, 2020 Theme The submission should deal with a relevant/contemporary issue concerning law or policy. Objective To encourage and provide opportunities for research to the students having passion to write and … Continue reading National Blog Writing Competition by Etching the Path: Register by 25/10/2020

‘Don’t let political parties exploit you’: Navjot Singh Sidhu urges farmers to contest polls

He said that 60 per cent of Punjab’s population works in the farming sector, hence farmers are in majority in the state.“If you are in majority, why don’t you all unite together and contest elections so as to send your representatives to Vidhan Sabha? If your voice is in Vidhan Sabha, they will speak for … Continue reading ‘Don’t let political parties exploit you’: Navjot Singh Sidhu urges farmers to contest polls

Recovered cases in India exceed active cases by more than 41.5 lakhs

India's Covid-19 tally crossed the 61-lakh mark on Tuesday with a spike of 70,589 new cases and 776 deaths reported in the last 24 hours. The country's Covid count stands at 61,45,292 including 9,47,576 active cases, according to the Union health ministrySerum Institute of India said on Tuesday it would get a further $150 million … Continue reading Recovered cases in India exceed active cases by more than 41.5 lakhs

Man accused of rape, acquitted after 20 years by the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court in this 20 year old pending rape case, has acquitted the alleged, stating that the relationship was consensual and the filing of the case was an “afterthought” of the so called victim in light of the accused getting married to another woman.The three judge bench set aside the conviction given by the … Continue reading Man accused of rape, acquitted after 20 years by the Supreme Court

Consortium of NLUs: CLAT 2020 conducted successfully in a student-friendly manner

Faizan Mustafa, the convenor of the Consortium of National Law Universities, speaking on its behalf has stated the successful completion of CLAT 2020 in a press note released on 28th September. The exam was said to be the most "student-friendly at their convenience" and no technical glitches had occurred.  There were 75,183 applicants for CLAT … Continue reading Consortium of NLUs: CLAT 2020 conducted successfully in a student-friendly manner