CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY-JOURNEY AND CHALLENGES

ABSTRACT The Constitution of India took 2 years, 11 months and 18 days from December 1946 to December 1949 to get fully drafted with a total expenditure of 6.4 million INR. During this duration the draft of Indian Constitution was discussed and debated clause by clause in the Constituent Assembly of India. the Assembly held 11 … Continue reading CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY-JOURNEY AND CHALLENGES

Constitutional Law: Sovereign Immunity

Introduction The sovereign immunity alludes to the way that the government can't be sued without its assent. Sovereign immunity, or crown immunity, is a lawful precept whereby a sovereign or state can't perpetrate a legitimate wrong and is invulnerable to common suit or criminal arraignment, carefully talking in current writings in its own courts. A … Continue reading Constitutional Law: Sovereign Immunity

UNIFORM CIVIL CODE

ABSTRACT The concept of ‘Uniform Civil Code’ is based on the timeless and universal principle of equality before the law. Thus, UCC means one law and one nation. No distinction between majority and minority community. Equal rights and same laws for all in all civil matter and discrimination against none. Article 44 of the Constitution of … Continue reading UNIFORM CIVIL CODE

THE ROLE OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN CRIMINAL TRIALS IN INDIA.

ABSTRACT : The basics of Plea Bargaining and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) have been explained in the initial part of this article. The application of ADR in criminal trials in India has been highlighted to give a better understanding of the entire concept of plea bargaining and its analysis, concerning India. Further, various judicial decisions … Continue reading THE ROLE OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN CRIMINAL TRIALS IN INDIA.

ADR MECHANISMS IN FAMILY DISPUTES

ABSTRACT India is a secular state wherein a large population professes and practices different religions. The Indian legal system, over the years, has also developed in lines with the different religions being practiced in India. We have several personal laws governing different religions. Alternative Dispute Resolution processes are encouraged these days due to its number … Continue reading ADR MECHANISMS IN FAMILY DISPUTES

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

Arrest and Attachment Before Judgement (ORDER XXXVIII)

ABSTRACT The arrest and detention of the debtor 's judgment in a civil prison is one of the modes of execution of the decree. The holder of the decree has the right of selecting a method to execute the decree and usually cannot compel a tribunal to impose a specific mode of implementation in the … Continue reading Arrest and Attachment Before Judgement (ORDER XXXVIII)