No intention of joining hands with Shiv Sena: Devendra Fadnavis

Former Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday asserted that the BJP has no intention of joining hands with the Shiv Sena or to bring down the Uddhav Thackeray-led state government. The Shiv Sena snapped ties with the BJP last year after the Maharashtra assembly polls over the issue of sharing the chief ministerial post. … Continue reading No intention of joining hands with Shiv Sena: Devendra Fadnavis

ACCESSIBILITY OF ONLINE MEANS OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

ABSTRACT Nowadays, where business interactions and professional relationships between people and body corporate are increasing, all these also lead to increased conflicts and disputes between parties. Although such disputes can be resolved through offline as well as online modes, parties these days prefer online medium to resolve disputes. Online medium of dispute resolution came into … Continue reading ACCESSIBILITY OF ONLINE MEANS OF ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

BENEFITS OF OPTING ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION OVER LITIGATION

ABSTRACT : Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a non- adversarial method for the settlement of disputes. The first part of this article talks about the basic concept of ADR and litigation, followed by a brief explanation of the mechanisms of ADR. The second part shows a comparison between ADR and litigation and highlights the benefits … Continue reading BENEFITS OF OPTING ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION OVER LITIGATION

GLOBALISING INDIAN EDUCATION BY NEW EDUCATION POLICY

ABSTRACT Education has been regarded as the face of every country’s progress. India is also not exempted from reforming its education policy and infrastructure from time to time. The article opens up by introducing the topic while covering the importance of the education system in global governance, its importance in India, the background of framing … Continue reading GLOBALISING INDIAN EDUCATION BY NEW EDUCATION POLICY

CONCILIATION AS A MECHANISM FOR THE RESOLUTION OF BUSINESS DISPUTES

ABSTRACT All alternative dispute resolution mechanisms are based on party autonomy. Conciliation is one such mechanism wherein an independent and impartial third party enables the disputants to arrive at a settlement. Unlike mediation, the neutral conciliator proposes solutions and persuades the disputants to reach a mutual and friendly agreement. This process is voluntary, flexible, confidential … Continue reading CONCILIATION AS A MECHANISM FOR THE RESOLUTION OF BUSINESS DISPUTES

Decree passed in favour of a dead person under Code of Civil Procedure

ABSTRACT A decree is one of the most customarily terms heard in Civil Matters.The term “decree”has been defined under Section2(2) of the Code of Civil Procedure,1908.In this Article,I will be focusing on decree passed in favour of a dead person under Code of Civil Procedure. As far as the overall standards in regards to the … Continue reading Decree passed in favour of a dead person under Code of Civil Procedure

Good Conduct during Imprisonment: A Ticket to Freedom

Abstract - There are various ways through which an accused who has been awarded a prison sentence can be released. In India, prisoners can be released from prison before their actual date of release on the grounds of good behaviour. By examining their behaviour, the prison authorities tend to determine if the prisoner under their … Continue reading Good Conduct during Imprisonment: A Ticket to Freedom

INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION TRIBUNALS IN INDIA: FURTHER OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

ABSTRACT Existing theoretical meds of international arbitration deal with the wellsprings of worldwide adjudicators' capacity to decide discusses, yet will when all is said in done negligence the movement of that position. In what ways is arbitral dynamic constrained? Are global arbitrators obliged to practice their clout in a specific manner? Assuming this is the … Continue reading INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION TRIBUNALS IN INDIA: FURTHER OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

NEED FOR RECOGNITION OF PARENTAL ABDUCTION AS A CRIME IN INDIA

With the rise in the number of cases of divorce and judicial separation worldwide -the most affected are the children of the parties involved. In terms of custody, one parent receives the custodial rights whereas the other parent is devoid of such custodial rights as per the law of the country[1]. Sometimes, the non-custodial parent … Continue reading NEED FOR RECOGNITION OF PARENTAL ABDUCTION AS A CRIME IN INDIA

Incarcerated Parents and Their Children

Abstract When an offender is punished, there are some other lives that also get punishment. They are the family of that offender. The child who has just born or is in a tender age is symbolized as a criminal. His emotional, psychological, medical and educational strength vanishes and society throws them out. These vulnerable children … Continue reading Incarcerated Parents and Their Children