Need for Transparency In Public Administration

Transparency in Public Administration would go to mean that any citizen of India either has fundamental right or a statutory right to have access to information about the state affairs. Furthermore, denial of access to any information to the public by the public authorities, without proper reasons, would be offence under the law. But would... Continue Reading →


History is replete with many instances of violence. Terrorism is a political violence which is considered unjustified. Terrorist are the actors in terrorism, often addressing themselves as “Freedom fighters” “Jehadis”. Terrorism involves the systematic use of terror. Terror is unleashed in the form of violence causing indiscriminate killing or as threat of violence. Yhough terrorism... Continue Reading →

Discrimination laws

Article 14 of the Indian Constitution says right to equality and no person is above the law and each person will have equal protection of law following by Article 15 which states no discrimination on any basis whether caste, gender, racial, disability or nationality among people, everyone is equal in the eyes of law, but... Continue Reading →

Bureaucrats accountability to people

The word bureaucracy together with communism and imperialism forms a trident, the most forceful weapon in the armoury of words so widely used in the present day political controversies. In free translation a desk government. But in common use, it acquired colour and power as emotion raiser and battle cry. Through distortion and extensive caricature... Continue Reading →

Ambit of POSH, 2013 Act

Vishakha vs. State of Rajasthan, the case in which guidelines by Supreme Court related to the prevention of sexual harassment of women at workplace, as earlier the women has to tackle their home and children, and men has to earn the daily bread but as society change and develop, the concept of equality and equity... Continue Reading →

Failure of Indian Federalism

The Indian Federalism failed when these five states demanded for separate insurgencies: Kashmir and Punjab in North India and Mizoram, Nagaland and Assam in the Northeast, but after that no such case arise in which the secessionary revolt happened at the polity of two states as the ultimate purpose of Federalism in India to keep... Continue Reading →

ADR and the cyber-security

During the online session, either party or both the parties’ facets to keep the proceedings hidden but communicating through e-mail or through browser or other platforms is uncertain as the risk of hackers and pirated users deflect the information and communication will increase. Spoofing is the most easiest and common way to hijack the confidential... Continue Reading →

Feasibility of ADR in India

Litigation in India is the primary tool which the people seek for justice, and ADR is less developed in India and ODR has no existence in India. Time-barred court buildings are not much updated to technology much and as Covid-19 incites to move to online activity, the need for an ADR in India will be... Continue Reading →

Need law to tackle Lockdown Defaults?

The lockdown imposed by the government to check the the Covid-19 pandemic could lead to many complex legal disputes arising out of non performance of contractual and statutry obligations by people, companies and authorities and the centre should bring a law to deal with the issue. Such a law is the need of the hour... Continue Reading →

Death penalty

Death penalty is known as capital punishment. The word “capital punishment” is made of de capitation. It means to cut the upper part of a body. It is connected with capital offence. If we go through the history of crime and punishment, we come across harrowing tales of inhuman tortures inflicted on offenders by way... Continue Reading →


Any nation can stand on world stage only on the basis of a healthy economy. For a developing country, the domestic economy depends a lot on public and private sectors. But in our country when public sector has not been performing up to the expectations. In fact, the public sector in India has been hindering... Continue Reading →

ADR as an adequate tool to the commercial world

Lex mercatoria, an E-Commerce directive, from European Union, requiring states to ensure that parties to the dispute are not obstructed to go for ADR mechanism and using electronic tools for settlement, this kind of corresponding law is required to be framed in order to encourage ADR in India.[1]Encryption and other security protocols has to be... Continue Reading →

Can India Get Rid Of Corruption?

There is an all pervading corruption in our socio-economic and political structure and this has not spared even our own family life- such is the rotten state of India. A degrading value system as advocated by the followers of power mongers distances us from the power of our sense of duty, morality and honesty against... Continue Reading →

One Nation One Law

India is an ancient civilization governed by customs and traditions. Sometimes, it is called the museum of various religions, castes, cultures and ethnic groups. If we go down the ancient period we find that India was governed only geographically and not politically. Religion played an important role in the political life of the nation and... Continue Reading →

Religion and Science

“Science doesn’t require religion for its existence and religion doesn't need science for its existence”, but man needs both Ever since the dawn of civilisation, men of wisdom - intellectuals and scholars, philosophers and politicians were in divided camps in their contentions over the relative worth and dignity of science and religion. It is indeed... Continue Reading →


Our environment is a natural gift that has been abused to no end by mankind Air, water and soil pollution has been a rising concern from a very long time. The population of Delhi has seen exponential growth over the last few decades. Apart from the natural population growth Delhi sees thousands of immigrants come... Continue Reading →


Judiciary and justice lies to the centre of any democratic country. It is the only means through which a check on the limitless powers of the executive and the legislative could be exercised A working and effective court can ensure that the nation remains a welfare state and should not turn into a police or... Continue Reading →

Do we need Virtual Hearings Post Lockdown?

Welcoming the temporary shift to virtual hearings, which is less likely to be continued post Covid? But do we need it? I am of the view that they should be integrated with the physical functioning of courts after reopening. Since the lockdown, there has been no more rushing to courts, jostling with lawyers and wearing... Continue Reading →

Covid Crises vs. Emergency Era

The Supreme Court’s handling of the Covid-19 crises cannot be compared with it’s role during the Emergency said by former Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi. 20 senior advocates had accused the SC of exhibiting Emergency type mindset, by not intervening in time and preventing the migrant crises from unfolding. The role of Judiciary in... Continue Reading →

Labour Reforms

India reforms only in a crises, has been the succour economists have proffered in gloomy Covid Times. The Uttar Pradesh government has done well to set the ball rolling by approving an ordinance exempting businesses from most labour laws for the next three years. Madhya Pradesh quickly followed suit with similar labour reforms. This should... Continue Reading →

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