IntroductionA trial in an Indian court may take months or years to resolve. This is not only highly time consuming but also very expensive. A quick solution to speedy and inexpensive resolution is mediation. In simple words mediation is the process w ..
INTRODUCTIONThe Madhya Pradesh Accommodation Control Act, 1961 (in short, The Act) The Accommodation Act is an Act to provide the legislation and control of letting and rent of accommodation. It provides the law relating to expeditious trial of evict ..
IntroductionBonded labour is debt bondage and is a form of slavery that has been practiced for ages. It is known as the worst form of modern slavery and is a profitable business as most of the labourers are made to work for maximum time with minimal ..
IntroductionManual scavenging is the practice of removing human excreta by hand from sewers or septic tanks. India banned the practice under the Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and their Rehabilitation Act, 2013 (PEMSR). This manual sc ..
Introduction The Preamble speaks of “We, the people of India '' resolving to secure inter alia “Justice – social, economic and political” to “all its citizens” and hence the judiciary becomes highly essenti ..
Key Takeaways It is the sole responsibility of the Supreme Court of India and the various High Courts to protect the fundamental rights of the citizens in our country and uphold constitutionalism. Hence, that wide powers were needed to be given to th ..
Key Takeaways The electoral process and the election system form the base for a strong constitutional foundation. The free and fair elections are fundamental basis for success of democracy. Electoral reforms refer to introduction of best practices in ..
IntroductionIndia is a country with a population of billions. While it has its problems of its own, the most complex problem to solve is managing this big a population. In a democratic country with a billion people under the hand of one government bo ..