Prashant Abhilekhand Chandra Sen talks about the Debta Recovery Tribunal seeks to analyse whether it is allowed for the borrower to have independent proceedings go on, parallel to the ones in DRT or is it compulsory for the same to be transferred under the jurisdiction of the DRT.
Appointment or disappointment: Problem and perspective to the appointment of judges in the Indian Judiciary
Harsh Gagrani writes about the problems and perspective related to the appointment of judges in the Indian Judiciary.
Shubham Khare and Niharika Maske gives an extensive analysis about the tension between RBI and CCI.
Varun Chablani and Alok Nayak write about the Constitutional validity of Section 21 of the Hindu Succession Act, 1956.
Kunika Pandey writes about the disability care and Indian infrastructure highlighting the sufferings and social setbacks of the disabled.
Niharika Maske has presented us with a case analysis of Elpro Internationals Ltd. the recent judgement passed by the Bombay High Court.
Shubham Khare has presented here an extensive case analysis of Re: OCL India Ltd. This case note analyses the recent order passed by the SEBI in the matter of acquisition of voting rights of OCL India Limited pertaining to question that whether buy back of Securities triggers an open offer under the takeover code.
Pre-Arbitration procedures (Section 1-Section 50) of the 1996 Arbitration Act: A comparative analysis between the UNCITRAL Model Law and the Indian Judicial (Mis)interpretations of the pre-arbitration procedures of the Indian Arbitration Act 1996
Shubhang Setlur and Zehaan Trivedi here writes about a comparative analysis between the UNCITRAL Model law and the Ins=dian Judicial (Mis)interpretations of the pre-arbitration procedures of the Indian Arbitration Act, 1996.
Preserving Our Oceans: Analysis Of Environment Treats, International Obligations, And Participatory Approach Towards Conservation Of Marine
Mishita Jethi talks about the variuos environment treats, international obligations and participatory approach towards the conservation of marine life and our oceans.
Salmoli Choudhari has prsent a case analysis on Rajesh Kumar v State of Himachal Pradesh which deals with Sections 302 and 34 of the Indian Penal Code i.e. human mental intent, which forms the foundation of criminology.
Vinita Choudhary here gives us a comparative study between the separation of powers between India, U.S.A., U.K. and France.
Sanchit Agarwal and Sujoy Chatterjee talks about the position of wife after marriage in India and laws relating to Marital Rape.
Pritanshu Shrivastava and Rohit Padhi writes about the Sexual harrasment at work place and its implications.
Aniket Deepak Agarwal and Abhiroop Mukherjee writes about the NGOs and CSOs and their growth in any developing country.