Indian law

It’s right time India must to get rid of absurdities in laws

Submitted by asandil on Wed, 05/28/2014 - 18:53

Needless to say that visibly there are blemishes in Indian laws that may seem doltish, outdated, draconian, conflicting, open to misapply and in some cases even interesting and it is high time we dispose of such absurdities to make the legitimate framework powerful, says economist, editorialist and author Bibek Debroy. He was giving an address organized by Moneylife Foundation in Mumbai.

Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in Indian legal system

Submitted by asandil on Fri, 04/18/2014 - 12:11

Public Interest Litigation in allows each and every citizen of India to raise any issue that is very closely related to a public interest. It provides protection to the public interests and their rights. It’s a kind of power that has been to public by the court of law through a certain judicious process. However, it is mandatory for the person filing a petition in the court to give ample proofs to the court that the issue raised by him or her has a grave connection with the public interest.  

Laws and regulations on Child Labour in India

Submitted by asandil on Fri, 04/18/2014 - 12:08

Child labour is nothing but the practice of engaging children in economic activity, on part or full-time basis. Due to this, children get deprived of their childhood, which is harmful for their physical and mental growth and development. Lack of good schools, poverty, child trafficking, ignorance of parents, discrimination of gender, growth of informal economy are the causes considered as the causes of child labour in India. 

‘Right to Privacy’ in India needs both drastic development and remarkable improvement

Submitted by asandil on Fri, 04/18/2014 - 12:03

Privacy is a natural right that every human being requires. It includes so many prospects such as non disclosure of confidential information, sexual affairs, business secrets and non observance of the private matters of any person by others. In simple words, we can say that privacy is a state in which a person enjoys pure isolation and separation from others. 

Indian law firms: keeping pace with the changing times

Submitted by asandil on Fri, 04/18/2014 - 11:59

In the past two decades, India has registered never-before changes in all walks of life. Be it in instructive segment, health area or whatever viable field, the nation is upgrading itself to administer the consistency in each and every area. In such a situation, Indian law is likewise changing itself to actualize better delivery of justice in the perpetually developing nation.

Various aspects of media in India and the relevant legal checks on it

Submitted by asandil on Thu, 04/17/2014 - 19:03

Media is said to be one of the four important pillars of any democratic country. It empowers communities and drives a great societal and environmental change by meaningful storytelling and various forms of creative communications. India is the largest democracy in the world and media has been playing a crucial role here right since its first freedom fight that took place in the year 1857.

Indian law and its key branches at a glance

Submitted by asandil on Wed, 02/12/2014 - 18:19

The law system that is operational in India is called Indian laws. Most of the provisions in Indian judiciary system are influenced by ancient texts including Arthshastra and Manusmriti. Just like Indian constitution, a large part of these provisions has been drawn from some popular laws of western countries. The Indian constitution itself is a great source of laws that are in effect in the country and there are bodies that issue certain rules to be followed by each and every Indian.