Public and Private Company

Author : VS Warrier Public and Private Company “A Company means, a company formed and registered under the Companies Act, 1956 or any preceding Acts.” the word company is used to denote an association of persons who have associated together to conduct or to carry on a business for gain. The persons associating together will contribute money for the conduct of the business and the total...

Unilateral exploitation of water by the government and possible limitations

Sandeep Menon Nandakumar1. Water, a basic resource, is essential for life, crucial for relieving poverty, hunger and disease and critical for economic development. Hundreds of millions of men, women and children still do not have proper water for drinking and sanitation. Lack of adequate water resources leads to stunted agricultural or industrial growth forces many to remain unemployed. Need for water...

Innovation of a Business Enterprise

Author : Aditya Patnaik WHAT IS INNOVATION? [Creation + Development + Implementation] new product or service = efficiency, effectiveness and competitive advantage. Innovation is the outcome of new creative ideas related to products, services, process and transforming them into reality through application of research and technology for the benefit of the customer and the market. Innovation is critical...

Conflict between Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights

Competition Law and its conflict with IPR Author: VS Warrier In pursuit of globalization, India has responded positively by opening up its economy, removing controls and resorting to liberalization. In quest of increasing the efficiency of the nation’s economy, the Government of India acknowledged the Liberalization Privatization Globalization era. As a result Indian market faces competition from...

Devices Developed by the Courts for the Protection of Individuals in Standard form of Contract

Standard form of Contract Author: VS Warrier The law of contract has in recent time to face a problem, which is assuming new dimensions. The problem has arisen out of the modern large scale and widespread practice of concluding contracts in standardized form. People upon whom such exemption clauses or standard form contracts are imposed hardly have any choice or alternative but to adhere. This gives...

DNA Profiling

DNA Profiling Author: Kanishk Thakur The Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid (DNA) analysis of body substances is a powerful technology that makes it possible to determine whether the source of origin of one body substance is identical to that of another, and further to establish the biological relationship, if any, between two individuals, living or dead without any doubt. The DNA profiling bill, 2007 should...

Outsourcing and its Economic effect – With special reference to Legal Process Outsourcing.

Author: Kanishk Thakur IN TODAY’S competitive world of business, gaining efficiency and staying profitable have become the corporate “mantras”. Like other BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) activities, India’s legal services are affordable and efficient. Most international law firms based in the US and Europe is taking the Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) route to be lucrative. Several...

Religion and Society

Author: Sourabh Prakash Ahirwar                              Edited by: VS Warrier Religions have a huge impact on the society of a country not only on the religious communities but also on a social, cultural and economic structure of a country. In most of the country rules and regulations are defined and shaped according to the social and religious environment of the country. Religion...

Human Rights under Indian Constitution

Author: Swapan Deb Barma Today human rights are central to the discourse of International Public Policy and Scholarship. And the mechanisms have evolved dramatically since the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) on 10 December 1948. Human Rights do not exist in a vacuum, inevitably, they are formulated by individuals and state and they are implemented by states themselves....

Minor’s Contract under Indian Contract Act

Author: VS Warrier Section 10 of the Indian contract act requires that the parties must be competent to contract. Competence to contract is defined in section 11. Who are competent to contract-every person is competent to contract who is of age of majority according to the law he is subject, and who is of sound mind, and who is not disqualified from contracting by any law he is subject to. AGE OF...

Professional Educational Institutions: A Profit Making Industry

Author : VS Warrier For over a decade, there has been growing concern that opportunities for higher education to the weaker/minority sections of the society are rapidly getting eroded. The persistence of inequities is manifest in local and regional disparities of access, gender discrimination, non-affordable fee structures, confusing eligibility requirements, bewildering admission procedures, reduced...