Right to Education via Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)

Stretching Arms in Indian Education Industry Abhinav Gaur & Vikram Shah1. The learning plays central role in sustainable development and it contributes immensely to poverty reduction and income generation, empowerment and consolidation of democracy, disease prevention and sustainable health and to the protection of the environment is by now well known2. The importance of education on affirmative...

Science triumphs over law: New era for scientific evidence

Aastha Mehta It is not new for Supreme Court to face novel questions of its citizens for adjudications, however on 6th January, 2014, bench of Justice Chandramauli Prasad and Justice Jagdish Singh Khekar, were faced with a very pertinent question, which had digged up the well-talked about debate of “Science v. Law”. The question arose in the case of Nandlal Wasudeo Baidwak v. Lata Nandlal Baidwak...

Study of Library Information on KSLU ’s Law Colleges Websites

Sri. Chidananda M & Smt. Ashwini N1 Internet and web is an effective source of information of the present day. There is no alternative or substitute to its abundance, utility and value. The creation of a homepage is necessary for library to be recognized and its services to be made available globally. Internet is bringing comprehensive changes in most of our daily activities like it is offering...

Protection of Biodiversity in India: An Analysis

Anshu Bansal, Research Associate Biodiversity has “intrinsic value” – or value for its own sake – but it also has significant value in all cultures for the things that it provides: food, medicine, building and craft materials and spiritual, cultural and aesthetic services. Less obvious, but just as important, are the services that allow natural and human-altered ecosystems (such as agricultural...

No Government sanction required to probe public servants: SC

Shruti Sethi The question whether Central Government’s prior sanction under section 6A of the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act was necessary before a public servant could be proceeded against on corruption charges came before the Apex Court on 17th December 2013. This question arose through an application filed in coal block allocation scam seeking it the direction of the Court to do away with...

Changing trends in the field of Alternate Dispute Resolution

Emergence of Online Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) Prerna Khatri, Research Associate Arbitration and conciliation as a means of alternate dispute resolution have been serving as an effective means of resolving dispute rather than resorting to the rather stringent and tedious litigation procedure. It serves as a means of peaceful and harmonious settlement between the conflicting parties by submitting...

International Arbitration and Corruption

Risha Sharma, Research Associate Corruption is a disease that has gripped and embedded itself deep within the everyday function by immeasurable lengths. In international trade and investment, corruption is often associated with the bribing of a foreign public official who has some degree of influence over international business involving his or her country. The official is promised, offered or given,...