Criminal Law, Terrorism and Human Rights

Dr. N S Soman,1Associate Professor, School of Legal Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi-22, Kerala. There are universally accepted norms for the Protection of human rights. International standards and norms for the protection of human rights are incorporated in the International Bill of Human Rights comprising of Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Covenant...

Constitution and the Public Administration

Dr.(Prof.) Ravishankar K. Mor, Asst. Prof., Dept. of Law, Yeshwant Mahavidyalaya, Wardha1. Public Administration in any country is defined in its constitution, so also in India; the Constitution has clearly spelt out the powers, functions and goals of public administration. The Constitution of India has clearly articulated the social and economic goals and has specified agents for achieving the promised...

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill 2013

Aastha Mehta, Student of Law, GNLU, Gandhinagar Skyrocketing prices in real estate sector is not uncommon phenomena, especially for metropolitan cities, and also the fact that scrunch of land is increasing will only contribute to the increase in prices of land, much to the disadvantage of consumers. The proposed bill on Real estate, was introduced in Rajya Sabha, in 2013, and on perusal of the bill,...

Book Review Competition Law

Title of the Book: Competition Law Author: Dr. Avtar Singh, Advocate, Ex-Reader in Law, Lucknow University & Dr. Harpreet Kaur, Professor, National Law University Delhi Edition:First Edition, Student Edition, 2012 Publication House: Eastern Book Company (P) Ltd., 34A, Lalbagh, Lucknow-226001 ISBN – 13: 9789350286661 ISBN – 10: 93-5028-666-1 Price: Rs. 475 Review By: Dr. Ashish Kumar...

CSR and the Companies Act 2013

Has it really achieved the objectives or are we still far from achieving a strict compliance with the CSR policies Sandeep Menon Nandakumar, Assistant Professor (Sr.), VIT Law School, Chennai It is an undisputed fact that multinational corporations wield more power and wealth than many of the nations across the world1. Due to the very same reason, they are capable of doing more harm than any other...