Browsing Category »Perspective«

Sports Law: A Crying Need

May 20, 2011

Comments Off on Sports Law: A Crying Need

“Sports in India are an extremely vast area and entail lots of legal issues, yet our laws related to sports are still not clear and transparent. For instance, India is hosting Commonwealth Games for the first time and legal issues related to infrastructure, sponsorship, licensing, doping, etc, are likely to confront us. The need of […]

Girl Child in Prostitution

May 16, 2011

6

Girl Child in Prostitution

(I) Introduction About one quarter of India’s population comprises of girl children up to the age of 19 years. However, they are discriminated socially, psychologically, economically and sexually. This gender discrimination is socially defined and continues from cradle to grave. One of India’s most striking characteristics is its material poverty. An estimated 40% of India’s […]

Why Prostitution should not be Legalized?

May 6, 2011

1

Why Prostitution should not be Legalized?

Immediately after becoming a republic one of the first things India did was to put its signatures on the International Convention for The Suppression of Immoral Traffic in Persons and Exploitation of Prostitution. Enactment of Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956, followed ratification of the convention. After more than half-a-century of enforcement of the penal law, […]

Emotional Atyachaar: A Legal Perspective

May 5, 2011

1

What legal remedy do you have if some one defames you on national television for cheating? What can you do to stop them from airing your “exploits”? While, the simple answer to all of this would be keep your desires in a bottle and be faithful. For those who cannot or will not, help but […]

Understanding the Menace of Dowry Deaths

May 5, 2011

5

Looking no less than a beautiful princess in her designer zari lehenga and heavy gold jewellery, she stepped on the stage decorated with flowers and lightings with the background of peacocks, to get married to her prince charming, but she never knew that she stepped on that stage only to enter into a hell wherein […]

Role of Lokayukta in Combating Corruption

April 26, 2011

Comments Off on Role of Lokayukta in Combating Corruption

Lokayukta investigates cases of corruption, where substantiated, recommend action. He is a great check on corruption, brings about transparency in the system, makes administrative machinery citizen friendly. His functions largely depend upon jurisdiction vested in him and facilities provided for taking cognizance of citizens’ grievances promptly, dexterously and expeditiously. Corruption is internationally recognized a major […]

“No Government wants Strong Judiciary”…………………..Don’t Blame Judiciary for…

April 19, 2011

5

The governments are under an obligation to provide an adequate machinery for justice, to appoint more judges and to give them better emoluments and facilities, to build more court houses, to enact better laws, to devise better dispute resolution procedures, and to administer more effectively and equitably, rather than to blame lawyers and judges for […]

Where to, with the Anti Graft Draft?

April 19, 2011

1

First things first, if you are looking for sections, subsections, codes and definitions regarding the anti-corruption law in a lingo that is strictly legal this is not the article for you, my friend. However, if you are looking for a witty insight regarding the whole Lokpal bill v. Jan Lokpal bill saga please feel free […]

Adequacy of Legal and Regulatory Framework to Combat Corruption in India

April 17, 2011

1

“Corruption is like diabetes can only be controlled but cannot totally be eliminated” -Anonymous The Problem of Definition Everyone knows what corruption is; but it is difficult to define it in exact terms. According to the Oxford English Dictionary,[1] the word ‘corrupt’ means “influenced by bribery, especially at the time of elections”. Encyclopedia Britanica[2]says a […]

 Contact Us | About | Be an Author at MightyLaws | Disclaimer | Privacy Policy

© 2010-2017 MightyLaws.in

Search

Join us on Facebook