Blog by Niti Manthan
Facilitating young minds towards holistic development.
A third person is who comes forward under certain circumstances to protect the person or property of the borrower from the immediate action of the court in the proceedings of a recovery suit as a surety by offering his own properties as security can be made liable for the debt.
Consent forms the essence of the doctor-patient relationship and is a key feature of patient’s autonomy. The medical ethics requires this consent to be informed on the part of the patient and the medical consent forms are a manifestation of the same. The present article highlights the legal position of such forms in the context of Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
To cope up with the pandemic loss, the educational institutions opted for virtual teaching. The key challenge in this distance education is issue of copyright. This article analyzes the position of Indian law on the copyright related questions.
Does justice always mean to put the accused behind bars? Or does it also aim at reforming the offender and making him realize the consequences of his actions. Through this article the author tries to throw light on the similar concept of Restorative Justice.
This article highlights the advisory opinion of international court on use and legality of nuclear weapon as well as the threat of an existing one.
Education in each sense is one of the principal elements of development. No nation can accomplish manageable monetary improvement without considerable interest in human capital. Education advances individuals' comprehension of themselves and world. It improves the nature of their lives and prompts expansive social, monetary advantages to people and society.
The existing model of social security for the informal sector or informal economy is universal schemes based on the citizenship. The social security provided to workers are- protection and social assistance, health and maternity needs, life, old age. There is a mix of legislation backed and schemes made by both the central and state Government, welfare funds are made by them and Government assistance programmes.
The subject of empowerment of women has becoming a burning issue all over the world including India since last few decades. Many agencies of United Nations in their reports have emphasized that gender issue is to be given utmost priority. It is held that women now cannot be asked to wait for any more for equality.
An International Law Perspective," has concluded that unilateral sanctions violate various worldwide law responsibilities. It represents the sturdy discontent on unilateral sanctions from this part of the world. In the latest Iran-US sanctions case, ICJ has found prima facie jurisdiction over the US reimposition of sanctions against Iran. The courtroom has also indicated provisional measures in favor of Iran. This case, possibly the first of its kind, will put the act of coercive monetary sanctions to judicial scrutiny. Currently, within the benefit stage, this example could probably throw some mild on the modern practices of non-UN sanctions and their prison consequences underneath worldwide regulation.