Blog by Niti Manthan
Facilitating young minds towards holistic development.
The article deliberates on separation of power among three organs viz., legislature, executive and judiciary. It considers the instances where the organs ignore the separation of powers while performing their functions.
The conventional customs and rules of marriage are conferring power on men to exercise dominance over women. Further, the protection given by law to married men is cheery on top of the cake as they use the garb of marriage to commit the offence of rape. This article explores the same legal protection and its scope in India.
The article explores the growth and scope of legal process outsourcing in India. It further analysis the challenges it poses if implemented to its full potential. Lastly, it considers the American Bar Association rules for tackling some threats posed by the same.
The World Intellectual Property Organisation annually releases the Global Innovation Index ranking. India ranks 48 in the 2020 ranking. 1100 out of 1100 patents and 3500 out of 3500 trademark applications filed by Indian startups between April to October 2020 got rejected. Hence, the article explores the reforms that the educational system requires to promote and foster creativity and innovation in India.
Corporate Social Responsibility (‘CSR’) was first introduced in India on 29th August 2013 under Section 135 and Schedule VII of the Companies Act, 2013, which is now a new normal for Indian organizations. This article traces the development and amendments in CSR provision since the implementation of the same.
The article deals with an imperative question that is "are renewables sustainable but exclusive?" A Critical review on- Al Gore: The Case for Optimism on Climate Change (TED 2016).
The heart-wrenching events of the Hathras Gangrape case and last year’s Unnao rape case have inflicted series of concerning questions when it comes to rape laws in India. Through this article, the author tries to conduct a comparative analysis of the punishment of rape in India and other countries.
This Article aims at highlighting the importance of Risk Assessment and Mental Health Screening during bail sentence hearing.
India is facing the worst mental health crisis in a very long time. Within the pandemic itself the situation has worsened. With suicide rates increasing and the treatment of any individual with mental illness with hostility or belittlement mental health as a legal concept is more needed now than ever. This article looks at the Mental Healthcare Act of 2017 and analyses how much farther we are yet to go.