Blog by Niti Manthan
Facilitating young minds towards holistic development.
We often come across the news where its said that the victim or his family has been compensated by the government of the occasion of some crime. Through this article the author tries to elaborate on the concept of victim compensation, its laws and schemes in India.
Albert Einstein has rightly said that “Education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think”, thus, the National Education Policy, 2020 is one step forward in that direction as it extensively focuses on vocational, experiential, and application-based learning which is the need of the hour.
This article offers an overview of India's political finance system, the laws governing it, the problems that exist and the effects of an inadequate regulatory structure.
September 24, 2020 became a day full of protests, dissent and contradictions, when our President Ram Nath Kovind, assented the long-debated farmers bills. It was termed as being a “black law” by our opposition. Grain states of India, Punjab and Haryana broke out to violent protest and resented on the Acts being “unconstitutional”.
The report of the webinar hosted on 6th September 2020 by the Niti Manthan Centre for Environmental Law, Research and Action. Recording of the same can be accessed at - https://youtu.be/IK6pO7OipKw
Decrease in Consultative Time and an Increase in Concerns blot the Draft Health Data Management Policy 2020
The launch of the National Digital Health Mission (NDHM) was publically announced on the 74th Independence Day i.e. 15th August 2020 by the Prime Minister. Now with the release of its draft for general public feedback for only a week's time, the draft is overshadowed with more concerns than the positives as promised by the 2019 blueprint of the National Digital Health.
In this article, an attempt has been to describe what is an arrest, what are provisions of arrest given in the Code of Criminal Procedure and what are the rights and remedies of an arrested person.