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Rule of Law in India Part-2

December 19th, 2012

Rule of Law in India Part-I

Rule of law during emergency 1 INTRODUCTION In India during the period of national emergency, there was gross violation of fundamental right. The increased central authority over the states ended the bargaining federalism of the Nehru years, and the federal structure of the congress party disappeared as many ministers became New Delhi’s instruments and P.M […]

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Constitution of India

On 15 August 1947, India acquired its independence from Britain. The newly-appointed Constituent Assembly was given the task of drafting a constitution for India, and the greater part of this onerous responsibility fell upon the shoulders of B. R. Ambedkar, who was elected chairman of the drafting committee. There was much irony in this: as […]

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Draft for ‘ Legal Practitioners (Regulations and Maintenance of Standards in Professions, Protecting the Interest of Clients and Promoting the Rule of Law) Act, 2010

MOST IMMEDIATE   F.No.A-60011/70/2010-Admn.III (LA) Government of India Ministry of Law and Justice Department of Legal Affairs Admn.III (LA) Section ****   Sub:-  Draft for ‘ Legal Practitioners (Regulations and Maintenance of Standards in Professions, Protecting the Interest of Clients and Promoting  the Rule of Law) Act, 2010’ on the website – request for suggestions […]

December 2nd, 2012

Concepts of Concilation and Mediation and their Differences

by Justice M. Jagannadha Rao One of the questions constantly asked by many is as to what is meant by conciliation and mediation, whether they are the same and, if not, whether there are any differences?   Conciliation and Mediation Whether, in common parlance, there is some difference between conciliation and mediation or not, it […]

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