Day: January 2, 2015

Role of Intermediaries in a Securities Market

By Priyanshi Singh, HNLU Editor’s Note: Intermediaries occupy an indispensable and pivotal space in today’s capital market. While some trade dealings may involve only a single intermediary entity, more complex transactions comprise networks and chains of intermediaries at different levels. These market dynamics are further complicated by proprietary dealings by such […]

Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act, 2010

By Shivani Gupta, HNLU Raipur Editor’s Note: By using a miniscule of nuclear matter, the problem of immeasurable human needs for energy can be resolved. However since nuclear energy also has the inherent potential for catastrophic destruction, one should be extremely mindful of the consequences should a mischance occur. Bearing […]

Case Briefs

By Vivek Singh, Institute of Law, Nirma University Editor’s Note: Case Briefs on Chellamma v. KSEB, D.P. Choudhary v. Kumari Manjulata and M.C. Mehta v. Union of India. 1. CHELLAMMA v. K.S.E.B Facts Sivaraman was walking on the road in the morning and when he reached near a transformer he saw Abdul […]

Wal-Mart de Mexico- The Sham and The Corrupt

By Nabarun Ray, GNLU EDITORS NOTE: Eduardo Castro-Wright was the former Vice Chairman and CEO of the Wal-mart’s Global E-Commerce and Global Sourcing businesses; he retired on July 1, 2012. Castro-Wright previously served as the CEO and President of Wal-Mart Stores USA, the United States division of the world’s third largest […]

‘The Old Man and the Sea’ and ‘Heart of Darkness’: Objective and Relation with Law

By Pravesh Aggarwal, RGNUL Editor’s Note: This paper discusses the novels ‘Heart of Darkness’ and ‘Old Man and the Sea’ and its relation with the law. In Heart of  Darkness, author Joseph Conrad discusses colonialism and imperialism in depth. The intersection between literature and law can be seen in the novel. The […]