Day: November 17, 2015

Women Security and Legal Safeguards in India

By Digvijay Singh I am Chandrika I am Gayatri I am Fatima, Banu, Uma, I am Jayalakshmi, I am Saraswati I am ones of those faceless women who die every day in your morning newspapers And go on to become crime number in the Police Station And then a file […]

‘Essential Religious Functions Test’ – Judicial Transgression Or Social Justice?

Reigha Yangzom Introduction The Delhi Agricultural Cattle Preservation Act, 1994 imposes a total prohibition on the slaughter, sale or purchase, transport or export, possession and storage of beef in Delhi. This legislation was passed primarily due to the fact that the cow is considered to be holy by the Hindus. […]

RTA: A Stepping Stone Or A Stumbling Block In The Process Of Multilateral Trade Liberalization

Introduction The debate about whether regionalism is the “stepping stone or stumbling block” for multilateral trade liberalization was first brought up by Jagdish Bhagwati in his writings which have been referred to numerous times in this paper. He has been a staunch supporter of free trade and refers to RTAs […]

The Impact Of Foreign Direct Investment In The Retail Sector

Sankalp Shanker Srivastav Editor’s Note: India is witnessing strong growth prospects in organized retailing with foreign retail players willing to make investment in the sub continent. India, being the country with the second most-population, has immense scope for retail expansion as along with time, urbanization and consumerism has also been increasing. […]

Review Of The Doctrine Of Agency By Necessity

Sankalp Shanker Srivastava Introduction- The Principle The origin of the principle of the Doctrine of Agency of Necessity rests in the idea where an agent exceeds his authority by acting on behalf of the principal in an emergency situation. This occurs when one party, the agent, is faced with an […]