Author: hariharan kumar

Education

By Anonymous Editor’s Note: Notes on Education from a sociological perspective. INTRODUCTION Primitive / ancient societies had no educational institutions. Children learnt what they needed to know by watching whatever was going on and helping wherever practical. Families, parents and siblings were the sources of learning for children. Schools appeared when […]

Ethnic Relations

By Anonymous Editor’s Note: Notes on Ethnicity, ethnic conflict in India, ethnic minorities and ethnocentricism. Ethnicity is largely understood as cultural heritage manifested through language, custom, tradition and based on religion, region and gender roles etc. of a particular group of people. Like race its nature is primarily classificatory, but while race […]

Emission Trading Scheme: A Brief Overview and Indian Perspective

By Abhishek Mohanty, WBNUJS Editor’s Note: The concern for controlling the level of pollution in the world has been growing steadily with the increasing urbanization and industrialization. This paper presents an overview of the Emissions Trading Scheme. This scheme become successfully in the early 80’s in America and this became even more successful when emissions trading […]

The Maintanence and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007

By Sunit Kumar Mondal, GNLU Editor’s Note: This paper presents an analysis to the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007. The legislation for the welfare of the Parents and Senior Citizens came into place with the development of the provisions of Article 41 with Entry 23 of the Concurrent List […]

Inherent Powers of the Court under the CPC

By Rishi Jain, Vasu Jain & Shaurya Singh Rathore, GNLU Editor’s Note:  Law has always been an essential element of society. It was there even when men were uncivilized and it is even today when we have entered into much-sophisticated world. The presence of law is made much known to us […]

Suits brought by or against Government or Public Officers

By Shrikanth Bhaskar, Vinay Narayan & Vinayak Ojha, GNLU Editor’s Note: Section 80 of the CPC provides for sending a notice to the government or a public officer if one wants to institute a suit against the government or against a public officer in respect of any act purporting to be […]