The Right to Information Act, 2005 is considered to be one of the leading welfare oriented laws enacted after independence. The act provides for a modus operandi to acquire information from public authorities regarding the functioning of government. In this paper, the author has highlighted the various aspects of this act and its importance in the current political scenario.
By Harpreet Kaur, UILS, Chandigarh “Editor’s Note: With the constant evolution in information technology, the methodologies that are used to harness this information are also evolving. Mixed Methods Research is the product of such evolution. It is a relatively new kind of research methodology, whereby the benefits of both qualitative and […]
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 […]
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 […]