Technology has facilitated advances in speed, accessibility and connectivity which enable the dispensation of justice to take place in diverse settings and situations without compromising the core legal principles of adjudication. IN RE: GUIDELINES FOR
Commercial mediation in India emerged in 1996 when the Indian parliament amended the Civil Procedure Code (CPC) and introduced section 89. And, this empowered courts to direct settlement of disputes by mediation amongst other ways.
Owing to the nature of humans usually, conflicts and disputes are inevitable. Hence the need for the existence of dispute resolution mechanisms in order to prevent anarchy in society. Court litigation is the usual method
Daily or weekly, we frequently come across the news headlines regarding CBI. Its establishment is prominent and quintessential to our nation. CBI has made major contributions in solving some of the very big cases pertaining
Chapter VI of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 (IPC) relates to “offences against the State”. Sections 121-130 lays down what amounts to causing an offence against the State. Section 121 is titled “Waging, or attempting
Imagine, you have an important early morning meeting, and you are in your vehicle, office-bound. You are not late, but of course, your office does not open before nine. Thus, you are seated comfortably in
India has one of the fastest-growing social media presences in the world with users engaging with various social media platforms. Nonetheless, notwithstanding the platform, social media users may find themselves caught in the murkiness of
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