Justice Lodha and BCCI
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE JUSTICE LODHA COMMITTEE IN LINE WITH JUDICIAL PRONOUNCEMENTS INTRODUCTION Given India’s young demographics, widespread public involvement and passion among the youths, India is a preferred hub for major sporting events , but the most popular and preferred among them is cricket.
Kedar Nath Singh V. State of Bihar – Case Comment
BENCH The case was unanimously decided by a constitutional bench constituting Hon’ble Mr. Justice Bhuvneshwar Prasad Sinha, Hon’ble Mr. Justice S.K. Das, Hon’ble Mr.
Migrant Labour Crisis in India
Migrant workers are those folks who travel within their country or from their own country to another in search of work. They don’t inhabit permanently at the place where they are labouring.
Restructuring and Servicing of Debts during Pandemic
Recently, the news headlines have highlighted how Indian Banks’ Association (IBA) is devising a specific restructuring proposal to be advanced to companies affected by economic fallout induced by the Covid-19 crisis.
Rights of Arrested Persons
With the incidents that have happened time and again, while an accused or arrested person is in police custody, it needs to be cleared that even accused or arrested persons have certain rights.
Securities and Competition Law
ABSTRACT:- The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices (MRTP) Act, 1969 was promulgated to uphold the socio-economic objectives enshrined in the Preamble and the Constitution of India.
Serving Justice To Victims Of Barbaric Acid Attack
INTRODUCTION Article 21 of the constitution of India, 1950 provides that no person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to the procedure established by Law.
Sports Law: Legal Concerns with the Introduction of Technology
The gaming and sports legal system in India is a relatively new and barely exploited legal field. Sports law is based on how the law generally interacts with sports activity.