Parliament Paralysis in India: Why aren’t we talking about it?

“Baith Jaiye, Baith Jaiye” This phrase was famous during the tenure of the UPA government and belonged to the then Speaker of Lok Sabha, Mrs. Meira Kumar. The ‘sweetness’ (if only it were strictness) with which she ran the proceedings and handled the lower house of the Parliament which contained 543 members elected by the […]

Legal Analysis: Cloud Computing Technology in India

Cloud computing is a growing trend in India. Cloud computing relies on sharing computing resources rather than having local servers or personal devices to handle programs. In cloud computing the word ‘cloud’ is used for ‘Internet’ and therefore, the word cloud computing means an Internet-based computing, where services such as servers, application, and storage are […]

For the power sector, whether UDAY turned out to be a success or failure?

Reasonably priced, reliable and sustainable power supply is critical for economic growth. With a vision of 24*7 Power for all and to bring reform in the power sector especially state power distribution companies (DISCOMS), Central Government launched UDAY (Ujwal Discom Assurance Yojna), an optional scheme to join, in November 2015. To help loss-making discoms turn […]

New Drone Policy: Regulation of Drone Technology in India

Prominence of drones had gained momentum with its usage in capturing images from war zones, collecting intel for security agencies to videography at weddings and cricket matches. It is easily available at shops and over the internet. Even though its sale is legal, flying drone without permission is illegal in India. In order to fly […]

Aarushi Murder Case: Why Police Investigation in India is inefficient?

One of the India’s biggest murder mystery Aarushi- Hemraj murder case, where 14-year-old Aarushi Talwar was murdered on 15 May 2008, sustaining injuries on her forehead and throat was slit with surgical precision.[1] Two days later, the prime suspect, Hemraj Banjade, their domestic help, was found dead on the terrace. The day on which Aarushi’s […]

Understanding the problem of malnutrition in India

India is the world’s highest demographic of children suffering from malnutrition.  According to the report of UNICEF, around one million children under the age of five die due to malnutrition every year. Today, India sees a serious situation concerning the health of people; where every second woman in India is anemic, every third child is […]

Cracking the glass ceiling in corporate sector: Evaluating the role of women directors

Source: Business Today Role and importance of the Board of directors: The Board of Directors of a company is a body elected by the shareholders, responsible for running of the company, collectively responsible for making policies for good governance, supposed to act in the best interests of the Company and stakeholders. By mandating certain disclosures […]

How is new RERA act regulating the real estate industry in India?

The real estate sector is considered to be the backbone of the Indian economy, as it largely contributes to its growth. But despite its major influence, it has always been disorganised, inefficient and lacked transparency, which has to a degree diminished stakeholder confidence in real estate. To address this, change in legislation as well as […]

India’s transport sector needs a transformation

India’s transport network is one of the most extensive in the world. The share of the transport sector in overall infrastructure investments has increased from 2 percent of GDP during 1995-99 to an average of 2.6 percent of GDP between 2007 and 2011. At the same time, accessibility and connectivity are limited. Only 20 percent […]