According to Global Manufacturing Comparative Index, history of manufacturing sector of India has been low in comparison to other countries like China, USA, Germany, Japan etc. Currently India is at 11th position while back in 2013 India held 4th position. In 2013-2014 India’s GDP growth had increased to 4.9% from 4.5% in 2012-2013 while manufacturing… Continue reading Make in India – A Boost to India’s Manufacturing Sector
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of 69th Independence Day of India announced the Startup India initiative. After a period of approximately five months i.e. on 16th January, the historic Startup Action Plan (hereinafter referred to as the plan) of the same was unveiled. Prima facie it is well understood by the readers that since the… Continue reading Startup India – An Overview
In India, parents have from time immemorial preferred having a boy over a girl child. This practice is a result of a patriarchal society which considers a male to be economically advantaged and women being considered as a mere “burden”. This male child preference has led to an ever increasing practice of aborting female foetus… Continue reading Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao
Startup India campaign began on 16th January 2016 in Delhi where PM Narendra Modi acknowledged that Indians have ideas and capability, and to implement their business ideas, Start- Up India campaign was launched. His objective and vision of Start-Up India programme comprised the need to feed the ideas of hard working youth to persuade them… Continue reading Start Up India – India’s Entrepreneurship Movement
“Where more then 80 percent of the citizens have already been brought under the codified personal law there is no justification whatsoever to keep in abeyance, any more, the introduction of the ‘uniform civil code’ for all the citizens in the territory of India.” – Justice Kuldip Singh in Sarla Mudgal v. Union of India1… Continue reading The Uniform Civil Code and the Succession Laws: Analyzing the Adversely Distinctive Elements from the Prism of Judicial Opinions
Abrogation of Article 370 has been a controversial topic for debate which has been surfaced time and again as a political weapon. This was one of the main issue raised by the BJP during the 16th Lok Sabha Elections. The reason behind this being in controversy is that, this provision provides for a Special Autonomous… Continue reading When the Special Status is no more Special!
The Constitution under Part XXI, relating to Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions entails Article 370 which grants a special autonomous position to the state of Jammu and Kashmir which forms part of the ‘territory of India’ as defined in Article 1 of the Constitution, being the fifteenth State included in the First Schedule of the… Continue reading Article 370: A Standstill Agreement?
India is a vast country with 1.28 billion people, spread over 3270000 sq. kms. It has 22 official languages and other 1527 unofficial languages, which is a very unique thing. The country inhibits people from various religions out of which, there are 7 major religions and 4 of them, took birth in the country itself.… Continue reading Need of Uniform Civil Code for Unification of India
The Uniform Civil Code is one of the directive principles of state policy contained in he Constitution of India. It directs the state “to endeavour to secure for the citizens a uniform civil code throughout the territory of India”. It created controversy since its inception. The multiplicity of diverse religions caused alrming situations. The apex… Continue reading Uniform Civil Code – A Fanciful Legislation
The Directive Principle of State policy gives us Article 44 –The Uniform Civil Code which states “The State shall endeavour to secure for the citizens a uniform civil code throughout the territory of India”. The Directive Principles are mere guidelines to states and are not enforceable in courts of law if they are not fulfilled… Continue reading Uniform Civil Code: Questioning India’s Definition Of Secularism