Arbitrator’s Fees: Delhi State Industrial Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd. v. Bawana Infra Development(P) Ltd. (Delhi HC)

Arbitration is considered as a means to liberalize India’s legal market.[1]The the objective behind the major amendment from Arbitration Act of 1940 was to make it approachable. The aim was to comprehensively cover international, commercial and domestic arbitration as well.[2]Through… Continue Reading

Efforts towards Videography to improve Criminal Justice System in India

In the earlier post here, we discussed how the Apex Court has taken stance over the video recording of the court proceedings as well as the use of cameras in the Police stations. Does Indian Evidence Act, read with Information… Continue Reading

Summary of Triple Talaq case

The practice of ‘talaq-e-biddat’ can be traced to the second century, after the advent of Islam. It is recognized only by a few Sunni schools. Most prominently, by the Hanafi sect of Sunni Muslims. The practice is still widely prevalent… Continue Reading

Evolving Concept of ‘Mental Cruelty’ as a ground for Divorce under Hindu Law

“Parties to a marriage to a marriage tying the nuptial knot are supposed to bring about the union of souls. It creates a new relationship of love, affection, care and concern between the husband and wife. According to Hindu Vedic… Continue Reading