Corporate Law articles

Planning Commission to NITI Aayog Making strategies for transforming India

The NITI Aayog, established in 2015, is one of Indian democracy’s youngest institutions. It has been entrusted with the mandate of re-imagining the development agenda by dismantling old-style central planning. ...

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India, emerging as super economic power

India’s economic advancement in the past 70 years is one of the most fascinating success stories. Faced with multiple woes, ranging from near absence of infrastructure to almost everything needed for economic enhancement, India’s odyssey towards economic independence was dotted with challenges. It was the determination of our founding...

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Digital Em‘Power’ment: Delivering on ‘RTI’- Right to a Transformed India

Every government comes to power with the promise of serving the people and making their country a better place to live in. When this promise is broken, by inefficiencies and corruption, peoples trust in their leadership is shaken, and they demand answers....

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Television and Radio are Changing India

Shivaji Sarkar The radio and television are change agents for India. The radio when started in late 1920s was a surprise. Its access, broadcast and listening, was limited but still it made waves. It won the hearts as Calcutta (Kolkata) Radio station broadcast an early dawn music programme of Mahishasurmardini, chanting of the Devisapatsha...

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Robust Statistical systems – A Tool for Good Governance

The role of Statistics in formulation, monitoring and evaluation of developmental policies needs no emphasis. Statistics is also required for improving transparency and accountability in the implementation of policies through better understanding and control on delivery of public services....

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Succession planning – Life moves with Trust

Reflecting on ownership or leadership succession provokes an extreme emotional reaction for business and asset owners, as this is a reminder of age and mortality, which innately clouds the human mind with fear, feeling of loss of control or influence. A stress free mind calls for a simple and robust succession plan to protect the assets a...

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Responsibilities of Co-Promoter & unregistered real estate agent under RERA

This article discusses in details Responsibilities of Co-Promoter & unregistered real estate agent under RERA (Real Estate Regulation and Development Act, 2016) and penalties on him....

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Journey of Television Revolution

Little over two decades after the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) began the first television service of the world in 1936, Television was introduced in India on September 15, 1959 in Delhi. It was with the help of UNESCO that it all started. ...

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Indian Diaspora: A unique global asset

When Saddam Hussein’s Iraqi forces invaded Kuwait in 1990, Mathunny Mathews better known as Toyota Sunny stepped in as ‘Messiah Mathews’. Sunny’s immense contribution played a crucial role of saving 1,70,000 Indians from the Kuwait war in 488 flights....

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Concept of Senior Living and Care

Demographic pattern and the changing social norms make it mandatory for us in India to look at the issue of old age more clearly. Unlike in the West, in India, it is the family that is responsible for taking care of the elders in their old age....

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