Covid-19 pandemic | Hard State action must be an option on the table
Even if disobeying government’s health directives is made a criminal offense, it is highly unlikely that people will behave the way they are expected to in such an hour of crisis. This could force the government to take very hard decisions.
NCLAT ruling on Tatas: A lesson on corporate governance retold!
Post judgment, once can safely assume that the issues at hand are largely procedural
Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 | Control over non-personal data a risky proposition
Giving ultimate access to the government with no statutory accountability will only muddy the waters
Policy | Why India's higher education sector fails to deliver
The problem is in how we have modelled our higher education system.
India needs a law on online defamation urgently
The law on defamation in India remains unchanged and as is the case with many other laws, this one too remains the same as enacted by the British while they themselves have changed their laws
SAT order on PwC a wake-up call for SEBI over jurisdiction
SAT ruling is a clear reminder that institutions here have still not been clearly defined with regard to their power.
Policy | Calling homebuyers financial creditors is plain wrong
Any allocation of preferential rights to homebuyers puts the rights of banks in peril
International insolvency in India has a long way to go
IBC may have had an enabling provision with respect to cross border bankruptcy, but more work needs to be done