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Mediation As An Appropriate Dispute Resolution

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The justice delivery system in India is known for the huge pendency of cases resulting in undue delay. And ‘justice delayed is justice denied’. The way forward to reduce the burden may be t...

Arbitration: Place, Venue and Law Applicable

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Arbitration is in simple terms a method of alternate dispute resolution by an impartial third person(s) who adjudicates upon the dispute between parties. It is basically to resolve disputes out...

Analysis of Public Policy with respect to The Indian Arbitration and Concilia...

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Justice Burroughs once described 'public policy' as an unruly horse; when once you get astride it you never know where it will carry you. The Indian position on 'public policy' as a ground for ...

An Insight into 2015 Amendment Act and 2018 Amendment Bill Arbitration and Co...

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Introduction to Arbitration & Conciliation (Amendment) Bill,2015 & 2018 In an attempt to make arbitration a preferred mode of settlement of commercial disputes and making India a hub of int...

Effect of Amendment Act of 2015 on Section 36, Arbitration and Conciliation Act

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The Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996 (Principal Act) was amended by way of the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015 (Amendment Act) with effect from 23 October, 2015. These am...

A Study on Ganga Rejuvenation Programme

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"without a role of action, the aim cannot be achieved"-Kovendhan's River Ganga is considered as our National River, but it was polluted more than other rivers. So, there was a need of cleaning...