In this article, Gayatri Virmani critically analyses the relevance and effectiveness of Article 47 (the intoxication of drinks). She highlights how the negative impacts of the ban on alcohol on national highways and in some states, Bihar in particular, outweigh the positive impacts, concluding that imposing a ban on alcohol is in direct violation of an individual’s right to life and liberty.
In this article, Professor Sudip Patra discusses the idea of number operators, borrowed from quantum field theory, and used in modelling financial market scenarios.
In this article, Mr. Ashit Kumar Srivastava compares the scenarios of democracy in America in the pre-twentieth century with the present day. Political democracy’s purpose was to ensure fairness and the equitable allocation of resources. However in practice, the downfalls of the modern day democracy has converted the welfare state into an oligarch institution working for few but levying burden on all.
In the following article, the author, Pritish Gupta, talks about how the use of blockchain technology can usher a visible change in the lives of citizens with more informed decisions & can promote a shift from quaint approach to complex problems to a more efficient one.
In this article Mr. Ankit Malhotra examines India and the United Kingdom who share a modern partnership bound by strong historical ties. Trade dialogue between superpowers inevitably takes time, but with the input and knowledge the relationship is set to make even more history.
This research of Aseem Mittal is based on the argument that how political malpractices destroyed the essence of sports particularly cricket. Match fixing and Spot fixing are some the malpractices in which either the players or the member of the central body that is BCCI in the case cricket get involved in these activities to earn money. Money is the sole reason why people enter into these malpractices.
Mr. Madhav Grover in this paper talks about what are the economic consequences of India’s reliance on only one time zone and what are the problems faced by the north-eastern states.
This is the first podcast of the Inter- Linked series. Herein Sagar Chourasia is in conversation with Ambassador Mohan Kumar. They discuss the new global
“There should not be rigidity in funds allocation in the health sector, it should be flexible to different policies within health, there should be an audit mechanism of funds and resources could be improved through cost-effectiveness”. Read on to know more…
Ms. Nidhi Chaudhary in the article argues that the stock market shouldn’t be taken as the barometer but just as as indicator of the Indian economy. The use of the term barometer creates confusion and thus should be avoided.
Through this article, Pallavi Mall aims to show the social significance that inheritance plays, however, inheritance remains deeply problematic since the concept of inheritance perpetuates inequality and the concentration of wealth.
In this interview by Ayushi Saraogi and Kaainat Pundir, Mr. Atul Sharma and Mr. Martin Harman, from Link Legal India Law Services, share their thoughts on arbitration and litigation practice, and share lessons from their years of prolific practice.