• Evalution of Center State Relation in India
    EVELOUTION OF CENTRE STATE RELATION IN INDIA INTRODUCTION During the British regime, India remind unitary in nature, even though Federal Concept was now and then sought to be introduced for administrative convenience. The seeds of federal idea can be traced back to the decent realization policy...
    Premium 1175 Words 5 Pages
  • Politicians, Police and Criminal Nexus
    take a bow from public life. Eventually, it is the enlightened citizens who possess the ultimate power in deciding the fate of this nation. POLITICIANS, POLICE AND CRIMINAL NEXUS: GREATEST THREAT TO THE RULE OF LAW IN INDIA Law is a system of rules, usually enforced through a...
    Premium 3128 Words 13 Pages
  • Important Committees and Their Heads
    . Nachiappan Committee : Reforms in the higher judiciary 33. Soli Sorabjee Committee : Police Reforms [it was constituted after the Judgement of the Supreme Court in Parkash Singh vs Union of India (2006)] 34. Fali S. Nariman Committee :- Accountability and damages with regard to destruction of public property...
    Premium 322 Words 2 Pages
  • Rape
    better consideration by the police and justice, rapes or sexual assault. No later than last week, still in India, we learn that three sisters, aged 6 to 11 years, were raped and murdered before being thrown into a well. It happened in a village in Bhandara district in the state of Maharashtra...
    Premium 1809 Words 8 Pages
  • Trafficking
    for varied purposes, such as, commercial sexual exploitation, domestic service, begging, child labour, public sports, etc. ← While conducting rescue operation(s), it should be ensured that the rescue team consists of both men and women police officers and representatives of non...
    Premium 6681 Words 27 Pages
  • Seperation of Powers
    have pecuniary interest or some interest by which their legal rights or liabilities are affected."In the case of People’s Union for Democratic Rights v. Union of India , it was held that “Public Interest Litigation which is a strategic arm of the legal aid movement and which is intended to bring...
    Premium 6895 Words 28 Pages
  • Stats
    ------------------------------------------------- Articles and Statistics: Every 40 seconds a life is lost through suicide(Worldwide as per WHO data). Suicide Rate (India 2006-07): General Population-11.5 % per lakh. Army-7.5 % per lakh. Mumbai: (As per Police stats) 3 lives lost per day due to...
    Premium 914 Words 4 Pages
  • Violence Aganist Women
    forwarded to it by the police. Yet the relations with the police are not very cordial because the cell functionaries keep a vigilant eye on the functioning of the police (often because of corruption) in cases of violence against women. Normally in such cases it is able to mount pressure on the local...
    Premium 4158 Words 17 Pages
  • Budget Analysis India
    relations, Inter-State relations, administration of Union Territories, Freedom Fighters’ pension, Human rights, Prison Reforms, Police Reforms, etc. Performance of Ministry of Home Affairs The internal security situation in India had improved over the last few years. Infiltration across borders has...
    Premium 3929 Words 16 Pages
  • Cbfc India
    ) | Website | cbfcindia.gov.in | The Central Board of Film Certification (often referred to as the Censor Board) is a statutory censorship and classification body under the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India. It is tasked with "regulating the public exhibition of films...
    Premium 974 Words 4 Pages
  • Nctc-an Analysis
    and political thinkers and jurists. For last three decades terrorists are playing important role in making and unmaking the international relations on the world scenario. These groups of terrorist are engaged in numerous kinds of acts which attract the attention of the public towards their causes...
    Premium 3820 Words 16 Pages
  • Crisis Management - Case Study
    . Barton (2001), Coombs (2007a), and Fearn –Banks (2001) have noted how a CMP saves time during a crisis by pre assigning tasks, pre- collecting some information, and serving as a reference source. Barton (2001) identifies the common members of the crisis team as a public relations, legal securities...
    Premium 6562 Words 27 Pages
  • Effect of Vedic Chanting (Homas, Yagyas, Meditation) on Crime Rate (Oct 2011)
    mentioned in the Annexure In addition to the data collected the public opinion was summed up to: i. During any festival where there are masses of people the Police security is increased; Inorder to avoid adverse conditions there are many rules set prior to any public event. This is helps the...
    Premium 1770 Words 8 Pages
  • Child Labuur in India
    underprivileged masses stricken by poverty, illiteracy and ignorance. The Supreme Court of India, pioneered the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) thereby throwing upon the portals of courts to the common man. Till 1960s and seventies, the concept of litigation in India was still in its rudimentary form...
    Premium 6519 Words 27 Pages
  • Labour Relation Approach
    Indian National Trade Union Congress and communist All India Trade Union Congress. During this period there was significant growth in the public sector employment and public sector unionism. The government played major role in deciding the labour relations at the work place. The second phase (mid...
    Premium 2893 Words 12 Pages
  • Saigontourist
    countries could conceivably experience military coups as civilian leaders falter but experience has shown that the generals, though initially welcomed to clean up the political system, quickly disappoint the public, leading to renewed calls for democracy. In India, the government’s main challenge...
    Premium 7355 Words 30 Pages
  • Eve Teasing
    trying to get eve, but fighting back for getting something we don’t deserve and something that we have not asked for. Eve teasing is a euphemism used in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan for public sexual harassment, street harassment or molestation of women by men, with Eve being a reference to the...
    Premium 6891 Words 28 Pages
  • Terrorist and Disruptive Activities
    certain responsibilities. India is wedded to the concept of rule of law. State power is divided amongst the three chief organs, the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary. The role and responsibility of each has been properly defined. It is the Government...
    Premium 9661 Words 39 Pages
  • E - Governance in India
    by government agencies of information technologies that have the ability to transform relations with citizens, businesses and the other arms of government.” It is “the public sector’s use of information and communication technologies with the aim of improving information and...
    Premium 4152 Words 17 Pages
  • managing without trade union
    Managing without Trade Union: The Future direction of Industrial Relations in India Introduction: A trade union is an organized group of workers. Its main purpose is to protect and advance the interest of its members. Trade Union representative and professionals provide benefits to...
    Premium 3050 Words 13 Pages