NITI Aayog & the Unpredictable Human Mind| Vishal Sinha

As more and more policies are being adopted by our welfare State, there is a compelling need to choose all weapons from the regulatory-economics artillery to surge efficiency in the multitudinous situations Indian policy making has to deal with. In lieu of the same, there needs to be a detailed policy, mandate and structure of the nudge unit established in the NITI Aayog. Continue reading NITI Aayog & the Unpredictable Human Mind| Vishal Sinha

Exaggerating the recent turn of events: How close are we to reality? | Shreshtha Mishra

With Brexit, the victory of Donald Trump, the return of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Uttar Pradesh (UP) after 14 years and now with Yogi Adityanath being announced as the Chief Minister (CM) of UP, everything as we know it, is changing. Continue reading Exaggerating the recent turn of events: How close are we to reality? | Shreshtha Mishra

IMAX v. E-City: A reminder of the enduring effects of the BALCO Case | Shivansh Jolly

On 10 March 2017, the Supreme Court of India delivered a judgment in the case of IMAX Corporation v. E-City Entertainment (I) Pvt. Ltd. (‘IMAX’) which dealt with concerns arising out of the much criticized Bhatia International v. Bulk Trading SA, (2002) 4 SCC 105 (‘Bhatia’) and the Venture Global Engineering v. Satyam Computer Services Ltd, (2008) 4 SCC 190 (‘Venture Global’) cases. Continue reading IMAX v. E-City: A reminder of the enduring effects of the BALCO Case | Shivansh Jolly