- Briefing Books
- 17 Jul 2014
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Towards the Rule of Law – 2014
Twenty-five legal reforms for India
Summary: This briefing book focusses on issues that ought to figure prominently on the agenda of a new government, in early stage of its mandate, with specific emphasis on the legal changes necessary to effectuate them.
This Report highlights 25 reforms that ought to figure prominently on the agenda of the new government, with specific emphasis on the legal changes necessary to effectuate them.
- Corporate Law and Financial Regulation
- Gender and Sexuality
- Insolvency and Bankruptcy
- Judicial Reforms
- Land and Property Rights
- Law and Technology
- Law, Finance and Development
- Legal Design and Regulation
- Urban Governance
- Centre for Applied Law and Technology Research (ALTR)
- Vidhi Bankruptcy Research Programme
About the Authors
The Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy is an independent think-tank doing legal research to make better laws and improve governance for the public good.
- Journal Articles
Demography, Democracy and Population Policies
Uttar Pradesh’s proposed bill to enforce a “two-child norm” tries to link state government jobs, local government positions and welfare to the two-child norm through a series of incentives and disincentives. With the communally tinged rhetoric around this bill gaining currency, it is necessary to revisit the Supreme Court’s controversial judgment in Javed v State of Haryana (2003) where such problematic provisions relating to panchayat elections were upheld.
- Submissions & Working Papers
Comments on the Proposed Amendments to the Consumer Protection (E-Commerce) Rules, 2020
Submission made to the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution.
Fiscal Federalism and Centrally Sponsored Schemes: Rethinking Article 282 of the ConstitutionPrivacy & Cookies Policy
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