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A case for dying with dignity

Ritu Bhandari Uncategorized Leave a Comment

On November 27, 1973, Aruna Shanbaug, a junior nurse at the King Edward Memorial Hospital in Mumbai was sodomised and brutally assaulted by a janitor working in the same hospital. The janitor choked Aruna with a dog chain as he carried out the sexual assault. Aruna’s brain was severely injured in the attack, leaving her in a partially conscious and …

The road to hell is paved with good intentions – Employment contracts and labour law

Akshita Manocha Uncategorized 1 Comment

The classical contract theory required the parties to decide the terms of contract themselves without any government intervention. It also required a perfect competition and free markets where rule of law ensures sanctity of contracts. Another presumption was that the parties will be equal i.e, they will have equal bargaining power. However, we don’t live in a perfect competition or …