“Surrogacy” in simple terms can be defined as a ‘process wherein childless
couples who are medically handicapped from having children through normal
means are enabled to have children/legal heirs through Assisted Reproduction
Technology by renting a womb of a woman referred to as a surrogate.’
To be successful personally or professionally, everyone needs to have a good strategy coupled with
execution. A good strategy helps in building sustainable competitive advantage by leveraging strengths and
opportunities which are emerging as well as overcoming weaknesses and gearing up to meet the threats.
Management can be learnt at B-schools, on cricket and football pitches, golf
courses, wedding preparations and well through music concerts too !
Two weeks ago, I attended a series of Carnatic Classical Music Concerts organized by a
A Visa is an endorsement made in the passport that allows the bearer to enter the
country issuing it. The Consular Passport and Visa Division (CPV) of the Ministry of
External Affairs is the authority responsible for issue of Indian Visa to foreign
WTO is the only international body dealing with the rules of trade between nations. At its heart
are the WTO agreements, negotiated and signed by the bulk of the world’s trading nations.
These documents provide the legal ground-rules for international commerce.
In the global village that we are operating in, professional services have undergone a
tremendous overhaul to the extent that even the legal professionals can establish
their practice as only transaction lawyers. With the world becoming flat and
During the quarter ended September, 2020, many companies who have listed their Non-Convertible
Debt on the stock exchanges have defaulted on their interest payments to their NCD holders. One of
them being an NBFC. The Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) with an intent to protect the
The Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Amendment Act, 2020 (the “Act”), has been notified by the
Ministry by Home Affairs on the 29th of September, 2020 to amend certain provisions of the Foreign
Contribution (Regulation) Amendment Act, 2010 (“FCRA”).
In 1842, the then Prime Minister of Britain, Mr William E. Gladstone had
rightly stated that “justice delayed is justice denied” and these words of
wisdom couldn’t be more appropriate in describing the current situation
of the Indian Judiciary.
The concept of mediation received legislative recognition in
India for the first time in the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.
The formal legality to mediation was given by the Indian
Parliament when it passed the Amendment Act of 1999