CPPR in the News

July 17, 2017

Experts seek legislative framework to address cases of commercial disputes; Sunday Guardian Live, July 16, 2017

By AREEBA FALAK | New Delhi | 16 July, 2017 While Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given impetus to making India’s commercial landscape attractive to foreign investors, people from various industries have highlighted the lack of infrastructure to address commercial disputes that […]
June 21, 2017

Assessment of Commercial Dispute Resolution in South India

The Indian dispute resolution arena is witnessing significant developments with the Central Government’s steadfast commitment to discouraging litigation and encouraging companies to take up alternate dispute resolution systems. In this context, CPPR with the support of the British Deputy High […]
May 25, 2017

Declogging Courts: Divert All That Can Be Diverted For Arbitration And Mediation

With around 30 million cases clogged across courts in India and delays accounting for an economic loss of 0.5 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) (State of Judiciary, Daksh India), the timely delivery of justice has become a […]
January 20, 2017

Commercial Dispute Resolution Workshop for Professionals at Bengaluru

The two-day workshop on ‘Commercial Dispute Resolution’ kick-starts today at 9 am in Utsav Hall, Hotel Le Meridien, Bengaluru. Dr Justice N Kumar (Former Judge, High Court of Karnataka) will inaugurate the event. Dominic McAllister, Deputy High Commissioner, British Deputy […]
November 21, 2016

Applications Invited for Paid Internship: To Study Labour Laws and Labour Reforms

Topic: To Study Labour Laws and Labour Reforms Duration: 2 months (Starting from 28 November 2016) Qualification: Law Students preferably 4th or 5th year Location: Kochi, Kerala Job Description: Assist in data collection and analysis Read and interpret data from various […]
October 7, 2013

Lyngdoh backs proportional representation, Deccan Chronicle

    Ex-CEC suggests proportional representation, Indian Express, 7th October 2013   Proportional representation of political parties will ensure fair representation of all groups and hence will uplift democratic principles, said J M Lyngdoh, former Chief Election Commissioner.   Delivering […]
October 7, 2013

J.M Lyngdoh delivers 4th CPPR Quarterly Lecture on “Decriminalisation of Indian Electoral System”

The CPPR 4th Quarterly Lecture Series was organized by Centre for Public Policy Research, supported by South Indian Bank on Friday, 4th of October at Grand Hotel, M.G. Road, Kochi. The keynote address on the topic “Decriminalisation of Indian Electoral […]
March 2, 2012

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

ADR mechanisms have been mooted as the remedy for the pendency of cases, in our courts. However, the existing ADR mechanisms like arbitration and conciliation are largely used for commercial purposes. It is also observed that these measures have delivered […]

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