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Since I am a student of Law at Kings University, UK I find......A good legal system leads to good governance. However, Indian laws have failed to meet its desired objectives. The reason behind this is that Indian laws have become outdated. With modernization, there comes many challenges and problems and the laws that are in India, are inefficient to meet the challenges. The laws that are inforce in India was enacted even before India's Independence. How can these laws meet d new challenges dat India is facing & more over how can justice be done on the basis of these outdated laws?Wat r ur vws

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Asked by Farhaan, 24 Dec '12 12:35 pm
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Law implementation is very lax not the paucity of law
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 24 Dec '12 12:40 pm

 
  
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Not only framing law is enough, the implementing agencies are derelict.
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 24 Dec '12 12:39 pm

 
  
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I agree India laws needs to be modernized .
Answered by anantharaman, 24 Dec '12 12:38 pm

 
  
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1. I dont agree fully wth U.
2. Domestic Violence Act 2005 is giving very good results.
3. Right of Children for Free & Compulsory Education 2009 has started giving results.
4. Maintenance & Welfare of Parents & Sr. Citizens' Act 2008 is helping many parents .
5. Indecent Representation of Women ( Prohibition) Act 1986 , Information Technology Act, Inherit Rules for Illegitimate Child, Protection of Children from Sexual Offense Bill 2011etc r good examples of Laws whch r quite modern & helpful.
6. H'ever, implementation of Laws r not very good in India.
7. But , one thing I want to point out to U that what are the Laws in UK r hardly applicable to India as I found whn I studied PM & IR at Oxford & realised, wht I learnt for Industrial Relations Problem are not applicable here in India .
Answered by Sameer Bhagat, 24 Dec '12 01:08 pm

 
  
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1. I dont agree fully wth U.
2. Domestic Violence Act 2005 is giving very good results.
3. Right of Children for Free & Compulsory Education 2009 has started giving results.
4. Maintenance & Welfare of Parents & Sr. Citizens' Act 2008 is helping many parents .
5. Indecent Representation of Women ( Prohibition) Act 1986 , Information Technology Act, Inherit Rules for Illegitimate Child, Protection of Children from Sexual Offense Bill 2011etc r good examples of Laws whch r quite modern & helpful.
6. H'ever, implementation of Laws r not very good in India.
7. But , one thing I want to point out to U that what are the Laws in UK r hardly applicable to India as I found whn I studied PM & IR at Oxford & realised, wht I learnt for Industrial Relations Problem are not applicable here in India .
Answered by nitin ray, 24 Dec '12 12:51 pm

 
  
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