The Essential Commodities Act, 1955

The Essential Commodities Act is an act of Parliament of India which was established to ensure the delivery of certain commodities or products, the supply of which if obstructed owing to hoarding or black marketing would affect the normal life of the people. This includes foodstuff, drug, fuel (petroleum products) etc. The ECA was enacted… Read More »

New Volunteer

Mr. Tsering Choephel who has completed BA.LLB from JSS Law College, Mysore and further pursued LL.M (Master in Comparative law) from the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi has joined Tibetan Legal Association office as a new volunteer. He has specialized international law on various subjects including human rights and humanitarian law, refugee law, air… Read More »

Meets CEELI delegates

IFES (International Foundation For Electoral System) has organized a Judiciary assessment of the Tibetan Supreme Justice Commission which has  done by a team from The CEELI Institute. They are Christopher Lehmann, Executive Director, The CEELI Institute, Prague. Ms. Christie Skeels Warren, Professor of International and Comparative Law and Director of the Center for Comparative Legal Studies, William… Read More »

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