This newsletter links to recent media releases, reports, cases and laws relating to transport, shipping & logistics.
This newsletter links to recent media releases, reports and legislation relating to transport, shipping & logistics.
Links to recent media releases, reports and legislation relating to transport & logistics.
Links to media releases, practice & regulations & legislation relating to transport, shipping & logistics.
Links to media releases, publications, in practice & regulations, cases & laws relating to transport, shipping & logistics.
There is no absolute prohibition on insurance for a HVNL breach, but the enforceability of such policies is untested.
Discussion about the suggested policy options put forward as part of the current review of the HVNL.
Because of increased detection cameras, both fixed and mobile, more drivers are coming under notice for driving offences.
"Shipbreaking" is the practice by which oceangoing ships which reach their end of their working life are dismantled.
Crowe MacKay LLP
Passenger car retail sales in China, the world's biggest auto market, fell 80% in February because of the coronavirus epidemic, ...
Clyde & Co
The rapid spread of COVID-19, a novel coronavirus originating from the Chinese city of Wuhan, is causing significant disruption to a wide range of industries
Singhania & Partners LLP, Solicitors and Advocates
E-commerce companies have become very popular in India and the industry is growing at a good rate.
India has the fifth largest railway network in the world where the Ministry of Railways, Government of India (MOR) manages and operates trains on the Indian Railway (IR) network.
Metro rail projects provide mass transportation at affordable fares, as well as decongesting vehicular traffic.
Measuring over 5.8 million kilometres, the Indian road network encompasses the length and breadth of the country and includes national highways, expressways, state highways, district roads and village roads.
On March 24th, 20201, the Government of India initiated a nationwide lockdown for a period of 21 (twentyone) days, limiting movement of the general public as a preventive measure to contain the spread of COVID-19 pandemic in India.
This article traces how courts across India have interpreted some crucial concepts pertaining to Safe Harbour law in India.