International Courts

International courts   Attached to the UNO              Provisional courts ICTY  – International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia was established in 1993 by […]

International Development Law Organization(NGO)

the rule of law is about safeguarding rights. The rule of law protects not only procedural rights through legal supremacy, certainty and due process, but also important substantive rights through an independent and impartial judiciary and laws consistent with international human rights standards. In many countries of the world, the rule of law operationalizes human rights through constitutional and legal protections, institutions for effective implementation and accountability, judicial and administrative remedies, and the legal empowerment of people to access justice and claim their rights.

U.S. Recognition of Indian Independence- 1947

The formal process that led to Indian independence began with a report that the British government issued on May 16, 1946, which recommended the formation of an interim government in India to devise a constitution as part of a process by which India would achieve independence from Great Britain. An Interim Government of India was formed on September 2, 1946, and this is the government with which the United States established diplomatic relations prior to formal Indian independence

Indian PM Modi’s opening remarks at 12th BRICS Summit-17/11/2020


Both credibility and effectiveness of global governance institutions are being questioned. The main reason for this is that these did not change with time. These are still rooted in the thinking and reality of a world which was seen 75 years ago. India believes that reforms are a must in the UN Security Council. We expect support from our BRICS partners in this matter. Apart from the UN, many other international institutions are also not functioning according to current realities. Institutions like WTO, IMF, WHO must also reform.


The Yellow List contains the current list of narcotic drugs under international control and additional relevant information. It has been prepared by the International Narcotics Control Board to assist Governments in completing the annual statistical reports on narcotic drugs (Form C), the quarterly statistics of imports and exports of narcotic drugs (Form A) and the estimates of annual requirements for narcotic drugs (Form B) as well as related questionnaires.