Wednesday, February 16, 2011

IIM Essay :2: Judicial Activism in India

Judicial activism is the concept according to which judges are allowed to have their personal opinion about public policies. Judicial activism is the instrument which can be used to make vacuum between judiciary and executive branch of government small. Judicial activism may comprise:
1. Overturning law as unconstitutional.
2. Overturning a judicial precedent.
3. Ruling against a chosen interpretation of constitutional rule.
Judicial activism prospers in India through PIL i.e. Public Interest Litigation. According to PIL concept anyone can file case on behalf of aggrieved group or aggrieved person. This is contrary to simple case filing where a person files a case when some bame happen with him/her. Some recent issues where Judiciary recently acted are:
1. SC suggested/ordered government to distribute grain under public distribution policy to the poor instead of letting it rot inside godowns.
2. SC ordered government to Delhi to not demolish the night shelters made for homeless people.
3. Recent brawl of appointment of CVC PC Thomas.
The concept of dynamic participation of judiciary incurs faith of common man in this benevolent authority to replace corrupt legislature and bureaucracy. But there are some negative aspects of this participation:
1. Overburdening of courts.
2. It may stains the system of democracy according to which democratic government is based on the each organ of government respecting the power of other.

For the benefit of common Indian judicial, legislative and executive branches must work together in consent.

Monday, February 14, 2011

IIM Essay topic: Legalizing doping in sports in modern times

 Use of performance enhancing drugs in sports is termed as doping. Medical laws discourages usage of such drugs for performance enhancing. Many of such drugs are medically proven remedies like AAA e.i.  Anabolic steroids, which are given to broken bones patients for early recovery.
History of consumption of such drugs is quite old but their consumption increased bully during 20th century. On the ground of ethics, uprightness and medical records in 1976, International Olympic Committee first time made them part of prohibited substance list.
But many athletes take these drugs for the purpose of winning the competition and getting the fame.It is always a human tendency to not satisfy with what they have naturally. But when it comes to competing, integrity says everyone should be given a flat ground to run. How can we justify consumption of steroids like Methylhexanamine or Benzedrine in sports where all players deserve equal opportunity. In most of the countries athletes are aware enough now a days about doping and a good athlete never give his or her body in the  evil spirit of doping.But in conclusding note,I want to say it is not only the responsibility of athletes but also of their coaches and managements to ensure this type of inequity does not happen
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P.P.S.:First hand on writing small essays. Need suggestions.

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