Issue: December 2017
  Consumer Protection in India: Genesis and Recent Developments by Shri D P S Verma
  The author opines that the Government of India has taken a number of steps for the protection of consumers’ interest, but there is still a long road ahead to ensure effective consumer justice
  Keeping Pace with Technological Dynamics by Shri Sitaram Dixit
  In this article, the author has said that understanding consumer worries and expectations about the digital medium and striving to find ways to build trust is by itself a big challenge for policy makers
  Justice Delivery for low Income Consumers by Shri BC Gupta
  The author opines that it is high time for Administrative and Judicial Authorities / Institutions involved in the task of consumer
  Consumer Inclusion in Financial Services by Shri G Sundaram
  He opines that there should be appropriate controls and insurance mechanisms to protect consumer assets, including deposits
EDITORIAL
 
Consumer is King

 

When one buys a product the first thing one check is the price tag. Is it within my budget- is the only query one asks oneself most often. Very rarely do we bother to check other things like durability, expiry date etc. This is where consumer awareness begins. There are various ways in which the consumer gets exploited by the trader giving incomplete or wrong information, by weighing less, by charging more or by gi...

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Consumer Protection: Sine Qua Non for Good Governance by Shri Avinash K Srivastava "

The lead article has given an overview on Consumer Protection Act and its effective, efficient and fair implementation. ...

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