India is geographically the seventh largest country in the world and the second most populous country
In recent decades, India has emerged as one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
India is a federal republic with its legal system modelled on the English common law. The primary source of law is the Constitution of India which enables the Union Parliament and State Legislatures to enact legislation. The other significant source of law is judgments delivered by Courts.
The Indian judicial system has the Supreme Court situated in New Delhi as its fountainhead, with High Courts in each State and district and sessions courts in the judicial districts of the States. Specialized statutory tribunals/ forums and arbitral authorities have also been set up to fast-track litigation, mostly economic litigation.
The USP of India is its young populace, a large pool of skilled manpower, democratic polity, independent judiciary, a free press, and an institutional framework based on the rule of law.
Not only is India a significant trading partner and an attractive investment destination, a growing number of Indian companies are investing abroad. So it is not surprising that India is now a defining economic force that is rapidly influencing world economy.