India’s First International Arbitration Centre Opens in Mumbai

On Saturday, Devendra Fadnavis, the chief minister of Maharashtra inaugurated India’s first centre for international arbitration in Mumbai. Initially, MCIA( Mumbai  Centre For International Arbitration) will be located at Express Towers but there will be a bigger and more exclusive facility at Bandra Kurla Complex(BKC) as promised by Fadnavis.

Credit: lawtime
Credit: lawtime

MCIA will develop an ecosystem for the proposed International Financial Services Centre (IFSC) in Mumbai and apart from this, it will also attract Global Companies along with the Indian Businesses.

MCIA will be governed by a 17-member governing council. Fadnavis also emphasised on  the joint efforts made by Maharashtra and the Union Government  to put in place the policy mechanism and physical apparatus for “an efficient, transparent and credible dispute resolution system”.


Tejas Shows its first Appearance at Air Force Day Parade

Mirzya’ starts slow with initial days box office collection!

‘Sex and the City’ fame Sarah Jessica at the launch her of books

Kareena Kapoor’s going-to-be mom style files!

Ben Affleck clarified the rumours of his next movie NOT to be named as…

Ranveer Singh turned writer and rapper for song ‘Don’t hold back’

Ex-Prime Minister of Portuguese to be the New UN Chief


Taj Mahal to Get “MUD PACK THEORY”

Key Airports on High Alert

Hollywood Actor Ben Stiller Diagnosed for Prostate Cancer Before Two Years

Salman Khan Rehearsing for Some Song and Dance for ‘Tubelight’

Akshay Kumar Slams the Controversies over Surgical Strike Saying the Families…

Ajay Devgan boycotted the Idea of working with any Pakistani actor…

Thank you!
Stay tuned in for more updates.