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Ayush Menon

Ayush Menon

The Right to Information Act in India

The journey of seeking information from the government was not easy in India. The functioning of the judiciary and legislative was transparent, the legislature shows it by the way of debate and judiciary by adopting the natural justice principle, giving both the parties a chance of hearing democratically. But Executive

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Case Analysis of Foss v. Harbottle

FACTS: In this case of Foss vs Harbottle, there were two shareholders Richard Foss and Edward Starkie Turton and there was a Director on the other side that was Harbottle in the Victoria Park Company. Foss and Turton are minority shareholders, Foss and Turton being minority shareholders filed a case

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Law on Population Control: A Pressing Need?

“A finite world can support only a finite population; therefore, population growth must eventually equal zero”. – Garrett Hardin. Introduction There are over 135 crore people in India and this fast-growing population is one of the barriers to its economic success. The existing population cannot be reduced, but the rate

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Disaster Management Act, 2005: An Overview

Intoduction The Disaster Management Act, 2005 was passed by both the Houses of Parliament, Rajya Sabha and Lok Sabha on the dates of 28th November 2005 and 12th December 2005 respectively. The earthquake and tsunami that struck the Indian Ocean in 2004 were a major catalyst for the passage of

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Pegasus Spyware: Law of Surveillance in India

Introduction : The right to privacy is in danger nowadays as technological advances are taking place. Any kind of surveillance on an individual unlawfully definitely breaches the right to privacy and confidentiality. The ongoing issue of Pegasus spyware is one of the electronic surveillance targeted on the public personalities. Pegasus

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Dudh Nath Pandey Vs. State of U.P

ABSTRACT: According to Duhaime’s Law, Plea of alibi is the defense to a criminal charge to the effect that the accused was elsewhere that at the scene of the alleged crime. The term ‘Alibi’ is a Latin term which implies ‘elsewhere’ or ‘somewhere else. Alibi is used as a defense

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National Security Laws in India

The Parliament of India has enacted various acts and legislations to uphold the security, sovereignty, and integrity of the nation. There have been various amendments to these acts, the latest being the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Amendment Act of 2019. We will now enlist and analyze the National Security laws in

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Digital Library Under Copyright Law

ABSTRACT The core of the IPR law aims to improve and rapidly progress for the benefit of society. It does so by balancing the moral and economic rights of the legal copyright owner while also allowing and enabling public access to creations. Thus, user rights are an important element of

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Exploring the Concept of the Dying Declaration 

Abstract- A judge’s duty is to discover the facts in a single deposition procedure that is part of the justice delivery system. In order to substantiate the narrative, the truth must be scrutinized, examined, and proof must be provided. A dying declaration is a statement made by a person who

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