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Ill-Treatment of the Elderly Entitles Them to Take Their Property Back

Elders are the backbone of the family, from where the life originates. Bombay High Court recently came up with a judgement in favour of elders and old age persons in the family. It ensured the greedy children do not...

Powerful Artificial Intelligence but Inadequate Laws

Artificial Intelligence, simply defined, is the imitation of the human intellect or human behaviour. The emergence of Artificial Intelligence in our day to day life has become more pronounced. The question that arises is, whether our Patent laws are...

Monopolising Products Under the Trademark Act

Trademarks are not monopolies; they are logos or brand names that identify the producers in the marketplace. They increase competition in the market and help in giving better recognition to the company as compared to other companies in the...

The Legal Framework Behind Lockdown

On Tuesday, 24th March 2020, the Government of India under Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared a country-wide complete lockdown till 14th April 2020, to combat the Covid-19 pandemic. It all started with the Janata curfew which was observed throughout...

UAPA – State’s Machinery to Criminalize Dissent

The amendments in the anti-terror law have given the union arbitrary power to curb freedom and infringe the rights of the citizen. The Constitution Sixteenth (Amendment) Act, 1963, which amended clauses 2, 3, and 4 of Article 19 of the...

Today’s Digital World and Cyber Crime Law

With the biggest ever hacking in history, from Twitter high profile accounts to suspicion on Facebook or Instagram for collection of personal data and removing of various roast videos by YouTube, the need of a robust Cyber mechanism and...

SEBI’s Advisory On Disclosure Of Impact of the Pandemic

Background The Government of India announced the national lockdown on March 25, 2020. Businesses have come to a standstill due to which the economy has incurred unprecedented losses. In such difficult times, the role of Government, as well as sectoral...

COVID-19 Impacts the Fashion Industry, Surges Need for Season’s Freshest Trends- Ethics and Sustainability

Utilise the Pandemic as a tool to build a better, more ethical fashion industry. “If there is a green lining, it may be that we jointly have an opportunity to reset the (fashion) business”- Eva Kruse, CEO, Global Fashion Agenda. Introduction The...

Honour Killing In the Times of COVID-19: Increase In Caste-Based Violence in India

In India, caste-based violence has increased over the years, and honour killing is one of them. Marriage is the purest form of union between a man and a woman, tied with the rope of love and affection. However, in...

The Alarming Increase in Child Pornography in India During Lockdown

India has been in tight lockdown since 23rd march to fight the COVID 19 pandemic. Since then, both children and adults are spending more time on the internet. Shocking and alarming data came to notice. It showed there had...

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Kerala High Court Issues Conditional Bail in Demolition of Church Replica Case

The Kerala H.C. ruled that S.153A of I.P.C. cannot be attracted where there is a mere incitement of one...
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An Overview of the Changes to be Introduced by the Consumer Protection Act, 2019

The first consumer protection legislation Consumer Protection Act, 1986 (‘old act’) was introduced with the primary objective of protecting consumer rights. However, with the...

Disparagement of Trademark, Products and Disparaging Advertisement 

Disparagement means “criticising someone in a wrong way” Disparagement is “to speak of slightingly, undervalue, to bring discredit or dishonour upon, the act of...

Political Prisoners and COVID‘s Double-Edged Sword for Those Awaiting Trial

The COVID pandemic has delayed judicial proceedings on one end. On the other end, it poses serious health risks for those kept in overcrowded...

Supreme Court Dismisses Appeals Against Termination of Over 8000 Teachers

The Supreme Court dismissed a series of petitions by teachers against the termination of their services. The Bench held that when the very employment...