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Approaching the von Neumann Bottleneck: Neuromorphic Computing & beyond

“There are one trillion synapses in a cubic centimeter of the brain. If there is such a thing as General AI, it would probably require one trillion synapses.” -Dr. Geoffrey Hinton Digital computing in no less measure has come to compose...

Is India Truly Following the Footsteps of Mahatma Gandhi?

On October 2, 2020, it was the 151st birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. India couldn’t celebrate it due to many reasons. The reasons which might upset the Father of the Nation, as India was not what he dreamed it...

Legal Implications of Telemedicine in India During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Telemedicine is the effective method by which patients are remotely treated and diagnosed through the telecommunications technology furthering the accessibility of such services to the public. According to WHO (World Health Organisation), through a peer review of various definitions,...

Will Delhi Choke Again due to Stubble Burning?

Masks have been part of people living in Delhi-NCR for a long time now. Before COVID-19, there was air pollution for them. As soon as October starts, the mercury starts dropping in the National Capital Region (NCR). A white...

What will be the New Trend in Corporate Law after the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2020?

The Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2020 was introduced in the Lok Sabha in light of the difficulties faced by companies due to the pandemic crisis. The Bill looks to amend various provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 and even adds...

The Concept of Default Bail during the COVID-19 Crisis

The generic principle of criminal law is that "a person is innocent until proven guilty." In matters of personal liberty, the Courts cannot and should not be too technical and must lean in favour of personal liberty. From the filing...

How is India’s Age-Old Criminal Justice System Failing Rape Victims

The increasing drop at conviction rates in cases of rape & other sexual violence against women brings all us to question the age-old Criminal Justice System ("CJS") of India. The Decline in Conviction Rates According to the reports of the National...

Explained: Labour Reform Bills, 2020

The parliament of India has passed three labour reform bills by voice vote amid opposition's disapproval namely: 1) Code on Occupational Safety, Health and working conditions; 2) Industrial Relations Code, and 3) Social Security Code. The labour ministry had drafted 4...

Supreme Court Ruling on the Registration of Lease Deed and its Impact Post COVID-19

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the existing ‘rent/lease deed’ agreements have assumed greater importance for both landlords and tenants. COVID-19 and the lockdown have extreme implications for businesses across the globe and is impacting contractual relationships. In the light of...

COVID-19: Trade Credit Insurance During Quarantined Trade

Background Over the years, a multitude of changes in the economy has increased the need for trade credit and enhanced the scope for the credit insurance sector, manifold. Particularly, Micro, Small, Medium enterprises have started largely relying on this model...
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Political Parties and the Affair of Symbols

Introduction A political party is a group of people with the same ideology, intention, and agenda who try to hold power through...
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Punjab Woman Evokes Petition for Protection Fearing Honour Killing

In the case of Divya Mattu and another vs State of Punjab and others, the petitioner, Divya, fearing honour killing against her by her...

Punjab Woman Accuses Punjab Police of Keeping Husband in Illegal Custody and Framing Him in a False Case

In the case of Geeta v the State of Punjab, the petitioner evoked a writ petition of habeas corpus as she claimed that her...

Addition of Words as Prefixes or Suffixes Is an Infringement of a Registered Trademark: Delhi High Court

Justice Jayanth Nath allowed the Times Group to use its registered trademark “Newshour”, in the case of Bennett Coleman and Co. Ltd v. ARG Outlier...

Just Because the Deceased Did Not Have License, Does Not Imply He Was Negligent: Chhattisgarh High Court

In the case of Hemlal & Others v. Dayaram & Others, a Single Bench of Chhattisgarh High Court consisting of Justice Sanjay S. Agrawal annunciated various...