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Farm Bills and Their Impact on Jammu & Kashmir

The much talked about monsoon session of the Parliament culminated recently but not without controversies, sloganeering, and demonstrations. Apart from various other bills that saw the light of the day, the three key farm bills namely Farmers' Produce Trade...

Looking Back on Article 3 During Changing Regulations in the Mining Sector

After the extension of the Jammu & Kashmir Reorganization Act, 2019 which abrogated Article 370 of the Constitution of India, a lot of speculations were made on the fate of J&K, whereas the current regime at Center saw the...

Stirring the embers of ‘Make in India’: Amendment of the Public Procurement Order, 2017

"Come make in India. Sell anywhere but Make in India"! An initiative by PM, Narendra Modi to increase investment and product manufacturing, got a boost by the recent amendment of the Public Procurement (Preference to Make in India) Order,...

Boosting the Start-Up Ecosystem and Importance of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)

The COVID-19 pandemic has put the economies around the world to a standstill, Indian economy has been derailed due to the nationwide lockdown which has lead to disruption of the supply chain. Governments around the world have come with...

‘Coronil’ Trademark Case: What is the ‘Fracas’ all About?

Recently, a trademark legal dispute ensued between two companies for a showdown before the Hon’ble Madras High Court. The suit was filed by  M/s. Arudra Engineering Private Limited, subsequently, amended to M/s. Arudra Engineers Private Limited, Chennai (“Plaintiff”), is...

Emergent Effect of New Consumer Protection Act 2019 on ‘E-Commerce’ Business

Introduction ‘E-commerce’ or ‘Electronic Commerce’ in general parlance deals with the buying & selling of goods, products, and services using the internet or internet-based mediums or online transactions. Over the years, the E-Commerce industry or business has established a very...

Encounters and the Law Around: Fake Encounter Concluded

Suddenly a little known small village called Amshipora in south Kashmir with a population of just 1700 inhabitants has taken a center stage in the local news. This after an encounter with the security forces in which three suspected...

‘Jiski Lathi, Uski Bhains’: An Analysis from the Perspective of Social Distancing Norms in COVID-19

For those of us living in India right now, every day there's a new set of rules and regulations and law handed down from Centre and State governments as they aim to stop the spread of coronavirus. Borders have...

A Legal Insight Into the Lives of the Women of Jammu and Kashmir

Divorce, Dignity, Maintenance and Empowerment Anyone who seeks remedy under Law anticipates an effective and speedy redressal of grievances. To cater to this hope, the Legislature often endeavours to design special laws, procedures and adjudicatory fora for speedy adjudication of...

Self Reliant Kashmir, Legally

The Law which abrogated a Law to introduce a new Law is itself under Judicial Scrutiny and is presently the subject matter of WP(C) 1099 of 2019 before the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, but in the absence of any decree...
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The Federation’s International Public Speaking Summit 2021, Register By 31st December, 2020

About the Organisation The Federation is a one-of-a-kind organization based in India, founded in June 2016 by Mr. Varun Jain. Our organisational setup comprises of...

Kerala High Court Rejects Writ Petition for Rejection of Loan Application

Case: Anvardeen. K v. Union of India. Coram: Justice P.V. Asha On 24th November 2020, The Kerala High Court involving a single bench judge of the...

Supreme Court: Maritime Board Must Not Wallow in Inaction and Be Arbitrary in Its Contractual Duties

A Division Bench of the Supreme Court held that a State instrumentality such as the Maritime Board is expected to act without any arbitrariness...

Supreme Court: Right to Property Is a Constitutional Right, the Essence of Rule of Law Protects It

A Division Bench of the Supreme Court has held that permitting the State to assert indefinite right upon one’s property, without any legal sanction...