ISSUE 2

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF WAVING INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION ON CORONAVIRUS VACCINES

Authors: Abhishek Gupta, Graduate, Alliance University, Bangalore.

Vaccinations are the best possible way to combat the global pandemic which has resulted in complete devastation all around the globe. Mass vaccination against the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-Cov-2) should be viewed as a global struggle in which no country, particularly low-income nations like Africa, can afford to fall behind.

SPORTS FOR DIVYANGJAN

Authors: Sachin Yadav, LL.M., National Law University, Delhi.

Pawan Kumar Yadav, LL.M., Faculty of Law, University of Delhi.

Sports has always been associated to fitness and as a career option, it has been restricted to abled person. Though with social inclusion emerging in every sphere of life these days, sports have also welcomed disabled persons for their representation via Paralympics game. In this growing world when everybody is running behind success and development, we tend to overlook other sections of the society which though being part of us and give their contribution to the society still being not recognised.

LAW OF DOMICILE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW

Authors:  Guriqbal Singh, Research Scholar, Punjabi University, Patiala.

Domicile is a crucial link in the chain of conflict of laws. It has a significant impact on taxation, marriage law, and property law, and may be quite helpful in the event of a controversy. Under various areas of law, it determines the contracting parties’ capacity to enter into a binding agreement. It is impossible to eradicate one’s place of origin. An individual can always fall back on the domicile of origin to cover any gaps left by a move away from a domicile of choice later down the road.

M&A TACTICS FOR CORPORATE RECOVERY IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Authors:  Shashank Shekhar Singh, Assistant Professor, School of Legal Studies, Sangam University, Bhilwara (Rajasthan).

Ayush Patria, 4th year, B.A. LL.B., School of Legal Studies, Sangam University, Bhilwara (Rajasthan).

As the Covid-19 pandemic intensifies and the number of positive reports and casualties rises, countries, throughout the world, are enforcing tight restrictions and social distancing regulations. As the wheels of economic expansion grind to a halt, the disaster has morphed into a financial slump, plunging the banking sector into an unprecedented recession. As a result of this, India’s economy has come to a stop.

MARITAL RAPE: A BLOT ON THE DIGNITY AND AUTONOMY OF A WOMAN

Author: Shailja, Student, LL.M, Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (Chhatisgarh).

Women have been prone to violence and abuse in almost every county. They need extra legal safeguards to protect them from violence and other such atrocities that are carried against them. In India, the domestic violence has been an entrenched problem and it has only been intensified in the recent years. We can consider marital rape as one such exemplification of this domestic violence. Marital rape can be explained as an act of having forceful sex with the spouse without her proper consent.

 

JUDICIAL ACTIVISM AND ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIONS

Author: Sahil Rao, LL.M. Student, LLM, MNLU (Aurangabad).

Administrative law in the modern world is the result of the fast-growing socio-economic functioning of the states and the increased influence of the government. It has become a necessity in the modern developed society.  It is so because the relationship that exists between the administrative authorities and the people is becoming complex day by day. Administrative law is the answer to the necessity of regulating them complex relations that exists between society and administrative bodies.

 

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF WOMEN IN INDIA, US, AND UK

Author: Shailja, Student, LL.M. Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur (Chhatisgarh).

Not just in India but around the globe, the struggle for women’s rights has been a long fight and one of the oldest ongoing struggles. Oppression against women has been omnipresent in all our societies for a long time. Our world has been a patriarchal society since its inception. Women are considered to be one of the most vulnerable sections of the society and hence are often subjected to abuse, violence or dominance

FAKE NEWS AND INTERNET

Author: Pooja M Mandotar, LL.M., Christ (Deemed To Be University), Bangalore.

In this Paper, I shall be focusing on one mode of propaganda called “Fake News” which has become a household issue and has gained attention in the journalistic as well as academic circles. The circulation of Fake News in the 21st century is not limited to the social media sphere but transcends to traditional media like Print and Broadcast.

BASE EROSION AND PROFIT SHIFTING IN CORPORATE LAW – HOW IT’S EFFECTED AND IT’S PART IN INDIA 

Author: Swagatha Daas, B.Com. LL.B., School of Law, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun.

TBEPS ought to at this point be a really recognizable abbreviation to the individuals who follow global assessment advancements. However, indeed it has a moderately short history. Accordingly, the OECD distributed its report, Addressing Base Erosion and Profit Shifting, in February 2013. The report noticed that in an inexorably interconnected world, public expense laws have not generally stayed up with worldwide organizations, smooth motion of capital and the ascent of the advanced economy, leaving holes that can be taken advantage of to create twofold non-tax collection.

THE LEGITIMACY OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN GLOBALIZED CORPORATE STATE OF AFFAIRS 

Author: Deepali Lalit Diddee, Contract Analyst, Conga, Chennai (Apptus Technologies).

The research paper talks about the relationship between human rights and corporations that are capacious. Many scholars have argued that the concept of corporate responsibility in international law is uncertain. The reason being every state has its own laws that govern various jurisdictions. So when it comes to international law it had been very problematic as to the consent of states attributing such responsibility. 

EUTHANASIA IN INDIA

Author: Saptadip Nandi Chowdhury; 1st Year, B.A. LL.B., Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, NMIMS University, Mumbai.

When an individual ends his life, it is referred to as “suicide” however when a person’s life is ended by others at the desire of the deceased, it is referred to as “euthanasia” or “mercy killing.” This study aims to explain what euthanasia is and how it can be used in three different situations involving a living individual since birth. Although, the main aim of both suicide and euthanasia is self-destruction, there is significant distinction between the two. 

APPLICABLE LAW FOR INTERNATIONAL SURROGACY AGREEMENT

Author: Debayan Samanta; B.Sc. LL.B., KIIT School of Law School, Bhubaneswar.

Surrogacy is not a fresh principle in the modern age of needing a child, but the method of surrogacy has been used since old period. The technique of the assisted reproduction is nevertheless restricted to the marriages that are infertile and not ready to get a child with no healthcare abnormality, but the fertility treatment is also actually practiced by everyone who wishes to get a kid. 

CRITICAL EVALUATION OF PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATIONS IN POLICY DECISION IN INDIA

Author: Kohelica Nag; 5th Year, B.A.LL.B., KIIT School of Law College, Bhubneshwar.

Public Interest litigation (PIL) holds a necessary position in the civil justice where it should obtain the goals which ought to infrequently be finished by traditional private litigation. PIL, for instance, provides a way to justice to deprived sections of society, gives an avenue to put into effect subtle or collective rights, and permits civil society to no longer solely unfold attention about human rights

MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE AMID COVID 19 WHOM TO BLAME

Author: Ankit Kumar; 3rd Year, B.B.A. LL.B., UPES Dehradun.

There is always a different bonding of trust between patients approaching a doctor that the doctor treats his or her medical problem. The relationship is completely a kind of bind trust of a person’s life. A doctor owes duties towards his patient and a breach of any duties which turned into negligent act by the doctor. The services of the doctors are covered under the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act, Indian Penal Code, Tort and Contract.

REAL ESTATE FRAUDS AND LAND GRABBING

Authors: Bhushan Yadav; 4th Year, B.B.A LL.B., MNLU Aurangabad.

Vaishnavi Kulkarni ; 4th Year, B.B.A LL.B.,  MNLUAurangabad.  

Sudhanshu Mishra; 4th Year, B.B.A LL.B., MNLU Aurangabad.

Isha Shukla; 5th Year, B.B.A LL.B.,  Bharti Vidyapeeth New Law College, Pune.

This paper is entirely based on the real estate frauds and land grabbing issues specially held in India. The paper also looks after the government perspective towards such frauds, and will also help in understanding these types of frauds beforehand; as such criteria have also been discussed and elaborated in order to create extra consciousness in the minds of people. Real estate scam is such which is not been addressed by many persons. 

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