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Unraveling the myth of meritocracy-who really gets what they deserve?

This article explores the meaning of meritocracy, the attractive features and the dangers that have been attached to this concept. It aimed to develop a deeper understanding of contemporary aspects of....

Author: Khushi Mishra   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Students)

Related Party Transactions: Aspects of Good Governance

A related-party transaction is a deal or arrangement between two parties who are joined by a preexisting business relationship or common interest.With Related Party Transactions there arises an immine....

Author: Soniya Dodeja and Risha Roy   |  Subject: Corporate - Company/Partnership |  (Articles by Students)

Critical analysis of the statement: Handcuffs provide the best possible deterrent. The only effective sanction in Competition Law is imprisonment

Criminal sanctions under competition law can be traced all the way back to the enactment of the Sherman Act in 1890 in the United States [US]. In fact, Canada`s, criminal antitrust law has existed eve....

Author: Riya Popat   |  Subject: International Law |  (Articles by Students)

Right to be Forgotten: A Weapon to Fight the Perfect Memory of the Internet

The ability of others to forgive and forget one's mistakes is essential for the growth and development of a human being since humans live in a community where reputation is an integral facet of human ....

Author: Manmeet Kaur Sareen and Kanika Kalra   |  Subject: Constitution |  (Articles by Students)

Interstate Water Dispute and its Constitutional Framework

This research article explores the idea behind the framing of a special tribunal for the adjudication of water disputes. It begins with an overview of the concept behind the framing of article 262 and....

Author: Rajeev Dadhich   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Students)

Critical analysis of the statement: Handcuffs provide the best possible deterrent. The only effective sanction in Competition Law is imprisonment

Criminal sanctions under competition law can be traced all the way back to the enactment of the Sherman Act in 1890 in the United States [US]. In fact, Canada`s, criminal antitrust law has existed eve....

Author: Riya Popat   |  Subject: Competition / Antitrust |  (Articles by Students)

THEORETICAL & PRACTICAL ISSUES AROUND IMPLEMENTING PRE-INCORPORATION CONTRACTS

The term pre-incorporation contracts, as the name suggests has its greatest nexus with the law relating to contractual obligations and therefore derives the basic principles from the same but under th....

Author: Priyanshu Gupta And Rashul Bhawnani   |  Subject: Contract |  (Articles by Students)

Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property Law

Endeavors to make human life comfortable have resulted in the birth of ‘Artificial Intelligence’. In this era of advanced technology, Artificial Intelligence has gained popularity. Along with being a ....

Author: Anwesa Mohanty   |  Subject: Intellectual Property Rights |  (Articles by Students)

JUDICIAL CONUNDRUM REGARDING TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY

Termination of Pregnancy is an issue which covers within its ambit every aspect including societal values, law, morality, State interest and the Fundamental Rights. Law is dynamic in nature and with c....

Author: Akshay Sharma And Lavanya Pathak   |  Subject: Law of Medicine |  (Articles by Students)

RULE OF LAW v. RULE OF MEN: AN ANALYSIS OF PARLIAMENTARY SOVEREIGNTY VIS-A-VIS ARTICLE 21

The rule of Law acknowledges that the state is governed by law not by men (either elected representative or monarch). The article takes an account of the concept of rule of law and its foundation by G....

Author: Tanuj Agarwal   |  Subject: Constitution |  (Articles by Students)
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